If you’re not familiar with Pete Fletzer, here’s a bio from his website:
Pete decided to go on one of those seething frothing SJW rants on Twitter, reminiscent of unhinged crank Chuck Wendig.
Let’s examine Pete’s blatant stupidity.
In the SJW pea-brain, any complaint that they don’t like is a whine.
Here Pete responds to a point that no one is making. Not one person declared, “I am entitled to the Disney experience!” The actual entitled people in Star Wars fandoms are the uneducated SJWs who screeched demands for equal representation and gender equality for a movie franchise about wars in the stars.
Here Pete devolves into a variation of the “Lucasfilm customers are not customers” idiocy.
Who is more entitled? The entitled whiner? Or the entitled whiner who whines about entitlement?
When did criticism become defacto entitlement anyway?
Nothing says inclusivity quite like exclusivity.
Maybe we need to send Rose Tico there to give some more of her deeply stupid social justice lectures. That should fix the problem. Our good friend Pablo Hidalgo has offered a final solution for Galaxy’s Edge:
Back to Pete:
At least not until uneducated SJWs arbitrarily decide that affordable entertainment is a right. Then you’ll see all manner of raised fist logos holding up film stock in some stupid activist campaign.
Not one person claimed that Disney bought Lucasfilm for $4 Billion to turn it into a charity. Again Pete responds to a comment that no one made, in order to prove a point that doesn’t exist.
What on Earth is Pete talking about? Of course, you can complain about SJW activist screeching and then complain about high prices. Why on Earth couldn’t you?
Pete, how about if we express our opinions in any way we please, particularly since we’re going to anyway? I mean, you are fully aware that you have exactly zero authority, right, dummy?
So here Pete essentially disparages the entire profession of critics. No sense in giving movies a poor review, critics. Just move on.
What Pete doesn’t understand, is that this is no longer about Disney’s crappy simulacrum of Star Wars. Few care about the franchise itself anymore. This is now about the misbehavior of Lucasfilm representatives and their media minions.
It’s absolutely hilarious to see Pete parrot the commonplace “space wizards with laser swords” line. I wonder if he’s read the recent Nerdist Twitter thread that Rian Johnson replied to.
Pete can’t handle the heat in the kitchen when his own blatant idiocy is clearly demonstrated.