Wednesday, February 23, 2011
MGM Jews Transform Shakespeare Play into Temple of Blackworship
A blast from the not-too-distant past today: a 1993 version of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing. It is interesting how a casting strategy can change the feel of the entire play, and turn a bucolic romantic comedy into a modern day talmudized lesson in blackworship.
With Denzel Washington cast as Don Pedro, we meet the flawless black leader of gangs of flawed whites. [Funny how Washington serves this function in yet another film, as he did in Unstoppable, in our last post].
On hearing of Don Pedro's approach, the white townspeople, male and female, young and old, become positively orgasmic with glee. The sexual nature of their excitement is suggested by the frantic undressing, the flurry of naked white butts that hurry into warm foamy suds, women powdering their breasts--all to welcome the mighty, broad-smiling black prince.
I wouldn't be so bothered by this casting decision if, like Othello, the character of Don Pedro had any historical ties to Africa (though it would seem that even Othello should essentially be a Moroccan instead of a sub-Saharan negro).
But the character of Don Pedro is based on Peter III of Aragon, who was no Moor. In fact, he learned military lore from his father's reconquista against the Moors. He represented the white European re-conquest of the Iberian Peninsula against invading hordes of Africans.
It is thus a double slap in the face that this white masterpiece (the play itself) about a white hero (Pedro) becomes nothing more than another Jewish tool to disseminate the meme of blackworship.
Typical pink rabbit move.