by Scott Creighton
While the phony “Green Revolution” was being spun across the MSM, I was here, long ago, telling you the truth. That it was yet another “color revolution” staged by the U.S. State Department.
It was. It’s perfectly clear. Everyone knows it now.
But leave it too Jon Stewart (born Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz) to announce today that he is taking off some time from propagandizing his left-wing audience in order to make a serious movie about one of Newsweek’s agent provocateurs who got caught up in the sideshow of a color revolution and detained for 118 days, Maziar Bahari.
I guess someone thought that if the idiot Ben Affleck could win an Oscar for pretending to direct that latest CIA produced anti-Iran film, Jon Stewart would be a shoe-in with the next one. So, here he goes, shillin for the warmongers again.
Wow. A whole 118 days? We’ve had guys in Gitmo for 10 years without trial and
Leibowitz Stewart needs to make a movie about a guy who was held for 118 days? Really?
The film will be called “Rosewater” and it’s an adaptation of the propaganda book written by Bahari called (you won’t BELIEVE the OBVIOUS reference here) “Then They Came For Me: A Family’s Story Of Love, Captivity And Survival.”
Yes. There it is. “Then they came for me”… clearly a reference to the Jews in the holocaust.
The sufferage of Bahari consisted of him having to raise bail while in jail (not “prison” as he hadn’t been tried yet) for the crimes of filing false reports and disrupting public order by participating in illegal gatherings. Once he raised bail, he was released so he could go home to his wife and new baby.
Those monstrous Iranians.
I wonder when Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz will make a movie about the 1,400 dead civilian Palestinians killed during Operation Cast Lead by the IMF? I wonder when he will make one about the blown-up Iranian scientist killed by the Mossad? I wonder if he will take time out to make a movie about the THOUSANDS of Palestinian human rights activists dissapeared into Israeli prisons never to be seen again?
I wonder if Jon Stewart will ever make a film about Rachel Corrie called “And Then They Ran Over Me: A family’s story about how a brave activist was murdered in Occupied Territory and Jon Steward Didn’t Give a Fuck”
Jon? Go fuck yourself.
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