November 23, 2005, - 9:40 am
By Debbie Schlussel
Recently, we wrote about Roger Ebert’s and Yes-man Roeper’s absurd, positive reviews for two pro-homicide bomber movies, and about how the director of one of the movies was upset I wrote the truth about his “film” instead of agreeing with the two syndicated movie dupes’ reviews (which he e-mailed me).
Now, Roger Ebert e-mails me his response, below. He and I have had a running disagreement–here, here, and even in one of his syndicated movie review columns–about his friend, PKK Islamic terrorist Ibrahim Parlak. Yesterday, just a day after Ebert wrote me that Parlak was not a terrorist, the Bureau of Immigration Appeals (the appeals court on deportation decisions) affirmed that, in fact, Parlak IS a terrorist.
From: “Roger Ebert”
To: “Debbie Schlussel”
Sent: Monday, November 21, 2005 7:00 PM
Subject: Re: WAR WITHIN/PARADISE NOW . . . .
> Debbie, Debbie, Debbie,
> I did not give two thumbs, or any number of thumbs, to Ibrahimn
> Parlak, who is not a terrorist and who even his local Republican
> Congressman supports. I only give thumbs to movies.
(Note: The Republican Congressman to which Ebert refers is Fred Upton, among the MOST LIBERAL Republicans in Congress. Ebert used the same line about only giving thumbs to movies when asked by US Magazine about having dated Oprah. Must not have been too good.)
The three judge panel affirmed that Parlak is a terrorist, persecutor, and liar–upholding these charges against him: committing or inciting to commit terrorist activities; soliciting funds for terrorist activities; and providing material support for terrorist activities.
Congratulations to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Assistant Chief Counsel Mark Jebson for this affirmation of his work as a skilled jurist. Let the deportation begin for the liberal movie critic’s Islamic terrorist buddy.
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