How George Lucas Killed My Childhood

Posted on December 4, 2013 10:00 pm

[High Praise! to NRO and Transterrestrial Musings]

In “Phantom Menace” you learn that the much-beloved Jedi order is merely a bunch of glorified, emotionless U.N. Peacekeepers, lopping off heads with rainbow-colored lightsabers to defeat any system’s self-determination and maintain a galactic bureaucracy that makes the Obama administration seem minarchist by comparison.

I’ll take the Sith. I’ll take the cool red lightsaber.

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4 Responses to “How George Lucas Killed My Childhood”

  1. Oppo says:

    No, you do not understand. {heavy, deep breath} George Lucas *is* your childhood!

  2. Professor Hale says:

    After watching parts one two and three you do begin to wonder why anyone would care who is in charge of the galaxy. And one Jedi seems unbeatable by an army of robots, but an army of Jedi falls like autumn leaves before an army of older robots. And the wise Jedi counsel has no clue what is going on and ends up fighting both sides against themselves.

  3. AwesometificAmerican says:

    I really don’t look at is him trying to kill my childhood. He really cant do that. However I do beleive he is ruining my children’s childhood.

  4. rodney dill says:

    …and Marvel’s SHIELD is much the same as the Jedi Order.

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