Posted by: thescoundrel | March 29, 2010

Blind Loyalty


Hollywood elitists like Sean Penn, Danny Glover, Michael Moore etc…, are often spouting out blind loyalty about how great people have it under dictators like Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez and Cuba’s Fidel Castro. Sean Penn even went as far as offering himself as a human shield for Saddam Hussein. Of course they live in the US and not under the dictators they are constantly supporting in the media. So Penn & Co. have few worries about retribution when they castigate the US  government while also offering vocal support to the bloody dictators.   Were they living under those dictators and criticizing the Chaves or Castro regime – they would find themselves censored while risking being tossed in prison. According to several media sources, Maria Conchita Alonso – a co-star with Sean Penn in the movie “Colors”, has written an open letter to Penn criticizing him for his vocal support of Hugo Chavez. Ms. Alonso was born in Cuba and raised in Venezuela. In her letter Ms. Alonso tells Penn –>

“My intention isn’t to convince you, but to let you know what is truly happening in this beautiful country of noble people.”…….

“I would encourage you to investigate in depth the ‘inside story’ and realize for yourself the dark side behind the person you choose to idolize.”

Perhaps she should give a copy of the letter to Team Obama, so that his Marxist loving advisers, that are also busy idolizing Chavez and Mao Tse Tung, might take the time to look into the dark side of those they bestow adoration.

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  1. I’m surprised they think anybody cares what they think. If it is so good there, with all their money, why aren’t they living there? They should keep their day job and concentrate on that.


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