We have seen the future, and it sucks.

Uncle Walt Thought Song of the South Would Be His Masterpiece. Now It’s Invisible.

6th January 2013

Read it.

There are copies available but kiddie porn involving small furry animals is easier to find.

The film’s live-action depictions of Uncle Remus and his fellow smilin’, Massah-servin’ black folk are embarrassingly racist.

Only to the SWPL crowd who see racism under every bush. The same people who will fall all over themselves praising Eisenstein’s Alexander Nevsky will run away screaming with White Liberal Guilt when face with a film that is far less bigoted and tendentious. I suppose the next targets will be A Day At The Races and Mississippi, all from the same period.

If you were born after 1980, you’ve almost certainly never seen it in full, and it’s unlikely that will change anytime soon.

Yet another sad truth about modern America.

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