Sleaze Land – Chapter 8 (Loki’s Revenge) Part 1
“Vengeance in bloom shone in her eyes and smiled on her lips.” Alexandre Dumas
“I admit, I wanted to like Edwin Norton, especially after ‘Moonshine Kingdom’, I mean… who doesn’t love that movie? And who can forget that heart-jerker ‘Fist Club’. Yeah…” the plump blonde with the big tits said, as she turned and looked at the ever-so-carefully selected jury.
“Sure, I wanted to like him. Over and over, I wanted to like him. But it’s just too hard now… isn’t it? To respect a man who has, story-after-story, broken the female spirit? Who, movie-after-movie, proved again-and-again that only a white man’s tale is worth a damn, at least to him and his kind. Isn’t that right… Edwin?” she asked, as she came to stand next to the bound and gagged middle-aged man, whom ever-so-closely resembled a geriatric-teen.
“Just like we wanted to like Brad Pitt, even after he made that atrocious movie ‘Se7en’. And even after he publicly humiliated Jennifer. We wanted desperately to like the man who accused people of hating him just for his looks. I mean, hell… most of us had even forgiven him for telling an entire generation of women they’ll never see justice, of any kind, for sexual assault, or self-defense, in his award-winning flick ‘Thelma and Louise’.”
The well-stylized woman sauntered over to a gorgeous woman on the jury, who not-so-coincidentally looked exactly like one of his ex-wives, and smiled.
“Just like we wanted to forgive him when he walked out on his family. But then… when we all heard how he’d chosen Weinstein over them… not once… but twice… how he’d chosen himself over them, and their mother. Why….”
Emma looked back at the panel of defendants, particularly at the man who sat naked upon a large white horse, and smiled.
Then, turning back to the camera, her face a mask of bitter determination, she said, “It’s just like we wanted more than anything to like Daniel Craig, despite his continued practice of promoting violence over peace, of promoting madly dysfunctional females over anything a healthy woman would ever choose to emulate. Just like with his flick ‘Knives Out’ which glorified a mentally ill woman’s choice to allow a man she loved and respected to murder himself, in order to make her life easier.”
Emma came to stand once again, next to the bound and gagged man.
“And how many women do you think took that movie as a good example of how a proper woman should behave in today’s cultured society?” she asked him, though she knew he couldn’t answer.
She’d just wanted to hear the piped-in audience-laughter when he never-the-less tried.
“Well… the truth is… Daniel Craig didn’t care about the messages he was sending out (over and over) to ALL of the young women of our society. Just like Edwin Norton didn’t care about all those women he took advantage of, year-after-year, in his industry. Just like Brad Pitt didn’t care about his family as much as he did making himself into a bigger and brighter movie star. And just like that Aussie wanker, who’s up for death row… didn’t care… about any of his victims.”
Emma turned straight at the camera now, for a close-in shot.
“No… the truth is… we’re here today, to begin handing out punishments (beginning with our internet criminals) because these men simply do not share our sensibilities. They do not share our morals, our values, or our determination to make this place a better world for everyone. No… in fact, if we’d allowed them all to continue along as they were… I daresay… we’d only have seen another forty years of rampant sexual and racial abuse, that quite honestly… we’ve tolerated for far too long already. But today… today all that changes. Because today… we begin to make things right.”
© Raena Exe 2021
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