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Letters by a modern St. Ferdinand III about cults

Gab@StFerdinandIII - Plenty of cults exist - every cult has its 'religious dogma', its idols, its 'prophets', its 'science', its 'proof' and its intolerant liturgy of demands.  Cults everywhere:  Islam, the State, the cult of Gay and Queer, Marxism, Darwin and Evolution, 'Science', Globaloneywarming, Changing Climate, Abortion....a nice variety for the human-hater, amoral, anti-rationalist to choose from.  It is so much fun mocking them isn't it ?

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Friday, January 25, 2008

Queer Cowboys and media cults.

There are more vital things to discuss.

by StFerdIII



Another Hollywood icon dies from a self-inflicted drug overdose. He kills himself and the world goes into a spasm of cultish mourning. The mainstream media is full of the event. Nothing else is important except the tears and adulation of an actor whose fame was based on being a gay-cowboy. Heath Ledger's death, proves yet again, just how insane and worthless the Hollywood-Media complex has become.

Any death is to be regretted – at least in non-Islamic countries. Even in the post-Christian Western state, death has a profound influence on the faithful, and faith-less alike. Death is the one great equalizer in a world gone mad with celebrity-cult worship. Yet only certain deaths should be remembered, and others exulted. Or so the media tells us knaves and peasants.

The death of Diana Princess of Wales and the interminable inquests into her death, and the establishment of her cult, are media driven events. Diana was flawed and mostly irrelevant. She was remote, part of a dysfunctional family and epitomised the greed, the vapidity and undeserved riches enjoyed by a royal family who enjoys great wealth and privilege without the benefits of work. Diana was no saint, having bedded most of England, yet the cult persists and the shrine is still open.

Anna Nicole Smith, a prostitute and stripper, achieved wealth and fame for marrying rich older men and stealing their money and getting improbably large breast implants. With the mentality and the intelligence of any low-grade stripper, she went from being a slut to super-stardom for no particular reason related to talent or effort. She was like Diana, an entirely media created phenomenon. When she died there was nothing else in the mainstream media for weeks. Literally nothing.

Most of us know nothing about Heath Ledger. Ledger is famous for starring in the gay-cowboy film, Brokeback Mountain – a movie which a few thousand people actually saw but because it featured gays and hot men dropping their pants was instantly Oscar-winning material. Nobody knows anything about Ledger – his city of birth, his education, his beliefs, his intelligence, his views, his hobbies, his habits – yet because he was a queer cowboy in a bad movie, he is famous.

The mainstream media and Hollywood created Ledger, a man's who claim to fame and adulation is a pathetically bad movie with a poorly written script and mediocre acting. Ledger is only famous for play-acting the role of a gay. Period. If Ledger had not appeared as a queer cowboy no one would know who he is. If he had acted in some normal roles, epitomizing normal white males, he would be an unknown. But since he dropped his pants and took anal sex like a real man, and made all the old, desperate women watching it twitter with erotic glee, he is famous.

Ridiculous.

Ledger most probably killed himself. Around the world about 35.000 people a year overdose on medication and prescription drugs. That is a number no-one hears about. 35.000 is a lot of people to die from taking what are supposed to be, legitimate drugs. If there is something important in Ledger's death that is it. Why is society so consumed with consuming drugs? Why this addiction? Drugs for night, for morning, for pains, for sleep, for this ache and for that twitch. Drugs are dangerous, and the less you take the better.

Whereas Diana died needlessly because her Arab friends were drunk and stoned and could not drive a car properly, Ledger's death need not be needless. But the media will make it that way. Instead of giving it a minor story headline, the media made Ledger's death and his short acting life into another fantasy world. Still enraptured by the queer cowboy-deep anal penetration display, the media can't help but rhapsodize about the 'tragedy' of it all. Still pining for part two of the queer-cowboy montage, the media desperately wants people to buy into the Ledger cult – after all if a macho hunk like Ledger is okay with anal penetration, shouldn't all men try it?

Important events are happening each day but you never hear about them. I have never seen an indepth mainstream report on the brave men who have died in Iraq – never a hagiography of someone in science or tech who has made a stunning breakthrough which will benefit markets or people – never seen in depth coverage by the mainstream media of what is going on in Russia, China or with globalised trade; nor any real analysis of monetary policy, currency rates, or the power of unions in politics. The real events which shape people's lives are ignored. Instead we focus on the queerness of Ledger's character, the slutty naughtiness of a non-entity like Nicole Smith, or the latest burp and bump of Britney Spears.

The old women might have got orgasmic titillation from Ledger dropping his pants for his boyfriend, but this is sadly, not enough to be made famous. Or at least it shouldn't be. More consequential people than Ledger die each year, yet nothing is heard about them. This is how societies and civilisations rot and die. They focus on the inconsequential and forget about the issues that really define who and what they are.


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