Tag Archives: Star Wars

To Stupidity And Beyond

There’s an enormous disturbance in the force, as the Democratic henchmen and women undertake to train John Fetterman in how to walk the walk and sputter the talk that a president makes. Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden, Barack Obama, Adam Schiff and even Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez make guest appearances. More from The United Spot.

Disney Gets Desperate

The consequences of Disney’s wokeness is destroying their bottom line to the point, where they are re-releasing old movies to improve their balance sheet.

The Quartering reports that Disney hasn’t come close to box office revenues of $11.3 billion in 2019, citing the lockdowns of 2020 and, more recently, aggressive wokeness policy as the cause. Among past box office hits to be re-released include Star Wars, Avatar and Rogue One. Here’s his report.




A Mayan Culture QR Code?

In his journey to unravel the stunning–and sometimes unbelievable–advanced technology of the past, Everything Inside Me (EIM) features a photograph of ancient Mayan statue with its head shaped in the form of a QR code.

EIM says it’s a good representation in today’s world of our asleep brothers and sisters. Could this be a message from our mysterious past? EIM also explains the incredible discovery by an Smithsonian Institution explorer of Egyptian artifacts in strange caverns of the Grand Canyon walls. The 1909 discovery included copper weapons, statues and granaries full of seeds. How on Earth did they get there? He explains further and brings us more discoveries.




Shatner: Catastrophe Is Coming

Ninety-year-old William Shatner, aka Captain Kirk, had a dire warning for Planet Earth upon returning from his historic trek into space, telling the world to prepare for mass death.

Shatner, who played Captain Kirk in the wildly popular “Star Trek” series of the 1960s, was in awe of the planet when viewing it from Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin rocket, but nevertheless forewarned that Earth is a fragile planet and how much danger it’s in. “I see death down there,” he said. “Soon a great catastrophe is coming.” Alex Jones gives his take on the unusual observations in this edition of Infowars.




Morpheus: The Sinister Sentinel

Hey kids (of all ages), it’s Saturday Morning Cartoon time again!

It’s pretty well-known that the ’90s live-action MIGHTY MORPHIN’ POWER RANGERS series adapted most of its designs and tons of stock footage from the Japanese SUPER SENTAI franchise. But I may have stumbled upon the source for the non-Japanese elements…

A multiracial group of kids granted superpowers and directed by an alien intelligence in the form of a giant, bald, holographic floating head assisted by a dwarf-sized comic relief robot. Sounds a bit familiar, right? Only the YOUNG SENTINELS did it sixteen years before the Power Rangers.

One of only a handful of Filmation productions not based on licensed properties, the Sentinels were already on the air when STAR WARS hit popular culture like an anvil dropped on a coyote’s brain-case. So, to emphasize the sci-fi nature of the series, it was re-named SPACE SENTINELS partway through its run. But that run wasn’t particularly long. Thirteen episodes, which is about par for the 1970s Saturday Morning game. It takes more than superpowers to beat both MR. MAGOO and SCOOBY-DOO, who were in the same time slot with new programs.

But the oddly Nordic “Hercules” from this show would be incorporated into Filmation’s even shorter-lived superhero offering the next year. From September 1977. More from the OldHorseman.




Gina Carano Gets Canceled

 

The Cancel Culture Leftists have been gunning for her for months. Now, they have finally gotten their wishes. Gina Carano, the star of the Stars Wars spinoff The Mandalorian, has gotten the axe from Disney.

That’s because Leftists can’t tolerate anyone who thinks — or at least, thinks differently than their doctrinaire bull. Disney cited her “abhorrent and unacceptable” social commentary as justification for firing her. In other words, if you’re not a flaming asshole Leftist, we won’t give you a job. More from The Salty Cracker.




Gina Carano did nothing wrong. She was completely correct. More from Paul Joseph Watson.




The Critical Drinker offers a stirring tribute to Gina Carano, the girl who wouldn’t back down.




May The Fourth Be With Disney

Disney Plus asked the fans of Star Wars to promote the movie for them but also snuck in a disclaimer that they in fact WILL OWN them? Lol. The backlash was swift and hilarious. More from The Quartering.

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Now, a former Disney executive admits Kathleen Kennedy sabotaged a planned Star War theme park. What a ruse to betray Star Wars fans! More from Geeks + Gamers.

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The Force Is With Benny

Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Benny Johnson, Chief Creative Officer of Turning Point USA, about the importance of memes in today’s politics. He shares a recent TPUSA Benny On The Block segment where he took to the street to ask protesters who are protesting the impeachment proceedings against President Trump if Trump should be impeached for various events that occur in the Star Wars saga. The protesters do their best to try to answer Benny’s questions relating to General Grievous and whether or not Emperor Palpatine should dissolve the imperial senate.

Benny shares why memes, particularly Star Wars memes and prequel memes help take complex political topics and makes them understandable. Most importantly, Benny describes why political memes using pop culture references help get young people more interested in politics and bring them into the conversation.

Benny also gives his analysis on why Trump understands the Internet, but more importantly how he understands audiences. He suggests that throughout his career Trump has always gone to where the audience is and currently that is social media. He also gives an insider’s look at the Social Media Summit that was held at the White House and how crazy it was to see the Grand Foyer of the White House decorated with large printed-out memes.

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