Rolf Anderson comments

Posted in: Google to keep climate change denial ads away from other content See in context

…well-established scientific consensus…

Ah, the well-established scientific consensus that once told us that the Earth was the center of the solar system. That a cell was just a nucleus and protoplasm. That the universe is in a steady state. That single women at 35 years of age had only a 5% chance of ever marrying. And now inadvertent climate modification…which changed to global warming…which changed to climate change…which changed to global crisis and global emergency…which changed to climate heating.

And it goes on and on.

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Posted in: 'Squid Game': South Korea's latest cultural phenomenon See in context

Maybe I am missing something. Squid Game seems to offer nothing but gore. No plot. Much like many horror films where the focus is on the gratuitous violence rather than storytelling.

But maybe I am wrong. Is there a protagonist who overcomes the challenges of the antagonist, thus closing the series with wrongs righted and a redeemed society? A place where Squid Game no longer exists?

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Posted in: Trump to invoke executive privilege in Jan 6 House probe See in context

Much ado about nothing. Everyone already knows what President Trump said to the people in Washington. We saw the video. And if you haven’t yet, go on YouTube. The evidence as to what was said is there as well as in other innumerable news sites.

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Posted in: Transgender man in Japan wants switch recognized without surgery See in context

Just because a woman is gender confused does not mean that all Japanese people must pretend to be gender confused as well. This woman needs therapy to learn how to accept her beautiful body and femininity.

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Posted in: Japan's next PM must work quickly on virus, economy, China See in context

Takaichi alone opposes changing a law that forces married couples to use only one surname…

At least one of them, Ms. Takaichi, is pro-marriage, thus pro-family, and thus not going to push anti-social policies like sexual diversity.

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Posted in: Who will be the next Bond? See in context

Whoever can play a character who is male, who is in his 30-40s, whose father was Scottish and whose mother was Swiss, who was a Naval officer, who smokes and drinks, who is a virtuoso at unarmed and armed combat, and who is a skilled and experienced driver should be the next actor to play James Bond.

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Posted in: 'We've been expecting you, Mr Bond...': 007 back after virus delay See in context

after repeated claims of misogyny and sexism.

”…after repeated FALSE claims of misogyny and sexism.”


Have been a Bond fan all my life so it’s been difficult waiting for this film…while at the same time feeling apprehension that the Woke will seek to destroy or seriously damage this franchise as they have done with Star Trek, Star Wars, and possibly with Indiana Jones.

May all our fears be baseless!!

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Posted in: Ruling party kicks off race to pick Suga's successor See in context

Kono and Noda support same-sex marriage, which is simply a piece of Marriage Deconstructionism.

(What is Marriage Deconstructionism? Marriage Deconstructionists are those who hold the view that marriage has no fixed, natural teleology, i.e. marriage is not anything in particular and is merely defined in a way that the definition can change to meet society’s changing conditions. However, this view is empty and groundless due to its failure to recognize what reality and nature have clearly dictated, i.e. marriages are the long-term unions of a man and a woman.)

Japan, along with the majority of nations, does not need to join the current sexual political agenda of removing objective standards of equality and marriage from society through the creation of policies and laws having nothing to do with justice.

Kono and Noda need to support Japan’s citizens rather than a sexual political agenda of the West.

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Posted in: Japan's main opposition party vows to realize separate surname option See in context

Very informative article.

The Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan is not only anti-marriage, thus also anti-family, they are bosom buddies with the Communist Party.

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Posted in: 'Lucifer' star promises 'good-slash-great' series finale See in context

…Lucifer is expected to take over from God, who retired after defeating his twin brother, Michael, in a battle for the top job in Heaven.

This is why these shows can do as well as they do.

People’s ignorance of the historical record collected in a tome called the Bible.

Lucifer and Michael are created beings. Limited in innumerable ways. God is the Creator. Unlimited. Lucifer or Michael taking God’s place would be like a spark from a campfire taking the place of the sun.

Movies that ignore the historical record, like “Noah” and “Exodus: Gods and Kings,” do poorly at the box office because paying $18 to see such empty film making is a waste of hard-earned cash.

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Posted in: Kristen Stewart gains perspective on fame playing Diana See in context

…Buckingham Palace has refrained from commenting on the many fictionalized accounts of the royal family’s life…

This film looks like another fictionalized account…with a fictionally talented actress…that Buckingham Palace can refrain from commenting upon.

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Posted in: A strenuously woke ‘Cinderella,’ for the #MeToo era See in context

After reading this article, this film is apparently the epitome of “Meh”.

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Posted in: California law seeks 'gender neutral' toy aisles See in context

…who insist gender is rooted in biology…

”Insist”!?! It is simply the recognition of objective reality.

California should support the healing of those with gender confusion.

And with that, California should understand that because a person being gender confused does not require that all California shops and citizens must be gender confused as well.

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Posted in: Trudeau's first Canada election debate a slugfest See in context

Canadian Christians and other people of faith will not mourn the departure of Trudeau, who is for diversity.

”Diversity” meaning freedoms for liberals and freedoms for other liberals and freedom for the remaining liberals.

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Posted in: More than 30 California children still stuck in Afghanistan See in context

A majority of Americans wanted every American serviceman and servicewoman out of Afghanistan!?! Really!?!

Then I must be in the minority because leaving 2,500 or so members of the military would have left a check on the Taliban, slowed down their takeover, and would have left a FOB in the region for future contingencies.

Anyway…these children remaining in Afghanistan is another example of President Biden not being in control. Certainly not being presidential. His speeches are still coherent. They simply do not match what is happening on the ground…anywhere.

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Posted in: Sleek modern horror 'Candyman' has got quite a hook See in context

Want a horror movie set in Chicago?

Just set up your camera in south central one night and start filming…while praying that you survive the night.

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Posted in: Biden promises more strikes on Afghanistan extremist group See in context

The State Department believes about 350 more want out

According to the State Department, there are approx. 1,500 Americans who are still in country. 500 of that number is in contact with the US government but unable to reach the airport, which, of course, means that there are 1,000 Americans that need the help that Biden is removing.

And according to Reuters, "...the Taliban are believed to control more than 2,000 armored vehicles, including U.S. Humvees, and up to 40 aircraft potentially including UH-60 Black Hawks, scout attack helicopters, and ScanEagle military drones." For some reason, Biden decided NOT to remove that help.

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Posted in: Nirvana sued by man who was nude baby on 'Nevermind' cover in 1991 See in context

How much time has passed since the photo was taken is not the issue.

The subject of the photo and his actions, past and present, are not the issue.

Having a photo of a nude child on an album cover is.

And those who have benefited from said photo should be punished and the photo should be censored.

(And those who thought such a photo was a good idea should have their consciences examined.)

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Posted in: OnlyFans reverses sexually explicit content ban See in context

How about society rejecting hedonism and moving away from the promotion of pornography? Tobacco is addictive. So is porn.

With every photo, dopamine is released, and with more and more porno comes more and more bursts of dopamine being released…for awhile. As time goes on, however, pornography users need more and more photos to get the same feeling. And that is the trap.

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Posted in: Israel strikes Gaza after violent protests along border See in context

No matter how much of their sovereign nation they have offered and have given up, Israelis are still a target of terrorism.

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Posted in: Bond movie 'No Time To Die' finally gets London premiere See in context

It will be interesting to see if it’s a James Bond film where James Bond shows up or whether it’s a James Bond film in name only.

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Posted in: Some praise, some doubts as Facebook rolls out a prayer tool See in context

Since Jesus of Nazareth, the Lord of All People, thought it was worthwhile to pray and exemplified prayer for all, maybe more opportunities to pray for others rather than focusing on ourselves is a good thing.

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Posted in: Gotham Awards to shift to gender-neutral acting awards See in context

“The Gotham Awards have a 30 year history of celebrating diverse voices in independent storytelling…”

So, from now, ignoring the two genders, male and female, is more diverse than no genders!?!

Is not “2” more diverse than “0”?

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Posted in: Grammys commit to more hiring diversity for 2022 show See in context

The Grammy Awards version of diversity…

” We are going to hire liberals…and some other liberals…and we will finally include some more liberals.”

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Posted in: New York is first major U.S. city to mandate vaccines for restaurants, gyms See in context

Many unions and critics of mandates have spoken out against required vaccinations, citing personal freedom arguments.

Add me to the list of spokesmen. Since masks and social distancing and disinfectant are sufficient, people should have the right to refuse a vaccine that has not gone under long-term testing while still being able to frequent establishments.

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Posted in: Amazon to launch 'Lord of the Rings' series in September 2022 See in context

Fly, you fools!” if they try to overwrite Tolkien’s pure & simple legacy with current politics and agendas.

Snowymountainhell, excellent point! This has been the habit with the entertainment world these past years. Star Wars, Star Trek, The Twilight Zone, etc.

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Posted in: DaBaby offers 2nd apology after recent homophobic comments See in context

While on stage, the rapper used crude language and asked attendees who weren’t gay men or people not affected by HIV or AIDS to raise their cellphone flashlights. He then incorrectly said the disease would “make you die in two or three weeks.”

We, the readers, do not need to know what a journalist thought DaBaby said. We need to know what he actually said and in context. Otherwise we cannot determine if he is homophobic, i.e. holds an irrational fear, or not.

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Posted in: Democrats ask McCarthy to recant Pelosi taunt as tensions rise See in context

“hard not to hit her” 

What a non-issue and waste of time! He said that he would not hit her.

Where’s the scandal!?!

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Posted in: Ita O'Brien: In-demand on-screen intimacy coordinator See in context

No she's there so that actors in simulated sex scenes are comfortable - you don't get real sex scenes on British TV or films... that's called porn.

You were right. I was wrong. Ms. O’Brien, according to the article, apparently limits her work to actual fellatio but does not go as far as to actual copulation.

That being said, she and others of the entertainment industry are still promoting philandering and promiscuity in place of true love and true intimacy and true sex that is only had between a man and a woman in marriage.

We don’t need more hedonism. We need more principled self-restraint.

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Posted in: Ita O'Brien: In-demand on-screen intimacy coordinator See in context

…the director and the actors on all intimate scenes that may include kissing, nudity or sex.

To put it another way, she is a fornication facilitator since she is involved in sex scenes where the actual sex act is actually performed.

In place of promoting sex scenes in entertainment, how about promoting on screen the committed relationship between a man and a woman that intrinsically involves love, trust, exclusivity and permanence, i.e. marriage, instead?

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