James Woods – Rising Above The Babel

James Woods is stepping out with a new agenda;  using his influence and the media to offer help, assistance, and hope for those who are desperate, spiraling and in need.  It should not be minimized, it should be the cutting round for Hollywood to mimic – finally stepping up to the plate and using constructive focus – instead of destructive chaos. 

For decades Hollywood was a source of support and aid.  At the time, up until the 1960’s, Hollywood was dominated by Catholics, people of faith, and they routinely put their best foot forward in giving shows for our troops, in giving money, in giving of themselves.  But there was a shift and the atheists took control.  Suddenly Hollywood was everything about ‘self’;  self consumption, self adoration, self accolade, self awards, and there were no more hero’s.  Evil proliferated.

People need and want hero’s. We had Superman, Batman, Spiderman and a host of others who weren’t political misfits, they didn’t divide races, or religions or political ideologies, they rose in the fight of good vs evil.

That is why The People, like Trump.  He saw that evil wasn’t a political or race division, it was pervasive, it had no borders, no boundaries, it was a fight against people of any faith whose agenda was chaos, collapse, and division.  And We applaud him.

James Woods is also recreating himself in that vein.  And I applaud him.  I hope he starts a new wave.

If William Wallace were of today’s world, the media would be destroying him for allowing his wife to die…  The Gladiator would be chastised for not saving all the other gladiators.  Superman would be demonized for every imperfection, and Batman for his mistakes.  Perfection is demanded of those who are not of the pool of self as Hollywood and the media define.  The media has become a Hollywood stage of self lauding, self obsession, self grandiosity. They are no longer journalists but have assumed the role of  qualified politicians, doctors, lawyers, and economists who routinely offer such trivial solutions like;  Five Things Trump Should Do, or, This Is What The Republicans Should Do To Win, or, Trump should Not Have… fill in the blank – because of course these reporters Know It All.

Is it because of a loss of Faith?  How did it all spiral out of control?  With 9 out of 10 media outlets Liberal, how can they vehemently complain about and demand the destruction of one that is not?

Pope Francis erects himself on the balcony of his estate, surrounded by thick stone walls, backed by the most elite London special ops trained security detail equipped with assault weapons, and chastises Trump for not sharing the American People’s hard earned income with illegal immigrants.  What?

The Vatican is a no different than the Cabal.  It hordes billions in wealth – has not offered to put up one illegal immigrant in Vatican City – and attempts to tell world governments how they should – govern.

The fact that The Vatican lives this hypocrisy in NO way shutters down the millions of Catholics who continue to live Faithfully.  It shutters the religiosity of The Vatican which attempts to exude power reminiscent of the early AD centuries wherein they likened themselves to God.   As such the true Faith of the Pope and The Vatican is questioned.  They aren’t hero’s fighting evil, they are now perceived as hypocritical bad guys who have caused the exodus of millions of good faith Catholics, some fleeing to atheism, some to Evangelical Christianity and even some to Islam.

A conservative media outlet that I highly respect recently denounced Q as completely contrived, fake, a false phenomena.  If something he said was going to happen – and didn’t – his entire existence was rebuked. He has been the subject of denial by nearly every single Liberal MSM outlet.   Trump has given Q a high five, signed Q in the air.  Why?  Maybe he is fictitious, that actually isn’t important. What Q provided was faith.  He gave hope.  He was perceived as a good guy fighting evil.  Hundreds of thousands of people were lifted by him.  They saw light.  And our society needs that in order to battle evil.

I recently found my personal character twice reamed on Facebook as I did the unthinkable – I chose to proffer an alternate opinion.  Instead of debate, instead of conversation, my personal character was held up much like the severed head of Trump by Kathy Griffin.  One of my character denouncers was a Liberal, the other was a Libertarian. Both espoused peace, love, harmony and goodwill toward all men… except those that don’t align with them.

It’s like the effervescent lawn sign, “All people are welcome here” – except anyone who doesn’t define self as – Liberal.

We are in a civil war. But despite the media attempting to claim it is about prejudice, race, inequality, supremacy, politics or religion – in reality it is simply:  good vs evil.

If my two character assassins took the time to see what I write about – they might find more commonalities than differences, instead, polarization, arrogance, pride and self overshadow pulling them deeper into the chaos they claim to abhor, until they spiral down the Rabbit Hole of an alternate universe.

It is reminiscent of Babel. So many are speaking in different tongues and don’t realize that they simply don’t understand anyone’s tongue but their own, and so they babel louder, and when that doesn’t work, they scream obscenities because how dare anyone not speak their babel…. In reality, their babel speak is exactly the same.

It is ripe in the church, ripe in the media, ripe in the fields and houses and cities.  But maybe, more James’ Wood, more Trump, and less assassination, is the answer.  Hopefully before the Cabal reap their agenda, sitting back while we destroy each other – while they laugh at the infantile simplicity in destroying a nation –  a voice, a world can rise above the babel, pull out of the Rabbit Hole and see who is good and who is evil.

Pope’s And Politics -a Power Play…

Should a Pope be involved in endorsing a political candidate of any nation?

First, what is the job of being – Pope?

His role has muted over the centuries, from one of supreme power over all, including kings and rulers, to that of a spiritual guide for those within the Catholic faith. Their history is mired with political schisms, conquests, moral issues, and a failing prestige that ultimately split the church between the Orthodox and the West.

It wasn’t until the fifteen hundreds that the Papacy set about for a strident reform of the role of the Pope. As the Supreme Pontiff, his role became that of “Bridge Builder” as opposed to a regulator of power and doctrine. He was called to unite the people as one instead of act for the aristocracy of a few. And in so doing, the Pope became a servant rather than a ruler.

But in a country that is constantly decrying a separation of church and state, it would appear our esteemed Pope feels differently. Making statements regarding climate change, political candidates, and now even authorizing contraception in certain circumstances given the Zika virus, this Pope has immersed himself in a number of challenging political ideals that some feel crosses the line. When denouncing the political solution of a wall between the US and Mexico, the Pope apparently forgot that the Vatican is a ‘walled city’. And perhaps it is for this type of hiccup speech that the Pope should not involve himself in the everyday politics of a country and confine himself to the religious guardianship of souls.

While other recent Popes have taken a stance on various ‘human rights’ issues, they have maintained a respective distance before involving themselves in everyday politics. In the 80’s when Pope John II got involved in the political strife within Nicaragua, he was sanctioned and suspended. But again, this was leaning more toward ‘human rights’ than true politics. Chastising Bill Clinton for his stance on ‘pro-choice’ was even considered a bit tender.

But challenging a person’s Christian faith is more than a bit odd given the global atheist climate in Europe and Canada where nearly anything goes including extra-marital affairs, sanctioned abortions, living together outside of marriage, etc…and not just the general  population, built the leaders as well. So why would the Pope condemn Donald Trump? It crosses the religious protectorate of judgment.

Why would the Pope not chastise Clinton for her pro-abortion stance? Obama for gay marriage? The entertainment industry on – well – everything! Why not Hollande for his multiple affairs? Turkey’s Erdogan for ethnic cleansing? The political climate of this world is rife with hypocrisy when compared to the Gospel, and it is possibly for this reason alone that the Pontiff should be careful climbing into the shark tank and making judgmental statements about one.

The Pope making a ‘Congressional Address’ this past September was unnerving in that it signaled a potential desire to not just skirt US politics, but to revive power.  Power as defined by Pope’s centuries ago when their own interests were driven by wealth and control.  The move inspired guesses that the Pontiff would create support for capitalism, and the bargaining chips were played and replayed.  But others were more wary, questioning this interference in the political agenda.  Still others have trouble with the skirmishes, financial fraud, and sexual behavior within the church and feel those ‘human rights’ need more attention.  As in the Log in one’s own eye…

And while the Pope clearly supports charity and toward the poor, the Catholic Church holds vast resources at bay from the poor – estimates range from $15 billion – not including real estate holdings, artwork, jewelry etc – to $20 billion. Because the Vatican has no responsibility to divulge this information, it is only a guess, but the accumulation is definitely quite vast and hardly transparent.

It is for these reasons that the Pontiff needs to remain distant in the political structures of the globe, the hypocrisy can only become more self evident and create more distance than the main articulate of the church – to bring together, to bridge, not just the people, but the Vatican as well. And as for Trump, sometimes it is best to – pause.