MORE INFOWARS.COM NUTTINESS: Defending Mel Gibson’s bigotry
Alex Jones’s Infowars.com nears one million unique hits a month. The madness (a lot of the site’s content) must be checked and corrected, not ignored. On June 17th, I posted here: “Helen Thomas defenders.” Today, Infowars.com defends Mel Gibson’s bigotry!
A close second in today’s Infowars.com nuttiness factor is this story attacking New Jersey Govenor Chris Christie (perhaps our nation’s best governor, IMHO) for promoting a “new world order” by simply cutting the state’s budget:
Economic Hitmen Come for Their ‘Pound of Flesh’ in New Jersey
July 10, 2010
It was reported today that New Jersey’s Governor Christie is proposing privatization of many public services. This is the precise playbook of “Economic Hitmen” aka Banks.
Welcome to the new world order.
Today’s top Infowars.com nuttiness prize, however, must go to this:
Crusade Against Mel Gibson Stamped, Sealed and Delivered by the New World Order
July 10, 2010
I could barely get past the craziness of the headline. The “new world order” is on a “crusade” against Mel Gibson? Is the “new world order” out to get Lindsay Lohan, too? Can’t we just say that Mel Gibson has done some very stupid things?
Actor and director Mel Gibson, currently under fire by the entire mainstream media for alleged misdoings,…
“Entire” mainstream media for “alleged” misdoings. You can see the Infowars slant already.
From the website Jack & Jill Politics (July 2, 2010):
Mel Gibson’s Non-Reality-Based Raping Niggers
Author: Jill Tubman
So evidently Mel Gibson is racist and anti-semitic even when he’s not drunk driving. Who woulda thought? Well, all blacks and Jews actually but who’s keeping track, really…
What kind of person says this to their baby mama — ?
“You’re an embarrassment to me. You look like a fucking pig in heat, and if you get raped by a pack of niggers, it will be your fault.”
Really, Infowars.com, it’s not the “entire mainstream media” after Mel Gibson. It’s probably just those evil blacks and Jews, over some “alleged” comments caught on tape. But I’ll let Infowars.com finish its first sentence:
…just happens to be the very best man in Hollywood fighting tyranny with such outstanding works as Braveheart, The Passion of the Christ and Apocalypto — all of them examples of how storytelling at its core signifies both the story itself and an allegory of the age-old, everlasting struggle of freedom-loving people against the darkening clouds of tyranny.
The very best man in Hollywood is Mel Gibson?
Just like in the days of J. Edgar Hoover, when every important person both inside and outside Hollywood had the dubious honor of reserved blackmail-space in the FBI-director’s desk, the arrows have now been directed at Gibson, not for anything he might have done mind you, but rather with the aim of stopping the man from capturing audiences around the world with any more influential films about freedom versus tyranny. In other words: the current “controversy” serves to hinder the filmmaker from doing his job.
Uh, no. “(N)ot for anything he might have done mind you”? The controversy is about what Mel Gibson has said and what he believes, and it’s repugnant to everybody and it’s major league crazy.
Why doesn’t this article mention what Mel Gibson said (or “allegedly” said)? Shouldn’t the facts be the point?
Why does Infowars.com assume that these unprovoked, irrational rants against blacks and Jews are some “new world order” scheme to prevent Mel Gibson from making films? Don’t you think that if Hollywood could make a buck off of Mel Gibson, it would?
First defending Helen Thomas and now defending Mel Gibson. Because, as offensive as their comments are to me and you, there are certain people out there who agree with Helen Thomas and Mel Gibson.
A million unique Infowars.com hits every month. Maybe I should do a regular column debunking/exposing this horrendous stuff?