Friday, November 18, 2011
Palin propaganda film "The Undefeated" to play in Alaska, only fifteen minutes away from Palin's house, but the Mama Grizzly refuses to come out of hibernation to make an appearance.
Courtesy of the Frontiersman:
Folks in Alaska have their first opportunity to see the movie “The Undefeated” on the big screen Monday.
Sponsored by the Valley Republican Women’s Club, the Alaska screening also includes a meet-and-greet event with the movie’s creator and producer, Stephen Bannon, from 4 to 6 p.m., Sunday at Colony Inn in Palmer. Tickets are $50 each or $75 per couple and include a light meal and a chance to speak one-on-one with Bannon.
“I’m looking forward to coming to Alaska,” he said Thursday by phone from Washington, D.C. He said this trip to Alaska will be a relatively quick since he is planning to spend Thanksgiving at Fort Campbell, Ky., with his daughter, a recent West Point graduate.
Bannon said when the movie was originally released, the theatrically company that distributed the film didn’t have any screens in Alaska. “We’ve been actually trying to do this since August,” Bannon said.
Well this ought to be a great opportunity for Bannon to see first hand how the people of Alaska REALLY feel about Klondike Kardashian, because surely she will attend a premiere that is only a hop, skip, and a jump from her font door?
Bannon said he plans to speak before the film and draw parallels between what happened in Alaska and what is happening in the country.
What the hell? You mean Palin will not appear at the premiere of a film that is all about HER? What would make an attention whore like Palin skip this?
When the two-hour movie begins, he said Palin is working on a commercial fishing boat.
“She’s out of the loop in a place that’s out of the loop,” Bannon said.
Now I have read this a few times, trying to make sense of it.
At first I thought that Bannon was saying that when the film begins, it begins with Palin on a commercial fishing boat which I knew to be wrong, because according to this review it actually begins with a bunch of Hollywood types expressing their 1st Amendment right to Freedom of Speech by telling the world what a loser they think she is while using rather colorful language, and then going directly into her childhood.
So then I realized that what he was saying was that Palin herself will be on a commercial fishing boat this Monday when the movie premieres.
Except, no she won't.
Number one I don't believe that Palin actually EVER goes commercial fishing unless it is for the cameras or for political reasons, and number two there is NO commercial fishing happening in November on Bristol Bay, and almost none happening any place else in Alaska either. (See this chart to confirm that for yourself.) It may sound like a ready made Alaska excuse, but it is very likely also a lie.
What I really think is going on is that Palin is terrified to be in the same room with a bunch of Alaskans who KNOW the truth about her past, and her political career in Alaska, while this mythological moosecrap splatters across the screen.
Could you imagine what would happen if Sister Sarah were confronted in front of her pet propagandist with the truth, by real Alaskans who could back it up with eyewitness accounts? Now that would be something to see!
No, Palin won't be there because she is afraid of being humiliated. As we all know Palin is only tough when hiding in the safety of her Fox News studio on Lake Lucille, where she feels free to spew hatred toward our President, the media, and anybody who dares disagree with her. Beyond that she is a coward.
Hey, do you know what? I just checked my schedule and as it turns out I am completely free on Sunday evening around 4:00 p.m.. Hmm whatever will I DO with myself?