Joker: Nihilism, Despair, Fatherlessness, Hopelessness, and the FAILURE of Society

There is an obvious reason why recent reviews of the new Joker movie by our cosmopolitan, left-wing movie critics are mostly negative.  It’s the same reason why CNN Op-Ed writer Jeff Yang thought that “Joker Validates White Male Resentment” would be a great headline for his very low IQ review of the controversial movie.

The reason the majority of overpaid critics tried and failed to manufacture a box office flop is because the protagonist in the movie is a portrayal of a figure that they have been working tirelessly to convince you to either hate, believe that he doesn’t exist at all.  The character portrayal I’m referring to is the poor, marginalized, white male that we hear about so frequently from effectively every verified check mark on twitter today.

The Joker movie highlights almost every societal issue that I have been talking about for a very long time. Outside of this movie making the viewer feel empathetic to disenfranchised, disaffected white males in society, this movie also shines a very bright light on the effects of fatherless homes, the decline in civic engagement, and the breakdown of community.  It also highlights suicide, drug overdose, homelessness, diversity induced low trust communities, mental health facilities shutting down en masse, the over prescribing of psychotropic drugs, and much more.

Despite what some may say, this movie does not actually encourage nihilism, it instead allows the viewer to experience the nihilism, disassociation, and disengagement of Arthur Fleck for two hours straight. This is one of the many reasons for the negative reviews. The media, academics, and left-wing critics would not allow a successful cultural representation of a poor, marginalized, forgotten white man without of course trying to digitally ‘cancel’ it now would they?

Are there other instances of Hollywood representations of the disaffected white males of society? Certainly; Falling Down and Taxi Driver come to mind.  But Taxi Driver was released in 1976 and Falling Down was released in 1993. This means that over twenty years have passed since the last major cultural representation of the fed up and enraged, white male hit the big screens.

To dispel the “pro-Antifa” message some claim this movie pushed, I point to the protagonist who on several occasions explicitly stated that he “was not political and doesn’t believe in any of that.” The Gotham media of course made the subway murders political when they had no political motive, causing a sensationalism induced uprising. Sounds just like the media in real life eh? Also you may have noticed the protesters in the movie carrying were holding some of their signs upside-down, a clear shot at the average 85 IQ campus communists today.

It was certainly made apparent to the viewer that the media was spreading ‘fake news,’ and it is precisely for this reason that any logical person would interpret this as an obvious attack on the modern dishonest media of reality. If the message of the movie was legitimately about propping up some anarcho-communist revolution, then 90% of the critic reviews would be positive instead of negative, and the media would not be claiming that this movie promotes “white terrorism” or “white resentment.”

To be quite frank, the idea that this movie promotes left-wing or even right-wing ideas is a very shallow line of thinking. This movie instead actually shines a very bright light on extremely important problems in our society that should not be politicized, but of course they are because everything today is. Because of this, for some reason, these issues have become ostensibly issues that only the “right-wing” now seems to care about.

Introduction: 0:00

What the Media is Saying: 3:45

Synopsis: 4:06

Overview of a decaying society: 5:46

Decline in Civic Engagement and Community: 8:44

Diversity a driver in decaying community: 11:58

Overview of mass shooters: 14:12

Mental Health Crisis: 15:41

Rise in Drug overdose and opioid epidemic: 19:42

Rise in deaths of despair: 22:29

Rise in Fatherless Homes: 26:09

Decline in Religiosity: 28:45

Rise in Children prescribed with Psychotropic drugs: 32:24

Rise in Homelessness: 37:13

Decline of Marriage: 38:06

Don’t lose hope, seek God: 39:36