The Reformer's Firebrand

*-{The New Canadian Colonist's Advocate }-* A commentary of fiery reformist sentiment from the spirit of it's 210 year old Canadian ghost publisher patron. This will be a home to the new wave of anti-partisan advocacy for defeating Canada's second "family compact" and reinstallation of responsible governance in this 21st century new Canadian democratic dominion.

Monday, September 05, 2005

Saint "Sean" to the rescue: Penn's Public Melt Down with the "Mother Theresa Pathology"

Fresh from his world tour promoting Isamic fascism, Sean Penn was recently spotted ( by all major media) in New Orleans, wading in the flood waters doing his humanist-hero roll playing for the cameras.

Is there no end to this hollywood dipshit's obsession with transending mere celebrity to be cannonized as Hollyweird's first Mother Theresa? I could go on, but suffice to say that a reformed obsessive-compulsive hedonist can only transfer that soul-sucking flaw to his new obsession....and there is NO cure for narcissism.

Thus we are treated, once again, to the media circus surrounding Sean Penn's new life-character roll playing as a saint, without the messy spiritual/religious conviction or martyrdom for the faith.....but then instant gratification is a well entrenched culture trait of Hollywood's activist spawn. Here we have a sheltered, silver spoon brat, born into fame as a son of a famous Hollywood producer, who's entire existance has been to feed his ego and personal desires, switching rolls to play the part of the modern humanist saint......problem is we all know it's an act hollow your soul must be to seek noteriety this way....I often wonder if the Hollywood saints would go about their good works in obscurity, ( sans-paparazzi) and the MSM cameras rolling? The addiction to celebrity knows no succour.....but the Liberal Left and robotic Hollywood groupies lap it up like free crack.

"You positively wriggle with delight when King Hipocrite Sean Penn gives yet another interview talking up his greatest role yet - that of anti-Bush, anti-Iraq-war peacenik. In October last year, Penn spent $56,000 publishing an open letter to President Bush in the Washington Post, putting the case against the war, before flying to Iraq and meeting the foreign minister of the genocidal, parasitical, murdering junta then ruling this unfortunate country. Is the Sean Penn who instructs the west to turn the other cheek when faced with Islamofascism the same Sean Penn, one wonders, who seems barely capable of seeing a cheek without itching to punch it? In the 1980s, this obvious heir to Gandhi spent a month in jail after a glorious attack on a harmless extra who committed the cardinal sin of trying to take the great man's photograph on a film set. When one of his cars was stolen shortly after he returned from Iraq, it contained two guns. Doesn't it occur to Penn that his peacenik preaching is hipocrisy of the worst kind?

It seems to me that far too many liberals believe that once you've ticked the Brotherhood Of Man box on your spiritual census, this gives you the right to be as big a bastard as you choose to be in your private life."

Amen!.... and up your's to all the aspirering Hollywood faux-Saints who aaume themselves to be the globe's moral compass....particularly St.'s a hint Sean: with the limited capacity inbred hollywood entozoas have to understand the real world, real people and the real sacrifices of sainthood, humanity would have been better served if Jeff Spicoli never left Rigdemount High...keep "fast times" and skin-deep humanitarianism where they belongs: in the surrealism of showbiz.


Blogger Debris Trail said...

Bill: For an awsomely nauseous read you've just gotta get a hold of "Hollywood Interrupted". It's a brutal indictment of the narcissistic rabble that inhabit that "other" planet. Sean get special mention in a quote, "The best seven hours of my life were those spent with Fidel Castro!"

Nuff Said!

September 5, 2005 at 1:45 PM  
Anonymous Stephen McAllister said...

Penn may as well be the Svend Robinson of America.

September 5, 2005 at 3:21 PM  
Blogger Junker said...

But, but, in all of the photos, he looks so introspective and thoughtful and tortured. What else could he be but a true man of the people?

September 5, 2005 at 3:27 PM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

What??? You mean the act isn't convincing?

September 5, 2005 at 4:50 PM  
Blogger Aizlynne said...

Personally, Jesse Jackson offends me more than Sean Penn... I call JJ the ambulance chaser of human suffering.

Mostly neophites bother with Penn... but the MSM loves to stick the camera at JJ.

September 6, 2005 at 8:20 AM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

Wait for today's commentary was written by a Hollywood insider who has retained his humanity and not undergone the soul-sucking narcissi that propells the Hollywood "activists"...he also underscores their commitment is only skin deep and the proof is the fact they do not deliver the goods to the causes they figurehead...they jsut parade their egos around for public adoration without putting in the effort the average person does in really looking out for his fellow humans.

September 6, 2005 at 9:09 AM  

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