Let there be no doubt that Obama’s apparatchiks are the puppet masters of Hollywood’s celebrity idiots. The photo below, of the cast of Expendables 3 all holding up ‘BringBackOurGirls’ signs is almost painful to look at. At Shoebat.com, we chronicled the timeline which shows how the Obama administration used the #BringBackOurGirls to launch a social media campaign to distract the masses away from Benghazi. Of course, David Axelrod is all about the use of marketing and astroturf campaigns, which is exactly what this is.
h/t Right Scoop
What’s particuluarly noteworthy about the figures in the photo above is that Kelsey Grammer is considered to be one of Hollywood’s rare conservatives. Wesley Snipes was released from prison last year after serving more than three years for income tax evasion at about the same time the IRS scandal burst onto the scene. Stallone has also been considered one of Hollywood’s more right-leaning actors. Ditto Mel Gibson, who also directed the epic movie The Passion.
The #BringBackOurGirls campaign is eerily similar to the Kony 2012 campaign launched in March of that year by a group called Invisible Children. In hindsight, the Boko Haram inspired #BBOG effort makes the meteoric / celebrity rise of Kony 2012 even more suspicious.
Like #BBOG, Hollywood celebrities were engaged in the Kony 2012 effort, helping it to become the most viral YouTube video in history. This was no accident. As the #BBOG campaign demonstrates, celebrities got a boost from forces pushing the Obama administration’s agenda.
The common thread between both campaigns is Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir. As Shoebat.com has reported, Boko Haram’s origins are in Sudan and Joseph Kony is backed by al-Bashir.
Yet, there never seems to be any attempt by the Obama administration to get celebrities to call attention to al-Bashir, possibly because the president’s brother Malik Obama works with the Sudan’s president as Executive Secretary of the Islamic Da’wa Organization (IDO).