January 30, 2006, - 10:00 am

Angelina Not Jolie: Starlet “Absolutely Ashamed” of U.S.

Hmmm . . . . Maybe she should stay there.
Angelina Jolie–new face of St. John fashions and old face of support for Palestinian kiddie terrorists-in-training–said she’s “absolutely ashamed” of America at this weekend’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Skank Angelina Jolie at pro-HAMAS Arab Children’s Conference Hate-Fest in Jordan, 2004

Accompanied by skank-o-phile Mr. Angelina Jolie (Brad Pitt), the actress told the self-absorbed international rich-and-famous beautiful people lefties at the navel-reflecting/pontification gathering, that she’s hopping mad that the U.S. Congress hasn’t ratified the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The Daily Telegraph quotes the tattoo-notched human bedpost, thusly:

“I am absolutely ashamed” Washington has not formally ratified the 1989 UN Convention on the Rights of the Child,” she said.
“Being an American I think it’s horrible. I think Congress should ratify that. If we really care about that how dare we not ratify it?”

But the treaty is more of the same old Angelina Jolie BS that will make our country–among other things–impotent in fighting the illegal alien invasion. For example, it would force our country to pay for ACLU-style attorneys for kid terrorists and kids of illegal aliens.
As , skank-in-chief Jolie has already toured our illegal alien holding facilities demanding lawyers for the kiddies. She did the same in a meeting with then-Secretary of State/Jolie groupie Colin Powell. She pushed for establishment of a National Center for Refugee and Immigrant Children and lobbied for the Alien Child Protection Act that provides the same. That’s why she was honored at a reception for “kid” refugees at the KUWAITI Embassy.
And, , she toured Palestinian refugee camps in Jordan, cheering on Palestinian kids’ songs and plays about getting “revenge” on Jews and “taking back Jerusalem.”
And SHE is ashamed of US?! . . . .

Skanks for Terror: Angelina Jolie and Jordanian Queen Noor Exchange Wet Kiss at Arab Children’s Conference Hate-Fest, 2004

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She doesn’t protest;
* How, in Fidel’s Cuba, kids are indoctrinated in a Communist ideology to inform on their parents; children older than 6 years old are no longer allowed milk; whole families, including kids, are thrown into prison if the parents are suspected of being “enemies of the State”; and, because of Communism, kids grow up to be slaves of the State.
* How kids in Moslum countries are indoctrinated to hate the Infidel and are encouraged by religious clerics and their own parents to strap on bomb belts to murder innocent people because Allah wants it.
* How kids are forced into prostitution in some Southeast Asian countries, and countries in South America such as Brazil.
* How women in China are forced to abort unborn female babies.
* How girls in some African countries are forced to have “clitorectomies” because of religious (Islamic) traditions.
* How girls in Islamic countries who have been raped are often brutalized and killed (honor killings) by their own familes.
* How Christian children are sold into slavery by Moslims in Muslem-dominated countries in Africa such as Somalia, and the Sudan.
* How, in the country of South Africa, the myth that a male infected with AIDS can be cured by having sex with virgin females. As a result, rapes of little girls, and even infant girls, have become rampant.
Angelina Jolie, and her equally brain dead sex toy, are yet further examples of your typically brain-dead, Hollywood, America-hating LIBERALS.

Thee_Bruno on January 30, 2006 at 11:34 am

Excuse me…. But, who nominated or elected this twit to any position of authority regarding the welfare or rights of any kids in the United States? If the U.N. annointed her, then it goes without saying just how much of an “authority” she really is. I am so tired of this kook and her world-wide free pass for one-sided, fawning praise by the media. She doesn’t speak for me, or my children. I believe my kids are the only ones in their school that already know what a shameful organization UNICEF is and that they don’t participate in any fund raisers or charities taht are par of or connected with UNICEF.

Yiddish Steel on January 30, 2006 at 11:55 am

Amen, Yiddish Steel.
Who’s paying for this overrated skank to fly around the world representing the U.N.? I highly doubt she is using her own money. This just shows how depraved the U.N. is to nominate an adultress who is having a child out of wedlock to supposedly represent children issues.
It’s funny Jolie says she’s “ashamed” when it’s very obvious she has no shame.

Jeff_W on January 30, 2006 at 12:23 pm

I don’t care how hot she is, she is a disgrace to, not just Americans, but anyone who has any sense. What a pig.

LesbianNeoCon on January 30, 2006 at 1:00 pm

every time I stare at that picture for minutes on end, as the mind trails off to thoughts of sin, I’ll always remember to be offended at some point.
is it just me, or is it getting tougher and tougher to think bad things about these morons. I’m starting to feel sorry for them. like that Chihuahua that barks at you so menacingly. that’s how I feel about them.

MacStansbury on January 30, 2006 at 1:32 pm

Her father Jon Voight has been very pro Israel and very active in trying to get clemency for Jonathan Pollard. Angleina though is an incestuous fruitcake.

Ripper on January 30, 2006 at 3:32 pm

off-topic comment regarding the skank.
i’m sure the palistinians aren’t sweating the election of hamass.
one question though, who isn’t giving money to “these people”?
Source: UPI
PA could get Saudi pledge of $100M
Date: Monday, January 30, 2006 12:09:56 PM EST
GAZA, Jan. 30 (UPI) — The Palestinian Authority’s financial bind caused by Hamas’ election victory reportedly could be resolved if Saudi Arabia funds its pledge of $100 million.
The pledge was made to PA leader Mahmoud Abbas when he visited Saudi Arabia last month, reports the Jerusalem Post. The report said the Saudis came forward after the European Union refused to transfer payment of some $60 million because the PA began raising salaries and putting more people on its payroll.
The bailout money would also give Israel and the world more time to ponder how to deal with the PA after the stunning landslide win by Hamas, says the report.
The Saudi money would be enough for the PA to pay January’s salaries and give it some additional breathing room.
Israel was scheduled this week to transfer about $60 million in taxes and customs revenues it collects for the PA, but the Hamas victory may have put that in doubt.
Acting Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert told reporters Israel has to be very careful that money it transfers would not later be used against his country.

louielouie on January 30, 2006 at 3:38 pm

Can anyone here explain why it is a good thing that the U.S hasn’t signed on to a convention with such mandates as “every child has an inherent right to life” and “state parties shall respect the right of the child to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion” and that also states unequivocally that children have a right to be protected from sexual exploitation? Am I missing something? These seem to be pretty fundamental rights to me, surely something the U.S. would want to promote. I certainly would want my own kids to have such rights; I definitely wouldn’t want the government telling them what to think (but maybe I’m more conservative than most people here) and I would be glad to see a worldwide consensus that kids shouldn’t be forced into prostitution. At any rate, the crimes listed above by Thee_Bruno would at least be addressed by such a convention. Somallia hasn’t ratified this convention because they don’t have a legally recognized government, but I don’t know why we haven’t. Whatever you think of Angelina Jolie (I’m not much of a fan, myself), she seems to be on the right side here.

mike on January 30, 2006 at 9:39 pm

Mike: “Can anyone here explain why it is a good thing that the U.S hasn’t signed on to a convention with such mandates as “every child has an inherent right to life” and “state parties shall respect the right of the child to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion” and that also states unequivocally that children have a right to be protected from sexual exploitation?”
Because, apparently, this would mean that America would be unable to fight terrorism. I, too, fail to see how saying “thou shalt not rape kiddies” and “thou shalt not kill children” might hinder the US in this goal, but that’s Debbie’s logic…

Phoenician in a time of Romans on January 30, 2006 at 9:49 pm

I’ve said it a million times, we must never confuse stardom for intelligence. A good actress does not mean a very intelligent person, it does not mean she is not, it just should not give her instant credibility.
Raymond B

raymondb.voteswagon.com on January 30, 2006 at 10:04 pm

As Dan Akroyd would say: ‘Joline you ignorant slut.” I am totally fed up with Hollywood. Those assclowns can pack their bags with Gere,Penn,Cloney, Moore, ‘Meathead’, and all the other cultural elites and build them a condo village in the West Bank. Damn. Give them a country. And bitch slap Joline on her way out.

auspatriotman on January 30, 2006 at 10:34 pm

Protect women’s rights http://caricatura.ru/parad/tkachenko/pic/123.jpg

InplainviewMonitor on January 30, 2006 at 11:03 pm

This sort of thing is nothing new. If you go back and read about the harems of the Ottoman Empire, she would fit right in. Well, lets hope our leaders are guided by a desire to protect Israel and the West from Islamist terror, and not by a hard-on for Sultana Jolie.

KnightoftheImpaler on January 30, 2006 at 11:13 pm

It’s not a Bill, Debbie. It’s a UN Convention.
One which two countries haven’t signed – Somalia and the USA. Well done on the company you keep…

Phoenician in a time of Romans on January 30, 2006 at 11:46 pm

If it looks like a skank, walks like a skank, and quacks like a skank, it’s a skank.
To make you and some others happy, I think Jolie is more of a tramp than a skank, so I’ll refer to her as a tramp for now on.
I don’t get the Jolie fascination, anyway, as I think she’s nice looking but I see hotter babes on the street every day. I’ve only seen her in two movies and she isn’t a great actress. “Mr. and Mrs. Smith”, which I only saw because it was free, was boring and pointless. I think the Jolie hype has something to do with her supposed to be some kinky slut I guess. That’s what I want as a child rep!
Why was the tramp Jolie chosen for this position? Does she have previous experience working for child care agencies? Just what has she done besides talk, talk, talk?
I Googled and read the document because of this post. One part said, “Bearing in mind that, as indicated in the Declaration of the Rights of the Child, “the child, by reason of his physical and mental immaturity, needs special safeguards and care, including appropriate legal protection, before as well as after birth”,”
Does this mean that all you people chiding Debbie and supporting this are pro life? It does say “before” birth, doesn’t it? So Jolie and Hollywood are now anti-abortion? Are they just ignoring that part or have they even read it?
More from the document, Article 43:
“2. The Committee shall consist of ten experts of high moral standing and recognized competence in the field covered by this Convention.”
“High moral standing”? LOL!!!! Angelina Jolie(adultress, having a kid out of wedlock, etc.) and her immoral Hollywood freaks endorsing experts of “high moral standing”?
Give me a break! Jolie and her supporters here aren’t serious about this. Typical lefty “Do as I say, not as I do” nonsense. This is just a paper tiger for self righteous hypocrites to feel good about themselves.
I just don’t see the purpose of this document. How will it be enforced? There is SO MUCH in this that you can twist it to mean or say just about anything. It’s a litigous lawyer’s wet dream.

The_Man on January 30, 2006 at 11:51 pm

Did the “Sultanas” of the Ottoman empire promote conventions protecting the rights of children? That’s news to me. Actually the convention promotes protections for kids against precisely the sort of sexual slavery that one associates with harems. Can no one give me an answer about why we as a nation wouldn’t sign on to a bill that officially states that kids have a right to life, to freedom of thought and religion, as well as the right to be shielded from sexual predators? How is her promotion of the rights of kids in itself BAD? Someone please explain.
By the way, Debbie, I read your post and you don’t go into any detail about the convention. On the other hand, you do engage in some pretty shameless distortion like suggesting that all Palestinian kids are “terrorists in development” and that Jolie and Queen Noor “made out,” which you must realize, to use your own phrase, is just spewing. We would all be justifiably infuriated if an Iraqi referred to American kids as “Abu Ghraib-style torturers in training” or suggested that Bush and Abramoff are “making out” in the photos the White House is witholding. Also, it would really restore my respect for conservative columnists if you, as a somewhat prominent right-wing blogger, would respond to the content of my posts and not simply insult me. To write me off as just “vomiting cluelessness” is extremely disrespectful and frankly brings back memories of my old elementary school playground. I would prefer to engage with you as a reasonable adult.
P.S. Banning me from your site and taking down my comments is, you must admit, unusually cowardly. I haven’t insulted you as you have me but instead have simply tried to give thoughtful responses to your posts.

mike1 on January 31, 2006 at 12:53 am

    mike1 – Well said. Unfortunately though, most people don’t wish to learn or understand, but instead just wish to reiterate what they’ve learned. Ignorance is bliss and there are clearly a lot of people in bliss on this blog.

    Open your eyes on July 15, 2010 at 3:28 am

“tattoo-notched human bedpost…” LOL!!!
I do so love how this holier-than-thou, untalented trashbag with her honorary “title” of “Goodwill Ambassador” champions the rights of every other child except those of US citizens in her own country. Has anyone actually read this multi-culti, hippie peace-and-love piece of UN claptrap?
Should the US ratify this, the US, who almost certainly treats all children, citizens and illegals, far better than any country in the world (why else do millions come here legally and illegally from every country in the world) would surely be held to a far higher standard to implement the rights. benefits and provisions of it to the highest degree the ACLU sees fit.
As this bill relates to illegal immigration, ratifying this bill would first of all, ensure a virtually guaranteed path for any illegal alien with a child, or anyone under 18, can walk in and remain in the US, as this would be “in the best interest of the child.” (Article 22, 27 ,etc.) Not to mention taxpayer paid lawyers to ensure this happens. Underage terrorists who sneak in bent on martyrdom, or criminals, or MS-13’s who intends to rob and rape, or just anyone unhappy ith their lot in life and unable or unwilling to apply to come legally would be equally welcomed and embraced; being in the US is also in their “best interest.”
The US ratified the UN Convention on Torture; now the US is stuck with hundreds of illegal alien criminals who are allowed to stay and re-offend as we cannot return them when they claim “UN Torture Convention” protection.
The US already HAS laws on every government level that cover the majority of common sense items in the charter as they relate to the rights of children and protection from crimes; the US is absolutely right in declining to ratify it.

icechick on January 31, 2006 at 2:08 am

Only if she wasn’t kissing a terrorist

KOAJaps on January 31, 2006 at 5:58 pm

The biggest sex traffickers in the world are the Muslims, particularly the Albanians. The Russians are just a scapegoat. We should have left the Serbs alone, they were just protecting their women and children. Albanian atrocities are routine, the Serbian ones were just isolated incidents. Now we have a whole bunch of traffickers running rampant throughout the civilized world thanks to Clinton. You have to wonder if he would have wanted it that way. As far as Israeli sex traffickers, it’s not that hard for anyone from any God-forsaken country to pose as a Sephardic Jew.

KnightoftheImpaler on February 1, 2006 at 1:07 pm


    “According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Thailand, China, Nigeria, Albania, Bulgaria, Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine are among the countries that are the greatest sources of trafficked persons. The UNODC cites Thailand, Japan, Israel, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy and the United States as common destination countries of trafficked women and girls.”

    Checkyourfacts on July 15, 2010 at 3:25 am

Ned: You are one ignorant fool.I’ve messed with your Type for a very long time now.You Say “after reading more and more…. this is just another phlog ben(t)on formenting the fake Islam vs.christianity war”.And go on about Pollard,Don’t you miss the good old day’s where you and your’s could get on T.V. and have a good dog fight ala. Jerry, Sally, and the rest of day time stage fight moments.And as for living in little Israel,yea,and I’m the king of England.One like you with(HATE)and I thank G-D you have little or no power, loves the blogging world don’t you?I’d love to meet you.Are you a COPOS? Or are you just a punk piece of crap feeling a bit important in you little life?You and that mentallity of yours is why the world is doomed.I’d love to meet you and some others of the same nind on this site.

danny on February 1, 2006 at 2:20 pm

joeb; what are you saying?are you accusing me of something?Are JOEP+NED the same person?

danny on February 1, 2006 at 3:21 pm

JOEp+NED;if you ever had the luck to be in my life,you ,now would be of a different mind.That’s what an ed.does for people.Speaking of ed. might put people behind bars in the society you seem to favor but not in america or Israel.I come from a long line of educator’s,in a free society that’s not bad or something to shut up about.But,you are a perfect example of the waste of time it is when a parent as you has messed up a young mind.

danny on February 1, 2006 at 3:38 pm

Those are just some examples, and the last source can hardly be labeled conservative. And if you don’t believe these ones, look up “Albanian sex traffickers” on google. The fact is, while it’s probably ridiculous to suggest there are no Jewish or European traffickers (by European I mean culturally European, which excludes Albania and European Turkey), such a thing is considered so anethma to such people that most gangsters and pimps from those cultures avoid it simply because it’s “bad for business.” On the other hand, the attitudes toward women in the Muslim world are not all that far removed from the Ottoman days. And a big misconception is that Muslim misogyny is mostly of the puritanical rather than debauched variety, which spills into the bigger misconception that all or even most Islamists (in the sense of Islamic expansionism through violence inspired by certain parts of the Koran) are fundementalists.

KnightoftheImpaler on February 1, 2006 at 5:14 pm

    Knightoftheimpaler – first of all, none of the articles you included even mention albanians… doesn’t exactly fit in with your latest comment. I am a studier of the vile industry of sex trafficking and unfortunately the biggest issue, in my eyes, is all of the men (most of which are from developed countries) that pay for these girls and perpetuate this industry. The truth is that the issue of human trafficking is neither isolated in the arab world nor even concentrated there. It has nothing to do with religion, but everything to do with money. It doesn’t even have anything to do with poverty b/c it’s an issue in both non developed and developed countries. Including our own backyard.

    Furthermore, it is incredibly irresponsible for you to use this issue, which is a very serious one, as a platform to promote your uneducated hate for a specific group of people. I truly mean it when I say that I wish everyone on this post, who are clearly intelligent, well read, concerned, and passionate, would actually research, learn the facts, and dig deeper before spewing hateful words that won’t actually accomplish anything. Being mean behind a computer is easy. Being mad at a world you don’t live in from your air conditioned house is easy. Seeking the truth and actually trying to do something about it… not easy at all.

    P.S. watching a movie about human trafficking doesn’t make you an expert on it.

    checkyourfacts on July 15, 2010 at 3:45 am

I could give a s..t that i never ever tried to type.And as for you having to read something 5 times .You dig it ,nothing better in your life but blogs anyway.I come on Debbie S’s. site for honest info on topicks of great importance.Then i catch myself reading you and your bud’s writing and i’m pissed and i’m amazed at shits like you .You love getting a rise, and well done.But it’s behind the safty of your machine.What’s really fucked up is you and yours aren’t such a minority, are you? You come here with some others to jack-each other-off fu.king ignorant ….

danny on February 1, 2006 at 5:28 pm

OK, I’m new here, so pardon the naive question. On the ear-wax/Indian blog, Debbie excoriated liberals for their insulting remarks about her post. Yet, I read her very own article and these comments insulting Angelina Jolie in more derogatory ways than many sailors can muster. What purpose does calling her a “skank” and a “human bedpost” serve? So you don’t like her or her comments or her behavior. Get over it. Act like adults, not like some of the adolescents I teach.
Queen Noor, for those that don’t know, is also U.S.-born (a Princeton grad, too). Are you going to dump on her for being a gracious host to the “skanky” Ms. Jolie and (God forbid) kissing her?
Or is she a traitor, too, because she married King Hussein.
I heard this kind of crap back in the ’60s about “Hanoi” Jane Fonda. I thought 40 years later we could all be a little more civil toward those we disagree with.

wheatdogg on February 1, 2006 at 7:50 pm

Finally! Someone is bringing out this point: “…an adultress who is having a child out of wedlock to supposedly represent children issues.”
Exactly. Why are people so blind? Why do all these Angelina supporters not see the lack of anything she’s done for people here at HOME which matter?
If she wants to lead the way to raising good kids, she should set her own life straight first. Perhaps, yes, get married FIRST before having getting pregnant. Speaking of which, why is she so selfish to want the baby’s birthday to be at the same time as hers? What about the father’s (Brad’s) birthday? Doesn’t he deserve good “karma” with his kid too? She only thinks about herself. Disgusting. Then why doesn’t she set an example good child-parent relationship by getting along with her father? Does she want her kids to grow up hating their own grandparents? She is SOOOO SELFISH!!!! It is unbelievable.
So, let’s say if she does make the new movie with Depp, is he going to be her next crush, when things at home aren’t going so good with Brad???

ir0ny! on February 1, 2006 at 10:07 pm

wheatmutt, I am rubber, you are glue.
Why don’t you and your fellow hippie skank Hanoi Jane go protest something, hang out with Cindy Sheehan, and sing your love songs to Fidel.
So what if Queen Boor graduated Princeton?
Take your own advice. “So you don’t like her or her comments or her behavior. Get over it.”

The_Man on February 1, 2006 at 10:15 pm

Well, The_Man just verified what I suspected about you people. If you have no intelligent argument, you insult the person who disagrees with you and then pretend you are actually debating the issues. I’ll take your advice, The_Man, and let you twits fume at each other. Life is too short for me to waste my time trying to have a rational conversation with you. Have a nice life.

wheatdogg on February 2, 2006 at 8:02 pm

Settle down, wheaty. I didn’t even break out the “pinko lib” and “lunatic lefty” phrases, yet. No fume here.

The_Man on February 2, 2006 at 11:25 pm

For the record, Janie (who is just a *little* bit older than me) went way overboard protesting the Vietnam War. She did not exactly help the anti-war movement back then. Celebrities then, as now, always go for the high profile moment. Schmoozing with the “enemy” seems to be a popular tactic. At least Jolie wasn’t having coffee with Osama.
Janie wasn’t in danger of being drafted back then. I was, so I was greatly relieved when that flaming liberal of a president, Richard Nixon, ended the draft before my number came up.
Cindy Sheehan’s son got killed in what some of us consider to be another pointless, unwinnable war. She’s a little upset by Mr Bush pointedly ignoring her. My son served in Iraq, too. He’s still alive, but I can sympathize with Sheehan’s frustration. This whole Iraq escapade gives some of us older types a real vivid sense of deja vu.
Fidelito is no worse than the petty dictator he replaced. He’s a fossil, the oldest living Communist ruler. You have to give him some credit. He manages to keep his country afloat with a U.S. trade embargo, no Soviet support to prop him up anymore, and a U.S. military base in his backyard. And he still has enough stubborn pride to refuse hurricane assistance from the U.S.
Noor’s husband, Hussein, was one of the few staunch friends the U.S. had in the Middle East. His son retains that friendship toward us. I suspect that they are as embarrassed about Jolie’s remarks as you are upset by them. They, however, are constrained by expectations of civility, something that seems to be in short supply at this site.

wheatdogg on February 3, 2006 at 1:09 am

That last pic is of Jolie giving her a kiss on the cheek, don’t try to make it sound like it’s anything else.

Brian Spence on February 3, 2006 at 4:17 pm

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE include this on the entry.
Ok for starters Im from the UK, bring it on whatever you want to say….. I think your poor use of the ‘ENGLISH’ language to slate a beautiful and obviously more successful woman than you’ll ever be is shamefull. Are you bitter maybe that your voice doesnt get heard? Ever thought why that might be? Maybe you should stop attacking people who crusade for good and take a look at yourself, we all have a few notches in our bed posts (I wonder how many you have?) at least some of us seek remorse and act selflessly to help members of a US poverished society who otherwise cannot speak for themselves. Maybe you should devote some of your time to doing some good with that mouth of yours? Or maybe as a true American you’ll do it your own gunhoe way!!

Laura on May 8, 2007 at 3:05 am

Laura, your post bore considerable merit until you made the foolish mistake of generalizing Americans with your last sentence. Get off your high horse. You’re no better than anyone else, Americans, Britons, Armenians, whatever.

Sango22 on July 2, 2007 at 8:07 pm

All I have to say is all you people are brainwashed ignorants. Don’t trash different countires and religions without knowing for yourself what they really are like. I hear about what the US army did in Iraq and I still gave them the benifit of the doubt because I know that there is a separation between government and actual citizens. However reading the comments in this page proved me wrong. You are all racists, ingrates, easily brainwashed people who have no brain to think for yourself so you take what other people say for granted. I don’t like angelina a lot myself but how dare you call the kids terrorists in training! Racists!God will decide who is an infedel and who will go to hell not you! shame on you people!

Sensible on April 21, 2010 at 2:08 am

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