Emasculated and often effeminate, white celebrities promoted by the Left as ”good men” are always perpetual adolescents longing to be men, but lacking the knowledge necessary to become men.
In America, famous actor Brad Pitt is often held up by the liberal media as symbolic of the good and noble Western Man – the white version, anyway. What if past generations (pre-middle 20th century) had held this type of self-loving, gentle-man on high and pointed to those like him as symbolic of the best of Western Man? What if young people before the mid-1900s had been taught to emulate the Brad Pitts of their day? Who would we be now?
Did you shudder? You’re not alone.
How did we get to a place where a Brad Pitt is not laughed into obscurity? Many factors led us to this point but one thing is painfully obvious; Mr. Pitt is the cultural spawn of the gentle-men who came before him; gentle-men like Beattle-turned-degenerate, John Ono Lennon, who amazingly took his wife’s name in marriage, and David Bowie, a weird, sexually confused entertainer portrayed by the media as an “artist.” Mr. Lennon and Mr. Bowie were two well-known and highly acclaimed celebrities from the late 20th century who layed the groundwork that made possible the Brad Pitts of today.
In the video below, watch how angry the gentle-man John Lennon becomes when confronted by cartoonist/satirist Al Kapp, a normal man wielding nothing but the truth. This is a portion of the infamous sleep-in-for-peace stunt performed by Mr. Lennon the dirty hippie, and his extremely unattractive wife Yoko Ono (Mr. Lennon, of course chose Yoko Ono because she was the most anti-Western woman, in appearance and philosophy, that he could find). Hear John Lennon spew his moronic ideology and hear the wonderfully honest Mr. Kapp declare that he is having none of it. It is enlightening and much fun to watch.
The next two videos are songs performed by David Bowie who is a weird, often anti-man entertainer. As such, Mr. Bowie was an early soldier in the war against normalcy and proper manhood. He was very popular in the 20th century and eventually considered quite mainstream.
There were many more of these anti-establishment jesters who led young people astray with radical liberal ideologies but these limited examples should get the point across well. Had our non-adult children been denied access to entertainers like John Lennon, David Bowie, and other gentle-men like them, there would now be little market for a Brad Pitt. Monitor the entertainment that young people around you see and guide them to something good. Otherwise, the subsequent generations spawned by the Brad Pitt-version of the gentle-man will be the future Western Man. Ponder what that will look like. Did you shudder again?
Of course, teach young people that reading is superior to movies, but when they desire to watch a movie, teach your children and the young adults in your life to look to entertainers like John Wayne and James Stewart. There are other entertainers who would be up to the task, but these are certainly two of the greatest.
Below are two movies that contain themes and characters (male and female) that any healthy society would desire its young people to emulate. Since there have been few marquee entertainers like John Wayne and James Stewart in American culture in recent decades, you will likely have to watch the older movies to find the good, wholesome messages you are seeking. Have your kids watch enough movies made by men like Mr. Wayne and Mr. Stewart and there will be no place in their hearts for a silly little, self-loving gentle-man like Brad Pitt. In this way, you’ll help your children to more easily find decent, uplifting entertainment that will enrich their lives and strengthen their futures.