Mel-Low Out On Gibson

Mel Gibson was arrested for driving under the influence late last week. When he was arrested he mad a lot of bad comments about the Jewish people. I in no way condone what he said and believe that Mel has a lot of issues. The drunk tongue says what the sober mind thinks. Having said all that, Gibson apologized for the remarks, made while he was obviously drunk, and he seemed to be sincere. Unfortunately, a lot of people can not forgive him and this incident, while reprehensible, has garnered much more attention then it should have and in all reality the media, Hollywood, and the liberal blogs (as well as anyone else who is carrying on with this ad nauseam) are demonstrating selective outrage. Remember, Gibson said something bad about Jewish people and people are outraged. But, where was the outrage when these statements were made or incidents occurred?

  • My son joined the Army to protect America, not Israel. (Cindy Sheehan)
  • From the beginning, this war was orchestrated from top to bottom by Jewish Neocons that saw the war as one for Israel’s strategic objectives. They ramped up the war through Jews such as Perle and Wolfowitz, the false intelligence through CIA analyst Stuart Cohen and by Israel’s Mossad, and had a compliant Jewish-dominated media to cheer on the war. The truth is the Iraq War has inflicted incredible damage on America and the American people. It is war against America rather than in defense of America. (David Duke)
  • A Hasidic Jewish driver in Brooklyn’s Crown Heights section accidentally kills Gavin Cato, a 7-year-old black child, and antisemitic riots erupt. Sharpton races to pour gasoline on the fire. At Gavin’s funeral he rails against the “diamond merchants” — code for Jews — with “the blood of innocent babies” on their hands. He mobilizes hundreds of demonstrators to march through the Jewish neighborhood, chanting, “No justice, no peace.” A rabbinical student, Yankel Rosenbaum, is surrounded by a mob shouting “Kill the Jews!” and stabbed to death. (Al Sharpton)
  • During a private conversation in 1984, Jackson referred to Jews as Hymies and to New York as Hymietown. He later apologized. (Source)
  • “These false Jews promote the filth of Hollywood that is seeding the American people and the people of the world and bringing you down in moral strength…It’s the wicked Jews the false Jews that are promoting Lesbianism, homosexuality. It’s wicked Jews, false Jews that make it a crime for you to preach the word of God, then they call you homophobic!” (Louis Farrakhan)

Now, all of these items are equally reprehensible. They are all aimed at blaming the Jews for the ills of the world. Momma Moonbat said her son died for Israel and the KKK David Duke reaffirmed that. Jackson, Sharpton, and Farrakhan, guys who scream bloody murder whenever they perceive that blacks have been treated unfairly, all take pot shots at the Jews. Where was the public outrage?

How many people tried to put any of these people out of business (though that would have been appreciated)? How many people in the liberal world or in Hollywood asked that these never be forgiven? As a matter of fact, except for Jackson, there is no indication any of them apologized. Yet, he was forgiven and the rest were never taken to task.

What they ALL said was wrong. What is equally wrong is the disproportionate response between the way Gibson (Conservative) was treated and the way the rest (Liberals) were treated. Wrong is wrong and political ideology should not guide one’s “morality.”



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One Response to “Mel-Low Out On Gibson”

  1. Thank you! Well said except I disagree with you on one point. The drunken tongue does NOT always say what the sober mind thinks. Nope, not in my case anyway and I can only speak for myself.

    The cops and Mel were the only ones there when he was arrested so who really knows what was said. I know Mel has apologized for whatever things he may have said but all these people outraged were not there to hear what was, or was not said.

    There a lot bigger things people need to be concerned with other than what Mel Gibson said when he was effin’ drunk.