is that the Walt Disney Company probably does more to promote nostalgia for traditionally feminine and masculine archetypes (not to mention for medieval, white, European monarchy) than American Christians. You can take that as a statement about Disney’s hypocritical double game or about the ineffectuality of today’s Christians, but it’s quite arguable.
Christians are to be persecuted because they can’t practice plausible deniability like Disney and the purchasers of its products. (The little girls who are its ultimate consumers, on the other hand, are always threatening to give the game away.) I sometimes get the sense that Disney executives don’t really like their product and try to be extra PC to compensate. I foresee fairy tales being more and more regarded the way we used to regard pornography; nowadays, it’s just a different aspect of human sexuality that we repress.
One wonders what the world of these anti-discrimination laws coupled with the the gay-rights media lynch mob will be like. Potentially anyone who expresses moral disapproval of homosexuality could be turned into an unemployable social pariah, a fate most people find worse than death. If around half of the country remains firm against the sodomy agenda, it will be completely impractical to do that to all of them, but I expect the vast majority to cave. Still, ruining even one percent of the population would still be quite an exertion, white a burden on the rest. More likely, it will work like Steve Sailer’s metaphorical “eye of Soros”, where ruin will randomly be visited on some people who express forbidden thoughts but not others. I’m reminded of the episode of Star Trek: the Next Generation with a planet where the punishment for every crime, no matter how trivial, is death, but the police only monitor one spot per day, and no one knows where that spot is.
I sometimes hear calls from Christians to boycott companies that are calling for our persecution. By all means, if you want to avoid buying products from Disney or the NFL or whoever because you think it’s cooperation in evil or just they’ve made you so mad you wouldn’t enjoy their products anyway, go ahead and do it. But I’m always against organized, announced boycotts from our side for the simple reason that they will certainly fail to hurt their target, and it’s bad for all sorts of reasons to demonstrate your weakness to the enemy.
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