More Leftist Propaganda From Hollywood

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Can’t say I’m surprised that Matt Damon’s new movie, The Bourne Ultimatum, is chock full of leftist fantasies of eeeevil Conservatives water-boarding the enemy and destroying all of mankind.  Here is the liberal movie reviewer Anthony Kaufmann writing in glee at the liberal lovefest: (h/t Newsbusters)

A stinging rebuke against Cheney-esque black ops and torture tactics, Universal Pictures’ The Bourne Ultimatum is more than just a heart-stopping international espionage thriller: It is Hollywood’s most direct attack against the Bush Regime since George Clooney’s one-two punch of Good Night and Good Luck and Syriana. If those more "sophisticated" dramas preached to the choir about our deteriorating civil liberties and oil-fueled overseas obsessions, the third film in the mega-successful Bourne action franchise offers up a picture of corrupt clandestine leadership for all to see — where every Matt Damon fan can also enjoy high-powered American government officials as arch-villains committing treasonous and reckless activities without oversight.

Ok, first.  This is a Hollywood movie.  Everyone and their mother understands the place is crawling with leftists so to call this a "stinging rebuke" against tactics that every nation on this earth has used for centuries, with good reason and with positive results, is just plain ignorant.

But is the film really a liberal fantasy, where the bad CIA leaders get punished for their penchant for waterboarding, "experimental interrogations," "rendition" and the manipulation of American soldiers’ minds with intimidation and humiliation? It sure seems so, as bullish Rumsfeld-like strategies are depicted as inept, while the sensitive, sympathetic touch of Joan Allen’s CIA head Pamela Landy is shown as the most effective way to combat renegade forces. If conservatives like to label Tinseltown as leftwing, The Bourne Ultimatum should do little to assuage their concerns.

We all know how well that "sensitive, sympathetic touch" worked during the Clinton years.  Either way, no one should be surprised that Hollywood is making another leftist fantasy…I mean that IS their bread and butter.  They live such insulated ignorant lives what else would they make?

Curt served in the Marine Corps for four years and has been a law enforcement officer in Los Angeles for the last 24 years.

4 Responses to “More Leftist Propaganda From Hollywood”

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    Holy-wood (actors) has lost most of the movie goer’s to animation. The live actors are now restricted to making ‘anti-american’ garbage that the left wingers will shell out the bucks to see. They are in the do or die catch all. Too stupid to see it coming.

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    And Hollywierd wonders why they are earning less and less every year. Will they “get it”? Well, the print news industry has not gotten it after years of losses, so I doubt drugged-out, PC blinded, fantasy land ‘elites’ of Hollywierd will.

    Note though, that the left has no problems using any of these tactics against “right-winged” villians in movies like “ATF” and “Militia”. The left has no problems with “domestic spying” when the targets are conservatives instead of Islamic terrorists. Of course, Clinton did true “domestic spying” against American citizens in the 90s, but the left does not “cair”. To these leftists, those were “correct” targets as they dared to quote the Constitution, question the deaths of many who were investigating Clinton, and who were worried about abuses by the ATF and other agencies. The Bush “domestic spying” focuses only on terrorists sending messages to people WITHIN the USA from OUTSIDE the USA. When we kill a terrorist in Iraq or Afghanistan (or any other area we are oporating) and he has someone INSIDE the USA is on his “IN” network, I sure as heck want to know why this person is in contact with a terrorist,

    One more movie I will never see; joining a very long list. Considering dwindling ticket sales (while ticket costs skyrocket), I think much of America agrees.

    BTW, ever wonder why movies are judged by gross income and not by number of tickets sold?

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