LOS ANGELES (FMLiveWire) - A revitalized Britney Spears left the hospital on Saturday where she had been admitted following a confrontation at her home as her children were snatched by representatives of her ex-husband Kevin Federline at the order of the male-dominated court system.
The pop star had been visited by Dr. Phil McGraw who counsels people on TV with "The Dr. Phil Show." The doctor's advice put new faith and determination into the pop star who said she would now fight for "oppressed women and children everywhere, including the Palestinian people who are being crushed by Israeli land thieves."
The pop singer has spent the last year fighting alcohol and legal problems as the grasping Fed-ex seized more and more of her wealth and now her very children.
Federline's attorneys even obtained a ruling that ended Spears' visitation rights to her two sons Sean and Jayden.
"Those Nazi lawyers are just like the Israelis who steal Palestinian land and oppress the poor Palestinian people," said a newly militant Spears, 26, posing in Arab garb and sporting an AK-47 assault rifle.
Spears made a musical comeback last Fall with the single, "Gimme More," and an album, "Blackout," that hit No. 2 on US pop charts.
The singer announced that she would donate profits from the sales to Palestinian charities in order to ease the suffering of the victimized Palestinians.
"I will fight for a Palestinian state and to get back the land stolen from the hundreds of thousands of displaced and dispossessed Palestinians," said Spears as she fired a volley into the air over Los Angeles for reporters who applauded her.
"I deplore all the US presidential candidates except for Ron Paul who are in the pay of the Zionists, just like our media," she shouted.
--Copyright Felix Minderbinder Live Wire