Former Black Bond Girl Blasts New Improved Black Feminist 007 By James Reed
We have reported on the politically correct drive to replace 007 with a Black female in the Bond 25 movie. The utterly awful Daniel Craig will still play Bond, but the 007 licence to diversify is given to a Black lady. Many are unhappy about what is being done to Bond, including the first Black Bond girl, so let the white bleeders, bleed about this:
“It was bombshell news that left James Bond fans shaken and stirred - a woman will take over the famous 007 code name in the next movie. British star Lashana Lynch will be given Bond's licence to kill in the 25th movie in the franchise, currently being shot in Italy and the UK. It soon became clear, however, that Lynch won't actually be the new Bond, but a new character who takes over his secret agent number after he leaves MI6. But regardless, the decision to give 007 to a woman has divided hardcore fans, and the first black Bond girl to grace the silver screen is most certainly not happy. Trina Parks says she is against the potential plot twist - insisting the Bond movies have already done huge amounts for Hollywood diversity, she said in an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV. Parks famously made history as the first black Bond girl appearing in Diamonds Are Forever as assassin Thumper alongside Sean Connery in 1971. Speaking from her New York home, the 72-year-old actress said: 'Lashana is a great actress, but I don't really agree with her becoming 007. It is not about her color, but just because Bond, the spy code-named 007, was written by Ian Fleming as a man.'”
I must agree with “Thumper,” about this, but she has missed the point, that today, once a certain threshold of profit is ensured, it is time to use the media of film, music, whatever, as part of the cultural wars. It is just business as usual today. Clearly economic text books need to reflex this new reality, that maximisation of profit is no longer the core role of business, but taking down northern Europeans, and the West, is. Nobody can force us to pay to see these movies, and in general modern popular culture is toxic anyway, and there are far better things to occupy our time. Bond was good in the day, but so was much else. But those days have gone. We need to embrace threw harsh new realities.