Tilda Swinton does Electronic Intifadah

November 3, 2011
(h/t Israelly Cool) The red, green, black and white scarf, made by eccentric British fashion designer Bella Freud (the anti-Israel great granddaughter of Sigmund Freud – Aussie Dave) features a Palestinian flag and the word “Palestine” along with an image depicting a key, the symbol of Palestinian refugees. Vogue: Asma al-Assad wasn’t enough? It isn’t the first time that Tilda did something that made me suspect that she had anger towards Jews. I can’t put my finger on it… I can’t prove it… but it is there.

New York Times goes White Supremacist at the Oscars in 2008 with Tilda Swinton

February 27, 2008

this was found in the NYTIMES :

….Ms. Swinton, a consistently brilliant actress, seemed more like an ancient Druid than a movie star.
“It was a huge victory for the Celts,” she said, cradling her statue at the Governors Ball after the ceremony. “Spain, France, England, we all served as a reminder that it was Europeans that invented Hollywood in the first place.”

….er what the fuck?

this quote was taken from

…and look the NYTimes is nearly out of business. unrelated issue but…

maybe the people can smell the lies after all. It is as if the emperor had no clothes when it came to FED and loans, but who was telling us that we could afford to pay for people’s loans?


Not sure how it came to this so fast, but the New York Times (NYT) is approaching the point where it will have to manage its business primarily to conserve cash and avoid defaulting on its debt. This situation will only get worse as advertising revenue continues to fall, and it will be very serious by early next year.

The company has only $46 million of cash. It appears to be burning more than it is taking in–and plugging the hole with debt. Specifically, it is funding operations by rolling over short-term loans–the kind that banks worldwide are cancelling or making prohibitively expensive to save their own skins:

At the end of the quarter, cash and cash equivalents were approximately $46 million and total debt was approximately $1.1 billion. The Company’s current source of short-term funding is its revolving credit agreements under which it had approximately $398 million in borrowings outstanding at the end of the quarter.