February 05, 2006

In Turkish Movie, Americans Kill Innocents

Now the Turks have jumped onto the "Americans Kill" bandwagon. If you don't believe me, ask an Armenian.

In the most expensive Turkish movie ever made, American soldiers in Iraq crash a wedding and pump a little boy full of lead in front of his mother.

They kill dozens of innocent people with random machine gun fire and drag those left alive to Abu Ghraib prison - where a Jewish doctor cuts out their organs, which he sells to rich people in New York, London, and Tel Aviv.

"Valley of the Wolves Iraq" - set to open in Turkey on Friday - opens with a true story: On July 4, 2003, in Sulaymaniyah, northern Iraq, U.S. Army troops raided a Turkish special forces office, threw hoods over the heads of 11 Turkish officers, and held them in custody for more than two days.

The movie, which reportedly cost $10 million, is the latest in a new genre of popular culture that demonizes the U.S.

It comes on the heels of a novel called Metal Storm about a war between Turkey and the U.S., which has been a bestseller for months.