Billy Roper reviews anti-invader Angry Birds movie


Billy Roper, who sought the Boston Tea Party Presidential nomination in 2012, writes at the Racial Observer:

In the kumbaya kingdom of Bird Island, Red calls out the authorities and the establishment for being fakes and liars, while the cuck-a-doodle-do avians are all shocked by his inappropriate rage. In fact, after exposing a charlatan judge, Red gets sentenced to Anger Management class. He had ruffled the wrong feathers, this time. About then I started thinking that this Finnish-created project was going to melt away into a harmless animated version of an Adam Sandler movie, but I was surprised. You will be, too.

The anger management class is run by a liberal hippie chick. Big whoop, right? But the anthropomorphic fun takes a political turn when strangers show up. They’re green pigs from another island who claim to come in peace, but Red, jaded bird that he is, doesn’t trust them. While the new visitors come preaching brotherhood and acceptance and love, they seem to be hiding just how many of themselves there are, as well as their true intentions. Then, they keep coming, and coming, and coming, ship after ship. The immigrants lull most of the birds into complacency by providing new and exciting entertainment and exotic distractions. The cultural enrichment continues, even after Red and two fellow-doubters begin to uncover the downside of immigration. The bird judge and sheriff bird turn on Red and his friends, chastising them for “making their guests uncomfortable”. The bird sheriff, by the way, looks remarkably like Angela Merkel. A group called “Hamnesty International” starts building homes for the new arrivals. Things get ugly when it’s revealed that the newcomers don’t come in peace seeking a better life after all. In fact, they’re there to steal the most obvious symbols of the birds’ futures, their very bloodline, their eggs.

Read more at the Racial Observer


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