A Quick Summary of “A Shiksa is Born” (with Lady Gaga)

A Quick Summary of “A Shiksa is Born” (with Lady Gaga)

Here is a quick plot summary of the new version of A Star is Born (aka A Shiksa is Born) starring Lady Gaga.

  • Boy meets girl in a drag bar
  • Boy loses girl because he’s a drunken louse
  • Boy kills himself

This is what the (((media))) want for your sons. This is the world they’ve envisioned for them. His future is a lifeless body, swinging from the rafters of an empty room: see Anthony Bourdain, Robin Williams, etc.

Will you wake up before it’s too late? Will you be able to steer your life in another direction? Will you have the courage to see that everything good is bad and everything bad is good?

Conversely, here is the movie from the “modern” woman’s perspective:

  • Girl is a stripper
  • Girl meets an Alpha male that sees the magic inside her
  • Girl becomes the legend she as destined to be
  • Girl continues on after alpha dies…no harm, no foul.

It seems better, but it’s really not. First off, your daughter should not be stripping. Secondly, she should not wait for a rock star to drag her out of a filthy gutter.

If she follows the advice in the movie, she’ll be the one swinging from the rafters – just look at how many modern women are currently on anti-depressants. The reason is not a debased nature; it’s because they’re following a debased Weltnschauung.

Satan is alive and well…and his name is Eric Roth. He is the Jewish writer of A Shiksa is Born and, like all his Satantic ilk, he receives a sick pleasure in polluting the spiritual waters of America. His joy lies in a discombobulated goyim, struggling to make sense of their crumbling lives.

There is no need to wait for Halloween to see monsters…they operate in the boardrooms and synagogues of Hollywood.

Reblog: “The Short, Mediocre Life of David Foster Wallace” by Matt Forney

Reblog: “The Short, Mediocre Life of David Foster Wallace” by Matt Forney

For some time, I’ve wanted to write an article about David Foster Wallace. Many years ago, I tried to read Infinite Jest. I saw a video by Stephen King where he raved about the book. Long story short, after reading the novel I was nauseated. It was, arguably, the worst book I ever read (been subjugated to is a better description). How could such a terrible book become famous?

Matt Forney provides an explanation. So I defer to his article, because he summarizes the novel, as well as Foster’s life, very well. Note that Wallace committed suicide, casting a dubious shadow over his fame.

Some great quotes are listed below:

“…no one has actually enjoyed Infinite Jest, that unreadable Rubik’s Cube of pointless allusions and plagiarized subplots.”

“His books have been steadily forgotten and the choppy, sludgy style he pioneered has been swept aside by a torrent of genuine talent.”

“David Foster Wallace’s impact on American literature was as ephemeral as a rat’s fart.”

Well put.

Foster was a media creation, applauded for his ability to create ambiguity. His opaque vision of the world was, in many ways, similar to other diabolical schemes: i.e. the Frankfurt School, the Kalergi Plan. Create a confusion, destroy an Alpha, and gather a shekel…then repeat and rinse.

Thankfully, the world is waking up. Democracy, via the internet, is exposing the foot soldiers of Satan. It’s a great time to be alive.

The full article is here in all its glory: The Short, Mediocre Life of David Foster Wallace

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