Why classify this as a girl power movie? Thoughts on the story based on the trailer: a woman (and by extension all women, since she is the only female character and the other characters are males) is portrayed as the communicator and the peacemaker, seeking to avoid war, while the men are belligerent towards each other and to the alien. Maybe the movie is not so dishonest as to make the cause of the (potential) conflict superficial, hatred based on just physical appearances alone (both other humans and the aliens).
Just found out today that Vivian 黎瑞恩 was divorced from her husband; has two tumors but I don't know how she is doing now. Thought she would have an easy life as 師奶, but apparently her husband was having an affair. She is currently (?) one of the hosts of TalkSoul.
Do they expect the internet to remain a neutral means of communication available to all those with the capability to use it, or will it be policed in the future in accordance with their liberalism and cultural Marxism?
A few of the union songs are examples of Christianity/religion subverted for jingoistic nationalism. Apparently the notion of American federalism had been lost from the understanding of many, such as Stephen Foster, and that probably wasn't the fault of non-British immigrants.
Not included in the list, that song by Major James Randolph, written after the war, I believe:
"The couple said their goals in donating their funds would focus on “advancing human potential and promoting equality,” and would consist of several long-term investments made in areas such as health and education, while at the same time working to decrease inequality and use technology to bring about positive change."
Did the pope criticize their leftist SJW positions? If it is not appropriate to do so with those who are not Christian, then why bother to meet with him? Is the pope merely a celebrity or a political figure?