Rise of the Planet of the Apes: Koch Endorses Obama in 2012

October 1, 2011

koch“Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me TWICE, shame on ME.” said one Jew on an internet facebook group. Yes Ed is ready to be a slave to Socialism once again… he just wanted some attention first… and he wanted to kibbitz with the president about monkeys.

(NYTimes) Former Mayor Edward I. Koch, who recently used the forum of a special Congressional election to broadcast his criticism of President Obama’s Israel policy, announced in an e-mail on Tuesday that Mr. Obama’s United Nations speech opposing the Palestinians’ bid for statehood had satisfied all his concerns, and that he was now prepared to support Mr. Obama’s re-election.

…The shocking thing is the end of the article…

He declined to say what Mr. Obama had said in their interaction, but he did reveal that the president made a remark about one of the Republican presidential candidates, Gov. Rick Perry of Texas. “I won’t say what he said,” Mr. Koch said, “but I said to him: ‘Mr. President, that’s the one guy you won’t have to worry about. Jews will never vote for anyone who doesn’t believe in evolution.’ ”
Miral is in the latest Planet of the Apes film that Ed Koch likes so much…

Koch has no problems with Jew cleansing bigots like Obama (Palestine will not allow Jews to live there), but people who don’t believe in the theory that we are monkeys are a problem?As long as Ed gets attention it is all fine.

(OurTownNY) “When I was parks commissioner, I renamed the Fountain of the Planets in Flushing Meadows Corona Park the Fountain of the Planet of the Apes. Later, in an agreement with then-Borough President Claire Shulman, who had reservations about the name change, a smaller fountain was named instead for the Apes film.

The worst thing about Ed the Queen is he makes us look into his little arrogant head all the time.
…I didn’t want to go there.


Berkshire Jewish film festival to show ‘Palestinian’ propaganda movie

August 4, 2011

It’s been panned by the critics, it’s done poorly at the box office (except at the UN), but what would a ‘Jewish’ film festival be without at least one piece of ‘Palestinian’ propaganda.

On August 15 Miral dramatizes the conflict of a Palestinian girl in the wake of Arab-Israeli war.

Not exactly….
Do yourself a favor, and if you’re in the area, go to Tanglewood that night instead. I know, Tanglewood is off that night. Just go sit in the grass. Much more intellectually stimulating.
American Jewry’s minds are so open their brains are falling out….

sometimes I really have to wonder if we don’t deserve what we get.


An Open Letter to Harvey Weinstein

March 23, 2011

On the same day that a family of five were being murdered in their home in Israel, Harvey Weinstein ran a self-congratulatory promotional piece for his company’s terrorist propaganda flick, Miral. The photos stand out. The fat smirking face of Harvey Weinstein contrasted with the sleeping baby, the smiling little boys and the earnest couple who were their parents. They are all dead, and a Harvey Weinstein lives on to smirk another day. So it is with perpetrators and victims. The innocent children and the fat ugly men who profit from trafficking in the narrative of their killers.

Harvey Weinstein denounces Peter King and urges him to go watch Miral. But perhaps it is Harvey Weinstein who should drive to a small town lost in the Samarian Mountains and retrace the steps of the murderers in the name of the nationalistic mythology that movies like Miral glamorize. To fit himself through the living room window where the two terrorists entered, moving quietly in the dark, not seeing the six year old boy sleeping peacefully on the couch. That six year old boy who survived because like so many other little boys during the Holocaust, the men who were coming to murder him went right past him without seeing him. The six year old boy who was being orphaned around the same time that Harvey Weinstein and his PR people were conferring on a final draft for their Miral puff piece.
Come along Harvey, into the bedroom where a father and his three month old daughter, Hadas, were fast asleep. It can be hard to get a 3 month old baby to fall asleep. Her father must had quite a time of it that night. Babies may not have language, but they do have fears. They are afraid of the strange new world they were born into. And they need parents to comfort them and assure them that everything will be alright. That they are loved and protected. When Rabbi Fogel finally got his little baby daughter to sleep, she must have felt safe with her father there. The man who would have taught her about life. Who would have done his best to protect her. And the man whose throat was slashed in his sleep along with his child’s.
Tell me Harvey, do you know what goes through a three month old baby’s mind when her throat is being slashed? You can’t make a movie about it and you wouldn’t it if you could. Movies are complex stories. The characters change and grow. They become someone else. A three month old baby having her throat cut will never become anyone else. She is fixed in that moment of horror and pain. Dying without knowing why. Only that her parents couldn’t protect her. If you were going to make a movie about this scene, it would be about the killers. You would show their past and explain their actions. Surely an Israeli soldier stepped on their toe once or blew up their house. Stretch it out over two hours and you can justify anything. Even the knife being drawn across Hadas’ throat. That is the magic of cinema. But to three month old Hadas, there is no context. The movie of her life ended the night you were hard at work promoting yours.
Continue reading at the Sultan of Knish, AKA Daniel Greenfield


F#(% Sean Penn, Steve Buscemi and Robert De Niro Kiss Julian Schnabel’s Juden Rat Ass at the U.N.

March 18, 2011

…and screened a virulently anti-Israel film called Miral.

UN General Assembly
to screen a film

that glorifies the sister of
Adolf Hitler’s henchman
Actor Sean Penn, left,
director Julian Schnabel, left,
and actor Josh Brolin
arrive for the premiere of “Miral”
at United Nations headquarters.
–Reuters Photo/Jessica Rinaldi
Oliver Stone they are ready
for their closeup!

via dawn.com

Annie Leibovitz photographs the lazy
slug of an artist Julian Schnabel,

who glorifies terrorists in his movie

Even his penchant for wearing pajamas
all-day has become the stuff of legend.
“When you see somebody
walking down the street in pajamas,
they think that you just got out of a mental hospital.


via cbsnews.com image via brooklynpaper.com
Julian is from a
Jewish background
 
and  his mother Esta Greenberg

was president of Hadassah,
the Women’s Zionist
Organization of America, in 1948

maybe Robert wants to play the
Grand Mufti Haj Amin al-Husseini?













 


Sources said that invitations
were sent out on Thursday
afternoon for the Monday
night screening.
Members of the Israeli delegation
to the UN said the decision
to screen a feature film
in the General Assembly hall –
especially such a dramatically
pro-Palestinian and anti-Israeli film
– was a “horrible” one.
The decision seems to have
been made unilaterally by Switzerland’s
Joseph Deiss,
the General Assembly’s president.
Messages to his spokesperson
left by the Post Sunday were not returned.
On Friday morning,
Israel’s delegation to the UN
sent a letter of complaint to Deiss,
protesting his decision to host the US premiere
of Miral, Israeli spokeswoman
Karean Peretz told the Post.

In the letter, Israel’s Deputy
Permanent Representative to the
UN Haim Waxman wrote,
“We find it very troubling that the UN
has chosen to feature this film in the GA Hall.
We are not aware of any other films
with such contentious political content
that have received this kind of endorsement
from the President of the GA.”
The event, according to the Israeli delegation,
“will mark a rare occasion in which the
UN’s GA Hall is used for a movie premiere.
This is clearly
a politicized decision of the UN,
one that shows poor judgment
and a lack of evenhandedness.”

According to members
of the Israeli delegation,
various offices at the UN denied
having any knowledge
of the event beforehand,
including the office of the
Secretary General Ban Ki Moon.
His office did not respond
to the Post’s request for comment.

Waxman told the Post that Deiss,
as president of the General Assembly,
in some circumstances is independent
and therefore has the prerogative
to make decisions such as these.

Slumdog movie star turns defiant Palestinian girl?
The crappy version of Star Trek called “Voyager”
is where the actress from Slumdog Millionaire started


“But the hall of the General Assembly is not his own property,” Waxman continued. “This is the main hall of the global community and belongs to the countries of the world. Anything that happens there has to be decided with great care. We find ourselves arguing about commas here and there on every document – so how can this screening happen?

Here is the plot from Wikipedia (it’s actually based on a true story, which has been propagandized).

A chronicle of Hind Husseini’s effort to establish an orphanage in Jerusalem after the 1948 partition of Palestine and the creation of the state of Israel.
Jerusalem, 1948. On her way to work, Hind Husseini (Hiam Abbass) comes across 55 orphaned children in the street. She takes them home to give them food and shelter. Within six months, 55 had grown to almost 2,000, and the Dar Al-Tifel Institute was born.
In 1978, at the age of 7, Miral (Freida Pinto) was sent to the Institute by her father following her mother’s death. Brought up safely inside the Institute’s walls, she is naïve to the troubles that surround her. Then, in 1988, at the age of 17, she is assigned to teach at a refugee camp where she is awakened to the reality of her people’s struggle. When she falls for Hani, a political activist, she finds herself torn between the fight for the future of her people and Mama Hind’s belief that education is the road to peace.

You can probably guess to whom this movie is sympathetic….

So what’s wrong with a highly visible film that’s likely to get a lot of attention (even though it may be out of the running for an Oscar) and that shows the ‘Palestinians’ in a favorable light? Well, let’s start with Hind Husseini. Does the name sound familiar? I thought it might. She was the sister of Haj al-Amin al-Husseini, the Mufti of Jerusalem and a collaborator with Hitler. And she never apologized for that. And no, the movie isn’t going to highlight it either.
And guess where the original 55 children
in the orphanage came from?
They were survivors of what Wikipedia calls the
Deir Yassin massacre.’
(There never was a ‘massacre’ there,
but I won’t get into that now). So you can bet that
lie will be repeated.
The orphanage ended up in Sheikh Jarrah,
directly across from what
was until 2002 the ‘Palestinian’ headquarters in Jerusalem
known as Orient House.
Maybe we’ll even see the nearby Shepherd’s Hotel….
Do you all have a
sense of where this is heading?
This entire movie is one
massive slander against Israel….

But as a reminder,
I am going to show you the trailer again.
Let’s go to the videotape.





What could go wrong?

I’m seriously starting to think that Hollywood is controlled by NAZIS.  the Jews control the media meme just doesn’t make sense.  The Jews that made it are puppets on a string.
check your strings!


way to go Hollywood!  You just glorified the unrepentant sister of one of Hitler’s Goons.


An open letter to Harvey Weinstein

March 17, 2011

Daniel Greenfield writes an open letter to Harvey Weinstein, the director of the anti-Semitic and anti-Israel movie Miral, which is previewing this week in the United Nations General Assembly.

Come along Harvey, into the bedroom where a father and his three-month-old daughter, Hadas, were fast asleep. It can be hard to get a 3-month-old baby to fall asleep. Her father must had quite a time of it that night. Babies may not have language, but they do have fears. They are afraid of the strange new world they were born into. And they need parents to comfort them and assure them that everything will be all right. That they are loved and protected.

When Rabbi Fogel finally got his little baby daughter to sleep, she must have felt safe with her father there. The man who would have taught her about life. Who would have done his best to protect her. And the man whose throat was slashed in his sleep along with his child’s.

Tell me Harvey, do you know what goes through a three month old baby’s mind when her throat is being slashed? You can’t make a movie about it and you wouldn’t it if you could. Movies are complex stories. The characters change and grow. They become someone else. A three-month-old baby having her throat cut will never become anyone else. She is fixed in that moment of horror and pain. Dying without knowing why. Only that her parents couldn’t protect her.

If you were going to make a movie about this scene, it would be about the killers. You would show their past and explain their actions. Surely an Israeli soldier stepped on their toe once or blew up their house. Stretch it out over two hours and you can justify anything. Even the knife being drawn across Hadas’ throat. That is the magic of cinema. But to three-month-old Hadas, there is no context. The movie of her life ended the night you were hard at work promoting yours.

The mother had been in the bathroom while the bloody work took place. A small moment of peace while her children slept. She didn’t let them cut her throat, the way they had that of her husband and her baby daughter. Instead she fought them. They had to stab her to death.

If you ever make a movie about these particular terrorists, be sure to emphasize how hard it is to stab a mother to death. She will fight for her children. And the terrorists will have to work to kill her. You should swoop the camera down sympathetically on their sweating faces as they do the hard work of murdering her.

From there they went on to murder 11 year old Yoav who was reading in bed. Next was 3 -year-old Elad. Why stab a 3-year-old boy twice in the heart? That is the question, Harvey. I understand once. Once is certainly enough to kill any 3 year old. But twice? Maybe it was that each killer wanted a turn and a share of the glory of murdering a toddler. They had already murdered three children and their parents, but the laws of Islam can be arcane sometimes. Is it possible then that the Shaheed (the martyr) will not enter paradise unless he murders a 3 year old too?

Maybe there are more virgins waiting in paradise for each child killed. Murder a child and trade his body in for more virgins. Or maybe it is that the brave Jihadists who climb through living room windows and cut the throats of children in their sleep wanted to feel the violence of that blow. The thrill of the knife slamming home into a child’s heart. Or maybe it is that Elad’s heart was strong enough that even two adult Muslim terrorists had to stab twice to kill him.

I would like to think so.

Your article promoting Miral urges that ‘understanding the “other” requires us to step out of our comfort zones’. Step now out of your comfort zone. And understand the other. I don’t mean the murderers themselves. I think you understand them a little too well. If you didn’t understand them at all, Miral would be lying on a back shelf somewhere.

I urge you to understand your own ‘Other’, not those who kill in the name of Islamic terrorism, but those who die of it. Who die and yet refuse to give in. Who cling to their tiny patch of land, more than you would ever cling to your Connecticut estate.

Family members have released photos of the children lying in their blood, but I don’t think you will want to see them. They are too far outside your comfort zone. There is plenty of blood and gore in your movies, but this is different. These are the bodies of inconvenient children. Their deaths don’t fit into your ideological framework. You know quite well that Muslims are good people, and Jews who live on land claimed by the Muslims, are bad people. If they are murdered it is inconvenient because it retards the peace process. The process by which terrorists climb through living room windows and slash the throats of children. Until whole families are at peace.

“Unless the Palestinian narrative is finally understood and acknowledged by Israelis and their American supporters, there will never be peace in the Holy Land,” you say. As if peace were in your hands to give. But we understand the Palestinian narrative all too well. The real one and the fake one. We know the olive groves, the bulldozers and the keys. And we also know the terrorist gangs trained by Islamic fanatics and Socialist dictators to seize the land and murder its inhabitants. The gangs whom Moscow gave a nationalist gloss calling them the Palestinian people, the smirking thugs on whom President Clinton and European leaders bestowed legitimacy and billions of dollars.

If you want to know the real narrative, then put Miral on a shelf and ask where the Christians of the region have gone. Where have the Zoroastrians gone? Why are there so few left? The answer would make for a much better movie, but it is not a movie that you will ever make. It is a story of bigotry and genocide. It is an old story and a new one. You can find its oldest chapters in the Koran, along with the graves of the Jews of what is today Saudi Arabia. Its latest chapters are being written in Europe, where Jews once again flee European cities, not from men in uniforms, but in long robes. And unless that narrative is understood, there will be no peace in the Holy Land, or anywhere else.

I know that none of this will move you. Controversy is your bread and butter. The more you hear cries of pain, the more you count the cash. Miral will make you money. Just as Der Ewige Jude made money. And you will protest that there is no comparison between the two. Miral is only giving the Palestinian narrative, just as Der Ewige Jude gave the Aryan narrative. It is more subtle, I’m sure. The audiences you count on are liberal and sophisticated. They won’t be taken in by gutter propaganda.

You will dismiss this as, what you describe in your article, being, “smeared by those who insist on reducing this conflict to us vs. them.” So stand outside while Rabbi Cohen walks with his gun, a twelve year old by his side, her heart beating almost as hard as her little brother’s did when the knife came down on it, and wait while she goes inside. And then answer her this, if you truly believe in not reducing the conflict to ‘Us vs Them’ then why are you telling the story of Miral and not her story?

You have chosen a side. Our ‘Them’ is your ‘Us’. Soon that girl will leave the house again, along with her younger brothers. Three children who somehow survived. Look her over carefully. She is your ‘Other’. The story you do not want to hear. The face you do not want to see. She survived tonight. So did two of her brothers. Next time they might not. No movie is needed to tell her story. Her life is her story. Her survival a testament.

The letter is a bit long, but it’s worth it to read the whole thing.


Slumdog movie star turns defiant Palestinian girl

October 8, 2010
I suppose you wonder why this is the image I used. 
The crappy version of Star Trek called “Voyager” is
where the actress from Slumdog Millionaire started.

The Indian actress who starred in “Slumdog Millionaire” has moved from the slums of Mumbai to the squalid refugee camps of the West Bank in a new film: the story of a defiant Palestinian girl who wants to fight against Israel in a coming of age story with a Mideast twists.

“Miral” is directed by award-winning artist Julian Schnabel and has cameos by Willem Dafoe and Vanessa Redgrave.


Julian Schnabel has never made a decent film. His art is crap… it is why he gave it up. need I say anything about Vanessa Redgrave and her history? as for William Dafoe… I guess he didn’t have a second rate villain to pay the rent this month. I warned a lot of friends that Hollywood was going to try to create a Palestine Schindler’s List and sadly too many idiots were listening to Rick Sanchez and his B.S. about Jews controlling the media. We are in for a rude awakening. Islam will make it’s media… because it sells.