June 10, 2017
We don’t usually mourn celebrity deaths here on the Daily Stormer.
In fact, we regularly celebrate them, because the modern concept of celebrity is in itself disgusting.
However, this is different.
Adam West — an actor defined and also constrained by his role in the 1960s series “Batman” — died Friday night in Los Angeles. He was 88. A rep said that he died after a short battle with leukemia.
“Our dad always saw himself as The Bright Knight, and aspired to make a positive impact on his fans’ lives. He was and always will be our hero,” his family said in a statement.
With its “Wham! Pow!” onscreen exclamations, flamboyant villains and cheeky tone, “Batman” became a surprise hit with its premiere on ABC in 1966, a virtual symbol of ’60s kitsch. Yet West’s portrayal of the superhero and his alter ego, Bruce Wayne, ultimately made it hard for him to get other roles, and while he continued to work throughout his career, options remained limited because of his association with the character.
Asked by Variety what the character of Batman has come to mean to him over five decades, West said: “Money. Some years ago I made an agreement with Batman. There was a time when Batman really kept me from getting some pretty good roles, and I was asked to do what I figured were important features. However, Batman was there, and very few people would take a chance on me walking on to the screen. And they’d be taking people away from the story. So I decided that since so many people love Batman, I might as well love it too. Why not? So I began to reengage myself with Batman. And I saw the comedy. I saw the love people had for it, and I just embraced it.”
That is actually sort of philosophical.
And good advice.
Taking life too seriously is a serious problem for a lot of people.
Though I’m not concerned about making money, I would say something similar about my own role as “Neo-Nazi White Supremacist.”
There is some part of me that would prefer to be taken seriously as a serious writer and thinker, who has a deep and serious concern about the direction of Western civilization, however, trying to fight against the label of “Neo-Nazi White Supremacist” when it is so much more fun to simply embrace that would be absurd.
Long time readers may remember that I used to try and fight the media portrayal of me as some sort of backward redneck who just hates everyone for the color of their skin, tried to explain that all we want is separation and self-determination and blah blah blah. Everyone knows the line.
I cannot tell you how personally liberating it was when a Jewish reporter asked me how I identified politically and for the first time I replied “Neo-Nazi White Supremacist” the first time.
The Jewish reporter paused for a long time and finally said “um, okay, ah…”
“Better to reign in Neo-Nazi White Supremacy than serve in Cuckoldry.” -Andrew Anglin
My response was not printed and instead I was referred to by his publication, which I think was TIME or Newsweek, as a “far-right activist.”
He knew what I was doing – owning slurs is an Alinskite technique. Most of the media still doesn’t get it, but he knew, talking to me on the phone, that I was using his own language against him, and so refused to print it.
So, I mean, my decision to do this had more to do with psychological warfare than resigning myself to something I’d been trapped in and then finding the fun and meaning in it as West felt he was doing, but there is a bit of an interesting parallel there.
But the West lesson about making the best of the hand you are dealt is a good lesson.
I remember seeing West speak at several comic book conventions as a kid, sitting in the Batmobile at an even he appeared at, and meeting him at least once, maybe twice.
There were a whole lot worse ways a man could have spent his life than bringing happiness and fun to people’s lives.
Rest in peace, Batman.
Or should I say… Bruce Wayne?
Life is very difficult these days. Things are often very heavy.
And I would actually recommend, even if you are an adult, watching the original Batman show.
It is great to show to kids too, if you’re having trouble finding materials that you think are okay to show to your kids (we noted earlier today that Disney films are filled with strippers and hookers and subliminal sex messages – Batman is not).
Here’s some adult who doesn’t even really seem all that weird talking about how he still loves the show.
Batman and Robin are Not Gay Together in the Original Series
Also, I just want to say here, there was never anything pederastic about the Batman-Robin relationship. The concept of a boy sidekick was just there to help kids identify with a character. Later, when comics became serious, they had to come up with explanations as to why an adult would bring a child out to fight criminals who were trying to kill him. The Jewish answer, of course, was homoeroticism.
The concept of the pederast Batman was introduced in the film “Batman and Robin” made by the Jew Joel Schumacker, who has been accused of being a pederast himself. It has been speculated that he is one of the Jews who is being talked about when Corey Feldman and Elijah Wood (and others) talk about “big names” in Hollywood being pederasts or pedophiles.
None of the people who come out saying this is an endemic problem in Hollywood will name names, presumably because they are either scared for their lives (which might be somewhat unreasonable, I dunno – seems a bit unreasonable), or more likely, because they’ve been told by lawyers if they do name a name they will likely be sued and lose. However, Jewish X-Men director Bryan Singer has actually been repeatedly charged with drugging and raping teenage boys.
A lot, a lot, a lot of powerful people are definitely involved in various forms of sexual perversion. We talked about this recently with Dennis Hastert, who is once more being accused of boy-rape.
Jews are simply natural perverts, but they surround themselves with goy with mental problems that make them blackmailable.
This is one thing that Alex Jones and David Icke have both talked about forever that they ended up being totally vindicated on.
Here is Alex talking to Icke about it during a 48 hour “moneybomb” marathon from a couple of years ago (btw I’m thinking of doing a moneybomb, I can’t really do 48 hours because I have to work…unless I worked during it… which maybe is a good plan).
Still waiting on the chemtrails and reptilians though.