Spielberg Drops Out As Beijing Olympics Adviser Over Darfur

DAVE SKRETTA | February 12, 2008 08:23 PM EST
Film director Steven Spielberg and actress Mia Farrow joined activists worldwide Tuesday in using the Olympics as a backdrop to address human rights concerns, urging Beijing to exert political leverage on Sudan’s government to help end the crisis in Darfur
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The delusional righteousness of Steven Spielberg, Mia Farrow and all those other phony “Save Darfur” activists

It really is incredible the gall and extreme hypocrisy of people who cry crocodile tears for Darfur. If they are really concerned about stopping the violence in Darfur they would discuss all the factors contributing to it. As Americans, Steven Spielberg and Mia Farrow should be discussing the role of the Untied States in fueling the violence in Darfur. Learn more about it from these two articles.
One is written by Keith Harmon Snow

the other is written by F William Engdahl

Why don’t the “Save Darfur” activists have anything to say about the United States’ role in the genocide in the Congo?

What about the genocide in Iraq?

What about the genocide in Somalia?

As long as people spend most of their time preaching to other countries and not to their own country, genocides will continue to occur.


February 16, 2008 - Posted by | China, Darfur, Ethiopia, genocide, Holocaust, human rights, Israel, media, Mia Farrow, news, Not On Our Watch, politics,, Somalia, Steven Spielberg, Sudan, United States


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  2. Mia Farrow is out of her mind.

    After so many years of inaction and indifference by the West, we suddenly want to blame Darfur on China? There are plenty of blame to go around, starting with our support of the SPLA and John Garang 10 years ago:

    At any rate the original Darfur mess we started has since been replaced with inter-tribal conflict and herdsmen fighting for territory. Neither Khartoum nor Beijing has much influence over that.

    China is simply a scapegoat.

    Comment by Charles L | February 18, 2008 | Reply

  3. Today’s News (Feb 28, 2008) – Four Palestinian Children Killed by Isreali Air Raid

    CALLING Farrow and Spielberg – Where are you??!! These children are in need of your voice and attention… STILL CALLING…

    Who are we kidding? And where are these jokers when a million Iraqis were killed, and still being killed as we speak? Do some math, that is four times the casulty in Darfur! Wait, I think I see some connection here: Iraqis and Palestians are Arabs. As are the Sudanese government. Anyone has any doubt as to why Farrow and Spielberg are quiet about the Palestians and Iraqis but make a lot of noises about Darfur?

    To the likes of Farrow and Spielberg: Don’t try to impose your hatred of the Arabs to the rest of the world and force the rest of us to follow your own agenda.

    Comment by Mike Spiker | February 28, 2008 | Reply

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