Friday, November 17, 2017

Hollywood Attacks the Natural Law

The natural law is a beautiful thing.  It is the desire that God wrote on each of our hearts to do good and avoid evil.  It is a compass that points us in the right direction.  Through human reason, we are capable of finding God.

When these hypocrites cry out for justice,
the justice of God will throw them into Hell!
But we have a fallen nature and so our Salvation is not guaranteed.  In fact, there are devils who want us to fall into the abyss of Hell so that they can be joined in their misery and comforted in the fact that they are taking souls away from God.

Hollywood is run by demons who realize the power of the natural law and attack, insult and twist it in a way that progressively blocks it out.

We see the Harvey Weinstein scandal that started a chain reaction to accuse just about every man who ever had his name in the newspaper of sexually harassing a woman.

Hollywood not only denies Original Sin and our fallen nature when they say bad entertainment is harmless.  They become hypocrites who want to have the extent of sin in both ways: destroy the representative dignity of chivalrous men who in the natural order represent God (and the idea of the two sexes) AND allow prostitution (legalized in parts of Nevada), pornographic pictures, and every imaginable impurity everywhere.

The headlines in the news about the evil of men could be a distraction from the evil of women.  For who sinned greater, Adam or Eve?  Men are very much to blame.

But impure women with the hatred of goodness and reason also insult the natural law.  How can a woman willingly star in the most impure and perverse movies- then accuse a man of assault?  How can a woman who is the brash, rebellious type, never content to stay at home but getting dressed up to walk out on the street- say a man is the criminal and she is the victim?  When these hypocrites cry out for justice, the justice of God will throw them into Hell.


"And behold a woman in harlot's attire prepared to deceive souls; talkative and wandering, not bearing to be quiet, not able to abide still at home, now abroad, now in the streets, now lying in wait near the corners.  And catching the young man, she kisseth him, and with an impudent face, flattereth, saying: I vowed victims for prosperity, this day I have paid my vows...For my husband is not at home, he is gone a very long journey...For she hath cast down many wounded, and the strongest have been slain by her.  Her house is the way to hell, reaching even to the inner chambers of death."  -Proverbs 7




WHAT DO YOU THINK?

9 comments:

  1. So, did all the victims of Catholic priests deserve what they got too?

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    1. That is a distracting, unrelated remark since no child deserves to be abused. This article is pointing out that if you capitalize on promiscuity as Hollywood does, it is hypocritical for adult women actresses who are literally pinups to begin to cast blame for sexual misconduct, especially decades after it happened.

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  2. I’m not distracting. A lot of the women who are coming out with these accusations were abused and assualted as children, hence the ‘decades after it happened’.

    By overlooking that and ignoring that you’re either A) sexualizing children, or B) ignoring the facts to suit your theories.

    Let’s forget that though, and address one thing you didn’t in this half-baked article; consent.

    You can have your views on purity and modesty, and that’s your prerogative, but you can’t overlook consent.
    Women in bikinis, exercising their bodily autonomy, acting in ‘impure’ movies are consenting. They’re choosing to do those things. They have legal rights and are being paid and respected.
    Women being assaulted and taken advantage of shouldn’t be blamed for being the victims of rape and assault because they wear bikinis.
    That’s extremely hypocritical and ungodly view to hold.

    ‘He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.’
    - John 8:7

    ‘If possible, so far as it depends on you, be at peace with all men.’
    - Romans 12:18

    ‘So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets.’
    - Matthew 7:12

    ‘Honor all people, love the brotherhood, fear God, honor the king.’
    - 1 Peter 2:17

    Not to mention that modest woman are raped and assaulted too. I was, when I was 13. I didn’t tell anyone specifically because of people like you who write articles like this, which is another reason that women don’t talk about it until decades afterward; they’ve recovered and healed. You need to step back, reevaluate, and ask yourself, WWJD?

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    1. I am in no way ignoring sexual crimes but saying that to prevent them we must get to the root of the problem. It's actually pretty half baked to say that immodesty and pornography are ok, if other sexual promiscuity is not. Do we use our bodies to serve ourselves or God? It says in the bible that we can't serve two masters. If you want bible quotes, Proverbs 7 above condemns in pretty strong terms the woman who behaves badly. I promote the Church law on marriage and family because children are safest with loving parents. Child abuse is always horrible. In fact, Abortion is the most horrendous crime imaginable, so why not fight immorality if only to prevent abortion? Again, this article is about the hypocrisy- the danger really- of Hollywood culture. Speaking of which, right now California's prostitution ban is being challenged.

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    2. You are the hypocrite. What is your sexual morality based on? Because you clearly hate Catholic morality based on the absolutes of God's law and Natural Law.

      I've noticed that feminists, who fell over themselves making excuses for Bill Clinton's abuse of women, are now coming up with this fake absolute of "consent." What does that even mean? Who defines what "consent" is anyway? There are college women who accuse men of "raping" them after they gave consent, because they changed their mind the day after the fact. Is that "consent?"

      Sexual immorality is a two way street. Men are to blame for their own sexual sin, women are to blame for sexualizing and cheapening themselves with immodest dress, and putting themselves in situations where they are taken advantage of.

      Children are taught in kindergarten that homosexuality is fine, that the most abominable sexual practices are "normal," that "If it feels good, do it," and then all of the sudden they are supposed to hold back because some social justice warrior started a hashtag campaign?

      If sexual morality (or any morality) is defined by men and not God, then who are you or anyone to say what is or is not moral?

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  3. Where do I say sexual promiscuity isn’t okay? I believe it is, that’s the opinion I hold. I respect that you don’t.

    My only issue is that you’re equating promiscuity with crime. Consent is a big deal. Wether or not someone is in control of what their body is doing, who is doing what to them, wether or not they’re being respected, that all goes along with consent. If you equate sexual promiscuity with a crime (as you literally just did) then you’re saying that consent doesn’t matter to you, and by that logic rape is okay isn’t it?
    After all, it’s pretty half-baked to say that sometimes consent is necessary (or in this case, deserved) and sometimes it isn’t. Right?

    God bless, peace out. ✌

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    1. NO: sexual promiscuity is wrong means rape would be criminal. Not sure how you misinterpreted that one. What I'm doing is taking that to it's logical conclusion: a good marriage is a much safer place for women then being drunk in a hotel room and trying to decide if they "consent". Actually, the freedom we enjoy to give "consent" is the freedom of Western civilization, which was built upon Christian principles.

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  4. I completely agree with this post. And yes, one cannot always control what is done to them but it is ridiculous to think that women should objectify their bodies and tempt men in such a way and call it their right but then expect men to treat them with dignity. It is almost a sub-message when a woman dresses immodestly... She doesn't explicitly say her intentions but she will be treated the way she portrays herself... Portray yourself with immodesty and expect to be treated immodestly. There are evil people who will take advantage of those who try to be holy as well but then it is completely at the fault of the evil doer. Hollywood is teaching women to behave in such a way that asks men to treat them accordingly. Sad reality of our fallen world. Anyway, I always enjoy your posts and look forward to the next one!

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    1. Thanks for the support! Absolutely saying that what you're advertising is not for sale after all is just- false advertising. Women know what they are doing and should take responsibility.

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