Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Star Wars: The Last Jedi - My Last Movie

I don't know what to say about this film that hasn't been said already. I wanted to write an in-depth review, but frankly, I can't muster the strength to do so. Instead, I am opting to share two video reviews that are similar enough to my own views on the film. You can watch these videos, or just skip to the bottom where I will add a little bit.

These reviews are full of spoilers.

To add to what Sargon said, it's not only that Poe is a captain, but it's also that he is the squadron commander of all of the fighters and bombers in the Resistance fleet. This means he is part of the ship's command staff and a department head - IE, he would've been a senior officer and subordinate to the ship's captain. He should NOT have been left out of the plan like he was. This is just lazy writing.

Vice Admiral Holdo and General Leia never wore uniforms. As military leaders, acting in their formal capacity as an admiral and general, this is just stupid. The reason why officers wear uniforms, or at the very least rank insignia, is so they can be readily identified. Every lowly Resistance fighter would've had the authority to question their commands if they issued an order, and they would waste time verifying their identity. Yes, Poe does it as well, and it's stupid too. I know that they wanted to make Holdo like Mon Mothma, but Mothma was a senator and held no formal rank - and even she had military leaders who commanded the actual Rebel forces. Again, this is lazy writing.

I also thought that I had read somewhere that Holdo didn't wear a uniform because she wasn't playing by men's rules. Again, this is stupid. The uniform is a symbol of authority.

Lastly: lens flare. I hate lens flare. I find it incredibly distracting and it's often inserted into scenes where its appearance is just moronic. The disgusting use of lens flare in this film is enough to make me hate it. I will admit, this may be just a personal foible of mine that I need to get over, however, that's a hard argument to make when I've seen plenty of films that didn't use lens flare that looked just as good or better.

In summation, this movie was just stupid. It is pure feminist and diversity propaganda, but as Stefan explained, it fails as propaganda, because the Resistance is nearly wiped out.

Disney has sacrificed the Star Wars franchise to the false god called diversity and feminism. Since Disney is buying Fox, and given how corrupt Hollywood is, this will be my last movie. It's time to let go of Hollywood, and kill it, if I must.

Saturday, December 16, 2017

Spider-man Homecoming Review

I just finished watching Spider-man Homecoming, and I have to say, this movie is NOT for children. Oh, it certainly is targeted at children, but it isn't for children. Why? Three scenes.

The first scene involves Flash and Peter. Flash passes Peter as he is walking to class at their school. As Flash passes Peter, he calls him "Penis Parker." I remember being 15, and I don't ever remember penis being used a derogatory nickname. Could it have happened? Yes. Could times have changed and now kids use such language? Yes. Do I think it's good? No.

The next scene, Flash is a DJ at a house party, and gets all of the kids to start chanting Penis Parker. What the fuck is wrong with these kids? Peter isn't even there to defend himself when this is happening, so it's straight up cowardly of Flash.

The last scene, Ned is in the school's computer lab, and he gets caught by one of the teachers. When asked why he's there, Ned replies that he's watching porn. What the fuck? Imagine you took your child to this movie, and he/she hear's that line, and later asks you: "What's porn?" Imagine your child hears that line, doesn't bother to ask you, and just looks it up online later? This line was completely inappropriate, and could've been easily replaced with: "Playing video games."

These three scenes are just gross. Sadly, it's not surprising considering all of the sexual impropriety in Hollywood that is being revealed and everyone has known about. From a certain perspective, these scenes could be considered grooming. I certainly consider it grooming.

The three scenes aside, there is some strong messaging going on in this film.

All of the relationships are interracial. Peter is attracted to Liz, who is half-black. Michelle (Mary Jane's replacement) is some sort of ethnic, and she's attracted to Peter. Ned is Asian and Peter's best friend. Flash is no longer a white guy, but now a brown kid - possibly Middle Eastern, or Indian. Flash is with a white girl. Toomes (Keaton), is married to a black women - the only successful relationship in the film. Tony Stark has a semi-successful relationship with Pepper Pots still, but it's one scene at the end, and very small.

Why is it wrong to white wash characters, but it's fine to replace white characters with people of color?

Using a younger actress to portray Aunt May was quite likely intentional as well. I think it's intended to positively portray single-mothers. Aunt May behaves like a bad mom, taking Peter to his first house party (with likely under-age drinking), demonstrating she doesn't know how to tie a tie, and just trying too hard to cool. There is a scene, where May is comforting Peter, holding his head against her stomach. This scene is incredibly infantilizing, somewhat sexual, and again, I remember being 15 and I never wanted to be treated that way by my mother. So there's a bit of Oedipus Complex in that relationship with how dependent she is on Peter.

Ben Parker is completely absent. He's not even mentioned. So Disney/Marvel has fucked off with the most important lesson in the Spider-man cannon: "With great power, comes great responsibility." Ben is replaced with Tony Stark, he's not a good replacement.

Finally, at the very end of the credits, there is a scene from Captain America about patience. It's supposed to be funny, but essentially comes off as: "Don't be patient. Patience is for suckers." Thanks for spitting in the face of your fans who patiently wait for the end of the credits for any possible Easter eggs, and teaching kids that patience is dumb.

If it weren't for these three scenes and the underlying messaging, this would've been a good movie. It has all of the qualities of a good Marvel movie. Tom Holland is a good Spider-Man. Keaton is a great villain, and the Vulture costume is great. It's shot well, well acted, well paced, and the action scenes are good and many of the action scenes challenge Spider-man.

Don't watch this with your kids. Don't let children watch this movie. They don't need to be introduced to pornography through a super-hero film.

The author always bleeds into their work. What do these messages say about the author? What does this say about Disney, Marvel, and Hollywood?

“Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes from thornbushes or figs from thistles? Even so, every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit. A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a bad tree bear good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. Therefore by their fruits you will know them."

Matthew 7:15-20

Saturday, December 2, 2017

A Tale of Two Deaths

You may have heard about the death of Kate Steinle and the results of the trial of her killer. What you probably haven't heard of, is the death of Rosemary Billquist.

Rosemary was killed by someone hunting after legal hours, by a handgun, at about 200 yards. Her killer has cooperated with the police, and is being charged with 2nd degree manslaughter. It's important to note that he hasn't been tried yet - his date is in January.

What are the commonalities? Both victims were women. Both victims were killed by handguns. Both died in the hands of loved ones. Both were shot in circumstances that they considered safe. The killers were both male.

What are the differences? The states are different and on opposite coasts. One killer was a legal citizen, the other was a criminal, illegal immigrant. One killer used a legally owned firearm, the other was committing felony possession of a stolen firearm. One killer has been acquitted of all but one charge, the other has yet to be tried. One killer is a brown Mexican male, the other is a white American male.

Again, I want to stress, that Jadlowski hasn't been tried yet. Regardless, this is going to be an interesting case because of the precedent set by the Zarate trial and outcome. If Jadlowski is found guilty - especially of manslaughter - what will that say of our legal system? If Jadlowski is found not guilty of all but one charge, will that be fair and equal justice?

It's also going to be very interesting in watching how Jadlowski conducts himself in court, what story he goes with, the case prosecutors make, and the defense the defenders make.

Another important note, from what I've read so far, Jadlowski has so far cooperated with the police and tried to administer aid to Rosemary. Zarate on the other hand, ran like the coward he is, and lied about his actions, changing his story several times.

Friday, December 1, 2017

Cultural Marxism

This video is from 1998, and in it, Bill Lind explains the dangers of Cultural Marxism. One of the big reveals for me was just how long the convergence has been going on. Listen closely. If true, the active undermining of the West has been ongoing for 100 years now.

Dwell on that for a moment, and the significance of that.

Monday, October 16, 2017

My Review of A Throne of Bones by Vox Day

I read A Thrones of Bones because Vox Day does a pretty good job of subtly (your opinion may vary) hyping it up, and I have to say that I'm happy that I did.

I don't read much fantasy. I prefer science fiction. However, I do find myself occasionally desiring to break out of that genre from time to time. I bring this up because the only other two "epic" novels that I've read have been The Stand by Stephen King, and The Fellowship of the Ring by J. R. R. Tolkien. In  comparison to these two books, I much preferred A Thrones of Bones.

In Comparison to The Stand:

A Throne of Bones doesn't dedicate a significant portion of its middle section on characters that will never appear again - just to fluff the page count, show how bad the world is, and provide an outlet for some of King's numerous, weird hang-ups. Vox, unlike King, also keeps the number of perspective characters to as many as he is willing to handle, which prevented him from having to write some convoluted plot twist where many of the characters are conveniently blown up. The ending in A Throne of Bones is also superior to The Stand's ending. The Stand's ending felt like an incredible waste, and a large WTF?!?! moment for me - the big bad villain is defeated by one of his minions, and the "heroes" contributed absolutely nothing to that defeat - incredibly disappointing. A Throne of Bones' ending sets the stage for the next book in the series, and felt like a good, natural stopping point.

In Comparison to The Fellow of the Rings:

J.R.R. Tolkien is undeniably the father of modern epic fantasy, and his influence on the genre is carried over into the pages of A Throne of Bones. If you're familiar with the Lord of the Rings' orcs, goblins, trolls, dragons, elves, dwarves, and humans, then you'll find Day's fantasy beings comfortably familiar. For me, I never got past Tolkien's first book in his Lord of the Rings trilogy. Tolkien spent far too much time in the Shire, focusing on Frodo's life, that ultimately, didn't matter. By the time I got to the end of the book, I was done. To this day, I still don't know if I want to continue reading the series, and since I've seen the movies, I don't really feel the need to. However, with A Throne of Bones, I never got bored. It may have been a bit slow to start, but once "the ball" got rolling, I wanted to keep reading.

I'm now done directly comparing these books.

The story focuses around the consequences of one of the characters' (Corvus's) decision and the growing unrest in the Amorran Empire. It is well paced and none of the scenes or characters seemed wasted or pointless. The central characters are all fleshed out, with motivations, strengths and flaws. It's a bit surprising to find myself liking Severus Patronus's (one of the antagonists) love for his daughter, and understanding Magnus Valerious's (another antagonist) pain and sadness. I also really enjoyed the love between many of the characters, and this is clearly something that Vox is quite versed in.

The world of Selenoth is similar to Middle Earth, but with a Roman Empire twist that was quite refreshing, although I found the Latin names difficult at times. World building is handled well enough. Vox doesn't spend much time on overly descriptive text of the scenery, and in this way is similar to Isaac Asimov and his Foundation Trilogy - a stylistic choice I find myself enjoying. Despite this, you get a good enough sense of the world that your mind can fill in the blanks.

The one flaw, and you may, or may not consider this a flaw, is that if you follow Vox Day at all, then you will see the author in his writing. I personally don't consider this a flaw. Many great authors wrote from their own, personal experiences. Frank Hubert studied beach conservation, and this is reflected in Dune. Stephen King has many hang ups, and it's present in all of his books. Palahniuk experienced some weird shit, and those experiences contributed directly to Fight Club, Rant, and I'm sure much more. While you may not like that, I do, as it contributes to a deeper understanding of the messages that the author wants to convey in their stories.

In conclusion, if you like fantasy, I definitely recommend this book. If you like Vox Day, I definitely recommend this book. A Throne of Bones is a deserving heir to Tolkien's epic, modern fantasy. I look forward to A Sea of Skulls - which is already available, but there is an extended version that I'm waiting on.

A Throne of Bones is available on and is published by Castalia House.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

My Review of SJWs Always Lie by Vox Day.

Do you want to understand what's going on with Marvel Comics right now? Do you want to understand what happened in GamerGate? Do you want to understand what's going on in the catholic church right now? Do you want to understand what's going on with science fiction lately, and why you think it's crap?

Good. Go read SJWs Always Lie by Vox Day, and published by Castilia House.

Vox directly participated in events that were involved in GamerGate, and helped gamers route the SJWs. He was also personally attacked by SJWs that had infested the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America organization. So, when he writes about SJWs, he writes from personal experience and careful observation.

Vox goes into detail about all of the above in his book, describing who and what SJWs are, their tactics, and how to prepare yourself for their attacks and how to fight back - and win. Everything he writes about, he backs up with facts and evidence - presenting example, after example. If Vox were a lawyer, I'd hate to have to go up against him, but would want him on my side every time.

He also established the Three Laws of SJWs:

1. They Always Lie
2. They Always Double Down
3. They Always Project

Again, through numerous examples he provides, he lays out how these three statements are true. He then demonstrates the power of rhetoric and it's ability to defeat SJWs.

I don't know what else to say about this book. It's like a field manual for anyone who finds themselves on the receiving end of a SJW's vitriol, or for anyone who simply wants to understand SJWs better. The only negative I can give it, is that it's short, but he's resolving that issue with a sequel. He may also find himself having to someday update his examples to maintain the book's relevancy, but given current events, there will likely never be a shortage of evidence.

SJWs Always Lie is available on and published by Castilia House.

Welcome to the culture war, kid.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

My Review of Blade Runner 2049

You can't talk about Blade Runner 2049 without spoiling it. Thus:

Spoiler Waring!

I don't know what to think about BR2049. There are things to like about it, and things not to like about it.

Is it a good looking film? Yes. Is it well acted? The acting is OK. Is the story good? I don't know. Is the sound and music good? No. Plot? Meh. Themes? Interesting, but it's clearly pushing certain narratives/agendas over others.

The cinematography is great. Everything is shot well, and everything looks good. It doesn't have the same feeling as the original though. This is far lighter, where the original is far darker. Los Angeles has also been updated in the past 30 years and there are no longer fire belching towers or giant pyramids. We also get more of the world outside of LA - it's all pretty dismal, this being a dystopian sci-fi and all.

The actors are all fine. No one is especially outstanding. Gosling plays K, a replicant blade runner. The way Gosling portrays K is very similar to his character from Drive, the only difference is that K has more dialogue and emotions. This wasn't Leto's best performance, it was serviceable. Ford is old and out of place in this film. That's weird to say, but he really does stand out from the rest of the cast and characters. De Armas is cute, and her performance was OK. I don't know if I liked her acting or if I just find her attractive. The rest of the cast were fine.

The story focuses around K. K is a blade runner. He's a replicant. He hunts other replicants for LAPD. Everyone knows he's a replicant, and many humans resent him for it. This answers the BIGGEST question from the first movie: was Deckard a replicant? Yes. Yes he was, and it appears that since Deckard, all blade runners have been and are now replicants. For whatever reason, this doesn't feel like the great revelation it should've felt like, probably because it's answered too casually and out of hand.

K kills Sapper Morton (Bautista), an old replicant, which leads to him finding a skeleton. The skeleton was Rachel from the original movie. The bones indicate that Rachel had a baby - which should be impossible for replicants. This is considered a "miracle" and is an allusion to the immaculate conception - more on themes later.

K hunts the child, and ends up believing he was the child he's hunting - exploring the idea of false vs real memories from the previous movie. The big bad Wallace Corporation wants the kid, or Deckard, or both, in order to create more sexually reproductive capable replicants - Wallace (Leto), for all of his supposed intelligence can't figure it out. K ends up running away, and finds Deckard in Las Vegas. They fight, then make up, then the Wallace Corporation finds them and kidnaps Deckard.

K is kidnapped by replicant revolutionaries, told he's not the child he's been looking for, and sent to go kill Deckard. K finds Deckard, helps him fake his death, and then takes him to his daughter. Deckard meets his daughter. K dies. The end.

The film takes 3 hours to tell this story, and it's boring, about as boring as I wrote it. There are numerous, long, establishing shots to remind you how well the movie looks and help build the world, but it doesn't help. As much as I enjoyed the movie while I watched it, I wish it had hurried up and got to where it wanted to go. At least one couple walked out of the movie.

I stated this in my Valerian review, science fiction is an excellent place to explore ideas. Some of the ideas present in BR2049 are interesting, but none of them particularly thought provoking. One interesting ideas is K and his relationship to Joi (de Armas). Joi is a hologram and K's wife. She is stuck in his apartment until he gets some sort of transmitter stick. It's both sad, and endearing seeing these two artificial beings together. It also hits terribly close to home now that sex bots are real.

Sex is a theme in this film. There are hints of BDSM in the relationship between K and his boss, whom he calls Madam. There are prostitutes, openly prostituting themselves on the streets - of course they're replicants. There's a whore-house with glass walls in which an orgy is happening (visible to the public and right on the street), and it's just obscured enough not to be considered porn. There is a nude advertisement for Joi, and it turns and offers the world a clear view of her genitalia. There are several naked replicants on display in Wallace Corporation - although these are presented more like cadavers for scientific study then as porn.

The hedonism and decadence on display hits close to home and reminds me of the open air orgies that are gay pride parades and BDSM parades. It's gross, but then again, the humans in BR2049 are doomed, so what's the point of maintaining human decency?

Unsurprisingly, the ideas of Cultural Marxism's class warfare and feminism sneak their ways into the film. Cultural Marxism is presented through the replicant revolutionaries who want to start a war between them and humans and between the replicans and Wallace Corporation. Feminism is there in the form of a woman leading the LAPD, a "bad-ass" replicant secretary that knows kung-fu, and a replicant woman that was born to two replicants (an allusion to the immaculate conception, changing the Jesus archetype to a female).

There's also the trope of the evil robot creator that sees himself as a god because he makes robots. I'm sick and tired of this blasphemous trope. I get it, it's a quick and easy short cut to show how arrogant someone is, but it's old. It's funny, Hollywood hates Christianity, yet can't stop alluding to it.

 Unfortunately, none of these ideas, or the story really seem to matter - the humans are all going to die anyway - that's what the movie leads us to believe. Earth is fucked (allusion to climate change/nuclear war throughout the film), and humans are being replaced by replicants (which is analogous to Europe, Europeans and the immigration crisis). Since replicants can have babies now, it's only a matter of time before humanity goes extinct.

I think this is why I don't like the movie. Humanity is fucked, the earth is fucked. Replicants are the future. There is no hope for humanity in the Blade Runner world.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

My Review of Brings the Lightning by Peter Grant

I haven't read many westerns. In fact, I've only read two. Brings the Lightning by Peter Grant is one, and it's good.

The other western I've read is Hondo by Louis L'Amour.

Peter Grant compares favorably to Louis L'Amour, and I would say that he is, at least, on par. At this point, the only thing that L'Amour has over Grant is shear quantity.

Brings the Lightning follows Walt Ames, a former Confederate cavalryman, who is trying to find his purpose in life after the Civil War. Ames' search takes him across the USA to the Utah territory, a journey that is fraught with danger and opportunity. Each hardship that he overcomes brings him closer to his goal and his purpose. But, as you can see by the subtitle of the book, that this is only the beginning.

Grant is a good writer, and the book is well paced, and it shows that this time period is something he is both knowledgeable of, and passionate about. The characters and the plot are both good. None of the characters feel like tropes, and all of them get enough time to flesh them out and for the readers to care about. While the plot could be considered a bit a-typical, it isn't inappropriate for the period and place, nor is it boring - as I stated the journey is full of adventure.

If you're interested in westerns, if you like Louis L'Amour, or if you're looking for something new and never read a western before, I highly recommend Brings the Lightning by Peter Grant. It is an entertaining tale and enjoyable journey. I look forward to reading book 2, as soon as I'm done with my current reading list.

Brings the Lightning is available on and is published by Castilia House.

Friday, September 15, 2017

The Ugly Truth About DACA

By Stefan Molyneux.

Want to know the truth about DACA? Watch this video. Watch it in its entirety.

Meanwhile, attempted border crossings have increased. Allowing amnesty will trigger chain immigration. It will also cost up to $115 billion - that's money that could be spent building the wall.

Breitbart isn't the only one talking about the negatives either, there are plenty of articles on both side.

What are the positives if DACA is allowed to stay? There is none. Unfettered immigration will fundamentally change the USA - just like it's changing Europe. There is no magic dirt. Illegal aliens aren't here for our benefit, they're here for theirs, and theirs alone.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

My Review of Hitman's Bodygaurd

Hitman's Bodyguard is an un-apologetically fun movie. Ryan Reynolds gets to play the straight man, while Samuel Jackson get's to be the zany, fun guy - and it works! The supporting cast are also good, from Salma Hayek and Elodie Yung to the guys who play the goons.

It is by no means a perfect movie. There was a weird choice in how they lit some of the shots, where the light just blooms in a surreal way. There is also a scene where the music is just too loud - that may have been the theater's fault. Some of the CGI also isn't great.

Despite all of that, this movie had me laughing. The role reversal between the two stars was a good decision, both actors genuinely appeared to be enjoying themselves. Salma Hayek is hilarious despite her few scenes. Elodie Yung is good, and did a good job.

Thankfully, there is very little political correctness, feminism, or SJW bullshit in this film. Hayek's character kicks the ass of every single patron during a bar fight, but it's so over the top, it can' be considered anything but comedy. Yung's character also has a good fight scene that accurately enough portrayed the real life physical differences between men and women. Reynolds' and Jackson's fight scene is well choreographed and well shot, and was fun to watch.

Additionally, the attention to detail was quite good as well. While it probably contained dozens of tropes, it didn't seem like it. The actions scenes were good, the comedy was good, and the chemistry between the cast and creators was also good.

Overall, it's a good movie. Set your expectations low, accept the fact that this film is pure fun and was intended to be pure fun, and you'll have a good time laughing your ass off. This is a movie I definitely recommend!

It's been a few weeks...

Since I wrote anything here. I haven't written anything for this month yet, either.

What have I been doing?

Working on things. Things that don't directly benefit this blog.

I can't sustain the rage that prompts my writing on here. I can't sustain the fear either. What does that leave?

Love, but that requires that I love writing this blog. Writing this blog was only ever intended to allow me to have a voice. I have a voice, and thank you all for reading. This would also require me to love my readers - although the statistics on the back end of this site demonstrate that people have read my blog - I don't have any connection with you readers.

Also since this blog lacks any kind of focus, it inherently lacks purpose.

Much to think on, I have.

Saturday, August 26, 2017

My Review of Alien Covenant

Alien Covenant is a visually beautiful, dark-comedy of errors. Yes, that's right, AC is not a horror film, nor an action film, it is a sci-fi themed comedy of errors.

Sure, it has its action, and attempts at horror, but ultimately, it's a comedy. Unfortunately, Ridley Scott isn't known for his comedies.

The laughs begin with the opening scene, when David smacks down Weyland, and we learn how ignorant and arrogant it is to construct a machine that thinks it's perfect. After this otherwise boring opening scene, we are introduced to the Covenant, a colony space ship headed to some earth like planet. The ship is hit by an energy wave, which kills several crew, including the captain.

This is the next big laugh moment. You see, the captain is in his stasis pod, and he somehow catches fire. What do the supposedly highly intelligent, highly trained crew do in response? They attempt to smash open the pod and free the captain. This is hilarious because there is a fire burning inside the pod, that if released would threaten the ENTIRE ship and rest of the crew. Why not just starve the pod of the oxygen it apparently has?

We later see the charred corpse of the captain being hauled on a body bag. Not in a body bag, on the body bag. Why? A few seconds later we see that the body bags can be closed around corpses. Why wasn't the captain's corpse in the bag? Well, the scene is supposed to make you feel bad, but there wasn't any emotional attachment to the character to begin with, so it's as tragic as seeing a background character die. Terrible, yes, but no-one the audience cares about, so the emotional weight is lost and it just serves to remind us this crew is actually quite stupid - after all, they can't figure out body bags on the first try.

Next we see the new captain say: "No funerals! Fix ship first!" Bullshit, because we see a funeral for the dead captain, again, maybe minutes later, and funerals take like all of a few a minutes. Hilarious.

Then we get the plot hook. Shaw (from Prometheus) sent out a signal, and it leads to ANOTHER Earth like planet on the way to their destination - what are the odds? Also, what are the odds that a energy wave would intercept the ship at just the right moment for them to pick up Shaw's signal, AND be reasonably close to this planet?

Because this new planet looks good too, the new captain decides to go check it out - most likely breaking all of his contractual obligations with his employer and with the crew.

So they go to this planet, and like complete rubes, they get out and explore it without any form of environmental protection. Again, for supposedly bright people, they're not so smart. Aren't there protocols they have to follow? Written procedures?

Of course, the scene is written this way, otherwise, no Aliens - right?  We then get the inevitable infection of crew members.

This leads us to one of the funniest scenes in the entire movie. One of the infected soldiers is brought back to the landing ship with two women, and stuck in the med bay. The back burster appears and one of the women traps the other woman in the bay with an obviously dangerous creature. We are then treated to a Benny Hill sequence of slap stick comedy. The trapped woman slips and falls in a pool of blood and dies. The free woman runs off, gets a shotgun, but comes back to only slip and fall in the blood as well, then she tries to escape again, but gets her foot stuck in the door. She frees herself, and runs to the cargo bay. Here she jumps a flight of stairs, lands, and breaks her ankle. Then she gets a shotgun, fires wildly at the Alien and blows up the ENTIRE ship in a spectacular fireball!

I laughed so hard. See, this works on many levels. One level that it works on, is that is subverts the Feminist propaganda that women are just as bad-ass as men, if not more so. They show us women freaking out, slipping in blood, mishandling a shotgun, and blowing up the ship getting themselves killed, all because they didn't follow procedure and wear fucking environment protection equipment.

There are more laughs after this, of course, but honestly, it's pretty stupid, and I only really wanted to talk about the above scene. Daniels, the main female lead is quite conveniently kept alive the entire movie, because of plot armor. She kills 1 Alien by wasting millions of dollars worth of equipment that they're going to need on their new planet, how much will that retard their colonization efforts? This again subverts Feminist propaganda.

In the end, it's an unintentional comedy of errors that's trying too hard. Pleasant to look at, but otherwise vapid.

If you haven't seen Alien Covenant, I don't recommend it. I honestly had to find this movie funny, and laugh at its flaws in order to stick with it. If you want to watch it, watch up until the landing craft blows up. You'll get some laughs and won't waste a full 2 hours. If you want to watch it to completion, open yourself up to its hilarity and enjoy some good belly laughs.

Monday, August 21, 2017

A Consistent Critic

Sargon of Akkad has been a consistent critic of AntiFa for months now (at least). He has a regular show, This Week in Stupid, that re-caps the events of the past week. This week's video is an excellent critique of AntiFa and its relationship with the media. Even provides a good idea on how o handle the AltLeft.

While Sargon is a liberal, and we disagree on certain things, I'm in full agreement with him when it comes to AntiFa and the AltLeft. They need to be stopped, and we need to call them by their true names:  terrorists. If you can't stomach to call them terrorists, call them criminals. Both are equally true.

Edit: If you agree with Sargon and I, and think that AntiFa should be formally addressed as terrorists by the US government, then you may to sign this petition.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Cultural Erasure

The destruction of the statue in Durham wasn't the beginning. No, the cultural erasure of the West and America in particular started much earlier than that; although I'm finding it a hard time to define when.

Many people have already written about what the destruction of this statue means.

I see it, and I think of Germany.

Germany is so vehemently ashamed of its past as Nazis, that they're willing to import immigrants by the millions and erase themselves. Despite all of the wonderful innovations and contributions Germany has brought to the world.

I think of Paul Joseph Watson's video about modern art.

These leftists, these criminals, these vandals, don't even possess the decency to respect the statue as a piece of art. Why tear it down? Why not let some collector buy it? Why not hide it away in the private vault or a museum? What would they erect in its place - some statue of an androgynous, beastly non-person screaming into the sky? Probably just trash they want us to believe is art.

It makes me think of the USA.

We're importing migrants by the buttload. How long before the descendants of our founders are replaced by immigrants? Are we like the Germans, so ashamed of our past that we need to erase ourselves? To that I say: FUCK THAT SHIT!

Yes, the USA has a fucked up history, so fucking what? EVERY country, EVERY nation, EVERY tribe of man, EVERY culture has a fucked up history. We have to accept that our nation made those mistakes. We have to accept the terribleness of those decisions. But we can't accept those mistakes and begin to grow from those mistakes if we erase the history and cultural significance of those decisions.

Look at how we have grown! Look at how we've learned from those mistakes! We've ended slavery, we invented the car, we invented the airplane, we invented the internet, we put a man on the moon, we put a robot on Mars, and so much more!

The USA is the greatest nation in the world. No one else has freedom like ours. No one else has contributed so much to the world. THIS IS SOMETHING TO BE PROUD OF! THIS IS SOMETHING WORTH PERPETUATING! WORTH PROTECTING!

I'm an American of the United States. This is my nation.

I won't be replaced! I won't be erased! I will not accept the Alt-Left's attempts to silence me!

I'm here to stay. I'm here to win.

Monday, August 14, 2017

The Left is Gonna Get Shot.

Today, Sargon of Akkad posted a video about how the YouTuber known as Baked Alaska may have suffered permanent eye damage from being peppered sprayed.
I've written about the violent left in my blog before, and shared several other peoples' opinion on their violence as well.
Consistently, the one thing that no one else seems to want to talk about is how these violent attacks could potentially justify the use of deadly force. Sadly, this yet again another example.
I don't know what the law would say about permanent eye damage - would it be considered serious bodily harm, or does it have to be blindness? I don't know. What I do know, between macing people and causing eye damage, bashing people's skulls causing concussions and memory loss, and beating a man unconscious, if the left haven't already justified the use of deadly force, they're getting closer and closer to crossing that line.
The day they cross that line,  is the day one of them is going to get shot, and on that day: we're all fucked.
If anyone knows /pol/ lets see if we can't expose more of these leftists so justice can be served.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Google Army

Years ago, I don't remember, I once wrote a Facebook post where I stated that I would willing join the Google Army if mega-corporations ever became a thing, because at that time, I believed that Google actually respected peoples' individual, God-given, unalienable rights.

Boy was I wrong!

Let me apologize for pledging my allegiance to such an organization. Google has clearly pledged their allegiance to the false god of diversity. I will not pledge myself to the same false god. Fuck Google.

But, I'm using their products: Blogger, Gmail, Chrome, etc. Well, I don't pay for any of these products, so there is that, but yes, if a better platform presented itself, I will transition.

I've been one of the guys encouraging people that we need a new platform on YouTube. I'm ready to put my money where my mouth is.

Yes, I'm on (, and ( I recommend you get on there too.

The next phase is a replacement for YouTube and Patreon.

They can never silence you again once we break away and form our own platforms.

Monday, August 7, 2017


I recommend that you watch the whole thing, but if you're short on time, just watch the last 8 minutes.

by Rudyard Kipling

It was not part of their blood,
It came to them very late,
With long arrears to make good,
When the Saxon began to hate.

They were not easily moved,
They were icy -- willing to wait
Till every count should be proved,
Ere the Saxon began to hate.

Their voices were even and low.
Their eyes were level and straight.
There was neither sign nor show
When the Saxon began to hate.

It was not preached to the crowd.
It was not taught by the state.
No man spoke it aloud
When the Saxon began to hate.

It was not suddently bred.
It will not swiftly abate.
Through the chilled years ahead,
When Time shall count from the date
That the Saxon began to hate.


Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Connecting Dots

If you read my blog, you have may noticed that I like to post videos that I find are all linked together - either by theme or ideas explored. As I've stated, everything is connected. Today, I'm posting these videos and article in order, because I found particular similarities between "the beautiful ones," homosexuals, the lack of privacy and gay pride parades, the Last Man, Universe 25/Mouse Utopia and what is going on in Europe. I wanted to write more about these connections, but then I re-watched TL;DR's video and his ending, and realized he summarize quite nicely all of the other connections.

The last two videos, Black Pigeon Speak's video on CRISPR Gene Editing, and Jordan Peterson and Stefan Molyneux's video on Sorting Yourself Out, represent possible solutions or hope for society through individual choices and the advancements in technology.

Just remember, as TL;DR explained, we must be careful when drawing conclusions from the Universe 25/Mouse Utopia experiment and humanity.

Monday, July 31, 2017

My Review of Atomic Blonde.

It's boring. I wasn't nearly as bored by Atomic Blonde as I was by Batman V. Superman, but I still wished it ended far sooner than it did. I don't know if it was just Charlize Theron in this particular role, or her in general, but she had zero charisma in this film. If this film was meant to sell us on the idea that she would make a good, female James Bond, they failed.

All this movie had going for it were some neat visuals, a crazy, bonkers versions of 1989 Berlin, Germany, a softcore, lesbian sex scene, and James McAvoy. Unfortunately, you've seen this character done by McAvoy before in other films. You know what? I wonder if they hired McAvoy to add some much needed charisma to the film, too bad he wasn't enough.

So, unless you want to go watch a porn scene, in public, with Theron and Sofia Boutella, and get away with it by calling it art - skip it.

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Trump's Ban

Am I the only one excited about Trump's ban on trans serving in the military?


The military just avoided a logistic nightmare!

What logistic nightmare, you say? Well, let's get into that.

Boot camp would require 4 rooms per integrated (male, female, and trans) division of recruits. Why 4? Well, you can't really put a trans-woman (man into woman) into the female room. Most trans-women still have their penises. Boot camp actively discourages sexual relationships between recruits. The same is true for trans-men (women to men). Oddly, there are less statistic on the number of women who transition and keep their vaginas.

In boot camp, recruits are injected with numerous drugs - penicillin, tetanus shots, flu shots, and more. While most of these probably don't have any negative side-effects when interacting with estrogen and testosterone supplements, the military must still be prepared for possible medical complications - which will take time, resources, training, and money to research and put policy into place (we all know how wasteful the DOD is). There is also the long term consequences of men taking estrogen and of women taking testosterone.

This is also very expensive, and the taxpayers, through the military will be forced to pay for all of the trans' estrogen, testosterone, blockers, surgeries, and psychological care. The average cost of a US soldier is over $100,000 a year, with all of the additional care the trans will need, they'll cost even more.

Back to boot camp, when recruits are issued their uniforms on the first day/night, all of the men are gathered into one room, where they're forced to strip down, and put on their new uniforms. The same goes for women, but in separate room. For the trans, just like their living quarters, they will either need two new rooms for this process, or they'll have to wait until a room is available - adding time to the whole process. They then have to be segregated to trans-women, trans-men and ensure they get the necessary uniform items.

What physical fitness standards will they be held to? Trans-women will blow the low PT standards out of the water, while trans-men may struggle. We know this because trans-women are beating regular women in sports where they're allowed to compete against each other. The whole physical fitness standards must then be adjusted. Unfortunately, if lowered across the board, then we get fat, lazy soldiers who aren't fit to fight. Women and men are also measured differently for body fat percentage. Men have narrower hips than women, and this will be true for trans-women - if the trans are measured in accordance with their biological sex, then their "gender-preferences" aren't being respected.

Which brings us to the fact that trans-gendered people are delusional. Boot camp is an intentionally tough time, both mentally, and physically, and it's intended to weed out the weak. Compound the mental strain onto trans' delusions, and that's a recipe for failure - if not during boot camp, then after boot camp. Why set people up for failure?

I haven't even gotten out of boot camp, and I've demonstrated that this would have been a nightmare. The decisions that would've been made would have had far reaching consequences and long term costs. Considering that the active military makes less than 1 percent of the population, and trans make up about .3 percent - we were talking about catering to a fraction of a fraction of the population that were both trans and wanted to serve in the military. For what? The costs would've been ENORMOUS and I've yet to see any reports on how the military, and the people in general, would actually have benefited from paying this cost.

Oh, and for all the service members who want to fight back against Trump, fuck 'em. They're in direct violation of a lawful order, and Trump should dishonorably discharge anyone that doesn't follow his order, after they serve 2 years confinement.

Drain the swamp.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

My Review of Valerian

Valerian is a good movie, and the hard work and passion put into making this film really shows. Interestingly, the two leads don't fit the archetypal physiques we are used to seeing. They're both short, Dane DeHaan isn't very muscular, and while handsome, he doesn't have the traditional good looks we ascribe to the ideal man. Cara Delevingne is thin, and beautiful in her own right, but not particularly busty, nor does she have a particularly great ass. Oddly enough, this works. I bring this up because it is so starkly contrasting from most movies. It does make it harder to believe Valerian is a lady-killer and has had so many sexual partners.

The plot itself is fairly straight-forward but with a good twist that I won't spoil here. As for acting, I don't know, it wasn't great, but it wasn't so bad that I  had to grit my teeth and bare it. It was serviceable, but it felt like there was a lot of missing emotional weight. This was particularly noticeable with Lauraline who always seemed to be emotionally distant, even though she clearly has feelings for Valerian. Their relationship works, but there is a scene where Valerian pours out his feelings, and that felt a bit off from the rest of the movie.

Technically, the movie is great. It greatly benefited from all of the advancements made after Avatar. The CGI was well done, and there were enough practical effects to make the world believable. The attention to detail was fantastic, and nothing felt wasted.

Lets dive into some of the themes of the movie. The de-emphasis on physicality is interesting. but in a far off distant future, that benefits from advanced technologies from numerous aliens, physicality doesn't matter as much when it can be augmented with power suits. In fact, we learn this in the beginning of the film when Valerian discusses his memory score. Since the The World of a Thousand Planets, Alpha as it's called, was started as the International Space Station, this makes sense. Astronauts today have to be both intelligent and physically fit, but again, in this film, physicality can be augmented. This makes the soldiers of the Human Federation more cerebral, than physical, an interesting switch, but not as well demonstrated when we see Valerian demonstrate numerous physical feats without apparent augmentation.

Another interesting theme, is the idea of not only numerous habitable planets, with thousands of different aliens, but also multiple dimensions, with at least one that can only be accessed through a form of augmented reality. This augmented dimension is subverted, as the alternate dimension is used primarily as a tourist attraction and as the biggest, open-air market in the galaxy, all hosted on a largely barren, desert planet. It's a cool concept, and well thought out, but played for laughs and used as the set piece for the film's first big action scene.

There are many more themes, and ideas going on in this film, and while there isn't enough time in a film to explore all of them, enough ideas are explored to give us a real impression of a living, breathing, believable world. This what I love about good science fiction.

Unfortunately, there are clearly political and social justice messages, not so subtly on display. Again, going back to the physicality thing, while an interesting idea about a more cerebral fighting force (or at leas Federal Agents), it also lends itself to the false idea that men and women are largely interchangeable. This is most apparent with The Pearls, an alien, humanoid race that are androgynous. Their females still have breasts, but the men and women both sound like females. It's weird. 

There is also a political statement about immigration with the scenes involving Bubble. I found this boringly typical, pro-immigration, left wing dogma. It doesn't even make sense. Alpha is an artificial world, created by numerous aliens, and inhabited by millions. Alpha allows for almost all kinds of cultures and almost any kind of behavior. Why then couldn't an alien sex worker (Bubble), not get citizenship? It's never explained, but it's there for the virtue-signaling.

Globalization and multiculturalism are also big themes in this movie. Again, Alpha started as Earth's International Space station. We see the USA getting along with the Russians, then with the Chinese, and then with all the rest of the world. As this progresses, so does the space station grow, until it's big enough to attract aliens. Despite the realities of how cultures tend to clash, all of the different races get along, and there aren't any big racial or cultural clashes on Alpha. The evil General has a somewhat "nationalistic" view, and is willing to trample over the Pearls whom he deems as "savages." Can you see where this going?

The above actually brings up valid criticism of war and the consequences of war and war crimes. This is a great subject to explore with science fiction, but it's not explored here very well beyond: war is bad, and all races and cultures are equally good/valid/have-something-to-offer - despite reality showing us that no, not all cultures are good. Some cultures are clearly better than others. We actually see this in the film as one group of aliens is willing to eat other intelligent races - and this is tolerated by Alpha's government.

What I do like about Valerian are all of the concepts on display. I really enjoy seeing creatively designed aliens, the imagination of the creators brought to life as they explore what could be. I like how Valerian and Lauraline's relationship is an old one, not new, and we're jumping into it after it's well established. I like all of the technology on display - especially the AR-alternate-dimension, and how people bring things into and out of it. I love the attention to detail.

Valerian is by no means a perfect movie, it is flawed, and the messages are obviously leftist. If you can set that aside, you may enjoy it. If you can't, don't watch it.

Monday, July 17, 2017

Y'All Need Jesus!

Have you seen this clip from Bad Boys II?

"Y'all need Jesus." This is something I like to say to myself when I see someone doing something crazy. What does Jesus represent? Well, lets see what Jesus said of Himself in John 14:6.

Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth and the life."

This is what that means to me:

The Way - the moral, ethical, virtuous, and righteous path. The way to live one's life.

The Truth - the truth. The opposite of lies. Honesty.

The Life - the opposite of death. Living.

So, when I say that someone needs Jesus, what am I saying? They need to be virtuous, ethical, moral; they need to hear the truth and not lies; they need to live, and to stop embracing death.

Let's look at the Left. As of late, they have been embracing more and more hedonism. Hedonism is self-gratification. Hedonism is short term pleasure over long term goals/gains. The Left lies. Just look at CNN, and SJWs. The left doesn't live. Sure, they exist in life, but look at their activism - it promotes death, destruction, and violence. They are extremely lucky that people haven't died because of their attacks.

They are clearly in need of Jesus. If they were virtuous, perhaps they wouldn't be so violent. If they could hear the truth, perhaps they would stop believing and spreading lies. If they had a life, perhaps they would see how their actions will cause death.

Those opposed to evil must follow Jesus. They must embrace virtue, and hate evil. They must be honest, and destroy lies. They must have a life, for when you are alive, you don't fear death.

Everything is connected.

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Don't Watch this Video!

People have recently noticed that a video is strangely missing from someone's list of video. Is YouTube censoring content? Even when signed in, and with the content filter off, it's not there in the list.

The Prodigal Son

The story of the Prodigal Son is a story I'm well familiar with, having grown up hearing this story.

Recently, I've been thinking about it. As the story goes, the son runs off to experience all the world has to offer him, but in the end none of the what world had to offer was as good as what his father had to offer - so he returns, and his return is celebrated by all expect his brother.

I don't know what other people focus on when they think about this story, but I've been focusing on lately, is the father, and what he didn't do.

The father didn't pursue his son, he didn't even say no to the son. He let the son go to make decisions for himself, and then he celebrated when the son chose to return to him.

This decision to choose the father over the world, is essentially a parable of how important it is for people to choose God. But, to look at it much more broadly, it's a parable of how important it is for people to choose goodness, righteousness, honesty, courage, and all of the other virtues.

It's also relevant for what is going on in today's world. The people of the world have chosen the world and all of its immediate gratifications: food, sex, entertainment, and many other types of pleasures. They have chosen the false virtues - what is known as virtue-signalling. They have chosen short term pleasure over long term goals. Now it's all coming to fruition - the famine of morality, culture, and virtues is here.

On a more personal level, my life has mirrored the son's life in many ways. I went out into the world, and saw much of it. I partook in all of the earthly, short-term pleasures: sex, food, entertainment. But all of that has been hollow, and I often look back and ask myself what would've been a better use of my time.

Now, I'm at a point in my life where I am at a transition. I want to be me. The best version of me. To be good. To do good. Shall I return to my Father's house?

Monday, July 10, 2017

CNN Succumbs To Meme Warfare - Vol. IV

This has been the best compilation I've seen so far! I laughed almost non-stop (I took a break to post a comment). Please share favorite #CNNMemewar memes, and/or compilations.

Let's see those rare Pepes!

Friday, July 7, 2017

Fix Marvel Comic's Star Wars

Of Marvel's Star Wars Comics, I've only read a few issues. I read the entirety of the Shattered Empire mini-series, and roughly the first volume of the main Star Wars series. I didn't like it. It didn't feel like Star Wars. So, I stopped reading it.

What I didn't like about Shattered Empire: Shattered Empire was a diversity checklist. The main character is a woman. She's also not white. She get's shoe horned into adventures with the main characters. The comic makes references to all of the places from the movies, in a very artificial way. In the end it was all about Force sensitive trees - stupid. They retconned the Rebel Commandos into a diverse fighting force full of men and women, despite what is seen in the movies. The main character settles down on Yavin 4 - why? Why did Palpatine want to destroy Naboo, his homeworld?

What I liked about Shattered Empire: It fleshed out a side character, like the old stories used to do. Palpatine had an evil plan in place for when he died. It added some details that didn't detract from what was shown in the movies.

What I didn't like about the Star Wars comics: Luke uses his lightsaber WAY too much. Luke encounters and fights Vader far too early, deflating their big fight in Empire Strikes Back.  The way the artist decided to illustrate the lightsaber motion - clunky. Those tentacled scavengers were just reworked Jawas. What was a Jawa doing imprisoned on that moon anyway? Some of the art makes Han Solo look like a Neanderthal or some sort of ape-man. Why is Boba Fett chasing Luke and not Han? Sana sucks. Han's hideout planet sucks if its electrical atmosphere can't keep out TIE fighters. The artwork for some of the aliens sucks.

What I liked about the Star Wars comics: Having the heroes work together to go get shit down, and continue the fight against the Empire - good. Sabotaging an Imperial arms factory and free slaves - good. Vader was good.

Here are my proposals to making the comics better:

First, adopt some guidelines:
  1. Never supersede the movies. If it wasn't in the movies, doesn't sound like it could've been in the movies, or doesn't look like it could've been in the movies - don't publish it. Essentially, no retconning without cause.
  2. Never supplant the main heroes. No one can be better than the main characters from the movies. This doesn't mean that characters can't grow to be as good as the main characters, but they can't exceed them. Essentially, no Mary-Sues.
  3. Understand the source material. Understand the time in which it was created. Understand where it was created. Understand how it was created. Understand the why. Watch the movies, repeatedly.
  4. Write to the time line. You have 3 years between A New Hope and Empire Strikes Back. You have 1 year between Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. Always keep this mind. Keep your stories tight. Don't get bloated like Dark Horse and the original Marvel Star Wars comics.
Second, some specific suggestions for direct fixes:
  • Find better artists. Find artists that can draw the Star Wars characters without needing to trace still images from the movies
  • Hire better writers. Hire people who love Star Wars, who want to dig into all of its lore and mine it for ideas.
  • Tone down Luke's use of his lightsaber to almost nothing. Seriously. Luke doesn't learn how to really use his 'saber until Empire Strikes Back, after his training with Yoda. Show Luke practicing what Obi Wan showed him in ANH (they do actually do this), but show him failing at it (very slow progression). Show him accidentally cutting something realizing just how dangerous they are.
  • Stop feminizing Luke Skywalker. In many drawings of Luke, he looks like a woman. Gross. Stop that! This goes back to the better artists.
  • Stop drawing Han like a big dumb brute. Again, better artists.
  • Luke should never fight Vader directly. Never supersede what is in the movies. In fact, just keep Vader separate from the main characters as much possible. Make all of their encounters long distance.
  • Kill off Dr. Aphra. She's a terrible character. Also, destroy her droids. Her astromech has too many weapons in it to be taken seriously. Again, never supersede what is in the movies. Nothing else in the Star Wars movies had weapons like that droid does.
  • Get rid of Sana. Seriously. She's a strong independent woman. Why is she pursuing Han?
  • Tone down the diversity. Star Wars is inherently diverse - trillions of people in the canon universe, you don't have to force it. People's outward characteristics aren't their only qualities, nor should they be their dominant qualities - that's poor writing. Additionally, as your sales-numbers have shown: forced diversity doesn't work.
  • Let the men be men, and the women be women. See above. Stop trying to make all of the women so much better than the men. Men and women are different and each have their own unique strengths and weaknesses. Embraces that. It's natural, it's reality.
  • Boba Fett should be hunting Han, not Luke. It would fit far better with the movies
Lastly, I also have some ideas for the story.

Anytime Darth Vader shows up, the situation should suddenly feel tense. I don't know how you'd portray this in comics, maybe by changing characters' speech patterns. Darth Vader just lost the Death Star. He's obviously angry, but isn't lashing out at people. Why? Instead he seems focused, intensely focused, almost calm. What does Vader know that his underlings don't know?

Now, take the above situation, lets expand that. Things in the Empire have gotten tense since the Death Star exploded. The wider galaxy didn't even know the space station existed - because the Empire keeps a strangle hold on the HoloNet. This is a great place to write about the obvious information war going on between the  Rebels and the Empire.

We know that the Rebellion had spies throughout the Empire, and that there were Imperial deserters. With the unease throughout the Empire growing, and the hunt for Rebels intensifying, how are the spies doing? They see Vader, the Emperor, and the Imperial High Command are all extremely calm. What do they know that know one else knows?

Rogue One, for all of its faults, showed us that there were different mentalities within the Rebellion. With the destruction of the Death Star, some of those mentalities obviously would've wanted to press their advantage. Why didn't they? By Empire we see the Rebels hiding on Hoth? Why? Who and what convinced them that hiding and building up their forces was a better idea then pressing the attack?

Luke is obviously friends with Dak Ralter by Empire. How did that friendship develop? In fact, why not spend more time on Luke developing as a fighter pilot. What other friendships did he develop with the other pilots and Rebels?

One thing Marvel did well, was Luke seeking a teacher. I never though about before. That's good, but keep his force and lightsaber training to minimum. Let him practice infrequently - he is after all a Rebel pilot now and his duties will call him away. When he practices the Force, don't make it like what we see in Empire. Maybe he's just lying on his cot, with a blast helmet on, trying to reach out with his senses. Maybe's he gotten away from his friends for a moment and just concentrating on something, trying to summon the same sensation he felt during his trench run. As for his lightsaber training - see above. Maybe he encounters a swordsman? Can the swordsman teach Luke when there are fundamental differences in their tools?

Develop the relationships between the main characters. Luke witnessed Vader kill Obi wan - how does he feel about it? Does it make him angry? Does he act on that anger? Does Luke and Han, talk to Leia about her torture by Darth Vader? How is she feeling about that? How do they feel about that? What are their thoughts? How is Leia feeling about the loss of Alderaan? Why is Han sticking around with the Rebels? What makes him decide to leave at Hoth? Develop Leia and Han's relationship. Take it slow. There are 3 years here.

Develop the supporting caste. How does Wedge Antilles become the leader of Rogue Squadron? How is Rogue Squadron formed? What is Mon Mothma up to? How are some of the other Rebel characters recruited or were they always there? If some of them were always there, how did they rise to power or to the spotlight?

Develop the Empire. Who are their elite teams? How are some of their members reacting? Just tell stories from their perspective.

In general, take what is seen in the movies, and work backwards. What happened in the time between the movies that got the characters to where they're at? Ask questions, and seek answers. Think things through and always ask if it makes sense - if it follows the rules of the Star Wars universe.

I love Star Wars, and I want to see its comics be the best it can be. It saddened me greatly how much political correctness, "diversity," and SJW bullshit infected its comics after the Force Awakens.

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Need Ideas for the Meme War, Summer 2017?

Since I can't make a gif to save my life, here are all of my ideas:

The Matrix: Trinity kicks the cops; Neo stops all of the agents' bullets; Neo bursts open Agent Smith and the other agents run away

Star Wars: Episode II: When the AT-TEs shoot down the trade federation ship during the battle of Geonosis; Mace Windu chops off Jango's head

Star Wars: Episode I: Darth Maul kills Qui-Gon Jin; when Anakin blows up the Trade Federation ship

The "You're a White Male!" meme replaced with "You're Fake News!"

Batman Dark Knight Rises: Bane breaks Batman's back

Scanners: The head exploding scene

That video clip of that white guy slapping all of the people at a BBQ (Slaps for Everyone)

Millions Way to Die in the West: The giant ice cube crushing death scene

Turbo Kid: When he blows up the villain

Spaceballs: Dark helmet playing with the dolls

Indian Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark: The ark of the covenant is opened scene, and the Nazi's face melts

Platoon: Willem Dafoe's death scene

Star Trek (TOS): Kirk vs Gorn; Trouble with Tribbles; Kirk slapping himself

Star Trek The Movie: The Khan scene

Captain America: Civil War: When Captain America jump double-kicks Crossbones/his soldier off of the Humvee

Luke Cage: The hallway fight scene

Ong Bak 2: The Protector: The stairwell fight scene

Street Fighter: Ryu uppercuts Sagat; any of the post fight, "you lost" scenes

Hot Shots Part Duex: Any of it

Titan Maximum, Pilot Episode: When Lt. Gibbs shoots the reporter

The Punisher: The finale when the Punisher (Thomas Jane) sends Howard Saint (John Travolta) to his explosive death

Hobo with a Shotgun: Any seen where the hobo takes out the bad guys

That's it for today, folks! Hope you're inspired! Keep the shit-posting!

If you have any questions on how to use these, or what I was thinking, leave a comment. If you'd like me to re-tweet your memes, leave a comment below.

Monday, July 3, 2017

Baby Daddy

The Daily Mail posted an article today, in which they discussed the idea of transplanting wombs into men.

The first third of the article discusses whether or not taxpayers should pay for such surgeries. Ridiculous! The answer is of course: no. Taxpayers should not pay for the lifestyle choices of others - regardless if that choice has a negative or positive impact on society. Having a womb is not a human right. A womb is a birthright to women, and women only, just as a penis is a birthright to men, and men only. If a delusional male wants to have a womb surgically implanted in his body - fine, but he gets to spend his own money to do it, and no one else's. He must also accept any and all consequences for that decision. End of discussion.

The next third discusses how women have already received womb transplants and have successfully given birth. Fantastic! Amazing! It's always awe inspiring to see how far we've come with medical science and how much adversity humanity can overcome. Simply amazing.

But, this point is used to confound the issue. They point to these successes and ask the question: Why not men? Probably because men aren't genetically made to give birth to children! Men don't have a birth canal. Will men give birth through their urethra? Of course not! The only way for men "to give birth" to children would be through C-Section.

C-sections are performed by surgically cutting open the woman, temporarily removing her organs, and then surgically opening the womb to remove the child. Then everything has to be put back into place and sewn shut. This requires months of recovery time. As the primary providers in most relationships, how exactly will the men bring home the bacon? Not to mention all of the potential health risks, although, those are admittedly low.

What about the placenta? We know how it functions in women, but do we know how it function in men? Can we guarantee that it will function the same way? What about lactation? We know that men on estrogen can develop breasts, and these can lactate, but will their lactation be triggered in the same way as women are upon child birth? What complications will be presented by a pregnant man taking an excess of estrogen to make themselves "women"? What about the differences in male and female pelvic bones? Female pelvises are optimized for child bearing, men's aren't. What complications will that present?

I'm just some dude on the internet, but I seem to be more capable of asking more pertinent questions then these writers do!

The last bit pays a lip to the concerns people may have about all of this, but instead of answering any of those possible questions, or even writing one concrete question that needs to be asked, they move the discussion back to taxes. Cowards, and liars by omission.

Throughout this article, they mention a trans-man who is pregnant, pointing to "his" "success". They are so caught up with the idea of a "man" being pregnant that they completely omit the fact "he" must still be a woman, because "he" must obviously still have a functional uterus, vagina, breasts, and the supporting muscular and skeletal anatomy to have a child! Again, lies by omission.

I don't care what this person wants to call itself, but I'm going to call it a woman - because if it can get pregnant and give birth like a woman, it must be a woman.

These writers, these publishers, and these medical professionals are so caught up in this idea that they never stop to ask one very important question: Just because they can, does that mean they should?

Monday, June 19, 2017

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

The Violence of the Left is Spreading

Today, 4 people were shot in Alexandria, Virginia. One of the people shot was Republican Representative Steve Scalise. The suspect, is an alleged Bernie Sanders supporter, and part of a group called "Terminate the Republican Party," at least per his Facebook page (now removed).

Back in May, 2 people were stabbed to death in Portland, Oregon. The suspect, again, is a Bernie Sanders supporter.

Bernie Sanders is a Democratic Socialist. Democratic socialism is just socialism by any other name, and socialism falls under the same umbrella political ideology as collectivism. As history has shown, from Communist Russia, NAZI Germany, Communist China, North Korea, Vietnam, Cuba, and even India - collectivism is an inherently violent ideology. Largely, this violence has come from communism, but as we're seeing here in the US, it can also come from socialism.

The violence of the left is no longer constrained to those who believe in collectivism and already had violent/criminal tendencies (AntiFa, and BAMN). It now appears to be spreading to individuals on the fringes of this belief, who are apparently self-radicalizing and turning to violence as their solution.

This is just like Islam. Like Islam, I fear that the left will grow more violent, as the media and politicians push more and more for impeachment. As the SJWs continue to hate everything. As progressives continue to push for ever more societal change.

It's time to take a stand, to fight back, to make the wicked retreat back to the sea. We can't love them, for they are not good. We must hate their actions, for their actions are evil. You can start fighting back whenever you hear the lies of progressive/socialist/communist values spoken by your friends and/or family. Don't let it go unchallenged. Speak truth to their lies. Speak truth to power.

Everything is connected, and our decisions have consequences.

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Love, Hate, and Morality

An extremely interesting set of videos, and very relevant to current events, and to my last post. We cannot be morally consistent if we try to love what is both good and what is evil. We must love what is good, and hate what is evil.

Thus, we can't love murderers, rapists, thieves, liars, people who bear false witness, or those who incite violence in our communities.

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Practice What You Preach

Whenever Islamic terrorists attack, we often ask, "where are the 'moderate' Muslims who condemn these acts of violence?"

Maybe they don't know how.

Well, if we accept this argument, let me then show them how condemn of your own faith.

If you've followed the news, then you may have heard about some Christian Militias in Africa who've been killing Muslims. Yeah. Fuck these guys. They're not Christians. They're scum. They're criminals. I hope they get caught and are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

To be a Christian means to follow Christ. To follow Christ, means you don't go running around killing people for their beliefs. Yes, I know that Christ drove the money changers from the temple (Matthew 21:12-13), and I understand that's an act of aggression and violence, however, in any translation of that passage, Jesus never killed them. Yes, I know that Christ told his disciples to buy swords (Luke 22:36), but when one of those swords was used, Jesus was quick to condemn his disciple (John 18:10) - and then healed the wounded man.

Do you know what else Jesus never did? He didn't drug children and turn them into soldiers, you sick fucks. Jesus didn't chase down and slaughter his enemies. He taught to love your neighbor as yourself, and to go the extra mile. Your murder of civilians, regardless of faith, is evil, and God will judge you for this - for murder is a sin.

Fuck these so called "Christians." Jesus may forgive them for their sins, but these murderers are still bound by the laws of man. I hope they get what they deserve.

For any "moderate" Muslim out there reading this, there you go, that's how you condemn someone.

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Last Man Standing Review

If you haven't heard, Last Man Standing, a TV show starring Tim Allen has been canceled. Many people have been saying that the cancellation was due to the show's and Allen's political stance. That may or may not be true, and that's not what I want to write about.

Have you ever heard of the Streisand effect? Well, I never watched Last Man Standing before today, this was for 2 reasons: I don't own a TV and cable subscription, and I wasn't that interested. Now that it's canceled, and on Netflix, I've decided to watch it.

I've only watched the first 3 episodes, but I've really enjoyed it. It's sweet. It's a classic family sit-com. I definitely recommend it.

The show is definitely conservative leaning. Whether or not this actually reflects the creators' and actors' values, or if it's just to appeal to a certain demographic, I'm not going to speculate. The show makes fun of SJWs, communists, socialist, and beta-males - at least so far in the first season and 3 episodes. This is all appealing to conservatives, and right-wingers, and if you consider yourself one, you may like Last Man Standing.

Personally, I think it could be better. One of the characters is a single mother who is working a full time job. She still lives with her parents, in their home, and I don't why she can't just stay home and take care of her son rather than send him to a SJW indoctrination pre-school. Thankfully, Tim Allen's character calls out the school's bullshit for it is, but by the end of the episode, the kid ends up back in that same pre-school. I get it, sometimes you have to compromise, but do you know what you don't compromise on? Your values. At least there is nothing great about the pre-school or its teacher, and he is displayed the pathetic tool that he is.

Thankfully, reality is illuminating the dangers of this SJW bullshit. Hopefully we learn this sooner rather than later.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

No Taxes, No Services?

Do you want to know why I consider myself more of a conservative? More of a small-government guy? This.

Penn & Teller had a similar episode on their Bullshit show.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Writing About What I Want to Write About

I share a lot of content that other people create. I do this because I like what they have to say, I enjoyed their content, and want to share it.

I haven't written much that I've actually wanted to write about. The reviews, and the few other things.

There is a lot of things I've want to write. I can't just simply write these things. I need to do the research behind the subjects first.

I'm not doing that research.

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

We Criticize What We Care About

I'm going to criticize the right for a bit.

My first criticism: Do not become the aggressors. During the last riots in Berkeley, CA, the one where the right and AntiFa actually clashed, recent footage has come out that some of those on the right actually started punching first. Do not become the aggressors. The whole reason you were winning this argument, was because you WEREN'T being the aggressor. The instant you become the aggressor and use violence, you have LOST the argument. By all means, defend yourself, but never, ever be the ones to start the violence.

My second criticism: What the heck happened with this budget bill? 1.1 TRILLION dollars for the next few months (at least), and it pays for all of the things you stand against? Republicans, you CONSTANTLY campaign yourselves as the party of the small, limited government, what is smaller and more limited than a government that can't function because it can't get paid? Oh, what, you scared all of those employees would lose their jobs and have to go find a job in the private sector? GOOD! AMERICA FIRST! Maybe, if there was this HUGE infusion of AMERICANS looking for a job you wouldn't have to import immigrants by the boatload.

My third criticism: Stop trying to REPLACE Obamacare, and focus on REPEALING Obamacare. Socialized medicine doesn't work. You don't even have to look further than the Phoenix VA to understand that. Repeal Obamacare, then get in there, figure out what's wrong with the healthcare system, and pass the most minimal laws you can to help it - better yet, repeal more laws to alleviate the regulations on system. Remember: SMALLER government.