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The intelligent and scholarly actress adored by rightwingers, Scarlett Johansson

A month ago we told you that former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee was boosting Scarlett Johansson for her support for settlement product, SodaStream, even as he was opposing government support for birth control because of women’s libidos.

Well Huckabee is back at it. He says Johansson is smarter than 99.9 percent of the folks at the U.N. and that Oxfam owes her an apology for stating that her SodaStream endorsement runs counters to its principles, prompting her resignation from Oxfam. From the JPost:

“The BDS movement is embarrassingly stupid because Israel represents the one place [in the Middle East] where freedom exists,” said the former Arkansas governor, who came to the capital with nearly 300 Christian American pilgrims to tour the city and attend a new exhibit at the museum….

“Much to her credit, [Johansson] showed she has more sense than 99.9 percent of the people sitting in the UN today,” he said. “She showed she has far more scholarship and understanding of the issues than most of the people serving in the foreign service and diplomatic corps.”…

Huckabee also called on Oxfam, which he claimed was a proven funder of Palestinian terrorism 30 years ago, to issue an apology to Johansson.

“If anything, Oxfam owes Scarlett Johansson a big apology for ever trying to embarrass her,” he said. “And the whole world owes her big thanks for having the courage and the intelligence to stand against that nonsense.”

Haaretz also had the story; 

Huckabee also said that the BDS movement was full of stupidity and anti-Semitism. “How else can someone understand this?” He said. “I was so proud of Scarlett Johansson,” he added, for deciding to quit Oxfam rather then drop her agreement with SodaStream, which operates a West Bank plant…

A month ago, Huckabee, caused some controversy when he came out against providing birth control pills in state-supported health-care plan.

And here’s the rightwing Israel Project’s Thank You Scarlett campaign, raising money off the star for the organization and railing about the fringe extremists who supposedly support BDS:

Dear Supporter,
When you stood up for Scarlett Johansson, you stood up for the truth —because peace and coexistence is a better way forward than boycotts and hate. But a fringe group of anti-Israel extremists is increasing their efforts to delegitimize Israel and turn world opinion against the Jewish state.
*TIP NEEDS YOUR HELP TO FIGHT ANTI-ISRAEL INTIMIDATION CAMPAIGNS.*
TIP is dedicated to protecting Israel by getting out the facts about the BDS movement and its motive — the elimination of Israel. Here’s what you can do *RIGHT NOW* to help TIP fight this critical battle… etc.
A global campaign of hatred and demonization attempts to silence those who support Israel and her quest for a secure peace. Thank you for joining your voice to ours and please help spread the message.
If you would like to help The Israel Project get the truth out about Israel, visit our donate page…

We appreciate your support.

Josh Block
CEO & President
The Israel Project

Thanks to Ilene Cohen and Peter Belmont

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  1. amigo
    amigo
    February 20, 2014, 12:21 pm

    Arkansas must be short on smart people if they voted for this cranial challenged doozi.

    FFS ,could the US end up with this moron in the WH.

    Or worse still , with his finger on the button and I don,t mean the UN veto button.

    I would have thought Americans would have learned their lesson after Bush jnr.

  2. eljay
    eljay
    February 20, 2014, 1:03 pm

    >> The BDS movement is embarrassingly stupid …

    …which makes it nowhere near as stupid as Huckabee.

  3. seafoid
    seafoid
    February 20, 2014, 1:38 pm

    Huckabee on scholarship. FFS.

    Woody Allen on responsible parenting.
    The Kardashians on modesty.
    Miley Cyrus on nuance.
    The IDF on restraint
    Israel on sophistication

  4. Blownaway
    Blownaway
    February 20, 2014, 2:01 pm

    Its not just dumb people like Huckabee…the machine is at work daily some examples

    Presbyterian delegation visits SodaStream plant
    Church leaders say West Bank factory ‘enhances’ Israeli-Palestinian relations

    Former NZ PM Helen Clark ‘blown away’ by Israeli ingenuity

    Free trip whores…the machine never sleeps

    • seafoid
      seafoid
      February 21, 2014, 2:25 am

      Israeli ingenuity. YESHA was really ingenious. Sweep the natives under the carpet and pretend it’s the bronze age.

      They have a stock of political shills they wheel out like Clark, Blair, Harper, the American loonies, the American squares, the American progressives but there are far more critics now.

  5. RudyM
    RudyM
    February 20, 2014, 2:17 pm

    To Huckabee she probably seems like a genius, if he’s using himself as a basis for comparison.

    • February 20, 2014, 6:26 pm

      i thought huckeehoo thought sarin palin was smart. or was that bachman.

      • seafoid
        seafoid
        February 21, 2014, 2:30 am

        As Bill Maher observed, they split the MILF vote. I doubt Huckabee thinks with his brain anyway.

  6. Henry Norr
    Henry Norr
    February 20, 2014, 2:22 pm

    related: the Jerusalem Post reports that Shurat HaDin, an Israeli government-backed “NGO” infamous for waging “lawfare” against critics of Israel, is now threatening to sue Oxfam in multiple countries. A letter they sent to Oxfam HQ and affiliates says Oxfam

    provides financial aid and additional forms of material support to the Union of Health Workers Committees (UHWC) and the Union of Agricultural Workers Committees (“UAWC”), instrumentalities of the terrorist Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (“PFLP”) in the Hamas controlled Gaza Strip and the Palestinian Authority.

    The claim of a link between these groups and the PFLP is apparently based on research by some “terror expert” who found that several people who work for the UHWC and UAWC were once in the PFLP.

    • Maximus Decimus Meridius
      Maximus Decimus Meridius
      February 20, 2014, 2:39 pm

      ”several people who work for the UHWC and UAWC were once in the PFLP.”

      Pretty much everyone in every Israeli government ever was once a member of the occupation army, many of them at the rank of general.

    • a blah chick
      a blah chick
      February 20, 2014, 8:18 pm

      “The claim of a link between these groups and the PFLP is apparently based on research by some “terror expert”

      I’ll lay you 10 to 1 odds that that was Steve Emerson.

    • Mayhem
      Mayhem
      February 20, 2014, 10:12 pm

      @Norr, your deflection is rather disingenuous.

      Shurat HaDin has demanded Oxfam sever its ties with the Union of Health Workers Committees (UHWC) and the Union of Agricultural Worker’s Committee (UAWC), two agencies that were created by the PFLP and operate under the direct patronage and in close cooperation with the PFLP, which is a terror organization.

      The problem is that the UAWC and its personnel have deep links with the PFLP which is a proscribed terrorist organisation under the relevant UN list.See http://www.theaustralian.com.au/national-affairs/opinion/dont-give-aid-to-groups-with-terror-connections/story-e6frgd0x-1226345179976#

      @Norr, isn’t that plain enough for you?
      In 2003, Oxfam-Belgium produced a poster of an “Israeli orange” dripping with blood to promote anti-Israel boycotts. The caption read “Israeli fruits have a bitter taste… reject the occupation of Palestine, don’t buy Israeli fruits and vegetables.” Following protests over what NGO Monitor called “antisemitic ‘blood libel’ overtones,” Oxfam withdrew the campaign. Refer http://www.ngo-monitor.org/article.php?id=1313

      • Hostage
        Hostage
        February 21, 2014, 1:47 pm

        The problem is that the UAWC and its personnel have deep links with the PFLP which is a proscribed terrorist organisation under the relevant UN list.See link to theaustralian.com.au

        I think the problem is that Shurat HaDin can’t prove that there are any illegal connections. That’s why it sent a letter to Oxfam and broadcast the trumped-up charges in a press release, instead of filing a lawsuit. http://pjmedia.com/tatler/2014/02/20/israeli-civil-rights-center-oxfam-funds-a-terrorist-group-and-should-stop/

        @Norr, isn’t that plain enough for you?

        You just linked to an article which said “It’s not against the law, but it’s wrong.” to use taxpayer funds for these charitable purposes. What’s your point?

  7. Maximus Decimus Meridius
    Maximus Decimus Meridius
    February 20, 2014, 2:27 pm

    I find it quite satisfying that Johansson – who likes to think of herself as a super liberal, Democrat voting New Yorker – is being lauded by extreme right wing misogynists.

    You know what they say, Scarlett, when you lie down with the dogs, you get up with fleas.

    • puppies
      puppies
      February 20, 2014, 5:13 pm

      @MDM – I don’t get it, sorry for being thick. What’s the difference between this “right wing” and the “super liberal Democrats”? Is that on another wing? Duh.

      • Maximus Decimus Meridius
        Maximus Decimus Meridius
        February 20, 2014, 5:58 pm

        When it comes to Palestine, there’s little or no difference.

        However, Johansson has recently spoken of her ‘liberal’ upbringing, has campaigned for Obama, and no doubt considers herself an oh-so-modern and liberal metropolitan type. So she’ll be none too happy about having far-right anti-woman Neanderthals sing her praises.

        But hey, what did she expect when she ditched Oxfam for war profiteering?

      • puppies
        puppies
        February 21, 2014, 1:18 am

        @MDM – Campaigned for Obama, has she? She’ll realize that the Huckabees & Co are probably too leftist for her.

  8. Kathleen
    Kathleen
    February 20, 2014, 2:55 pm

    Huckabee needs to spend some time in a Palestinian refugee camp or try to walk down the main street of Hebron as a Palestinian. The man is clearly a racist. And the racist can have Scarlett. She has proven that that is the camp she is most comfortable in.

    • ziusudra
      ziusudra
      February 21, 2014, 1:02 am

      Greetings Kathleen,
      …. Huckabee……
      should spend a week at a WB home , don some WB garb, apply some olive make up & go out with the family to tend the olive trees or wheat fields waiting for those vile, heinous, squatter settlers to pay him a visit.
      We await his ‘speak’ on his return.
      ziusudra

      • Kathleen
        Kathleen
        February 21, 2014, 9:02 am

        Our dear friend Art Gish did this every winter for around three months. 20 years ago would come back with story after story of witnessing the abuse of Palestinian children etc by really vicious illegal settlers. Vicious.

  9. justicewillprevail
    justicewillprevail
    February 20, 2014, 3:40 pm

    Scarlett must be feeling like she has jumped from the Hollywood A-list to the lauded guest at the Knuckleheads, Bigots and Racists Society. Way to go with your new friends.

  10. Hostage
    Hostage
    February 20, 2014, 8:06 pm

    You know, at some point we need to address the fact that most Jewish and pro-Israel 501(c)3 organizations openly defy the tax code, by encouraging or even funding acts that violate the US war crimes statute and customary international law in support of illegal Israeli settlements that are plundering and pillaging the resources and property of Palestinians.

    The Israeli High Court of Justice just handed down a ruling the other day which officially endorsed acquisition of title to land by pillage. So it has effectively declared open season the already lawless West Bank. http://www.haaretz.com/news/national/.premium-1.575012

    A New York Times examination of public records in the United States and Israel identified at least 40 American groups that have collected more than $200 million in tax-deductible gifts for Jewish settlement in the West Bank and East Jerusalem over the last decade. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/06/world/middleeast/06settle.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0

    That’s not embarrassing, that’s felony racketeering. The least we can do is demand that these groups loose their exempt status:

    Exempt purposes may generally be equated with the public good, and violations of law are the antithesis of the public good. . . . Violation of constitutionally valid laws is inconsistent with exemption under IRC 501(c)(3). As a matter of trust law, one of the main sources of the general law of charity, planned activities that violate laws are not in furtherance of a charitable purpose. “A trust cannot be created for a purpose which is illegal. The purpose is illegal … if the trust tends to induce the commission of crime or if the accomplishment of the purpose is otherwise against public policy…. Where a policy is articulated in a statute making certain conduct a criminal offense, then …, a trust is illegal if its performance involves such criminal conduct, or if it tends to encourage such conduct.” IV Scott on Trusts Section 377 (3d ed. 1967).

    http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-tege/eotopicj85.pdf

    Some of them, like the New York Jewish Community Relations Council, are openly funded by the State of Israel according to their own tax disclosure forms. They appear to be acting its agent when they drafting anti-BDS legislation called for by Israeli officials, like former Ambassador Oren.

    • just
      just
      February 20, 2014, 8:34 pm

      How in the world is this not prosecuted?

      (Thank goodness for you and your incredible breadth of knowledge, Hostage! You are an amazing guiding light.)

    • American
      American
      February 20, 2014, 9:18 pm

      Hostage says:
      February 20, 2014 at 8:06 pm
      You know, at some point we need to address the fact that most Jewish and pro-Israel 501(c)3 organizations openly defy the tax code, by encouraging or even funding acts that violate the US war crimes statute and customary international law in support of illegal Israeli settlements that are plundering and pillaging the resources and property of Palestinians.
      >>>>>

      Right on Hostage.
      And someone should also address the Jewish Committe that handles the holocaust survivors funds….a billion a year from Germany alone?…….and we hear about destitute survivors?….someone is lying or someone is sending the money to something else.

      • ziusudra
        ziusudra
        February 21, 2014, 1:10 am

        Greetings American,
        …the Jewish Congress….
        collecting reparations for the survivors & relatives is well known here in Germany that the funds ne’er went to them!
        It all goes to the State.
        ziusudra
        PS We are still paying the churchs for the Nepoleanic plunder in 1803
        at 500 mn Euro annually.

    • Mayhem
      Mayhem
      February 20, 2014, 10:18 pm

      @hostage, the fundamental problem with your logic is that the settlements are not legally illegal so there is no basis for any action by the IRS.

      • adele
        adele
        February 21, 2014, 12:02 pm

        To Mayhem, proponent of the “illegally legal”:

        I thought those settlements were legitimately illegitimate. At least according to all those conveniently inconvenient international bodies + laws + resolutions, unless they are all falsely false?

        Perhaps I am being illogically logical? Perhaps it is the wording of those international resolutions that are comprehensively incomprehensible to proponents of humanely inhumane occupations?

        Or is the world just being uncritically critical when it comes to Israel.

        Affectionately unaffectionate,
        Adele

      • Hostage
        Hostage
        February 21, 2014, 1:27 pm

        @hostage, the fundamental problem with your logic is that the settlements are not legally illegal so there is no basis for any action by the IRS.

        Sorry stupid, but your own government and courts have verified in many cases that the settlements were built on stolen land. The High Court of Justice cited the Hague Convention prohibition when it ordered Elon Moreh to be relocated. In most cases Israeli officials simply chose to do nothing about acts of pillage or conspire to facilitate the crime of pillage by trying to legalize the situation after the fact. The problem with that approach is that it simply makes your courts and lawmakers part of a joint criminal enterprise as accomplices. Acts of pillage remain a criminal act under international law and US law, even if they do not constitute a violation of the domestic law of the country in which they were committed. The International Criminal Tribunals have repeatedly affirmed that there exists in international law a universally recognized principle that any attempt to excuse non-fulfillment of an international obligation on the basis of municipal law constitutes a breach of those international obligations. See for example André Klip, Göran Sluiter, Annotated leading cases of International Criminal Tribunals: The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia 1997-1999, Intersentia NV, 2001, page 134

        The United States and the other Allied Powers declared that by 1939 the prohibition of pillage during hostilities and during occupations contained in Articles 28, 46, 47, and 52 of the rules annexed to the Hague Convention of 1907 had been recognized as customary law by all civilized nations. Article 33 of the 4th Geneva Convention 1949 reaffirmed that “pillage is prohibited” and that individual responsibility must apply. Israel is the poster child for the grave breach of the prohibition contained in Article 147 against extensive destruction and appropriation of property, not justified by military necessity and carried out unlawfully and wantonly.

        It’s a matter of public record in Israel that the government itself kept records which established that more than a third of the land used for illegal settlements was pillaged private property. See Steven Erlanger, New York Times, “West Bank Sites on Private Land, Data Shows”

        The High Court of Justice in Israel has adjudicated cases where it has ruled that instances involving pillage of private property in violation of the laws of belligerent occupation have occurred in the establishment of several settlements. It has also complained that the government of Israel can no longer be trusted to carry-out court orders aimed at restoring a state of law and order. “Israel’s High Court: government cannot be trusted: Justices give government six months to implement promise to vacate illegal settlements after endless delays”.

        In other cases, the High Court itself has openly sanctioned the crime:

        A court ruling from 2011 established that given that the IDF prevented Palestinians access to their lands for years, Israelis using the lands must prove that they are doing so in good faith and must present deeds proving that the land was legally purchased. Under this decision, Israelis cannot refer to the statute of limitations or that they have worked and maintained the land to avoid being removed.

        But this time, Justices Miram Naor, Zvi Zylbertal and Uzi Vogelman based their decision on the Civil Administration’s stance, according to which the settlers have controlled the land for more than five years.

        “High Court allows settlers to take over 300 dunams in southern Hebron Hills: Justices reject petition by Palestinian family to return their land, saying the incursion is not fresh.

        But “eviction by armed attack or occupation” is a war crime for which no statutory limitation applies. See Convention on the Non-Applicability of Statutory Limitations to War Crimes and CrimesAgainst Humanity

        In this case, we know that long before the US War Crimes Act was adopted, Article 6(b) of the 1945 IMT Charter (Nuremberg)included “plunder of public or private property” in its list of war crimes, for which there must be individual criminal responsibility. 18 U.S. Code § 2441 – “War crimes” simply makes it a federal crime whenever a US national commits acts of pillage, whether inside or outside the United States. FYI, the RICO Act can be applied to the activities and proceeds of corrupt organizations involved in any Class A felony.

        Ultimately, all of this public and private land has been illegally converted for the private use of others. According to confidential records from the American consulate in Jerusalem, 45,000 illegal settlers have American citizenship, or about 15 percent of the Israeli West Bank population. See Raphael Ahren, “The American settler you don’t know”, Haaretz, 7 October 2011 and Sara Yael Hirschhorn Ph.D., “City on a hilltop: The participation of Jewish-American immigrants within the Israeli settler movement, 1967–1987”, The University of Chicago, 2012

        U.S. citizens know that they cannot obtain an unchallenged title to land owned by Palestinians who have been displaced. It goes without saying that they are subject to criminal and civil action when they are accomplices to war crimes: http://travel.state.gov/content/passports/english/country/israel.html

      • just
        just
        February 21, 2014, 1:36 pm

        Bravo adele!

      • just
        just
        February 21, 2014, 1:49 pm

        Bravo, Hostage!

        Mayhem– I hope that you can absorb it all– all of it, because what these two folks have done to your “argument” must be spinning your head ’round and ’round.

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnR3Rln5qzc

        (Truth must be hard for you to take. I have used this video to dispel the lies that hasbarists and others have been telling for YEARS. Big difference, truth vs lies……I offer this to you in the hope that you will finally admit the truth!)

      • adele
        adele
        February 21, 2014, 2:18 pm

        Hostage is truly deserving of that “Bravo” for the research/legal analysis he put into that awesome response. My part was easy, and may I say just plain fun!

        The unfortunate part is that Ziobrains are programmed to be “in one ear, out the other”, the intellectual matter that is expended on them defies the fundamental laws of physics in that it leaves no trace impact whatsoever. They keep repeating the same rusted-out, dried-up propaganda, while we keep banging the drums of justice/humanity/universality. And yet, like Sisyphus, we have no other choice but to keep on documenting and resisting.

    • JeffB
      JeffB
      February 21, 2014, 8:29 am

      @Hostage

      You know, at some point we need to address the fact that most Jewish and pro-Israel 501(c)3 organizations openly defy the tax code, by encouraging or even funding acts that violate the US war crimes statute and customary international law in support of illegal Israeli settlements that are plundering and pillaging the resources and property of Palestinians.

      Organizations acting with the explicit endorsement and support of the US government and not acting in opposition to the US government. You may consider the settlements illegal. The US government has consistently, publicly and repeatedly refused to endorse that position.

      • Hostage
        Hostage
        February 21, 2014, 3:16 pm

        Organizations acting with the explicit endorsement and support of the US government and not acting in opposition to the US government. You may consider the settlements illegal. The US government has consistently, publicly and repeatedly refused to endorse that position.

        The US government has always declared the settlements are illegal or illegitimate and has never hesitated to say so. The Foreign Relations of the United States is the official documentary record of major foreign policy decisions. So the fact that the Secretary of State advised that the settlements violate the Geneva Conventions and resolution 242 is a matter of public record:

        The GOI [Government of Israel] is aware of our continuing concern that nothing be done in the occupied areas which might prejudice the search for a peace settlement. By setting up civilian or quasi-civilian outposts in the occupied areas the GOI adds serious complications to the eventual task of drawing up a peace settlement. Further, the transfer of civilians to occupied areas, whether or not in settlements which are under military control, is contrary to Article 49 of the Geneva Convention, which states “The Occupying Power shall not deport or transfer parts of its own civilian population into the territory it occupies.” Finally, you should emphasize that no matter what rationale or explanation is put forward by the GOI, the establishment of civilian settlements in the occupied areas creates the strong appearance that Israel, contrary to the principle set forth in the UNSC Resolution and to US policy expressed in the President’s speech of June 19, does not intend to reach a settlement involving withdrawal from those areas.

        link to history.state.gov

        That really doesn’t matter in many cases, since anyone can cite quite a few Israeli High Court of Justice decisions which say the outposts the government refuses to remove violate the military necessity criteria of the Hague Convention and other cases where it has admitted that as much as 30 percent of the lands occupied by West Bank settlements were illegally expropriated private property. It simply tries to employ the civil doctrines of waiver and estoppal to war crimes, which are not subject to any such considerations.

        Bear in mind I’m not talking about population transfer, I’m talking about pillage, a Class A felony, and the proceeds of corrupt organizations and individuals, like Scarlett Johansson, from those crimes.

  11. DICKERSON3870
    DICKERSON3870
    February 20, 2014, 9:51 pm

    RE: “Well Huckabee is back at it. He says Johansson is smarter than 99.9 percent of the folks at the U.N.” ~ Weiss

    MY COMMENT: Now, if Scarlett Johansson can only learn to add 2 + 2 !*

    * SEE: “Scarlett Johansson reveals ‘pretty low’ SAT score”, by Gael Fashingbauer Cooper, today.com/entertainment, 10/02/13

    [EXCERPT] High school was half a lifetime ago, but actress Scarlett Johansson, 28, still remembers her SAT score.
    The “Don Jon” star sat down for a chat with director Darren Aronofsky for Interview magazine, and the question-and-answer format made her think of that long-ago exam.
    She asked Aronofsky for her SAT score, and the director at first said he didn’t remember. But Johansson recalled hers, from her days at New York’s Professional Children’s School. “I think the way it worked when I took them was that they were out of 1,600, so maybe you’d get a 1,240 if you were a smarty-pants,” she said. “I got a 1,080, which was pretty low. But that was probably because I didn’t answer half of the math questions.”Aronofsky later confessed he did know his SAT score, which was 1,360. “You suck,” said Johansson. “Damn it … Now I feel like a big dummy with 1,080.” . . .

    SOURCE – http://www.today.com/entertainment/scarlett-johansson-reveals-pretty-low-sat-score-8C11323112

    ● VIDEO: Teen Talk RARE “Math Class is Tough” Barbie!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NO0cvqT1tAE

    ● ARTICLE: “Mattel Says It Erred; Teen Talk Barbie Turns Silent on Math”http://www.nytimes.com/1992/10/21/business/company-news-mattel-says-it-erred-teen-talk-barbie-turns-silent-on-math.html

  12. joer
    joer
    February 21, 2014, 1:41 am

    I wonder what the governor would have to say about Scarlett’s scholarship on other issues…gay rights. for instance.

    …but I would say this endorsement could be considered a small victory for BDS because it helps to define the Israel/Palestine conflict in a light that would not be Zionist-friendly to the type of person who would buy yuppie seltzer. They would prefer the vision of Israel as a secular, modern, progressive state, not one championed by a far right wing windbag.

    • Maximus Decimus Meridius
      Maximus Decimus Meridius
      February 21, 2014, 9:11 am

      I agree completely. I think Max Blumenthal wrote an article about how, back in the 70s or even later, being openly Zionist was tres cool in Hollywood. It was a bit like being a supporter of gay rights today – the ultimate safe cause, and a great way to show how right on you were.

      But how the tables have turned. While it’s still true that most of the Hollywood elite are either supporters of Israel, or at least toe the line, being Zionist is no longer a boost to one’s liberal chic image. Quite the opposite. Even an avowed ‘liberal’ like Johansson is now receiving only stony silence from Hollywood, and gushing praise from Neanderthals like Huckabee and Liebermann. The old tropes just aren’t working anymore.

  13. Talkback
    Talkback
    February 21, 2014, 8:33 am

    It’s high time to give Johansson and Huckabee the Nobel Prize for Apartheid.

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