In a recent visit to a migrant camp in Calais, Jude Law perfectly exhibited both the glorious irony of the left’s entitled nature, alongside their delusions as to how the world actually functions. Accompanied by an outfit of security, the actor graced the poor, downtrodden refugees with his presence in an effort to raise awareness about the soon-to-be destroyed camp.
He was joined by other celebrities in a truly selfless attempt at gathering the migrants together to join hands and sing Kumbaya. Unfortunately for him, it didn’t end the way he thought it would…
A source said: “We were shocked to see some of the migrants acting like football hooligans. The security team had stones thrown at them, and two had their phones smashed then stolen. Jude and Tom were told to stay in the bus shortly before the ambush as the atmosphere was building.”
Refugees don’t seem to like people. Statistically, refugees are overwhelming intolerant and violent. Even to other refugees (see Muslim Girl Refuses to Wear Head Scarf. Refugees Erupt Into Riot). Jude Law’s misfortune is just one example of what happens when delusional Hollywood collides with reality. Sometimes money can enable you to do idiotic things, like badmouthing the police while simultaneously getting an armed police escort to follow you around. It’s all fun and games until the real real world gets sick of your crap and stomps all over you (JUSTICE: Police Are Boycotting Beyoncé).
This whole debacle draws a beautiful parallel to the idiocy that is leftist rhetoric. “Help the refugees!” screeches Jude Law from behind his mini army of security. “The police are dangerous!” cried Beyoncé as she shamelessly used them for personal protection. It’s not all too different from Bernie Sanders pledging to bear the cross of the poor by raising taxes while he sits content in an ivory tower completely unaffected (read Man of the People? Bernie Sanders Caught Red Handed Funneling Campaign Funds). As is always the rule for modern leftists, what applies to you needn’t to them. They’re just special that way.
Speaking of Hollywood, there are still a few good guys left. See my interview below with openly Conservative, Nick Searcy