Introduction – Dec 6, 2019
The entertainment industry is effectively the propaganda come mind-control department for the New World Order. They constantly bombard us with streams of subtle messages, both overt and subliminal, designed to shape the way we see the world.
That includes everything from the way we view politics and sexual roles to the way we perceive race and racism.
However, far from reaffirming traditional male and female roles the entertainment industry has done the opposite. Defying gender convention, women are now often cast in roles where they behave more like men. You know the sort of movie where women defy men and show them they can be better than the opposite sex in street fights and business.
It is all part of a concerted media drive to promote the more masculine side of women, in the place of traditional femininity.
We could see something similar in the next Star Wars movie too.
Director JJ Abrams hints as much below and given the ongoing campaign to mainstream homosexuality we wouldn’t be surprised to see an LGBTQ character prominent in his next movie. If that happens expect them to be cast in a neutral role or portrayed positively. That’s because many of those who see the movie will be kids or youngsters and they cannot be taught to see LGBTQ characters negatively.
In other words the next movie in the Star Wars franchise could be a prime New World Order/Globo-homo production. Ed.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Might Have a Queer Character
Laura Bradley — Vanity Fair Dec 4, 2019
J.J. Abrams hints that real LGBTQ representation could be just around the corner for the Star Wars universe—but Oscar Isaac still wishes his and John Boyega’s characters could have explored their own “natural chemistry” further.
Finn and Poe might always be the Star Wars couple that never was, but Rise of Skywalker director J.J. Abrams has hinted that even if Oscar Isaac and John Boyega never hook up onscreen, queer representation could be on the way. That might not be enough to sate the fans who have clamored for years to just let Poe and Finn hook up, but hey—it’s something, right?
During an interview with Variety, Abrams said it was important to him while casting his Star Wars films to make sure the films’ universe “looked more the way the world looks than not. And in the case of the LGBTQ community, it was important to me that people who go to see this movie feel that they’re being represented in the film.” The director naturally played coy when Variety asked if that meant the upcoming film would include a queer character, but did remark, “I will say I’m giving away nothing about what happens in the movie—but I did just say what I just said.”
When Variety spoke with Isaac, he repeated his enthusiasm for the idea of letting Poe and Finn’s relationship cross into more explicitly romantic territory, noting that he had “natural chemistry” with Boyega from day one. “I remember it was an audition and the two of us just, like, did that first scene back to back—butt to butt—just doing the scene together, practicing in this room,” Isaac said. “Immediately all kind of artifice, everything just collapsed. There was an intimacy that was just there…. Personally I kinda had hoped and wished that maybe that would have been taken further in the other films, but I don’t have control over that.”
Some fans have been clamoring for a queer Star Wars character for years, largely to no avail. Donald Glover, who starred as Lando Calrissian in Solo: A Star Wars Story, offered the extratextual note that his character was queer by asking in an interview, “How can you not be pansexual in space?” But within the film itself, there was no indication that his character was anything but heterosexual.