Netflix Declares War on Christ and Gun Owners

Netflix Declares War on Christ and Gun Owners

Woke media giant Netflix is under fire for a disgusting episode of season three of the animated Paradise P.D. According to NewsBusters, the episode is not only devoted to “attacking gun rights,” but was also “blasphemous against Christianity, featuring a video of a gun-wielding Jesus that turns into a porno.”

The fiendishly obscene episode of Paradise P.D. entitled “Trigger Warning.” In it, a foe of disarming the populace offers to take proponents of that disarming on a tour of the National Rifle Association. “The tour includes a gun pit with a dead kid buried in it and the corpse of Charlton Heston used as a statue, complete with a quote – ‘Pry this gun from my cold, dead hands and win a Republican Senate seat.’

The head of the NRA, Mr. Chip F**k-Yeah, shows them a video using Jesus as a prop to show how “guns make a better world.” The video is horrifically offensive, with Jesus coming down from the Cross to kill his persecutors with machine guns then have sex with two women.

Believe it or not, it just gets worse from there. But aside from this article and a few others, no one will take any particular note. The establishment media certainly won’t: today’s “journalists” generally hate Christianity as much as Netflix does. 

Conservative critics of the show have rightly pointed out that no media company would dare to portray Mohammed or Allah in such a disrespectful way. They tend, however, to avoid exploring the reason that Netflix has such a down on Christianity. Anyone wanting to explore that should start of by exploring the past of the notorious Bernays family, of which Netflix co-founder Marc Randolph is a member. His recent ancestors include both the fraudulent and perverse psychologist Sigmund Freud and Edward Bernays, the father of modern advertising and fake news propaganda. 

Freud and Bernays between them did more damage to Western civilisation and Christendom than Karl Marx or Lenin. In their latest despicable attack on Jesus, Netflix is only keeping up a very old family tradition.