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QUOTES FROM CRISPIN GLOVER: “Does Steven Spielberg focus much of his fantasy life on young people? Did he portray children wallowing in sewers filled with fecal matter in Schindler’s List? Did he use children to finger paint an adult in Hook? Does he collect the illustrations of Norman Rockwell, such as the one showing a young boy in his underwear examined by a doctor? Are the inclinations of Steven Spielberg above suspicion by the media-fed culture? Was Steven Spielberg very friendly with Michael Jackson? Wasn’t Michael Jackson supposed to play Peter Pan in Steven Spielberg’s version of the story? Now that Michael Jackson is no longer held in favor by the mass media, does Spielberg associate with him? Do Michael Jackson and Steven Spielberg share similar opinions about the sexuality of young boys?” "When you join in a conversation with strangers, do you openly discuss any idea whatsoever without fear of conflict? Or do you restrain yourself from discussing certain things for fear of offending people and then becoming an outcast? Are there laws that deem certain forms of thought as bad and wrong? Is what is now termed “hate” a form of thought? Does our culture consider it acceptable to have a minstrel represent a black person on film? Does our culture consider it acceptable to have a person of average intelligence represent a retarded person on film? Why is one thing questionable, and one thing acceptable? Did Adolf Hitler entertain any good thoughts? Was Shirley Temple sexy as a young girl?" "Corey Feldman, a prolific child actor during the 1980s, is most notable for testifying against pop star Michael Jackson the singer’s child molestation trial in 2011, however, the two were good friends and there were several cases when Feldman came to the defense of Jackson during instances of defamation. However, Feldman has been very forthcoming regarding his history of being sexually abused as a child, and confirmed Elijah Wood’s claim that there is organized child sex abuse in Hollywood. Although there is no explicit claim of predatory behavior, Feldman mentions Spielberg’s name while recounting his history of being abused at the hands of men in Hollywood. Speculation of this variety is appropriate when so many tragic incidents in Hollywood have unfolded under our very noses. Perhaps it is time to take seriously the rumors that have been tossed in the bin for years, and to confront the behemoth of sexual degeneracy that has lied dormant in the entertainment industry for decades. It is unlikely that the social elite will ever out themselves or one of their own; so, the question rises. Who will?"
"The apkallu story is the Mesopotamian backstory for Gen 6:1-4. This is virtually unknown to biblical students (even scholars) since prior to 2010 only two articles ever mention the apkallu in connection with that biblical passage. That all changed in 2010 with the excellent work of Amar Annus (as I have blogged before). Consequently, there’s a whole lot more to the apkallu than these brief comments. I wrote about them and Gen 6:1-4 in Reversing Hermon. Do I think director Guillermo del Toro is intentionally trying to “communicate” the apkallu / Gen 6:1-4? No. I doubt he’s been reading Mesopotamian material. But perhaps he had a muse."