George Clooney;Just Another Whore in the Capitalist Gang-Bang

by Scott Creighton

Dear George Clooney: “Corporate fucking shill, you’re another whore in the capitalist gang-bang

No matter what the cause, no matter what the product, if you want someone to help you sell it, for the right amount of cash George Clooney will lease you his signature ever condescending, holier-than-thou trademark personage cult of personality. He’s just a whore serving globalist agendas on a daily basis because quite frankly it probably pays better than working for a living and if you have any questions about that, just check out the Clinton Global Initiative.

Georgie boy doesn’t seem to have met a product or a multinational company he won’t shill for if the price is right. He leases his name to institutions like: DnR NOR, a massive multinational banking and financial institution, Mercedes Benz, and Nestle just to name a few.

(can any of you imagine what Bill Hicks would have been saying about this shit these days?)

But now Clooney is apparently selling his image to a public campaign to recolonize the whole of Africa, an attempt by globalist institutions to thwart a growing Chinese influence on the continent and to claim their natural resources for various Westernized multinationals. But in this case, he’s not just a spokesman, a useful idiot as some have claimed, but instead, he’s now an actual participant in the ever profitable NGO business.

“Raymond is director of the Satellite Sentinel Project (SSP), which aims to use advanced satellite imagery to monitor potential human rights abuses in Sudan. And it was all Clooney’s idea, turning him from just another Hollywood liberal with a pet cause to a genuine expert and campaigner on Sudan. Together with John Prendergast, another campaigner, Clooney has sneaked repeatedly into the country to document the random bombing of civilians and other atrocities.”  Guardian

Clooney calls his little project the “anti-genocide paparazzi”. What they actually do is misread satellite photos taken from high over Sudan much like the war-mongers did in the run-up to the Iraq invasion. Remember those? “Experts” couldn’t tell nuclear plants from abandoned steel mills. Remember the satellite images of the mobile anthrax labs?

Clooney has already sold his image to the Obama administration, calling out “disillusioned” democrats for being “disillusioned” about Obama’s first 3 years in office, which Clooney seems to think have been “very successful”

It seems helping Obama gin up liberal support for an all out covert ground war in Africa is just a natural thing for Mr. Actor here. After all, he went to Africa a couple of times so he must be an expert, right?

Wrong.

“As a Sudanese, I am concerned not because I would like foreigners to stay out of internal affairs, but because the view Clooney is presenting to the world is not an accurate one. This is not out of any deliberate manipulation on his part, but Clooney’s campaign is rooted in a political culture that does not care for nuance.

It all really goes deeper than the criticism aimed at his Enough Project, the Save Darfur campaign, or the “genocide paparazzi” satellite monitoring scheme – all of which are symptomatic of an overarching failure in US foreign policy, which promotes a black-and-white understanding of some situations, often underscored by moral superiority. After all, “Arabs are genocidally massacring blacks in the Nuba mountains” is far sexier and easier to digest than “the people of the Nuba mountains sided with the Southern People’s Liberation Movement during Sudan’s decades-long civil war between north and south, and after the secession of the south last year, a disgruntled SPLM candidate for governor lost what he believed were rigged elections and then took arms against the government in Khartoum in co-operation with the residual Nuba SPLM cadre, whose grievances had still not been addressed”.

Clooney stated that the situation in the Nuba mountains was a “man-made tragedy by the government in Khartoum to get these people to leave”. It is nothing of the sort. Khartoum is responding to a rebellion in the region (where the SPLM’s agitating role is problematic to say the least) with little strategy and mass clumsy bombings, rolling makeshift oil drums full of explosives out of planes. It is apathetic to civilian deaths and not concerned with wiping out inhabitants of the Nuba mountains. This does not make the situation any less desperate, but it is an event that cannot be addressed in isolation from the conditions and provocations that precipitated it. guardian.co.uk,

As I have pointed out before (and admittedly I know very little about what is really happening in Sudan) the fact of the matter is, the newly fabricated South Sudan is a pro-Western dictatorship run by current and ex-leaders of a terrorist organization. They want to force the north to allow them to pump the oil through the pipeline without paying them anything in return even though the pipeline runs right through Sudan.

Western powers are trying to cut China out of the loop. China built the pipeline but unlike what we do with the IMF and World Bank loans, China forced no conditions on Sudan for the loan.

There are oil, mineral, and water rights for our globalist opportunists to consider. But it wouldn’t do for the peace prize “winning” president to start another war for natural resources right before his re-election campaign really kicks off, so here we are with Kony 2012 and sycophantic opportunistic whores like George Clooney.

The corporatist neo-liberal gang-bang which is now well underway in Africa will be immense by any rational historic standards. Perhaps you can compare it to what the oligarchs did to Russia under the leadership of the pro-Western lush Boris Yeltsin.

Whatever comes of it remember, whatever the suffering, whatever the savagery like that which is currently on display in Libya (thank you Amy Goodman of Democracy Now) you have whores like Clooney and Jolie to thank for it.

Got a little message for Mr. Clooney from a guy by the name of Bill Hicks. Bill is reaching out to George from the grave and I’m simply channeling his essence.

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42 Responses

  1. He’s disgusting, just like that Guggenheim asshole.

    But Bill Hicks was great:)

  2. Scott Creighton sounds like a good old boy from the south. “If ya ain’t white christian, ya oughta die and suffer!” We have better things to do than save those black faces.

    After all, all nazis were christians and they murdered over a million children, over 6 million Jews (non christians) and a few million more. No one has been able to beath their world record of hate crimes.

    I have a theory that all christians are nazis. They sure do hate like nazis do.

    • LOL! Does that line of bullshit ever actually work for you? And you managed to throw in the obligatory “6 million” reference. ADL shill brownie points for you. 100 bucks says you’re a racist zionist(nazi wannabe) yourself. Be honest.

    • @Greg: Scott Creighton I believe, has stated a few times that he’s not religious. Don’t confuse him with Alex Jones and his christian army.

  3. was hoping he was just useful idiot … what a vulture capitalist creep. he should face charges along with all the other war mongers
    thanks for info

  4. Scott Creighton is actually a well-disguised fascist German out to kill all the pastyass Euroscum. He’s just a horrible, horrible fucking monster. But you stupids have been sucked right into the evil plot!

    • blues, I don’t like that… maybe I miss the ‘true meaning’ in your words, but Scott is not a “well-disguised fascist German out to kill all the” not even in a joking sense… how can you even joke about that?
      i just don’t get that kind of joke..
      it sounds ugly. and so stupid of you.

      • But notice that I was just responding to the odd accusation:

        “Scott Creighton sounds like a good old boy from the south. “If ya ain’t white christian, ya oughta die and suffer!” We have better things to do than save those black faces.”

        …with my considerably odder accusation:

        “Scott Creighton is actually a well-disguised fascist German out to kill all the pastyass Euroscum.”

        The “pastyass Euroscum” part was thrown in to give the (I thought obvious) hint that I was trying to leap from the malign to the absurd. What better way to answer an absurdity that is just not quite obvious enough?

  5. Yes, I too think Bill Hicks is the man:

  6. Well, folks, I could say a lot of stuff at this juncture. For example. It’s really interesting that there are very different kinds of people in the world! Some can’t face what they are; some hate themselves and try to hide it, or sometimes not. Seems at least 90% are “normal.” these “normals” maintain very stable orbits, repeat the exact same routines over and over. And this requires tremendous effort. Then there are people born with sociopathy. They work even harder trying to blend in with the normals, but if they harm you they will feel no regret or shame whatsoever. Also they are seriously disabled, tend seldom to learn from mistakes, cannot make realistic plans, and tend to adapt to changing circumstances in dysfunctional ways. Some sociopathic folks make tremendous, heroic efforts to avoid harming others, even though they won’t really feel bad if they do. Others, probably driven by the great hardships caused by their disabilities take “shortcuts” that deliberately cause normals or other sociopathic folks catastrophic harm.

    Then there are very different oddball people who are not really like normals at all, but generally try to blend in. But it’s very difficult because being a “normal” is incredibly boring. “Normals” will pay good money to watch oddballs do comedy up on a stage. They avoid oddballs in ordinary circumstances because they are afraid. They should be afraid of the sociopathic ones, but instead they fear the oddballs, but that’s just part of being “normal.” They don’t know when they are dealing with aggressive sociopathic folks until it’s too late. Oddly enough, the oddballs usually can detect sociopathic folks and this usually causes all involved to be very fearful and hostile. So if you’re an oddball person, you often must work really hard to hide it from them! Most oddball folks really despise the sociopathic ones, but not all do. If one is oddball enough, one can drop judgementalism and just accept people as they are.

    Frankly, I find it hard to believe that so many “normals” find people as reptilian as George Clooney interesting or even tolerable. He really gives me the creeps, and that is highly unusual. People like Clooney and Obama tend to work together when not in competition, to fool the “normals.”

    Also, I’ve observed that school teachers often find it very hard to completely disabuse themselves of the Kony 2012 scam. It’s actually kind of fun to to turn them on to the concept that this fraud they are being forced (very hamhandedly) to make their students believe is just pure crap. But the “Invisible Children” rap is such an obvious joke, they’re already half way there. I explain that the “Kony Guy” hasn’t been seen in about six years, and like Osama bin Santa, may never have even existed. This rap pushes them out of their orbit a bit!

    I question everything. I have no idea if there is such a thing as “free will.” It feels like a religious concept, really. Try telling your friends sometime that this “free will” is a complete myth, but that human life still has great meaning, and it’s still important to be moral. You may discover that everything you have ever been taught actually is totally based upon this mythical notion of “free will!”

  7. I figured you didn’t know what free will is. Free will doesn’t make you superman. That’s just puerile. Free will is the freedom to choose how to think. It’s not the physical freedom to stop others from putting you in a physical cage. With your choices, you have responsibility. Those who say that people are born evil, or bad, or that their choices are the responsibility of society, should try to really think for themselves sometime.

    • From Wikipedia, (the “non-profit” encyclopedia (a private asset) built by volunteers)

      /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯
      “You take the blue pill – the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill – you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes.” -Morpheus
      \____________________

      Go ahead. Keep believing in “free will” and salvation and Jesus. Take the blue pill. I’m taking the “A” Train out of Manhattan. But you have free will to decide that you have free will. I told you I would challenge all that you believe is good and decent. You thought I was just bullshitting. Let’s just say I have this “dark side.”

      • Since this looks like it is starting to become a partisan debate, allow me to triangulate the topic.
        First I would ask: When in life does free will start to be? At what age?
        We are born without our choosing to random circumstances… but even if we had a say in our creation, we obviously forgot about it.
        Then conditioning starts – mainly by our surrounding environment – the formative years so to say. But even if I turn out an oddball on whom conditioning seems to have just ricochet, I probably would not have foreseen myself becoming such a person. Of course there can be a conscious decision to become rebellious, but this usually happens on impulse.
        ¨Free will is the freedom to choose how to think¨ As I would guess that nobody would claim that they are willing their thoughts in to becoming, this could still hold close to the truth, as we probably feel
        that at the least we can give direction to our thoughts.
        The Problem for me starts when I understand that I am just the
        person who would give this or that direction to my thoughts, or be
        active in this or that way – then I say I did this not out of free will,
        but because my nature allowed me to do such and such. Because
        if I had genuine free will, I would certainly act on my best ideas,
        but there seems to be something which more then less has the power to interfere!?
        Maybe free will is something that has to be attained, something
        that needs an effort, will power : )
        The dilemma with this is, that to accomplish this you would have to
        be just the right person for such a task and if you are, what does that have to do with free will – it is in your nature.

        This whole debate for some reason always reminds me of
        standing between two mirrors – do not exactly know why.

        Have fun.

      • Do you even know what you’re talking about? In the philosophical question of “free will”, or “determination”, it is “determination” that has the religious implications, not “free will”.

        • My above comment was in response to “blues”. ;)

          • Calvinism? Predestination? Darwin, even? (He was a filthy rich dilatant.) I’m not here to argue theology!

            “You have eyes, but you don’t really see. You have ears, but you don’t really listen.”

        • Yep. You have no idea what you’re talking about, blues. What’s really hilarious about your posts is that you cite “The Matrix”. You don’t even know that that film is an allusion to Jesus. Sad. Yet really funny! lol

          • You seem to be working from some kind of angle from which you could claim to know what you’re talking about. Really, it’s probably a perspective that holds little interest for me. What I know or fail to know shouldn’t matter here.

            I was simply suggesting that folks temporarily abandon the concept of free will completely, while leaving everything else as is. I found it to be a fantastic experience that led to the most unexpected places. You simply cannot make deals, sell out, have a society or even a religion in the ordinary sense, I was astonished to find. And yet the universe refused to simply vanish! A very peculiar thought-experiment, if you will. An empirical experiment; but not an exercise in philosophy or theology at all.

          • Hilarious! You mock the idea of free will as if you’re some sage having a revelation, and then you say that what you know or don’t know about the meaning of free will shouldn’t matter? The only conclusion that can be drawn from not knowing what you’re talking about is misunderstanding and confusion.
            Your “thought-experiment” of temporarily abandoning the concept of free will, is a banality which has been done every day in recorded human history; in books, movies, folklore, etc. It’s when you have a beginning, middle, and end to your story. You predetermine what your characters are going to do.

          • Now please note, Relament, that my very first mention of the subject was:

            — I have no idea if there is such a thing as “free will.” —

            And this is true. Maybe you were off at some university studying philosophy when I was out with the shaman collecting mushrooms. Your academic philosopher contemplating the consequences of a hypothetical non-existence of free will can hypothesize about a world without free will. But the rules of academic thinking absolutely forbid (as I see it) making a conscious decision to disbelieve in it, unless one truly intends to completely abandon it utterly (irony intended). I have not done shamanism for decades, but a shaman might, for example, undertake to simply abandon a notion that most everyone else takes for granted — not in order to explore philosophical consequences — but to find out a new world to live in. There is a vast difference.

            Frankly, it’s been so long since I’ve had to deal with intellectuals in regard to this issue that I forgot how the “tour bus mentality” tends to kick in. They are very free to roam, but they will not completely lose sight of their guide. But with shamanism, you must walk off alone into the forest. (But I haven’t done it for a long time myself.) Intellectuals generally find this practice utterly abhorrent!

            One thing is, if you do the shamanism thing (which has nothing in particular to do with the better-known psychic or paranormal kinds of activity), you are likely to find that what the philosophers might have predicted is not at all what you find in some new world you have entered. Philosophy and shamanism tend to not get along. But nobody has to do either of them; life will go on…

            If, by the way, a person happens to suppose that a universe devoid of free will would have only predetermined events, quantum physics would suggest that that’s wrong. For example, an electron drifting in space could have a “superpositional” equal probability of having either “up” or “down” “spin,” but it would simultaneously be both “up” and “down” until it meets with something that causes its “superpositionality” to “collapse.” Then it suddenly “decides” to be up or down. They truly believe it works something like that, even though it’s kind of hard to suppose that an electron can possess free will.

            Funny how people can argue forever about the craziest things! The other day on a serious political action blog, they had an argument about whether plants can think that went on for over 30 comments!

          • Though it may be an epiphany for you, I don’t know of any philosopher since 600 B.C. that hasn’t used methodological doubt(or meditation) to inform their given philosophies. Shamanism is just metaphysics, and therefore not divorced from philosophy. It’s just another religion filled with spirits, angels, and gods.
            And again, you have a misunderstanding of the terms you are using. Your quantum analogy to clarify your position, just adds more to the confusion you have about the term “free will”.

          • This is not for you, Relament, because it is so unlikely to affect your mindstyle. Just for the record:

            The shaman world has nothing to do with metaphysics, philosophy, or spirits, angels, or gods. At all. And really very little to do with “meditation.” It is about quitting the chorus of The Song of the Self, abandoning the cartoon world of ordinary experience, entering the shaman world.

            Nothing more to argue. Mushrooms are excellent! That’s it.

          • I know you said your comment wasn’t for me, because I’m trapped in a cartoon of ordinary experience(due to not taking enough mushrooms, no doubt), but I must say it does explain almost all your comments;) lol

          • Really, I just didn’t want to argue with you about it anymore. Besides, the mushroom lobby doesn’t pay much.

  8. I agree

  9. oops, posted this zeitgleich – Anyway or btw. Religion has nothing to do with my thoughts. Still I would agree.

    • free will….. very interesting… you know, you have to have knowledge of options on a given situation before you can choose to exercise your own ‘free will’…. and that does require a certain amount of discipline…. to see the options and their possible results…. and to choose which action or ‘belief’ you want to live with… and standing firm on your choice…..to me that is free will…

  10. Scott, ignoring the circus going on here, I’d like to ask, where the hell are you? Are you OK?

    • I talked to Scott yesterday, he’ll be back in a couple days…. had some family stuff to take care of…. he is reading this dialogue…. :) with a great deal of interest.

      • Good to hear he’s okay.

      • Thank goodness. Hope his family is well.

        I know this is all over the mainstream, but I am curious as to Scott’s reflections on the Trayvon Martin case. He always has a ton of light to shed on those types of issues…

        • The Martin story is making big news… I have tried to keep up a little on it… rather confusing to me….. seems he was talking with the police and reporting a man on the property… police told him to stay away from the young man… they were on their way? and now they say the young Martin hit the murderer…. they changed the story?
          that man needs to be arrested.. and let the court hear everything…
          or maybe ‘they’ need more time to create ‘stuff’?

  11. Hi Jan. Look out here Jan. Im off your port side. See me running at periscope depth? I WAS gonna surface but it’s too intellectual here for me. So im heading back out to deep water,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,to hide.

    • LOL.. don’t worry, you are not by yourself.. you’ll probably bump into me in that dark deep water… hiding… this tec stuff goes mostly over my head…..

  12. I very much appreciate Scott tracking this narrative, pursuing the ugly details and making them available here. I’m re-posting this stuff on my Facebook wall on a daily basis. We’re going to keep putting this reality into people’s faces until they do something meaningful about it. We’re going to make the American people sick to their stomachs for their cowardice, their tolerance of the criminal psychopaths who rule over them, their willingness to continue the bloody sacrifice of their children as cannon fodder in the “Global War on Terror”.

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