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March 25, 2007

Iran TV Praises Hollywood Bush Opposition

Broadcast 25 March on Iranian state satellite TV (IRINN)

Female announcer: The implementation of warlike Bush policies has been protested by most American citizens, even by this nation's famous film artists.

Male narrator: Bush never imagined that even an unpretentious low-budget film would become so connected to his political life or that his dreams would turn into cinematic nightmares.

The film is "Mystic River" made by Clint Eastwood in 2003, and was nominated for an Oscar for best director. Sean Penn and Tim Robbins won Oscars as Best actor and best supporting actor, and shortly afterwards all three of them became the first opponents of Bush's policies.

Clint Eastwood said American democracy in Iraq was broken. Tim Robbins said Bush's war had caused the deaths of thousands of Americans and called for his resignation.

However throughout these years Sean Penn has been the most vocal Bush opponent among his fellow cast members in "Mystic River." He has traveled to Iraq several times and went to Iran in the spring of 2005.

Film critic Seyyed Mostaghani: When he returned to America I went to my home at the hotel and saw they they had called me and said Sean Penn is in Iran, and all of these American media did not know that he had returned to America or how to convey the news to the world.

In his most recent remarks Penn said Bush and his colleagues are the perpetrators of innumerable crimes including treason, deception and conspiracy and he called for Bush to be put on trial.

The Mystic River is still flowing and making nightmares for Bush.

Michael Moore is a leading American film director and critic of the Bush group. He is a powerfula and controversial 53-year-old who won an Oscar for the film "Bowling for Columbine" and harshly attacked Bush in the film "Fahrenheit 9/11." He is very famous because of his highly critical view of the number one man in the White House.

In his most recent letter he wrote in a sarcastic tone "Mr. President, The only way you are going to beat a nation of 27 million -- Iraq -- is to send in at least 28 million! Here's how it would work:

"The first 27 million Americans go in and kill one Iraqi each. That will quickly take care of any insurgency. The other one million of us will stay and rebuild the country. Simple." [taken from michaelmoore.com]

Moore likewise said that to get the 28 million soldiers he could invite the all the neo-con viewers of the FOX Network, and in conclusion he promised he would write again.

Robert Redford, Clint Eastwood, Dustin Hoffman, Tim Robbins, Sean Penn and Michael Moore, for reasons that are very clear, will continue to work against the Bush group.

Reporter Modaqeq: Is this the end of Bush? He is opposed by all of the world's truth-seeking people.

Crossposted from Satellite News

Posted by John at March 25, 2007 5:56 PM

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