[Marxism] The Woody Allen case - latimes.com

Louis Proyect lnp3 at panix.com
Sun Feb 16 07:43:10 MST 2014


On 2/16/14 9:32 AM, Tristan Sloughter wrote:
>
> This is sad. After reading Dylan's own words and the 1992 custody suit
> documents,
> http://www.vanityfair.com/dam/2014/02/woody-allen-1992-custody-suit.pdf,
> I don't know how one can write a defense of Allen. Does any of this mean
> certain guilt? Of course not, but how can these not make one at the very
> least unable to act as a vocal, famous, defender in a huge newspaper if
> you have actually looked at these documents.
>

Comrades should be aware that the Huffington Post, Salon.com, the Nation 
Magazine--three of the most prominent vehicles of left-liberalism--have 
been on a sustained campaign to do what legal and medical investigators 
could not: find him guilty.

In nearly every one of the articles that appear in these venues, you can 
find the fingerprints of Maureen Orth's Vanity Fair articles. Orth is 
basically writing National Enquirer type material for the carriage 
trade. In her expose of Michael Jackson, she wrote that he had hundreds 
of cows slaughtered in order to produce the blood needed for a voodoo 
ritual against Stephen Spielberg. How did she know that such a thing 
happened? Her "sources" told her that. When she is not writing about sex 
scandals, she is writing about the drug traffic. She claims that the 
FARC was totally responsible for the cocaine epidemic in the USA. How 
did she know that? President Uribe told her so. She also pointed to the 
"proof" found on seized computers at a FARC camp that demonstrated Hugo 
Chavez's close ties to the FARC and his ambition to bring Latin America 
under his dictatorial control.





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