I rarely go to the theaters, but I made an exception this past weekend to watch Detective Pikachu since I was interested in seeing a live action Pokemon movie. My regular readers will know that I am a huge opponent of Hollywood and their attempts at social engineering. What surprised at the theaters that day was seeing the trailer to some romance movie… staring an Asian Male and a Black Female couple! Wow I was surprised and began to research more.
On one hand it is interesting for them to put an Asian American male lead, yet from initial glances, my initial subconcious impression was that he was either mixed or part Latino. From researching the cast, it seems the role of “Daniel Bae” went to a hapa Korean/white guy – Charles Melton
Interesting things/scenes to note from watching the movie –
The push for Asians to apologize to blacks for “racism”
The continual push to present Asian American Men as hyper rational who need a “formula” for love
Supposedly they have a kiss scene that is serious…
Positioned as a Young Adult Novel – I would probably expect more Blasians (Black/Asian Hapas) in the future. Why? It is because the globalist elites have decided to destroy our genetic legacy and family histories through inter marriage. If we look at the OkCupid online dating statistics from 2012 – we can see the matrix of racial attractiveness to different races. For most men, your base line is at your racial benchmark. The interesting thing to note is that Asian Men and Black Women are rated the least attractive among all couples. To remedy this, of course the social engineers would attempt to combine these two groups together. I mean, why not – you might get kids like Tiger Woods, Neo, Kyler Murray, or Hines Ward. It is like combining the intelligence of Asians with the emotional intensity and strength of blacks.
With the plot out of the way, I feel like the movie is geared towards black women as the main audience, rather than Asian Men. My reason being that they chose a hapa, which my brain did not initially did not associate with being Asian. Second of all, this movie seems to be pandering towards the vulnerable black women who seek stability in an Asian partner as shown in the movie. We have the strange juxtaposition of a star high school student interviewing to Yale, and a poor Jamaican girl about to get deported. In contrast to other Hollywood movies, where the nerdy guy gets the hot girl, in this case, it is the confused black girl finding a stable partner that doesn’t knock her up, turn her into a single mom, and end up in prison. This is the sad reality of America where approx. 70% of all black children grow up in single mother homes. The alternative presented in this movie offers a better alternative which the director hope to create. I can expect a rise in AMBF couples if this movie gets popular. As the great Oscar Wilde said: “Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life“
The People Behind the Movie:
Nicola Yoon – The Author
I had initially thought she was a super liberal Asian American gal attempting to kiss up to Jewish media, but my research shows she is a black Jamaican woman who married a Korean American guy. In her words, the novel is an artistic representation of her life which she wrote mainly to her blasian daughter. I respect that she wrote this book to give her future child guidance of how to navigate the world. I recommend my readers to do something similar, to work on something for their own legacy in the world.
Ry Russo-Young – The Director
Above is a direct quote from the director of this movie. As part of my research, I always look at the directors and analyze how they perceive the world. For a daughter of Jewish Lesbians by artificial insemination, it doesn’t take much to guess what kind of environment she grew up in. As an ardent feminist, in her movie portrayal, she may unconsciously push for the black female narrative over the Asian Male POV.
If thinking about the power dynamics behind Hollywood. I can see how this film lays the framework for future projects. By building up a customer base of viewers that are very receptive to Asian Male actors, it gives more room to pursue other movies. The risk factor of using an Asian American lead goes down if the black female viewership can be counted on to show up in theaters and support the film revenue. In this scenario, I can see the long term strategy to slowly start at the bottom of the totem pole with Asian women (Crazy Rich Asians), black women (The Sun is Also a Star), then with Latinas(???) , then with white women(???). Since women are more social butterflies then men, the mere competition of other women is a strong incentive to push females to be more receptive to Asian men.
The Strong Asian Editorial Board gives this book/movie a 6/10 for the bravery to create a movie with an Asian Male lead, with the majority of points taken off being a subtle Hollywood psy-op to dilute the Asian genetic pool with blacks in order to be less competitive against the Ashkenazi Jewish establishment. Though, I do give them credit for at least moving in the right direction and instead will view this as a stepping stone video to slowly guide the viewer base to make things more palpable in the future.