Anthony Bourdain #3
By Michael Moriarty
The Progressively Liberal but ultimately suicidal Anthony Bourdain’s portrait of Mexico, in his television series on Parts Unknown, is Donald Trump’s best defense for his Presidency’s unnecessarily controversial “Wall” between the United States and Mexico.
President Trump knows Mexico in the same way his political opposition, such as Anthony Bourdain, admit to knowing Mexico!
Therefore, there is something increasingly similar between not only Anthony Bourdain’s suicide, but also his Leftist philosophy’s desire to, in essence, destroy the United States of America by erasing boundaries between nations for the sake of an increasingly delusional fantasy: A Progressive New World Order Under The United Nations.
In this episode, he admits to knowing how drugs, largely delivered through the Mexican border, are eating away at his own homeland’s health and strength, yet, as a former cocaine addict himself, fully aware, in his program’s episode on Mexico’s corruption, totally informed of what amounts to American suicide via the porous border between Mexico and the United States?! He and his CNN, Liberal Left following want the border open!!
As he himself committed suicide, Mr. Bourdain feels, or rather felt, utterly justified in espousing Leftist Liberal policies that mean the very end of his own nation, the United States of America.
In short, he wants to inflict on his own, infinitely important homeland, the United States of America, the same despairing suicide that he himself inevitably suffered from.
In my opinion?
A well-known and boldly self-confessed atheist, Anthony Boirdain recognized no god but himself.
How, on the other hand, could he, as an obviously brilliant and gifted journalist in his own right, paint the picture of Mexico that he does, yet still prescribe suicide for himself and his fellow countrymen?!
He’d rather despair of himself and life in general than change either his philosophy nor the frightening depths of his self-delusion.
This, however, is only half of the Mexico program’s length,
The second half starts with Mexico’s sister/brother drink to Tequila: Mescal!
Meanwhile, the program leads from theme of corruption to Mescal to eventually: REVOLUTION!
There is a rather revolutionary religion in Mexico now: The Church of Santa Muerte.
In the end, it appears that Santa Muerte is the only saint that Anthony Bourdain worshipped in his life.
A saint of Death and her disciple.
Very, very sad.
Their only god: Death!
In the case of Anthony Bourdain, tragic.
Michael Moriarty is a Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actor who starred in the landmark television series Law and Order from 1990 to 1994. His recent film and TV credits include The Yellow Wallpaper, 12 Hours to Live, Santa Baby and Deadly Skies. Contact Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org. He can be found on Twitter at https://twitter.com/@MGMoriarty.