Hollywood Hypes Lesbian Jewish Parable
February 13, 2011Left, director Lisa Cholodenko (left) takes advantage of actress Julianne Moore (right) at Berlin opening of her home movie, "The Kids Are All Right."
Despite her commitment to lesbian marriage and family, Cholodenko presents many of its shortcomings. For everyone, homosexuality is definitely second best. The "moms" want husbands. The children want fathers.
by Henry Makow Ph.D.
"We have already contrived to possess of the minds of the goy communities...[they are] looking through the spectacles we are setting astride their noses." (Protocols of Zion, 12)
Jews scratch their heads trying to understand anti-Semitism. Perhaps I can help.
Anti-Semitism is caused by many things. Foremost is the Jewish cultural monopoly. Certain Jews are in a position to impose their values, or lack of them, on the Gentile majority while at the same time thwarting Gentile expression. This is because Illuminati Jews and their allies control Hollywood and the mass media. Of course, there's no shortage of Gentiles who agree and are willing to cooperate.
Often (but not always) this Jewish influence is Illuminati or Luciferian. This means that what is sick is presented as healthy, and what is evil is presented as good (and the inverse.) The goal is to turn the natural and spiritual order of reality on its head, with the Illuminati banker at its apex instead of God. This is the essence of the occult NWO conspiracy against mankind.
Take Lisa Cholodenko's home movie "The Kids Are All Right" for example. A lesbian couple have two kids by the same sperm donor. When the older child reaches age 18, they contact the sperm donor, which leads to complications.
This mediocre effort, shot in 23 days, has won Golden Globes for Best Picture and Best Actress. It has been nominated for Oscars in these categories as well as Best Supporting Actor and Best Original Screenplay.
The movie has received a 95% approval rating from critics. "Funny, smart and sexy," says Lena Schwartzbaum, of Entertainment Weekly.
"A generous, nearly note-perfect portrait of a modern family," Manohia Dargis raved in The New York Times echoing numerous other critics who think two lesbians and a vial of sperm now define family.
Illuminati Jews have been trying to destroy the family every since they made it a plank in their Communist Manifesto (1848.) The wreckage of the nuclear family is now called the "modern family."
"We must introduce into their system all those principles which have so brilliantly broken up their order." ( Protocols of Zion, 16) They are still at it.
According to Wikipedia, Lisa Cholodenko, 37, is from a "liberal Jewish" family and came out as a lesbian in the 11th grade. Her grandparents emigrated from Ukraine. She is in a relationship with musician Wendy Melvoin. While writing the script, Cholodenko gave birth to their son, Calder, by way of an anonymous sperm donor.
The movie was made by Universal Pictures. The logo of Universal Pictures features the occult/ Illuminati "thousand points of light" popularized by George H.W. Bush. The film cost $4 million and grossed $30 million in 2010.
The movie is written by Cholodenko and Stuart Blumberg (left.) Their feelings about lesbian families are no secret. The "male" lesbian played by Annette Bening is named "Nicole (Nic) Allgood." The femme partner played by Julianne Moore is Jules Allgood. Yes, she takes Nicole's last name! Nik is a doctor while Jules was a stay-at-home mom who is becoming a landscaper. Homosexuals seem to mimic heterosexual role models.
The children are Joni, Nic's daughter, 18, and Laser, Jules' son, 15. Laser is a Jewish name (Eliezar.) Paul Hatfield's sperm was used by both women. He is played by actor Mark Ruffalo.
Despite her commitment to lesbian marriage and family, Cholodenko presents many of its shortcomings. For everyone, homosexuality is definitely second best. The women want husbands. The children want fathers.
Can Cholendenko be any more explicit than her portrayal of how they make love? Nic watches gay male porn while the landscaper is under the sheet mowing her lawn. Yes, Bening is watching gay male porn. (She didn't get her Best Actress nominations for this scene.)
Another example of lesbian penis envy is Jules' squeal of relief and delight on first glimpsing Paul's erect penis.
To their credit, the women do not raise their children as homosexuals. But when they have suspicions about Laser's friend Dan, the "moms" let their 15-year-old know that it is perfectly OK to be experimenting sexually.
On the other hand, the film pours scorn on Joni's teenage friend who sexualizes everyone she meets. Joni and Laser come across as serious and chaste.
MISSING HUSBAND AND FATHER
Initially the sperm donor, Paul Hatfield, is the lesbian family's idealized vision of the missing husband and father. An organic gardener and owner of a successful restaurant, he is unrealistically willing to meet his offspring and their mothers and form a relationship with them. (After all, he must have hundreds of offspring.) He is handsome, sensitive, easy-going and cool.
There are some heart-rending scenes where the children are saying good bye to their biological father who is essentially a stranger. They are his flesh and blood and it seems unnatural and cruel that he can only take a passing interest in them. Jules remarks how her son has many of his physical mannerisms.
Paul gives Jules work landscaping and they soon end up in bed. This part is totally lesbian since he is seen dumping a hot young employee to bed Jules who is definitely past her prime. Implausible turns to incredible when -- despite her prosaic character -- he declares his love for her. (Moore was too old for this role.)
In any case, inevitably Paul must become the villain. To lesbians, he represents the lost promise of the nuclear family. Despite the fact that the sex was more than consensual, Jules is forgiven. The film puts all the blame on Paul. The children reject him. Joni wishes he were "better." Nic calls him an "interloper."
Cholodenko said: "We knew that our priority was the unity of the family, that we were invested in them as writers, and our hope is that they land on their feet."
So the film ends with a feel-good affirmation of the lesbian family that contradicts much of what went before.
This is what I mean by presenting the sick as though it were healthy and turning what is natural upside down. All through nature, the male-female formula predominates. The male-female division of labor makes sense. But the Illuminati bankers will change all that now that they are God.
Last Thursday, Feb 11, Annette Bening was on TV (ABC Nightline) saying that kissing Julianne Moore was better than most of her leading men. She is married to Warren Beatty. Then, I flick channels and Rob Lowe is telling Jay Leno that kissing Evan Handler (left) beats most women. Is this coincidence? Or is it more Illuminati subversion of the goyim?
The mass media as well as government, education and business are controlled by a satanic cult, the Illuminati, who are bent on re engineering humanity.
I have compassion for homosexuals. I am talking about an insidious assault on heterosexuals masquerading as homosexual rights.
Similarly, most Jews have no more role in this Illuminati conspiracy than ordinary Freemasons, but they will be tarred unless they speak out against it.
The nuclear family, based on monogamy, is the key to our identity as human beings. Our children represent our organic growth. They are our flesh and blood, a great part of our purpose and meaning. The way to dislodge humanity from its moorings is to make homosexuality and homosexual families seem healthy and normal. This is what "The Kids are All Right" tries to do.
NOTE: Cholodenko's breakthrough movie "High Art" (1998) is one of the best written, best directed and best acted movies I have ever seen. It presents intimacy, albeit lesbian intimacy, more convincingly than 99.9% of heterosexual movies. Performances by Radha Mitchell, Ally Sheedy, Tammy Grimes and especially Patricia Clarkson are superb. I highly recommend this movie.
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