The World's Fastest Indian
Below is an attempt at rewriting my movie review (from memory) of the movie, “The World’s Fastest Indian”, which was posted on the User Review section under Yahoo Movies (for the same title) in the late hours of 20 February 2006. My post was purged by Yahoo less than 24 hours later. I received an immediate follow-on e-mail from Yahoo stating that I potentially violated the member TOS (Terms of Service) with no reference to the matter constituting the potential violation. Also, within the e-mail was a veiled threat of terminating my membership. I can only deduce (in the Western tradition of reasoning) there is a direct connection between my post (and it’s subsequent and immediate purge) and the e-mail I received from Yahoo Administration.
I just saw the movie, “The World’s Fastest Indian”. I admit in my naive hopes that I was going to see a quality movie since Sir Anthony Hopkins was the main actor. I was wrong. For a movie that was supposed to be based upon a true story, one which had the potential of telling the story of one man’s obstinate pursuit of a dream (read: possible portrayal in selflessness and virtue), the sodomites in Hollywood have managed to grossly pollute the Silver Screen with yet another manifestation of their deviant world-view.
Specifically; a prominent character in Burt Monro’s (Anthony Hopkins) initial visit to America was a front-desk clerk in a seedy Hollywood motel. This clerk was portrayed, of course, as a caring and empathetic black ‘man’ who, oh by the way, was a transvestite. In Burt’s pursuit of securing transportation for himself and his motorcycle from LA to the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, he meets a Mexican used car salesman. This salesman apparently can’t keep up with Burt’s single-mindedness of purpose and seeks respite by way of lighting up a joint (reefer, wacky weed, whatever) which is blatantly projected as a legitimate comic device. Throughout the movie there are numerous references to ‘dog balls’, testicles, and similar graphic pronunciations. These references are in a larger context of a bizarre fixation on urination. There were no less than three scenes in the movie that had no other purpose of segment other than to show – public urination. One of these scenes involved in young boy which is an obvious, however indirect, reference to the fascination with man-boy relationships implicit in homosexual behavior. In their guilt-laden neurosis, the writers attempted to neutralize these references with Burt’s sexual promiscuity – he has no less than two lovers in the movie. Of course, heterosexual promiscuity on the screen today is so accepted that it attempts to portray itself with the same wholesomeness as Gary Cooper and Baseball in ‘Meet John Doe’. And, in final, the mortal sin of smoking tobacco has it’s say too. There were two scenes, at least insofar as I was able to note amidst the barrage of indoctrination, that evangelized against those persons (read: evil-doers) who smoke – tobacco, yes! (If they could only squeeze in a line or two how motorcycle exhaust contributes to global warming…)
Thus, an otherwise family-oriented movie based upon a true story which has as it’s main character a man who through his simple, determined, and yes heroic, pursuit of a dream – and which involves motorcycles (very dear to my heart) – is polluted with the relentless, politically-correct viewpoint of the homosexual reprobates in Hollywood.
postscript – The fascists (sorry, I mean folks) at Yahoo deemed it a grave matter of immediate action to purge my online review – without haste. There is obviously no tolerance for differing viewpoints amongst it’s online member community which might be at odds with the pervasive (watch it there!) and accepted norm of political correctness as promulgated by the sexual sociopaths who administer the domain. Is it any wonder the rest of the world despises us when one of our primary exports is “Entertainment”?...