September 19, 2007, - 2:23 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Can’t say I’m surprised by this. “Jamie Foxx, star of the propaganda filled, pro-Saudi “thriller” “The Kingdom” is happy to see Islamists portrayed in “a positive light.” After all, his father is Muslim (the same father who abandoned him so that he had to be raised by his maternal grandmother). (And–as I’ve written here and here–the movie is a solid piece of disinformation in favor of the Saudi Kingdom.)
Here’s what he told Newsweek, in promoting his pan-Islamist silver screen lie:
Did you learn anything about Muslim culture?
Well, my biological father is Muslim, so I know things. But I learned about the culture and everyday life. We went to Abu Dhabi, and it was a breath of fresh air as opposed to what you see on TV. It was beautiful to see the other side in a good light.
Yes, it’s always a breath of fresh air when dhimmi dummy celebrities are happy that a country–which helped the 9/11 hijackers, spreads official government anti-American and anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, and to this day practices anti-Israel travel apartheid (Dubai, UAE)–is seen in a good light.
Well, since the Saudi government is helping with this movie, Foxx knows on which side his paycheck is buttered.
Ironically, in the rest of the interview he talks about how he loves parties and hosts who let him have a good time. Too bad most Blacks in Saudi Arabia and the Emirates are slaves. Blacks are referred to as “Abed” (slave) in Arabic and in Islam. They don’t get to have the good time Jamie Foxx gets as a token.
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