Skip to comments.The Silence of Hollywood in the Face of Murderous Jihadis
Posted on 05/03/2010 11:38:58 AM PDT by Trafalgar123
The street vendor in Times Square's theater district who called the cops about an explosive-laden SUV had a message for New Yorkers: "If you see something, say something." But for normally talkative entertainment professionals -actors, directors, writers, producers - the watchword continues to be, "If you see something, shut up."
Avert your eyes from the death threats against South Park's creators, when their home addresses are published on the web, along with a photo of slaughtered Dutch filmmaker Theo Van Gogh. Refrain from issuing a statement of solidarity, either individually or through your union. Zip your lips when Comedy Central immediately caves to the jihadist demands and censors the episode. Why make a big deal about it? It's not a life-or-death issue like, say, standing up for the right of child rapist Roman Polanski to go free.
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The Duke wouldn't make it in today's Hollyweird,because THIS is Hollyweird's idea of what a cowboy is these days....
I can't access p-bucket here at work, but let me guess: Brokeback Mountain?
Back in the ‘80s, some movies showed muslims in their typical terror role. No more, though. The enemy knows that there’s quite a large segment of our society that can be rather easily intimidated with a death threat.
My dear sir,
Hollywoodians are cowards.
The makers of 2012 said the reason there were no scenes of the Kaaba in their flick was because of their fear of jihadi reprisals.
and they WON’T say anything because Hollywood is in bed with obowmao- wouldn’t that be cute if o’clueless wanted to regulate them,their salaries,and the MSM & salaries... nah...........would never happen
Anybody ever considered that Hollyweirders may support jihadis? I am still surprised that they have not converted to Islam.
As usual, its about money. Think of what Hollyweird would have been like if the Nazis or Imperial Japanese had heavily invested there.
Hollyweird producers get some of their capitalization from wealthy Arabs who would not take kindly to the evil nature of their religion being exposed and exploited in entertainment.
It is also about overseas sales; some Euroweenie government might ban their movies because of their “provactive” and “hateful” content.
provocative, I meant.
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