October 13, 2006, - 7:30 am
By Debbie Schlussel
We’ve never been fans of skank Angelina Jolie and her phony “activism.” We didn’t like her sickening pan-Islamist writings cheering Palestinian kids singing about committing terrorist acts against Jews in Jerusalem. We didn’t care for her gratuitous attacks on Detention and Removal Ops officials for not providing tax-paid lawyers to illegal alien kids in America. And we take the rest of her doings in the same dumb-Hollywood-chick-who-wants-to-be-taken-seriously vein.
So, it comes as no surprise that this modern-day Eva Braun of the new Nazism (extremist Islam) is invoking the memory of the Holocaust and Hitler to attack those of us in America who want the torrent of illegal aliens flowing into our country to stop. This Queen ‘O Skanks can write her epitaph with it. Ditto for her skank-o-phile male concubine, Brad Pitt, who shares credits in the same glamorized-high-school-drop-out-selling-out-America act.
Here are Skankelina’s absurd words in “Solving the Global Refugee Crisis” in the U.N.’s “Refugee” Magazine:
Only half a century ago – a blink of the eye in human history – there were at least 40 million refugees and displaced people in Europe: the product of Hitler’s Germany, Franco’s Spain, Mussolini’s Italy . . . . In America, Martin Luther King had to be assassinated before racial equality became anything like a reality. . . .
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres put it very succinctly recently. He said that the special status of refugees – people fleeing persecution or war – is being jeopardized by the battle over whether or not we want economic migrants.
Those of us who are still well disposed towards refugees, and are shocked to see them turned into hate figures in order to win elections or sell newspapers, are failing. We don’t want uncontrolled movements of people across our borders, but . . . . We will put band aids over themost gaping wounds, because they look a bit ugly. . . .
Ignoring simmering conflicts is equally damaging and hugely expensive. Think Bosnia, think Rwanda, think Afghanistan, where more investment and more thoughtful international politics in the 1980s and the early 1990s might have changed the course of history for all of us. Osama Bin Laden thrived on our neglect of Afghanistan.
Here’s a clue, Big-lipped Boobelina, we gave Afghanistan gazillions of dollars. You–or the U.N. America hater who really wrote this dumb piece and signed your name to it–need to do just a tad of research before opening your mouth (other than to make out with your brother) and taking the cap off your ballpoint.
From my November 2001 on the male version of Skankelina, Bono, and the male version of her libido and brain size, Steven Tyler (who made the same false argument):
The U.S. funded Afghanistan to the tune of billions over the last two decades. In Fiscal Year 2001, alone, the U.S. Agency for International Development, the Department of Agriculture, and other U.S. agencies provided over $117,869,525 in aid to Afghanistan. And that was only the figure through July 9, according to a USAID Information Bulletin on that date. The aid included food, educational assistance and many other things beyond what the new secretary of state (in his own mind), Steven Tyler, thinks we “should have done,” but, in fact, did.
And still, Afghanistan allowed the Taliban to take over and the terrorists to live and flourish there, anyway.
Time for Skankelina to go back to sucking face with siblings, cutting herself, poly-lesbianism, and donning blood vials around her neck.
We liked her a lot better then, when she was only harming herself.
And by the way, how the heck did she get her pretentious stage name, anyway? Her father is Jon Voight. Her mother is unknown French actress Marcheline Bertrand.
So, let’s call her by her real name: Angie Voight.
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