Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Make Friday a night of protest

I’m not a big blog I don’t have any  kind of readership no one may ever see this but I feel compelled to say and do something.

We as a people must do something. If the Hollywood community does not  withdraw its opposition to the extradition of Roman Polanski to the US to face the consequences of his crime, I suggest we go out on Friday night don’t go to the movies, we avoid them, make a point of it. If you feel brave enough, tell them, by phone or in person, (call you local movie house) you will not visit them that night and tell them why. And if they fight us still we do it again and again and again until they at last understand! This is a line we will not them let cross! A road we will not travel with them! It end here it ends now!!!

In March 1977, the 44-year-old Polanski gave a 13-year-old girl champagne and Quaaludes, then raped her, he did so after she said “no” he did so while she cried and said no, according to the 13 year-old victim’s grand jury testimony. He was convicted of a lesser charge — statutory rape — because he agreed to plead guilty.

This is a link to that testimony.

Polanski spent 42 days in a mental institution for an evaluation. When he was released he thought he was going to get time served and probation, but latter believed that the judge would reject the plea (the Judge has that right) so he fled to France to live a privileged life in his home country. He was arrested this week when he went to Switzerland to receive a lifetime achievement award. 

Who ever defends this man needs to have their picture put on a telephone poll in the neighborhood where they live so parents can keep their children away from them.

“a case of morals.”

That is the phrase used in a petition in support of the release of Roman Polanski who was arrested this week 31 years after fleeing the US to avoid prison for the drugging and rape of a 13 year old girl.

Petition for Roman Polanski
We have learned the astonishing news of Roman Polanski's arrest by the Swiss police on September 26th, upon arrival in Zurich (Switzerland) while on his way to a film festival where he was due to receive an award for his career in filmmaking.
His arrest follows an American arrest warrant dating from 1978 against the filmmaker, in a case of morals.
Filmmakers in France, in Europe, in the United States and around the world are dismayed by this decision. It seems inadmissible to them that an international cultural event, paying homage to one of the greatest contemporary filmmakers, is used by the police to apprehend him.
By their extraterritorial nature, film festivals the world over have always permitted works to be shown and for filmmakers to present them freely and safely, even when certain States opposed this.
The arrest of Roman Polanski in a neutral country, where he assumed he could travel without hindrance, undermines this tradition: it opens the way for actions of which no-one can know the effects.
Roman Polanski is a French citizen, a renown and international artist now facing extradition. This extradition, if it takes place, will be heavy in consequences and will take away his freedom.
Filmmakers, actors, producers and technicians - everyone involved in international filmmaking - want him to know that he has their support and friendship.
On September 16th, 2009, Mr. Charles Rivkin, the US Ambassador to France, received French artists and intellectuals at the embassy. He presented to them the new Minister Counselor for Public Affairs at the embassy, Ms Judith Baroody. In perfect French she lauded the Franco-American friendship and recommended the development of cultural relations between our two countries.
If only in the name of this friendship between our two countries, we demand the immediate release of Roman Polanski.

And these are the names of those who signed it. This should be the end of their careers. Remember who they are, tell them how this is unacceptable, stop them from protecting this pedophile!!!


Fatih Akin, Stephane Allagnon, Woody Allen, Pedro Almodovar, Wes Anderson, Jean-Jacques Annaud, Alexandre Arcady, Fanny Ardant, Asia Argento, Darren Aronofsky, Olivier Assayas, Alexander Astruc, Gabriel Auer, Luc Barnier , Christophe Barratier, Xavier Beauvois , Liria Begeja , Gilles Behat, Jean-Jacques Beineix, Marco Bellochio, Monica Bellucci, Djamel Bennecib, Giuseppe Bertolucci , Patrick Bouchitey, Paul Boujenah, Jacques Bral, Patrick Braoudé, André Buytaers, Christian Carion, Henning Carlsen, Jean-michel Carre, Mathieu Celary, Patrice Chéreau, Elie Chouraqui, Souleymane Cissé, Alain Corneau, Jérôme Cornuau, Miguel Courtois, Dominique Crevecoeur, Alfonso Cuaron, Luc et Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Jonathan Demme, Alexandre Desplat, Rosalinde et Michel Deville, Georges Dybman, Jacques Fansten, Joël Farges, Gianluca Farinelli (Cinémathèque de de Bologne), Etienne Faure, Michel Ferry, Scott Foundas, Stephen Frears, Thierry Frémaux, Sam Gabarski, René Gainville, Tony Gatlif, Costa Gavras, Jean-Marc Ghanassia, Terry Gilliam, Christian Gion, Marc Guidoni, Buck Henry, David Heyman, Laurent Heynemann, Robert Hossein, Jean-Loup Hubert, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Gilles Jacob, Just Jaeckin, Alain Jessua, Pierre Jolivet, Kent Jones (World Cinema Foundation), Roger Kahane, Nelly Kaplan, Wong Kar Waï, Ladislas Kijno, Harmony Korinne, Jan Kounen, Diane Kurys, Emir Kusturica, John Landis, Claude Lanzmann, André Larquié, Vinciane Lecocq, Patrice Leconte, Claude Lelouch, Gérard Lenne, David Lynch, Michael Mann, François Margolin, Jean-PierreMarois, Tonie Marshall, Mario Martone, Nicolas Mauvernay, Radu Mihaileanu, Claude Miller, Mario Monicelli, Jeanne Moreau, Sandra Nicolier, Michel Ocelot, Alexander Payne, Richard Pena (Directeur Festival de NY), Michele Placido, Philippe Radault, Jean-Paul Rappeneau, Raphael Rebibo, Yasmina Reza, Jacques Richard, Laurence Roulet, Walter Salles, Jean-Paul Salomé, Marc Sandberg, Jerry Schatzberg, Julian Schnabel, Barbet Schroeder, Ettore Scola, Martin Scorsese, Charlotte Silvera, Abderrahmane Sissako, Paolo Sorrentino, Guillaume Stirn, Tilda Swinton, Jean-Charles Tacchella, Radovan Tadic, Danis Tanovic, Bertrand Tavernier, Cécile Telerman, Alain Terzian, Pascal Thomas, Giuseppe Tornatore, Serge Toubiana, Nadine Trintignant, Tom Tykwer, Alexandre Tylski, Betrand Van Effenterre, Wim Wenders.
+Erika Abrams, Gianni Amelio, Roger Andrieux, Alexandre Babel, Jean-François Balmer, Véra Belmont, Alain Berliner, Pascal Berney, Lucien Blacher, Catherine Boissière, Thierry Boscheron, Freddy Bossy, Patrick Bouchitey, Cédric Bouchoucha, Katia Boutin (Membre de l'équipe du dernier film de Roman Polanski "The Ghost"), Guila Braoudé, Anne Burki, Lionel Cassan (Membre de l'équipe du dernier film de Roman Polanski "The Ghost"), Teco Celio, Christophe Champclaux, Brigitte Chesneau, Catherine Chouchan, Jean- Pierre Clech, Henri Codenie, Robert Cohen,  Guy Courtecuisse (Membre de l'équipe du dernier film de Roman Polanski "The Ghost"), Morgan Crestel, Frédéric Damien, Sophie Danon, Hervé de Luze (Membre de l'équipe du dernier film de Roman Polanski "The Ghost"), Benoît Delmas, Dante Desarthe, Romain Desbiens, Thomas Desjonquères (Membre de l'équipe du dernier film de Roman Polanski "The Ghost"), Guillaume D'Ham (Membre de l'équipe du dernier film de Roman Polanski "The Ghost"), Christelle Didier (Membre de l'équipe du dernier film de Roman Polanski "The Ghost"), Kathrin DiPaola, Ariel Dorfman, Jean Teddy Filippe (Membre de l'équipe du dernier film de Roman Polanski "The Ghost"), Martine Fitoussi, Matteo Garone, Catherine Gaudin-Montalto, Stéphane Gizard, Christophe Goumand, Dimitri Haulet, Dominique Hollier, Isabelle Hontebeyrie, Frédéric Horiszny, Anne Jeandet, Arthur Joffé, Paola Jullian, Richard Klebinder, Jean Labadie, David Lanzmann, Françoise Lassale, Carole Laure, Christine Laurent-Blixen, Emilien Lazaron (Membre de l'équipe du dernier film de Roman Polanski "The Ghost"),  Pierre et Renée Lhomme, Marceline Loridan-Ivens, Christine Mathis,  Christopher, Spencer et Claire Mc Andrew, Allison Michel, Jean-Louis Milesi, Jean-Marc Modeste , Christian Mvogo Mbarga, Juliette Nicolas-Donnard, Eric Pape, Abner Pastoll, Olivier Père, Suzana Peric (Membre de l'équipe du dernier film de Roman Polanski "The Ghost"), Jacques Perrin, Thomas Pibarot, Anne Pigeon Bormans, Sabrina Poidevin, Agnès Catherine Poirier, Harry Prenger, Gilbert Primet, Tristan Rain, Jo Reymen, Laurence Reymond, Christiane Rhein, Avital Ronell, Marc Saffar, Gabriela Salazar Scherman, Jean-Frédéric Samie, Pierre Schumacher, Luis Gustavo Sconza Zaratin Soares, Frank Segier, Guy Seligmann, Julien Seri, Pierre Silvant, Roch Stephanik, Jean-Marc Surcin, André Techiné, Valentine Theret,  Jaques Vallotton, Jean-Pierre Vergne, Sarah Vermande, Gilles Walusinski, Anaïse Wittmann, Arnaud Xainte, Christian Zeender.
EDIT: new names
Isabelle Adjani
Antoine Aronin
Paul Auster
Morgane Beauverger
Candice Belaisch-Goldchmit
Yamina Benguigui
Pascal Bruckner
Jessika Cohen
Philippe Corbé
Jean-Paul Dayan
Katarina De Meulder
Arielle Dombasle
Nathalie Faucheux
Corinne Figuet
Pierre Forciniti
Louis Garrel
Albert Gauvin
Johanna Gozlan
Davide Homitsu Riboli
Taylor Hackford
Isabelle Huppert
Neil Jordan
Thierry Kamami
Milan Kundera
Gaelle Lancien
Claude Lanzmann
Bernard-Henri Lévy
Sam Mendes
Camille Meyer
Patrick Mimouni
Yann Moix
Mike Nichols
Sandra Nicolier
Marie Nieves Perez Neël
Salman Rushdie
Carine Sarna
Ysabelle Saura Del Pan
William Shawcross
Olivier Soares Barbosa
Steven Soderbergh
Nil Symchowicz
Danièle Thompson
Eugenia Varela Navarro
Diane von Furstenberg
Margaret Walker
Elsa Zylberstein

These are the new morals that the European left wants us to adopt.

Monday, September 28, 2009

You IT guys are always complaining

Just try explaining this to one of you clients

Liar's Tip # 3

Don’t use the same lie to tell different stories, it just doesn’t work

Here we have the President telling the Congressional Black Caucus a story of how a world leader (unnamed) Asked him a question at the G20 summit.

"He says, 'We don't understand it. You're trying to make sure everybody has health care and they're putting a Hitler mustache on you -- I don't -- that doesn't make sense to me. Explain that to me.'"

And here we have the President on Late Night with David Letterman telling the same story in a more general way.

“And when I talk to other world leaders who are paying attention to this argument, and they hear some of this stuff—and these are, in some cases, conservative leaders; they are heads of center-right governments—and they don’t understand why it is that Americans would not want to set up a system that would save them money over time, would work better, would make people healthier,” the president said.

So Someone (unnamed) asked a question at the G20 and Obama told the CBC about it, then he told the nation on the Letterman show…

No the Letterman show was before the G20 summit. The story is an old standard (insert subject matter of the day) use by the left. It is used most often to imply that we Americans are backwards and need to adopt more of the “liberal thinking” of our European betters. I knew this when he made it up on the Letterman show and I knew it when he made it up for the CBC

Friday, September 25, 2009

Is it live?

or is it Obama

Watch his smile, it never changes, ever. Never bigger for one or small for another, that’s just creepy.

Barack Obama's amazingly consistent smile from Eric Spiegelman on Vimeo.

HT: Hot Air

Source photos from the State Dept. on flickr

Dodging bullets

Looks like we dodged a big one this week with the arrest of several people around the nation including 2 who parked what they thought were bombs in front of their intended targets  in Dallas and Chicago

"He stood out based on his vehement intention to actually conduct terror attacks in the United States," FBI supervisory special agent Thomas Petrowski wrote in the affidavit.

The targets…

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With this and the New York and Denver busts and the Stadium warnings you can see we are still in a war and the bad guys really do want to hurt us.  We are lucky to have great people, the smartest and bravest, serving us in law enforcement and the military, they are the one who keep the war far from home.

Lets shoot some pool

with the dog

Monday, September 21, 2009

A picture is worth

Well I don’t know what the Chinese word for words is but you get the picture


HT: comment at HotAir.com by blamegame

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Do they know?

I’m watching the Emmys because I’m too lazy to change the channel. I was wondering if the presenters doing this show know that the jokes they’re reading are the dumbest most unfunny things ever written. Who writes this stuff and why would anyone let them near a pen?


I'm turning it off now.

Monday, September 14, 2009

A report from the Clintonized zone

Oh the horrors, the inhumanity, can we as a nation ever move beyond this heinous act?

U.S. Condemned For Pre-Emptive Use Of Hillary Clinton Against Pakistan

This from the Onion (its fake news, satire) HT: HotAir

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Now we know the price

Not long ago former President Bill Clinton went to North Korea and retrieve two captured US  journalist. We were told this was a no string attached deal, a gift, a thank you to Clinton for taking the time to pose in a photo with the “Great Leader”. I knew and many others knew this was not the case, We knew a price would have to be paid, today we know that price.


US Shifts Policy, Willing to Meet 1-on-1 With North Korea

The US shifted its policy today, saying it is now willing to meet one on one with North Korea if that is helpful to bring Pyongyang back to the nuclear negotiations.

Well it appears this is so helpful that North Korea is planning a third nuclear test

North Korea leader Kim Jong Il told his top military and party officials last month to prepare for another nuclear weapons test in the event the U.S. continues to pressure North Korea and reject its attempts at starting dialogue,

Friday, September 11, 2009

Sounds good, but

Independent Safeguarding Authority

If you live in the UK you now need a license to drive your neighbors kids to the boy scouts on Fridays.

It is the first time the true scope has been revealed and will cover even those with the briefest of contact with children.


A Home Office spokesman said the rules for parents were "a commonsense approach", adding: "The UK already has one of the most advanced systems in the world for carrying out checks on all those who work in positions of trust with children and vulnerable adults.

"Set up in the wake of the Soham murders, the new Vetting and Barring Scheme will, from October this year, ensure these regulations are even more rigorous."

Thursday, September 10, 2009

A stolen paragraph

A quote from a comment on HotAir.com from MB4

The Race Card is the most rapid-fire all purpose psy-ops weapon of mass deception ever conceived by man. It can be fired by even the otherwise untrainable and, in fact, is especially suited for repeated use by them. It has no reason. It has little rhyme. It has no expiration date. It doesn’t even appear to have a half life.There are those who theorize that It may continue to exist indefinitely in some form even after time itself has come to an end.

Of course we have our own catch-all term… Communist

May 30th 174

But at least we can provide the evidence to back it up.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Obama gets a talking too

Old school TV reminds a 21st century president about the greatness of the country he leads.

why does it need to come to this?

Thursday, September 3, 2009

What are your kids learning these days?

The opening is a bit over the top but you’ll soon forget about that.


HT: Theo Sparks not always sfw