Search? Click Here
Join the BUGS Team! Post on the internet along with us to fight White Genocide!

Mantra Thinking on Alfred Hitchcock

Posted by Bob on August 28th, 2013 under Coaching Session


I read a couple of books about Alfred Hitchcock, and you may be interested in some of the conclusions a Mantra Thinking, and no one else, would deduce from it.

Hitchcock directed when the Hayes Commission and the Legion of Decency had the power to keep movies out of theaters.

In dealing with this for more than forty years,  men far less intelligent than Hitchcock, were prepared for facing the censors.   With each movie, Hitchcock had a conference with the Hayes Commission, Legion of Decency spokesmen, and so forth, a regular round.

He put in scenes that barely offended the censors, then, at the inevitable meeting with them, he traded.  He bargained to remove one borderline offense if the censors allowed him to get away with another.

That much is in the biographies.

The biographies mention that Hitchcock regularly put Communists into his movies as the villains.  They don’t say so, but he was the ONLY Hollywood big timer who did.

I don’t think was a matter of principle.   I see clearly that it was a bargaining chip.

The fact that nobody in Hollywood objected to this habit of Hitchcock’s is a dead giveaway to a Mantra Thinker, and to no one else.

Each time, as in “The Man Who Knew Too Much,” the censors took any reference to Communists as villains out.   The biographers never think about this:  If Hitchcock put in Communists  and let the censors take them out, what did he get to leave IN in return?

THAT is the reason he kept putting Communists in and nobody in Hollywood called him that dreaded name, “anti-Communist.”   To a Mantra Thinker it stands out like horns on a pigeon.

Image Hosted by

“Torn Curtain” was the only movie Hitchcock made where Communists were the villains.    It had to, since it was about stealing a formula invented in East Germany.

As a side comment, let me state that no Western agent ever stole a single invention or formula, military, scientific or industrial, from the Communists.   Communists invent nothing.

Now back to Mantra Thinking.   What did “Hitch” trade  in THAT movie?

Absolutely no one else would notice this.

The American agent would hold out the prospect to a person trapped behind the Iron Curtain of going to AMERICA.   Never once was the prospect of getting OUT of a country surrounded by “shoot to kill” borders ever mentioned.

The only thing better than being in their Communist homeland was going specifically to AMERICA.   I suspect that Hitch stuck in some references to getting OUT, and traded them in for points.                                                         

Even respectable conservatives NEVER mentioned the universal prison walls around Communist countries.

That was worth POINTS, and I’m damned well sure Hitch got them.

  1. #1 by Epiphany on 08/29/2013 - 5:59 am

    Notice: the U.S. Media hardly ever mentions the Communists anymore!

You must be logged in to post a comment.