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Well George Clooney, You’re Dead to Me

A shocking allegation has been made by American movie actor, George Clooney, which is sure to upset millions of religious believers around the world. In a film written and directed by Clooney, he claims that the Roman Catholic Church and the figurehead of Jesus were knowing inventions of the Roman government in the first century B.C.E., part of a hoax designed to produce a passive, orderly society.

George is pandering to the mythicist loons like Doherty and his ilk and the fringe atheists who delight in historical ignorance. So, George, I’ve seen your last film and supported you for the last time monetarily. Fiscally, you’re dead to me.  Besides, he’s obviously a gross dilettante.  Jesus… 1st c. BCE?  Either he or the reporter should keep quiet about such matters.  Probably both.

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Written by Jim

October 3, 2010 at 08:17

Posted in atheism, War On Atheism

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  1. i think all actors are not creditable outside of acting.

    doug

    October 3, 2010 at 09:00

    • scholars who adopt such a position aren’t credible either.

      Jim

      October 3, 2010 at 09:06

  2. Uh…wow. He should read some Terry Eagleton…or the New Testament.

    Geoff

    October 3, 2010 at 09:46

  3. First he makes the American and now this!

    i have knownhim to be a left wing looney for years, but I had a measure of respect for him. He didn’t whine and cry that hollywood would not make his movies. He made their popcorn flicks and used his millions to make small films to express his leftist views. Now This.

    What an ignoramus. No more looney clooney movies for me. Let the idiot make his money off of someone else.

    Eric Chamblee

    October 3, 2010 at 09:55

  4. I suspect that the author of that article Susan Maureen Brandt may have made the Clooney references up. It seems to be just her delusions put in the mouth of Clooney, eg:
    http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/6370261-controversial-researcher-says-cleopatra-and-virgin-mary-were-based-on-the-same-woman

    Ari

    October 3, 2010 at 10:10

  5. Oh what a shame, I really liked Clooney as well….gutted that he should produce this garbage.

    Stuart

    October 3, 2010 at 10:13

  6. [...] Dr Jim West alerts us to a new film offering written and directed by George Clooney, which is a steaming pile of piffle and balderdash at best. A shocking allegation has been made by American movie actor, George Clooney, which is sure to upset millions of religious believers around the world. In a film written and directed by Clooney, he claims that the Roman Catholic Church and the figurehead of Jesus were knowing inventions of the Roman government in the first century B.C.E., part of a hoax designed to produce a passive, orderly society. [...]

  7. non credo assolutamente a questa storia, come al solito è una invenzione dei giornalisti per fare un pò di audience!

    marco

    October 3, 2010 at 11:53

    • then i’ll look forward to clooney’s renunciation of it eventually.

      Jim

      October 3, 2010 at 12:50

  8. oh boy what a moron. I’m passing this on to the Major General, because I think it’s worthy at least of a footnote in the myth book. Actually I might try and find out who he’s been reading or listening too. What a scream.

    steph

    October 3, 2010 at 14:10

    • there seems to be, as you can see from other comments, some question concerning the reliability of the source. i hope its not true but if clooney never denies it what can one think?

      Jim

      October 3, 2010 at 14:15

  9. he said once “I’m not smart enough and I don’t know enough about what’s going on”… still the same no doubt.

    steph

    October 3, 2010 at 14:30

  10. yeah – I can’t find anything else on any other news source about it. It must be a ‘joke’. Ha ha not very funny. ;-)

    steph

    October 3, 2010 at 14:37

  11. Susan Maureen Brandt uses the free resources at allvoices.com

    Raphael Golb has also ussed allvoices.com !

    Susan Maureen Brandt has a “whistle blower” questionaire.

    Raphael Golb describes himself as a whistle blower!

    Susan Maureen Brandt put out a fake press release claiming that George Clooney would star in a film based on her fantasy.

    Raphael Golb put out a fake email claiming that Lawrence Schiffman admitted to his fantasy!

    Both Brandt and Golb have had material recognized and removed from the British site “The View from Number 80.”

    Draw your own conclusions.

    Toto Katt

    October 3, 2010 at 16:24

  12. …. who is Raphael Golb?

    steph

    October 3, 2010 at 20:18

    • u crack me up

      Jim

      October 3, 2010 at 20:19

  13. would you like a bandaid?

    steph

    October 3, 2010 at 20:29

  14. Actually the press release is not a fake fantasy. It is true.

    If you watch either of the movies The American or Leatherheads with an eye to watching for symbolic and allegorical storylines, they both tell the story of Lucius and Julia Caesar.

    This was the shock of my life to discover, and took me many months to grasp as the evidence piled up. I am only trying to communicate the truth in whatever way people may take a moment to consider it.

    I did not lie, for George Clooney has indeed made a movie describing these things, and while ONCE may be a coincidence of choosing characters who match the historical accounts of Julia and Lucius, from their hair color, personality traits, timing of love affairs and murders and travels, TWICE is not a coincidence.

    Please take some time to read what I am describing. There are many people who obviously do not want this truth to come out.

    Sincerely,
    Susan Maureen Brandt

    Susan Maureen Brandt

    October 4, 2010 at 02:53

  15. George Clooney is an unbeliever. He has not made any ‘shocking allegations’ about anything. It’s marvellous how you can impose a view on someone who has said nothing about the historical accuracy of his fantasies. It’s what you call sensational reporting and not worth taking seriously. Except for a giggle if you’re that way inclined. “Evidence” – now that is hysterical.

    steph

    October 4, 2010 at 10:27


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