could not have been awake when she decided to review “The Life of Muhammad” that
was aired on PBS, or she might have realized that this was pure propaganda,
designed to inspire hatred against the Jewish people. Had she paid attention, she would have
realized all the lies declared against the State of Israel, and the
misinformation spewed against her people.
The film was propaganda at its worst, and is certainly a sample of
civilizational warfare. PBS was
terribly wrong to run it yet again, and the journalist exacerbated the injustice
with her review.
spread the Palestinian narrative that is meant to delegitimize the sovereign
State of Israel. It played down the
six million Jews who died at the hands of the Nazis, in order to play up their
own false victimhood. Note that the
Arabs could have had, but refused, a state of their own when the Ottoman Empire
was divided into mandates; their strategy was to usurp all the land even if they
lost the wars fought against Israel.
They have continued to refuse Israel’s willingness to negotiate a
peaceful settlement. Islamists who
follow their Qur’an are commanded never to assimilate and have peace – and this
is obvious in every country of the world to which they have
How could it be
that McNamara did not hear the hatred spewed by those interviewed, and still
praise the show! Sabri, during the
dialogue, endorsed suicide bombers, “It is legitimate, of course, as long as it
plays a role in the resistance,” as the body count increases. Islamists are responsible for 21,570
deadly terror attacks since 9/11/01.
While Israel thrives and her people strive for the welfare of all in
technological, scientific, medical and other advancements, the Palestinians have
become the leading producer of terrorists.
The Islamists have turned Africa into a continent of burning Christian
churches with their worshippers, and Sweden into the rape capital of the
convert to Islam, Green, even denounced the hero of the Republic of Turkey,
Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, who created a government and parliament to represent the
people, abolishing the horrific Islamic laws and replacing them with a secular
system, compulsory education and education for women. Considered a pioneer of national
liberation and defender of peace, Ataturk was honored by the United Nations
and UNESCO. Clearly, this film
encourages a very dangerous supremacy, Islamism, terrorism, and pure hatred of
all but their own Muslim sect.
Both the film
and the review were a disgrace. I
believe that, at the very least, McNamara, the L.A. Times, and, above all, PBS,
owe a considerable retraction to the public. Garbage belongs in a landfill, not on
After viewing the film "Elysium" I talked to the manager of AMC and
requested a refund on my tickets. I cannot defend economic fraud.
Whilst the manager opined that films can have a political bent, I stood my ground.
Elysium is a wretched propaganda piece which I endured to the end only
because I could not leave my son stranded and without a ride home from
The constant drumbeat is for a legalization of all illegal citizens so they may receive free medical care.
Matt Damon is raised by a Catholic organization with a Spanish-speaking
nun. He lives in a futuristic barrio with Spanish-speaking companions.
Non-Hispanic characters are cast in an unfavorable light.
Naturally, the illegal Hispanic nurse with a daughter dying for lack of
medical care receives an instant miracle when Elysium's software is
changed. All illegal citizens immediately receive citizenship and
shuttles with life-saving medical care are dispatched to earth. (continue reading at Tammy Swofford)
Earlier this week hubby asked me if I wanted to go see Elysium. I asked if that was "our only option", which it was. We decided not to go and sit through what I had heard was nothing but propaganda. We went on a long motorcycle ride and out to dinner instead. How refreshing.
I'm glad that Tammy took the time to sit through it to the bitter end and write about it. Life is too short and money to precious these days to waste it on liberal crap.
Shelly is the wife of David Miscavige, Tom Cruise’s “best friend” and
best man in his wedding to Katie Holmes. After going missing in late
2005, early 2006, she was seen briefly in 2007 at a funeral with
“minders” who did not allow her to talk to anyone else. When Remini
asked about her, Remini was subjected to five years of interrogations
and behavior modifications by Scientology, before she finally left them
The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed only that an investigation regarding Shelly (Michelle) Miscavige is ongoing, but a source close to TheKing of Queens actress confirms that Remini filed the report herself.
According to writer Tony Ortega‘s website, The Underground Bunker,
which focuses on the inner workings of the secretive organization,
Shelly Miscavige has not been publicly sighted in six years.
According to Ortega, Shelly Miscavige allegedly was transferred from
Scientology’s headquarters near Hemet, Calif., to a secret compound near
Lake Arrowhead in late 2005 or early 2006. The compound, known as the
Church of Spiritual Technology, reportedly houses about a dozen
Scientologists who are said to be completely cut off from the outside
world. Miscavige and his attorneys have not publicly confirmed Shelly’s
whereabouts. According to Ortega’s report, Remini questions whether
Shelly has freedom of movement or is being “punished for her own
Shockingly, Shaun Casey was also a religion advisor to the Obama campaign in 2008.
– Secretary of State John Kerry announced Wednesday the formation of
the Office of Faith-Based Community Initiatives, which will be headed by
Shaun Casey, a former religion advisor to President Barack Obama’s 2008
campaign and a liberal professor who last year touted the end of ‘civil
religion’ in the United States.
“I, frankly, am glad American civil religion is dying,” Casey said at
a discussion last year at the Center for American Progress focused on
“God and Politics” in the last presidential election.
Kerry introduced Casey as a person who cares about faith in American society.
“Over the years, I’ve come to appreciate Shaun as a deeply thoughtful
person who cares about the place of faith in our public life,” Kerry
“The Attack,” a
film by Lebanese Ziad Zoueiri, that was partially filmed in Israel and
distributed by the Cohen Media Group, was a double whammy. Not only did the film refer to a suicide
bomber’s attack on Tel Aviv citizens, killing adults and numerous children, but
it surreptitiously delivered another attack on Israel when the author referenced
the specific, mythical Jenin “massacre” of 2002 as the motivation.
Yasser Arafat’s announcement of a massacre, in Jenin,
that he described as comparable to World War II’s Nazi sieges of Leningrad
(killing 800,000) and Stalingrad (killing 1.3), The BBC and The Guardian were
the first to charge the IDF forces with horrendous carnage against the
victimized Palestinians. It was not
long before others gladly followed with condemnation of slaughter and
butchery. London’s Evening Standard
called it genocide and more correspondents jumped on the lorry with fabrications
of horrific crimes, rotting human corpses, killing fields, and mass graves. The
international media were having their proverbial field day. It is a wonder that these journalists
could pen their thoughts for all the time they spent rubbing their hands
together in glee, for here was a story that could really demonize the Jewish
state for all the world to see.
The Washington Post’s Molly Moore, also in Jenin, wrote that there was no sign
of wanton execution. Newsday’s
Edward Gargan concurred that there was no evidence of crimes to
warrant such accusations. The
Boston Globe agreed and, after several conversations with residents, related the
interview of Abdel Rahman Sa’adi, an Islamic Jihad grenade thrower, who admitted
there was a massacre of Jews, but “not of us.” The official totals from Palestinian and Israeli sources confirmed between 52
and 54 Palestinians, mostly gunmen, and 23 IDF soldiers killed in the
one British paper,
Rupert Murdoch’s The Sun, reprimanded the rest of the British media for their
it is in the Arabs’ best interests to keep the tale alive even now, eleven years
later, to reach the under-informed who never heard of ‘the massacre that never
happened.” And reviewer Stephen
Whitty of the Newark Star-Ledger shamelessly delivered a third attack by
endorsing the propaganda. I, for
one, regret having supported the film with the price of my ticket.
should mention that the 22 Islamic states banned the movie because, they said,
it did not demonize the Israelis enough.
Don't listen to the negative reviews of the new movie The Lone Ranger. Hubby and I saw the movie on Wednesday and it was thoroughly entertaining.
So what if The Lone Ranger only brought in $9.7 million while the animated Despicable Me 2 bought in $34 million. The majority of those were children and the adults they dragged with them to the theaters. Adults like to be entertained too and The Lone Ranger is entertaining.
There isn't much in the movie that resembles the original TV series, but that's a good thing. Johnny Depp as Tonto is great casting.
The producer is Jerry Bruckheimer. Bruckheimer does a great job on whatever project he commits to and The Lone Ranger is no different.
Johnny Depp apparently came up with the costume and much of the character for Tonto.
Well, we were filming 'Pirates,' and I told him we had the rights to
'The Long Ranger.' And he went off and did 'Alice,' and while he was
doing 'Alice,' he called me and said, 'I want to come see you,' "
Bruckheimer recalled. "He handed me
and it was a picture of a Native American. He had a white face on, and
he had these black lines drawn on his face, and he had a bird on his
head. I said, 'Who's this?' And he said, 'That's Tonto.' And I said,
'Who's going to play — who's the photograph of?' And he said, 'It's me.'
He created this character unbeknownst to us, and then came to us. I
sent this picture to Disney, and they got really excited about it. And
that started the road to production."
And, as Bruckheimer explained it, the character has remained largely unchained from Depp's original vision. (MTV)
The movie is funny, everyone in the audience was having a blast.
So, if you want to be entertained, forget about what is happening the the US and the world, buy a ticket and have some fun. Leave the Monsters U and Dispicable Me type movies to the adults who have no choice.
We are also looking forward to RED 2 with all the Conservative actors, interesting plot, humerous situations, and good acting, and probably no children in the audience.
"Star Trek Into Darkness" has
warped its way to a $70.6 million domestic launch from Friday to
Sunday, though it's not setting any light-speed records with a debut
that's lower than the studio's expectations.
The latest voyage of the starship Enterprise fell short of its predecessor, 2009's "Star Trek," which opened with $75.2 million.
premiering Wednesday in huge-screen IMAX theaters and expanding
Thursday to general cinemas, "Into Darkness" has pulled in $84.1
million, well below distributor Paramount's initial forecast of $100
million. The film added $40 million overseas, pushing its total to $80.5
million since it began rolling out internationally a week earlier.
The "Star Trek" sequel bumped "Iron Man 3" down to second place after two weekends on top. (continue at CBS News)
Apparently it isn't enough to reprise a great television and movie icon like Star Trek successfully and to produce a good movie, with good script, with good actors, that is makes a profit for all invovled. Wired feels the need to whine and complain because the movie lack the required LGBT promotion.
Can we not simply go watch a movie without some group whining about not being promoted enough?
Fox executives said Monday that its drama "24" is returning next May
for a limited run that will stretch into the summer. The adventure
series with Kiefer Sutherland starring as Jack Bauer ended its original
run in 2010.
Fox programming chief Kevin Reilly said creators had been thinking
about doing a movie with the original cast. But when Fox announced it
was interested in doing a big event miniseries, they realized it was the
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