Star Trek Nerd wrote: ↑
Tue Mar 14, 2017 1:40 am
Inter- Galactic News Flash :
Famed British Shakespearean actor Patrick Stewart , who emigrated to America to find fame portraying a French Captain of an
American lead coalition of space pioneers on a futuristic starship known as the U.S.S. Enterprise , (a sure tribute to the advances of European socialism ) has found a way around around
the sacred "Prime Directive " , a non- interference lore , basic core belief , of The United Federation of Planets , which expressly
forbids the impositions or evolutions of Star Fleet values on the planet of the week being contacted .
Joining the fight on Trump justifies violating the esteemed oath in Stewarts mind , thus his announcement to become an American
citizen to effectively skirt pesky cultural boundaries that heretofore inhibited his noble quest , of assimilation and beyond .
Longtime fans of the actor note his film making alter egos , who always seemed embroiled , if not obsessed with the dissolutions
of invading entities .
The most revered Star Trek episodes of all time as voted by the fans of this American classic , dealt with Stewarts Captain Picard
being overtaken and assimilated by an alien culture , and his sheer disdain and repulsion for having been so .
This theme would be further explored in Star Trek : First Contact , also hailed by many as the best Star Trek movie to date at that time .
, where Stewart played a futuristic anti - immigrant hate monger , who could have destroyed the universe with his virulent us or them
view of the world , who was thankfully talked down by 1980's liberal Alfre Woodward .
Stewarts later works also included Moby Dick , another we can't just always get along paen between man and beast , and the later
more mature version of Stewart ,a liberal college professor in X-Men , who ran a school of super powered immigrants who he was fashioning in his own image ,
to take over the world and show that diversity was indeed our strength ,thus thwarting the bigotry of evil American politicians who
couldn't find it in their hearts to trust the invaders .
Stewarts Professor X fell short of his dream , as the call of jihad was just too much too resist , and Stewarts prized pupil just couldn't
resist the temptation to blow him to bits .
Old Klingon proverb may apwply : Krish Krush !
I think it means stop it !