French National Assembly to Sleep Well Today

7 de enero de 2008

January 7, 2008 (LPAC)--Leonardo DiCaprio, the original Hollywood school shooter from "Basketball Diaries," will now assist in allowing the French National Assembly to have a good nap today, as they will collectively view his pagan British Empire film, "The Eleventh Hour." This film, whose title might refer to DiCaprio's career status, is a mish mosh of popular culture, scary video montages of global disaster, and false accusations against our noble mankind. Di Caprio says in the film, "Industrial civilization has caused irreparable damage." Another fop, doing his best Herman Goering impersonation, says, "There are too many of us using too many resources too fast." And what would a pagan British Empire film be without babble from Lucasian Chairholder Stephen Hawking, or misinformation from Felix Rohatyn employee Bill McKibben of Middlebury College, Vermont?

And, although the French Parliament has a particular history of being duped by the British Empire, hopefully they will not add DiCaprio's next film, to be directed by Martin Scorcese, to their queue, where Leo will play notorious British gangster, and first tree hugging American President, Teddy Roosevelt. Rather, as the members of the National Assembly sleep today, may they dream of LaRouche's New Bretton Woods, and of a world absent of their foe, that unlawful British Empire.