Does ‘The Shape Of Water’ Represent The End Of Civilization?

By ginkeys, them thar libtard Hollyweird pre-verts done done it again!

At least that’s the verdict of one “Khristian” (As opposed to “Christian,” which he ain’t!) troglodyte named Kevin Swanson.

For those of you who haven’t had the displeasure of knowing who the hell he is, here’s a few quick BULLet points:

There’s a lot more, but I’m writing a post, not a book series.

Kev’s latest (as of 1/11/18) is a tirade against a movie, written and directed by Guillermo del Toro, entitled “The Shape of Water.”

The movie got a 92 on the Tomatometer, and even took home a couple of “Golden Globes,” but evidently ol’ Kev weren’t none of the 92.

You see, (according to Kev) it ain’t that the movie makes kids gay, it’s that it’ll turn the youngens into beast bonkers! (And, you can’t have Jr. “doin’ the dog!” What would the neighbors think?)

On his radio show this morning, Kev came out swinging (and missing).

If a man has sexual relations with an animal, he is to be put to death, and you must kill the animal.

In the movie, the “man” is a woman (Does that still count?) and the “animal” is an intelligent, but mysterious sea creature. (As for the “sexual relations’ part, I don’t do spoilers.)

It’s hard to even describe what goes on in the film, but, of course, the death penalty crime of Leviticus 20:15 had to do with the absolute lowest, most depraved activity that humans have ever engaged in at all and it’s only the most depraved people in the world that even want to mention this stuff, let alone sit there and watch it for two and a half hours on the movie screen.

Ah yes, there’s no greater authority than a selectively quoted Bronze-Age book of BS.

The movie itself is completely centered around cross-species mating. The movie [approvingly] presents the Leviticus 20:15 sinful habit that really has only been part of the most depraved people, the most insane people that ever lived in the history of mankind.

This is the end of culture. This is the end of civilization as we know it.

For those of you who haven’t seen the movie, here’s a tease:

Stay tuned!

Grouchy
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