Hollywood Hypes Minorities to Dispossess Majority

henrymakow.com — Jan 5, 2017

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Movie “Hidden Figures” ticks two Illuminati Jewish boxes. It promotes women and blacks at the same time. I welcome legitimate  minority stories. I do mind when they are part of a hate-filled, racist program of anti-white social engineering.
Even minority women are sick of it. This tip was sent by A.W., a Muslim woman who wrote:
“Anyway, I felt suspicious about all the hype/attention the movie was getting and wondered about the validity of its claims. Well, I did a little digging and found this great article with VERY strong evidence refuting the claims made in the book/movie.
After reading the article and some of the comments below, I am convinced that this movie is just the latest effort by Hollywood to push its anti-white, pro-minority propaganda. I myself am a non-white Arab female who is sick of this b.s.”

by Paul Kersey — Hyped Figures- Unsung Black Women Were Not What Got Us to the Moon

(Abridged by henrymakow.com)

John Glenn’s passing at the age of 95 is just another reminder that the era of infinite possibility is sadly passing away.  Glenn, a Marine fighter pilot in WWII and Korea, was the first man to orbit the earth in 1962. And with Glenn’s death goes the possibility of refuting one of the stranger tales born in the Current Year and poised to become the definitive story of the Mercury and Apollo missions: the Christmas Day-scheduled movie Hidden Figures’ “untold true story” that black women were the real force behind America’s space exploration.
In the book on which the movie is based, Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race, by Margot Lee Shetterly, Glenn is quoted as having said this of Katherine Johnson, the black female brain allegedly behind NASA’s greatest glories.
“Get the girl to check the numbers,” said the astronaut. If she says the numbers are good, he told them, I’m ready to go.”
Glenn was supposedly asking for one more check before his flight into space–a review of the orbital trajectory generated by the IBM 7090 computer.
With Glenn’s death, we will never know if this conversation ever took place. But it is part of an insistent revisionist history of NASA [National Aeronautics and Space Administration], which was in fact almost entirely staffed by whites until the Apollo program was shuttered in the early 1970s.

 

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