The Oscars Is Filled With Trash Humans

The Ben Shapiro Show
11 Mar 202451:37

Summary

TLDRThe transcript discusses the recent Academy Awards, highlighting the success of 'Oppenheimer' and the performance of John Cena. It criticizes the political stances taken by Hollywood, particularly in support of Hamas and against Israel, and calls out the moral hypocrisy of figures like Jonathan Glazer. The text also touches on the economic situation of the United States and the Biden administration's approach to foreign policy, particularly in relation to the Middle East conflict and immigration.

Takeaways

  • 🏆 The Academy Awards ceremony, while still lengthy, was more entertaining than usual, with 'Oppenheimer' being a notable success story.
  • 🎬 Christopher Nolan and Kellan Murphy won Best Director and Best Actor, respectively, for their work on 'Oppenheimer'.
  • 🚫 'Barbie', despite its nominations, did not perform well at the Oscars, winning only one award for Best Original Song.
  • 💭 The speaker criticizes the Oscars for being filled with individuals who lack understanding of the world outside their artistic bubble and hold a distorted view of morality.
  • 🎭 John Mulaney's presentation of the Best Sound award was a highlight of the evening, showcasing a blend of humor and film knowledge.
  • 🎤 Ryan Gosling's performance was a standout moment, bringing a nostalgic touch to the event with his song 'I'm Just Ken'.
  • 🤣 Jimmy Kimmel's hosting was not well-received, with the speaker suggesting he should not host the Oscars again.
  • 👎 The Oscars were criticized for their political undertones, particularly for perceived bias and lack of jokes about current political figures other than Donald Trump.
  • 🌍 The speaker expresses concern over Hollywood's perceived moral decline and its influence on societal values.
  • 🤔 The situation in Israel and Gaza is discussed, with criticism directed at those who the speaker believes are misrepresenting the conflict or showing bias.
  • 🚨 The speaker calls out the disconnect between Hollywood's stance on global conflicts and their lack of focus on the true causes and perpetrators of violence.

Q & A

  • Which film won the Best Picture at the Academy Awards mentioned in the transcript?

    -Oppenheimer won the Best Picture at the Academy Awards.

  • Who was awarded Best Director at the same event?

    -Christopher Nolan was awarded Best Director.

  • Which actor received the Best Actor award according to the transcript?

    -Kellan Murphy received the Best Actor award.

  • What was the speaker's opinion about the length of the Academy Awards ceremony?

    -The speaker found the ceremony to be longer than necessary, but more entertaining than usual.

  • What was the speaker's view on the movie 'Barbie' at the Oscars?

    -The speaker was disappointed that 'Barbie' did not perform well at the Oscars and believed it was nominated for many awards because of a review they had made.

  • Who did the speaker think should not host the Oscars again?

    -The speaker believed that Jimmy Kimmel should not host the Oscars again due to his unpleasant demeanor.

  • Which presenter at the Oscars did the speaker find pleasant and entertaining?

    -The speaker found John Cena's presentation to be the best part of the Oscars.

  • What was the speaker's criticism about Hollywood?

    -The speaker criticized Hollywood for having small moral brains, living in an artistic bubble, and not understanding the world around them.

  • What was the speaker's stance on the conflict between Israel and Hamas?

    -The speaker believes that Hollywood and some individuals are morally wrong for supporting Hamas, which they view as a genocidal terror group.

  • Who did the speaker criticize for their acceptance speech at the Oscars?

    -The speaker criticized Jonathan Glazer, the director of 'Zone of Interest', for his speech that they felt was morally bankrupt and hypocritical.

  • What was the speaker's view on the Oscars' handling of politics?

    -The speaker felt that the Oscars were filled with dumb politics, particularly left-wing politics, and were unfairly biased against certain political figures.

Outlines

00:00

🏆 Academy Awards Recap and Hollywood's Disconnect

The video script begins with a recap of the Academy Awards, highlighting the success of 'Oppenheimer' and the performances of Christopher Nolan and Kellan Murphy. It criticizes the length of the ceremony and the lack of deserved recognition for 'Barbie'. The speaker expresses a broader critique of Hollywood, describing it as a place of moral disconnect, where values are not shared and a small moral brain is unable to understand the world. The speaker argues that Hollywood's self-perception as a moral authority is misguided and that its internal issues reflect a larger societal dysfunction.

05:03

🎭 Oscars' Good and Bad Moments

This paragraph discusses the good and bad moments of the Oscars, emphasizing the entertaining aspects such as John Cena's unexpected appearance and Ryan Gosling's performance. It also mentions the awkward moments, including a political statement by Jonathan Glazer, who criticized Israel's actions. The speaker expresses disappointment in the Oscars' political bias and the lack of support for the hostages held by Hamas, instead seeing support for a terror group.

10:04

🌍 The West's Moral Conflict and Hollywood's Stance

The speaker delves into the moral conflict between the West and groups like Hamas, criticizing Hollywood for supporting the latter. The speaker argues that Hollywood's support for Hamas and its criticism of Israel reflects a lack of moral clarity and a failure to recognize the atrocities committed by such groups. The speaker also condemns the Oscars for allowing and even encouraging such views, suggesting that this moral bankruptcy is indicative of a larger problem within Western civilization.

15:04

📢 The Impact of Hollywood on Cultural Morality

This paragraph discusses the influence of Hollywood on cultural morality, suggesting that despite its disconnect from true moral values, it still has a significant impact on how people perceive morality. The speaker criticizes Hollywood for its hypocrisy, particularly in the context of the Middle East conflict, and calls out the Biden administration for its stance on the issue. The speaker also mentions the arrest of an anti-Hamas protester in the UK, highlighting the suppression of free speech and the West's struggle against radicalism.

20:05

🕍 The Battle Over Jerusalem and the Upcoming Ramadan

The speaker talks about the potential escalation of violence near religious sites in Jerusalem due to the upcoming Ramadan, as calculated by Hamas' Gaza Chief. The paragraph also discusses the falsification of casualty numbers by Hamas and the West's acceptance of these numbers without question. The speaker criticizes this lack of scrutiny and suggests that it is part of a broader pattern of moral and intellectual bankruptcy in Western responses to the conflict.

25:06

🤝 Unity in the Israeli Government on Hamas

This paragraph emphasizes the unity within the Israeli government, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his rival Benny Gantz, in their stance against Hamas. The speaker argues against the narrative that Netanyahu is the sole reason for the conflict with Hamas, stating that the entire Israeli government supports the actions against the terrorist group. The speaker also criticizes U.S. President Joe Biden for his comments on the situation, suggesting that Biden is pandering to his political base rather than supporting Israel's right to defend itself.

30:07

🚨 Biden's Red Line Warning and Political Pandering

The speaker discusses President Joe Biden's warning about a 'red line' in the conflict between Israel and Hamas, and his subsequent clarification that the U.S. will not cut off aid to Israel. The paragraph criticizes Biden for his perceived confusion and for attempting to differentiate between the actions of the Israeli government and those of Netanyahu personally. The speaker suggests that Biden's comments are part of a broader political strategy to appeal to his liberal base while maintaining support for Israel.

35:16

📢 Biden's Criticism of Netanyahu and Aid to Gaza

The speaker addresses President Biden's criticism of Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's handling of the conflict with Hamas, particularly his comments about the impact on Israel's international reputation. The paragraph also discusses the need for humanitarian aid in Gaza and the pressure on Israel to allow more aid in. The speaker argues that there is a misunderstanding of the situation, with a lack of military solution to defeat Hamas, and criticizes Biden for his perceived lack of support for Israel's actions.

40:17

🎥 Biden's Missteps and the Democratic Party's Moral Crisis

The speaker criticizes President Biden for his missteps, including his comments on illegal immigration and his handling of the situation with the murderer of Lakisha Riley. The paragraph discusses the perceived moral crisis within the Democratic Party, with Biden accused of pandering to the radical left and downplaying the seriousness of crimes committed by illegal immigrants. The speaker suggests that the Democratic Party has lost its moral compass and is more focused on identity politics than on the needs and safety of the American people.

45:19

🎬 Biden's Age and Campaign Ad, Trump's Response

The speaker comments on President Biden's new campaign ad, which acknowledges his age but highlights his achievements. The paragraph also discusses Biden's claim of winning in recent polls, which the speaker disputes. The speaker criticizes Biden for his ad's short clips and lack of long takes, suggesting it's due to Biden's struggles with the teleprompter. The paragraph concludes with a mention of former President Donald Trump's criticism of Biden for his response to the illegal immigrant who killed Lakisha Riley, with Trump arguing that Biden should apologize to the killer.

50:21

📢 Nancy Mace's Response to Stephanopoulos

The speaker praises Congresswoman Nancy Mace for her response to George Stephanopoulos's questioning about her endorsement of Donald Trump, given the allegations of rape against him. Mace defends her position by emphasizing her own experience as a rape victim and her refusal to be shamed for her political choices. The speaker criticizes Stephanopoulos for his past as a strategist for the Clintons and his current role as a supposed neutral anchor, highlighting the perceived bias in the media.

🇭🇹 Update on the Situation in Haiti

The speaker mentions an upcoming update on the situation in Haiti, recalling the controversy when former President Donald Trump referred to the country as a 'shithole country'. The paragraph suggests that the media's reaction to Trump's comments was misguided and that the truth about the situation in Haiti is not as positive as some would like to believe.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡Academy Awards

The Academy Awards, also known as the Oscars, is an annual awards ceremony honoring cinematic achievements in the film industry. In the context of the video, the user discusses the recent event, its entertainment value, and the winners of various categories, indicating the relevance of the Oscars in the entertainment industry and popular culture.

💡Hollywood

Hollywood is both a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California, and a metonym for the American film industry. In the video, the user critiques Hollywood as a place filled with people who do not share the same values as the general public, suggesting a disconnect between the entertainment industry and its audience.

💡Moral values

Moral values refer to the principles that individuals or societies use to determine what is right or wrong, good or bad. In the context of the video, the user discusses the perceived moral failings of Hollywood and its celebrities, suggesting that they do not align with the moral values of the general population.

💡Political correctness

Political correctness is a societal tendency to avoid language or actions that can offend or marginalize certain groups of people. In the video, the user implies that political correctness influences the Oscars and Hollywood, leading to a preference for certain narratives or causes that may not reflect the views of the wider public.

💡Jimmy Kimmel

Jimmy Kimmel is a comedian and television host known for his late-night talk show 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' In the video, the user expresses a negative opinion of Kimmel's hosting abilities at the Oscars, suggesting that his persona and style are not well-received by the speaker.

💡John Cena

John Cena is a professional wrestler, actor, and television host. In the context of the video, the user mentions Cena's appearance at the Oscars, specifically his unexpected nudity on stage, which was intended as a comedic moment but was met with confusion by the speaker.

💡Diversity

Diversity refers to the variety of differences among people, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and cultural background. In the video, the user touches on the topic of diversity in the context of financial strategies, suggesting that diversifying one's savings can be a smart move in uncertain economic times.

💡Inflation

Inflation is the rate at which the general level of prices for goods and services is rising, and subsequently, purchasing power is falling. In the video, the user discusses inflation as a significant economic concern in the United States, suggesting that continuous spending and printing of money will lead to higher prices.

💡Hamas

Hamas is a Palestinian Islamist political organization and militant group that has been designated as a terrorist organization by several countries and entities. In the video, the user discusses the conflict between Israel and Hamas, expressing a critical view of those who support Hamas and criticizing the moral stance of individuals who they believe are sympathizing with a terrorist group.

💡Israel-Gaza conflict

The Israel-Gaza conflict refers to the ongoing struggle between Israel and Palestinian territories, particularly the Gaza Strip, which is controlled by Hamas. In the video, the user talks about the conflict in terms of moral values, criticizing those who they believe are misinterpreting or misrepresenting the situation.

💡Jonathan Glazer

Jonathan Glazer is a British film director known for his work on movies such as 'Sexy Beast' and 'Under the Skin.' In the video, the user criticizes Glazer for his acceptance speech at the Oscars, in which he allegedly used the Holocaust to make a political statement against Israel's actions, which the user finds morally questionable.

Highlights

The Academy Awards were more entertaining than usual but still had a lengthy duration of around 9 hours.

Oppenheimer won Best Picture, and Christopher Nolan took home the award for Best Director.

Kellan Lutz won the Best Actor award for his performance.

The movie Barbie did not perform well at the Oscars, winning only one award for Best Original Song.

The speaker suggests that their review, which involved burning Barbies, may have influenced the Academy's decision to nominate Barbie for multiple awards.

The Oscars are described as a gathering of individuals with small moral brains, living in an artistic bubble in Los Angeles.

John Cena's unexpected naked appearance on stage was mentioned as a confusing and awkward moment.

The speaker criticizes the Academy for supporting Hamas and wearing Gaza ceasefire pins, which they believe shows a lack of moral clarity.

Jonathan Glazer, the director of 'Zone of Interest', is criticized for his acceptance speech that seemingly criticizes Israel's actions.

The speaker argues that Hollywood is disconnected from morality and is a dangerous place for the creation of culture.

The Biden Administration's approach to the Middle East conflict is described as morally idiotic.

The speaker discusses the arrest of an anti-Hamas activist in the UK for holding a sign declaring Hamas as terrorists.

The situation in Israel and Gaza is discussed, with the speaker arguing that the conflict is not about Netanyahu but about Israel's survival.

The speaker accuses the media and Hollywood of counting on their moral idiocy to pressure Israel into stopping its offensive against Hamas.

Hamas is accused of falsifying casualty numbers, with the speaker suggesting that the numbers are too linear to be real.

Joe Biden's recent admission that a ceasefire looks tough is mentioned, along with his concern about violence in East Jerusalem.

The speaker criticizes Biden for suggesting that Israel is engaging in carpet bombing in Gaza.

Biden's drawing of a red line regarding potential actions by Israel is discussed, with the speaker questioning Biden's clarity and intentions.

The speaker highlights Biden's statement that he wants to see a ceasefire and his belief that Netanyahu is hurting Israel more than helping it.

The speaker argues that there is a military way to defeat Hamas, contrary to the belief that there isn't.

Joe Biden's recent ad acknowledging his age but emphasizing his experience and accomplishments is mentioned.

Donald Trump's criticism of Biden for his walk back on using the term 'illegal' to describe a murderer is highlighted.

The speaker discusses the situation in Haiti and references past comments made by Donald Trump about the country.

Transcripts

00:00

so the Academy Awards happened last

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night and it was less of a failure than

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usual it was more entertaining than

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usual sure it was still like N9 hours

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long but it had its moments Oppenheimer

00:11

walked away with best picture last night

00:13

Christopher Nolan properly walked away

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with Best Director last night Kellan

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Murphy walked away with best actor last

00:18

night so Oppenheimer did really well

00:20

Barbie which was my second biggest

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priority failed Barbie did not do well

00:23

last night and there are people in the

00:25

office who will die on the hill of

00:27

saying that the reason Barbie got

00:28

nominated for so many awards

00:30

specifically because I made a 45-minute

00:31

review actually burning Barbies and so

00:34

then every member of the academy felt a

00:36

moral obligation to nominate Barby in

00:38

categories it had no business being in

00:41

it won one award for best original song

00:42

which of course was pretty much the only

00:44

thing that that Barbie should have been

00:46

up for in the first place best

00:48

supporting actress went to Divine Joy

00:50

Rand from the

00:51

holdovers but overall what it was not

00:55

nearly as bad as the Oscars of past

00:57

years have been however the Oscars is

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still a trash fire filled with trash

01:01

human beings and this is the message for

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today Hollywood is a place filled with

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people who do not share your values in

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fact they do not like your values yes

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they are very beautiful and yes they are

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very glamorous and also they have very

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very small moral brains their small

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moral brains are not capable of

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understanding the world around them they

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live in this little artistic bubble the

01:22

Bohemian Grove of Los Angeles in which

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everyone is tolerant of everyone else's

01:27

excesses and which everyone thinks

01:30

exactly the way that they do and if only

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everyone thought like Hollywood then

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they too would have massively

01:34

dysfunctional marriages drug problems

01:35

and screwed up children then everything

01:37

would be better that is the way that

01:39

Hollywood thinks about itself they are

01:40

the expositors of higher morality to you

01:43

the tiny little peons of people to you

01:45

the humdrum little people and there was

01:47

a lot of that last night so I want to go

01:49

through the good and then we'll get to

01:51

the very very moral bad of the Oscars so

01:54

the good first of all let's just point

01:56

out that Jimmy Kimmel should never host

01:57

an Oscars again Jimmy Kimmel is not good

01:59

at hosting the Oscars because he's an

02:01

unpleasant human being you know who

02:03

actually is quite Pleasant on camera

02:05

despite the fact that he's had a bunch

02:06

of moral foibles of his own which he's

02:07

admitted to obviously is John meany so

02:09

the highlight of the Oscars award

02:11

evening was John meany who had a minute

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and 30 seconds and John meany was the

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best thing on the show here was melany

02:16

last night introducing the category for

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best sound

02:19

design now the Oscar for achievement in

02:22

sound you know for years movies didn't

02:25

have sound and then they figured it out

02:28

some people said that the silent era was

02:31

the Golden Era of film these people are

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difficult and

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insane without sound we wouldn't have

02:37

been able to hear such classic lines as

02:39

you're going to need a bigger boat I'll

02:41

have what she's having and he was in the

02:43

Amazon with my mother when she was

02:44

researching spiders just before she died

02:48

or what about that moment in Field of

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Dreams when we hear if you build it he

02:53

will come and then cner does it he

02:55

builds a baseball field well I guess he

02:56

doesn't build it he mows down corn and

02:59

then there is a field and then he's like

03:01

I'm going to watch ghost play baseball

03:02

and the bank is like you want to pay

03:04

your mortgage and he's like Noah I'm

03:05

going to watch ghost play baseball and

03:07

then he finds James Earl Jones who wrote

03:08

The Boat rocker which I thought was a

03:10

real book deep into my 20s and he's like

03:13

people will come Ray he's the only one

03:15

with a financial plan but what's weird

03:17

is Timothy busfield pushes Little Gabby

03:19

Hoffman off the bleachers and she falls

03:21

down and she's unconscious then Bert

03:23

Lancaster is Moonlight Graham and he

03:25

comes up and he Pats around the back a

03:26

couple times and he's like hot dog stuck

03:28

in the throat and then he can't go back

03:31

in the game cuz I guess there's a rule

03:34

in ghost baseball that if you leave the

03:36

field at any point to become an elderly

03:38

ghost and do the heck maneuver you can't

03:40

return to the

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field I Love Field of Dreams that should

03:44

win best picture though they'll probably

03:47

go with one of this

03:49

year's here are the

03:52

nominees for achievement and

03:56

sound so um that was the best thing at

03:58

the Oscars last night by far and he

04:00

should definitely host the Oscars next

04:02

year again I'm going to do some

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highlights here because it wasn't all

04:04

bad last night Ryan Gosling performing

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I'm just Ken because again the Barbie

04:08

movie is actually about how Ken is

04:10

better than Barbie Here is Ryan Gosling

04:12

performing this and this is you know

04:14

kind of a throwback to a time when the

04:15

Oscars was a little

04:18

[Music]

04:18

[Applause]

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fun it doesn't seem to m

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what I

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do always number

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two no one knows how hard I

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try oh

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I have

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feelings I can't

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explain driving me

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insane all my life been so

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po right

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there just care anywhere else i' be

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attain is it my destiny to live and

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die yeah this

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[Music]

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is okay so

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um honestly this is the uh this was one

05:20

of the better things at the Oscars and

05:22

then obviously everybody pointing out

05:24

that uh he um goes down into the crowd

05:26

then he's singing with Emma Stone who he

05:27

was in with he was in LA land with okay

05:30

fine so this is what the Oscars used to

05:32

be was actually Stars doing star kind of

05:33

things and again I hated Barbie but this

05:36

was actually entertaining and somewhat

05:39

interesting other highlights this is

05:41

kind of a highlight lowl for some reason

05:42

John Cena was naked on stage I don't

05:44

know why that was a thing um I was

05:46

mostly just confused as to why somebody

05:49

thought this should be a gag but

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apparently it was a thing that that H

05:52

again at least they're trying they're

05:53

trying here is John

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Cena

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now maybe this should have been low

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lights actually it was

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awkward

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costumes they are so

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important maybe the most important thing

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there

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is I I can't open the envelope without

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the

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god the nominees for best costume design

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are okay so um yeah I mean again at

06:45

least they are trying we'll get some

06:47

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remains a significant economic concern

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the bad so the Oscars is always filled

07:47

with dumb politics like terrible stupid

07:50

politics and and it included the usual

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kind of litany of left-wing garbage

07:55

there's a point where Jimmy Kimmel for

07:56

example gets up and he reads A Trump

07:58

post because Donald Trump because this

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is what Donald Trump does was live

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posting on social about the Oscars and

08:02

here was Jimmy Kimmel just doing sort of

08:04

a rote dumb late night joke about Donald

08:06

Trump yeah again no jokes about Biden

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this is the there's one joke about Trump

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really they tried to keep it to a

08:11

minimum to be fair but here was here was

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Kim last night going after

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Trump I just got a a review and

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um has there ever been a worse host than

08:22

Jimmy Kimmel at the Oscars his opening

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was that of a less than average person

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trying too hard to be something which is

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not and never can be get rid of Kimmel

08:32

and perhaps replace him with another

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washed up but cheap ABC Talent George

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slopis he would make everybody on stage

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look bigger stronger and more glamorous

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blah blah blah make America great

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[Applause]

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again okay now see if you can guess

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which former president just posted that

08:58

on TR

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anyone

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no well thank you president Trump um

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thank you for watching I'm surprised

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you're still Isn't it past your jail

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time and then of course you got the

09:14

obligatory Jersey here's the thing that

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joke and then every show oh because he's

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because he's been indicted a lot oh we

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love when he's indicted because even

09:22

though it's not it's not legal but yeah

09:24

and and it's corrupt but okay so here's

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the thing that joke was done by the time

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he said Trump

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because it is funny that Donald Trump

09:31

posts on Truth social about it but

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instead of just letting it go there he

09:34

has to get that last little stupid jab

09:36

in because that's of course what what

09:37

Jimmy Kimmel does but that's not really

09:38

where the moral lack at the Oscars came

09:40

up the moral lack at the Oscars came up

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because Hollywood has decided to root

09:45

for Hamas that is not a great shock I

09:47

think that a lot of people in the United

09:49

States they're tired of watching

09:50

obviously the conflict between Israel

09:52

and Kamas over in the Middle East cuz

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they think what do we care I mean

09:55

obviously that's very very far away

09:57

that's in a different part of the world

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entirely and the point that I've been

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making repeatedly since October 7th is

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that it really is not about what's

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happening Vis Israel and Hamas the real

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conflict that is happening in the west

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is a conflict over our own moral value

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system if we cannot see the distinction

10:12

between Israel and Hamas and if there

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are hundreds of thousands of young

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people marching in the streets in

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support of an actual honest to God

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genocidal terror group that rapes women

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and murders babies and throws gay people

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off of buildings and does all of those

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sorts of things on the routine and they

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wish to maintain control of the Gaza

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Strip and you are rooted for them this

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says something about the the vacuum at

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the heart of the West that if in fact

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there is a moral conflict over that

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particular conflict that demonstrates a

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lackluster moral Center in the west that

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is going to lead to the dissolution of

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the West as a whole any civilization

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that cannot tell the difference between

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Israel and Hamas is a civilization that

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is doomed to decline and

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disrepair okay that's the case that I've

10:55

been making since so naturally Hollywood

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is on the side of Kamas so there are a

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bunch of idiots moral idiots who are

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wearing around Gaza ceasefire pins Now

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understand when they are calling for a

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ceasefire what they really mean is they

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want to leave Hamas in place in the Gaza

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Strip Hamas is currently holding 134

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hostages we don't know how many are

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alive and how many are dead they're

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currently holding women and the elderly

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in captivity and babies in captivity

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they have raped an enormous number of

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these women who are coming back and they

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are rejecting every ceasefire possible

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so when these people wear a ceasefire

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pin trying to put pressure on Israel

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they're neglecting of course the point

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which that Hamas has rejected every

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ceasefire proposal that takes them out

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of power so Billy iish who is just an

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idiot on every she can sing and she's a

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she was wearing a ceasefire pin

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she's not the only one there are a bunch

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of these adults who are wearing

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ceasefire pins at the

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Oscars Mark Ruffalo of course Mark

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Ruffalo is just a a full-on anti-semite

11:49

at this point Mark Ruffalo has been

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anti-israel and anti-semitic for years

11:52

and years and years there were zero pins

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in favor of the hostages who are

11:56

currently being held right that that was

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the big thing right after October 7th

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there are a lot of people who are

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wearing yellow pins in in solidarity

12:04

with the hostages that's been completely

12:05

forgotten including the six American

12:07

hostages who are currently being held in

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the Gaza Strip but they are full

12:12

standing for Kamas there were protesters

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outside of the Oscars in favor of Kamas

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honestly I don't know why they bothered

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all the protesters could have been

12:19

inside I mean a majority of Hollywood is

12:22

in support of Kamas at this point so

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these protesters held up the start of

12:26

the of the event for few minutes

12:30

apparently and then of course the the

12:33

greatest Exemplar of a person with not

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only no moral character and no moral

12:38

spine but anti-oral is Jonathan Glazer

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so Jonathan

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Glazer is the director of a movie called

12:45

zone of Interest zone of interest is an

12:47

excellent film zone of Interest based

12:49

sort of on A Martin Amos novel is about

12:51

the hes family Rudolph H was the head of

12:54

the aitz concentration camp and the

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movie zone of interest for which he won

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a a best International Oscar the movie

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is about the hes family and them living

13:05

at aitz in a house and the entire movie

13:07

is just them at the house and the

13:09

Holocaust doesn't exist except that we

13:11

all know the Holocaust exists in the

13:12

background you'll see a smoke stack or

13:14

you'll hear people screaming randomly in

13:15

the background you you'll hear people

13:17

being shot far away and the movie is

13:19

really good because what the movie is

13:21

demonstrating is how easy it is for

13:23

people to ignore a holocaust that's

13:25

happening and that they are benefiting

13:26

from so long as they benefit from it and

13:28

get to enjoy their lives the entire

13:30

movie is about the banality of evil the

13:32

problem is that Jonathan Glazer wins the

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Oscar and we listen to what he has to

13:36

say Jonathan Glazer is the villain in

13:38

his own movie and he doesn't even know

13:39

it so here is Jonathan Glazer getting up

13:41

there and then of course ripping the

13:43

state of Israel for defending itself

13:44

against genocidal anti-jewish

13:48

terrorists all our choices were made to

13:50

reflect and confront Us in the present

13:52

not to say look what they did then

13:54

rather look what we do now how film

13:57

shows where dehumanization leads needs

13:59

at its worst it shaped all of our past

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and

14:02

present right now we stand here as men

14:05

who refute their jewishness in the hola

14:07

being hijacked by an occupation which