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Pissing on the Cross is now entertainment: Netflix series Sense8 is an orgy of imagery attacking Christianity... riding the damnation bus... nun sex fetishes and more (WARNING: GRAPHIC)


(NaturalNews) Netflix has just launched an exclusive new series called "Sense8" written by the Wachowskis. As I'm a Netflix subscriber (or at least I was before this), I thought I'd check out the series because I'm a fan of The Matrix, also written by the Wachowskis. (WARNING: GRAPHIC images to follow...)

Sense8 is nothing like The Matrix. It's an in-your-face assault on the senses and an aggressive pushing of suicide violence, emasculated males and anti-Christian symbolism interwoven with LGBT symbols peppered throughout the episode. I don't often comment on movies and TV programming, but this series seemed so over-the-top that I decided to ask Natural News readers for your opinions on the show.

What do YOU think about the images shown here from Sense8? Is this the "new normal" for America? Is it an assault on Christianity? Is this the pushing of an agenda in your face? Is it just senseless entertainment that doesn't mean anything?

Sound off in the comments below, after reviewing the images shown here from episode one. I'll describe these images as best I can. Some are partially censored to avoid depicting pornography:

Rife with anti-Christian symbolism

In one scene, a man walks by a church bearing a large tattoo on the back of his head.

If you look closely, the tattoo shows a woman who looks like she might be a religious persona (possibly the Blessed Virgin Mary or another important figure), with a head scarf and a yellow crown with writing that's difficult to make out. But instead of the usual yellow sun rays and halos of religious figures, this woman's head is surrounded by rays of black thorns and she's carrying an AR-15 rifle while cuddling a small figure on her right shoulder that looks like a gargoyle or demon.

The man with the tattoo walks by a church, and the Christian cross symbol is abundantly visible on the right side of the frame, disguised as a road sign:

In another scene, a key character in the show urinates on the grave of his father while an augmented cross symbol is placed directly between his legs. The message is clear: He's pissing on "his Father" and the Church at the same time:

Another key character in the Netflix series owns a transportation van called "Van Damn" and emblazoned with the fires of Hell. The message? Get on board the damnation van and ride your way to Hell:

Notice the man is also holding the number 8 on a card as he stands in the doorway of the Van Damn bus? Biblical scholars will tell you that the Church calls for worshipping God on the "8th Day of the week," which is sometimes called the "Lord's Day." Read an explanation here.

So this scene, in other words, shows a man riding the bus to damnation while holding the numerical symbol of the day of worship as recognized in present-day Christianity. (And no, I have no idea how Sunday could be the 8th day of the week when a week only have seven days... Then again, the Gregorian calendar isn't the only calendar humanity has ever used, right?)

Casual use of hard drugs -- far beyond weed -- is a common theme throughout the show, with characters lighting up and inhaling pipes of who-knows-what:

Later in the episode, the show features an actress dressed like a nun getting turned on by the spontaneous wood of a male actor. As this frame shows, she becomes fascinated by his erection and suggests "taking care of it" for the man, all while dressed like a nun. To his credit, the man declines the offer, saying his "heart belongs to another." (It's one of the very few examples of moral decision making in the episode.)

While Christianity is relentlessly pissed on throughout the episode, other religions such as Hinduism are treated with reverence. In this scene, a character living in India gives thanks to her Hindu gods:

The message in this film? Christianity should be pissed on, but it's okay to worship other religious. (No doubt Islam will be celebrated later on in the series...)

Suicide is also promoted in the show, where a key character -- portrayed as a ghostly wraith -- puts a revolver in her mouth and pulls the trigger:

On-screen pornography turns Netflix into Netf###s

With Sense8, Netflix is essentially broadcasting pornography. One lesbian sex scene, shown here, depicts two characters banging away with the help of a strap-on. It's a very graphic scene, leaving little to the imagination:

After the lesbian sex scene mentioned above, the characters throw a rainbow-colored male sex toy to the ground, discarding it with an attitude of seeming disgust:

The series features a recurring message of role reversals, where the macho characters are all lesbian females, while the biological males in the show are depicted as effeminate individuals literally wearing fairy costumes and frolicking around for no apparent reason:

Another scene of the episode features a "man ballet" of four men doing what used to be called "the train":

In this scene, one of the lesbian sex partners is now sporting rainbow leggings and threatening to punch another woman in her face. All the macho strength in this series comes from lesbian women who are willing to fight for their partners. This act of verbal defense is so hard-hitting that it moves the other female partner to tears, saying "Nobody ever stood up for me before..."

Yep, this is broadcast by Netflix: What's your take on all this?

I'm seriously wondering what Natural News readers will think about all this. Is this all just some weird crack-induced sequence of bizarre visions by the Wachowskis, or are they deliberately pushing an agenda with carefully placed imagery and messages?

Right now, the mainstream media is aggressively attacking Pam Geller over her "inappropriate" depictions of the Prophet Muhammad. President Obama is on the record saying it's wrong to make fun of other people's religions... and yet we repeatedly see across the entertainment industry today what appears to be a deliberate series of attacks on Christianity. Personally, I'm not entirely thrilled with certain aspects of organized religion, but these repeated Hollywood attacks on Christianity seem to be extreme, intolerant and vindictive. It's precisely the kind of insidious war of vile hatred that once targeted gays in America... only now it's been reversed and Christians are the new hated class.

Netflix no more: Why I've cancelled my account

Personally, I've seen enough to know this is not the kind of "entertainment" I wish to support. As of today, I've cancelled my Netflix account. I just can't, in good conscience, financially support a corporation that's subjecting children and teens to that sort of programming. So like many other people, I've made a free choice decision to "change the channel" and stop subjecting my psyche to this sort of unhealthy programming, too. Netflix no more!

Here's my question to you: Is that an overreaction? Am I taking this too seriously? Maybe this show is just a collection of fleeting, drug-induced brain trips by the writers, and maybe it means nothing. But then again, if you know anything about the Matrix, you know that the Wachowskis don't "accidentally" invoke powerful symbolism in their movies. It's all placed there on purpose.

Sound off in the comment section below, and tell me if you think I'm overreacting or right on the mark. Have YOU seen the episode? What did YOU think about it? (I hate the fact that I'm giving this show free publicity by even talking about it, but if you haven't watched Netflix recently, you need to know this is the kind of stuff they're broadcasting.)

If you wish, you can also sound off with Netflix at this help page, which offers a live chat and call-in phone number. If you wish to cancel your Netflix account, make sure you tell the chat operator that you are specifically cancelling your Netflix account because of Sense8. I think Netflix could do a whole lot better than Sense8 and its weird, distorted projection of the minds of writers who have clearly done WAYYYY too many hard drugs.

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