HOLLYWOOD NEWS: Oliver Stone recruits
Bruce Willis for My Lai massacre film
Try to figure
out, which house belongs to which politician and celebrity:
Jr., Al Gore, John Edwards, John Travolta and Oprah
SENATOR JOHN KERRY'S
MILITARY DISCHARGE - THE JIMMY CARTER LEGACY CONTINUES
not about what John Kerry did while serving in Vietnam. It's about what Kerry said, and did after.)
THESE AMERICAN CELEBRITIES
DO NOT DISLIKE EVERYTHING AMERICAN. THEY LOVE AMERICAN MONEY.
There is a difference between Free Speech and how these celebrities condemn America
to the World. Some of these celebrities openly support the same terrorists, who bombed America on 9-11.
Harry Belafonte Continues Tirade
01/21/2006 3:12 PM, AP
Entertainer Harry Belafonte, one of the Bush administration's harshest critics, compared the national Homeland Security department to the Gestapo and attacked the president as a liar during a fiery Saturday speech.
"We've come to this dark time in
which the Gestapo of Homeland Security lurks here, where citizens are having their rights suspended," Belafonte told thousands
of people at the annual meeting of the Arts Presenters Members Conference.
"You can be arrested and
not charged, you can be arrested and have no right to counsel," said Belafonte, who called President Bush "the greatest terrorist in the world" during a trip to Venezuela two weeks ago. Belafonte, 78, made that comment after
a meeting with Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez.
The Harlem-born Belafonte, who was raised in Jamaica, said his activism
was inspired by an impoverished mother "who imbued in me that we should never capitulate to oppression."
He acknowledged that the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks demanded a reaction
by the United States, but charged that the policies of the Bush administration were not the right response
Bush, he said, was a president "who has risen to power somewhat dubiously
and ... then lies to the people of this nation, misleads them, misinstructs, and then sends off hundreds of thousands of our
own boys and girls to a foreign land that has not aggressed against us."
With Carl Limbacher and NewsMax.com Staff
|For the story behind the story... |
Thursday, Jan. 12, 2006 10:29 a.m. EST
Hillary Clinton to Fundraise with Harry Belafonte
The New York Observer is reporting that Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) will appear Thursday at a luncheon with Calypso
singer turned Bush-bashing liberal activist Harry Belafonte.
The luncheon is an awards ceremony given by the Children’s Defense Fund, a liberal interest group.
Belafonte gained recent attention by calling President Bush the "world’s greatest terrorist” while
visiting Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez.
Belafonte was joined on the Venezuela trip by a group of outspoken liberal Americans, including actor Danny Glover
and Princeton University Professor Cornel West.
"No matter what the greatest tyrant in the world, the greatest terrorist in the world, George W. Bush says,”
Belafonte told Chavez, "we’re here to tell you: Not hundreds, not thousands, but millions of the American people ...
support your revolution.”
Belafonte finished his appearance on Chavez’s television and radio broadcast with the shout in Spanish, "Viva
It will not be the first time that Hillary Clinton has appeared with Belafonte after the 78-year-old singer has
made controversial remarks. In September, Belafonte told the Congressional Black Caucus that the Bush foreign policy "has
made a wreck of this planet.”
"I’m always in Africa,” Belafonte ranted, "and when I go to these places I see American policy written
on the walls of oppression everywhere.”
Sen. Clinton was the next speaker at the event. Following up, she noted, "What Harry said is so important.”
As reported by Cybercast News Service, during a civil rights march in Atlanta last August, Belafonte called prominent
African-American officials in the Bush administration, such as Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice, "black tyrants." He has
also compared the Bush administration to Adolf Hitler's Nazi Germany and, in 2002, described then-Secretary of State Powell
as a "house slave."
The Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, a conservative black leader, accused Belafonte of treason.
"Harry Belafonte's hatred of President Bush is causing him to embrace America's enemies," the Rev. Peterson said
in a press release. "I also believe that his actions are treasonous as described by Article Three, Section Three of the U.S.
Constitution, which says that 'adhering to our enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort' constitutes treason."
The United Nations may be getting smarter...
UNICEF: Belafonte Spoke As Private Citizen
UNITED NATIONS - The U.N. children's agency said singer Harry Belafonte was speaking as a private citizen, not a UNICEF goodwill ambassador, when he called President Bush "the greatest terrorist in the world."
The 78-year-old Belafonte, famous for his calypso-inspired music, made headlines during a trip to Venezuela when he spoke
out against Bush and said millions of Americans support the socialist revolution of Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez.
The U.S. Fund for UNICEF said in a statement that Belafonte — a UNICEF goodwill ambassador since 1987 — made
the comments "as a private citizen and was not speaking as a UNICEF ambassador, nor acting in an official capacity on behalf
of the organization."
The Fund said it put out the statement in response to calls to its office.
Belafonte led a delegation of Americans including actor Danny
Glover that met Chavez for more than six hours late Saturday.
During a television broadcast, Belafonte told Chavez, "No matter what the greatest tyrant in the world, the greatest terrorist
in the world, George W. Bush says, we're here to tell you: Not hundreds, not thousands, but millions of the American people
... support your revolution."
WHETHER INTENTIONAL OR NOT...
Back in April 1971, as John Kerry
was appearing on television talk shows around America condemning his brother and sister Vietnam vets for being Baby-Killers
and Village-Burners, he was helping cover up the Duc Duc Refugee Village Massacre. Details of the Massacre
This is a great little "Thank You"
A BEAUTIFUL PATRIOTIC ACT