It wasn’t such a big shred, neither. The Wannabe-Jew-No-One-Ever-Calls-Esther-Anymore and her husband, Guy Ritchie, have strongly urged the British government to begin neutralizing nuclear waste with Kabbalah water.
Now I’m not saying the specially blessed H2O doesn’t have the possibility of some kind of healing or cleansing properties. After all, the work of Dr. Masura Emoto has proved that the molecular structure water is much influenced by human consciousness (have you seen “What the Bleep Do We Know?” yet? It’s mind-blowing, yo.) Perhaps an especially pure water could make nuclear waste palatable enough that celebrities would agree to have it dumped in their backyards.
But for Madge and Guy to go storming into the Department of Trade and Nuclear Industries announcing that they know how to save the world well, no one’s ever going to look into this option, are they? It their motivation is truly to help the planet, why associate their cartoon sensationalism to an alternative idea that will already be met with eye-rolling and dismissal? If Kabbalah’s intent is to rise above the ego, it’s obvious Madonna hasn’t bought the right book yet. The Belfast Telegraph quotes the usual massive egotism:
“I can write the greatest songs, make the most fabulous films, be a fashion icon and conquer the world. But if there isn’t a world to conquer, what’s the point?”
My Lord, she’s a lunatic. She’s sounding less Mother Teresa and more Michael Jackson everyday.