Kenya Barris is going to remake ”The Wizard of Oz.” The writer and director is determined to give us a Black nationalist version of the iconic movie, combined with a strong LGBTQ theme in his adaptation of the classic film.
He told Variety, “Now we’re going to turn a mirror on where we’re at right now and take disparate characters from the LGBTQ community, from different cultural communities and socioeconomic communities, and tell a story that reflects the world. I think this is the best time to do that.”
No doubt. Think of the possibilities!
What self-respecting woke person wouldn’t want to see, say, Dorothy Gale get it on with the Wicked Witch of the West or Scarecrow sticking it to the Tin Man? Will we see Uncle Henry, Auntie Em, and Zeke perform in a three-way “Eiffel Tower” position? Perhaps Glinda the Good is even better when she’s taking on the Munchkins en masse? Possible spoiler alert: Rumor has it The Guard, The Hunk, and Nikko might all identify as women and engage in an epic (non-cis) lesbian scene. Here’s hoping, right? And what of Toto and the Cowardly Lion? Maybe the latter could get his courage back…as he cries out in ecstasy: “Toto! Toto!” Know what I’m sayin’? Hell, yeah!
The Left destroys everything it touches. Deliberately. Sometimes slowly over time and sometimes with breathtaking speed. It must destroy families, culture, tradition, and religion to create the chaos that will cause people to tolerate—even welcome—authoritarian response and control. It will tolerate no competition and accept no deviation from its mandates. Recently, big, multinational corporations have started falling in line and espousing wokeness as if they were all owned by Michael Moore and Ibrahim Kendi.
For example, Disney has recently tried its hand at social engineering, championing everything LGBTQ at every opportunity. It recently introduced Disney+, a network geared towards adults. Perhaps it should debut a truly adult network. Disney After Dark, anyone? It could fund, produce, and release movies like Barris’s remake of “The Wizard of Oz.”