Thursday, March 29, 2012

A Hollywood History Lesson

From our friends at the Vanguard News Service (no link on this one):

"Yes, the Jews Are the People of the Lawsuit, But They’re Also the people of plagiarism. (Back in the 1940s/1950s, Jewish composers wrote many popular songs. Some of those songs were used in Hollywood movies. They were good songs, which is exactly why you should question their origins. The Jewish “composers,” in all probability, stole the songs from gentiles and claimed them as their own, just as Jews have stolen the credit for so many other things in “the arts.” In fact, Hollywood was started by shifty Jews who illegally used gentile technology to create a film empire)."

Just thought that you would like to know that:  A) Jews can't write good songs... all those guys from Irving Berlin and Al Jolson to Lieber and Stoller etc. etc. etc. stole their thousands of hits from...someone.  And we know that someone wasn't Jewish, since, well, Jews can't write good songs.  And we also know that a good Christian like Elvis Presley, say, or Jimmy Page, would never steal a song from, say, some poor black blues musician.*  And, B) Gentile technology?  I bet you never knew that good film making wasn't about great writing or great direction,  about great storytelling, great acting, great editing, costumes and sets, no, it is all about the mechanics of the projector, which Jews didn't invent, so they deserve no credit for any movie they ever worked on.

We here at Green Eagle just love bringing you this sort of incisive historical analysis.  We hope you have appreciated this dose.



*I'm referring here to Elvis' hit Hound Dog, and Led Zeppelin's theft of Killing Floor, which resulted in their being sued by its real writer, Howlin' Wolf.  You know I could come up with a hundred more examples of this sort of thing.


Update:  I've been schooled by my wife.  Turns out, Hound Dog was indeed originally a hit by Big Mama Thornton (I saw her sing it once,) but it was written by Lieber and Stoller.  Leading me to the obviously totally impossible conclusion that Elvis stole his song from a Jew!  (actually, 2 Jews.)  Well, I'm sure that some Conservative blogger can do the "research" necessary to prove that Lieber and Stoller stole it from Paul Whiteman or Lawrence Welk or someone else who is definitely not Jewish.

5 comments:

Magpie said...

Oh I know Vanguard News Network…

Their own value as entertainment is vast. Like this pearl from the post subsequent to the one you quote:

“As if World War II wasn’t bad enough for White people, there’s yet another bad side to it: the income-tax side.”

Wow.
And those Russians, who had their feet up throughout the whole thing, thought Stalingrad was bad….

Curt said...

"We here at Green Eagle just love bringing you this sort of incisive historical analysis. We hope you have appreciated this dose."

It's greatly appreciated.

Green Eagle said...

Reall, Curt? Because I could bring you so much of it that you'd barely be able to get out of bed in the morning. Believe me, I barely skim the surface.

Curt said...

Yes really. That you find these off the wall characters who comment is interesting enough, and I fully believe you when you say there is a ton of this kind of thing out there; but that is not what I praise here. I am often lifted by your insights. I got a big kick out the line about Jews not understanding the mechanics of the movie projector. The reference to Paul Whitman and Laurence Welk brought me close to laughing out loud. It's good bright writing that raises my spirits. Keep it coming.

Green Eagle said...

I will.