Wednesday, July 28, 2010

If you had any doubts . . .

Oliver Stone said some true things, got in trouble with the Jews, and then had to apologize (of course, the apology was not accepted). He referred to the "Jewish domination of the media", and then went into turbo-truth mode (bowdlerization fixed):
"There’s a major lobby in the United States. They are hard workers. They stay on top of every comment, the most powerful lobby in Washington. Israel has fucked up United States foreign policy for years."
This is the most true thing said by an American since Mel Gibson.

Now big Jewish media players Haim Saban and Ari Emanuel are urging CBS to drop Stone's latest series from Showtime, a network owned by CBS. Both went directly to the head of CBS, the Jew Leslie Moonves. Saban:
"Oliver Stone should be given a helping hand - indeed, a vigorous shove - into the land of forced retirement. There, in the professional wilderness where he belongs, standing on a splintered soapbox right next to Mel Gibson's, he can preach his anti-Americanism and anti-Semitism into the wind.

Anyone who works with this guy should be ashamed of himself/herself, and shouldn't share this distasteful fact with their neighbors - and especially their kids."
Saban also wants Stone's agent to drop him, just as Ari purported to drop Mel.
You can cut the irony with a knife:
"Haim Saban, Israeli-American major media mogul and major Univision stockholder, says how dare Olive Stone say Jews dominate the media, as Saban sits back at his executive desk at Saban Capital Group headquarters, picks up his phone and calls the head of CBS, Les Moonves and insists Moonves kill the Oliver Stone documentary, pronto.

Then, Saban picks up the phone and telephones Saban's partners in print media and directs them to do a story on himself picking up the phone and calling CBS to kill the Oliver Stone documentary.

Then, Saban picks up the phone and calls Oliver Stone's agent and urges his agent to drop Stone immediately, or else face Saban's wrath . . .

Less than 24hrs. later, media pundits heed Saban's call . . . "
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