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Why I Enjoy the...White Nationalist Christmas
Network Known as The Hallmark Channel

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Posted By: drive, 12/6/2019 7:41:03 AM

Okay, I admit that I’m not all that conservative when it comes to entertainment. And by that, I mean I enjoy films with tons of nudity, gratuitous violence, gore, dismemberment, and mutilation. Horror films are some of my favorites. "Braveheart" is a must-see every year. I’ve tried to get into "Game of Thrones." I can’t, though they do know how to knock off its characters in a bloody and brutal fashion. The point is that after months of watching films with brutal violence, Hallmark is a place to get into the Christmas spirit. Okay, that’s a bit of a lie. I watch "Die Hard" every Christmas

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Count me in. Watching a Christmas movie curled up on couch, drinking hot choclate and .eating christmas cookies my guilty pleasure every year.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Rather Read 12/6/2019 7:47:29 AM (No. 254211)
I don't have Hallmark so I don't get this, but I do love me a good Christmas movie. I watch The Christmas Chronicles with Kurt Russell on Netflix, and then my go to Christmas movies: A Christmas Carol, Home Alone, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, It's a Wonderful Life and of course, Die Hard.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: pros7767 12/6/2019 7:57:48 AM (No. 254220)
Hallmark is my go-to all year long to get away from the insanity of the left. Cheesy with predictable plots but they always have happy endings. They promote morals, family values, God and everything good about human nature. No wonder the Libs hate it. #1, I would also suggest that you add "The Family Man" to your list if you can find it. It's a great movie about what would happen if he had made a different choice in his past and is very cute.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: MNluxiegal 12/6/2019 8:07:31 AM (No. 254228)
White nationalist? Not so fast, buster. Actually, I have noticed there is a distinct uptick in multiracial roles in these movies the past few years. This year there have been several which have nearly entirely black casts with black couples. The stories are similar, however, and always have a good ending with a moral message. I enjoy seeing the variations in the casts of these holiday movies.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: JrSample 12/6/2019 8:07:41 AM (No. 254229)
Oh yes, where would we be if we did not have these enlightened, annointed liberals to act as our collective conscience and direct us as to what we are supposed to watch and enjoy. According to them "It's a Wonderful Life" must be racist, homophobic propaganda since it lacks any mention of Ramadan or Kwanza, medical marijuana, drag shows, pride parades, queer theory, and does not contain bodily-function humor, gratuitous sexual references, or the F-word repeated in every other sentence of dialogue. I guess Frank Capra wasn't enough of a visionary genius for them since he could not have predicted their santimonious easily-offended cancel-culture.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: PChristopher 12/6/2019 8:24:47 AM (No. 254245)
There's nothing like one or two good white nationalist Christmas movies to lift my spirits during the season. Commucrats, on the other hand, would probably love "Pleasantville" (1998), which stars Tobey Maguire. In a nutshell, it's about a kid (Maguire) who is given the gift of living for real in his favorite TV Show called "Pleasantville"....a sort of Father Knows Best parody. He and his sister find Pleasantville too mundane and set about reshaping it to their standards. Some people see it as a movie about awakening, I see it as a movie about people sticking their noses where they didn't belong and messing up a system of living with which people were happy. They love doing that....can't stand people being happy....very presumptuous.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Strike3 12/6/2019 8:43:04 AM (No. 254265)
It looks like Hallmark has become a primary target since Chik-fil-A has been revealed as a member of the dark side. Out of the sea of current forced diversity programs and commercials, very few of them come off as realistic. The politically incorrect Last Man Standing pulls off the black neighbor in a white neighborhood successfully because the characters don't pretend to share common lives, they just happen to live on the same street and the testy relationship is very well done. It's the only regular program I watch, along with reruns of Big Bang Theory which is also skillfully irreverent. Nearly everything else is forced and artificial, like most liberal fantasies.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Yuban 12/6/2019 8:48:48 AM (No. 254279)
We prefer Pure Flix but Hallmark is good as well.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: spacer 12/6/2019 8:57:56 AM (No. 254295)
Prancer
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Reply 9 - Posted by: edgar 12/6/2019 9:03:50 AM (No. 254306)
There a so many tv networks with so many different themes. BET has a target audience, as does Hallmark. I do not watch either, which is my choice. If you do not like what a particular tv networks provides, no one is forcing you to watch. Watch what you like. If you cannot find what you like on tv, read a book.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: bigfatslob 12/6/2019 9:25:34 AM (No. 254341)
I watch the Hallmark channel sometimes when I'm not Motor Trend. BET was mentioned and one evening there was a Hallmark style movie about a black family and my racist, white persona watched it. It was very good and didn't portray the family with all the tags that most violent black offerings do (drugs or killings). Yes I want my holidays to be uplifting it's the reason I don't watch Fox or impeachment chicanery I wish to stay happy.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Rivetjoint 12/6/2019 9:26:48 AM (No. 254343)
I tease Mrs. RJ about all the Hallmark Christmas movies she has recorded, declaring the last half hour of these movies as the "love on the rocks" segment before all is well in the final couple of minutes. Other channels have started their own similar movies but I discovered that Lifetime Network can be sneaky at injecting some rather un-Hallmark scenes such as showing a couple of men smooching as the movie wrapped up to its "all is well" conclusion.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: felixcat 12/6/2019 9:53:28 AM (No. 254395)
Highly recommend Christmas in Conway on the Hallmark drama channel.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Lawsy0 12/6/2019 10:14:52 AM (No. 254422)
What a fine article that was. Yum; penuche with chocolate chips and coconut. Last night, my grown son stopped by to fix a glitch in the computer and caught me sitting on the footstool near the TV watching A Charlie Brown Christmas and Charlie Brown Tales. I needn't have worried--he is more conservative than I am. On a grim note, I suspect Ldotter above is on to something, that Hallmark has become the new Chick-fil-a.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: clayusmcret 12/6/2019 10:21:40 AM (No. 254437)
One's color has nothing to do with watching Hallmark. You either like sappy, happy endings or you don't. The only reason we have a deluxe satellite package is so my wife can get The Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movie Channel. Since Fox filled it's panels with Nevertrumpers, I don't even watch Fox News anymore. So, if Hallmark goes the way of Bravo and we start getting inundated with LGBTQA+ movies (Christmas and otherwise), we can finally cancel our satellite subscription altogether.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Talk2 12/6/2019 10:31:50 AM (No. 254448)
Oh what a relief it is to be able to tune to Hallmark Christmas movies and not be bombarded by LBGT garbage.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: thewarden 12/6/2019 10:57:43 AM (No. 254481)
I love Hallmark. I love the sappy movies with happy endings. Surprisingly, my very liberal, San Fran area-living, works in academia sister loves it more than I. Strange, but true. It’s a good place for escape. My husband and son mock me for it. If I want them to scram, I put it on...works every time. Ha! I don’t criticize BET, so keep your hands off my Hallmark!
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Reply 17 - Posted by: zoidberg 12/6/2019 11:18:24 AM (No. 254509)
The best Christmas movie you never saw is The Ref starring Denis Leary. Hilarious.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: columba 12/6/2019 11:35:23 AM (No. 254528)
I do not watch TV, and the extra time I have has allowed reading where I see that the percentage of black folks is around 16% of the population. I also learned (in high school) that people whose heritage is Spanish are Caucasian and were considered "white" until the governnent needed another minority in its collection of statistics. Asians are not "white" either, but they don't make much noise, they are too busy succeeding in whatever they do.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: SALady 12/6/2019 11:37:43 AM (No. 254533)
I'm guessing whatever Matt Vespa has been smoking isn't legal in most states!!!! I watch a lot of the Christmas movies on the Hallmark Channel. Light, cute, fun escapism. But there are plenty of black and Hispanic characters, including in lead rolls. There are also biracial couples all over the place. Many times, the main black character is in a position of power (the mayor of the city or the boss character). How anybody can look at that and think this meets the "white nationalist" agenda has been drinking a little too much of the "spiked eggnog"!!!!!
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Reply 20 - Posted by: RayLRiv 12/6/2019 11:59:38 AM (No. 254566)
My wife (a woman of color) loves the Hallmark Channel. AND our Christmas family tradition is to watch 'Holiday Inn,' w Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire. It's the movie where Bing dons blackface and sings 'Abraham!' to celebrate Lincoln's birthday. EAT IT, Libs.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: CEP 12/6/2019 12:13:18 PM (No. 254588)
It isn't just Hallmark, but Lifetime, ION and some more. I think that they have all found that people are tuning in to Hallmark to get away from the gore, sad and downer movies, they want to have hope, laughter and just enjoy a TV show not have to be made to feel bad about something all the time.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: MeiDei 12/6/2019 1:04:13 PM (No. 254645)
I especially like the Hallmark Mystery Channel; it has been all Christmas since Halloween so I've been well entertained watching the Ovation Channel - morning shows not to be missed are: The Murdock Mysteries (Canadian), Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries (Australian), Midsomer Murders (British) and The Librarians (USA). No gore, no foul language, no gratuitous sex, just well-done acting - and - Miss Fisher's wardrobe is not to be missed!
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