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Will Smith infuriates the Jewish League

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A Jewish group is up in arms today over a comment Will Smith made about Adolph Hitler. The I Am Legend star told the Daily Record that he believes everyone is good and that,

“Even Hitler didn’t wake up going, ‘let me do the most evil thing I can do today’,” said Will. “I think he woke up in the morning and using a twisted, backwards logic, he set out to do what he thought was ‘good’. Stuff like that just needs reprogramming.

In response, the Jewish Defense League — not to be confused with the Justice League of America — wants all theaters to pull I Am Legend and has asked Barack Obama to repudiate Will. The league says Will “spit on the memory of every person murdered by the Nazis. His disgusting words stick a knife in the backs of every veteran who fought (and sometimes died) to save the world from the intentions of Adolf Hitler.”

I kind of know where Will’s coming from. It’s not like I woke up one day and said, “I’m going to satisfy every female on Earth with my sexual prowess.” No, I woke up one morning and said I was going to stick my wang in as many beautiful women as possible no matter what this court order says. Satisfaction was only a byproduct. A sexy, orgasm laden byproduct. If you don’t see how this relates to what Will said, then God save your soul.

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Of course Will Smith’s assessment is correct. And of course Hitler had to be stopped because he believed he was right. If Hitler had thought he was evil and wrong, he would not have gotten very far. And maybe sometimes the Jewish Defense League has to be stopped for a while so they can think before they run their mouths.

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The quote used is not entirely in context with what will smith said. he claimed Hitler was a good man, but there is a distinct difference between doing what one considers to be right and what is good; even then, not everybody in this world is guided by a sense of what it right, but some are motivated by hate, greed etc (read Mein Kampf and you will see a deep seated illogical hatred of Jews)…so therefore willard is not only offensive but also very naive…and as for ‘reprogramming’, reprogramming to what? Mindsets should change by rational means and debate,… Read more »

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