Dan Majestic reports from Hollywood: Ever been tempted to turn to crime, having seen all the benefits of it in dodgy Hollywood thrillers? Or maybe you’re into computer games in a big way, like that violent s..t, Grand Theft Auto 5, and get this idea that you can whack cops and get away with it?
In the virtual world of Hollywood movies and stupid computer games that are made for moron who have no life, none at all, hoods are always cool dudes who drive around in fancy cars, wear flashy designer clothes and lots of bling, party in the best nightclubs, live in luxury villas and are surrounded by hot chicks most of the time? Oh yes, and come across as great guys generally, apart from when they kill lots of people.
You say that you’re not that stupid to fall for this sort of rubbish? Well, let me tell you something: thanks to the sick and twisted bastards infesting the American movie and computer games industries a lot of youngsters from poor backgrounds are under the impression that turning to crime is a great career move. Beats getting an education and looking for a job any time. Not to mention that nutters like the one, who has killed 12 people at the Navy Yard naval base the other day, get ideas from violent computer games. That particular idiot was a great fan of Call Of Duty, which he played 18 hours a day non-stop.
Hollywood has been glamourising crime for decades, producing a countless stream of trashy movies that show criminals as tough guys making a quick buck with amazing ease and living in the fast lane. And even though they appear to lose in the end, with the supposedly good guys triumphing over them, the underlying message was that it’s much better to be a hood than work for a living and lead a dull and boring life. Computer games joined in this brainwashing much later but have a much greater impact on the young and the old alike, as they can be played for days and weeks and months.
What the Hollywood and game makers are not keen to point out, though, is that life’s a bitch when you’re a hood. Criminals usually have a very short life span, with all the competition and thugs within their respective gangs getting ideas about bumping off the boss and taking over. And all that supposed ‘glamour’ that surrounds these lowlifes is not really all that glamorous. The hot chicks are cheap trashy sluts, the flashy cars are usually stolen ones and the ‘luxury villas’ exist only in the imagination of movie directors. Not to mention that they are usually bored to death, even with all the easy money flowing in, and entertain themselves with booze and dope mostly.
The thing about the underworld generally is that it’s all based on treachery, betrayal and fear of getting busted. All this rubbish that is promoted in the movies about some sort of criminal code of conduct and camaraderie is just that, rubbish. Mummy’s boys like Scorsese, Tarantino and many others, who were never punched in the kisser in their lives or seen a real gun, have no idea of what real crime is all about. And the brain dead rappers, who pretend to be all tough and macho and sing about guns and dope and stupid cops, are not that tough at all when it comes to real life situations. The only reason they get away with that s..t is because the liberal trash, who have taken over the world of movies and entertainment generally, get a kick out of all this ‘propaganda’ and think that it’s ‘controversial’ and gets young people all excited. It’s all about making money in the end, glamorising violence and crime. No one among these degenerates realises that people out there die because of what they come up with and youngsters fuck up their lives, believing what they see on the screen.
The best way to discourage youngsters from all that trash, on the big and small screens and on all those consoles is to laugh at the punks who make this stuff and appear in it. It’s not like we can all get together and ban this s..t from being shown or sold or played. So let’s mock and ridicule it and explain to youngsters that criminals are wankers who can’t really do anything else apart from breaking the law because they’re just too thick. And can’t get it up properly.
That might work, by the way, that last one.