Saturday, January 07, 2006

George Clooney:It was important the bombers be most sympathetic.

Entertainment: Just further proof how Hollywood falls in love with enemy, confusing their lack of morals for intelligence.

Fox News reporter William La Jeunesse stated that "'Syriana' is based on the true story of a CIA operative sent to assassinate Saddam Hussein." He adds: "But in the hands of actor/producer George Clooney, the story changes Saddam into an benevolent Arab prince. And Hezbollah saves the agent's life. Americans are shown to be greedy and corrupt, while suicide bombers are presented as freedom fighters." Real Player or Windows Media Mr. Clooney elaborated on his reasons for making the film’s suicide bombers so sympathetic: "They are, in a way, the most sympathetic, but I think that's important. Because if you are going to fight a war on terror, which is not a state that you can go and bomb, then you need to understand what it is that creates the people who would do such horrible things, rather then just saying- labeling them as evildoers."
I call it now, Clooney first choice to produce a movie based on Beslan where he is sympathetic to the terrorists.

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