February 18, 2011, - 12:29 pm
When will Hollywood stop telling us that Muslim illegal aliens and Communists are heroes? Did the Bin Laden family help finance “Unknown,” a clever exercise in silver screen propaganda, debuting in movie theaters, today? It’s a virtual pinata of pan-Muslim, pro-illegal alien, anti-big-business propaganda, disguised as a Hitchcockian thriller about a man who is ostensibly the undeserved victim of some sort of conspiracy.
The first things you need to know are that the heroes of this movie are Muslim illegal aliens, a billionaire Saudi prince, and a former intelligence agent for the Stasi, the East German Communist Secret Police; and that the villains are assassination team members hired by agri-business corporations to execute rivals and unfairly frame it on Islamic terrorists. Yup, this movie has a distinct agenda, and it’s anti-Western. No surprise that Liam “Narnia’s Aslan is Mohammed“ Neeson (son-in-law of Al-Qaeda/Yasser Arafat concubine Vanessa Redgrave) picked this flick, which is sort of a rip-off of “Frantic,” “The 6th Day,” and a lot of Alfred Hitchcock TV shows and movies.
A billionaire Saudi Prince (Prince Shada, played by Mido Hamada) a la anti-Israel, Palestinian-terrorist-telethon donor, and FOX News part-owner Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal has given millions to the development of genetically modified corn that can grow in any climate and will feed all the poor of the world, who will no longer have to rely on the evil West and even more evil agri-business for food. Liam Neeson is a scientist who is attending the Berlin biotechnology conference which the prince is sponsoring and at which Neeson and other scientists will deliver their papers on the “evil Frankencorn.”
But, once at the hotel, Neeson realizes he forgot his briefcase. He takes a cab to go find the briefcase, but suddenly the cab is in a horrific accident driving into the river. Diane Kruger, the Bosnian Muslim illegal alien cabbie who is half Neeson’s size, miraculously rescues Neeson, single-handedly dragging him out of the submerged cab and on to dry land. Didn’t you know that all Muslim illegal aliens are unfairly treated, beneficent superwomen, who save Americans from certain death?
Neeson’s character is in a coma for four days. When he wakes up in a German hospital, he finally remembers who he is and returns to the hotel. But, at the hotel, his wife (January Jones of “Mad Men”) doesn’t know who he is, and another man has already assumed his identity, preparing to deliver his paper at the biotechnology conference.
Neeson, frantic to get his life back after being followed by a hit team trying to assassinate him, seeks help from and refuge with the only people who will help him–first, an African illegal alien, named Biko, then the cabbie–the Bosnian Muslim illegal alien, whose entire family, we are told, was murdered before her eyes. A former Stasi agent, a grizzled veteran of the Cold War, also tries to help Neeson figure out what’s happening.
If I tell you any more, I’ll spoil the movie. But, frankly, with this kind of agenda, I’d say skip it. Yes, there is a lot of action and some suspense, and while it could have been a great movie, it collapses under the very obvious agenda that dominates the story. They can’t do a Cold War villain anymore, with that war over. And they can’t do a Muslim villain because that would be too unPC, too credible, and too much like the villains in real life. So, instead, they rely on this cockamamie plot with a retired Cold War villain and others trying to “frame” Muslims. Incredible how much they go out of the way to avoid a plot resembling anything in the realm of the believable.
The Real Saudi Billionaire Prince: Palestinian Terrorism Financier Al-Waleed Bin Talal
Reality check: the real billionaire Saudi Prince, Al-Waleed Bin Talal, couldn’t care less about the hungry and poor around the world. The only causes for which he’s been a major benefactor are the Ground Zero mosque, the Palestinian terrorism telethons to which he gave millions (including, reportedly, a Rolls Royce), and the $10 million he tried to donate to New York then-Mayor Rudy Giuliani for 9/11 attack victims with the condition that the U.S. change its foreign policy and move against Israel. The same goes for corporate hit squads trying to squelch competition from technology. They don’t exist. And the real technology for genetically modified crops is, in fact, coming from the much-vilified agri-businesses, themselves, who’ve invested heavily in making it easier for crops to grow in multiple climates and in plentiful enough amounts to feed the world’s hungry.
Only in the Hollywood left would agricultural corporations be vilified as murdering competitors for doing what these corporations, in real life, are doing, and for which–in real life–they are vilified by the rest of the left. They just can’t win. But in this flick, Muslims are the real winners.
Enjoy that popped Al-Frankencorn. Hollywoodhu Akbar.
TWO MARXES PLUS A BIN LADEN
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