Latest Hollywood propaganda dud, "White House Down" features heroic black President fighting evil right wing coup
posted at 7/2/2013 12:50 PM EDT
Hollywood's pay back for all those special interest tax breaks the Democrats have given them.... According to Hollywood’s latest masterpiece, “White House Down,” America’s suicide will arise from racist right-wing sociopaths, hateful bloggers, NSA hackers, and weapons-manufacturing companies. Once again, Hollywood can’t bring itself to acknowledge America’s real enemies – the ones who actually kill American soldiers, diplomats and civilians.
Instead, it turns fellow citizens with a differing view into bloody-minded monsters. In "White House Down,” Columbia Picture’s new film directed by Roland Emmerich and written by James Vanderbilt, pro-military citizens and right-wingers – the destroyers of the peace – are the culprits. The evil villains actually were spawned from the “manufacturers of weapons” and the “military industrial complex” that will “do anything for power.” The bad guys also included a “right power hate-blogging” citizen, a “right-wing sociopath” who once blew up his local post office for employing too many African Americans, an ex-Delta Force member, an NSA hacker (sound familiar?), a power-thirsty Speaker of the House, and the Secret Service’s Head of Presidential Detail whose Marine son died overseas.
[Isnt this a made-for-TV movie, which plays on MSNBC every day?]
Why the domestic terror? President Obama, er "Sawyer" chose to withdraw troops from the Middle East and transfer money spent on war into funding for education, healthcare, infrastructure overseas and other noble liberal causes. Obama, er, Sawyer maintained that the “number one source of violence is poverty in the world” and his plan to redirect money would destroy poverty, and thus violence. Besides, he argued, military bases there are really only “for show.”[This is Cartoon Network level leftist propaganda, with the sublety of a sledgehammer, but no matter.]
Infuriated, the right-wingers demanded the war continue to keep their “buddies,” or “American companies who do business with the American military,” happy. When the Speaker voiced the defense industry’s concerns, President Sawyer retorted, “corporations are in bed with radical regimes.” Surprise, surprise, the film places President Sawyer – or, by another name, President Obama –as savior of the day.
Actor and Obama worshipper Jamie Foxx says he didn't ask President Barack Obama for any specific advice on playing the commander in chief, but admits he did use him for a bit of inspiration. "I watched him closely, and as a comedian, that's my job to sort of take the little things. It's not a direct impersonation of President Obama, but it was cool. It was really cool to watch him and bring a little bit of that flavor," said Foxx.
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