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Thursday, May 25, 2006

Stupid Peoples

Source: breitbart

Look, I've always been upfront about this, I like stupid people. I do, they're entertaining especially when they master the sippy cup, that's so cute!

Anywho, I was just directed to this article praising Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and it turns out he might be a stupid person, unfortunately his sippy cup skills aren't mentioned (sigh).
The United States has an "obsession" with power and is making mistakes in the way it pressures other countries to cooperate in its "war on terror", a leading Mexican director said at the Cannes film festival.

Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu made the jabs during the presentation of his film, "Babel", which itself provides subtle criticism of the US.

"There is an obsession in the United States today... about, you know, showing the power but at the same time having the fear of the other," he said.
A movie director using hackneyed cliches, hard to imagine, I know.
He claims that a sort of xenophobia has crept into US security policy in the wake of the September 11, 2001 attacks that targets not only Arabs and Muslims, but all foreigners -- including Mexican immigrants crossing the US border illegally.
(...) I got nothing, I'm stupider for having read this, you're stupider for having read this, I apologize.
"The border, what is happening, is terrible," he said. "The way they try to pretend that everybody is a terrorist."
If by "terrorist" you mean blood sucking, ungrateful leeches trying their level best to destroy this country, well sure.
"The government of the United States is pressuring other countries to capture terrorists and sometimes they make big mistakes," he said.

"That is a very, very sad thing that is happening all around the world, using political pressure or econonomical pressure to make people act like that."
I'm still waiting to hear about the mad sippy cup skillz. Oh, yeah, this is dumb too!

And blah-blah-blah about what sounds like a truly pathetic film until we get too...
The other, close to Inarritu's heart, is about a Mexican woman who comes up against the inflexibility and heartlessness of US authorities when she illegally crosses the US-Mexican border with the two children of her American employer.

The movie was so well received at its screenings Tuesday that critics counted it among the frontrunners for the Cannes festival's Palme d'Or award to be given out on Sunday.
Always comforting to be reminded in such a direct way who your enemies are.

And what about the sippy cup skillz dammit!

H/T Powerline

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