Seth Aaron Rogen is a Canadian actor who has an impressive body of films behind him. Rogen has appeared in blockbusters such as, The 40 Year Old Virgin, Knocked Up, Superbad, Pineapple Express, The Green Hornet, The Guilt Trip, Steve Jobs, Sausage Party, The Disaster Artist and Long Shot.
Celebrities such as Rogen carry enormous weight both within Hollywood and the public domain. Fans are influenced by what their ‘heroes’ say and by the causes that they espouse. Rebel Voice feels that it is unfortunate, then, when the likes of Seth Rogen comes out strongly in defence of the rogue state of Israel.
Rogen‘s ‘radical Jewish…‘ (his words) parents, Sandy and Mark, met on a kibbutz in Israel. Their son, Seth, attended the Habonim Dror Zionist Youth movement’s summer camp in Vancouver, and enjoyed his time there so much that he appeared in a promotional video for the Canadian camp in 2009.
It was on 23rd August, 2014, before the ceasefire that ended the slaughter known as Operation Protective Edge, that some 200 Hollywood ‘heavyweights’ signed a letter condemning the charter of Hamas. The malignant missive was the ill-set idea of a group who patronizingly call themselves Creative Community For Peace. Seth Rogen was one of the signatories of that shamefully ill-timed letter.
The Creative Community for Peace organization was founded November 2011. According to sources, the organization aims to bring together “prominent members of the entertainment industry to counter the cultural boycott against Israel and promote an accurate image of the Jewish state.”
It should be noted that Creative Community For Peace (CCFP) is strongly opposed to the BDS movement.
Yet there were no 200, or even 100, similar big names within the entertainment industry to sign any petition condemning the Israeli slaughter of Gazan civilians, during that 51 day period, when more than 1600 civilians died as a result of indiscriminate Israeli attacks. 183 of the dead were children aged 5 or younger.
Instead it was left to 40 Holocaust survivors and 287 descendants of such survivors – with the inclusion of some few celebrities, such as Ken Loach, representing the conscience of the movie industry – to condemn the actions of the Israeli state in a letter at that time.
It seems that the movers and shakers of Hollywood care more about what Hamas say than about the murders that Israel do.
Again, we see the well tried and tested Zionist tactic of using fake charges of anti-Semitism as a smokescreen, behind which to hide the murderous activities of the Israeli regime. In addition to accusations of anti-Semitism, the Holocaust is regularly trotted out and presented as shield to protect Israel from justifiable criticism and attack from the international community.
Such disingenuous strategies do irreparable harm to those who try who counter genuine anti-Semitism and Holocaust-denying. Yet Seth Rogen, and Zionist fanatics in general, appear to have little concern for such long-term problems for the Jewish people.
So when you see an ad for a new, over-hyped movie starring, or directed by, Seth Rogen, please remember that you are dealing with a move star who gives every appearance of being a person who supports Israel regardless of the repetitive nature of their horrific behaviour.
Those who have a conscience will inevitably be pro-Palestinian, and pro-Palestinians have power much greater than many realise. Hollywood needs bums on seats. Hollywood needs attention. Hollywood needs money and Hollywood needs profit.
Boycotting those who would defend Israeli war crimes is but one means of conditioning them to seriously adjust their immoral attitudes. Zionists should not benefit from our hard-earned money. We can starve them, slowly. Eventually, the world-wide entertainment industry will come to realise that it’s just too expensive to provide a home for those who would see the people of Palestine lose theirs.
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