Feminists – ideology before consequences

When a feminist reaches a position of influence – no matter how small – she will endeavour to exhaust the uses of that position regardless of the consequences. In business she will remain impervious to the warning ‘go woke, go broke.’ Ideology, which includes the destruction of men, goes before all else.

Apart from the question of business suicide, I wonder that anyone watches the nonsense and crackpottery a feminist movie director like Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy throws on the silver screen. What sort of a hollowed-out man would watch it?


Disney’s new feminist Star Wars director said her goal is ‘making men uncomfortable’

Director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy falsely suggested she was the first woman to ‘shape a story’ in the franchise’s 46-year history.

Featured ImageStar Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Calvin Freiburger, LifeSiteNews, 4 January 2024

(LifeSiteNews) — A pair of comments by the director of an upcoming Star Wars project indicate that current franchise holder Disney has no intention of moving away from the activist mindset and identity politics focus that have turned the entertainment giant from a widely beloved cultural institution into a focal point for division, despite the financial toll the company’s current direction has taken.

In 2019, Disney-owned Lucasfilm released Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker, the conclusion of its Sequel Trilogy billed as the grand finale to the beloved space fantasy saga’s main story, despite having no involvement by and only minimal use of ideas from original series creator George Lucas, who sold his company and franchises to Disney in 2012.

Social conservatives objected to the film’s inclusion of a lesbian kiss to appease LGBT “representation” demands, and more mainstream observers deemed the film a critical and commercial letdown for a variety of reasons unrelated to political or social issues. Episode IX’s lukewarm reception resulted in Disney/Lucasfilm spending the next several years avoiding direct follow-ups in its Star Wars content, instead focusing on projects such as streaming series The Mandalorian (which enjoyed bipartisan acclaim until Disney fired conservative cast member Gina Carano for her outspoken conservative comments on social media).

Last April, Lucasfilm announced that Episode IX would finally get a sequel in the form of an as-yet-untitled film starring Daisy Ridley (who portrayed the Sequel Trilogy’s main protagonist Rey “Skywalker” Palpatine) and directed by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, a Pakistani-born Canadian filmmaker and feminist activist.

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