Monday, July 23, 2012

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Film violence and real life murder, mayhem and murder have been transposed as we can no longer tell what is staged and what is realy.It is no wonder that the red haired alleged shooter in Colorado was mistaken for part of the movie as he screamed, "I am the Joker". Americans have set the bar high for excitement in their brain chemistry and fantasy life and when it drops below the mark, they must ramp it up to get the same level of epinephrine & dopamine concentrations to envelope the paleocortex activation of the fight or flight mechanism for their enjoyment. Just like money is just a placeholder for values, self esteem and self worth, violence is the Ancient Greek equivalent of the Colosseum blood battles that evolve when war is the norm and people are in economic dire straights. "The huge crowds screamed " at Colosseum !" ("bread and circuses"). Events were often sponsored by wealthy citizens as displays of their wealth. Horses and athletes were given-performance-enhancing drugs."
 Sound familiar. This was just before the fall of Rome. This type of cinima makes a mockery of peace studies, mediation and alternative means of solving problems and instructs the young that cage fighting and hatred toward others, in the name of good and righteousness, as in the many Crusades of all religions, alleged to make the world safe from invaders. I simply do not go to violent movies for a plethora of reasons. Apparently, I am in the minority. I cannot call for a boycott of this behavior, as Americans, or anybody has a right to view what they want; until th 3-D vision comes into our homes and crazy shooters bring the gun shots into our bodies for real...No one gets up and gets a hug, like in the movie scenes. So, "stay violent" my friends as we bow to the lower animal nature of survival, when it is not necessary to fight wild animals attacking us; as sthere are none; except our own powerlessness which has been politico-genetically implanted by our government and others trying to make us believe if we wear the right designer clothes, put granite counter tops and larger pools and more macho cars; we will become super heroes--except that the innocent were never the enemy; the only villains are our shadow selves somehow give parole from the 7th ring of Dante's inferno.

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