2020/01/15

HBO Hates You

Don't give them money.

From Black Pilled via Twitter:

The New Pope - HBO
The New Pope is a drama television series created and directed by Paolo Sorrentino for Sky Atlantic, HBO and Canal+. It is a continuation of the 2016 series The Young Pope, originally announced as its second season.[1] The nine-episode series stars Jude Law, reprising his role as Pope Pius XIII, and John Malkovich as Pope John Paul III, the titular "New Pope".[2] It was co-produced by European production companies The Apartment, Wildside, Haut et Court TV and Mediapro.[3]
The series premiered on 10 January 2020 on Sky Atlantic Italy, on 12 January on Sky Atlantic UK and on 13 January on HBO and Canal+.
Game of Thrones proved HBO's allegiance to the Pop Cult. The smirking blasphemy on full display in The New Pope documents their purposeful funneling of viewers into the Death Cult.

If you still subscribe to HBO, you are a proximate material cooperator in grave intrinsic evil worthy of the eternal torments of Hell. I trust I don't have to spell out what to do.

And let us hear none of this, "But Catholics aren't their target audience!"

For fuck's sake, what do you think the odds are of HBO producing a series called The New Caliph featuring Mohammed's daughter Fatima performing the Dance of the Seven Veils?

Stop supporting people who hate you. Support creators who want to entertain you!

13 comments:

  1. I've seen many RCCs enthusiastically interact with the first season, members of the church, actual and lapsed, are it's intended audience.

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  2. Not only do these companies funnel the viewers into the death cult, but also the actors, actresses, and others working in the industry.

    See Michelle Williams's pro-abortion speech at the 2020 Golden Globes. And then contrast with her on a regular talk show to hear her normal voice.

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    1. That's eerie. She sounds like someone fresh from a struggle session, or who's been drugged.

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    2. David V. Stewart goes straight for demonic compulsion.

      https://dvspress.com/feeding-molech-for-a-trophy/

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  3. I think it would be cheaper for them to just send everyone in the country a form letter saying "We hate you and the God you worship." No need to spend millions of dollars on programs that say the same thing. It would also have the virtue of reaching people who aren't likely to tune into such garbage in any case.

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    1. It would, and that's how you know they don't have rational motives.

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    2. A letter campaign wouldn’t win hearts, minds and therefore souls to the devil. Evangelization is perfectly rational for a true believer.

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    3. But they don't want you to know it. They want you to consume the media they produce and change your attitude towards God.

      Money is distinctly secondary.

      From that perspective, their actions are completely rational, given their motive. And as the motive comes out of their worldview, the motive is rational, based on their assumptions.

      It's their worldview that is incorrect.

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    4. "But they don't want you to know it."

      Then they're doing it wrong.

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  4. On a related note, I'm starting to get the impression that the window of limited tolerance Star Trek officialdom and fandom allowed to us is closing rapidly, if it was ever really there to begin with …

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    1. I don't think it was ever really there. Looking back at Gene Rodenberry, his personal philosophy was a goofy kludge of libertarianism and 20th Century bohemianism, add to that a decidedly progressive outlook from many of the folks who've written ST since the original series. Starfleet is a space navy for people who hate the real navy. Frankly, I'm starting to think there's a real strain of that in David Weber's fanbase as well.

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    2. It's probably the cross over of Flint Fans. I stopped reading the 1632 series because of the constant catholic and right wing hate. I am a protestant and I got tired of 3 books in a row with cartoon catholic villians.

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