Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Marlon Brando Bowed, So Will Mel Gibson

I started writing my online web log (before "blogging" came around) more than a decade ago, under the trademarks of "Occasionally Obnoxious Obviously Outspoken Opinions" and short comments under "2 Cent(ence)s Worth".

One of the "big" non-events around that time was the media-forced frenzy over the comments Marlon Brando had made about how Jews controlled Hollywood.

Now news items show that Mel Gibson made some drunken comments against Jews, which he is fast backtracking on. Even a great actor, an institution and legend in his lifetime, Marlon Brando, had to fast rewind and backtrack on what he said. This is what I had written:


Imran Anwar questions a "Higher Authority" © 1996-2004

(Issues of media influence of pro-Israeli groups continue to this day, and since then neo-Cons, most of them Zionists likeWolfowitz, Perle, etc.Loyall to Israel more than to America, have led Americans into what will be a long term globallydisastrous policy)

As if any proof was needed, the Jewish Mafia in the USA showed its true colors and power recently. Legendary movie star Marlon Brando expressed remorse for his (truthful) opinion that Hollywood is dominated by Jews. He had said that they show every minority group in a negative light but Jews are never shown as villains. I think he had the courage to express the truth, though his choice of words like nigger and kike may not have been appropriate.

This was something I had written just two days before Brando said the same thing. If someone like Brando turned to Jello, and had to backpedal so fast, one can imagine the power that groups like JDL and ADL command over the ordinary day to day working of the media and Hollywood.

We recall when Spike Lee had to spend more time defending his movie than marketing it, a few years ago, when he was accused of anti-Semitism. His crime? The movie had showed two characters who, get a load of this, LOOKED Jewish! Imagine what it would be like if someone made movies in which the criminals were always Hasidim or other Jews, instead of Blacks as criminals, and Muslims as terrorists.

One does not have to subscribe to the politics of Pat Buchanut, I mean, Buchanan, but we have all seen him get hit by the same 'Brand-'em Anti-Semitic' Media Gestapo for criticizing US' blind support of Israel. This happened when he stated, half-jokingly, and, one could argue, quite-truthfully, that the US Congress was also "Israeli Occupied Territory!"

It seems that free speech concepts apply only if someone creates "art" with the Cross of Jesus in a jar of urine, writes a filthy novel about Prophet Mohammad, drapes a toilet bowl with the Flag, or publishes 'research' showing that Blacks are mentally inferior to others. But, apparently, saying something negative, even stating a statistical and clearly known fact, about the number and control of Jews of Hollywood is unacceptable. It is worse than blasphemy.

Marlon Brando should have known that they would first Brand him (anti-Semitic) and then "make him an offer he could not refuse." It was amusing to see the JDL say they would "make his life a living hell" yet no one read anything into this threat. I can imagine the Jew York Times....errr... the NY Times staying as quiet had it been the Iranian government saying they would make someone's life a living hell.

Marlon just realized he would have to apologize to a "higher authority" than God, the Godfathers of Hollywood and the rabid rabbis of the media industry.

So, as I said about Marlon.... Passion of the Gibson will meet the (double) cross(hairs) of Jollywood... and bow down.


Spared said...

1) As far as I know, directors who happen to be of the jewish faith, as well as producers and other important figures do hold a majority in Hollywood. So, I don't quite understand what they big problem was back when Marlon said it.

With Mel, it's a whole different ball of wax. He was drunk, getting arrested and apparently belligerently addressing an officer of the law. People say stupid things when they are drunk. I once said I could balance three glasses of champagne on my nose one on top of the other. I was proven wrong.

If we have to go after Mel for having a father that denied the holocaust, then we should go after Bush's grandfather for being a Nazi sympathizer. If I had no interest in watching his movies prior, I plan on watching them all now. At the end of the day, Hollwood forgives womanizers, pedophiles and rapists. All they respect is the green.

IMRAN™ said...

GREAT comment, Joe. Marlon DID pay a price for stating a fact. I think Mel spoke his OPINION that he probably bottles up (no pun intended) and it came out when he was drunk. He should pay a price for drunk driving (I was struck by one, so have no sympathy for drunk drivers), not for saying Jews control Hollywood..... they do. And, many other things. And, Jews who deny that are doing it to keep the insidious Zionist pro-Israel lobby strong and not too visible.

As I say to Muslims who complain about Jewish control of the media (another think you can''t say and expect to be hired to visible positions in the media here), why don't the Saudi princes start movie studios or buy newspapaer chains like Jews do... instead of bitching about Jews.


Anonymous said...

Well Imran, I agree with both you and Joe in the sense that Mel Gibson was drunk when he said some stupid things, and that this is usually the case with being drunk. Honestly, I am not interested in Mel's personal views, I like some of his movies and he's a nice piece of eye candy. Just call his latest "Blow Hard" rather than "Brave heart". At least he had the courage of his convictions to produce "The Passion of Christ", (which I didn't see), I admire his efforts.

As far as taking over the mass media business- this hollywood industry doesn't seem to offer many positive business opportunities- deep pockets are needed, high competition exists. Considering the crappy movies being shown this year, what's the attraction? Seems like everyone would be better off relying on niche media, umm, like internet blogs to get their news.

Spared said...

1) Who is Joe? If I must have a name, let it be let.

2) Mel Gibson simply admits to the thoughts we all have on occasion. As pathetic, ignorant and retarded as they may be - in the end, his mindset is molded by his upbringing. Some of us don't blame alcohol for our incidious remarks.

IMRAN™ said...

Anonymous (ref. quality of movies) and spared (ref. Gibson's thoughts) make very sensible and good points. Thanks for adding to the discourse here.


PS I notice some typos in my own comment but it's too difficult to edit these without losing the order they are in.

Spared said...

No worries Imran. I don't read or author blogs to improve my grammar.

Spared said...

No worries Imran. I don't read or author blogs to improve my grammar.

Anonymous said...

Dear Mr. Gibson:

It was wonderfully generous of you to devote your talent and energy to the Catholic faith. But right now, your drunken anti-Semitic faux pas is just a plain, embarrassing headache to your fellow Catholics. Kindly proceed to your nearest Alcoholics Anonymous center and register yourself as a Lethal Weapon. Thank you!