Minority Rule would have been the late Byron Jost's second film, after the illegal-immigration documentary The Line in the Sand. About an hour of footage, consisting mostly of interviews with E. Michael Jones, Kevin MacDonald, Joseph Sobran, and others, has been uploaded to youtube. Subject matter includes Boasian anthropology, Freudian psychoanalysis, and the Frankfurt School (continue reading).
The movie gets off to a bad start with some confused comments by Catholic partisan Jones. Jones asserts that Catholics and Jews arrived at a time when "the Protestant ruling class had simply lost its nerve [. . .] had lost its ability to determine culture." As evidence he cites . . . The Great Gatsby. In Jones' bizarre understanding, Tom Buchanan's racial awareness illustrates the Protestant elite's "loss of nerve", Gatsby is a Jew, and Nick Carraway is a Catholic. Jones doesn't bother to explain how a Protestant elite that had spontaneously "lost its nerve" prior to the 1920s managed to pass the 1924 Immigration Act.