Sunday, August 19, 2007

Leonardo DiCaprio: 11th whore

Leonardo DiCaprio "was" me in the String Kings. He could have created a meaningful movie with a message, for example "11th dimension". Instead, he offers this piece of sh*t:
11th hour (trailer)
I don't have to explain you how ashamed I am to be associated with this weird Gentleman. The movie is about the last hour - or last minute, as a better thinker figured out - we have on this planet. Katrina and all these things are catastrophes, they are our fault, and they will be getting worse. Life is declining and the decline is accelerating. There are too many people on the planet and they use too many resources.

The theme is original and sane - but not too much. ;-)

Quite suddenly, the message changes to a completely contradictory anti-thesis: what a great time to be born, what a great time to be alive because this generation will completely change the world. I kid you not. What is the main tool to make their change happen? They explain it themselves: it's not a technological question, it's a leadership question, they say. What they want is nothing else than power. The similarity with the Nazi propaganda couldn't be more obvious.

What they want to do with this power is to replace science by their junk science, create Big Brother-like machinery that will force people to reduce CO2 production by 90 percent (not kidding), and probably also reduce the population in Earth.

They're as power-thirsty, obsessed, ignorant, and dangerous as those behind the famous leader of Germany in the 1930s if not himself, they clearly want to dismantle the very basic principles that make this world work, and it's time for the rest of the world to notice and do something about these lunatics because we might really be approaching the 11th hour.

And that's the memo.

1 comment:

  1. just saw 11th Hour myself, the "Nature's Operating Instructions" extra feature was especially interesting... apparently there is some amazing technology built into nature, a lot there that we should use as a model for our own technology