|The top image is the real Aldridge mansion in Boston, the middle image is Gertrude Aldridge as she was in life, and then what she turns into in the bottom image. (We'll discuss the blue color around her below). Let's talk about the tour guide Zach. He informs the people on the tour that the house had every luxury available at the time, including an "anti-Irish fence." Why on earth would that be included? It's obviously ridiculous that a fence could keep out just people who come from Ireland or have Irish ancestry, and yet this is what people who are pro-amnesty think people who want a fence/wall built between the US and Mexico are saying: we want a fence to keep out Mexicans. It's not about keeping out Mexicans, it's about keeping out everyone who wants to enter this country without a proper background check to insure they aren't terrorists are trying to commit evil and foul deeds in this country. Then the tour guide talks about how Mr. Aldridge locked Gertrude in the basement and wouldn't let her out. This is a reference to a feminists complaint in academia referred to as "The Madwoman In the Attic" syndrome (which is also the title of a feminist work of literary criticism; no, it doesn't matter that Gertrude was locked up in the basement instead of the attic, because the basement is still considered a "marginalized" area of the house that isn't a livable area like the rest of the home). So Gertrude stands as a woman who has been wronged, even as she has been accused of murdering the servants (meaning, Mr. Aldridge murdered the servants but blamed Gertrude and then locked her up so she couldn't prove her innocence, because that's what terrible men do to women, or Gertrude had some kind of condition and, rather than understanding what she had, they condemned her to being locked away from society forever). So, this story of Gertrude (minus the slaughtering of the servants) is exactly what feminists today would cling onto as a "ghost from the past" of female oppression. The tour guide, Zach, is also a sign of bad capitalism when we later see him pick up the trick candlestick that he used for a haunting effect while on the tour guide (we see similar tricks employed in the trailer for Ouija: Origin of Evil, so there is fraudulence and deception). What happens next is something we should be expecting: Zach the white male tour guide gets locked up in the basement and nearly dies; why? Because he's a white heterosexual male (we don't have any reason to believe he is gay). We have seen countless white men be condemned for being the "power holders" in American society (please see Valak: The Conjuring 2 and the Demonizing Of White Men for more). So, you can imagine that, as I am sitting there and watching all of this, I am confident it's going to be a pro-socialist film, not a film which is going to, instead, posit that socialism is the very cause of these hauntings and the ruin of the country.|
|I couldn't find an image of the film's villain, Rowan North (Neil Casey), but these are two of the forms he takes after he has electrocuted himself. Why does he posses Kevin (Hemsworth)? Because he is a white male. Yes, North was also a white male, but not a white male who was noticed. When Rowan refers to Kevin as an "upgrade," it's not just the better physique he's acquired (through theft, Rowan didn't want to do the work to build up his own body when he was alive, but he's perfectly happy to "take" and "possess" (like a house) the body of someone else) Rowan is also talking about a job promotion, up from a janitor at the hotel to a receptionist at a business. Rowan is a common bully, and like so many others, he has turned to socialism so he can "legitimately" bully those he believes has bullied him. Further, Rowan North makes Kevin do things he normally wouldn't do, which makes the destruction in NYC look like Kevin--a white heterosexual male--did it. Why, after abandoning Kevin's body, does Rowan choose the company's logo? Because it's the company's logo, and this is the specter of socialism (yes, just like the Bond film Spectre, because Rowan is a bully who commits all this evil just to get back at those he thinks hurt him). Socialism hates privately owned business, so by destroying the city, Rowan makes business look like the ones who destroyed NYC, especially a business made up of four women who went out on their own and risked everything they had to do it. Please note, however, that there is a small detail Rowan added of his own: the red bow tie which isn't a part of the company's logo. We know that red is the color of blood, because we either love something/someone so much, we will spill our red blood to save it, or we hate something/someone so much, we will spill their red blood to avenge our wrath; Rowan is obviously wrathful against NYC, and so, because the neck symbolizes that by which we are led in life, Rowan is being led by his anger to do this, no greater altruistic statement or purpose, just anger, even though the bow tie makes him look more civilized as he does it. Lastly, the name "Rowan North" might have different meanings, but it sounds like "rowing north," as to Canada, or the Nordic countries, where there is socialism.|
A Controlled Dive: Independence Day for more). On the other side, films such as Warcraft, Devil's Due and John Carter link liberals and socialism directly to Satanism. And now, there is another film linking socialists and liberals to Satan.
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