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NOTE: I sincerely believe with all my heart that this film has about as much to do with the embassy attacks as my dirty socks…
Apparently you haven’t seen the video. The acting was atrocious, the editing worse than most Lady GA-GA fan videos, the special effects are comical and, over all, it was sub par for an amateur film. AND IT HAD A $5 million budget! The whole things smells of a scam. Somebody rooked investors out of $5 million, and delivered a film that cost no more than a few hundred thousand, and is worth even less. Or it was. At least now with the publicity they’ll see a profit…
(I know plenty of people, including myself, who could have made a film
of this quality better than this one on a far smaller budget)
Anyhow, back to your question… Let me put it this way: Would you be pretending to care about “Freedom of Speech” if a known Muslim with a criminal past made an anti Christian film which was intentionally insulting & inflammatory?
We can’t read minds, but in this case we don’t have to. The film maker set out to pan Islam. He admits it. If he said it was “Art,” if he claimed he was making an artistic statement that would be one thing, but decent people would condemn anyone with malicious motives, and this guy’s motives were malicious — by his own words.
Again, I do not believe that this film had anything to do with the embassy attacks, and last I heard neither do you. So it’s not like either of our views are influenced here by the Muslim extremists behind the attacks. Defend this film or condemn it, promote it or ban it: It’s all the same as far as what happened in Libya and Egypt goes.
A really sleazy “Film Maker” with a criminal past swindled some investors into paying $5 million for crappy film that probably cost a lot, lot less to make. The director said his intentions were malicious, that he wanted to portray Islam in a very negative light (that was his goal). And now, thanks to all the publicity, they’ll probably make $20 million (or more) off this monstrosity.
Oh. And you’re complaining about it, pretending that these crooks are victims. Man, you’re stupid…
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