Despite being a film that is supposed to carry an anti-racist message, The Last King of Scotland is surely a film that attempts to exploit racial feelings, especially in white males. The viewer is supposed to identify with the fictional Scottish protagonist as he progressively experiences Idi Amin’s sadistic Negro barbarism. The real Idi Amin made no lie of his racial chauvinism but unlike Red Saint Nelson Mandela, Idi Amin was never canonized as a fighter for peace and tolerance. Despite blowing up white people left and right, Nelson Mandela has been glorified for helping to end apartheid. Of course, Idi Amin attempted to end apartheid as well, only it was the one that the Zionists have been running murderously against the Palestinians (who, according to Zionists, don’t exist) ever since they started occupying Palestine. If Hollywood only had the opportunity teach gentiles one lesson, it is this: European/White Institutions = Evil/Must be destroyed. Jewish supremacist/Anti-Nationalist Globalist institutions = Good/Peace. Idi Amin stood up against Zionist supremacy/global homogeny and despite his regime collapsing long ago, his enemies have concocted a cinematic trophy in the name of his defeat. Personally, I will always think of Idi Amin as the Negro Hermann Göring, a charismatic man with valuable principles flawed by his own eccentricity.