September 22, 2010, - 3:26 pm
In August, I posted the trailer for “Fair Game,” the movie based on former CIA employee Valerie Plame’s book of the same name. The movie stars Naomi Watts as Plame and Sean Penn as her husband, Joe Wilson. I gave you my thoughts on what I figured would be in the movie, based on the trailer and based on the claims and statements of the Wilson-Plames. I’ll post my review when the movie debuts in mid-November. Stay tuned.
But, for now, you should note who financed and produced the movie: Imagenation Abu Dhabi, which is wholly owned by the United Arab Emirates government. The company is promoting the movie on its website. It’s part of a disturbing trend I’ve been writing about on this site for several years now–the infiltration of Hollywood by the anti-American, anti-Israel Gulf state Muslims. As I noted before, the reason for this is pure propaganda, plain and simple. As we know, Hollywood already shares the Gulf State sheikhs’ views, but we’ll see them ramped up a bit, because Hollywood filmmakers are having a tough time getting their movies financed, and they know on which side of the keffiyeh their bread is buttered.
While Imagenation Abu Dhabi is behind a number of overtly pro-Muslim and pan-Arabist arthouse movies that will be shown in the U.S. to smaller audiences, it also has its hands in a number of bigger feature films, including–surprise! surprise!–a movie starring philo-Semite (*sarcasm*) Mel Gibson (“The Beaver”) and directed by his biggest defender, Jodi Foster. Plus the company has partnered with Steven Spielberg and his Dreamworks studio.
Imagenation Abu Dhabi hired a former top Walt Disney pictures exec, Edward Borgerding, as its CEO, as well as many other top Hollywood veterans to run the company’s operations, because these monied Muslim oil men want their claws further into what naive Americans see coming out of Hollywood. Imagenation Abu Dhabi has already signed an agreement with Warner Brothers to produce movies, TV shows, documentaries, and other forms of entertainment for the studio.
All of this is frightening, and if you believe Islamic and Arab Street propaganda will be left back in the homeland, think again. The company that owns ImageNation Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi Media Company, also owns Holy Quran Radio. Its chief is the Crown Prince of the UAE, Mohammed Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, whose father, Sheikh Zayed Al-Nahyan, financed anti-American, anti-Israel, anti-Semitic, and Holocaust-denying speeches and books (and gave millions to President Bush’s sleazy brother, Neil Bush), as I’ve noted on this site. Sheikh Mohammed appointed several other crony sheikhs to run the company with him. The company’s management is pictured above.
And that’s who’s financing many films you’ll see coming out of Hollywood now and in the future. I’ll be writing more about Imagenation Abu Dhabi and its film projects pimped upon American moviegoers, so stay tuned. But in the meantime ask yourself these questions: Do you think any of these films will tell the truth about Islam or the Arab Street? Do you think any of them–if they deal with the Middle East at all–will have anything nice to say about Israel or Jews?
Think again. Imagenation Abu Dhabi already produced the very anti-Israel, anti-American movie, “Amreeka.” Look for more like it. The company is called Imagenation in a combination of two words, image and nation, and they are using this to promote and improve both through carefully planned propaganda on the silver screen.
Sadly,these aren’t “just movies,” as some very mindless people keep trying to tell me. Gullible Americans with ever-decreasing critical thinking skills believe what they see on the screen.
And they’ll believe whatever Imagenation Abu Dhabi feeds them with close co-oper-dhimmi-ation from Spielberg, Mel Gibson, Warner Brothers, and everyone else in LaLaLand that can’t resist the smell of IslamoCash.
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