2017 HELLywood Academy Awards

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Announcing the winners of the 2017 Academy Awards!

Best Picture – Anything produced by the CNN as their storytelling still has the masses convinced their news is anything but falsified to suit the corporate agenda of their sponsors.

Best Actor – Some will say the former president of the United States should get this, but the academy has spoken and it goes to Pope Francis.  He has brilliantly carried on the Vatican tradition of fooling the masses into thinking they’re devout Christians when they’re anything but this.  It shows in his speeches and it shows in his actions.

Best Actor in Supporting Role – Barack Obama wins this one instead of best actor because every word he said and every action he performed was to make it easier for Pope Francis to do his job.

Best Actress – Hands down, Hillary Clinton earns this one.  It takes sheer talent to fool the masses into still thinking she was worth a vote after a mass flood of evidence and scandal riddled her before the 2016 presidential campaign even started.

Best Actress in Supporting Role – This is tough because do we really consider Michelle Obama a woman or a transgender?

Best Director – George Soros is very good at people getting to do what he wants them to do.  Although his rigged machines didn’t give his team the victory he desired, he still has managed (and still manages) to dictate as much as he can behind the scenes.

Best Foreign Film – ISIS is easily the winner due to the overwhelming footage and support they’ve received by mainstream media, especially the CNN.  Some people are still convinced they’re acting on their own and not for a shadow government that has globalist agendas in mind.

Best Original Screenplay – There’s so many to choose from, but the 2016 presidential debate would have to be it.

Best Animated Feature Film – Animation is not just a cartoon.  It also involves puppetry.  Nothing says it better for 2016 than Queen Elizabeth’s Christmas Speech and the story that revolves around her so-called illness that prevented her from making a public appearance.  The truth is she was immediately placed under house arrest where she then issued a second speech that was aired by the Canadian Broadcast Corporation.  And if that’s not enough, speculations and even an admittance by herself suggests she’s not even human.  If that’s not defining animation I don’t know what is.

Best Writing Adapted Screenplay – It would have to be the rewrite of the 2016 Christmas speech by Queen Elizabeth II while under house arrest.  In a perfectly scripted manner, she did her duty.

Best Original Song – Sung by those who got themselves involved on a political level and in the most ridiculous way imaginable.  The best way to describe it would be Libtards R Us.

Best Original Music Score – Make America Great Again!  Hey, it is original and it’s so far been proven not to be just another song and dance routine.

Best Cinematography – Keep You Dumb is a brilliant masterpiece strung together by mainstream media, their corporate sponsors and all the programming extras that’s wedged between them.

Best Film Editing – The media is notorious for editing whatever they can to paint the opposite picture of the actual story that’s taking place.  They do this so they can tell what  they’re told to report to the masses as a means to spark raw emotion and all too often bad decisions made by a purposely misinformed public.

Best Visual Effects – There’s nothing like shocking footage to capture an attentive audience who will blindly fall for whatever it is they see before them without even thinking about cross-referencing the facts for it’s validity.  This one is called Visual Lies.

Best Documentary Feature – Spiritual Warfare follows the arguments existing between religious factions that have driven wedges so deep within the psyche that it won’t take anything short of a miracle to repair.

Best Costume Design – The Make America Great dress in support of Donald Trump has got to be the best outfit ever.  Although not worn until 2017 at the Grammy Awards, it counts.

Best Short Film (Animated) – Holy Fukushima!  What should be the primary focus of our governments and mainstream media, it hardly gets the mention it deserves.  Clearly the most dangerous threat to all life as we know it and it’s treated as if it’s nothing more than a minor convenience.  Very few people are aware of the dire reality of our situation.

Best Production Design – Whatever George Soros gets his hands on he succeeds.  Usually.  The 2016 election didn’t exactly go as planned, but what Soros Wants, Soros Gets.

Best Sound Mixing & Best Sound Editing -The media really knows how to sucker in a captive audience to believe not just everything they see, but what they hear also.  Edited and rigged interviews to make an end result that satisfies their corporate sponsors instead of actually reporting with honesty.

Best Makeup & Hairstyling – After observing eight years of a rather trashy looking example of a first lady, it’s refreshing to see Real Class restore grace into this role again.

Best Documentary Short Subject – Holy Fukushima gets this one due to the fact that it’s not nearly getting enough airtime.  So much focus is on Donald Trump and the protest movements funded by George Soros that it’s sickening.  Instead of the actors using the Oscars as a means to make a political statement against Trump they should be really using it as a means to raise awareness about Fukushima and that we need to do something about it before it’s too late.

Special Achievement – This goes to the Hollywood Clueless who don’t realize their antics as they go on their anti-Trump protests and other acts of defiance is only going to backfire upon them.  The support they’re giving is going to come with a price they may not have expected to pay.

I could go into all the categories, but this post has become long enough.  If you haven’t figured out by now what I think of those Hollywood goofs who think they’re something special then you never will.  Oh, they’re special alright, but not in a good way.

 

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