You know, I’ve often wondered just what it’s going to take to finally get through the thick skulls of those sick creeps in Hollyweird that no one out here in the real world gives a flying f*ck about what they think, regardless of the issue. And what makes them so sure that we care, when we so obviously do not! Their lives are so very far removed from the lives of average Americans, and yet we’re still expected to believe them when they claim to feel our pain, the same pain that is, more often than not, inflicted by the very ones that the majority of these people vote for. And yet they persist in trying to convince us that they only have our best interest at heart.
All of which brings to yet another of these hypocritical Hollyweirdos, none other than the esteemed James Cameron. It was in a recent interview with Esquire Middle East that Cameron bragged about how he had cut a whole ten minutes, out of what is a three hour movie, of gun action from the new Avatar sequel, saying “what’s happening with guns in our society turns my stomach.” Cameron also took the opportunity to speak about gun culture in his adopted country of New Zealand. He told the magazine, “I’m happy to be living in New Zealand where they just banned all assault rifles two weeks after that horrific mosque shooting a couple of years ago.”
Cameron also explained why he had cut the scenes from Avatar: The Way of Water. He said, “I actually cut about 10 minutes of the movie targeting gunplay action.” And he added, “I wanted to get rid of some of the ugliness, to find a balance between light and dark. You have to have conflict, of course. Violence and action are the same thing, depending on how you look at it. This is the dilemma of every action filmmaker, and I’m known as an action filmmaker.” Perhaps the self-righteous Mr. Cameron should give back all the money he’s made depicting gun violence in all of his movies. But I’m pretty sure he’s not that eager to prove his point.
Cameron expressed some regret about the portrayal of guns in his Terminator movies. He said, “I look back on some films that I’ve made, and I don’t know if I would want to make that film now.” And he went on to say, “I don’t know if I would want to fetishize the gun, like I did on a couple of Terminator movies 30-plus years ago, in our current world. What’s happening with guns in our society turns my stomach.” Cameron has produced movies using dozens of guns, many of which were machine guns and submachine guns, before denouncing firearms and bragging about cutting scenes with them in his underperforming sequel Avatar: The Way of Water.
All totaled, five of Cameron’s films–The Terminator, Aliens, Terminator 2: Judgement Day, True Lies, and Avatar–featured approximately 100 firearms and other weapons, and yet he boasts about cutting ten minutes of gun action from Avatar 2. So what we have in Cameron is nothing more than your typical out-of-touch woke pampered elite who likes to talk about how bad guns are but never bothers to mention about the violent people who use guns. The gun does nothing unless someone picks it up and uses it. Also he made no mention of the woke equity mentality in our cities that allows violent people to go free after they commit a violent crime with a gun.
The bigger problem is how criminals are immediately released without bail. Our borders are non-existent, thanks to the Democrat Party, and all the elements of crime are being shipped in right under our noses. Democrats started the ‘Defund the Police’ movement. Criminals can get guns while those like Cameron seek to make it increasingly difficult for the law-abiding to protect themselves. I find it interesting when Hollyweird elitist socialists need to lecture law-abiding citizens on crime that they then feed in too. Make movies, that’s what you’re good at, dream worlds. The real world is where I live and I don’t want, or need, your stupid leftist opinions!
As for myself, what’s first and foremost on my list of things that turn my stomach are those arrogant and egotistical assholes like Mr. Cameron. Cameron is another of those who, because he makes movies, seems to think that he is somehow much more enlightened than are the ‘poor’ working class schmucks who pay to see his movies. Other things included on that list of things that turn my stomach is the fact that our *president has virtually no interest in securing our southern border. Also, the fact that we have those who now claim men are actually able to get pregnant, turns my stomach. The fact that we have men competing in women’s sports, turns my stomach.
And also on that list is the fact that a woman should be able to murder he baby right up to moment it’s about to be born, turns my stomach. The fact that we have crossdressing weirdos performing in front of our children, turns my stomach. That we have the most corrupt president in our history, turns my stomach. And what turns my stomach is people like Cameron who refuse to allow people to protect themselves from criminals. People like Cameron who make film after film of nonstop shoot ‘em ups and make a huge amount of money promoting guns and then complain about them. They glorify guns and gun violence in their movies and then condemn guns in public.
There isn’t a gun problem, what there is is a morality problem. It wasn’t all that long ago that you could have a gun hanging in the back window of your pickup truck. You could park in on the street with no fear that someone would try to steal it, and nobody used it except for its intended purpose, hunting. Now days they do not enforce gun laws which guess what, encourages more gun crime. These morons in charge ‘want’ things to get so bad that the people’ will clamor for gun control. Then they will be able to rule over us with impunity, even worse than what they are doing now. Cameron is a useful idiot who will never feel the effects of such laws.
And have you ever noticed who it is that makes up the loudest voices calling for more “gun control?” That would those ‘elites’ who are rich enough to afford gun-toting private security, and anyone else they can sucker into believing that a disarmed populace is a ‘safe’ populace, when it’s just the opposite that’s true. Don’t get me wrong, I have no problem with wealthy folks having private security if they so choose. What I have a problem with is them then seeking to deny others the same right to protection that they enjoy. The average person can’t afford to employ 24/7 private security, but a lot of average folks can afford to buy a gun to protect themselves.
Always remember, and never forget, our ‘elites’ have a very obvious ulterior motive when it comes to ‘gun control.’ You see, it’s less about the ‘gun’ than it is about the ‘control.’ And don’t think that if the U.S. up and banned all guns tomorrow, there wouldn’t be carve outs made for private security to carry guns when protecting people like Cameron. And on a bit of a sidenote, it was New Zealand that was one of the most authoritarian nations in the western world during the height of the “plandemic”. But with a net worth of $700 Million, Cameron will never feel the authoritarian crush of the “state” when it rears it’s ugly head again, and it will.