Sunday, December 4, 2005
This. Steven Spielberg makes a movie about the 1972 hostage situation during the Munich Olympic games and he's accused of being "too pro-Israel to make a fair movie". He doesn't show enough sympathy or the hostage takers. We need to know why they did this. Now, if he would show how evil these Jews are and that their being taken hostage was justified it would be okay. Some of you Lefties may be saying, "no where does it saying anything about the Left criticizing him". Well, I only have one thing to say about that. Get you head out of your ass. It sure ain't anyone on the Right. But I also have to go after Spielberg on something.
"I don'’t think any movie or any book or any work of art can solve the stalemate in the Middle East today. But it'’s certainly worth a try"
He thinks that a movie, by a Jew, that's sympathetic to Jews, could maybe, possibly, but not likely, perhaps lend some help to the Middle East problem? Mr. Spielberg, please refer to the above advice. They'll stop when every Jew and non-Muslim is dead.


Jake said...

It's funny, not that long ago, the right was deriding this movie as being anti-semite.