In tonight's Evening Standard there was an article on Mel Gibson's DWI
arrest. When he was being cuffed he asked the officer if he was Jewish
and then launched into a Elders of Zion kind of anti-semitic rant. Good
one, Mel. That'll fix that South Park episode that made you look crazy!
From Atheist Revolution
The primary criticism received by Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the
Christ" was that it was anti-Semitic. Nevertheless, the film and Gibson
himself were embraced by Christians. Now it appears that Gibson has
revealed his true feelings about Jews even more clearly. During a recent
DUI arrest Gibson became belligerent and made unmistakably anti-Semitic statements
to the police arresting him. It doesn't sound like Jewish leaders are buying his post-incident apology either. I can't help wondering if this incident will make Gibson more or
less popular among his many Christian fans.
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