The LibTards who write, direct, produce and star in most Hollywood productions want to directly influence the way you think. It is a subtle form of brainwashing. They know that if they show you images over and over again, you'll be desensitized and your thinking will shift ever so slightly to align with the movie, ad or tv show's message.
Take for example homosexuality. Back in the day men and women were ashamed to expose their lifestyle to the harsh light of day because they'd be criticized for it. It wasn't the criticism, per se, that inhibited them. It was in internalized sense of shame that also contributed to their reticence. It was called deviant behavior back them, for a very good reason. Being gay isn't a liberating event - it is an obstacle. Almost every gay person I know is secretly miserable. It is a lonely landscape that meets the average gay man or woman. Intrigue, pettiness, superficiality, sexual encounters devoid of meaning, voracious licentiousness and artifice are common in the gay community. To be honest, there is much of that in the straight community but my observations lead me to conclude that it is more rampant within the ranks of the gay community.
But you'd never know that by watching television. Shows like Will and Grace show the lifestyle to be cheeky and cool. Fleeting homosexual encounters are portrayed as fun and filled with abandon. Did they ever show an episode where Jack, the flamboyantly gay character, felt saddened by his unending stream of empty sexual enounters with multiple partners? Did the show's writers ever decide to show the downside to being a sexual addict?
No. That'd hardly be cricket, eh mate?
And not to be to harsh on the Gay Mafia and its insidious Pink Hand, let's look at the Myth of The Single Mother.
Since the 1950's television portrayed families as being composed a mother and a father. Nowadays they've got families being raised by older brothers (Party of Five). I remember that during one episode of Friends, Jennifer Aniston's character became pregnant and declared triumphantly that she was going to raise the baby on her own! The declaration was met by resounding applause from the live studio audience.
I could just see the effette Libbies in the audience fawning over themselves and breathlessly exclaiming, "Oh Morris, how wonderful! She's going to have the baby by herself!" The unspoken assumption being: You don't need a man in today's society. To coin Irina Dunn's famous utterance - "A woman needs a Man like a fish needs a bicycle." Oh what wit she possessed.
Or Candace Bergden's portrayal of Murphy Brown - that seasoned, single mother who was sharp, witty, professional, affluent and all together. She could seemingly do it all. She could put every man in his place, get the work done, be home making dinner for the 2 year old fertilized embryo and then have time to chat up her girlfriend until 2am.
Our Hollyweird fools act like being a single mom a choice. Well I'm not convinced.
Sadly we see that holding the single Mom lifestyle up as a sacred, almost honorable, pursuit has gotten society into an unexpected dilemma. As a case in point, City Journal published this piece to highlight the enormous negative impact that single parenthood has had on the city of Newark, NJ. Newark's murder rate remains one of the highest in the nation. (two arrests were made in the execution-style murders from last week.)
|According to 2005 figures from the U.S. Census Bureau, only 32 percent of Newark children are being raised by their parents in a two-adult household. The rest are distributed among families led by grandparents, foster parents, and single parentsmostly mothers. An astonishing 60 percent of the citys kids are growing up without fathers. It isnt that traditional families are breaking up; they arent even getting started. The city has one of the highest out-of-wedlock birthrates in the country, with about 65 percent of its children born to unmarried women. And 70 percent of those births are to women who are already poor, meaning that their kids are born directly into poverty.|
The economic consequences of these numbers are unsettling, since single parenthood is a road to lasting poverty in America today. In Newark, single parents head 83 percent of all families living below the poverty line. If you are a child born into a single-parent family in Newark, your chances of winding up in poverty are better than one in five, but if you are born into a two-parent family, those chances drop to just one in twelve.
And the social consequences are even more disturbing. Research conducted in the 1990s found that a child born out of wedlock was three times more likely to drop out of school than the average child, and far more likely to wind up on welfare as an adult. Studies have also found that about 70 percent of the long-term prisoners in our jails, those who have committed the most violent crimes, grew up without fathers.
The police see day in and day out the results of this ridiculous coddling that the single parent "community" has gotten. Every time we get to interview an offender or talk to a woman whose kid is acting up, the officer's first question is "Where is the boy's father". 90% of the time Dad is out of the picture.
This is why I cannot stand Liberalism as a societal policy. It is not founded in stability. It is based almost entirely on feelings. It is an empty moonscape of loose morals, anything goes behavior and non-judgementalism. You can do anything you want and you're not criticized for it. You can even marry a dolphin and no one questions your sanity.
So we'll continue to talk around the topic and not discuss the heart of the matter when it comes to crime - single parents and uninvolved fathers.
There are days in which I wake up and wonder what kind of crazy, warped rabbit hole have we fallen into. It is something out of Alice in Wonderland.