Derrick Bell’s 'Space Traders' Review: Racist Paranoia ... and George Clinton's Disembodied Head
The critics all agree – Professor Derrick Bell’s criminally overlooked film "Space Raiders" is a smash hit!
“I laughed, I cried, I damned America!” ~ Rev. Jeremiah Wright
“A blockbuster thrill-ride that finally shows America as the monster it is! Four red stars!” ~ Bill Ayers
“Space Traders invites you to open up your hearts and your minds to the words of Derrick Bell!” ~ President Barack Obama
Move over, "Citizen Kane": Derrick Bell’s racist-commie-sci-fi extravaganza "Space Traders" is clearly the greatest motion picture ever made.
Oh, not on an aesthetic level – it’s an artistic disaster by any sane criteria.
And not on any moral level either – it’s a rancid conglomeration of the most feverish of leftwing, race-hustling fever dreams spiced up with a dash of anti-Semitism and some gratuitous anti-white racism.
In other words, it’s pretty much what you’d expect if someone was dumb enough to give a Harvard Law critical race theorist a camera.
It’s great because it gives a clear picture of what the guy our President figuratively and literally embraces really believed about his country – something the mainstream media refused to explore, and which it continues to conceal.
So sit back, check your brain at the door, drop a handful of acid, and prepare yourself for the magic … of "Space Traders."
The film opens with George Clinton addressing the audience about something (it’s not really clear what) via his disembodied head, which floats around the screen whilst on fire. For obvious reasons, he then sprouts a third eye in his forehead.
That’s not a typo.