ACTOR Sharon Stone is in strife after claiming the Chinese earthquake which claimed the lives of 80,000 people was “karma”.
Stone made the not so smart statement while on the red carpet in Cannes. She was asked if she had heard about the disaster that hit China recently, and her answer was:
“Of course I have. Well you know at first I thought I’m not happy with the way the Chinese are treating the Tibetans … and I’ve been concerned with should we have the Olympics because they’re not being nice to the Dalai Lama who’s a good friend of mine.”
“And then all this earthquake and stuff happened and I thought, ‘Is that Karma, when you’re not nice and the bad things happen to you?’ “
When is a natural disaster a good thing? When the afflicted country commits human rights violations — at least according to Sharon Stone. According to Stone, all those 80,000 deaths that include men, women, children and the elderly are a good thing because China had it coming over Tibet and I quote, “When you are not nice, that bad things happen to you.”
Sharon also name-drops the Dalai Lama just to make her comments sound righteous since we all know associating with the a CIA-asset makes everything people say or do acceptable in the eyes of Westerners.
Well at least Zhang Ziyi is doing something to fight off idiots like Sharon Stone and all the assorted “Free Tibet” idiots who are actually revelling at the deaths of over 80,000 apolitical Chinese citizens.
Zhang Ziyi says she’s outraged by quake ignorance
HONG KONG (AP) — “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” star Zhang Ziyi says she’s outraged by what she says is ignorance about the recent earthquake in China.
Zhang said in several Chinese-language blog entries over the past week that she has been busy raising money for relief efforts after the deadly quake struck in China’s central Sichuan province, which has killed more than 60,000.
But she said she was surprised to find one group she solicited on the sidelines of the Cannes Film Festival in France knew little about the disaster.
“I was as angry as a madwoman. I said, ‘Are you idiots? You are well-dressed people who look like you identify with society, but you don’t know what’s going on on planet Earth.’ It’s incredible!” Zhang said.
Zhang said she has made a pamphlet about the quake to show foreigners. She said she donated $144,000 and received a pledge of $100,000 from Wendi Deng, the Chinese-born wife of media mogul Rupert Murdoch.
Zhang’s other credits include “Memoirs of a Geisha,” “Rush Hour 2” and “House of Flying Daggers.”