Zippo Marx


  • Robin Aaron Bright Hull University Alumni



Zippo, shoes, Jews


Goddesses, like Norse Hel, signify love for women, and between women, because `woman`s seed` is the `seed` of Eve represented by Jesus, who was tortured to death by the Romans as a `dissident` Jewish rabbi nailed to a cross of wood on the hill of Calvary outside the city of Jerusalem in occupied Palestine and left there until he died. Jesus` Resurrection and Ascension to heaven thereafter prefigured that of `woman`s seed`, which is why his mother, the Virgin Mary, approaches to the role of goddess in Christianity, because women who`re loved appear to be worshipped as goddesses by those who don`t love women. So God specifically punishes Eve and Adam for accepting that they`ll be `as gods`, because Eve is Adam`s `goddess`, who he`s to love in order to be redeemed through `woman`s seed`, and the birth of human brainpower to liberate the species from host womb slavery in parasitism, which wants ephemerality for humans in order to keep them as slaves without labor saving technologies conferring freedom.


Marx, G. (1932) as Professor Quincy Adams Wagstaff, Horse Feathers, Paramount Pictures

Marx, H. (1949) as Harpo, Love Happy, United Artists

Marx, K. (1867) Das Kapital, Vo. 1, `The Genesis of The Industrial Capitalist`, Ch. 31




How to Cite

Bright, R. A. (2017). Zippo Marx. CINEJ Cinema Journal, 6(1), 71–83.