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Everyone Loves Jokes

Watch as the cast of The Kyle Dunnigan Show tells Chris Rock’s untold jokes, delivering more laughs in one episode than Saturday Night Live does in an entire season.

Here, the focus is on the disreputable Oscars broadcast, laid to waste by the likes of Lady Gaga and Will Smith.

Kyle Dunnigan appears as multiple Hollywood hit men, including Sylvester Stallone, Alec Baldwin and Jeff Goldblum. Featuring guest appearances by Jessica Montes, Kurt Metzger and John Bush. Not Safe for Work, owing to the Oscar interludes.

 

Satanists’ BS Show At Oscars

By now, you’ve probably seen scores of columns interpreting the Will Smith/Chris Rock dustup at the Oscars. But you probably haven’t seen this Biblical analysis that appears to hit the hammer right on the head of the snake.

The Oscars are the annual roast of the Satanist crew, so amply illustrated by Lady Gaga. But Chris Rock and Will Smith are also quite symbolic figures, as explained here.  Try Not to laugh at HOW Obvious it is ALL Becoming. More from Jonathan Kleck.




 

Staged Or Real?

At the Oscars this year, Will Smith slapped Chris Rock in the face after he made a bald joke about Will Smith’s wife Jada. Was this real or staged? More from AwakenwithJP on We Lie To You News.




Comedy has a bald wife joke problem that needs to stop now. Will Smith and Jada Smith are owed an apology.More from Ryan Long.

You Can’t Act That Way

At least, not at the Oscar ceremony! Will Smith wins a best actor award but draws more attention by slapping Chris Rock. This came after the Oscar announcer made a pointed joke, seemingly insulting Smith’s wife Jada Pinkett Smith.

Here, The United Spot surveys the Hollywood community, from Alec Baldwin to Jussie Smollett, for reactions.

Chariots Of The Gods

Were the gods revered by long-ago civilizations actually gods or could they have been astronauts from faraway planets? Did these visitors teach early-day man advanced secrets about the solar system and the larger universe?

Here is the Oscar-nominated 1970 documentary film based on the book by Erich von Däniken, a Swiss author who helped to popularize the notion that paleo civilizations on Earth had gained knowledge through contact with ancient astronauts.

Although the narration is sometimes staid, perhaps a bit dated nowadays, one would be hard-pressed to find a more comprehensive survey, spanning the globe from Easter Island and the Great Pyramid at Giza to the Mayan hub at Chichen Itza and Peru’s mysterious Nazca Lines. The expected coterie of academic critics have challenged von Däniken, but notice how none of these debunkers can explain how early man carved the massive pyramids and stone sculptures in the first place, let alone tell us how they ferried these gargantuan monuments, in certain cases, several hundred miles across scorching deserts.

This is the third installment in our five-week series The Heavens Opened Above. Please return next week for another installment. We’ll be focusing on Michael Tellinger, a South African explorer and journalist whose studies have been heavily influenced by theories on ancient astronauts advanced by the late Zecharia Sitchin.

Sex, Satan & Babylon’s Boule: 2

Sir Patrick Mack, the pundit behind In Pursuit of Truth, returns with his long-awaited second installment of Pop: Sex, Satan and Babylon’s Boule. He’s subtitled this episode Exodus, Entertainment and Erav Rev.

What’s it all about?

Mack opens with The Biblical book of Exodus, as God admonishes Moses to lead his people from Egypt because they have fallen victim to sin and iniquity. We see how the Israelites have forgotten their Lord and instead bow down before idols such as the Golden Calf.

Mack gets philosophical as he strolls through history, introducing the kabbalistic teachings of Shabetai Tzevi, Isaac Luria and Jacob Frank.

But this is not a dry Sunday school lesson. Much of the focus is on the brazan Satanic content found not only in pop music, but most forms of popular entertainment — movies, television, books, even plays and comedy skits. Also introduced: How the Oscars are an outgrowth of pagan culture, modified by the Free Masons, to reflect their peculiar traditions.

 




 

Oscars A Massive Failure

This year’s Oscar ceremony saw viewership plunge in half, down to 13 million who watched the putrid Leftist propaganda. Hollywood is failing, no longer able to reach the vast majority of Americans, not only due to the coronavirus but also the leftist stench that pervades everything coming out of that hellhole. How can a ceremony that’s trustworthy see its audience shrink in half? Not possible. More from The Quartering.




The 2021 Oscars represented a massive failure. Ratings plummeted from their historic levels. And the snotty celebrities kicked the homeless out of Los Angeles’ Union Station so they could use the space for their ceremony. We could tell you what won, but why bother? We bet, like us, you didn’t watch any of it anyway. More from Mr. Obvious.




The Oscars sink to new levels of ridiculousness. More from Mark Dice. He’s doing the dirty work so we don’t have to.




Politics Ruining Hollywood

As Hollywood prepares to showcase the 93rd Academy Awards tonight, the film industry appears to be finally owning up to its disingenuous involvement in politics. Earlier this week, an Oscar producer has come out on the record, claiming that politics is ruining show business.

It’s a narrative that’s seen Hollywood ratings tank for award shows, such as the Oscars and the Golden Globes, while numbers continue to tumble at the box office. Says Liberal Hivemind, “It was more important for them to virtue-signal about getting Donald Trump out of office than it was for them to focus on the topic of movies, entertainment and art.” The result: Millions of Americans tuning out the minute politics entered the conversation. Here’s more on the issue with Liberal Hivemind.

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Colossal Fall Of Jimmy Kimmel

Owing to sexist and racist behavior, we are seeing the downfall of another cultural Marxist — Jimmy Kimmel. No, it doesn’t look like he will be returning to late night TV. More from Steve Turley.

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Jimmy Kimmel is over. He won’t be hosting the Oscars, I am sure, and I am not even certain he will keep his late night show hosting gig. More from The Quartering.

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Why Not To Watch Oscars

The Oscars will focus more on diversity regarding which films are nominated, and are expanding the total nominees to ten. As if we needed any more reasons not to watch the sandbag Oscars. More from Mark Dice.




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