Wednesday, November 18, 2009

"The Lives of Others" Depicts Hollywood Ideal of Stasi Snoopery Ruling USA

John Nolte has a great piece on why the pathetic retardos in Hollyweird love Chavez and other Castro-wannabes.
When you and I picture life under Obama’s vision for America, we see a dreary existence spent in breadlines, drab apartments and small jail cells with rat cages strapped to our face conditioning us to say “Herstory” instead of “History.” These Castro-lovers and Polanski-defenders see something completely different.
Watch “The Lives of Others.” Not only is it one of the best films of the decade, it also answers the opening question. You’ll see how life under fascism is the complete fulfillment of every narcissistic desire Susan Sarandon, Barbra Streisand, Oliver Stone, Sean Penn and the rest of their sorry lot has ever had.
Leftist Hollywood is not driven by wealth or artistic freedom, they’re driven by status and the insatiable need to be unconditionally adored. Unfortunately for them, as actors in America, status and adoration is tied to awards and the size of the paycheck – in other words competition and a free market – which they hate. But that’s the least of their worries. All this messy American capitalism forces our favorite artistes into the undignified position of having to beg for money in order to have the millions necessary to watch themselves be all artistic on the big screen, and all this messy American free expression allows people like you and me to criticize and ridicule their hard self-serving work.

Nolte knows that hard work and earning one's honor isn't the way the pervs and perps that comprise Tinseltown's nomenklatura operate. These stoned-slackers want it all and they think that they are entitled to unconditional adoration which they would get if they lived in, say, East Germany before 1989 or the current slave-gulags in Cuba and N. Korea. Nolte sums up the beau-ideal of the trailer-trash "intelligentsia" like high-school dropout Penn or morbidly-obese "health-care expert" Michael Moore as a dystopia where actually scrambling for capital would be unnecessary:
Not so under a dictatorship.
The way they see it, with the right dictator, the State would hand them money for film projects and jail anyone who criticized them in print or elsewhere. Hugo Chavez shutting television stations down doesn’t horrify Leftist Hollywood, it makes them giddy.
Certainly the days of the $20 million pay check and multiple homes would be over, but that would come as a relief because status wouldn’t be tied to uncontrollable market forces. There would be no more stressing all weekend hoping those idiot hicks in Middle America make it a box office hit. As long as the State was happy with the product, the State would hand out status like welfare checks in the form of dinner parties, awards, nice apartments and “important” projects.
But what about artistic freedom, you might ask…
These Leftists enjoy complete artistic freedom now and what do they do with it? They flack for the state, undermine liberty and trash religion. All any fascist dictator would have to say is, “Carry on.”

The suck-ups and libtard elites in the business of movie-making consider themselves artists, which Marlon Brando had enuf integrity to refute by refusing to accept an Oscar for what he considered was mere miming and mouthing---something a Sharon Stone hasn't even mastered to this day!

The Hollywood Blacklist of traitors like Dalton Trumbo was an appropriate response to sad sacks who despise the Constitution almost as much as right-minded citizens despise their pretensions to be "artists."

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