I just watched American History X for the first time. I'm sure if I had watched it when I was 16 I would have come away thinking that it perfectly deconstructed racism and Nazism, etc. After just watching it now, though, I'm even more convicted in my belief that we need a white nation.
It sucks that there's such pervasive propaganda against whites. That American History X, a movie designed to refute the beliefs common to voat, is the one that I've seen that treats them most favorably. They never legitimately refuted the crime stats, the math, the logic to the arguments. They only presented superficial talking points. In fact it appears that the main point is that if you hate Jews, you'll be raped in prison. The things the main character Derek has done haven't improved his life and he decides to "give it up", ignoring that the main tenet of "white supremacy" are about the future and intentional suffering now for the sake of our progeny.
I think that, watched from the perspective I have and with the knowledge I have it was a pretty good film. It wasn't even entirely unfair, beyond Derek abandoning his principles and the truth for the sake of a more peaceful life (which, even the film shows, is a lie). I wish there were more films like it, because even if you were to watch it as a bluepill, it still opens the door to the important discussions regarding race, niggers, jews, etc.