Baghdad Sean Wants Chavez Critics Jailed

Penn pontificates…again. He dropped in to visit Saddam Hussein in December 2002, doing his bit for aid and support to the enemy. He was sent to Iran in 2005, as a “reporter” for the San Fransisco Chronicle. In 2009, he went to Cuba to get an interview with Fidel Castro for Vanity Fair. In 2007, he made his first trip to Venezuela, and met with despot Hugo Chavez in a private praise-filled love fest.
Now, he’s in a snit over people calling Chavez exactly what he is, a dictator.

First Amendment be damned . . . If Oscar-winning actor Sean Penn had his way, any journalist who called Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez a dictator would quickly find himself behind bars.

Penn, appearing on HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher” on Friday, defended Chavez during a segment in which he detailed his work with the JP Haitian Relief Organization, which he co-founded.

“Every day, this elected leader is called a dictator here, and we just accept it, and accept it” said Penn, winner of two Best Actor Academy Awards. “And this is mainstream media, who should — truly, there should be a bar by which one goes to prison for these kinds of lies.”

It was just the beginning of a busy weekend for Penn. When asked on CBS’ “Sunday Morning” about those who question his motives for his humanitarian work in Haiti, he said:

“Do I hope that those people die screaming of rectal cancer? Yeah. You know, but I’m not going to spend a lot of energy on it.”

Judge Andrew Napolitano, Fox News’ senior judicial analyst, said the same constitutional protection that applies to journalists also applies to Penn, who can say pretty much anything he wants in the “political arena” — aside from an immediate incitement of violence.

“What he is saying is protected, as wacky and weird as it is,” Napolitano told FoxNews.com. “But the substance of what he’s saying would be absolutely contrary to the First Amendment, which fully protects all political opinions. So if a journalist says Dick Cheney should go to jail, the journalist is privileged to say that.”

“Penn is calling for a communist-like regime in which journalists who criticize the government are sent to jail because of that criticism,” Napolitano added.
http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2010/03/08/sean-penn-wants-reporters-jailed-calling-chavez-dictator/

Let me get this straight. In time of war, this stupid, spoiled, Hollywood cockholster, has given his allegiance to enemies of the United States—some of the world’s most brutal dictators— but he wants people who label them as such, put in jail.
During the GW Bush administration, Penn’s tirades included calling for the execution of Bush, members of his cabinet, and for those who supported his administration ‘through media propaganda’.
http://www.weeklystandard.com/weblogs/TWSFP/2007/12/sean_penn_execute_the_presiden.asp

Last I checked, what Penn does qualifies as treason. He ought to be charged under Article III, section 3 of the U.S. Constitution, which reads in part:

Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.

There have been thousands of witnesses. Every word of encouragement he’s uttered and every trip he’s taken to an enemy country has been well documented.
The same as Danny Glover, Harry Belafonte, Susan Sarandon, Tim Robbins, and Hanoi Jane Fonda. The trouble is, the Department of Justice won’t prosecute.
None of the aforementioned Hollywood fucksticks would ever leave the comfort of their fortressed mansions or give up their profession. They choose to stay and live in the Democratic Republic they abhor.
Lots of traitors exist in this country, not just in Hollywood.
While he’s being charged, Democratic Representatives Dennis Kucinich, Jim McDermott, David Bonior, Mike Thompson, Barbara Lee, Marcia Fudge, and Mel Watt, are among the members of Congress who have committed acts of treason against the United States, and should also be indicted. Our own State Department has collaborated with terrorist groups in the name of “reaching out”. Leftwing rags like The New York Times, delight in blazoning national secrets across its headlines.

Penn is one of those effetes who would never subject themselves to the communist/socialist/Islamic regimes they admire.  He lives a wealthy, privileged life, but enjoys telling others to accept their lives under communism and Islamofascism, no matter how cruel and oppressive. In other words, Penn is a fucking douchebag and a hypocrite.  

Related posts:
http://sfcmac.wordpress.com/2007/09/13/kucinich-kisses-up-to-the-enemy/
http://sfcmac.wordpress.com/2008/03/27/baghdad-democrats-trip-financed-by-saddam-hussein/
http://sfcmac.wordpress.com/2009/04/08/dem-congressional-black-caucus-members-go-to-cuba-kiss-castros-ass/
http://sfcmac.wordpress.com/2009/07/13/the-new-york-times-damage-to-national-security/
http://sfcmac.wordpress.com/2008/08/28/more-national-secrets-in-the-new-york-times/
http://sfcmac.wordpress.com/2008/08/19/terrorism-expert-steve-emerson-exposes-state-department-ties-to-terrorist-operatives/

Related article:
http://open.salon.com/blog/deborah_young/2009/01/28/sean_penn_brilliant_actor_horrible_humanitarian

10 thoughts on “Baghdad Sean Wants Chavez Critics Jailed”

  1. Saarge,

    There’s a cost benefit analysis. Left to his own devices his influence on the vast majority of the world is negligible. The point I am making is that his impact would be exponentially enhanced by a trial and all the attendant media attention.

    Just one man’s take on it. We agree more than not. He aspires to becoming a dirtball. As he is he’s a tiny mahone.

    1. Dan,
      So, you’re point is that his particular brand of treachery isn’t as serious as say, Fonda’s or the Baghdad Dems. Ok, I’ll buy that. I guess we’ll have to wait until we see him laughing behind a Taliban mortar emplacement or making broadcasts on Al Jazeera. I still want to know why Fonda, McDermott, Benoir, Thompson, et al, have never been prosecuted. That’s a question I posed to the Department of Justice awhile back. I heard crickets in response.

      SFC MAC

  2. Sarge,

    I’m chuckling a bit to think of a prosecutor biting their cheek to keep a straight face while making the claim that Penn accomplished anything even promoting himself to his fellow extremists. That aside, at what point would such an action bring this small dingleberry more notoriety than he can otherwise muster with his feeble minded trash talking? There are times that even reacting to someone like this (Massa anyone?) only lends them more credence than they deserve.

    Like an anonymous fart at church it is offensive and beyond inappropriate but soon goes away of it’s own.

    1. Dan,

      Question: At what point does political activity such as Jane Fonda’s or Sean Penn’s cross the line from free speech to treason? If you take the Constitution and the Logan Act at face value, Jane Fonda and the Baghdad Dems certainly did. Sean Penn did basically the same thing with Saddam Hussein. Our enemies get mileage out of Hollywood and Dem politician’s endorsements. If WWII enemy propagandists got tried, why not Fonda? Al Qaeda mouthpiece (American born) Adam Gadahn is on the FBI’s Most Wanted list. Where do you draw the line?

      SFC MAC

  3. Sarg,

    Free speech is too precious a thing to be allowing the government to impinge on it. I agree that these individuals are disloyal to our American tenets but since they are not doing anything more than jaw boning and doing photo ops with these murderous scumbags it is their protected right to dissent. It it then our right to say what we will and to encourage others to mark them as enemies of America. We offer the sane alternative and the facts.

    To expect the government to prosecute speech is exactly what Penn wants. Hell, he wishes people dead who disagree with him. The guy is as much a nut case as he is a useful idiot. His extreme vitriol displays exactly what the loons from both extremes fail to see, that they are their causes’ own worst enemy.

    Give them enough rope and they will drive people to the center.

    Look at what happened with that creep Massa. Beck gave his a platform and all he did was manage to prove he is unfit to serve as anything short of a tickle fest queen, let alone a member of Congress. Let them all talk. The more they are emboldened the more they will show their true colors. They are useful idiots all right, in our favor.

    1. Dan,

      My problem isn’t with excercising (anti-American) free speech; although I find it repulsive. God knows we’ve witnessed enough of that in our lifetimes.
      It’s that extra step of propagandizing for, and supporting the enemy, especially on enemy soil. The people I mentioned, actors and politicians alike, took that extra step—in war time no less. As I previously mentioned: Mata Hari, Axis Sally, and Tokyo Rose were prosecuted for a good reason. The very same treason was committed by Jane Fonda. There’s no difference between someone like her and Adam Gadahn. Penn is skirting a very thin line, at best. At what point does aiding and abetting the enemy occur? It’s hard to tell when the line keeps getting moved.

      SFC MAC

  4. butt neckid

    SARG……

    penn???? who lissens to penn???

    I will disagree wit’ you here…

    just another dumbass jackass braying

    in the barnyard….

    1. Butt,

      We’re at war last I checked. Again, if you cross the line from free speech to lending direct support to the enemy, it’s treason. Penn, Fonda, and the others I mentioned in the post, crossed that line by traveling to those countries and avowing support while speaking out against America. Saddam Hussein paid the travel expenses for the Dem politicians who flew to Baghdad and shmoozed up to him. Penn traveled there and did the same. They not only told him they were against the U.S. actions, they denounced America on enemy soil. Does that sound like free speech to you? I certainly hope not.

      SFC MAC

  5. The principle outlined in the First Amendment is well stated by Voltaire, “I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.”

    I don’t want the government to do a goddamn thing against Penn or anyone else who expresses their opinion. As much as I find him a joke and a dumbass, I want free speech not to be impinged at all, least of all by the government. Nannyism sucks ass from either the left or the right.

    1. Dan,

      I agree wholeheartedly on the 1st Amendment, but when you cross the line from free speech to treason, the law applies. Mata Hari, Axis Sally, and Tokyo Rose were prosecuted for a reason. Read the information I gave about our own politicians kissing up to the enemy in time of war. Read about Hanoi Jane. Does their behavior constitute “freedom of speech”? I don’t think so.

      SFC MAC

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