The Sundance Film Festival will honor Deborah Kampmeier’s child rape film “Houndog” (otherwise known as the “untitled Dakota Fanning project”) this month in Park City, Utah. The low budget film is also low minded, and offers nothing but encouragement of child abuse. Festival Geoffrey Gilmore lauds the film for making the grade among 3,287 films submitted from all over the world. Houndog is about a sexually abused child in the ’60’s in the American South. That’s real distinction. America can be proud, eh?
Dakota Fanning, “star” of child sex abuse film, Houndog.
But, this is all part of the globalist “save the children” mind set. And Sundance, using the name of a sacred Indian religios rite,” sun dance,” to authenticate it’s world mission for the oppressed, delights in dramatizing human degradation. It’s all in the cause of “uplifting” humanity. (And any superficial readers out there that think the Sundance Institute got its name from the Sundance Kid don’t know what they’re talking about. The Sundance Kid got his name from doing jail time in Sundance, Wyoming. The town of Sundance was named after the Indian rite, which northern plains Indians celebrate there at Sundance Mountain, every summer. But then, why make a point to purposely ignorant experts?)
Dakota Fanning, now twelve years old, is lauded by all for her ‘acting skills.’ She has a number of incredible rolls under her belt, and they’re all about tragedy, abuse, and deformity of one kind or another. Nothing normal about her rolls, or her career. She’s not the first young girl (or boy) to be used in this way, but, this kind of thing is still relatively new in America. (Europe has been abusing children in the name of art for decades.) Officianados think praising her acting skills somehow exonoerates any emotional ills the film may cause her or other children. Never mind the effects on weak-minded adults, prone to abuse children. Never mind the inevitable encouragement such a film provides to abusers. Why, it’s all perfectly normal. At least that’s what the Sunance Institute, et al., want everyone to think. That’s the justification of making a movie about it. Why, art reflects life. Why not glorify it, in all its deformity? Why not encourage it?
Remember, this pathetic ideology is supported by Hewlett-Packard, Volkswagen, AOL, and Adobe. These are the chief sponsors of the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, where American Indians are made the mascot of Africans, Asians, Pacific Islanders, and homosexuals, all the oppressed of the world, which means all non-white males. That is the ploy. For liberal whites to oust conservative whites from the Great White Throne, the liberals must unite the world against the conservatives. The poor little white males. Hewlett-Packard and Volkswagen are regular sponsors. In 2005, Sony was also a sponsor, along with American Express, Starbucks, and Delta Air Lines, to name a few. Pretty much the same crowd is sponsoring this 2007 fest of the oppressed. Perhaps we should make an effort to contact the president or CEO of these corporations, and let them know how we feel. First, Sundance represents a crying abuse of American Indian imagery by using the “sun dance” name to validate its anti-American, globalist ideology; second, Sundance is clearly promoting immorality of the most degrading kind–child sexual abuse, including homosexuality. (Auraeus Solito’s Filipino film Tuli is about female homosexuality. It is in the category of “Native American” films!)
From Solitos’ female homosexual film, Tuli
All in the name of uplifting humanity. All are normal, all must be affirmed. All must be accept for who and what they are, at all times. That’s the message. “Tolerance,” it’s called. Affirmation, acceptance, praise, really. That’s what many people don’t seem to understand. To accept, to praise, is to encourage more of the same. To laud something, to dramatize it, to idolize it, is to encourage more of it. Do we really believe that child abuse is honorable? Do we really believe the abused are to be congratulated and honored, and that this helps them? When we aggrandize their misfortune, does this make them feel better?
Is the silver screne the ultimate judge of value? If it makes it on the screen, it’s great? Being in the movies means you’re in heaven? You made it? Well, Rudy Yo Blood (Youngblood) became an Indian through entertainment. He got in the movies as an Indian. That must mean he’s Indian, right? NOT.)
What kind of idolatry is this, anyway? What kind of cheap shot is this at justification? If you make a movie out of it, it must be worthy. And if anyone accuses you of anything, you can say, “It’s art! It’s just acting. It’s not real.” But then, you also get to justifying by saying, “It’s true to life! This is what happens in life!” This kind of duplicity is the quintessence of liberalism, certainly. You know your society is mentally ill when “reality TV”–a perfect oxymoron, becomes the norm. You know your society is psychologically sick when movies are the measure of reality.
Bad Eagle will make an effort to provide names and contact information for the corporations who sponsor this nonsense at Sundance Institute. Notice will be given when such information is available. Perhaps a form letter will be provided as well. Sundance is a disgrace to America, and an outrageous insult to American Indians.