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Hollywood's Occult War on Gender Intensifies

December 22, 2016


(Left, Moana, a teenage girl who saves her people is role model for all young females.)

We live in a de facto Communist society where art & entertainment serve revolutionary goals. Revolutionary means overturning the natural order, replacing God with Lucifer, and inducting society into the Cabalist Jewish satanic cult, the Illuminati. 

There are not enough Illuminati bankers to emasculate men, and turn them into obedient servants. So they have re-engineered women to do it.

by GH


Each year, the film industry raises the ante in the occult Jewish war on gender designed to invert the natural order and enslave society.

Gender differences which are natural and universal are portrayed as oppressive. Only the assertive male role is granted any legitimacy. The passive, nurturing feminine role is denied. Thus females invariably usurp the male role and feminize their male partners.  

In 2016,  more movies than ever featured the sex role reversal.


-Mrs. Sloane: featuring a 'power broker' mastermind woman up against the gun lobby. The National Post described the leading lady's character 'a brook-no-quarter, take-no-prisoners, scorch-the-earth campaigner.'

-Bridget Jones Baby:  Rene Zellweger tries to figure out who fathered her baby. Obviously the whole point of monogamy, matrimony and fidelity is that fathers are assured they are raising their own children. Hollywood Jewish Communists promote promiscuity to erase marriage and family.

-Zootopia: Disney's latest female protagonist is the 'spitfire' bunny rabbit.  MTV show Braless described the movie as an 'intersectional feminist utopia'.  

-Finding Dory: Disney employed lesbian Ellen Degeneres to voice the lead female character: a goofy, listless fish named Dory. Ellen had teased the public saying the movie would feature Disney's first transgender character: a sting-ray would become sting-rhonda. She was kidding, but it's only a matter of time considering the direction of the Magical Kingdom.


-Hidden Figures: credits three black female mathematicians with putting John Glenn into space. Feminist outlet Refinery29 recently reported: Michelle Obama To Screen Feminist Rocket Science Biopic At White House.

-Jane Got a Gun: starring Natalie Portman as a gun-slinging 'cowboy' that defends against a gang of ruffians (Note: this movie was deemed 'not feminist enough' by many feminist voices)

-Whiskey Tango Foxtrot: stars Tina Fey as daring war-correspondent who gets mixed up in sexual trysts and blackmail. The movie was praised for getting feminism 'right'.

-Suicide Squad: the anti-hero female is Harley Quinn, who Bustle describes as 'a feminist analyst's dream, a genius psychiatrist who goes psycho herself. An athlete who uses her body to seduce and her wit to crush."

-Doctor Strange: the lead female role is played by Tilda Swinton. Bustle explains, 'Tilda Swinton is known for her androgyny as well as for portraying characters who veer neither to one side nor the other of the male/female spectrum.' 

Certain Women: the LA Times described this movie as "rugged feminism." The film shows "three strong-willed women (Kristen Stewart, Laura Dern, Michelle Williams) [who] strive to forge their own paths amidst the wide-open plains of the American Northwest"


The film tells the story of Moana, the strong-willed daughter of the chief in a Polynesian tribe, who is chosen by the ocean itself to reunite a mystical relic with a goddess. When a blight strikes her island, Moana sets sail in search of Maui, a legendary demigod, in the hope of saving her people.

 Variety proclaimed that Moana, which grossed $300 million to date, "Is Just the Latest Feminist, Progressive Disney Hit' to reflect 'the changing face of the moviegoing public.'

They claim to reflect public taste when in fact they are actively reshaping it. 

 " In another feminist twist, "Moana" is one of the first animated films not to feature a love story. Her journey is about finding herself, not landing a husband."   

Bustle describes Moana as 'The Hero That Every Little Girl Deserves For Generations to Come.'

From the article: "Nor is "Moana" alone in its progressive nature. "Frozen," "Zootopia," and "Brave" are just a few of the recent animated offerings to have focused on women and girls who are assertive, emancipated, and the equal to any man. Moreover, "Moana" is populated by Pacific Islanders, a far more diverse set of people than the ones who pop up in the lily white worlds of the original "Cinderella" or "Beauty and the Beast.

As time has passed, Disney has gotten much more progressive with their portrayals of women. Long gone are the Cinderellas and Auroras, who lack any agency and must depend on men to get them out of trouble. [Now Disney women] are, however subconsciously, instilling in young girls the idea that you can be empowered and fight your own battles and create your own happy ending without the help of a man."



(Shia LaBoeuf)

At the same time, the cabalist Jews who run Hollywood are busy undermining the image of the strong effective male.  The patriarchal male is replaced by a stunted adolescent. Even the actors look like boys, not men. Compare  Brad Pitt, Shia LeBoeuf, Toby McGuire, Matt Damon, Jake Gyllenhaal to the stars of yesteryear like William Holden, Jimmy Stewart, Gregory Peck or Kirk Douglas. 

The new Star Wars features a female protagonist allied with non-white beta men that are opposed by evil white men. The film subtly portrays a implied homosexual relationship, and "earlier this year JJ Abrams, director of Star Wars: The Force Awakenssaid he thought it would be impossible not to include gay characters in upcoming films."

When men are the heroes, there is usually a "progressive" i.e. Satanist intent. Alan Turing who deciphers the Nazi Enigma machine in  The Imitation Game is gay. The brilliant mathematician in The Man Who Knew Infinity is an East Indian who didn't enjoy "white privilege." The incredible sacrifice of Christian European men in the two 20th century world wars is reduced by progressive 'anti-hero' fetishism.

Another trend is to simply remove and replace male characters with females. The Telegraph writes: "Turning male characters into women is a cheap gimmick. First Thor. Then Hamlet. Now the Ghostbusters." 


(left, Meryl Streep, 67, paired romantically with Hugh Grant, 56)

Another aspect of role-reversal is the pairing of older women with younger men in numerous romantic films.

In contrast, a film that demonstrates visceral masculinity is The Revenant.  Quintus Curtius states

"There is no "you-go girlism" here. No "girl-power" nonsense. No in-your-face political correctness. No subtle social engineering agenda lurking in the background. No corporate product endorsements.

There are only the stark, unvarnished themes of man's eternal struggles: courage, adversity, suffering, redemption, and revenge, related with engaging honesty and simplicity."


As Henry Makow says, "Every left-wing message or movement is dedicated to inducting society into the Cabalist Jewish Satanic cult. Due to their complete control of the media, we can't recognize what is happening to us. Any awakening to our real situation is suppressed by accusations of bigotry which must be ignored.  We have moved from a Christian social concept to a satanic Jewish one which turns morality and reality on its head. i.e. "revolution. "


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Comments for "Hollywood's Occult War on Gender Intensifies"

David said (December 24, 2016):

Whenever I hear about another film projecting this dystopic future Hollywood is trying to force on the world, I just remind myself they're only movies. The only place in the universe where this dysfunctional vision of sex role reversal and inversion of good/evil exists is on the big screen, not the real world.

That's why I think the snowflakes and networks were so stunned by the upset of this presidential election: all the cultists who were convinced Hillary would smash the "glass ceiling" were getting all their reinforcement from the make-believe world they see on the boob tube and at the multiplex.

Scott said (December 22, 2016):

t's been a while, but a Hollywood film was produced, which didn't quite follow the script! "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" was a remake of sorts from the Gene Wilder classic, "Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory." This version starred Johnny Depp. A couple of characters are an ultra-pushy mother with an in-your-face career and her young overachieving daughter. Neither are portrayed in a very positive light.

At the time, it made me think that it was a real zing against feminism. Unfortunately, this one was from a decade ago. Hopefully it's a sign that there are still some independent minds still in Tinseltown, willing to go against the grain.

Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at