Saturday, November 18, 2006

The Last Line Has Now Been Crossed

One of the widely known but seldom publicly stated items on the left-liberal agenda has always been to decriminalize all sexual conduct of any kind. The ultimate goal of the so-called "Love Generation" is a world where any old perv can just hump anything he wants, black or white or brown or purple, male or female, alive or dead, child, goat, whatever. Sexual morality of any kind is seen by the lefty-libs and their Jewish handlers as too redolent of that awful no-no Christianity which they hate so badly. Bringing down any principle of sexual morality or restraint is a major part of bringing down the Christian religion as a whole.

Now Hollywood has crossed the last line and broken the last barrier. Child actress Dakota Fanning--blonde and blue-eyed and cute as a button, of course, since they wouldn't dare do this to a black or a Mexican child--is set to star in a so-called "independent film" which features paedophilia, child rape, and the torture of animals, all to a kicking sound track by none other than Elvis Presley.

The British Daily Mail reports that "War of the Worlds star Dakota, aged 12, has signed up to appear in the movie Hounddog. The screenplay calls for Fanning's character to be raped in one explicit scene and to appear naked or clad only in underpants in several other horrifying moments." Let there be any doubt that these people know quite well what they are doing, "A source close to the film said: 'The two taboos in Hollywood are child abuse and the killing of animals. In this movie, both things happen."

Incredibly, the article goes on, "Fanning's mother, Joy, and her Hollywood agent, Cindy Osbrink, see the movie, written and directed by Deborah Kampmeier, (anyone care to guess what her "ethnic heritage" is?) as a possible Oscar vehicle for the pint-size star."

In other words, this poor kid's own mother has handed her child over to be abused and tortured on film, her humiliation preserved for all time. For the rest of this little girl's life the jaded and corrupt millions of perverts with whom this society abounds will be able to watch Dakota Fanning being violated and tortured and degraded, which is apparently fine so long as each viewing puts a penny or two in Mom's pocket in residuals and royalties. I suppose Dakota is lucky she's a young white female instead of a young Mexican boy, or else Mom probably would have pimped her out to Michael Jackson for a cool few million.

The article goes on to tell us that "Fanning's carefully choreographed rape scene has already been filmed." In other words, the damage is already done. "But then the production - which also stars Robin Wright Penn, David Morse and Piper Laurie - was stopped because of a lack of money." I. e. some of the investors themselves may have been sickened and revolted by what they were paying for and pulled out. Let's hope so. I'd like to see some little ray of decency in this noxious stew of filth. "But emergency investors were found and the movie is set to be finished by the end of the week." Yeah, I'm sure there are always millions available for some project which degrades and shames young white girls.

I don't even want to think about what this is doing to that poor child's mind. What is she going to be like when she grows up with a childhood like this? Mother of God! Words fail me.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The production coordinator for "Hounddog" says Dakota fanning was wearing a body suit during the entire rape scene and there was a child welfare worker on the set, along with Dakota's agent and her mother.
The production coordinator estimates the rape scene will only take up about a minute of the entire feature-length film. She says it's shot above the shoulders, using Dakota's facial expressions to tell the story

6:52 AM  
Blogger The Old Man said...

Oh, gee...well, if a child welfare worker was on the scene to observe this little pretend violation of human decency, then I guess that just makes it PERFECTLY ALL RIGHT, then! Jesus, my mind is so relieved!


1:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For years, I've felt the same way about horror movies. You see some kid screaming in terror at a guy in a hockey mask or with an ax dripping blood, and you wonder how that affects their psyche in years to come.

Or even these execrable made-for-TV movies that always seem to feature hair-raising screaming and family arguments, kids listening to their parents choke each other on the other side of the bedroom door, etc. etc.

God damn the jew!!!

7:08 AM  

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