The entertainment industry has long pushed a left-wing agenda down the throats of viewers.
“Social justice” advocacy has become rampant in recent years, with diversity, equity, and inclusion replacing plot, character, and climax.
But now this one blockbuster Hollywood director just admitted he wants to kill half the world’s population.
The woke adventures of the MCU
Now that Disney has moved on to Phase 5, it is nearly unanimously acknowledged that Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was a crushing disappointment compared to its predecessors.
Ever since Avengers: End Game, Marvel has been more concerned with diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice propaganda than it is with crafting compelling stories and characters.
Phase Four of the MCU would be similar to Oprah making sure every person in her audience goes home with a car – “Look under your seats…you get a superhero, and you get a superhero, and you get a superhero, everyone gets a superhero.”
While woke indoctrination was rampant in Phase 4, leftist messaging was sprinkled in the Avenger’s saga well before.
The snap heard round half the world
Thanos, one would-be mega villain, believes the world would be a better place with depopulation.
Thanos makes it his mission to collect the needed magical items that will allow him to snap his fingers and in the process disappear half of the world’s population.
And he does exactly that in Avengers: Infinity War.
“Going to bed hungry…scrounging for scraps – your planet was on the brink of collapse,” Thanos says in one scene of End Game. “I’m the one who stopped that. Do you know what’s happened since then? The children born have known nothing but full bellies and clear skies. It’s a paradise.”
Thanos’ daughter, Gamora, retorts that it’s “because you murdered half the planet.”
“A small price to pay for salvation,” Thanos responded.
James Cameron agrees with Thanos
And now Hollywood director James Cameron is seconding Thanos’ depopulation theory.
While promoting his hit – and another piece of leftist propaganda – Avatar: Way of the Water, Cameron admitted in an interview with Time that he believes mass murder of half the population is a good idea.
“I can relate to Thanos,” the Titanic director told Time. “I thought he had a pretty viable answer.”
According to Cameron, genocide of half the world’s population is a “viable answer.”
In fact, Cameron only sees one flaw with Thano’s evil world view.
“The problem is nobody is going to put up their hand to volunteer to be the half that has to go,” Cameron added.
Fortunately, in the Avenger’s story, there was a team of superheroes who were able to turn back time and reverse the notorious Thanos snap that killed half the world’s population.
However, Cameron knows no such team of heroes with superhuman power exists in real life.
Neither does time travel.
And yet Cameron thinks depopulation is a good idea.
This is the worldview in Hollywood that seeps into nearly every movie and television show that hits the airwaves.