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Judi McLeod, Owner, Canada Free Press

"[The site] is filled with anti-Semitic comments and other outrageous statements, much of them in Latin."
Left-wing rag

"[I]t made me snarf my cran juice all over the screen."
Antonia Zerbisias, Media Critic, The Toronto Star

"Catch it while you can..." Newsweek

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Friday, January 06, 2006

Dictus Diem

Dies Irae

Judgment Day


Anonymous elizabeth said...

why use only the term judeo to describe the post modern movement ocurring in this country, surley it is more than certain jewish people who are the cause of secularism taking such a strong foothold in society.

9:08 AM  
Anonymous UDO said...


My tree is hidden in Iraq, for Judgement day, thanks!

10:29 AM  
Blogger Christopher said...

i thought you're prank with the trailer was hilarious. is this a publicity stunt?

also . . .

where would you be without the judeo-secularists? have they not been the prime movers of the media industry in the last century?

also . . .

i think your stance on the minimum wage raise is counter-productive. don't you want the people working at mcdonalds to be able to afford the $9.50 it's gonna cost them to see your next movie?

2:26 PM  
Blogger Mel said...

Elizabeth, it is right to say that it is more than just the "judeos" who are destroying our society with their secularism. In fact, one not need be jewish to be "judeo-secularist." The judeo-secularists are a group of many people, some jews, some gentiles, who are intent on destroying all the traditions of our society, forcing our children to learn we descended from apes, and encouraging them to chose homosexuality over homosexuality. The biggest judeo-secularist today is probably Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Chris, glad you liked the trailer. But this is not a publicity stunt. Rather, it is something I've wanted to do for a long time: reach out to "common people," like yourself, and have a dialogue about where our society, and particularly, California is headed.

I can't agree with you on the minimum wage thing though. If you ran a restaurant Chris, would you want your customers to come eat at your restaurant with money they had stolen from you? Of course not. So why do I want people to come see my movies with money they stole from me, and many other hard-working Californians? Besides, if they have to work more hours to see my movie, they'll probably enjoy it even more.

4:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

about the minimum wage thing.. i think that if you were half the christian you claim to be you would not be so negative about giving 1 dollar/hr more to people who have less than you. Especially if they are willing to actually work for it. It's not like you are going to starve and that 1/hr more might mean the difference between their children not starving. If Christ had a place in his heart for the poor shouldn't you? I'm a christian and if my bible memory serves me correctly, and i think it does, stuff like what you just said is what sends people to hell.

5:39 PM  
Blogger Mel said...


Your memory serves you wrong. Though I believe your heart is in the right place; compassion for the poor is indeed a virtue, and of course I support it, I also believe that it should not be coerced by by the State. If it is, then no one learns compassion, rather, they become resentful toward the state. If you know about me, I practice what I preach; in fact I have just donated some pyramids to Mexico.
But if compassion is not to be voluntary, Mexico may as well have stolen the pyramids from me. Where would the compassion have been in that?

7:39 PM  
Anonymous elizabeth said...

Thank you Mr. Gibson for clarifying the use of the “judeo-secularism” term used in prior comments. I agree whole-heartedly with many of your position and needless to say a huge fan of your career as an actor. I am not, however, a Catholic, merely a protestant. A Southern Baptist, in point of fact. I have come to understand that you are not a traditional Catholic. You have been disillusioned some how with the modern Catholic Church. This is interesting to me; if you or anyone reading this can point me to information concerning this please do so. Also, How do you feel about Protestants as a whole or in part? When I do have a chance to speak with members of the (True Church…ha..ha) The are evasive on this point.

7:01 AM  

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