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Demand Celebrities Go Fuck Themselves

Posted by KingShamus on December 31, 2012

Hollywood, in conjunction with Mayors Against Illegal Guns (Second Amendment hater Mike Bloomberg’s pet project), have an answer for gun violence.  Thank God.  I was wondering when the people who get paid to make pretend in front of a camera would tell me what to think about complex political issues.

Let the over-compensated shitbag moralism commence!

I know I feel way more enlightened by watching Sarah Silverman and Will Farrell put on their best acting school pouty-faces.

This video came out a few weeks ago, and I wasn’t going to comment on it.

Fortunately Youtube contributor Ma5one picked up the slack with his own rebuttal.

Seriously, Hollywood.

Go.

Fuck.

Yourselves.

The entertainment business makes a fortune glorifying guns and gun violence.  Ask Beyonce’s hubby Jay-Z how many records he would’ve sold if he’d pushed a consciousness rap style rather than his big pimpin’ pistol-poppin’ persona.  When Jon Hamm isn’t playing a chain-smoking boozed-up scumbag, he’s a gun-toting tough guy.  The only film where Jamie Foxx isn’t spraying a Bushmaster like a garden hose is “Ray”, and that’s only because the title character is a blind piano player.

Then these same moronic drugged-out degenerates, who require an army of stylists, hairdressers and make-up artists just to get out of the house, think they can lecture the rest of us about guns.

Here’s a hint for conservatives:  Hollywood hates you.  They loathe your politics.  They despise your traditional faith.  They do everything they can to denigrate your lifestyle choices.

Oh, don’t get me wrong.  La-La Land loves your money.  They don’t get paid if you don’t buy their wares.

Now, I’m not saying you shouldn’t watch movies or tv shows or listen to music.  You don’t have to pull out of the culture.  That’s sorta silly and counter-productive.

Instead of boycotting the entertainment industry, subvert them and their cretinous morality.  Mock them anywhere, anytime and anyhow you can.  Laugh at them without mercy.

They like to think of themselves as the brightest stars in America’s enlightened class.  If that’s the case, how come they all talk the same way and think the same way and whine the same way about every fucking thing ever?  Make fun of their brainless herd mentality.  Hit them where it hurts, their faux-intellectualism.  Get past their outer crust of smug do-goodery.  They know they’re idiots.  Constantly remind them–and everybody else–of that fact.

Make them live by their own rules.  For instance, Hollywood actors push radical environmentalism every chance they get.  Meanwhile, they have carbon footprints bigger than some countries.  None of these hypocrites could live the ascetic goat-herder lifestyle they demand we embrace.

It really isn’t that hard.  These are people who have to be told what to say and what to do and where to shop.  Other people write their scripts and pen their songs.  Besides playing guitar, impersonating somebody else and shooting heroin these people have no discernible talents.  They’re actors and musicians, for God’s sake.  We’re not talking about rocket surgeons.

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4 Responses to “Demand Celebrities Go Fuck Themselves”

  1. Starless said

    I hear Bloomie is starting another organization called Mayors For Keeping Subway Deaths in Perspective.

    Every time Jamie Foxx tries to say something politically or socially relevant, his statement must be accompanied by this image.

  2. Whenever I see a Hollywood star or startlet look all sincere-like at the camera and beg Americans to do something I act! I make a mental note not to go see their latest craptatsic movie.

  3. [...] all tax hikes, no spending cuts and a whole lot of kabuki theater nonsense.  The media remains a statist bullhorn and progressive piggy bank all in one.  The education establishment is committed to indoctrinating [...]

  4. Kathleen said

    Whenever I see a celebrity endorsement for a product, they’ve lost me as a potential customer. If it is a good product, it will speak for itself. And why do celebrities so rarely address starvation/poverty issues in the US? Because it doesn’t garner enough attention. They don’t endorse any charity unless they have a relative suffering from the ailment. It’s PR, not charity.

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