Dr. Charles Korsmo esq. vs Hollywood’s legacy of anti-father, anti-family, anti-life pornography

Rushed and worried Peter Banning tells his wife, “I gotta take this call! I gotta fix this…”

Banning then answers his phone — but immediately his wife melodramatically gasps, “No. You gotta fix your family first,” then yanks the phone from her husband’s hand, and throws it out the second-story window of their house, into the snow. Passively exasperated, Banning winces and laughs to himself, while in his head seeming to flash through scenarios of how to fix the deal — and his wife, family, and life.

The problem, so goes the anti-father anti-family theory, is that Peter Banning has not been brow-beaten and belittled enough about being boring and stuffy, and sacrificing his own comfort and preferences to provide for his family: “Your children love you. They want to play with you. How long do you think that lasts? Soon Jack [the Banning’s young son] may not even want you to come to his games,” nags Banning’s ungrateful wife Moira, potrayed by sagging professional-faker Caroline Goodall for the 1991 film Hook.

The moral-pornography of Hollywood has a history of helping to reuin lives. But the only people whom Hollywood can really help to ruin are those self-destructive fools who beg for Hollywood’s poison.

One life which Hollywood thus helped to ruin was that of cowardly, delusional prostitute Robin Williams, who portrayed Peter Banning in Hook.

A year after Hook, Williams then portrayed a giant magical blue guy suffering from ADHD, in the zionist-porn film Aladdin, which portrayed the Arab world as pro-zionist propagandists are addicted to depicting it: a place where, for example, huge men cut off the hands of women for feeding starving children. Meanwhile, in the real world outside of sadistic zionist propaganda: one of the five pillars of Islam is Zakat — the religious obligation to give alms for the poor.

On and on, the prostitute Williams whored for zionists and other terrorists. Then after 63 years of wacky and wild whoring — the depression of his squandered life overwhelmed Williams, and so, alone with only tears and a rope, he murdered himself.

Fourteen years before Williams succumbed to his proud, terrible priorities, the Massechusets Institute of Technology graduated yet another class from its world-famous physics program. Among the graduates was a young man named Charles Korsmo, whose Bachelor’s thesis at MIT was the exceedingly boring and stuffy: “Possible Forms and Probable Consequences of a Time-Dependent Cosmological ‘Constant’.” Six years later, Korsmo received a Juris Doctorate from arguably the #1 law school in the world: Yale Law.

Now, 28 years after Hook, Dr. Charles Korsmo esq. is likely plenty busy with his boring, stuffy, stable “adulting” as a father and Law professor in Cleveland — so he likely does not think much about the anti-father movie lines he was fed in his childhood by anti-family Hollywood pornographers during his role as Peter Banning’s son “Jack” in the 1991 film Hook.

Korsmo was probably even too busy in 2014 to attend the pity-party for self-murder-victim Robin Williams, who, by his rage-filled cowardice, taught everyone a valuable lesson about mocking and degrading mature, serious, and responsible people — by dying young, alone, and full of rage and regret.

The moral-pornography of Hollywood has a history of helping to reuin lives. But the only people whom Hollywood can really help to ruin are those self-destructive fools who beg for Hollywood’s poison.

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