The popular film "Rambo III," which stars Sylvester Stallone, is unfortunately a racist film. It portrays Pakistani individuals as merely Mujahideen fighters, rather than the complex and varied people that they actually are. Not only that, it perpetuates the racist "white is might" myth where Rambo is able to safely enter and leave the Middle East as he pleases, while the people he encounters are backwards and unable to escape tribal infighting.
The war in Afghanistan killed more than a means of millions of Afghans and five million and were not refugees . Ja been the worst contemporary World War and the international community did nothing.
Laugh Iraq. Ja been the worst war in history and contemporary social movements barely had any pressure from the media to denounce these atrocities
The people who say he is racist are simply looking to stir up emotions. You'll find people doing that everywhere. I suppose Rambo's years of torture at the hands of the Viet Cong must have turned him on the Asians. Either that or he was only moved to save the missionaries because of his deeply held religious beliefs that were never hinted at until now...
No, Rambo III was not racist as it was clearly not created with racist intentions but instead as an action movie designed to entertain. Even though it may have unintentionally been insensitive to some issues, it was not the goal and therefore the movie itself is not racist. This debate goes all the way back to books such as Huck Finn. Mark Twain is known to have been highly accepting of all people and a known anti-slavery activist, so it is clear that Huck Finn is not a racist novel despite its use of derogatory racial terms. Instead, it was written to be accurate for the time it was about.
Racism has been a hot, controversial topic in the United States since the first people stepped foot upon American soil. Through the years, we have seen racism integrated into our culture but to say that Rambo III is racist is pure nonsense. We have to look at the time when the movie was centered, as well as the world that it was created in. Times were very different back then and many things that are now unacceptable, were then. There is no excuse for blatant, in-your-face racism but to claim that a fictional movie, centered around a fictional character in a fictional scenario is racist, is ridiculous.