March 10, 2006, - 3:58 pm

Sharon Stone: Basic Instinct’s Mid-East Scholar

On this site, we’ve documented the ceaseless parade of brain-addled celebs who think they are Mid-East saviors in the Arab-Israeli conflict. The latest is Ms. Crotch Shot a/k/a Sharon Stone.
In Israel, this week, she said she “would kiss just about anybody” if it would put an end to conflict in the region. Do we really want the most used piece of equipment in the gym spreading her germs throughout Israel? Well, at least, the has-been silver screen skank didn’t offer crotch views as she did in “Basic Instinct.” Her career is so over that she’s shooting “Basic Instinct 2,” with more of the same.
Here is an excerpt from ITV’s coverage of the wannabe Mid-East scholar, with my commentary in bold, brackets (this woman is the epitome of pretentious):

Stone, who is on a five day visit to the area has attended several peace conferences and workshops over the last three days.

Sharon Stone, Mid-East Scholar

[DS: When will the day come when actresses go back to ACTING in movies, instead of B-movie acting in real-life as wannabe diplomats? (Are crotch shots acting?) And are there any burqa workshops to which we can send Ms. Stone?]

Her visit, which coincided with Women’s Day on Wednesday was sponsored by the Peres Centre for Peace, founded by Nobel Peace laureate Shimon Peres.

[DS: Aha! Shimon Peres and his unduly named “peace” center. This man is the ARCHITECT of the Oslo “Peace” Accords. In the 13 years since this lousy, absurd “agreement,” more Israelis were murdered by Islamic Palestinians than in any other 13 year period in Israeli history. Peace, indeed. More like PIECE . . . of meaningless paper.]

Stone said that she could not solve the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians but that she could use her fame to help encourage peace efforts.

[DS: No way–Sharon Stone can’t solve the conflict? You’re kidding. She couldn’t even save her ex-husband from a Comodo Dragon. And guess what? The aged skank’s “fame” (for a crotch shot!) won’t help encourage peace efforts, either. Though, some gratuitous crotch scenes for some HAMAS-niks might take their attention away from blowing up Jews for a few seconds. Hey Sharon, how ’bout some lunch at Sbarro or Mike’s Bar?]

During her visit, Stone played football with a mixed group of Israeli and Palestinian children on Wednesday and later visited Israeli hospitals that care for Palestinian children.

[DS: Here’s an idea. How about crotch-woman taking a trip to the Palestinian Authority to see if she can find a football (soccer) game with a mixed group of Israeli and Palestinian children there. Ditto for a Palestinian hospital that cares for Israeli children. That will take quite a while and keep her off our silver screens for a bit.]
Here’s more of Crotchy Stone’s psychobabble from Yediot Achronot:

Stone, for her part, told Peres “I admire you, sir, so greatly, it’s beyond discussion or I would just sit here in a puddle of tears. That I can sit here beside you is my greatest achievement.”
Stone added that she plans on doing everything in her power to promote joint projects for Israeli and Palestinian children.
“The future of our children depends on now,” she said. “We can’t go on killing in the name of our children’s future. They need us to make a decision today and never turn our backs on it that is the instinct of the maternal, of creation, of peace.”

[DS: Hello? . . . Who is killing whom? When was the last time an Israeli blew himself up in a Palestinian pizza shop or cafe?]

“It’s time for women to be part of negotiations, because they have a different language,” she said. “Imagine ‘I was considering going to war, let’s discuss, let’s consider the other angles.’

Stone also claimed that “women consider thoughts and feelings more than men” regarding the conflict.
Uh-huh. Tell that to all the female homicide bombers. . . and their dead, innocent victims.
Would it be too much to ask this woman to go see ISRAELI and JEWISH victims of terror? Would it be too much to ask this woman to stop equating the Israeli victims of terror with those who hate and attacked them?
Yes, apparently it would be too much. But a crotch shot on the big screen? Now, you’re talking.
**** UPDATE, 03/12/06: about my attack on Sharon Stone. But he’s not so angry at his friends at the Neo-Nazi Vanguard News Network who confirm their affinity for Wolcott’s words and writings. Boy did I ever call that one.

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19 Responses

G*&-Damn Hollywood shit-stains. Anything for a photo-op. As far as the first poster, you are clueless. As for playing soccer, it might be difficult for the Israeli’s who’ve had their limbs blown off by homicide bombers to get in a game. Sharon Stone – Just another useful idiot.

Rich B on March 10, 2006 at 6:20 pm

Do you think she monograms her clothing with her initials “SS”.
Showtime is re-running “The Specialist”, a movie she filmed with that other empty suit Slyvester Stone. The “crotch shot” she complained so bitterly about was G-rated compared to the nudity in that film.

code7 on March 10, 2006 at 7:34 pm

Sharon knows her Fame Clock is at 14:55 and ticking. It seems 99% of the time it’s the has beens trying to milk a few more minutes, like Sean Penn, Susan and Mr. Tim Sarandon, and Barbra “Spell Check” Streisand, etc.
What’s even more stupid than these washed ups is any person who takes them seriously.
Why can’t celebs just enjoy the fame and wealth? If I was a celeb and rich, I’d just hang out with trashy tramps, go to the beach, and have fun all the time.

The_Man on March 10, 2006 at 8:02 pm

She was hotter than Hades back in the day, and still looks pretty good. Debbie any celebrity who goes to Israel at this point and shows some solidarity is basically heroic.

shleppy on March 10, 2006 at 8:34 pm

Dammit! Sharon Stone had to go and pull this little publicity caper just as I had almost discarded her into the Twiggy pile of falmost-forgotten Hollywood half-wits. The only thing I know about this woman is that she (is a)…
C an’t
U nderstand
N ormal
T hinking

Yiddish Steel on March 10, 2006 at 9:52 pm

“If I was a celeb and rich, I’d just hang out with trashy tramps, go to the beach, and have fun all the time.”
That pretty much describes quite a few of them:
Hanging out with trashy tramps (Wanabees, Groupies, and
Going to the Beach (Malibu, Laguna Beach, and believe it or not Long Beach)
Having fun all the time (Private Party, Premier, Award Show, After Party, Pre-Party, Record Party, Club Party, Party Party, and Party)
At some point they party so much people forget about them, hence the new world mission for peace for publicity in conjunction with my latest release in theaters soon mission for, did I mention “World Peace”.

code7 on March 10, 2006 at 10:16 pm

No, Sharon Stone is no ME scholar. Yes, Oslo is dead. Are you happy now, Deb?

InplainviewMonitor on March 11, 2006 at 12:34 pm

Here it goes, 9% drop of attendance in 05. No, it is not DVD, it is plain loss of quality.
Why US movies get worse? No, it is not liberal conspiracy, it is your permanent trashing of good movies, Debbie!
US cinema suffers year of slump

InplainviewMonitor on March 11, 2006 at 8:34 pm

90% of what you are saying against her, could also be said of you. I don’t understand why you rightwingers are so damn obsessed with what some twat actress says about politics in public. It’s even sicker than people who subscribe to people magazine and talk endlessly about celebrities, at least they like the idiots they follow. You guys are obsessed with and follow the exploits of people you hate. The only reason you seem to hate them is that they disagree with you. Nobody ever told Magnum PI (I forget his real name) to shut up when he talks up rightwing politics. You people act like anyone who doesn’t agree with you is somekind of American-Taliban. Get over it.

Debbie Anschlussel on March 12, 2006 at 4:28 am

Oh, please, “Debbie Anschlussel” aka pot calling the kettle black. It’s you and all the other anti-Debbie posters who are coming here with your panties in a bunch.
Nobody here is obsessed with Sharon Stoned or anyone other celebrity, left or right wing. Nobody here is saying they can’t speak about politics. Don’t we have a right to speak an opposing opinion?
Like all the libs always say, if you don’t like it don’t read it.

The_Man on March 12, 2006 at 9:54 am

The real problem is with meaningless screams on fake issues like Sharon Stone’s visit to Israel and what this cow cared to mumble. Who in the world cares?!
But good old political crime is something different. This is what I’d call real news:

InplainviewMonitor on March 12, 2006 at 1:00 pm

I guess we could go round and round, but the screams I keep hearing is people screaming about other so called screaming.
It’s a commentary, OK? You people against Debbie and this site are the ones with your panties in a wad and overstating the case.

The_Man on March 12, 2006 at 2:10 pm

Stone’s efforts may seem a little awkward, or naive, or misguided in some ways. Granted. Still I give her credit for using her fame for something positive.
That said, what has Bush done? How can any Bush supporter criticize ANYONE for their efforts on Isreal-Palestine? For all his talk about remaking the middle east, Bush has done precious little to focus on the most critical issue facing the middle east.
So when Bush lifts ONE FINGER to create peace in Isreal and Palestine, maybe, just maybe, you geniuses on the right can start picking on Hollywood liberals who try in vain to fill the massive leadership gap created by this dog-stupid president and his tragically incompetent administration.

ohdave on March 12, 2006 at 6:00 pm

First of all, to ohdave: most of us are NOT Bush supporters around here. Bush is not conservative, Bush is not smart, and as far as I’m concerned his greatest contribution to America is making more people miss Reagan dearly. But that doesn’t take away the fact that Sharon Stone is an idiot and should stick to acting. I like her as an actress, actually. But she should stick to acting. She’s clearly not multi-talented. I would say she should leave the politics to those who do it best, but that wouldn’t mean much these days.

KnightoftheImpaler on March 12, 2006 at 8:13 pm

Question to the Man: what is it about Debbie that you admire so much?
I’ll tell you why I do. I admit it, I am obsessed with, my first stop on the net for that complementary mix of in-depth Middle East analysis and Hollywood movie reviews. There really is no other website like it. If you know of any other sites that combine intellectual news reporting with constant character assassination, I’d like to know about them.
I love it when Debbie refers to an actor by a character they once played. Here, Jason Alexander is Costanza, Sean Penn is Spiccoli, etc. It’s even more satisfying when Debbie refers to an actor by merely a scene they were in, ie. Sharon Stone is Ms. Crotch-shot. Where else can you read this stuff? Okay, Free Republic can be just as hostile, but here we have one woman slinging the mud, and she’s damn proud of it.
The guilt-by-association thing pulls me in as well. Tommy Lee Jones plays an abhorrent border patrol agent in a recent film, so Debbie’s headline reads: Tommy Lee Jones defames border patrol. I don’t understand the connection — portray an individual and you’re representing a group of people, I guess — but I’m very attracted to a blogger who would stand by such a statement. Same thing happened to Jodie Lee Foster. She portrayed an evil flight attendent, so of course, she’s defamed all flight attendents.
Where else can you see someone’s character get trashed within 24 hours of their death? (Peter Jennings). Where else can you read that a satellite radio personality will soon learn about, and be a victim, of left-wing bias? (Howard Stern). Where else can Thomas Jefferson be called a girlie-man because the new nickel shows a frontal shot instead of a profile? I was especially tickled by that one.
And it’s all true! Did you know that when Michelle Malkin’s website was down last month, it was “likely hacked by Islamists”! Did Debbie cite any solid proof? No! And that’s just how I like it. You too?
And don’t forget about the reader comments. I guess Debbie is proud of these too; I hope she is.
She’s very enamored with Yiddish Steel. Did you see the word he dissected about six posts above yours? It’s a word I simply can’t type, but Debbie has no problem with it.
I am just fascinated with What’s your favorite part of this site?

Hardy on March 13, 2006 at 12:04 am

I see I have talked some sense into you, Hardy.
What is it I admire so much? It’s just the whole Debbie experience. Live it, learn it, love it.

The_Man on March 13, 2006 at 10:50 pm

Dear Forum;I am cancelling my subscription to yo’
rag since you decided to take a formerly excellent men’s rag the pc route by employing the crude but lame language of a fat yutz “writer” for Vanity Fair,who referred to Sharon Stone’s overrated gash as a ‘silky yum-yum’-in possibly the worst movie of all time-and one which showed how criminally underrated ‘Plan Nine From Outer Space’ actually was.
Hitman From Detroi’

jaywilton on March 14, 2006 at 12:04 pm

Obviously, this isn’t the first time celebrities have come up outside of their day job. As others have said, if people didn’t follow their every move like it was going to actually make a difference in their own lives, I’m sure celebrities wouldn’t think – gee, is there something a little more valuable I can do with this unearned (and probably unasked for) influence and visibility.
Second – Celebrities are one of America’s most valuable exports for (mostly) positive feedback. And we definitely don’t have a lot of that these days. You might not care but – let’s talk purely from a business sense to take all emotion out of it – strong American brands are taking an international beating lately which is not good for our economy. Anything positive out there is good.
As far as some of the other comments is there ANY question in anyone’s mind that the U.S. is strongly behind Israel? Does it hurt to show interest in the innocent victims of this war – because, as far as I’m concerned, children – no matter what nationality they are, are victims. What is the problem here?
We have a lot of things going on that need focusing on – this does not seem to be one of them. Unless, of course, you’re celebrity obsessed.

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