Letter: Spielberg, 'Munich' undermines Israel

Publié le par David CASTEL


Thursday, December 29, 2005

To the editor:
     I beg to differ with Mr. James Verniere who has reviewed the new Spielberg movie "Munich." Mr. Verniere opines that "The people attacking 'Munich,' especially politicians, would like the world to be black and white. But the truth as 'Munich' dares to show, is that it almost never is."
     Where Mr. Verniere is wrong is that for this particular event - the kidnapping and murder of the Israeli athletes - one has to take either a black or white position. Palestinian terrorists broke one of the last rules of a civilized society - murdering athletes at a world event that at least for a few days is supposed to bring friends and foes together.


     Not only are we witnessing the resurgence of anti-Semitism all over the world, not only Arab countries promote vile anti-Semite propaganda, not only the president of Iran calls for the extermination of Israel, but Spielberg finds the need to give a platform to terrorist murderers so they can explain "their side of the story."
     The moral of the Spielbergs of the world is that when Jewish people stand up and avenge, we need to look very carefully at their tortured souls and also we need to understand the murderers and explain their motivation, all while employing a mass distribution medium. Jewish people are much more cuter when they peacefully walk into the gas chambers a la "Schindler's List." Spielberg is another Jewish leftist that instead of seeking therapy for his own neurosis has opted to undermine the besieged state of Israel.
     Samuel Rabino
     Newton

Publié dans Critiques USA

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