Angelina Jolie…Hollywood’s “Spoiled Brat”

by William Dorich on December 22, 2014

in Bosnia, lying, Serbia, sex offenses, video and film, William Dorich (team member)

eBritić has the story:

December 17, 2014
by Wm. Dorich,
Beverly Hills

A good actress able to shed tears on command is the trademark of any actor, however, Jolie’s phony manipulation of events in Bosnia are well know from her movie, “Land of Blood and Honey.” Knee jerk drama or “Crying on Demand” seems to be her real skill at deception and fabricating a media event when her real reasons to be in Bosnia were so misleading.

Angelina Jolie with artificial collagen duck lips

A closer examination of Angelina Jolie’s contempt for real victims is not just disingenuous her “Anti-Rape Campaign” is fraught with double standards, hypocrisy, omission and a clear message that the Serbs are the perpetrator of rape and that Bosnian Muslims their victims.

When Jolie went into film production for “Blood and Honey,” Bosnia refused to allow her to film on their territory. She was fully aware of the emotional scars and personal losses of many Bosnian families—especially those of mixed marriages who viewed her movie with contempt. She lost $40 million dollars on the film paid by Saudi co-conspirators. The showing of “Blood and Honey” in Belgrade had less than 40 people for the screening, half walked out. Pretending this was make-believe her moviegoers got a loud and clear message that this was a one-sided fabrication using real victim events. The film cleverly demonized the Serbs with collective guilt.

Jolie wasted no time or headlines to mention the more than 2,000 Muslim terrorists who entered Bosnia from Osama bin Laden’s training camps in Afghanistan. They decapitated hundreds of Serbian victims and roasted dozens of Serbian soldiers on spits like animals. That reality must have proven to be too accurate for her to address? Why does Jolie not go to Belgrade where half of the rape victims were Serbians?

Angelina Jolie cleverly omits any reference to evidence and testimony by Dr. Ljubica Toholj, a Serbian gynecologist and professor at Belgrade University who personally performed examinations on more than 350 Serbian POWs. Her findings showed that the majority of these victims were homosexually raped, their testicles were burned by electrical charges and evidence revealed that broom handles were shoved into the anus of these victims that did irreparable damage to internal organs. More than half of these Serbian men were circumcised as a form of torture and in the contaminated environment many suffer from numerous infections. The majority of these men are now sexually dysfunctional. If Jolie is truly driven to tears about rape not a single tear has been shed for these Serbian men. It’s too easy for Jolie to ignore the facts that do not support her lies and distortions.

Officials at the Brussels hearings were not interested in hearing testimony from Dr. Toholj, who possessed grim and accusing affidavits from Serb victims about a variety of abuses. She had arrived in Brussels for the hearings but was refused a visa by Belgian immigration officials. How convenient.

Angelina Jolie cleverly ignores United Nations document #S24491… submitted on December 18, 1992, regarding the rape of 800 Serbian women. While the media wrote dozens of ugly articles informing its readers that “Victims of rape means the woman will never be considered for marriage and their families suffer from the stigma.” #S24491 was released a month before Tom Post wrote his infamous front page Newsweek article about “50,000 Bosnian rape victims,” on January 4, 1992. However, 800 brave Serbian rape victims gave videotaped depositions that included naming their perpetrators—yet not a single one was ever brought to justice.

I believe that the Newsweek rape story was nothing short of damage control fomented by the U.S. State Department. I telephoned Tom Post whose story claimed he interview only “28 Bosnian rape victims”—a detail buried at the end of his story. I asked how he extrapolated 28 into 50,000? He said Bosnian authorities provided him with the rape figures. Does this mean Tom Post of Newsweek fame decided not to corroborate his evidence knowing the figure was preposterous? Or was the front-page space of Newsweek too sweet a professional coup to pass up? Obviously, these are the same Muslim authorities Jolie now relies on. Screw the facts and screw the truth. The naïve public be damned!

For Envoye Special, Jerome Boney went to investigate rape on the spot by going to Tuzla, the Muslim city mentioned in all the reports. He confided his astonishment in his February 4 broadcast: “When I was 50 kilometers from Tuzla, I heard: ‘Go to the Tuzla gymnasium, there you will find 4,000 raped women.’ At 20 kilometers the figure dropped to 400. At 100 kilometer there were no more than 40. And on the spot I found 4 women who agreed to testify.” – Jacques Merlino (France 2).

National Public Radio’s Sylvia Poggioli, writing in the Fall 1993 issue of Harvard University’s Nieman Reports, said such statistical disinformation “has stuck and the prevailing perception is that only Muslim women have been the victims and Serbian fighters the only perpetrators.”

The European Parliament’s Committee on Women’s Rights held hearings a few days later in Brussels on February 17-18, 1993, to infuse credibility into the Warburton Delegation’s tentative claim of 20,000 Muslim rape victims that was almost immediately rejected because of the lack of supporting evidence and testimony. The chairman of the U.N. War Crimes Commission, international legal expert Frits Kalshoven, said the evidence that had been gathered was insufficient, while Amnesty International and the International Committee of the Red Cross concurrently declared that atrocities and rapes were being committed on all sides.

One alleged rape victim fled Bosnia for Switzerland where she became a daily talk radio guest reciting details of her rape over and over again until she went into labor…after 3 days of total radio silence a nurse at the hospital confirmed the Muslim rape victim gave birth to a black baby… in other words, this promiscuous Muslim girl got pregnant by a black UN soldier and it was too convenient to blamed an innocent Serbian man.

Daily news articles in 1993 about Serbian “rape camps” told of women “being raped two and three times a day until becoming pregnant so they would be forced to give birth to Serbian babies.” By the end of 1994 less than 360 babies were born to rape victims on all sides, one-third of them to Serbian women. Where are the 50,000 rape babies Jolie? Like Goebbels who preached “telling a lie a hundred times it becomes the truth” Jolie wallows in this disgusting brand of disinformation.

But the media cadence about “systematic mass rape” orchestrated by Bosnian and Croat government information ministries in late 1992 was also a distraction and a decoy. It is not too cynical to surmise that the media-wide mobilization in August 1992—when imitations of Roy Gutman’s death camp stories in Newsday were taking over prime-time television, newspaper headlines and magazine covers—obscured an already lengthy list of shocking revelations of mass rapes against Serb victims. Serbs had protested for months and were becoming increasingly insistent about the existence and locations of several dozen “rape camps” controlled by Bosnian Muslims and Croats where Serb women were being subjected to unimaginable forms of rape, sodomy, torture and murder.

Gutman who wrote the book, “Witness to Genocide” was an oxymoron for a title, as Gutman never witnessed a single death in the brief time spent in Croatia and Bosnia.  In the foreword to his book his own words betray his honesty and integrity that granted him half of a Pulitzer. “Having set such lofty standards, I immediately made an exception and wrote about the Omarska camp which I had not visited, based on the secondhand witness account.”  In other words, like Angelina Jolie lying and misleading the public is part of the process in hoping the truth never surfaces.

There are questions about Roy Gutman’s association with a disgusting Croat woman named Jadranka Cigelj—or Jadranka C., Jadranka Cigev, Jadranka Cigay or a Mrs. Jadranka—and whether she was the “tipster” that launched Gutman’s search for detention camps in Bosnia during his short Zagreb stopover.

Gutman brought Jadrinka Cigelj to the United State where she made numerous television appearances and testified before the House and Senate … after she departed the U.S. evidence surfaced that Ms. Cigelj reported rape under five other assumed names.  It was also discovered that she was a member of the CIC, the infamous Croatian propaganda arm of the government in Zagreb. And like a lapdog Angelina Jolie ate it up hook, line and sinker. Or is this immoral gig too good for her career to pass up?

While the Serbian Orthodox Church received its share of blame in the media, no connection is made to the late Serbian Patriarch Pavle who led over a million Serbs in protest marches that were the largest and longest in decades against the Milosevic government. During an interview with the Swiss Federal Parliament on December 10, 1992, the Patriarch told officials: “800 Serb women were documented as repeated rape victims in 20 camps operated by Muslims and Croats.” The Patriarch also cited the Yugoslav State Commission for War Crimes on August 2, 1992—the same day Newsday’s “death camp” stories went on American newsstands that identified locations at Sarajevo, Tuzla, Bugojno, Bihac and Slavonski Brod where Serb women were confined, raped and murdered by Croat and Muslim soldiers.

One gets the impression that media distortions and phony tears are behind rebuilding Jolie’s tarnished reputation now that the North Koreans have hacked into the Sony Pictures website and have released unflattering emails about Jolie. What these emails disclose is that Jolie cannot be this ignorant when she is so vocal about human rights violations throughout the world.

The Marie Claire headline is particularly interesting because it is inadvertently and tellingly ambiguous: “Angelina Jolie In Tears On Visit To Bosnia As Part Of Bosnian Anti-Rape Campaign” – from which the intended interpretation is most likely that Jolie cried on her visit to Bosnia, which she visited as part of an anti-rape campaign … a telling ambiguity that reveals something important about how celebrity tears function in the global exchange of charity and pity.  I find it compelling that celebrities like Jolie and other actors like George Clooney about the Sudan always find issued in other countries to support instead of those right here in Ferguson Missouri, New York and the thousands of rape victims right under Jolie’s nose in Hollywood.

William Dorich is the author of 6 books on Balkan history. His newest book is: Memoirs of a Serbian-American Dissident.

Excerpt from the Sony leaks:

Scott Rudin thinks that Angelina Jolie is a “minimally talented spoiled brat”

A series of emails, leaked as part of the mass Sony hack, reveal a tense exchange between Hollywood producer Scott Rudin (whose credits include The Social Network and The Grand Budapest Hotel) and Sony Pictures co-chairman Amy Pascal.

In the exchange, Rudin and Pascal discuss Angelina Jolie, who seems to have objected to director David Fincher working on Sony’s Steve Jobs biopic, rather than overseeing Jolie in her forthcoming Cleopatra film. Earlier this year, it was reported that Jolie and her husband Brad Pitt were planning to co-star in Cleopatra, alongside all six of their children.

In the following email, Rudin makes his opinion of both the Cleopatra project, and Jolie clear:

“I’ve told you exactly how I want to do this material. It’s the ONLY way I want to do this material. I’m not remotely interested in presiding over a $180m ego bath that we both know will be the career-defining debacle for us both. I’m not destroying my career over a minimally talented spoiled brat who thought nothing of shoving this off her plate for eighteen months so she could go direct a movie. I have no desire to be making a movie with her, or anybody, that she runs and that we don’t.She’s a camp event and a celebrity and that’s all and the last thing anybody needs is to make a giant bomb with her that any fool could see coming. We will end up being the laughing stock of our industry and we will deserve it, which is so clearly where this is headed that I cannot believe we are still wasting our time with it.”

Elsewhere, Rudin tells Pascal: “YOU BETTER SHUT ANGIE DOWN BEFORE SHE MAKES IT VERY HARD FOR DAVID TO DO JOBS”. Pascal then appears to have accused the producer of making threats, with Rudin denying this. In a later email, Pascal writes: “You better shut it down. That is what you said. That sounded like a threat to me”.

But that’s not all.

Angelina Jolie’s movie ‘Unbroken’ cheats the audience of the real story of Louis Zamperini.

Chuck Norris: The Rest of the ‘Unbroken’ Story

Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption

Dallas, TX – -( On Dec. 25, the unforgettable story about Louis Zamperini, an Olympian turned World War II prisoner of war hero, opens in theaters nationwide.

As astoundingly resilient as Zamperini was, however, his real power was found in a fact underplayed in the movie; namely, he whose birth we celebrate Dec. 25 is the one responsible for restoring and transforming Zamperini’s heart and life.

First, let me say, few lives can compare with Zamperini’s. He lived hard from a young age. He smoked cigarettes by the time he was 5, and his favorite pastime as a youth was stealing beer from bootleggers.

Cops and his family members devised a plan to harness all his criminal energy into competitive running. It worked. In 1934, he set a record by running a mile in just four minutes, 21 seconds — a speed that landed him in the 1936 Olympics in Berlin alongside Jesse Owens and other greats. He placed eighth in the 5,000-meter run, but he ran the last quarter-mile in just 56 seconds — a time that prompted Adolf Hitler to want to meet him.

Zamperini wanted to compete in the 1940 Olympics, but Europe was in the midst of war. When America burst into World War II, Zamperini was drafted as a bombardier for the U.S. Army Air Corps. During a search and rescue mission for a downed American plane, Zamperini’s own plane plunged into the ocean because of engine trouble. He was among only three of 11 who survived.

Zamperini and his two fellow crewmen were afloat on a raft for 47 excruciating days, warding off starvation, sharks and the blistering sun. They survived by eating albatrosses that landed on the raft.

In 2003, The Christian Broadcasting Network conducted a two-part interview with Zamperini. He explained, “All we did on the raft was pray morning, noon and night.” Twice conditions got so life-threatening that he bargained with God that if he would spare his life, he would serve him forever.

Eventually, a plane flew overhead, but it was a Japanese fighter, which unloaded its ammunition on them. Amazingly, they weren’t hit. They drifted for two more weeks, and one crew member died. They finally spotted land on their 47th day, but shortly afterward, they were picked up by the Japanese before ever reaching land. Zamperini weighed only about 65 pounds when he went into captivity.

For the next two years, Zamperini became a prisoner of war and suffered horrendously at the hands of a tyrant guard called “The Bird,” torture that was so bad he chose not to talk about it in his CBN interview.

At the end of the war in September 1945, Zamperini was released, returned home, got married, had a family and tried to live as normally as he could, but he just couldn’t shake the wages of war.

She grew tired of Zamperini’s daily drunkenness and sought a divorce. Meanwhile, someone told her about a young new evangelist named Billy Graham, who was coming to the Los Angeles area. She attended his crusade and gave her life to Jesus Christ, believing he died for her sins.For years, the only “help” Zamperini received for his post-traumatic stress disorder was from a bottle of alcohol. He would often awaken screaming from nightmares and even once woke up to find himself strangling his pregnant wife.

She returned to Zamperini and explained to him some good news: “Because of my conversion, Louis, I’m not going to get a divorce.” He was thrilled but added, “She and her newly found Christian friends were all over me, and I avoided them like a plague.”

Because he wanted to save his marriage, however, Zamperini reluctantly agreed to attend Graham’s next crusade, which was the Los Angeles Crusade of 1949, held in a huge tent.

Zamperini explained Billy’s preaching this way:

“He talked about one person only — the person of Jesus Christ — for 30 minutes.” Zamperini continued, “He read the Scriptures, ‘For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God’ and ‘The wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.’”

Zamperini further elaborated, “I knew I was a sinner, but I didn’t like the idea of someone else reminding me!” So he started to walk out of the crusade. As he did, he thought about all of the prayers God had answered years earlier when he was on the raft and in the prisoner camps.

The Christian Post reported Zamperini’s feelings:

“I started to leave the tent meeting, and I felt (awfully) guilty about my life. Yes, I had a lot of great times, a lot of great (experiences), a lot of escape from death, but I still didn’t like my life after the war. I came home alive. God kept his promise. I didn’t keep mine, and so I went forward and accepted Christ.”

Zamperini explained that he knew, in an instant, that God had forgiven not only him but also his captors, including “The Bird.” As miraculous proof, Zamperini explained that the nightly nightmares he’d had since leaving the war vanished. He said, “That’s just some kind of a miracle.”

In 1950, Zamperini came full circle, returning to Japan to offer forgiveness to his captors. He couldn’t meet with “The Bird” but did meet with many others, and as a result, some gave their life to Christ. In 1998, at age 81, Zamperini again returned to Japan. He ran with the Olympic torch before a cheering Japanese crowd.

Asked what gave him the strength to return to Japan and forgive his torturers, Zamperini explained, “The heart of this story is when I found Christ as my savior. That’s the heart of my whole life.”

To ensure that moviegoers understand the full picture of Zamperini’s faith and life, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association has announced that it will release its own movie about Zamperini, “Louis Zamperini: Captured by Grace,” online Dec. 25 — the same day as the release of the movie “Unbroken.”

To watch a preview of “Louis Zamperini: Captured by Grace,” go to

Next week, I will discuss the depth of Zamperini’s Christian faith and what his own adult children have said about it.

Action hero and Second Amendment activist, Chuck Norris is one of the most enduringly popular actors in the world. He has starred in more than 20 major motion pictures. His television series “Walker, Texas Ranger,” which completed its run in April 2001 after eight full seasons, is the most successful Saturday night series on CBS since “Gunsmoke.”In 2006, he added the title of columnist to his illustrious list of credits with the launch of his popular Internet column. Now Chuck is a regular contributor to AmmoLand, click the following link to See more of Chuck Norris on AmmoLand Shooting Sports News.

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