Be Forewarned, I am a Fey and Quixotic Creative Writer

Be Forewarned, I am a Fey and Quixotic Creative Writer
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Monday, December 21, 2015

My Opinion of The New Star Wars

Last night the spirit guided me to see, Star Wars, the Force Awakens.  "The Awakening" is a title that I have used in my life about July 16, 1987.  That was when I first was overwhelmed with the perception that my life was bigger than I realized.

The Star wars movie was disappointing to me.  At first I was so glad that an African American man was in a major role.  Then I saw what the writer and creators did.  They made the African American to be somewhat of a stupid dude.  He was inexperienced and did not see that the point of the mission was to save the Galaxy.  All he could think about was the girl...saving the girl....This is a veiled reference to black men desiring white women.   They often show the black dude and then a furry creature doing the same role in another ship.

When the evil character removed his mask, he looked Jewish to me.  I checked and he isn't, but there is something about his features that made me think that.  I also thought that Hans Solo called him "Ben".  He did not, his name is Kylo Ren.

Blacks being stupid, Jews being evil.  Makes me think that there is an agenda going on.   That is just me.  I must see things through dark glasses.

Spoiler Alert.  Another question enters my mind, "Was in necessary for the evil dude to trick and kill his own father?   Is that something that we want to show our kids?"

The Force Awakens?  Really?  I don't think so.  I see white honky dudes and chics creating a big box office hit that mind influences millions of young people into continuing age old stereo types which keep the Whities in power.

A real awakening would be a show that depicts how the White Old Man is a insecure old fart who is preoccupied with skin color and prejudice.

It was nice to see a strong female role, but the whole story falls short with racial stereotypes..and of course the female is Caucasian..

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