Monday, May 24, 2010
I'm glad LOST is over now because the series has become such a big disappointment for so many people. The lack of diversity with the characters, the constant promotion of heterosexual themes and the alarming references to Christianity (which violates Church and States laws) made LOST an increasingly difficult program to view. LOST become a failed relic of the Bush Regime years when intolerance and the war against science took precedence.
Perhaps the most creepy part of the downfall of LOST was seeing Dr. Jack Shepard turn away from being a rational person of science into a quasi-religious fanatic, a "person of faith".
You can't have promotion of religion in a public forum such as a TV broadcast. The U.S. government provides provides digital broadcasts of programming including LOST so it is totally inappropriate and unlegal for this show to show things like a cross or a church that is imposing a religious view on those who do not want to see it.
A TV broadcast is a public forum. Millions of people who watched LOST night were exposed to crosses and a church, which is a form of indoctrination and intimidation. The show ended with a person named CHRISTIAN making references to FAITH which is another religious code word for subjugation. There was no inherent need to show a church or to make references to one. It was sad to see LOST do this.
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Saturday, May 8, 2010
The southwestern U.S. states are stolen land and belong to Mexico. In 1848 the United States stole a million square miles from Mexico in order to expand slavery, environmental rape and for corporate greed. We ask President Obama to consider returning these lands including Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California to Mexico.
Saturday, May 1, 2010
Our transgender future?
As humans continue to Evolve to towards their transgender destiny more questions are asked. What will we look like? How will sex be like in the future? How will the human mind change along with our bodies?
A new film called 'Splice' that is being released on June 4 might answer some of these questions. The centers on a gender-neutral creature that attracts the interest of the 'males' and 'females' and creates sexual confusion and a sexual awakening for both the characters and the audience. I am looking forward to see how this film will shatter old sexual and gender myths and I hope it will encourage people to explore their true sexual potential.