Friday, September 29, 2006

Yo-Ho, Yo-Ho! A Zionist's Life for Me!

I thought these 2 translations recently posted on the MEMRI website were worth noting, because it gives some insight for what passes as "news" in the media in Iran, and makes some very nonsensical assertions-like the remark about Fahrenheit 911- (what the hell?)...and, primarily, it gives me a reason to put up a Johnny Depp pic.
The first is from a clip from Tehran TV News broadcast this past July:

"The hot news of cinema circles worldwide is: The Pirates of the Caribbean attack the silver screen. The example of Pirates of the Caribbean - Hollywood's latest effort to gain control - is all the more striking if we bear in mind the name of its producer: the Walt Disney company. Disney and its productions have been associated, more than anything, with the Zionist lobby in Hollywood. In 1995, when the pro-Zionist Jews were 2.5% of America's population, they made up 7.7% of Disney's board of directors. This clearly influences the content of this large company's productions, as well as its policies and guidelines. The Aladdin animated film series is one example of Disney creations that present Arabs in a negative light.

"In 2004, Disney supported the Bush administration's expansionist policies, and refrained from screening the film Fahrenheit 9/11, which harshly criticized Bush's policy in attacking Iraq. This film, which won the Palme d'Or award at the Cannes film festival, became the bestselling documentary in the history of the film industry. Disney's move brought it nothing but disgrace.

"In any event, Zionism is not restricted to the capitalistic weapons companies, such as Lockheed and the banks that support it. Cinema is considered another, subtle, weapon in the hands of those who support this corrupt ideology. In Hollywood, Disney is the manufacturer of this weapon, and Pirates of the Caribbean is its newest ammunition. .."

OK, I'll grant 'em the Aladdin slam, even though I thought casting Gilbert Gottfried as the voice of parrot was brilliant. But taking modern mythology and warm fuzzy-ing it to death is S.O.P. for Disney- ask any Indian what they think of the Disney version of "Pocahantas".
Hmmm, letsee...undead monkeys, gratutious grog and rum consumption, cannibals, cross dressing, over the top sword play, voodoo queens, plot holes you could drive a bus through-but really don't care, grosteque unworldly characters and a honkingly huge monster squid that consumes ships whole...oh, and Johnny Depp...yep, P.O.T.C is most certainly Zionist brain washing at it's best. Personally, I think they're just mad that their culture can't produce such whoppingly good and entertaining escapist films like that.

Now, onto some majorly disgusting reaching for straws-via a "film scholar". This was some comments he made in a lecture back in February of this year. What's so insane about this, is that Tom & Jerry was made by MGM connection whatsoever to Disney Studios! And yet he clearly asserts that it was a creation of Disney. Asking any American kid or a quick Google would have made that clear. Their academia is just as bad at fact checking as our press! Oh well, all them Zionist look the same to them, I reckon. And I have it on good authority that Mickey and Jerry were pretty tight at one time.
Note the careful CYA about Halocaust denial.
What's with Tom & Jerry becoming the punching bag for idelogical id'jets lately anyway? First the anti-smoking nannies demanded any images of smoking be edited from the old cartoons and now this bit of utter sick fantasy.
Another thing that amused me was that I didn't know there was a Farsi phrase for kicking one's, can you say that on Iranian TV?

"There is a cartoon that children like. They like it very much, and so do adults - Tom and Jerry."
"Some say that this creation by Walt Disney [sic] will be remembered forever. The Jewish Walt Disney Company gained international fame with this cartoon. It is still shown throughout the world. This cartoon maintains its status because of the cute antics of the cat and mouse - especially the mouse.

"Some say that the main reason for making this very appealing cartoon was to erase a certain derogatory term that was prevalent in Europe."

"If you study European history, you will see who was the main power to hoard money and wealth in the 19th century. In most cases, it is the Jews. Perhaps that was one of the reasons which caused Hitler to begin the anti-Semitic trend, and then the extensive propaganda about the crematoria began... Some of this is true. We do not deny all of it.

"Watch Schindler's List. Every Jew was forced to wear a yellow star on his clothing. The Jews were degraded and termed 'dirty mice.' Tom and Jerry was made in order to change the Europeans' perception of mice. One of terms used was 'dirty mice.'

Tom and Jerry was made in order to display the exact opposite image. If you happen to watch this cartoon tomorrow, bear in mind the points I have just raised, and watch it from this perspective. The mouse is very clever and smart. Everything he does is so cute. He kicks the poor cat's ass. Yet this cruelty does not make you despise the mouse. He looks so nice, and he is so clever... This is exactly why some say it was meant to erase this image of mice from the minds of European children, and to show that the mouse is not dirty and has these traits. "

Just un-friggin'-believeable!


Anonymous Kathy said...

See? I knew I liked Johnny for some reason! Well, that and the gratuitious grog and rum consumption.

9/29/2006 10:47 AM  
Blogger Fish said...

Not to mention the actions of that beep-beep bird against the poor coyote (a Muslim name for something I'm sure) filmed by the Zionist Disney studios called Warner Brothers.

9/30/2006 8:32 AM  
Blogger white trash republican said...

That's right, Fish.
Coyote could represent the nomadic desert people constantly being thwarted and held down by the actions of the swifter, always in a hurry American infidel roadrunner who revels in the coyotes misery!

See?...We can do it, too.
: )
Now that's scarey!

9/30/2006 8:59 AM  

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