December 27, 2005, - 1:02 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
In the fall-out of Steven Shlemielberg’s fictional, moral-equivalence-of-victims-with-terrorists film, “Munich,” there are two items of note:
* Mohammed Daoud, one of the Islamic terrorist planners of the Munich massacre of innocent Israeli Olympic athletes, told Reuters that,
We did not target Israeli civilians. Some of them (the athletes) had taken part in wars and killed many Palestinians. Whether a pianist or an athlete, any Israeli is a soldier.
But, in fact, at least one of the eleven athletes murdered never served as an Israeli soldier. He was American citizen David Berger of Cleveland, Ohio. Too bad the ignorant Reuters reporter, Nidal al-Mughrabi, didn’t have a scintilla of knowledge about the murdered victims to point that out to Daoud. Or maybe the reporter had an agenda–as the slant of the article and the reporter’s name both make clear.
* Heeb Magazine–a stupid, self-hating glossy of idiocy by morons and geeks who claim to be Jewish–is defending Spielberg. But, as we’ve pointed out, the “magazine” (in truth, it’s not good enough for bird-cage lining) is funded with thousands from Steven Spielberg’s Righteous Persons Foundation.
In 2001, Heeb’s original editor and founder, Jennifer Bleyer, bragged that her magazine “gives big props to Monica [Lewinsky] and Chandra [Levy]. Like, Jewish sluts of the world, unite!” With “Munich”, one of the pre-eminent Jewish sluts of the world, Spielberg, has united with America’s enemies. (The “Righteous Persons” are gentiles who risked their lives to save Jews during the Holocaust, and the foundation is funded by proceeds from “Schindler’s List”. Yup, our relatives died in the ovens and some of your relatives risked their lives to save them . . . to fund a self-hating magazine that defends Spielberg’s celluloid apology for Islamic terrorists.)
Here’s what Heeb’s current editor, the idiotic Josh Neuman, who DIDN’T EVEN SEE “Munich,” told The New York Post (re-printed by Fox News):
“Jews need to chill out, basically, because they’re treating Spielberg as if he’s the new Bobby Fischer,” he says, referring to the ex-chess champ who has publicly attacked Israel. “The big buzz word is moral equivocation, and that’s idiotic. The Jewish community likes to put everything into these two neat categories, ‘good for the Jews’ and ‘bad for the Jews.'”
Neuman says he doesn’t expect the movie to be very good, but, as a huge “Jaws” fan, he’s sticking by his guy.
“Plus, Spielberg is the man. You don’t mess with Spielberg,” he says. “He’s not going Bobby Fischer on us.”
Did someone lace this guy’s latkes (fried potato pancakes traditionally eaten on Chanukah) with crack? “Chill out”? Like way totally gnarly. Here’s my “neat little category”: Things that are bad for America AND good for Islamic terrorists. Included in that set: bearded liberal movie producers who like to make nice to radical Islam and dumb-ass editors that he funds through a Holocaust foundation.
If this hackneyed PR organ of Steven Shlemielberg feels it must defend Shlemielberg, that tells us that he is on the defensive, realizing he is under fire from which he cannot recover. Should have thought about that before he made this veritable silver-screen dung.
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