Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Don't Get Punked by Paramount's Pagan Noah Film

At last I can write my remonstrance on the Noah movie without the “elite” dismissing me for not having seen it.  This week I wrote based upon “hear-say” and now I can tell you that every word of my conjecture was confirmed after sitting through this film.  Not only was my thesis confirmed but the movie was actually –worse- than I had originally expected.  After viewing Darren Aronofsky's Noah, I am astounded by the number of Christian Pastors who joined in the promoting of of this propaganda piece – but that is for my follow up column.

Paramount says the Noah Movie was "inspired by the story of Noah" but it appears more likely it was inspired by the story of Al Gore’s protégé Ted Kaczynski.  Paramount would have been more accurate if they had made a movie about the Uni-Bomber because this Noah had more in common with Ted then the Biblical Noah and Russell Crowe’s rendition would have required very little tweaking.  The film was full of absurdities like creatures made out of rock who helped Noah make the ark.  The "rock people" as Glenn Beck called them in his review, were very similar to Transformers.  Artistic license is one thing but that was so far out that I couldn’t engage in the requisite suspension of disbelief.    

Twisting Scripture for Left-wing Indoctrination Purposes

Right out of the gate Noah was scolding his son for wanting to pick too many wild flowers from the ground for fear that it would throw the earth out of balance.  He later taught his son that those wicked people also dared to kill animals and eat thembecause they think it makes them stronger”.  The recurring message was that The Creator was going to destroy mankind because of what man did to the EARTH rather than man – sinning against God!  Many have questioned why the film doesn’t mention “GOD” by title or name but rather refers to “the Creator”.  It’s probably because the self-professed atheist Director, not believing in God - is less threatened by the term - creator.  A “creator” in the minds of the atheist could be a highly evolved space alien, which allows a lot more leeway for a perverse world that is becoming (not ironically) more like those who God “regretted having created” (according to Genesis).  This creator was not a personal God like the God of Noah and The Bible.  This Noah was a true environmentalist psychopath like Ted Kaczynski. 

The film was unambiguous in the assertion that God intended to wipe out ALL human life so the animals and nature could live on and the Earth could return to its proper “balance”.  The ultimate kick in the nuts to me was in the end when – the main “evil” leader of the Earth – shows up as a stow-away in the ark (even after being bludgeoned by one of the giant rock-transformers).  What were his evil attributes? 

1. They have him eat some of the animals on the ark
2. He tells Ham that we are above the animals and that “God gave man dominion over the
animals”.  So the villain stating at least one thing that was actually true to scripture in this film - was what made him diabolical. 

Judging from the message, despite Darren Aronofsky being a professed atheist, he seems to have more pagan influence.  True to leftist pagan principles, man is evil because he pollutes the environment, picks flowers and kills animals.  Those are the hollow beliefs of the left today and the only thing in the world they might actually think is “sin”, which is why they distort the scriptures in this way.  They have no compunction whatsoever for the millions of baby humans murdered every year.  Why would they?  This movie sends the message to the world how they feel about human life as the raving lunatic Noah planned up till the last moment to kill his son and daughter in-law’s baby with a knife if it was a girl, so as to end procreation for the sake of the Earth!

To the left, murdering innocent human life is to do the Earth a favor.  There’s no room for the possibility that at least one of the –sins- that grieved God enough to destroy the world could have been say, sexual immorality, as was a clear reason God had destroyed Sodom & Gomorrah, was a thread that was prevalent during Israel’s times of captivity, was a highly prevalent factor in the fall of Rome, historically and archeologically confirmed up to the volcanic destruction of Pompeii... (Subsequently, in consistency with leftist attacks on scripture, History Channel has a special on Sodom & Gomorrah in which they maintain that the chief reason why God destroyed it was that their level of hospitality had become abhorrent to God.)  The destruction of Pompeii and Rome are not in scripture and I’m certainly not asserting to have heard from God on those but it seems intuitive that so many nations are brought down by sexual immorality as logically it leads to the breakdown of the family, which leads to anarchy (and which as Marx predicted could bring down America).

Noah said “God picked me because He knew I would carry it out” (not because he was any different than the rest of mankind).  That is why this is a perversion of the Genesis account and a –deliberate- insult on the part of the Director and Paramount studios.   

The good news for those of you and millions of others who have not seen the movie is that you can save your money.  I would advise against the error of letting curiosity from the ensuing controversy entice you to pay your hard earned money to see this bomb.  You KNOW desperation has already set in to recoup some of the $250 billion Paramount wasted on this when they start advertising the old "If you liked Braveheart, Gladiator and …. You will love…"BS (see actual ad appearing on “Noah” Google search below).



 Stay tuned for my follow up column addressing the numerous Christian pastors who joined in the promoting of this horrible propaganda piece.

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