Minions movie promotes service to Evil

If you live on Earth summer of 2015 you may have seen the new Minions movie being advertised here and there. It has yellow, cartoonish suppository-looking generic characters, and I find it annoying. It’s another ploy by the corporate machine to try make you excited about something very average by excessive ad-campaigns and hype. I’ve despised crap like this all my life. There’s been Harry Potter, Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code, Twilight and now Minions.

But wait, there’s more. A couple of days ago I saw poster on the movie with the description: “Yay evil”. That, and the fact that the movie is called Minions, says it all.

The movie is trying to tell children (and adults who are dumb enough to fall for it) that it’s cool to serve evil. I haven’t seen the movie, but simply based on the propaganda campaign behind it I can say for a fact it won’t be that great. It might be entertaining, but won’t be anything better than that. I cannot say much about the plot that apparently these yellow suppositories are creatures who love to become minions of evil overlords, or something like that. Is that the message you want to send? You’re a powerless little piece of shit, but at least you can follow someone strong and cause havoc before someone wipes you out. It’s definitely more fun than being the victim of such a group, so why not join ’em?

When I was a child my heroes were characters like He-Man or the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He-Man was the strongest man in the universe and always did the right thing. The turtles were a bit mischievous and unruly, but there was little doubt they were the good guys. Kids these days get these generic little servants of evil to look up to. I’m sure they’ll grow up with honorable and worthwhile values.

The promotion of evil that Minions does openly is pretty much what I was talking about two years ago when I wrote an article titled Minionism. Notice the similarity?





NASA found Earth’s “cousin”

NASA claims to have found ‘Earth’s bigger, older cousin’. Sounds like  empty hype to me. The new planet, Kepler-452b, is situated somewhat similarly to Earth in relation to its sun, so it could theoretically maybe have life. Although “NASA can’t say for sure whether the planet is rocky like ours or has water and air”. So basically they haven’t said anything. It’s like seeing a small rock protruding from earth and suggesting it might be the antenna for a massive ancient space ship buried underground.

I don’t expect NASA to find any actual signs of life on that planet, since I don’t think NASA actually explore anything. I think they mostly make stuff up. I question whether Kepler-452b even exists. For all I know they made it up. How about some actual pictures, some evidence other than an artist’s rendition of what the planet looks like. I have more faith in the existence of Kashyyyk than what NASA is selling me.

I predict that NASA won’t provide any solid evidence about this planet containing signs of life. They may have some more vague promises, but I don’t expect them ever to pan out. And if they do, I’d wager it is a hoax.



NASA finds ‘Earth’s bigger, older cousin’:

Who rules in Russia?

Holocaust denial has become illegal in Russia. writes:

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law on Monday making the denial of Nazi crimes and distortion of the Soviet Union’s role in the World War Two a criminal offence punishable by up to five years in jail.

Actions speak louder than words. Maybe Putin has been finally co-opted, maybe he’s always been like that or he’s been replaced by a doppelgänger. Nevertheless seems like he cares for a small ethnic group more than the Russian people.



Holocaust Deniers in Russia Now Face Five Years in Prison:

Homosexuality might be a life-style choice but family is not

For many years I’ve heard that we shouldn’t judge gays for their life-style choice to be gay. Nowadays the Cultural Marxists seem to be saying that homosexuality isn’t a choice, but people are born that way. I don’t really care either way what the cultural norm on the matter is. The fact is homosexuality is an aberration since a man and a woman who get together can and tend to produce children, gay couples can not. Homosexuality serves no biological purpose (except maybe to prevent overpopulation?). That is not to say homosexuals, or childless couples, are some way inferior as human beings compared to others.

In the traditional sense a man and a woman marry, they have children and start a family. That is the norm, not because of any arbitrary cultural construct, but because of the very practical natural reality of perpetuating the species. The purpose of marriage is to start a family. This is something homosexual couples are not equipped to do, which is why in traditional societies homosexuality has not been praised nor promoted, as their life-style does not perpetuate life. I don’t think homosexuals should be hated for this, certainly their life-style should not be celebrated.

The fact that the upper levels of our world’s governments are actively promoting homosexuality and transgenderism, and that they wish to dismantle the family unit, clearly suggests they wish to limit or eradicate the population. Maybe they merely hate all things natural and want to destroy it, or convert humanity and nature to correspond to their cybernetic dreams.

The family is the natural way for human beings to organize themselves. Marriage is usually the prerequisite for it. I personally don’t really see much need for the religious or bureaucratic rituals that precede marriage, but I do believe in the de-facto marriage of man and woman living together to form a family. The recent gay marriage legislation and media hulabaloo is simply to confuse our view of marriage, which based in biology and nature, not social constructs. There was one Korean guy who married a Japanese dakimakura pillow with picture of an anime girl, and a Japanese guy who married a character from a Nintendo DS game. Any rational adult knows that’s not a real marriage. Homosexual marriage is not that far off from this scenario either, since their “marriage” cannot be the foundation for a family.

I have no problem if gays want to live together, nor do I think the government should stop them from calling their relationship a marriage, but the fact is their marriage cannot be the foundation for a family since they cannot reproduce with each other. It is more of a play-marriage.

Being a musician, gamer, athlete, horticulturist or gay may be a life-style choice. Their main goal is enjoyment. Starting a family is something more serious.


Natural News posted an article about an experiment to turn moths gay to stop them from breeding. Sounds similar to what I said about the social purpose of promoting homosexuality.