Last month it was Carrie-Anne "I look great in Spandex" Moss, this week it's Will "I'm famous for sayin 'yeah'" Smith, and Pamela "Miss Silicone 1995" Anderson.
So what crazy spiel have these face-masks been spewing this week. Let's start with Will Smith, famous for "The Fresh Prince of Bell End." Whoops.. air. Air! AIR!! I meant Bel Air! Honest! It wasn't a Freudian slip.
Old Willy and his wifey (Jada Pinkett Smith) had a bit of a rant about some Hollywood awards, complaining that there were no black people in the nominations, which they said was racist. Surprise surprise. This despite the fact that the nominations are for quality acting, not because of the colour of the actor. A point which was made by Charlotte Rampling, Michael Caine, and Clint Eastwood:
- Speaking on Europe 1 radio station in Paris, where she now lives, Ms Rampling said: ‘It’s anti-white racism. Maybe black actors don’t deserve to be on the final stretch."
- [Michael Caine] told the BBC: "There's loads of black actors. In the end you can't vote for an actor because he's black. You can't say 'I'm going to vote for him, he's not very good, but he's black, I'll vote for him".
- [Clint Eastwood said]"All I know is there's thousands of people in the Academy, and the majority of them haven't won Oscars."
These logical, erudite points don't stop Will and loads of other black people (Spike Lee, Whoopi Goldberg and many more) from complaining about the racism of Hollywood.
Saying that Hollywood is racist against blacks is BS, as any film watcher knows. White people are always cast as 'the villain' AND 'the hero', while black people are either played as team-players or heroes (think of how times you've seen Morgan Freeman, Will Smith, Denzel Washington, Cuba Gooding Junior or any other black people cast as a 'Villain', it's not many). That's the way it is. Think of the 'Die Hard' series (where white men are the villains), or the 'Dirty Harry' series (where white men are the villains), or the 'Indiana Jones' series (where Germans are the villains). White guys are always the villains and more often than not the heroes (though less frequently in these PC/anti-white times).
What does that say about Hollywood? It says that if anything Hollywood is racist against white people for continually casting them as 'villains'. But Will and others just won't admit it. Heck, they're so bigoted that they wouldn't even entertain the idea. For the simple reason that it doesn't chime with the Left-wing mantra that 'White people are evil and everyone else is a victims'. That's Lefties for you, and that's Hollywood for you.
What did Will get famous for exactly? Oh yeah, being 'Fresh', being 'cool'... Whatever that means. Wearing his trousers below his arse probably; like some jungle-bunny I saw mooching down the street a few months back. What a friggin sight.
Anyway, enough of that! Can't be dealing with too much cantankerous griping now can we. All that impotent rage is no good for you. Laughter beats impotent rage every day of the week. "Onwards!", as Brian Blessed would say, to the next nutter from Hollywood: Pamela Anderson.
Pamela Anderson-Lee, same age as Carrie-Anne Moss, 48, but boy has she had some work done. I reckon she's done more for the silicone industry than Bill Gates and Steve Jobs combined! All that silicone must've gone to her head though because recently she was making a speech to the French parliament about what they shouldn't eat (foe gras). Can you believe it! Not only telling a whole nation what they can't eat, but of all people, the French. The French! A nation famous for... food and eating! Aye carumba. Telling the French what not to eat would be like telling the Russians to stop drinking Vodka, or the Japanese to stop eating sushi. It ain't gonna happen.
Hugues Fourage, spokesman for France’s ruling Socialist party, said: “Pamela Anderson’s visit gets on my nerves and I am fed up with it.[..] It is political theatre.”
CPNT – a pressure group which campaigns to protect France’s rural traditions – meanwhile attacked Laurence Abeille, the Ecologist party deputy who invited Ms Anderson, 48. CPNT said Ms Abeille “preferred turkeys stuffed with silicon to good geese stuffed with maize”.
Of course Foi gras is indecent to animals, but making a moralizing speech to the French parliament about it isn't gonna work. It's just going to iritate people and get their backs up.
That won't stop old Pammy though, 'cause she's another one of those crazy Hollywooders. The kind that keep coming out with crazy nonsense that simultaneously amuses and annoys the rest of us.