July 31, 2006

Mel Gibson denies anti-Semitism, urges skeptics to hold opinion till after they view his new film, “Jews run everything, there was no holocaust”

Posted in satire at 8:09 am by thewashingtonbeltsider

by Paula Berrer

Actor Mel Gibson has been asking critics to withold judgment on his latest film, “Jews run everything, there was no holocaust,” based on a circa-1940 French-German propaganda pamphlet, till after they have seen it.

Gibson came under recent fire after a rumored profanity and hatred-laced polemic against arresting officers in Malibu, and was accused of anti-semitism over his portrayal of Jews in his film, “The Passion of the Christ.”

“This film is not in any way anti-semitic,” he said, “and anyone who thinks otherwise should be marched off and summarily shot and killed.”

He was susequently remanded back to “Darker Spaces,” the rehab facility where he has spent time, off and on, since 1981.

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