I was all for living a quiet life, being a small-time film critic and keeping shtum about politics, but since the literal arse-end of the entertainment industry are fucking with my reviews, I may as well have an old-school, What Went Wrong With rant… Remember when Islamic terror […]
When I first saw Adam Driver on screen, I thought he had the appearance and demeanour of a second-rate serial killer. According to Wikipedia, as a child, Driver set fire to things and set up a “Fight Club” after being influenced by the film. This means I wasn’t […]
A very worrying aspect of our society is that we never learn from our past mistakes and this is perfectly illustrated by the way people changed their opinions and morals following the September 11th attacks. Howard Stern is a perfect example of how people, famous or otherwise, became […]
Bill Maher is supposed to be a comedian, a liberal comedian, he’s also promoted to the public as a liberal presenter and a liberal interviewer, and yet he’s quite obviously none of the above; he’s crap at presenting, he sucks at interviewing, he’s painfully unfunny, but most importantly, […]
The entertainment industry loves to offer up celebrities who represent a certain demographic or a particular political point of view so to appeal to a wide range of fans. Case in point: Rosie O’Donnell. She’s advertised to us an overweight, outspoken lesbian – surely those three aspects alone […]
What Went Wrong With… Post-9/11 Laws, Gun Control, Militarised Police, & Labelling Someone A Terrorist?
So many sellouts came out of the woodwork on and after 9/11. So affected by the overblown events of that day, this multitude of morons without thinking of the consequences, were fine with their freedoms being eroded for the sake of so-called “protection against terrorism”. 9/11 brought out […]
Many things changed after September the 11th 2001, the most obvious thing was the Law. There was the creation of the Department of Homeland Security, there was the creation of the Patriot Act, ideas such as indefinite detention without trial, searching through personal records without a court order, […]