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Mr Sulu to the Burn Ward

Posted by V the K at 10:03 am - June 17, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Leftist Lickspittles

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  1. These people are so caught up in their own delusions, and spend all of their time with people who think the way they do that they do not think there should be any opinion out there but their own. Then they get called out for being an idiot. I guarantee that before this Twitter discussion ends, Mr. Takei will have been reassured of his righteousness and infallibility by enough of his fellow idiots that he will not care what these people replied and will even more firmly believe that a domestic terrorist was the universe’s way of teaching a white Republican male a lesson.

    Comment by TAD — June 17, 2017 @ 1:36 pm - June 17, 2017

  2. I think Mr. Sulu proves Chadwick Moore’s point about gay people being ignorant and shallow about politics.

    Comment by V the K — June 17, 2017 @ 1:38 pm - June 17, 2017

  3. It’s because they’re endemically single issue voters, V.

    Oh George, you just don’t make a good champion for the Left’s gays. They don’t even know you exist. When you’re in a commercial bleating out what you think is your famous trademark saying (“Oooh myyyy”), all they think is, “Who dat?”

    Comment by Hanover — June 17, 2017 @ 4:20 pm - June 17, 2017

  4. Miss Takei is a worn out old queen. She will not be missed after her passing.

    Comment by davinci38 — June 17, 2017 @ 5:39 pm - June 17, 2017

  5. Takei votes for the party that put him personally in an internment camp.

    Man wouldn’t you have hated to have been a draft pick before or after Mike Sam. What did the rest of the protection detail do.

    At least its not as bad as 26 out of the 25 jewish scientists taking credit for the world of 6,000+ scientists, and over 130k workers in the Manhattan project

    Comment by Steve — June 17, 2017 @ 6:03 pm - June 17, 2017

  6. I wish someone would ask George why anyone should think the opinion of a C, no D-list celebrity is of any use to anyone.

    And then I’d like to know why people DO find his opinions useful or even interesting.

    The definition of the term “homophobe” is like “racist”: a person with opinions differing, even a smidgen, from the diktats of Big Brother (or Sister or whatever).

    Oh, and I wonder if the brave lady to whom George is referring prefers to be known as a “black lesbian” or a competent police officer that did her job under difficult circumstances.

    Comment by KCRob — June 17, 2017 @ 6:20 pm - June 17, 2017

  7. Apparently, there are a lot of gay leftists who think George Takei is just wonderful.

    Comment by V the K — June 17, 2017 @ 7:44 pm - June 17, 2017

  8. V the K……you keep using the word “think;” I do not think it means what you think.

    Comment by Bastiat_Fan — June 17, 2017 @ 8:01 pm - June 17, 2017

  9. All right… ‘feel.’
    With the left, there is no ‘think’

    Comment by V the K — June 17, 2017 @ 9:51 pm - June 17, 2017

  10. ‘Twink think’

    Comment by recumbent driver — June 18, 2017 @ 12:11 am - June 18, 2017

  11. George Takei was born in 1937, making him 80 years old. He lived through Japanese internment camps, as well as lost family in Hiroshima. Takei would have come of age in the late 1950s/1960s as a gay man, well before AIDS. He has been with his partner Brad Altman for nearly three decades. He was one of the first celebrities to come out as gay (having been a regular on one of the most popular television shows of all time), helping give gays exposure. Like it or not, celebrities coming out in the the 1990s “humanised” gays for a lot of people who didn’t know any, or didn’t realise they knew any.

    I don’t always agree with him. Quite often, I can find him to be self-righteous and parroting out a lot of knee-jerk leftist talking points.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — June 18, 2017 @ 1:31 am - June 18, 2017

  12. *Correction: Takei came out in 2005.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — June 18, 2017 @ 2:35 am - June 18, 2017

  13. It doesn’t matter when he came out or under what circumstances. He was fine to begin with because he was famous for a reasonably competent body of work on television and in film, and everybody who knew who he was recognised him for it.

    I liked him as captain of the Excelsior in Star Trek VI, and I think it would actually have been interesting for him to have his own spinoff series in that ship, exploring strange new worlds, new civilisations, and finding ways to handle really serious sh*t without Kirk, Spock and McCoy to guide him (and realising that having a ship which could curbstomp the Enterprise in a heartbeat doesn’t in itself provide the answers).

    Since the ratification of his marriage, however, he seems IMHO to have done his utmost to make an absolute arsehat out of himself.

    Comment by perturbed — June 18, 2017 @ 5:37 pm - June 18, 2017

  14. And then I’d like to know why people DO find his opinions useful or even interesting.

    Once upon a time, he was the celebrity toast of social media. I had an acquaintance who loved his Facebook posts and there was a time when his Twitter feed was equally as amusing. However, in the last year (and definitely in the past eight months) he has become afflicted with a severe case of Trump Derangement Syndrome. That has colored his world and he’s become like the homeowner who was foreclosed on by a large regional bank whose local representative happens to be Jewish and who can now only talk about “Zionist conspiracies to control the world” and how much better the world would be if Hitler were only allowed to finish the job.

    Part of the problem is that he lives in an echo chamber of both La La Land (the geographical location) and Hollywierd (the industry) and so he gets caught in a feedback loop. The people who tell him he’s great and prescient and right are the ones who are also equally afflicted with the same condition and often to the same degree. It’s a good thing he’s about to shuffle out the door and doesn’t need to work, as it would be difficult for him to find continued employment in his profession with his current baggage (save, perhaps, for a performance of Shakespeare In The Park).

    I think Mr. Sulu proves Chadwick Moore’s point about gay people being ignorant and shallow about politics.

    Except that he’s not ignorant, and many of the people who are bobbleheads as far as politics aren’t, either. They can recite a litany of transgressions and events to support their worldview. The problem is that it is quite a shallow interpretation without much nuance—like the fact that the party Mr Sulu’s alter ego supports was the one that interned his family, or that the current POTUS is the first US President to come into office supporting same-gender marriage. Of course, they have arguments as to why examples such as those are meaningless and irrelevant which are equally as shallow.

    Comment by RSG — June 19, 2017 @ 8:24 am - June 19, 2017

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