Avatar, Hollywood has taken a new Avatar.

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The story is set in 2154 in a far away planet of Pandora, where humans are trying to colonize the planet. The money greedy capitalist want the minerals from Pandora be extracted displacing the most dominant species of the planet called Navi. They hire humans to infiltrate the Navi villages for spying and to brainwash the Navi’s to leave their land with out battle. But when the Navi’s refuse to leave their land, the human colonists plans to kill all the Navi’s.

James Cameron’s this carving is exactly the same story happened and happening in our own planet Earth. James Cameron shows a group of humans pitted in a battle against a distant planet’s indigenous population. This is exactly the same reel revolved after Christopher Columbus landed in America in 1492. The European settlers wanted to displace the Native Americans (American Indian) to exploit the rich soil of the newly discovered land. They started killing them which resulted in the largest genocide in the history of mankind. Now the entire North America is a total white mans land, we can hardly see any native blood living there. The very thin population of the remaining native americans have been closed up inside human sanctuaries called Indian Reservations.

The story was same in Australia, where the British colonist were doing the racial killing to create todays Australia which is fully a white mans land. The Australian aborigines who were the indigenous people lost their land to the settlers. 

A Hunter from the Cherokee tribe of North American Indian.

A Navi Hunter from Avatar.

The Native Americans and Australian aborigines were victims of the genocide by the greedy European Imperialist, but James Cameron’s Navi’s are victims of an Inter-Planet Imperialism by humans. But James did a justice for the oppressed and the exploited by villainizing the capitalist who plans to loot the minerals from Pandora by killing the Navi’s. The movie ends up with a victory for indigenous Navi’s and the human colonists are send back to the earth. This is a suprising behaviour from Hollywood. The Hollywood was never seen in this tone before. In the lines of Mackenna’s Gold (1969), there were many movies which portrays the Native Americans as bad-guys and trying to justify the genocide on them. And in the recent past Mel Gibson’s Apocalypto made a genocide of history itself by projecting the wordings “A great civilization is not conquered from without untill it has destroyed itself from within” at the start of the movie. Apocalypto hurts the feelings of the remaining Native Americans living. And Mel Gibson has tried to be the advocate of the European Kings & Queens by saying Native Americans killed themselves.

Yes in this movie Hollywood is in a new Avatar. As a responsible American citizen James should project his movie to the Obama’s and ask them to stop killing innocent people in Iraq just for Oil.


Written by palindia

December 19, 2009 at 4:11 AM

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  1. Are you sure it’s Pandora and not chattisgarh? bcos the story seems similar.

    saravana raja

    December 19, 2009 at 11:21 AM

    • Today the story is same in Asia, Africa & the Latin America, where the life and landscape of indiginous people are forced to change in the name of development. The Indian government has an attaractive name for it …The “SEZ”.


      December 19, 2009 at 1:18 PM

  2. “This is a suprising behaviour from Hollywood”

    நல்ல விமர்சனம், சர்ப்ரைசிங் அது காலத்திற்கு தகுந்தபடி மாறிக்கொண்டே போகும்


    December 19, 2009 at 12:06 PM

    • நன்றி கலகம்.


      December 19, 2009 at 1:20 PM

  3. Genocide
    Now they have changed the name for Genocide. So they are reveling old one now.
    No one is a “RESPNOSIBLE….” citizen. The story and script was done 15 yrs, before. Just technology can’t be the reason for the delay.



    December 21, 2009 at 8:18 AM

  4. everything was good in Avatar other than one… Why a white hero needs to save nuvi… why did not James Cameron show that Nuvi saved themselves? I know this a very bad question… I am just asking this to seek a psychological explanation… of unintentional subconscious human thinking…


    February 23, 2010 at 5:49 AM

  5. i think avatar was the dumbest movie ever made. stupid random dumb blue people walking around on fictionalized earth!


    November 14, 2010 at 9:55 PM

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