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“Tauriel isn’t only a fierce warrior; she has a softer side, too. “She will definitely have a love story,” Lilly says. “I can’t give away too much about it. It’s not a huge focus but it is there and it is important and it does drive Tauriel and her story and her actions.” Will that romance involve Orlando Bloom’s Legolas, by any chance? Lilly won’t say definitively one way or the other, but she does offer this much: “Tauriel’s relationship with Legolas is significant. They’ve known each other since they were children, and Legolas’ dad, [Elven king] Thrandruil, has a soft spot for Tauriel and sees something very special in her. So if you grow up side by side, and your dad has a very special spot in his heart for this young woman who’s a fantastic warrior, I think it’s hard not to notice her.”—Evangeline Lilly, on Tauriel (EW Weekly)
aside from being outright incorrect, there is something very wrong with the assertion that “the only time jews bring up the holocaust is when brown people bring up their oppression… it doesn’t impact their day-to-day lives,” and that is that the assertion is made by someone who is decidedly not jewish or affected at all by the holocaust.
sometimes it helps to know what you’re talking about when your larynx gets to moving. sometimes it prevents you from sounding like a complete and total idiot as well as a backwards bigot, and that’s exactly who you’ve styled yourself as the savior against.
and when someone says “hey, um, what you’re saying is nonsensical to even the most hardcore druggie,” resorting to “that’s just how you read it” is a cheap and stale move.
jews as oppressors is not a new idea. it’s not novel. it’s old, it’s tired, it’s malignant and it’s boring. the goyim that are implicated here need to get a life.