Cher Bono is a great singer/entertainer, but……..
The 89th showing of the Academy Awards is coming up on February 26th. It is important that we, their “deplorables”, show the likes of Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lawrence, Alec Baldwin, Cher Bono, Barbra Streisand, Ashley Judd, Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Bill Maher and the other arrogant hypocrites, that we, the backbone but stageless people of America, are more united than the bitter, angry, divisive people of the entertainment industry.
The entertainment industry has the highest incidence of drug use, both illegal and pharmaceutical. They have marketed and promoted so many of the ills that plague our society today and have destroyed so many young lives. On the screen and in music, they have glorified violence, drugs, body mutilation, tobacco use, envy, and big government. They have slandered the traditional values of the working man and misrepresented the character of the vast majority of entrepreneurs and businesspersons.
Yet these arrogant, pompous, pampered individuals declare that half of Americans are racist, sexist, and bigoted for voicing political choice through Donald Trump. What the electorate said was not necessarily that they subscribed to all of Mr. Trump’s stated policies nor style, but that they were given only one publicized and “electable” alternative to the despised Mrs.Clinton. And there can be no doubt that the entertainment industry does more to exploit, degrade, minimize, and stereotype women than Donald Trump allegedly ever did.
From Madonna and Miley Cyrus parading on stage with little to no clothing while grabbing their crotches and allowing fans to do the same, to movies that depict women as whores, sluts, and gold-diggers dependent on their bodies for survival, to the deplorable speeches of Madonna and Ashley Judd talking about their periods in a vile manner and talking about blowing up the White House, we must send these people a strong and distinct message that they do not speak for the women of this country and they are not the role models of our young daughters.
The wearing of pink does not negate the black hearts that these people have for our Constitution and wise processes. Nor does it negate the disdain and contempt they have for the American people and our traditional values of self-reliance, personal responsibility, entrepreneurship, integrity, community and family.
We are calling for a full boycott of the entertainment industry for this unwarranted and outrageous display of petulant behavior.
Some in the entertainment industry are mocking us saying, “Go ahead, we don’t need you trash racists”. We are insulted. It is THEY who support all the politicians pandering to racial racketeers and ethnic “identity” politics. Is is THEY who are obsessed with race, collective guilt, and the actions of some people long ago. Is is THEY who help to incite resentment and a new racism both ways. Let’s use their own words and tell them, it is time to “Move On”.
These people do not deserve our hard-earned dollars. It is important that we send a strong and powerful message to this group telling them to stick to their make believe jobs and to leave the politics of this country to the productive people, just as our wise and forward thinking forefathers designed.
Surgeons do not give their customers political lectures in the operating room. Electricians do not give their customers political lectures while troubleshooting a wiring problem. Why do entertainers think they are so holy that they can lecture us customers as to political correctness? As so many of her fans in the audience shouted back to Streisand, “Shut Up and Sing”!
We are not asking you to give up movies. Just put things into perspective, and let them know that boycotts (which they love) can turn right back at them. Take two simple steps:
- First, protest these people by refusing to watch the Academy Awards on February 26. Simply change the channel or go for a walk with your family members and tell them how much you love them.
- Second, forward this request to as many friends as possible and post it on social media to get the word out.
This will only be effective if we show the same unity we exhibited during the election. How powerful will it be if the ratings for the Academy Awards fall in the toilet. It is only for a couple of hours and requires very little effort. When this happens, the arrogant entertainment industry may begin to realize how insignificant and clueless they are.
“Enough is Enough.”
Let them know that their pompous behavior over these past weeks will not be tolerated. Let them know that we will not be silenced and that we are no longer going to be shamed for what we believe. Let them know that just because they are famous entertainers, that does not bestow upon themselves superior wisdom nor insight into the issues that stress our world in economics, culture, markets, and politics. What they try to make “fashionable” is NOT what is necessarily healthy for our bodies or our minds, or the future state of mankind.
Boycott the Academy Awards on February 26, 2017.