Homophobic racist imperialist warmongers

This is what we must be as a nation. If, that is, our most celebrated entertainments truly reflected our society. To judge America by which films and their actors just won Academy awards, one must conclude that we are, at once, homophobic (“Brokeback Mountain”), racist (“Crash”) and imperialist warmongers (“Syriana”).

Now, it’s certain that not all movies made last year were in one of these categories. And, if memory serves, I’ve seen some box office numbers that showed that more mainstream films did better than those attempting to induce guilt for the horrid ways in which we’ve inflicted our Christian, homophobic, racist, imperialist warmongering selves on the world.

Perhaps I’m getting too sensitive, or giving Hollywood more credit than they deserve. And yet, after seeing the latest bonfire of the vanities, I could not but recall this verse from Romans 12:

2Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.

It is long past time that we, as a society, stopped conforming to the world. Especially that world as seen by our Hollywood “elite.”

Many, if not most, of these “elite,” beautiful people are anything but. They are savages, and spreaders of filth and decay. All dressed up in stylish coats of self-congratulation and simply oozing moral superiority.

The biggest vanity among these clowns? Entertainers who are skilled at reading lines written for them by others thinking that they’ve also got some superior insights into important things. Self-important fools like George Clooney, Matt Damon, Susan Sarandon, Whoopi Goldberg, to name but a few of the more egregious idiots.

There. I feel better. But what I would ask of all who partake in the popular culture, very much including myself, is that we not extend any credance to what any of these pretty people do or say outside of their movies. And, most definitely, know that Hollywood is a cesspool, and has great difficulty in discerning right from wrong.


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