Stating The Obvious – 0098
Podcast: Play in new window | Download
The cruise missile of my intellect carries a nuclear warhead. Global warming is dumping snow on Fort Collins. Propaganda aimed at children is telling them that Christmas may have to be cancelled because of global warming.
This Film Is Not Yet Rated. An interesting documentary about how films are rated in the U.S. You should check this out. I’m going to spend this edition of STO talking about this movie and the points it brings to light.
The organization which rates movies operates in a state of secrecy and censorship, which is all the more interesting given that Hollywood is the nexus of political correctness. If liberals care so much about freedom of speech why don’t they have something to say about this?
What gets you an NC-17 rating? Showing a sex scene in which the woman experience pleasure and/or orgasm. Why wouldn’t the corporations that sell entertainment not want you to see a woman enjoying sex? Why is it okay to show violence, but not sex? I have an answer and it has to do with manipulation of the consumer. I still can’t believe you people sit thru commercials in the cinema. You sheep will allow yourselves to be subjected to anything. And you are paying to watch those commercials.
Why do people spend money, specifically on things they don’t need for survival such a food, shelter and clothing. The difference between capitalism and consumerism. Consumers are people who buy things they don’t need in order to attain emotional satisfaction. Consumers buy things because they are missing emotional fulfilment. Books on marketing are about how to prey on people’s emotional gaps in order to get them to buy stuff.
Now, why aren’t you getting your emotional fulfilment from the people in your life, in your personal connections, in your activities and your creations? For one reason society and the marketing people don’t want you to get your fulfilment from your relationships with other people. If you did so then you wouldn’t buy their shit.
What does all this have to do with women having orgasms in movies? I’m getting there. The world is not simplistic. If women and men watching movies got the idea that they could have sexual relationships with other people which resulted in fantastic orgasms and emotional intimacy those men and women might not need to spend money on shit in an effort to become emotionally fulfilled.
Wow, aren’t I sounding touchy-feely.
“Dating” is not only consumerism, but it reduces women to whores.
The companies that pimp movies also want you to buy their shit.
Now on to violence. Distinctions between two kinds of violence. Realistic, in which you see the consequences of violence and cartoon violence, in which the consequences are hidden or played down.
If I had children I would much rather they see sex and pubic hair than they see a movie full of cartoon violence.
The levels of evil from most acceptable to the least acceptable as determined by the motion picture association:
violent sex such as rape, as long as it’s directed at/against a woman or women
sex in which people enjoy themselves and care about each other
sex in which the woman enjoys it and/or you see female pubic hair
sex involving “aberrant” behaviour, which includes homosexual sex or positions other than doggie or missionary
It’s good for children to see realistic violence so that they understand there are consequence to using violence and will be more intelligent in their application of violence. When people think violence is a game they are more likely to employ it.
Why is it okay for your children to see rape, but evil for them to see pubic hair? Because enough exposure to rape helps to drive a wedge between men and women which will drive the need for more consumerism being as they are not having good sex and intimate relationships.
The the liberals in Hollywood are the friends of homosexuals why does homosexual sex get a NC-17 rating more often than heterosexual sex or rape?
Then there is the power which the military has over any film in which they participate or cooperate.
Stating The Obvious – 0098 — No Comments
HTML tags allowed in your comment: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>