Another 'alternative' Avatar review, this time from White Supremacist website Stormfront:
I have just gotten back from watching Avatar and I was a little disturbed by the way the movie criticized ,not only whites but, the Human race. Then I started thinking that maybe the battle to preserve the Na'vi culture was a lesson to all Human races and that we of any race on Earth should preserve our culture and leave others alone (especially the white culture).
It showed the negative effects of multi-racial cultures (the human Army), the damage of greed, and the destruction of a land and culture/race that is pure.
oh, I'm not against any type of aliens unless they try to corrupt our culture. I have no problem with aliens who show family values, respect towards their land, and will fight for their land under any circumstances as the Na'vi did. It's what every race should do if they are worthy enough to survive in Nature.
The Na'vi could be the white people of their planet against the immigrating alien culture that is destined to rape their land for profit. The Na'vi can relate to the struggle of our people and land since they are only aliens and fall into another category of lifeform. We are them on Earth as They are us on Pandora. same goal.
I like the fact that the movie shows that not all Humans are corrupt with jewish-like urges. I, however, don't like that the ones who were not corrupt were mostly minorities and chose to live in an alien land. thats saying something about the white race and advertises immigration.
Overall the movie is about the struggle to save a race(Na'vi race). sound familiar? if not, read "Mein Kampf".
oh, i liked how Na'vi is dangerously close to Na'zi. maybe it's a hidden message.