June 21, 2007
Osama the Hero
The treasonous depravity of the liberal arts community is epitomized by a British play entitled "Osama the Hero," disgorged by one Dennis Kelly, who won the $20,000 Meyer-Whitworth award by twisting what The Age is pleased to call "the so-called 'war on terror'" inside out and upside down until the people trying to resist terrorism are the bad guys.
The plot involves a student who is falsely accused of blowing up garbage bins after innocently announcing in school that mass-murdering terrorist Osama bin Laden is his hero. When he complains that there's no evidence against him, his tormenters proclaim that proof isn't needed when dealing with terrorists.
Naturally, this juvenile pro-terrorist propaganda is glowingly described as "provocative" — the word liberals use when they know decent people are going to be enraged and disgusted by their obscene mentality.
On a tip from The Panday.
Posted by Van Helsing at June 21, 2007 8:00 AM
Not to be outdone, Hollywood has expanded its list of acceptable villains beyond Nazis, white men, corporate executives and Christians to now include all of humanity.
Posted by: V the K at June 21, 2007 9:01 AM