Quote# 82080

[On Marilyn Monroe]

She would need no persuasion however to do her infamous “blowing skirt” scene, which the press would call “the most interesting dramatic display since Lady Godiva.” Even though way after midnight, thousands of people stood ogling as wind machines repeatedly sent her skirt billowing above her shoulders. This kind of behavior, combined with the landmark successes of her films, altogether succeeded in breaking down taboos of propriety that had been adhered to since America’s birth as a nation. This 1950’s “siren” definitely beckoned many a man away from the callings of God and from the freedoms of eternal life to the graves of bondage.

Satan’s plan preceding Christ’s Second Coming is outlined in the book of Revelation. His objective is to deceive the whole world through sin and direct them into worshipping him. This will include a destruction of Judeo Christian principles as the world turns to embrace and celebrate evil. Aleister Crowley was known as the chief Satanist of the twentieth century. Crowley was given a preview of the New Age revolution that was to be the foundation of the antichrists kingdom from a spirit who was identified as Satan himself. Entitled the Book of the Law, principles of free and perverted sex via the destruction of taboo were to earmark this era. In conjunction with this aim, Monroe was used as a tool to break society in for the radical philosophies of free sex that would be ushered in during the turbulent 1960’s.

Jason Kovar, Good Fight Ministries 64 Comments [6/20/2011 3:10:20 AM]
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A true fundie. Ranting about something that happened long ago by someone already long dead.

6/20/2011 3:31:48 AM

Mudak

What's this about American values? You know George Washington had syphillis, right? It was why he had no children of his own.

6/20/2011 3:33:45 AM

aaa

Ah, i see somebody found some vintage fundie rants from 1987.

6/20/2011 4:21:36 AM

Mister Spak

"This kind of behavior, combined with the landmark successes of her films, altogether succeeded in breaking down taboos of propriety that had been adhered to since America’s birth as a nation. This 1950’s “siren” definitely beckoned many a man away from the callings of God and from the freedoms of eternal life to the graves of bondage."



So Marilyn Monroe is the Anti-Christ?

6/20/2011 4:22:23 AM

Percy Q. Shunn

I agree; whatever happened to the good, christian values such as those displayed by the likes of John Wayne?


6/20/2011 4:25:07 AM

Raised by Horses

Well, you're only about six decades late with this little rant. You're about due for a realization that your two millenia-old novel is, in fact, fiction.

I figure that one's still going to take a while to sink in, so I won't hold my breath.

6/20/2011 4:35:28 AM

LDM

"This kind of behavior, combined with the landmark successes of her films, altogether succeeded in breaking down taboos of propriety that had been adhered to since America’s birth as a nation."

Took me a minute to stop laughing after that one. I seem to remember hearing about a little thing called the Roaring '20s. And that prostitutes did a booming business in the Old West, and Gold Rush camps. And my own ancestors made a killing as bootleggers in the prohibition era. And, oh yeah, the rape and pillage of the Native Peoples. Oh, and slavery, many of whom were also sexually abused, and a number of their descendants were later tortured and hanged simply for being black.

Yeah, such propriety and moral fiber our nation had before the 50s.

6/20/2011 4:49:05 AM

Grimsoncrow

Sometimes I feel that American society stands on a somewhat wobbly foundation...(from these guy's perspective, at least)
skirts blowing up, nipple in superbowl, and the whole nation goes on a fugue of blind panic and despair.

6/20/2011 4:51:32 AM

Mihangel apYrs

SEX
the enduring obsession of the Christo-Judeo-Islamic god-botherers.

They can stomach violence, war, gore and suffering, but the moment "fun" comes into it "Satan is in charge!!!"

6/20/2011 4:55:09 AM

Serph-no-Okami

And here I thought those "Harry Potter is the devil!!" were behind the times. This must be a record, being some 60 years late with a rant. Besides, these days some tame upskirt will barely get attention anyway.

6/20/2011 5:09:47 AM

Doubting Thomas

Oh no! Guys want to have sex! Must be a tool of the devil!

6/20/2011 6:17:04 AM

Brendan Rizzo

People like you, Mr. Kovar, are why I hate all of America right now, including myself and the other Americans commentators here. This sort of outrage would never happen in Europe, especially over something that happened sixty years ago... (seethes)

6/20/2011 6:28:50 AM

TGRwulf

You do realize that shit like that has happened, like, forever right? People are just more open about it now.

6/20/2011 6:59:37 AM

Towey

crazy asshole

6/20/2011 7:04:37 AM

Zagadka

This is loony, of course, but it does make one wonder about the use of the term 'siren' in this context

6/20/2011 7:18:52 AM

Allegory for Jesus

"Sexuality is of the DEVIL", writ large. And, with this demonization of "free sex", I assume Jason is just butthurt because he has to pay for his.

6/20/2011 7:45:57 AM

Anon-e-moose

[On Marilyn Monroe]

"She would need no persuasion however to do her infamous “blowing skirt” scene, which the press would call “the most interesting dramatic display since Lady Godiva.” Even though way after midnight, thousands of people stood ogling as wind machines repeatedly sent her skirt billowing above her shoulders. This kind of behavior, combined with the landmark successes of her films, altogether succeeded in breaking down taboos of propriety that had been adhered to since America’s birth as a nation. This 1950’s “siren” definitely beckoned many a man away from the callings of God and from the freedoms of eternal life to the graves of bondage."

Step back, I'll handle this. I'm an expert...:



Bettie Page. Queen of Curves. Pioneer of Fetish. Goddess of Glamour. Sex Incarnate. The Dark Marilyn. Indeed at the time, she was the most photographed woman on the planet*; more so than Marilyn Monroe.

'Being in the nude isn`t a disgrace unless you`re being promiscuous about it. After all, when God created Adam and Eve, they were stark naked. And in the Garden of Eden, God was probably naked as a jaybird too!'

-Bettie Page

She was a Christian. Even at the height of her photomodelling career; mainstream magazines, posers, postcards etc. As well as for Irving Klaw's photo studio, and the numerous private photo clubs in the 1950s, she posed in lingerie, leather, 'Catfighting Cuties' scenes (& films), even nude - especially full-on beaver shots (but 99% of the time, she wore her trademark alluringly deadly, nay, lethal ultra-high heels, as shown above).

Also BDSM tableaux. Bondage.

I love the smell of annihilated arguments in the morning. Smells like... victory.

*- Up to the 1980s, when the visage of Princess Diana entered the all-seeing eye of the paparazzi's lenses.

@Zagadka

"This is loony, of course, but it does make one wonder about the use of the term 'siren' in this context"

Or in another (talking about Cleopatra):

Mark Antony (Sid James): 'They call her the Siren of the Nile'
Julius Caesar (Kenneth Williams): 'Oooh, I hope she don't go off, I mean they do tend to in these hot countries don't they?!'

-"Carry On Cleo"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carry_On_Cleo

X3

6/20/2011 7:48:45 AM



But she's not really a true Christian! (Except when we need the numbers).

6/20/2011 8:24:17 AM

dionysus

You do realize that porn has existed for pretty much as long as humans have, right? And pretty much every culture has had a form of it.

6/20/2011 8:27:48 AM

Greater Good

Brendan Rizzo, take a chill pill. If some nutjob wants to rant about something that happened before I, and maybe you, even existed, that's his business. The rest of us will just laugh, shake our heads, and get on with our lives.

6/20/2011 9:07:08 AM

Amadaun

Heh.

6/20/2011 9:33:09 AM

To simplify:

Paragraph 1: Things that give Jason Kovar a boner.

Paragraph 2: Drug trip.

6/20/2011 10:21:30 AM

Ludd

Do you people like anything? Besides telling other people what to do I mean?

6/20/2011 10:25:54 AM

Selkie

Norma Jean ushers in the apocalypse. Wow, that's a reach.

Yeah, everyone was super chaste in ancient Rome, 18th century Europe, and the roaring twenties.

Yanno, the fifties really were just as much a set of social constructs as any other time period. And not as idyllic as on "Happy Days". Which was fiction.

6/20/2011 10:58:10 AM



What nonsense. There was risqué stuff way before that, what about Mae West in the 1930s. If anything they toned it down later on.

6/20/2011 11:00:44 AM

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