Monday, February 18, 2008

'Dictator's cut'

Translated from Farsi in the February issue of Harper's, an Iranian journalist's reaction to director Oliver Stone's interest in shooting a documentary of President/nut job Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
In light of the history of measures by Western media against Iran's Islamic system and the dominant influence of global Zionism on that media empire, being optimistic about Oliver Stone's request or hoping that he refrains from deliberate manipulations would be an irreparable mistake.

Oliver Stone is the director of the film Alexander, about Alexander of Macedon. Because of Alexander's overthrow of the Achaemenid dynasty and the savage mass killings carried out by his army, he is hated by Iranians. Throughout his film World Trade Center, Stone tried to show 9/11 as an attack by the world of Islam against the West. The Doors commemorated one of America's most perverted, half-mad singers, who enjoyed urinating on the heads of his fans during concerts. ]FK drew a picture of John F. Kennedy as a political saint, as ordered by America's Democratic Party. The film played an undeniable role in Bill Clinton's successful run for the White House. In Nixon, an overthrown and warmongering president who initiated several conflicts is shown as an innocent and blameless individual. All these facts leave no room for doubt concerning Oliver Stone's allegiance to America's key policies, even if some groups, out of ignorance, call him an independent filmmaker.

How can we voluntarily go under this filmmaker's knife? The outcome of such a venture will not be a realistic portrayal of Ahmadinejad the intellectual and peacemaker but a portrait of Ahmadinejad according to Stone, Hollywood, and global Zionism.
Yeah, if Ahmadinejad looks bad, it's the Jews fault. That lovable old dictator is really a pretty decent guy ...

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