Filmmaker James Cameron Backs Out of Global Warming Debate HE Organized

August 23, 2010

Multi-millionaire filmmaker James Cameron on Sunday backed out of a global warming debate that he asked for and organized.
For those that haven’t been following the recent goings on concerning Nobel Laureate Al Gore’s favorite money-making myth, an environmental summit was held this weekend in Aspen, Colorado, called AREDAY, which is short for American Renewable Energy Day.
Ahead of this conference, Cameron challenged three noted global warming skeptics to a public debate where he was going to personally “call those deniers out into the street at high noon and shoot it out with those boneheads.”

James always wins… HE ALWAYS WINS…. even when he doesn’t WIN… he spends money to WIN anyway. Ha ha ha ha ha….
as the debate approached James Cameron’s side started changing the rules.
They wanted to change their team. We agreed.
They wanted to change the format to less of a debate-to “a roundtable”. We agreed.
Then they wanted to ban our cameras from the debate. We could have access to their footage. We agreed.
Bizarrely, for a brief while, the worlds [sic] most successful film maker suggested that no cameras should be allowed-that sound only should be recorded. We agreed [sic]
Then finally James Cameron, who so publicly announced that he “wanted to call those deniers out into the street at high noon and shoot it out,” decided to ban the media from the shoot out.
He even wanted to ban the public. The debate/roundtable would only be open to those who attended the conference.
No media would be allowed and there would be no streaming on the internet. No one would be allowed to record it in any way.
We all agreed to that.
And then, yesterday, just one day before the debate, his representatives sent an email that Mr. “shoot it out ” Cameron no longer wanted to take part. The debate was cancelled.


Palestinians think they are the NAVI tribe

August 23, 2010

…Bravo says A’jad

Apparently the CGI Smurfs (also know as Smurfs 3D) is coming out in 2011 and will feature 3D animation and live actors. Expect to see White Supremacists and Ku Klux Klan doing that re-enactment. The movie is currently in pre-production phase and is set to be the first of three.

It is just a stupid movie!

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Boycotters forge Cameron and Fonda’s signatures

February 17, 2010

one thing is clear. the Palestinians really like high budget special effect movies. hey I have an idea… get Cameron to direct a Mohammed movie… lol that would really piss them off.

Director James Cameron (Avatar) and actress Jane Fonda reacted with anger after their names were attached without their permission to a letter calling for a boycott of the Tel Aviv University student film festival.

Oscar-winning filmmaker James Cameron has strongly condemned efforts to boycott Israeli artists after his name was wrongly added to one such recent petition.

“To suppress a gathering of artists, from afar, through boycott or any other means of exerting pressure, is wrong,” Cameron, whose latest movie, Avatar, recently became the highest-grossing film of all time, told The Jerusalem Post on Wednesday.
“It is ridiculous to punish artists for the actions of governments, under any circumstances,” he said. “And to ask other artists to exert political pressure on a government, no matter what one’s opinion of that government or its policies, by punishing artists, is obscene on its face.”

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Ahmadinejad discovers Avatar

February 8, 2010

Every dude with a chip on his shoulder seems to see their own struggle in this popcorn flick. I haven’t seen it myself, but everyone should know that it is dictator approved, except in China.

“Wow, dude!”, were the first words issued by Mahmoud the Mad after viewing the movie.

“It is like… like my dream come true,” he told the journalists afterward, “I always knew that the American shaitan imperialists are bad, but that bad? I mean, watch these poor Na’vi – just like we and our oil, they are protecting their Unobtanium from the Big Satan”.
“Uranium? Enrichment? What are you talking about? I am into movies now. The next movie that infidel Cameron will make is going to be under my personal supervision, and see if two of us can’t shear these capitalist sheep for $10B! Who needs uranium?” via

Chinese audiences have flocked to theaters to witness the spectacle that is James Cameron’s Avatar. Some have reportedly paid $100 for a ticket and waited in serpentine lines for hours. Its immense popularity has even prompted a local official to rename a part of the famous Yellow Mountains after the floating “Hallelujah Mountains” in the movie.

But the film’s success in China has yielded controversy. In late January, authorities from the State Administration of Radio, Film, and Television pulled the 2-D version of the movie from theaters to make way for Chinese-made biopic Confucius, starring Hong Kong movie darling Chow Yun-Fat.

China’s pursuit of hyper urbanization has uprooted city residents from their homes, often without compensation and sometimes just a piddling sum, so new and luxurious high rises can be planted. Often in cahoots with developers, the chengguan pockets kickbacks and summons the police or other henchmen to do the dirty work of people removal. In the blogosphere, commentators immediately recognized the Pandoran Na’vis as victims of involuntary eviction, and the army that descended upon their tree home a cadre of chengguan. Emblematic of the remorseless attitude of these petty officials with outsized power is an incident involving an old man threatening to jump off the roof if he was forcibly removed. To which the chengguan quipped, “Go straight to the top floor. Don’t choose the first or second.” That quote went viral and was selected by China Daily as one of the top 10 quotes of 2009.

It is just a stupid movie!

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