Friday, April 24, 2009

Jews Shouldn't Make Films About "Mozlems," Sayeth European Jewish Congress 'Prophet'

The irony is crisp: A speech about "tolerance" from a bigot.

'It is strange that Hollywood Jews would make a film about Muslims'

[Only to a bigot such as yourself, Moshe...]

By Ofri Ilani
Ha'aretz; Israel [April 20, 2009]

The president of the European Jewish Congress on Monday waged a verbal attack against members of Hollywood, specifically the makers of Oscar-winning film Slumdog Millionaire.

"I have seen two movies recently made by Jews in Hollywood," said Dr. Moshe Kantor. "One was Valkyrie, which is a pro-Nazi film. [Hmmm...a film about a plot to assassinate Hitler and overthrow the German Nazi party...Yes, very "pro-Nazi." Kantor joins his slander-loving soulmate, Dershy, in the netherworld.] The other is Slumdog Millionaire, which deals with the Muslim population in India, and in which one of the characters says, 'Allahu Akhbar' before dying."

"This is strange in my opinion," Kantor said at a press conference at the Institute for the Study of Contemporary Anti-Semitism and Racism at Tel Aviv University.

Kantor added that it is crucial for Jews to understand the educational value of cultural and artistic works.

"Schindler's List was the [popular] movie at the end of the last century," said Kantor. "What is the popular movie today? Slumdog Millionaire, which deals with Muslims. This reflects the fact that values in the world have changed." [Not the "Mozlems"!!! Heavens, Nooooo! Kantor probably cries himself to sleep each night, lamenting the fact people, thankfully, aren't as bigoted as he is. What a waste of air and space...An individual worthy of contempt...]

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