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Amerika: The Mini-Series, Part 1 of 13

This is going to be fun! I found this piece of gold from 1987, a series of 14 TV programs describing what would have happened during a Soviet occuption of the US. I’m going to watch every episode and write what I see. You’ll note that this series was made during the last decade which “celebrated” whiteness, the 1980s.

Also, I wish to begin by expressing my support for the whites in Russia, the Slavic Union and the ethnopatriots there – I support the white race and the Soviet Union. This isn’t going to be some typical fear mongering of the USSR, when our real enemy is the 30 million illegal Mexicans and our own 40 million Africans. Russia is the greatest white nation today and is probably the best hope for the Aryan race.

This is part 1 and costs 53 minutes of your time:


Women are the weaker vessel. Damned if the prettiest girls don’t find some Russian sugar daddy to shack up with. Yes, they may dislike the arrangement but they do it none the same. Oh yes, and an ex-wife narcs on her husband, getting him sent to a re-education camp.

There is a great little subplot forming. The father is in a camp. The mother is a traitor whore. She wants to keep him away from her sons. One son is a mama’s boy, another has his father in him.

That’s it for now. More to follow.

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  1. September 10, 2012 at 3:31 pm

    Good find, Ryu. That’s a very interesting classroom scene at 45:00, as that is actually taught in schools now.

    • Ryu
      September 12, 2012 at 2:58 am

      Thanks! It’s alright but runs a bit long. I watched all 13 episodes on a tear.

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