The Sunday Morning Tune-up ~ February 1, 2015

 "With love for mankind and hatred of sins." ~ St. Augustine

“With love for mankind and hatred of sins.” ~ St. Augustine

Going to the movies used to be about entertainment…but I am beginning to wonder. Maureen Dowd used the term “Artful Falsehood” to describe the movie Selma a few weeks back. This past week my wife and I saw the movie, The Imitation Game. If you haven’t seen the movie and plan to, you may wish to stop reading and bookmark today’s Tune-up until after you’ve seen the movie. Let’s just say that Hollywood has perfected what I would call “Artful Sneakiness”. Good Sunday Morning Dear Friend!

Social Engineering – The REAL “Imitation Game”!

The Imitation Game was a great movie because it was great actors doing great storytelling. And what an amazing story they had to tell. A one hour and fifty three minute story about a man whose mind ended WWll two years earlier than it might have otherwise, saving millions of lives as a result. That, in and of itself, was perhaps the best story of the 2015 Oscar season! But Alan Turing also happened to be a man whose own society rewarded him for saving the world by prosecuting him for his homosexual “deviancy” and forcing him to submit to the chemo-castration therapy that eventually drove him to take his own life…a life that was kept secret for fifty years after the war ended.

Some day when movie-making becomes just about entertainment again, I will enjoy simply being entertained. But as long as its function is to engineer, or should I say re-engineer and entertain me, I shall want to pay closer attention to the experience.  In the case of Selma, we can observe ourselves feeling resentment for our whiteness. With Imitation Game, we are left holding resentment and guilt for our morality. In reality however, King’s blackness was served and even rescued by LBJ’s whiteness…and St. Augustine’s wisdom shines as bright as ever in our love for Cryptanalyst Alan Turing the man.

Was Imitation Game as guilty of “Artful Falsehood” as Selma? Who would know? The point is that when the writer, producer and actor alter the character or angle the story to serve an agenda there is the likelihood of “social engineering” at play behind the scenes. Never underestimate the influence, the sway, the sheer financial power of the Tyrannical Trinity in Hollywood! Are we really naïve and dim-witted enough to think TV shows like Will and Grace, Modern Family and Glee are only about entertainment? If governments, politicians and big corporations can control the news we get, as confirmed by award-winning investigative journalist/author Sharyl Attkisson, think how they are able to control what we believe and feel through the powerful and emotionally-charged medium of television and cinema! Hitler sure as hell knew

It’s no accident or coincidence that the CEO of Exxon becomes the CEO of the Boy Scouts, and the Boy Scouts in turn, dishonor their oath to God by turning “morally straight” into the acceptance of sodomy as a social norm. The LGBT are more than militant extortionists, they are an affront to God as the Trinity’s ground troops in the war on morality. And you and I had better wake up to the reality that we are not the audience; we are the cast members fighting for our very souls…morally obligated to fight back against the greatest deception of our time!

Wouldn’t it be the irony of all ironies for Alan Turing’s Freedom-saving life to have become the Tyrant’s pawn in death as just another tool to enslave us all? Now there’s a blockbusting story plot if ever there was one! 😉

Chip Murray: Wide Awake
Advertisements

About Chip Murray

Singer/Songwriter
This entry was posted in Economy, Entertainment, Jihad, Politics, Religion, Society, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

5 Responses to The Sunday Morning Tune-up ~ February 1, 2015

  1. D. says:

    The “persecuted gay character”is one of the martyrs of secular humanism. They tell the story in order not to just get you to doubt your beliefs,if you are not a secular humanist, but they tell it to rally their troops. Win-win Chip, very clever!
    We need to stop being dumb enough to fall for that. We need to tell the story from our point of view. We need to get more videos on YouTube. We need to tell our story and get it on the screen. Listen, Alan Turing was a brilliant individual. However, he had personal issues for which he needed love and help. His homosexuality? Preach the Word, the good news of God’s redemption. In the end, it is his choice. We as Christians need to leave it at that. He should not have been chemically castrated. I honor him for breaking the German code thus enabling us to help end WWII. If we start telling our story, let me give you this vision : It will make a lot of money and employ a lot of conservative people. It will begin a national debate. It will be the beginning of hope and change.

  2. D. says:

    I have to say one more thing. I just saw “American Sniper” on Friday night. The theater was crowded. Miracle of all miracles, at the end of the film, the N.Y. audience applauded. I was inspired, and validated. Apparently others were too. ” American sniper” will shortly be the second highest grossing R rated movie of all time after, the “Passion of the Christ.” I really thought after the “Passion” reached such stellar financial heights that something would happen in American. I thought that the log-jam of inertia that gripped the artistic and intellectual conservative thinkers would crack and that a flood of movies, music and internet projects would ensue. So, here the theme continues. Here is another movie with a conservative theme that buried the competition at the box-office. So, what are we going to do?

    • Chip Murray says:

      These events, the successes of American Sniper and Passion along with the last two mid-terms and the amazing rally of support around Chick-Fil-A tells us that their crafted version of who America is…is one big fat demoralizing lie. I think we need to stop feeding the Beast D…

  3. D. says:

    That is truly a positive thought for the day! Thank you.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s