‘Jurassic World 2, Fallen Kingdom’

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018) - IMDb

Dinosaurs indoors–not recommended!

Just for the halibut yesterday, a soothing brain-soak, we watched Jurassic World 2: Fallen Kingdom. I mean, c’mon–these special effects are the berries.

Ah! But that’s not what I noticed yesterday. Something I hadn’t quite picked up on in earlier viewings:

The sheer and boiling lawlessness of the whole depraved enterprise.

Yes, lawlessness. An absence of law. A famine for hearing the law. An absence of obedience. We don’t actually get dinosaurs, but this is the kind of world you get when there’s no law. You get vikings, bikers, the Wild West. Concentration camps. Science labs where they study how to make diseases much worse than they naturally are. Mad Max.

And can it be we’re building such a world, as we speak? Is this what Portland, Oregon, is all about? And San Francisco. And the killing fields of Chicago and New York. And you turn on the TV nooze and they’re lying to you.

First you break God’s law, then man’s. Local laws, state and federal laws, international law. Seems to be where this age is headed.

We pray, O Lord! Thy Kingdom come. Soon, please!

 

3 comments on “‘Jurassic World 2, Fallen Kingdom’

  1. Yes, it is really a mucked up mess. No wonder so many people are so confused, depressed, anxious and wondering which way to turn. I turn to the Lord, and feel sorry for those who do not know Him

  2. Good insights, Lee. And how about the young child that was a human clone – that is lawless. I am curious how they would do a Jurassic World 3 with the dinosaurs running loose in America suburbia.

Leave a Reply