Today, little Willie decided to write about Kathryn Bigelow's new film. I should be applauding that, right?
Last night, I was calling out the attempts by three US Senators to intimidate and bully the studio into altering the film.
So here comes little Willie talking about what's important, right?
He's trashing the film.
He's not fit to review, he sounds like a moron. And he's clearly the most literal of non-thinking humans.
I'm not highlighting WSWS anymore. It's a sexist attack on the film and it is shallow and knee jerk.
He's a joke as far as I'm concerned and don't look for WSWS to get too many more "truests" at Third because not only am I done highlighting them here, I plan to use my vote to block every one of their nominations. Sorry, I don't give a f**k about spotlighting cowards who can't call out Barack.
They're really cowardly there and then there's the fact that they kept their review of Lincoln (a hideous film as history and a hideous film as entertainment) up forever and a damn day (over a month).
They love it because a Socialist wrote the screenplay.
So they ignore the racism of the screenplay.
If only Kathryn were a Socialist, they'd be excusing her right now too.
The sexism is all over the review including their citing of Peter Bergen. Peter F**king Bergen? The woman hating Petey?
They're so damn stupid.
Excuse me, Bill Van Auken is so damn stupid.
He whines that she glorifies extra-legal killing, he means bin Laden.
Oh, that damn Kathryn!
She's so awful to do that!!!! Thank God everyone else doesn't, right?
Oh wait, Barack campaigned on killing bin Laden, the news media wept pre-cum over his death and how it took place.
But let's stone Kathryn, right you f**king moron Bill Van Auken.
I may actually start highlighting Little Willie. Truth is, he has a real problem with facts so maybe I will make it my job to fact check him?
I found this most hilarious:
A year ago, the Museum of Modern Art in New York City exhibited one of Bigelow’s earliest film projects entitled Psychological Operations in Support of Unconventional War, made in 1975, which involved a critique of US counterinsurgency methods and the use of death squads. Thirty-seven years later, she is glorifying death squads and given full access to their members by the US government.
Do you see what happened there?
He completely ignored "counterinsurgency." WSWS won't call it out. C.I. really is the most vocal in calling it out. Bill Van Auken, please provide your article where you call it out.
And excuse me but wasn't that a student project, that film he's referring to?
And if it was, why is he ragging her for a student project?
As an arts major, I did many different projects in college. And, they weren't usually about me. Sorry. Now there are people like C.I. who take on every dimwitted, sexist professor in the world. Then there are the students like me who just worry about a grade and a degree. Tell me what you want so I can get the hell out of here -- that was my attitude.
There are entire photographic exhibits I did in college that came about because I asked a professor for a suggestion.
I never needed a suggestion. I did that to get a better grade.
Does that make me awful?
Maybe so. But it also makes me smart enough to realize that in a university setting, the student doesn't have the power (unless, like C.I. was, they're willing to go down in flames and will fight to the finish). So it's really stupid to assume you can infer something about a person's own beliefs by the topic of what they did on a project.
And isn't it telling that he goes back 37 years to her student days to attack her -- over a project he's never seen.
F**king sexist pig should rot in hell.
Bigelow's film is Zero Dark Thirty.
And it's a shame Chicken S**t Bill Van Auken will never call out Barack in the same tone he reserves for Bigelow. Run the Drone War, keep Guantanamo open, etc., and Little Willie will chide you. Direct a movie that he doesn't like and he will rip you to shreds.
Closing with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"