sábado, novembro 01, 2003
A hipocrisia da esquerda vista pela própria esquerda no The Guardian.
You positively wriggle with delight when King Hipocrite Sean Penn gives yet another interview talking up his greatest role yet - that of anti-Bush, anti-Iraq-war peacenik. In October last year, Penn spent $56,000 publishing an open letter to President Bush in the Washington Post, putting the case against the war, before flying to Iraq and meeting the foreign minister of the genocidal, parasitical, murdering junta then ruling this unfortunate country. Is the Sean Penn who instructs the west to turn the other cheek when faced with Islamofascism the same Sean Penn, one wonders, who seems barely capable of seeing a cheek without itching to punch it? In the 1980s, this obvious heir to Gandhi spent a month in jail after a glorious attack on a harmless extra who committed the cardinal sin of trying to take the great man's photograph on a film set. When one of his cars was stolen shortly after he returned from Iraq, it contained two guns. Doesn't it occur to Penn that his peacenik preaching is hipocrisy of the worst kind?
posted by Miguel Noronha 1:18 da tarde
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