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Tuesday, 8 March 2005

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Mel Gibson's father Hutton Gibson, after stating last week that he believed the Holocaust was "exaggerated" has gone one step farther. The sire of The Passion of Christ's producer now says that he believes World War II was exaggerated as well. " All that crap about Hitler invading Poland, France, Czechoslovakia and bombing Great Britain...rubbish. The Soviet Union? Never attacked. And the United States was never even in the war, if you can call it a war. It was more of a misunderstanding between Luxembourg and Monaco that resulted in one good bar brawl and that's it."

Mel Gibson, after first threatening Diane Sawyer about messing with his dad, has now threatened the entire planet, warning every man, woman and child that they'd better not say anything about his father or he'll come after them and, "if they think The Passion was a gory bloodfest, wait till they see what I do to them."

Mr. Gibson also said that in addition to his wife who is going to hell because she's not a Catholic, every one who doesn't buy a ticket to and absolutely love his movie is going to suffer eternal damnation as well but. "Jews aren't even allowed to go see my movie," said Mr. Gibson, wiping away a bit of spittle from the corner of his mouth, "because they're already going to rot in hell and I want to save room for those who are saved. Same with the Hindus, Muslims, Protestants, you name it. Damned, all of them. Don't try to see my movie you Satan loving freaks, I'm warning you all right now."

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