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If we boycott all of the politically active, liberal celebrities will there be any decent entertainment left to choose from?

Posted: April 24, 2018 at 2:15 PM

People like to use movies, TV and music as an escape from the vicissitudes of life. What ever happened to reading a good book? I have found, since boycotting liberal celebrities, that I have more time to read, more time with family and in general time for the important things in life, things that really matter. Unfortunately, in that vein, there are also many books that are nothing but leftist/liberal propaganda as well.

There are still good movies and music available that don't directly support the belligerent, liberal/socialist agenda. It really does matter how we spend our money. We cannot afford to support the liberal agenda any longer. There has never been a more critical time to choose wisely how we spend our money. And it is working! Just look at how Hollywood laments the lack of moviegoing public lately. Clearly, more and more people are waking up and refusing to go and support a politically charged or propagandized movie. Look at the trends and all of the movies that don't meet financial expectations these days.

What is more important, watching an Avengers movie or standing up for our own beliefs? If we don't boycott the liberal agenda, we are funding our own demise. It is akin to sending money to terrorist organizations like ISIS who want to murder us and enslave us.

Why is the list so anti-liberal and not as anti-conservative?

Posted: April 24, 2018 at 2:13 PM

Even though I personally identify mostly with the Constitutional Libertarian label and am not a conservative in the strict sense, I see the biggest threat to the Constitutional Republic of the USA (and it is a Republic, not a Democracy) as the liberal agenda. In my own opinion, social liberalism is just a vector into complete Socialism and eventually outright Communism. There are some smart people that have said as much but I cannot remember the quotes right now.

As the largest threat, both historically and today, I feel the liberal agenda needs to be addressed first. It's like an arrow sticking out of a wheel that is trying to roll. It needs to be removed completely in order for the wheel to move.

I think the GOP (or Grand Old Party) is almost as corrupt and morally bankrupt as the DNC. Not quite, but almost. After we cut the legs off of the liberals, we can go after the conservatives. It is a matter of pragmatism and addressing the biggest threat first.

It is a problem that so many of the liberals identify with the "Democrat" label. The reason is that they have not gotten the truth about the DNC and its history. It is the most bigoted, racist political organization in the history of the USA. All KKK members were originally Democrats. And most socialist/communist/racist organizations in world history began as liberal movements, not conservative. You won't learn any of that in the public school system and that is by design.

Do your own research.

What would you say to celebrities who complain about being on the list?

Posted: April 24, 2018 at 2:08 PM

First, you have every right to express your opinion, political or otherwise. But when you use your fame as a political platform you have an advantage over ordinary people and a platform that they don't have access to. The Celebrity Boycott List tries to be a counter-weight to that unfair advantage. My advice would be to keep your mouth shut with regard to politics, and focus on your art. Anything you say regarding politics can, and almost certainly will, alienate a portion of your fanbase at the expense of giving another portion a warm-fuzzy. I personally don't believe you are going to sway many people from one position to another. You have every right to try, but again, it will cost you. To believe otherwise is naive.

Second, to get off of the list you can publicly denounce all previous political comments and promise to stay out of politics. If you do that we will remove you from the list, but if you renege on your promise we will add you back again and you will likely never get removed at that point.

Most celebrities simply don't care about the list, or don't even know they are on a boycott list. However, some have indeed expressed concern. Those who have, so far have all been belligerent and unrepentant. So be it.

How has social media changed the political landscape?

Posted: April 24, 2018 at 2:03 PM

I think social media has utterly removed political control from the corporate mainstream media and placed it back into the hands of the people. This latest election cycle is proof of that. The liberal mainstream media lied, misconstrued, or misled about polling and most everything else with regard to the campaigns and the candidates. The media, and by extension our government, has lost control of the narrative. Social media has done that. Thoughts and ideas, for the most part, are now exchanged instantly without any filters or censorship. The corporations don't like that. They want to be able to control the narrative and that's why we see people being censored in a big way on sites like Twitter and Facebook.

Platforms like Gab, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram have empowered the once silent majority. I think the silent majority was only silent because they did not have an effective platform. Most well-adjusted adults in the US are not going to take time away from work or family to go out into the streets and chant or spit on police to make their point. Social media platforms have given people, like you and I, a platform to express and support their political beliefs. We can be patriots and express ideas like freedom and liberty there, where the corporate controlled media never allows it. Fox news may be the only corporate controlled media where a patriotic view won't be ridiculed and diminished, but even there you have a 50/50 chance that they will demonize you, depending on your message. And that's if you can even get on.

Social media empowers people but most of the large sites like Twitter and Facebook are corporate controlled and as liberal as they come. Both of those sites constantly scramble to diminish anything but liberal/socialist/communist views. New platforms like Gab are not corporate controlled and promise to be free and uncensored for all. That is huge and very empowering to ordinary people. It remains to be seen if they will keep their promises. I hope so.

Don't actors and musicians have a right to free speech?

Posted: April 20, 2018 at 2:07 PM

I think everyone should be able to have a voice or an opinion, even celebrities, but I think expressing that voice comes with a price. Celebrities can be polarizing because they have such a powerful platform due to their fame. If you achieved your fame for a particular art, like acting, then in my opinion you should not use that fame as an advantage over ordinary people, who don't have access to the media or press, when trying to further a political agenda.

There are some really great celebrities that keep their mouth shut regarding politics. Of particular note is Mark Wahlberg. He recently said this: “You know, it just goes to show you that people aren’t listening to that anyway,” Wahlberg continued. “They might buy your CD or watch your movie, but you [celebrities] don’t put food on their table. You don’t pay their bills. A lot of Hollywood is living in a bubble. They’re pretty out of touch with the common person, the everyday guy out there providing for their family. Me, I’m very aware of the real world. I come from the real world, and I exist in the real world. And although I can navigate Hollywood and I love the business and the opportunities it’s afforded me, I also understand what it’s like not to have all that.” Compare that to some celebrities that make belligerent political videos and say things to alienate their fans, like, "I want to punch Donald Trump in the face."

By all means, actors, musicians, etc. express your opinions, but remember that doing so comes at a price. No matter what your political opinion or agenda is, you are going to alienate some people. So think about it before you spout off. Does sharing your political ideology or opinion increase or diminish your fan base? Does it help or harm your career, or bottom line goals? If your goal is to get into politics, like Ronald Reagan or Arnold Schwarzenneger, then by all means continue. If your main goal is to be a successful actor or musician, you may want to reconsider. Will the Celebrity Boycott List destroy any careers? No, I don't think so but it definitely makes a difference.

Why did I create the Celebrity Boycott List?

Posted: April 13, 2018 at 9:05 PM

I saw, heard and read about a lot of whiny celebrities during the last presidential campaign. I believe deeply that everyone, even celebrities, have the God-given right to free speech. The problem that I have with it is that most celebrities are famous for non-political reasons and yet they often use that fame as a political platform. This is something that ordinary people don't have access to. So I see all these famous people -- many of whom I have enjoyed and supported their work -- spewing their morally bankrupt, or nonsensical, ideologies and it just made me wish there was a list for people to be able to reference before they choose to go to the movies or buy a DVD or music, etc.

These liberal celebrities come out of their caves during election cycles but they also get triggered at different times throughout a given year for a variety of reasons. And again, I don't have a problem with them exercising their God-given right to free speech, but they need to realize that it may cost them a bit of fame or money when they alienate their fan-base.

My goal is to help ordinary people, like you and me, realize that they have a voice. I think we need to be extremely conscious of how we spend our money. Every single dollar we spend matters. Most people will go and see the new Avengers movie without even thinking about all of the many liberal/communist, America-hating celebrities involved in that movie. Heck, I love those movies too, but we need to understand that we are literally funding those actors to be able to promote their own liberal political agenda. We may not think our 20 dollars matters, but it very much does. When we go and spend money on those things it is as if we are paying these celebrities to feed us their ideologies. There is a direct correlation.

If everyone, liberals, conservatives and libertarians and all those in-between voted with their dollars, our commercial and political landscape would change drastically. I think many celebrities would focus on their art instead of politics.

Who Am I?

Posted: April 12, 2018 at 9:05 PM

My name is Christopher Michael. I have been working as a software engineer since 1990.

Politically, I am a constitutional libertarian. A lot of people these days don't really understand what that means. Libertarian is not liberal.

The words sound similar but they mean very different things. In a nutshell being a libertarian means I support maximum liberty and freedom and minimum government laws and intrusion.

I support the right of everyone to choose, as long as the choice or action doesn't infringe on the rights of others. I eschew the threat of violence unless it is the last resort and only then in defending my own liberty or safety or the liberty and safety of others. I agree with the non-aggression principle, and I agree with a person's right and God-given duty to defend oneself, family and friends from the threat of violence or of having their own liberty diminished.

I adhere to the principle that the US Constitution enumerates a few of the God-given rights of His children. None of those rights are privileges. The are indeed inalienable and cannot be taken away without breaking God's law, including the right of every individual to speak or express themselves in whatever way they see fit, except when that expression infringes on the rights of anyone else. NOTE: Having hurt feelings does not infringe upon your rights, or mine.

Freedom of speech is paramount! I support and will defend the right of every child of God to express themselves, even when I disagree with their expression or what it represents. I also reserve my own right to do the same.

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