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Denzel Washington Gives Hollyweirdo Meryl Streep a Beatdown

Wednesday, January 11, 2017 11:37
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Who hasn’t heard by now that Meryl Streep gave her best acting performance to date while accepting some nonsense award at the Golden Globes.

These award shows should be banned. Awards ceremonies showcase the self-indulgent rich–mostly white Leftists–bragging about their latest charity project.

Celebrities bounce from helping lowly blacks, to Mexicans, to women, to the LGBT, Muslims, then some disease, while ignoring their contradictions and hypocrisies like bad scripts and old high school friends.

I believe many in Hollywood don’t believe their nonsense. However few have the nerve to forego the glitz and glamour of the lifestyle. To be famous must be the best drug of all.

Some like Denzel Washington however, understand where they fit in the scheme of things. Denzel discusses it here.

No greater polarization occurred in recent history for Hollywood, than the transition from worthless Obama to billionaire Donald Trump.

A Hollyweirdo named Nicco Mele wrote of the ease of Trump winning the presidency:

Being a political animal, one of my first thoughts on Wednesday morning was, “Who’s going to run for President now?”

You can rest assured that there are a dozen or so billionaires slamming their fists on their kitchen tables in frustration that they sat this one out. “I’m smart enough to be president, smarter than him!” But, ultimately, a major part of Trump’s success is his celebrity. He is among the most well-known figures in American culture. The antidote to Trump isn’t Elizabeth Warren; it’s Oprah.

Trump made it look easy, right? That took talent, by the way.

Hollywood believes themselves relevant, as “art is life.”

Dr. Azaleh Aalai said this of the collision of politics and pop culture,

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My take is that politics undercuts virtually every aspect of our lives, and that artists in particular—such as Steep—have a moral imperative to use their voices (and their craft) to speak out against injustices that are occurring. Diversity in Hollywood is a political issue, whether women in Hollywood are being paid comparably to their male counterparts is political, who is being hired for what and how much and where and when—all of it cuts across politics. Should we just expect our beloved celebrities to look pretty during awards shows, receive their accolades for their performances with humility, say something funny and maybe sentimental, and then be quiet? Shouldn’t we expect—no, demand—more from our celebrated public figures?

Certainly we can all agree with Dr. Aalai, that “art is life?”

Yes, I mockingly ask that as question. Here’s another. What is art?

Perhaps celebrities can learn from Mark Wahlberg, who said,

“A lot of celebrities did, do, and shouldn’t [talk politics],” he told the magazine, explaining that A-listers aren’t on the same playing field as the common voter. “They might buy your CD or watch your movie, but you don’t put food on their table. You don’t pay their bills. A lot of Hollywood is living in a bubble. They’re pretty out of touch with the common person, the everyday guy out there providing for their family.”

And as Denzel Washington said, “It’s just a movie; don’t get it twisted.”

Hollyweirdo don’t dodge bullets or put themselves in harm’s way. Shut up and act.



Source: http://theblacksphere.net/2017/01/denzel-washington-gives-hollyweirdo-meryl-streep-beatdown/

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  • Drain HOLLYWIERD to! Fresh faces with REAL TALENT urgently Wanted.

    • The “fresh faces with real talent’ quickly disintegrates into the vain,disconnected to humanity,empty headedness that you see in todays stars.. Hollywood does that.. It changes people into what you saw the other night at the Golden Globes..

  • Boo

    Wouldn’t it make sense that these Hollywood bleeding hearts, get off their Hollywood couches, take their own talents, money and influence and move into hot spots like Detroit, Chicago and Baltimore and help rebuild these crumbling city’s? It does tax the mind of those with less means who actually do go out and spend their energies at trying to rebuild and contribute positive improvements to these community’s only to have to turn on another award show spouting platitudes by the winners of their awards. Spouting platitudes doesn’t build one park, school or small business. What gives? How did we get to the point that Hollywood platitudes suffice for actual results?

  • humble man, kudos

  • Give it a year, hopefully when things begin to get better in the USA , hopefully I say!! , these hollywood Creeps will be all over the DON like a Golden Shower!!. Has beens ,washed up actors past thier use by dates. Give me a good AUSSIE movie any day!!
    just sayin!! :wink: :wink: :razz: :razz: :razz: :razz:

  • I’d like to pose a challenge to Ms. Meryl Streep, and all the Hollywood Actors that support her and stand behind her speech against President-Elec Trump. I challenge you to agree to quit the job you’ve known for so long and volunteer for the next 4 years, working 18-20 hours a day, to make the community a better place. When you do this, just like President Trump, you must agree to do so without any pay. I’m sure many other Patriotic Americans would love to support this challenge. Good Luck! Let’s see if you are Woman, or man, enough to accept the challenge.

  • Man

    so this ronald reagan fellow… he was a hollywood star, right?

    • b4

      a very humble guy–my bro in law worked security for him in santa barbara–the guy was the very decent guy–treated everybody with respect–always respectful to all–unlike the clowns we have had the last 8 years and the klintons–hiterly is a beast–the worst of the worst

  • Such a weird photoshopped picture.

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