Ministry of Laughter: Turkish Construction Firm Goes Bankrupt After Sponsoring Antisemitic Films

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A Turkish construction firm that sponsored an antisemitic film and has featured the film’s actors in advertisement campaigns has gone bankrupt. According to Turkey’s Hurriyet daily, a court has passed an injunction protecting Ukra İnşaat against its creditors. The Istanbul-based firm recently requested a delay in proceedings, which will be considered at the conclusion of the current legal process.
Suck it, bitches
The first film, “Valley of the Wolves Iraq,” released in 2006, depicted a Jewish army doctor who removed organs of dead American soldiers and sold them to rich people located throughout the world. The film was described by the Wall Street Journal as “a cross between ‘American Psycho’ in uniform and the Protocols of the Elders of Zion.”

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Comments

1 Let us hope such fates befall all who insist upon such stupidity. It is poetic justice.

Posted by: Gork at January 18, 2013 05:22 PM

2 Poetic justice is when the owner of the company has a nailgun shoot a 12d sinker through his eye.

Posted by: EROWMER at January 18, 2013 08:02 PM






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