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The Last True Strike Back Of Father Brown

09 October 2015 @ 14:37

The following thoughts were inspired by this post, NBC’s New Sitcom: ‘Abortion Barbie’?, by Stacy McCain of some of the remarks by commentators…

We rightly complain about the pervasive Leftist bias in shows and films being made in Hollywood, but there are some encouraging trends. I’ve noticed a few more, shall we say, conservative-friendly works being produced then have been in the past.

Granted, the vast majority of shows and films are drenched in Nihilism, but there is room for some Hope.

A few examples:

The Last Ship is Patriotic as Hell. It celebrates the men and women of the U.S. Navy and is not afraid to be unabashedly pro-American.

Strike Back portrays a world where the bad guys are Muslims, Communists, and Fascists, who are aided in their efforts by the Quislings of Western Governments. Battling them is Section 20, a Special Forces Unit of Great Britain that contains an American presence. It is not comic-book-like, but pretty damn realistic and pro-Western.

True Detective Season 1: The ultimate message is that Life has meaning, that Nihilism is a Soul-destroyer, that the possession of a basic Moral Sense is needed to survive.

Father Brown is pro-Catholic theology, pretty much pre-Vatican II.

Those are just a few of the not many, but I’m seeing a gradual increase in these kind of productions every year.

  1. 12 October 2015 @ 20:33 20:33

    Try Grantchester, Amazon or Netfix, I forget, Kind of a younger Father Brown with more smoking and drinking. Actually pretty good.


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