Admit it, you've long suspected as much.
While most of us are capable of doing little more than despairing over Hollywood's estimable track record for converting Our Nation into an enormous opium den populated by the likes of hoodlums, perverts, and environmentalists, it embiggens my Spirit to report that a group of Christians are fighting back and taking no prisoners. Just look at the body blows they've dealt to those mop-topped wreckers of civilization better known as the Beatles:
At one point in Jared Hutchins' young life, the Beatles were a big problem.I am happy to report that through the power of Prayer, these pied pipers of Satanism have gotten their Divine comeuppance: Two are dead, one might as well be, and the last I saw of Paul McCartney, his eyebrows had been tweezed to within an inch of his life. Game, set, match -- JESUS!!! You best watch your back, Harry Chapin.
"I had to stop listening to them for a while," said Hutchins, who lives in Cumming, Georgia, and plays the piano, guitar and harmonica. He said the group's world view "had a negative effect on me," and made him irritable and angry.
"God owns my life, not the Beatles," he said simply. Although Hutchins said he enjoys a wide range of music -- from Pink Floyd and Arcade Fire to Christian bands such as Hillsong United -- he said he has to be careful of what music he listens to, for the same reason he temporarily turned off the Beatles.
It should come as no surprise to learn that this counterinsurgency against Hollywood's guerrilla war on Christian Virtue is very much an important part of the Global War on Terror:
And so, Ron Luce, the 46-year-old founder of the organization, has waged a modern-day crusade against "purveyors of popular culture," whom he has condemned as "the enemy." More than two decades old, Teen Mania estimates it has reached more than 2 million teens with its message "of living completely for Christ." ...There are clearly elements of the Kitty Genovese tragedy at work here, which, as Michelle Malkin tells us, is the handiwork of Muslims, so they're agents in this conspiracy, too. I'm hard pressed to determine exactly which moment in popular culture represents Hollywood's 9/11 attack (that time a pantyless Britney S. flashed her ladyparts at an unsuspecting American public has a slight edge), but it's high time that the Evildoers are held responsible for their atrocities. If Hollywood doesn't come to its senses and accept Jesus Christ as its Lord and Savior, they'll find themselves sitting through the Operation Iraqi Freedom II: Electric Boogaloo.
"Kids are hurting," he said. And of those who he feels inflict these moral wounds, Luce said, "We call them terrorists, virtue terrorists, that are destroying our kids."
"They're raping virgin teenage America on the sidewalk, and everybody's walking by and acting like everything's OK. And it's just not OK."