Monday, February 23, 2009

It is called boycott, even if it offends Ms. Borgmann

Since when does Ms. Borgmann speak for the Lebanese people? And does Ms. Borgmann know the difference between boycott and censorship? ""I think a lot of Lebanese regret very much that they are not able to see this film," she says. "I hope in the future that Lebanon will change its censorship law and the film will be allowed, because a lot of Lebanese are waiting to see this film.""
PS This is really bothering me. The White Man/Woman comes to our lands and thinks that he/she can teach and civilize the population, and tell them how to conduct their affairs and how to manage their foreign policies, even against the enemy that still occupies its lands. Quelle Chutzpah.