It takes a nation to protect the nation
I wonder how long it is before Hollywood is no longer at the apex of the film industry, generating wealthy film stars and producers who are gifted with luxurious mansions in Bel Aire.
Of course there is Netflix and Bollywood and other businesses eating away at their core business model, but I'm not focussing on that here.
What I am thinking about is the disconnect between their moral preening and virtue signalling, and the people they are preaching to and supposedly representing.
For a start, there are a lot of people like me now who can't stand most Hollywood movies because I don't want to have some self-elected moral emperor telling me what is good and what is evil.
But also I recently watched (because it was a special offer) and because I'm a bit obsessed with submarines, Hunter Killer:
It has all the standard tropes in it. The woman who is smarter than all the guys who just don't get it. The black guy who knows how to be cool while the white guy wets his pants.
But its also surprisingly out of kilter with submarine life, naval life and military life. Like, they built a new set for this, so why did they make the ceiling ridiculously high? They try load a massive torpedo into a tube by hand, and fail, almost crushing someone. Really? This isn't 1945 and Das Boot for heaven's sake. At one point the US captain is trying to convince the Russian captain so he appeals to things they have in common like a love of freedom and basic human rights (LOL), and the loneliness and boredom they suffer under the seas for 3 months at a time. But for the latter point, thats not how I understand the life of a submarine captain.
Finally, to cap all this off, we have the Hollywood obsession with Special Forces, but I don't think the Special Forces are particularly enamoured with Hollywood anymore. For a start, I don't see how those tasked with the dangerous job of defending our borders, can get on well with a whole raft of people that want to dismantle our borders.
The latest contradiction concerns Don Shipley. He's a former leader of Seal Team 6, a real legend now, who now spends time exposing Stolen Valour by guys in the US boasting of a military record which is fake. He exposed the lying fake 'tribal elder' Nathan Philips, so in turn the Leftist media descended on him. I don't see how serving Special Forces members can see this and not instantly hate Facebook and the whole Leftist cabale that goes with it.
I think the point about hate speech is vital. I have been suspended twice for offensive behaviour from Facebook for pointing out that Africans have lower intelligence than Europeans. Hollywood has a tendency to portray black people in the role of some sort of genius, something that in no way reflects reality, it is reverse racism. And most often the master criminal or terrorist is a white person. I would be banned for the above remarks.
Of course you have to be allowed to say that you hate someone as long as you do not incite to violence against that person or group. I should be allowed to say that I hate blacks as long as I do not ask people to kill or assault them. Hate is of course something every normal person indulges in. When a black rapper incites people to kill white cops he gets away with it, a white youth inciting to the murder of black cops would not.
Comment by Philip
The moviemakers, I would say up until 1970, were concerned with their art and storytelling. They employed poetic licence but mostly were in line with cultural reality. Now they serve blatant lies that are politically motivated, selling the new cultural reality. They offend the majority so as to avoid offending any minority. This is not good business as far as I can see and does not reflect the actual cultural reality. It is wishful thinking about an imagined future.
If you try to please everyone you end up pleasing no one.
Monoculturalism is a no no except in places like Japan. I watch old movies on YouTube, because they are purely British or White American. It is the only means of getting respite from the prevalent cultural pollution. I hate the new reality.
I haven't been following it, but there's a lot of discussion about the new Captain Marvel movie. You aren't allowed to comment on a lot of websites, so people are using the new Dissenter.com app instead, LOL.
Gab's sister product Dissenter, the comment section of the internet, is driving a true public discussion on websites that are removing comment sections or heavily censoring user feedback. Dissenter is a browser extension and website that allows any Gab user to comment on any URL across the web in a shared public square on that link.
As the movie review site Rotten Tomatoes removed the comment section while YouTube altered their search system to bury "bad" reviews of the new movie Captain Marvel, Dissenter users left over 3,000 reviews and comments on the page expressing their opinion about the movie.
Dissenters left over 5,000 comments on the controversial interview with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on the Joe Rogan Experience. During the stream, comments were disabled on YouTube. Dissenter users were able to watch and have a discussion about the stream as it was happening.
Dissenter is changing the way discussions are happening on the web. No longer can Silicon Valley giants, media companies, or anyone else decide what you can or cannot comment on. Every news article, every YouTube video, every tweet, and every other url on the internet now has a comment section.
Not all of the socialists are terrorists, but most of the terrorists are socialists.
After covering up for Harvey Weinstein, you'd think Hollywood couldn't sink any lower. But no, these millionaire SJW's that are so fond of telling us how immoral we are, are also tight. Watch the shocking treatment of this beautiful stuntwoman by the billion dollar grossing film franchise.
The "Me Too" movement was just a "controlled burn" to take away the focus on Hollywood's Evil Cabal - which almost certainly had links to Epstein - they did nothing to complain about dirty tricks such as this ; https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7742171/Spy-admits-befrien...
It makes you wonder who has a conscience in this world, and if it is worth having one.
My culture taught me to feel bad about causing harm to someone and to apologise for the wrong done and make amends.
Life has taught me though to be uncaring towards any others than those that I identify with.
Love is not an unconditional principle to be followed. Love has to be deserved.
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Positive discrimination was bound to lower standards everywhere.