Hollywood Hypocrites: Fake Anti-War Movie Stars Who are Silent on Syria
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Rapper Wiz Khalifa has recruited some surprising collaborators for his upcoming fifth studio album. Born Cameron Jibril Thomaz, Wiz spoke about the project in a recent interview with Fuse TV , revealing that he recorded songs with two major female artists. “I’ve got songs with Miley,” the rapper explained. “I’ve got songs with Adele.” “I’ve got a lot of guest appearances that I’ve already done but none of them have been cleared for the album yet,” Wiz added. Called “Blacc Hollywood,” Wiz’s album is hyped to hit stores later this year. The 25-year-old rapper, who released his last album, “O.N.I.F.C.,” in 2012, has already dropped the first single off of the forthcoming project, “Look Into My Eyes.” “Blacc Hollywood,” which also features a collaboration with The Weeknd, is named as such because “it just represents the lifestyle,” Wiz told Vibe in June . “Not really like black people in Hollywood but just like a black attitude, not giving a [f–k] about anything. [Its like] just really blacking out on the world. We bringing that to Hollywood. Loading Slideshow Adele at the Oscars 2013: Adele Performs Skyfall Oscar nominee Adele performs Bond theme tune Skyfall at this year’s ceremony. . Contribute to this Story:
Ed Asner: Hollywood Mum on Syria Over Fears of Appearing Racist
Bush in 2002. In this letter, Penn criticized Bush for many of the very things that Obama has constantly done since he has been in the White House, as indicated in the following excerpt: intolerance of debate (with us or against us), marginalization of your critics, the promoting of fear through unsubstantiated rhetoric, manipulation of a quick comfort media, and position of your administrations deconstruction of civil liberties In the same letter, Penn lamented the evils of war: Yet, that bombing is answered by bombing, mutilation by mutilation, killing by killing, is a pattern that only a great country like ours can stop. However, principles cannot be recklessly or greedily abandoned in the guise of preserving them. So, the question for Mr. Penn is; why no objection to military action in Syria? Any plans to visit Damascus? Perhaps Penn is still in mourning the loss of his great friend, the corrupt and autocratic Venezuelan dictator, Hugo Chavez. Susan Sarandon Another Hollywood has-been, Sarandon devoted much time to speaking out against the US invasion of Iraq. At a 2002 anti-war rally in Washington DC, Sarandon said Let us resist this war. Let us hate war in all its forms, whether the weapon used is a missile or an airplane. She also said that terrorism cannot be defeated by violence and pointed out that most Americans were opposed to the war. One cannot be blamed for wondering, then, why she has spoken not one word about the current Presidents push for military action in the Middle East. She cannot claim that the situations are not comparable; after all, she did advocate the opposing of war in all its forms In addition, the prospect of US involvement in Syria is, indeed, opposed by most Americans. Presumably, she forgot to add that she is opposed to all wars, unless they are started by a President whose politics match her own. George Clooney What did Bush do on 9/11? He ran away and hid. Clooney was quoted as saying in The Guardian in 2003.
“We had a million people in the streets, for Christ’s sake, protesting Iraq, which was about as illegal as you could find,” said Asner. “Did it matter? Is George Bush being tried in the high courts of justice?” But both stars said they are disappointed in Obama, although they had supported him for president. “I voted for him, but I’m not proud,” Asner said. “He hasn’t thrown himself on the funeral pyre. I wanted him to sacrifice himself. Instead, he has proved himself to be a corporatist, and as long as he’s a corporatist, he’s not my president.” Farrell also said he’s “deeply disappointed” in Obama’s foreign policy, including his “war-making, his reliance on military rather than diplomatic responses, his use of drones, continued allowance of the Guantanamo prison. He’s a disappointment to me and other people I know.” 2013 Newsmax. All rights reserved. More ways to share… Sen. Udall: U.S. Has Not Exhausted All Solutions for Syria Sunday, 08 Sep 2013 11:08 AM One unconvinced member of the President Barack Obama’s own party says he is very disappointed that the White House has…