Knights of the Round Table: Prelude To Axanar - A Star Trek Analogy
A fundamental difference between myself and any feminist is they don't have any plans to systematically publicly execute all the weak white men infesting Western society, which is reason enough I would have thought not to be a feminist.
In October 2017 after I had made my introductory post on my G+ profile explaining the reason the title of my series had been based on the Arthurian legends my first post afterwards was titled Excalibur - Lady of the Lake - Captain Kirk.
The opening paragraph of this post read:
"You would think after the phenomenal success of the original television series Star Trek which began in 1966 - 69 - three seasons/79 episodes - but reached pop cult status through syndication in the 70's there would be more Captain James Kirk's in this world.
Sadly, there is not".
I, then, went on to mention the symbiotic dynamics between Spock's pure logical reasoning abilities and Kirk's synthesised logical reasoning abilities.
I accompanied this post with a video depicting a brief segment of Sam Harris debating William Lane Craig where he states: “If someone doesn't value evidence, what evidence are you going to provide to prove that they should value it? If someone doesn’t value logic, what logical argument could you provide to show the importance of logic?”
I specifically selected this video of Sam Harris because he is a Jew who most informed people regard as a notorious Zionist shill due to his propensity for selective reasoning on topics such as 911 despite making grandiose statements about the value of evidence and logic.
In essence, in my first post of this series I had described the fundamental underpinnings of my Knights of the Round Table concept and how it is expected to function insofar as acceptance to the Knights of the Round Table is contingent on a person's inability to selectively reason, which is an acquired discipline very few people master even when they do possess the essential higher intellectual cognitive functionality necessary to qualify as a member of the Knights of the Round Table.
A STAR TREK ANALOGY
I have never considered myself to be a Star Trek - Trekkie - fan even though I have watched more episodes of the show and seen more movies of the franchise than I care to admit. I am the youngest and only girl of a family of three which meant I had no influence even at the best of times as to which television shows I watched as a child let alone being the youngest member of a family who were Star Trek devotees.
Needless to say, the original series - 1966/69 - for which I have watched most of the episodes first aired before I was born whilst Star Trek: Next Generation series - 1987/94 - first aired in the prime of my childhood for which I never liked as I always was of the opinion they should have changed the name of their ship from the USS Enterprise to the USS Good Ship Lollipop due to the scripts being so sickly saccharine.
Besides adoring the opening theme music to Star Trek: Voyager - 1995/01 - I personally loathed this added installment for which I have only ever watched a few episodes. I have only ever watched one episode of Star Trek: Enterprise - 2001/05 - and I have never watched any episodes of the new series Star Trek: Discovery for which I am sure I would equally loathe just as I have done with all the feature length movies of the franchise whether they be with the original cast, Next Generation cast or the new reboot series.
It therefore is somewhat ironic I should immensely like a fan production in Prelude To Axanar as there has always been something about Star Trek I've never liked which I know has had to do with the 'discovering one's humanity - repeated theme they've used in every goddamn series whether it was Spock in the original series whose mother was human making him only half Vulcan or the android Data in Next Generation or the Borg assimilated Seven of Nine as well as the hologram doctor in Voyager.
My view has always been if you are that messed up in the head you shouldn't qualify as a member of Starfleet let alone expect me to find watching the rudimentary emotional and psychological development of some fictional character engrossing viewing, especially when I observe the exact same undeveloped character traits in male Trekkie fans I'm invariably sitting alongside in real life.
The Star Trek universe as it exists typifies the mindless machinations of the simplistically weak minded Baby Boomer generation whereas Prelude To Axanar exemplifies just how more engrossing it is to watch a variation in theme that is more realistic in its portrayal of the real life antagonisms that naturally exist between peoples and cultures.
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