December 02, 2015

Princess Leia to anti-Christian SJW nerf-herders: “Get a life!”

Rebel Staff

The force is strong with Carrie Fisher!

The 59-year-old actress reprising her role as Princess General Leia in The Force Awakens has spoken out against a “Lord's Prayer” ad being banned by UK Cinemas because it could 'offend people'.

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Fisher told the Mail Online, “I have no idea why they would do that. Offended? No. People should get a life. I don’t think it is offensive to have a ‘power of prayer’ advert before Star Wars.”

The minute-long ad was supposed to be shown before The Force Awakens, but was turned down by Digital Cinema Media, which represents cinema chains. This was despite the fact the ad was approved by the Cinema Advertising Authority and the British Board of Film Classification.

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We can hope that SJWs choose to boycott the Force Awakens and deprive themselves of a potentially awesome movie because of Carrie Fisher's strong words.

H/T: Louder With Crowder

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commented 2015-12-04 00:22:37 -0500
“advert”? This sounds a bit fishy to me. I don’t believe Carrie Fisher was born and raised in England, and that’s the only place people use that term. It’s probably what’s being used by the media there, but as a direct quote, maybe I’d prefer to hear the recording first.
commented 2015-12-03 08:40:27 -0500
so, YEA!!,General Leah
commented 2015-12-03 08:38:27 -0500
have you ever been encouraged to “give ramadan a try”? come on, try something new. don’t complain if you haven’t tried it.

doesn’t work the other way, though, does it?

imagine the OUTRAGE if a Christian ever suggested to a moslem to try pork, or have fun, or equal human rights for everyone, that wouldn’t go over well, i’m sure
commented 2015-12-02 23:28:35 -0500
Dirty Harry, I didn’t say “all”. It just seems that mostly the complainers are those with no religion or of the religion that Quebec Bill 59 seeks to protect from comment – the people who have been known to complain when people are eating pork at another table in a restaurant in Quebec, and then run to the Human Rights Commission.

Personally, I am very non-religious. I’m more worried about a gamma burst from a binary sun system 600 light years away and ready to collapse than the hand of a super entity coming down and wacking its finger on my head. I do like driving around my neighbourhood and seeing the trees and homes decorated and blinking away. Its fun to watch, and very decorative, either when I’m in Quebec, Ontario, or Miami. Just makes you feel happy!

But, alas, there are some, you know – PC – who just can’t abide anyone having fun if it isn’t fun their way. No such concept of live and let live.

I say bring on the Christmas lights and light up the Menorahs! If someone doesn’t like seeing them, they can simply look away.
commented 2015-12-02 19:29:43 -0500
Stephen, you are dead wrong on that last sentiment. I’m an atheist and don’t decorate my home whatsoever and I hate hearing Christmas music. However I don’t mind seeing people decorate their houses or have trees in public. I love Christmas trees. They make me feel like the end of the year is coming and a new one is going to start. Not into the gift thing either but don’t mind the celebrating with a drink or two and having a great Christmas dinner with friends. I, despite being of no religion, have no problem with people celebrating peacefully and having a good time being off work for the holidays. I’m more offended by all the Political Correctness going in the opposite direction to allow these other cultists called muslims to totally destroy our traditions. This will be the end of our traditions. In the end I’ll fight the fight with the Christians.
commented 2015-12-02 18:13:36 -0500
I wonder if the theatres allow prayer rugs in their main lobby?

What next, ban Christmas movies because… nit-pick a reason? OK, most are pretty bad, but they are mostly family films that parents can bring the whole family to see, feel good, and hold hands while walking out.

Fisher, a Jew, is standing up for Christian values. And she is right. If someone doesn’t like the advert ignore it, don’t watch it, stand in the lobby until it is over if you are so offended, or don’t chose this movie, but most importantly, get a life.

Soon we will be hearing the annual “What should the greeting be?” Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Season’s Greetings? Who cares. Say what you want. Really, is it such a big deal? If they are a Christian, and I know it, I say Merry Christmas. If I’m not certain, I may say Happy Holidays or Season’s Greetings. If they are Jewish, Happy Chanukah.

Next on the annual complaint-fest will be Christmas trees in public places. Again, get a life!

The only ones who seem offended are those with no religion, or of a certain “other” religion that expects everyone to bow down to its members.
commented 2015-12-02 16:33:38 -0500
If The Force would Awaken and rid us all of this ‘Luv a Muslim’ BS, we would all be better off. Chicken Sht Cinema Chain’s do not help either.
commented 2015-12-02 16:09:35 -0500
I always knew Carrie Fisher’s beauty was more than skin deep.
commented 2015-12-02 15:20:34 -0500
Bill Elder – I’m expecting them to start rounding us up soon for their concentration camps!
commented 2015-12-02 14:20:19 -0500
Again, we make the mistake of calling these people “social justice warriors” – they are fighting for social oppression – oppression of though, word and choice. The only ideology which has done similar is Fascism. This neo-fascism cannot be allowed a foot hold in free nations.

Today they ban prayer, tomorrow they will punish prayer, and in time, they will persecute prayer with the power of the state.
commented 2015-12-02 14:17:09 -0500
Good job Carrie Fisher!
commented 2015-12-02 13:07:10 -0500
Yea for >Princess< General Leia!