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|“||God, watch this! God! Using an army of outside northern black beast agitators determined to overthrow the God-commanded and biblically inspired rule of the white race. It's an international Jewish conspiracy. May God bless us all.||„|
|~ Beauregard's racist propaganda|
Kennebrew Beauregard was a minor antagonist in the 2018 film BlacKkKlansman.
He was portrayed by Alec Baldwin, who also portrayed Fred Frenger Junior in Miami Blues, Nick Kudrow in Mercury Rising, Blake in Glengarry Glen Ross, Makunga in Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, Dennis in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, Mark Cordell in The Juror, Donald Trump in Saturday Night Live, Jed Hill in Malice, and Larry Quinn in The Cat in the Hat.
Some time in the mid 20th century, Beauregard was filmed making a speech while standing in front of a projection of the racist D.W. Griffith film Birth of a Nation. During his rant he made a number of typically 1960s vitriolic racist claims about how the white race was intellectually and morally superior to all the other races, using pseudo-scientific jargon in an attempt to back up his claims. Beauregard then launched into the usual complaints about how the civil rights movement was an "international Jewish conspiracy" designed to deny white Protestants of their "God-commanded" supremacy over the world.
At several points during his speech Beauregard became so wrapped up in what he was saying that he forgot his lines and had to have his assistant remind him of what he planned to say.