Monday, May 3, 2010

No Courage In the Entertainment Community

This American Thinker article brings to light the double standard and cowardice of the leftist entertainment industry when it comes to militant Islam.
When the creators of South Park were threatened, the industry did not come out in their defense.
You might assume this has something to do with South Park's predilection for skewering celebrities, but that isn't the reason.
When the producer of the lucrative "Halloween" movies, Moustapha Akka was killed in a terrorist attack, no tributes followed and none of the people who found success through his movies publically condemned his killers.
When Theo van Gogh was killed, the same deafening silence issued from the industry.

They did manage to get an Oscar nod for Hitler's propagandist Leni Reifenstahl.
How brave and patriotic!

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