Wednesday, 23 January 2008

Film Special


The Alliance's notoriously unreliable show business sources inform us that the cruelly overrated Sacha Baron Cohen is all set to exhume his hit comedy character 'Borat' in a sequel set in present day Gaza.

Mr Cohen ,whose 'modus hilarity' might well be described as 'by way of deception', is clearly concerned about the rise of anti semitism there.

"It's a responsibility I cannot shirk." said the oscar nominee. "It's close to my home in Tel Aviv and the economic situation means I can pay even less than those peasants got in Romania".

Ever the optimist, and a great believer in the healing power of laughter, he continued:

"One of the great things is I can re-use so much material! I can appear at a burst sewage tank and shout 'It's all the fucking jews' while dancing around the children drowned in shit."

"If someone gets hit by an airstrike I'll say 'This is jew work', that way they'll realise it's their own fault!"

He remains aware that the situation on the ground might pose some production problems:

"It'll be hard to work in the 'Throw a jew down the well' song, as there isn't any drinking water in that area anymore" the perfectionist reflected morosely.

Naturally, there's a serious side to this comedy zionist's project:
Through his light hearted strategy, he hopes to enlighten the residents of Gaza regarding their resentment of the chosen people. He says of his character:

"By himself being anti-Semitic, he lets people lower their guard and expose their own prejudice, whether it's anti-Semitism or an acceptance of anti-Semitism. I want them to realise this before we finally get rid of them all"

Some might wonder if his unique brand of humour will be relevant amongst the carnage of a military occupation and the brutal privations of illegal collective punishment by Israel's army.
The supremacist golden globe winner was quick to counter:

"Before I worked at Goldman Sachs I studied the Holocaust at Cambridge, and this situation is completely different from the Warsaw Ghetto. I don't have to point out there are no jews inside Gaza"


Visibly moved, he tugged at his director's cut schindler's list t-shirt and explained how he wanted to reach out, past their worthless parents, to Gaza's young. He hoped they would join his youth club - Habonim Dror.

"We don't sit around feeling sorry for ourselves just because we have no food or electricity" he says passionately "...we learn about leadership, the genocide in Darfur and how brave soldiers die trying to steal Lebanon's water"

Both Labour and Conservative 'Enemies of Palestine' parliamentary pressure groups are as enthusiastic about this project as they are about the liberation of Gaza's gas deposits from their rightful owners. They urged Gordon Brown to support it. In response, the fat cunt reiterated part of last years speech to them:

"When I was growing up, Kirkcaldy and Tel Aviv were linked very closely because my father used to spend many weeks in Israel...I learned very young of the struggles, the sacrifices the achievements of the new state of Israel and, as long as they're writing the cheques, the Palestinians can go fuck themselves."

Horrific Photgraphs of murdered palestinians courtesy of Progressive Independent

4 comments:

josef goebbels said...

my favourite parts in the Borat movie are the bits where Sacha portrays gypsies and muslims as ignorant, subhuman sister fuckers

I couldn't have done a better job myself

Stef said...

"It'll be hard to work in the 'Throw a jew down the well' song, as there isn't any drinking water in that area anymore"

genius!

off the update the Conspi-Racist blog now...

Reinhard Heydrich said...

Shalem Chanichim Driva a Tank!!

Engelbert Popoff said...

I haven't seen that film fortunately. I like the way he makes genocide funny.

my favourite parts in the Borat movie are the bits where Sacha portrays gypsies and muslims as ignorant, subhuman sister fuckers

Although that is also very skilful.