Sunday, May 22, 2011

Attacking Captain America

Always count on Crapapedia. Here they are on Peter Fonda:

Fonda was once asked about the possibility of picking up his father's role, either on- or off-Broadway, in the classic stage drama 12 Angry Men. His response: "Don't hold your breath for that one."

On January 13, 2011, Los Angeles police say actor Fonda discovered a dead body in a car and they are investigating the death. The actor called 911 after he spotted a car parked on the side of Sunset Boulevard. The police say Fonda is absolutely not a suspect but did not have any more details except that Fonda believes Barack Obama is a traitor for not taking it upon himself to investigate the matter himself. .[7]

And that last sentence should have you wondering, "What the heck did Peter Fonda do?" Attacked with an outrageous lie, what did he do? He did enough to unhinge "JOEBLOWKNOWS" -- the Crapapedia Member who vandalized the entry and made up a lie. (Screen snaps below. It's now been fixed and the lie removed from the main entry.)



But it's not just the loons at Crapapedia, the drive-bys with the ghostly pallor -- the lack of Vitamin D making them even more pathetic and more prone to cultish behavior, it's also some so-called journalists.

Take the Kansas City Star and their 'reporter' Lisa Gutierrez who opens with "Peter Fonda is trippin' again." But then Gutierrez isn't a 'reporter,' she's a 'celebrity blogger.' In Missouri. No wonder she's so bitchy!

Whatever did Peter Fonda do to make the Cult of St. Barack so angry?

Used knowledge, facts and analytical ability. Cult membership is based upon blind following and the Cult of St. Barack is no different than the Moonies. So when actor, director, writer and longterm eco activist Peter Fonda called Barack Obama out in two press conferences at Cannes, their heads exploded.

What did Peter say? "'You're a traitor. You allowed foreign boots on our soil telling our military -- in this case the coastguard... telling us, the citizens of the United States, what we could or could not do." He also uses the f-word and, heaven knows, no one has ever used the f-word in their lives before. It's a shocker!!!!

The shocker is that Peter Fonda's correct but he's the one being attacked. The shocker is that the second press conference contained even more info but Peter's the one attacked.

Peter was in Cannes with the documentary The Big Fix (he's an executive producer of the film) which focuses on the Gulf Oil Disaster.

Have you forgotten that crisis?

Gulf Coast Drilling Disaster 2010

As Isaiah reminded in the "Gulf Coast Drilling Disaster 2010," right before the disaster began, Barack was declaring, "It turns out the oil rigs today generally don't cause oil spills."

And instead of protecting the United States, Barack's big focus was in protecting BP. He did nothing. Except get in bed with BP -- which Isaiah captured in "Working It For BP."

Working It For BP

So let's look at what Peter said, "You're a traitor. You allowed foreign boots on our soil telling our military -- in this case the Coast Guard, telling us, the citiznes of the United States, what we could or could not do." Accurate?

"You're a traitor." An accusation and an opinion. Can Peter back up his opinion?

"You allowed foreign boots on our soil telling our military -- in this case the coastguard . . " -- did that happen? Yes, it did.

"telling us, the citizens of the United States, what we could or could not do" -- did that happen? Yes, it did.

A foreign military/mercenaries was allowed on US soil and allowed to command, threaten and bully. This was allowed by the president of the United States who takes an oath to protect the country, to uphold the Constitution. Peter Fonda's opinion is not surprising. He's made his case.

And that's why he's been attacked. The Cult of St. Barack is allergic to logic.

Some attacks are even more transparent like Richard Eden (Telegraph of London -- no link) who uses half quotes to make it easier for him to pretend outrage. Peter made a movie about a disaster. He's rightly offended by the disaster.

Instead of exploring that -- and facts -- the 'press' wants to attack Peter. He made the statements at two press conferences in Cannes. At the second, he took the trouble to explain that a US government official "contacted him telling him he could not mention at that conference the thousands of dead bay dolphins and dead dolphin fetuses in the Gulf following the BP-Deep Horizon oil 'spill'."

In a functioning press, instead of smears and attacks on Peter, the press would be exploring the efforts of the US government to silence private citizens.
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