So the X-Files is back. I was excited. Seriously, if I could get a 2016 version of Mister Ed, then the new X-Files will just have to do. And the new show comes with a whole fresh retinue of monsters. Take, for example, the plastic surgery mishap of Dana Skully, who appears like the kid from Mask’s big sister. We’ve also learned that Agent Molder, was apparently so shell-shocked from the earlier series and two-yaaaaawwwwnnnn- movies that he now has to wear a hair piece. Maybe the biggest monster is the writing, and a plot line that is straight out of an Alex Jones acid trip, replete with paranoid conspiracy delusions about aliens being behind a global, aka Liberal, cabal of global warming elitists bent on world domination. Sounds like practically everything we’ve hear from FOX News regarding Barack Obama.
In the final scene of the series’ first episode Agent Skully reveals she was impregnated by aliens. Since this is a fictional version of the daily FOX News hysteria of the moment a question came to mind. If aliens are impregnating women and those women want to have an abortion, would the anti-choice movement be against those abortions? When they say every life is sacred, except of course Mexican and Black babies-Asian babies are great for adoption-Iraqi and Muslim babies, does that mean alien spawns are also sacred and deserve every consideration? Or is it just human babies? Or American babies, because the Bible was written in English, the language of God.
WC Turck is the author of more than a dozen books. He is an artist, critically acclaimed playwright and talk radio host in Chicago. He has been called the most dangerous voice on the Left. His latest book “<em><strong>A Tragic Fate:</strong> is an unflinching look at the events leading up to the shooting down of Malaysia Air Flight 17</em>.” His first novel, “<strong>Broken</strong>” was recommended by NAMI for its treatment of PTSD. In 2006 he published “<strong>Everything for Love</strong>,” a memoir of his experiences during the siege of Sarajevo. He wrote and produced two critically acclaimed plays, “<strong>Occupy my Heart</strong>” and “<strong>The People’s Republic of Edward Snowden</strong>.” He works with the homeless and foreclosure victims in Chicago. He hosts “<strong>Helter Skelter</strong>” a weekly radio show dedicated to issues, society and politics on Que4 radio in Chicago. he is also an organizing board member of Chicago’s only community radio station dedicated to supporting diversity in media. Turck also hosted Revolution and Beer, with co-host Brian Murray, a weekly TV and radio show. He has been featured on radio, television and newpapers across the country, including The Thom Hartmann Show, WLS, WCPT, The Grant Cordone program, NPR, the Chicago Tribune and more. Turck also has nearly two decades experience in the airline industry, working for both Lufthansa and United Airlines. He is also an expert in Balkan and European History, Nationalism, PTSD and Issues of Genocide and Racism. For more information, past shows, videos and articles, visit http://www.wcturckhelterskelter.wordpress.com</em>