Oscar winner Ashghar Farhadi sent an emmisary to the Oscars Sunday night to read a statement since he was boycotting the event over President Trump’s immigration policy. That anti-Trump statement received a huge round of applause from the bejeweled and tuxed stars.
I’m sure that there was no politics whatsoever in awarding an Oscar to the Muslim, whose country, Iran, allegedly threatens the world by making a nuclear bomb.
What’s going on here? Jews control Hollywood. Have the Jews developed a soft spot for Muslims now? Why give a Muslim a world-wide stage to reach millions with his message?
Well, for one thing that message did not speak to Israel. Nope. Not a word of criticism of Jews.
It seems that the Jews are willing to let Muslims win a crumb here and a crumb there when those Muslims will bash President Trump and the concept that the USA must have borders to be a nation.
The Hollywood Jew’s wish to destroy white, Christian America is its #1 priority. And so a Muzzie speaks at the Oscars. But he only speaks a politically correct message that leaves out the Jews.
Iranian director Asghar Farhadi won the Oscar for best foreign language film for “The Salesman” Sunday night, but said in a statement read on his behalf at the Academy Awards by Anousheh Ansari that he was not attending because of the disrespect he said the United States had shown seven majority Muslim countries who had been named in a travel ban earlier this month by the Trump administration.
“It a great honor to be receiving this valuable award for the second time,” Farhadi said in his statement, and after thanking those who worked with him on the film, got down to brass tacks.
“I’m sorry I’m not with you tonight. My absence is out of respect for the people of my country and those of other six nations whom have been disrespected by the inhumane law that bans entry of immigrants to the U.S.”
After pausing for the applause of those gathered, Ansari continued with Farhadi’s statement.
“Dividing the world into the ‘us’ and ‘our enemies’ categories creates fear, a deceitful justification for aggression and war,” he said, adding that filmmakers create empathy, “and empathy we need to today now more than ever.”
“Empathy,” the man says. Empathy can get you killed. Haven’t we shown enough empathy? I suppose that message of empathy, which sounds like it was written by a Jew, means we must feel for every turd world parasite until we, the host, are dead.