Monday, April 26, 2021

The Unpopularity Wokeness in Entertainment

(Image by Steve Breen)

 Apparently, the 93rd Academy Awards were on last night.

I'm glad there's commentators who tune-in to such unpopular venues us like-minded folks tuned-out some years ago, so we can get the "Cliff Notes."

For this year, Hollywood's Chy-Nah Virus hypocrisy was on full display.

Speaking of displays...

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...even high-class fashion looks more dystopian than avant garde.

And while, Ricky Gervais wasn't invited back to MC the whole shebang...

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...there was an Oscar speech gone-viral that everyone needs to read/hear--and heed.

It's not just the Hollywierdos Americans are tuning out either.

The NBA's ratings plunged due to it's ties with the Chinese Communist Government, to one of it's leading players tweeting support for knife-wielding black teen over white cop...

(Image by Al Goodwyn)

...along with woke MLB high-tailing their All-Star Game to Denver, in protest over Georgia's new voting laws--at the expense of black-owned businesses in Atlanta.

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Us like-minded folks would love to tune-out of Zhou Bai Den's upcoming "Address to Congress" (content contains satire). 

But Zhou's handlers the most popular president ever, has their his hands on the levers of power and can directly influence our lives, unlike sports and entertainment that we can safely boycott. 


Attempting to obtain updated information is often a challenge for me with Google.  When searching for "NBA's ties to China," all the links the algorithmic commissars would allow me to see were 1-2 years old.

This happens to me on a regular basis.  So if I can think ahead of time, I often copy, paste and email the link of sites I think I'll use in the future.  

The algorithmic commissars don't block me entirely, they just make it harder for me to unearth the data I want to present. 

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