Letter: Movie suggestions for the Hollywood crowd

I’ve written a couple letters and posted comments at this site regarding this country’s film industry. While it’s impossible to retract a single thing I’ve written before that infamous abode down under freezes over, I can offer some suggestions for absolving Hollywood of some guilt.

How about a film devoted to the now multi-trillion dollar F15’s production? I mean, that program alone makes our imported Nazi scientists’ destruction of $650 in NASA rocketry over the years look like chump change.

On a lighter note, how about a true comedy about Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize? Norway’s former Prime Minister, head of the Prize Committee at the time, has stated that he and the entire group got stone drunk before bringing themselves to award Obama the prize.

A children’s movie might be in order after those offerings. How about a ten year old boy or girl’s story of immigration to America from Aleppo? Somewhere in the film, other kids at school ask the child why they came to America. And the kid will answer, “I wanted to meet the people who bombed my city into oblivion.”

These films will not be produced. Properly understood, you would see the ongoing pageant of titles to be indicative of this government’s pathological agenda, which is to demean both persons of interest and a society which they have every intention of usurping for that new world order, whose symbols thoroughly decorate your paper currency.

Philip Lundquist

Bullhead City