Got ego? Hollywood parasite condemns cows!

There goes Wisconsin!

Enduring the Hollywood Hannibal Lecture Tour

You know the coastal liberal elite is losing middle America when Hollywood comes out against milk.

Viewership for the 2020 Oscar telecast hit an all-time low, a 20% drop from last year — 23.6 million. (Compared to 37.2 million for the State of the Union.) It is another sign of the self-inflicted Liberal End Times. Wooing us is too much like work, they’d rather just piss us off and feel better about themselves.

The groundlings at Stately Manor were rooting for Brad Pitt to win best supporting actor (never mind why it wasn’t leading man). A nice enough speech except that The Great Shirtless One kvetched that his 45 seconds was more than John Bolton got. Hey, John Bolton could have demanded 45 minutes from CNN or MSNBC if he really had something to say but, again, never mind. Surprised Mean Mr. Mustache wasn’t a presenter. Or the announcer of a presenter of a presenter.

Korean director Boon Jong Ho was delightful in his unrestrained joy — and surprise — at returning to the stage to accept more statuettes than he ever dreamed possible. Now there is some real feel good — and no moral posturing!

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But Joaquin Phoenix was downright embarrassing. We didn’t realize his performance as the disturbed man-child in The Joker wasn’t acting. Should do well in tonight’s (02-11-2020) New Hampshire primary. Listen to these ravings:

“We feel entitled to artificially inseminate a cow, and when she gives birth, we steal her baby. We take her milk that’s intended for her calf, and we put it in our coffee and our cereal. And I think we fear the idea of personal change because we think that we have to sacrifice something.”

You want real ego-centrism?

Compare that to Mayor Pete’s Democrat(ic) party litmus, wherein one is entitled not to steal the baby, but to kill it For good measure, the Democrat(ic) party IS opposed to cows and to their milk. Little girl from Sweden says so. Former barkeep from the Bronx, same Green New Deal. 

The best actor winner’s exposition of Cows’ Rights is a worthy addition to the Left’s flight over the cuckoo’s nest. New York magazine called it “a deeply confusing speech that combined his thoughts about veganism, racism, the general egocentrism of humanity (of which “having an event like the Oscars” probably counts as one).” New York magazine:

LOW: The Oscars patting themselves on the back for allowing a woman to conduct one (1) song for the first time in 92 years, immediately after making Brie Larson, Sigourney Weaver, and Gal Gadot [Blaska: WHO?] stand onstage and say things like, “All women are superheroes!” All women should not be forced to participate in pandering, infantilizing bullshit!

Blaska’s Bottom Line: Where is Ricky Gervais when you need him? Or Pat Boone, for that matter?

What do YOU think?

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20 Responses to Got ego? Hollywood parasite condemns cows!

  1. Paula says:

    I personally know conservatives who are vegan, vegetarian, and who advocate for animals. Animal welfare is not a liberal issue; it’s a *human* one.

    That said, I detest the preaching and the sanctimony. Being an example and inspiration to others is preferable to shaming others for their food choices.

    Preaching (especially when coupled with hypocrisy) is something Hollywood & elitists excel at, and it turns more people off their cause than it does to attract them.


    • geo_ says:

      Preaching (especially when coupled with hypocrisy) You mean like republican politicians. The examples are too numerous to mention.


      • Paula says:

        Hypocrisy is ubiquitous, regardless of political affiliation.

        No interest in childish pissing contests, especially with an anonymous poster.

        Liked by 1 person

        • geo_ says:

          Unless you’re the only Paula in the world, you to are anonymous, just more hypocrisy from the right.


        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          Paula’s not anonymous to anyone that can fog a mirror here, geo_.

          Curious; is this what your pal The Gotch, et al, might expect as Lefty continues to crash-n-burn in a highly visible, and cringe-inducing, manner?

          The Gotch


    • Paula Fitz says:


      I usually post here under Paula Fitz. I ran the group supporting local law enforcement: Enough info for you, “Geo”?

      FYI: I’m a former moderate Democrat turned Independent. Although I’m not a hardcore Republican, I’ve been increasingly voting that way since the Democratic party became radicalized.

      Now, tell us more about yourself. With a name like “Geo” you can be just about anyone.


      • geo_ says:

        George Parrino here, I also consider myself an independent as I usually find democratic candidates far to conservative.


        • Paula Fitz says:

          Hi George,

          Interesting how preferences vary. I find the Democrats way too far left for my taste.

          One thing is for certain: politics has become a blood sport in this country, and it’s not sustainable or healthy.


    • Batman says:

      I believe Joaquin Phoenix was referring to Factory Farming where animals aren’t treated as sentient creatures but instead as commodities without a neuro system all in the name of higher profit. It isn’t necessary and is literally 24/7 brutal torture for the animals we consume. There are numerous online videos filmed by undercover operatives that expose the conditions of Factory Farms. The link below is one that is narrated by Paul McCartney.
      I listened to his 4min acceptance speech on YouTube and found it quite sincere, non-preachy, and inspiring. An anomaly indeed.


      • Paula Fitz says:

        Well stated!

        I will now have to listen to his acceptance speech.

        Surveys show that most Americans want farm animals to be treated humanely, yet sadly, most of the animal products consumed in the US are borne of factory farming.

        Animal welfare has somehow been deemed a “liberal” issue, when it’s really not. I personally know conservatives who are dedicated animal activists. And look at Matthew Scully, pro-life, conservative speechwriter who also advocates for animals.

        Conversely, I’ve seen progressive liberals (including here in Madison who hold office) who are by no means, friends to animals.

        Like everything else, animals have gotten caught up in our political bullshit.


  2. George's Son says:

    Most don’t like being schooled by play actors who may/may not have real intelligence. Not a new thought – Cary Grant complained about the trend in the 1960’s…. He said in the 30-40’s it was no big deal, just pals in the industry getting together for a pleasant night. Now they also denigrate their own workplace…. No wonder viewers decline each and every year.Sorta reminds us of one of our major political parties.


  3. Where I live calves are born in the pasture with their mothers and stay with them to nurse, So not all cows are traumatized. And I use milk more than just my cereal. I drink a glass a day. Joaquin lives in a Hollywood bubble just like Brad Pitt. They know nothing other than what they hear at their Vegan Hollywood parties.


  4. Gary L. Kriewald says:

    You’d think that people who make a living–a living that the rest of us can only dream of–by attracting audiences to watch their picture-shows would be better at figuring out what people want–and don’t want–to hear. One thing they clearly don’t want to hear is a pack of demented narcissists complaining about how unwoke the rest of the world is. (I’d bet any amount of money that Mr. Phoenix has never set foot in a dairy barn.) BTW I had never heard of the movie “Parasite” before its name kept popping up during the awards ceremony. It’s probably a fine movie but it had no business winning for best picture after winning for best foreign film (or whatever the PC version of “foreign” is). The Oscars are intended to celebrate American films and there was plenty of good competition for the best picture award. But of course now Hollywood can crow about handing the top award to a Korean film-maker, which is why he won in the first place.


    • Paula Fitz says:


      Hollywood, like most politicians, are out of touch with middle America. Even after the Gervais thing, they still don’t get that most of us don’t want to listen to their platitudes.


  5. George's Son says:

    Paula: “Hypocrisy is ubiquitous, regardless of political affiliation.” “One thing is for certain: politics has become a blood sport in this country, and it’s not sustainable or healthy.” Always nice to hear from you, Paula –you never waste words on personalities, etc. and your focus is stringent, accurate & impeccable.


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