May 22, 2007, - 6:29 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Earlier today, I told you about “ICE, The Movie” a/k/a “Crossing Over,” a movie which sympathetically portrays Muslim illegal aliens and the “callous, cold-heated” ICE agents who do their job and try to deport them.
But, the movie–which comes out this fall–isn’t the only propaganda piece on this subject soon arriving for your viewing “pleasure.” This fall, the CW–that hip teen network that brought you the reality show auditions for strip-tease group “The Pussycat Dolls”–brings you “Aliens in America.”
The show is all the rage at CAIR (Hamas front-group, the Council on American Islamic Relations). It’s about a Pakistani Muslim exchange student (played by Adhir Kalyan) who comes to live in America with a Wisconsin family. The reason: She’s importing a friend for her unpopular son. It’s supposed to be a comedy.
But the only comedy is that perpetrated on America. Reportedly, the show will make fun of Middle America and positively portray Muslims here on student visas as far smarter.
To some extent that is true, as we allow so many Muslims from all over (but especially from the Middle East) to come here, and we never see them again. They are the smart ones. And we are truly dumb, though not in the Homer Simpson way that this comedy will portray Wisconsinites. But dumb in the sense that we allow this and look the other way when the students suddenly disappear in to the great American abyss to plan and perpetrate jihad against us.
So many Muslims here on student visas overstay never attend or even enroll in school and overstay their visas, disappearing into oblivion. But you won’t see that in “Crossing Over,” or in “Aliens in America.”
In both, we are either evil or stupid (or both), and they are the smart, sympathetic ones.
Here’s hoping–and predicting–that “Aliens in America” (which airs on Monday Nights at 8:30 p.m.) is a big flop. I predict it won’t last more than 5 episodes (even with the “Everybody Hates Chris” lead-in and PC executives of the CW Network pushing it).
Tags: Adhir Kalyan, Aliens in America, America, American abyss, Council on American-Islamic Relations, Crossing Over, Everybody Hates Chris, Hamas, hip teen network, ICE, Middle East, Pussycat Dolls, strip-tease group, The Movie, The Pussycat Dolls, Wisconsin