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And the Oscar for best actor in a leading role goes to Voldemort…sorry, Volodymr Valensky for his role as the President of Ukraine! And doesn’t he deserve it ladies and gentlemen, oops… sorry, people with penises and vagina’s, a big round of applause, please! What a career this guy has had, from playing the president, to being the president, can you believe it!! As you may or may not know, Mr Valensky first took on this role in 2015 when he played the president of Ukraine in the series Servant of the People. He was so good that he was given the job for real in 2019, helped in no small part by the CIA and the world shadow government, who  orchestrated a coup in 2014 and got rid of the democratically elected President of Ukraine, Victor Yanukovych. You can see the story of this in Oliver Stone’s production Ukraine on Fire (link below) but you better hurry because big tech are doing their best to censor it, along with the globalists who have even made their own propaganda version, Winter on Fire, just to try and confuse the masses.

His other less well known roles include Igor in Love in Vegas; Igor again, in No Love and the City; and Igor again, in Lyubov V Bolshom Gorode 2. Surprisingly, he also played Napoleon in Corporal vs Napoleon which probably gave him the experience he needed for his role as the President of Ukraine, the series and the reality. You couldn’t make it up!! But Bono did, so moved was he by Zelensky’s heroism that he wrote a poem in praise of him for St Patrick’s Day, comparing him to St Patrick driving the snakes out of Ireland. (Quick! Pass me the sick bag euugghh!) Personally, I think a few verses of Send in the Clowns would have been a more appropriate tribute and, of course, we won’t make any mention at all of Hunter Biden, pay offs, corruption, dodgy gas deals etc. etc…

Talking of the Oscars, I was surprised there even was an Oscar’s this year, I didn’t think they had made enough movies in the last year to provide enough choices for the Oscars. I thought Hollywood had abandoned all original thought and were just re-making a female/lgbtqiaomgwtfit+ version of every previously successful movie. Look out for the female version of 12 Angry Men, 12 Pre-menstrual Women and the inclusive version of 7 Brides for 7 Brothers, 7 Life Partners for 7 Life Partners (but life does not mean like, liiiffe, it means that for the time of their lives they wish to spend together until they decide to consciously uncouple because marriage is a construct of the white patriarchy!) Coming soon to a cinema near you!

And, finally, to the Oscars, where Chris Rock got bitch-slapped, by Will Smith, for trying to be Ricky Gervais. Well, they had to do something to get people to watch! Then Will won an Oscar and blubbered on about love, being a vessel for love and how he has been called by God to lead his people, to be a river for his people, yadda, yadda, ya… Is this a black people thing?  I mean, you know the way some white people get a bit of an ‘I’m the messiah’ complex when they become famous, think Bono, Sting, Bob Geldof, do black people, when they become successful, think they are going to be the next Dr King? Hmm…

William Shakespeare famously wrote, ‘All the worlds a stage and all the men and women merely players’ (although he wouldn’t get away with that line now! ‘All the people with penises and vaginas…’ just not the same, is it? ). Sadly, that is what the Bono’s, Will Smiths and Zelensky’s of the world forget, they are just actors/comedians/singers, like the Thunbergs, paid performers following someone else’s script. Whether they are blubbering at the Oscars or writing poems, they are not Gods, or messiahs, or even competent leaders, they are just little people with big egos and no moral conscience, dressing their hypocrisy up in self-righteous indignation, puppets parroting the latest line in propaganda for those who pull the strings, (try saying that after a few beers!). And when they start pontificating again remember the words of Shakespeare which never seemed more appropriate ‘it is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing’.

Exaunt, stage right…

Ukraine On Fire - An Oliver Stone Documentary (2016) [VIDEO] (redvoicemedia.com)

 


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I’ve been having a bit of a movie fest this last week or so, catching up with the Oscar winners in between painting, gardening and job-hunting.  I’ve watched I, Tonya, The Shape of Water and Ladybird and if I had to give marks out of ten for them, it would be 8.5 for I,Tonya, 7.5 for Ladybird and 6 for The Shape of Water.

For me, I, Tonya was the best of them.  Very funny and also remarkable in that even if only ¾ of it is true, it’s amazing that Tonya Harding ever amounted to anything with what can only be described as a poisonous old hag for a mother, not to mention Dumb, who she married, and Dumber, his friend.  We’re all aware of some of this story but I would highly recommend seeing it to fill in some of the blanks.  I won’t say anything about it other than I hope Tonya gets a happy ending.

Ladybird was enjoyable if a bit of a cliché; teenager doesn’t get along with peers, school and mother but it all comes right in the end.  While watching it, I did wonder if it was sponsored by the Catholic Church, it was very pro-church in a sentimental sort of way, but worth a look anyway if you had nothing else to do.

The Shape of Water, nothing very original in this and again a bit of a cliché. The story line has been done before, most notably in The Day the Earth Stood Still.  Only instead of an alien we have an extra from Stingray!  Usual story, strange creature with healing powers (ET), held by nasty government official and helped to escape by girl (Starman) who in this instance, can’t speak.  I’m not really sure what Guillermo was aiming for but I think this was over-rated, to be honest, and really not worthy of Best Picture Oscar.  Maybe it was a homage to those old B-movie monster flicks from back in the day, or a statement on judging those who are different or on the Cold War, which the West seems to be doing their best to start again.  Who knows?  It even had a spy from Russia who after helping in the escape is killed by his paymasters.  A bit of a coincidence or a nice little piece of propaganda - considering current events?  I wonder who financed the movie?

I’ve watched Century of the Self and I’m very cynical now, I don’t know who poisoned Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, but I don’t believe anything the government tells me about it.  The anti-Putin rhetoric has been doing the rounds for some time now and since the chances of a war with North Korea are disappearing, the military-industrial complex need a villain and a war to make some money, so back we go to Putin.   And, of course, another chance for the right-wing media, and the Blairites, to have a go at Jeremy, too.

It just all seems too convenient, I mean, why would Putin do this now when he’s in the middle of an election he’s going to win anyway?  He is popular in Russia which is a source of continuing irritation to the West and a thorn in their side as he’s keeping them out of the oil and gas fields in Crimea.

But however it all turns out surely the most embarrassing moment in the whole media-driven hysteria had to be Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson’s remarks that ‘Russia should just shut -up and go away’.   Like some naff teacher’s pet, trying to take on the school bully, this was cringe-inducing!  I’m sure Vladimir is quaking in his boots at the thought of gimpy old Gavin, NOT


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