by Mark Rivers
Jew Ben Stiller wrote, directed and starred in Zoolander, which is another
sketch-turned-movie that is about as funny as most of the other sketch-turned-movies.
Derek Zoolander (Stiller) is a flighty, faggy male supermodel who is brainwashed by Jacobim
Mugatu (Will Ferrell) into attempting an assassination upon the Prime Minister of Malaysia,
whose new anti-sweatshop policies will put a dent in Mugato's fashion empire.
Goyische collaborators Christine Taylor and Owen Wilson co-star as Zoolander's
friends and partners. Jew David Duchovny plays a small role as a conspiracy nut who warns
Zoolander, and Jewish-charity supporter Jon Voight plays Zoolander's shamefaced coal miner
father. Jews Natalie Portman and Winona Ryder (real name: Winona Horowitz) make cameo
appearances, as does half-Jew mongrel Lenny Kravitz.
Finally, Jew Jerry Stiller plays Zoolander's agent, Maury Ballstein. His character is very
obviously Jewish, what with all the "Oy-veh"-ing and such. He even has a scene in
which he complains about his prostate and tries desperately to urinate while on the phone
with Zoolander (Jews are sickos). We find out later that Jacobim Mugatu is actually Jacob
Moogberg, a fictionalized '80s pop star.
The negro count in Zoolander is about up to par. Zoolander loses his three closest chums
(a White fag, an Asian fag and a fagro) when they accidentally douse themselves in gasoline
and set themselves afire, ha ha. Otherwise, there are negroes here and there, more or less
as part of the scenery.
Zoolander doesn't seem to have much in the way of racial messages, unless you count "White
people are stupid." On the other hand, Moogberg and Ballstein, the Jews, are the villains
(although Ballstein reforms at the end). So, your reason for not seeing this movie is that
it is putting money in the pockets of quite a few Jews, most notably Ben Stiller, whose last
movie, Meet the Parents, was less than kind to Whites (especially if they're
Christians who make hand-carved gazebos).
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