Michael Moore hates capitalism all the way to the bank
Reuters reports on Michael Moore’s new crockumentary and, as usual, it’s an anti-America fest:
VENICE (Reuters) – Capitalism is evil. That is the conclusion U.S. documentary maker Michael Moore comes to in his latest movie “Capitalism: A Love Story,” which premieres at the Venice film festival Sunday.
Blending his trademark humor with tragic individual stories, archive footage and publicity stunts, the 55-year-old launches an all out attack on the capitalist system, arguing that it benefits the rich and condemns millions to poverty.
“Capitalism is an evil, and you cannot regulate evil,” the two-hour movie concludes.
“You have to eliminate it and replace it with something that is good for all people and that something is democracy.”
The bad guys in Moore’s mind are big banks and hedge funds which “gambled” investors’ money in complex derivatives that few, if any, really understood and which belonged in the casino.
Meanwhile, large companies have been prepared to lay off thousands of staff despite boasting record profits.
My question is: What will this idiot do with all the money he makes from this “documentary”? If he takes one dime in profits then he’s a damn hypocrite. To find out just how much Moore “hates” capitalism, read Jim Hoft’s post which describes the worth of Moore’s residence in Northern Michigan.
Just like the “greenies” like Al Gore and John Edwards, who demand of others a “green” lifestyle they themselves do not observe, just like the hypocrites in the Obama administration who demand purity from Republicans on the lobbyist issue but who don’t hold themselves to the same standard, Moore’s motto is “What’s good for me, is not necessarily good for thee.”
And the beat goes on.