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Angelina Jolie Conscripted To Sell Genocidal ‘Humanitarian Intervention’ War Doctrine

24 February 2012 117,172 views 54 Comments

By the Editor.

Updated Sunday 26 February, 2012. Click here to go to the update.

Angelina Jolie, Goodwill Ambassador to the UN and member of CFR, is now using her profile to promote NATO’s genocidal ‘humanitarian intervention’ war doctrine. In an interview with the Balkans branch of Al Jazeera (NATO’s ‘Ministry of Truth’), Jolie (whose father has been a staunch defender of George W. Bush and who also visited Israel to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Nakba) promotes her new film ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey’, a pro-war propaganda set-piece centred around the ‘humanitarian intervention’.

Set in Sarajevo, Jolie’s directorial debut aims to justify NATO’s brutal butchery in Bosnia during the 1990s, and Jolie even specifically refers to Syria in her Al Jazeera interview. She puts forth a string of utterly hollow gripes about the inactivity of the ‘international community’ as civilians suffer and die. Jolie’s selective morality means she doesn’t once mention Libya – a nation now butchered, fractured, and transformed into a torture state by NATO’s genocidal ‘humanitarian intervention’; an estimated 100,000 innocent people slaughtered by the very same ‘international community’.

Most likely reading from her pre-defined talking points, Jolie even calls out Russia and China for using their veto powers against the ever benevolent ‘international community’ vis-à-vis Syria.

“I think Syria has gotten to a point, sadly, where some form of, certainly, where some sort of intervention is absolutely necessary.

It’s so disheartening, it’s so sad, it’s so upsetting, it’s so horrible, what’s happening…at this time we just must stop the civilians being slaughtered…when you see that sort of mass violence and murder on the streets we must do something. And I know that the countries in the region are pushing as well, so I feel that this is a good global effort, but then there are these countries that are choosing not to intervene and I don’t feel, I feel very strongly that the use of a veto when you have financial interests in a country should be questioned, and the use of a veto against a humanitarian intervention should be questioned.”

Listen from approximately 8 minutes and 20 seconds in:

Hollywood superstar Angelina ‘Humanitarian’ Jolie is now baying for Syrian blood. The worst part is, due to our pitiful culture of celebrity worship and braindead media consumption, this episode may do great damage to the months of hard work that truth-seekers have done to expose this genocidal doctrine of war.

Update: 26 February, 2012

Yet another celebrity has been conscripted to sell the war on Syria. This time it’s UK singer Joss Stone telling the BBC that “these stories have to be told” otherwise the “massacres will just get worse”.

54 Comments »

  • Ana said:

    For those who are saying that she defends Zionism because she is a Jew, mentally ill, disturbed, had a hard childhood and other personal reasons… come on!

    Reasonings like these are offenses that leads nowhere and only help those who want to defend her.
    Calling her mentally ill is outrageous because those who suffer schizophrenia and other serious disorders have a lot of stigma to cope with.
    Anything that is not good is due to mental disturbance. Please, let’s behave!

    If this is the way “celebrities” that are defending genocides all over the world will be treated say accountability goodbye.

    This is a very serious issue and it must be treated as such.
    Give arguments, phrases addressed to people, and facts such as ANgelina Jolie visiting the Holocausto Museum and addressing speeches to people defending “humanitarian aid” in Libya and Syria.

    Calling her a bitch, whore and any other insult like this is not the way to go.

    There are numerous actors and actresses who are doing movies that defend very evil actions. A movement asking for them to pay close attention to what message the character they are playing is conveying.

    Comments that have ad hominem andad personae attacks are of no use.
    Would you care if a person who don’t even leave a name called you a bitch, whore or whatever?

    My reply would be “Well, coming from someone like you it is a compliment.”

    Let’s ask for accountability the right way.

    P.S. There are numerous comments repeated. I care about the comments because this is the voice of people, isn’t it?

  • KG said:

    Natalie Portman is “ranting” about Al Asad? Ha, I’m sure that was an entirely organic rant. lol

    Meanwhile Scarlet Johansson is selling goods manufactured by Israeli terrorists. Jewesses, all of them, and the rest, their scared minions.

  • Πρόσωπα αγγελικά, έργα διαβολικά. – Kliktv.gr said:

    […] Ποιός/ποιά συνηγόρησε υπέρ μιας ‘ανθρωπιστικής επέμβασης’ στη Συρία και κατηγόρησε τη Ρωσσία και την Κίνα που άσκησαν βέτο; «Νομίζω ότι, δυστυχώς, η Συρία έχει φτάσει σε ένα σημείο όπου αναμφισβήτητα κάποια μορφή, κάποιο είδος επέμβασης κρίνεται απολύτως απαραίτητο. Είναι τόσο απογοητευτικό, είναι τόσο λυπηρό, είναι τόσο ανησυχητικό, είναι τόσο φρικτό αυτό που συμβαίνει … αυτή τη στιγμή πρέπει απλά να σταματήσουμε τις σφαγές των αμάχων … όταν βλέπουμε αυτή τη μαζική βία και τις δολοφονίες στους δρόμους πρέπει να κάνουμε κάτι. Και γνωρίζω ότι οι χώρες στη γύρω περιοχή πιέζουν προς αυτήν την κατεύθυνση και θεωρώ ότι αυτή είναι μια καλή παγκόσμια προσπάθεια, αλλά υπάρχουν επίσης και εκείνες οι χώρες που επιλέγουν να μην επέμβουν και πιστεύω ακράδαντα ότι η χρήση του βέτο θα πρέπει να τίθεται υπό αμφισβήτηση όταν εμπλέκονται οικονομικά συμφέροντα, και ότι η χρήση του βέτο κατά μιας ανθρωπιστικής επέμβασης θα πρέπει να τίθεται υπό αμφισβήτηση». [τέλη Φεβρουαρίου 2012] […]

  • Πρόσωπα αγγελικά, έργα διαβολικά. | Reportaz.biz said:

    […] Είναι τόσο απογοητευτικό, είναι τόσο λυπηρό, είναι τόσο ανησυχητικό, είναι τόσο φρικτό αυτό που συμβαίνει … αυτή τη στιγμή πρέπει απλά να σταματήσουμε τις σφαγές των αμάχων … όταν βλέπουμε αυτή τη μαζική βία και τις δολοφονίες στους δρόμους πρέπει να κάνουμε κάτι. Και γνωρίζω ότι οι χώρες στη γύρω περιοχή πιέζουν προς αυτήν την κατεύθυνση και θεωρώ ότι αυτή είναι μια καλή παγκόσμια προσπάθεια, αλλά υπάρχουν επίσης και εκείνες οι χώρες που επιλέγουν να μην επέμβουν και πιστεύω ακράδαντα ότι η χρήση του βέτο θα πρέπει να τίθεται υπό αμφισβήτηση όταν εμπλέκονται οικονομικά συμφέροντα, και ότι η χρήση του βέτο κατά μιας ανθρωπιστικής επέμβασης θα πρέπει να τίθεται υπό αμφισβήτηση». [τέλη Φεβρουαρίου 2012] […]

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