Friday, January 03, 2014

Walt Disney’s "unsavory parts"

Rebecca Keegan
Los Angeles Times
202 W. 1st St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012

January 3, 2014

Dear Rebecca Keegan

In your article about Walt Disney and the film "Saving Mr. Banks," you lament the fact that Mr. Disney's alleged "unsavory parts" were not disclosed.

As evidence of his supposed iniquity you cite his association with "anti-semitic" personalities.

When was the last time you took a film to task for covering up the "unsavory parts" of Hollywood moguls who associate with anti-German, anti-Arab or anti-goyimitic personalities?

Why is one form of bigotry more worthy of protest or notice than another?

Sincerely,
Michael Hoffman
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1 comment:

Jimbo Jones said...

Ah, good ol' Hoffman! I'll bet you dollars to doughnuts that your friendly missive will be met with not so much as the tiniest modicum of thoughtful courtesy necessary to evoke even the most trivial rejoinder from this scribbling scion of the perpetually morally outraged cult of Judaic hypocrisy. Even so, I must extend a hearty tip of the hat to those few intrepid souls who remain with the impertinence and the mettle to openly shame them.