KUHNER: Hollywood’s culture of death

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The overwhelming majority of people in the world - whether it be the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, Asia or Eastern Europe - are traditionalist. They deeply believe in God and family, hearth and home. They understand the transcendental nature of man: Human beings are created to serve a higher, nobler purpose, one rooted in eternal moral laws. America’s MTV morality is not only superficial and profoundly anti-human, but doomed. It cannot sustain or inspire a civilization of any meaningful consequence.

Like the murderous Jason, however, Hollywood’s culture of death continues to devour everything in its path. It may still sell tickets. But, like Jason, it is consumed by darkness.

Jeffrey T. Kuhner is a columnist at The Washington Times and president of the Edmund Burke Institute, a Washington policy institute.

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