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Deepak Chopra’s Hatred for Americaby Greg Gutfeld So yesterday on the Huffington Post, Deepak Chopra published yet another anti-American screed - this time lamenting the fact that we're the last remaining superpower.

He says the world would be a better place if the US just packed it in as a leader, and to quote Lennon, "give peace a chance!" In it he writes, "America leads the world in arms dealing, starting wars, and developing new methods of mechanized death," conveniently leaving out all the incidental stuff that comes with being a heavily armed, supercool, superpower.

Meaning, saving millions of lives by ending world wars, getting rid of dictators, stopping famine and assorted civil conflicts, and preventing mass disease.

Chopra also hilariously vomits that, "Peace is achieved by being peaceful, no matter what the military-industrial complex claims to the contrary."Tell that to the Iranian voters, jackass.Deepak's destructive dippiness is nothing new.

It's a moral blindness that prevents him from seeing America's role in fighting evil - a soaring greatness that offers inspiration to folks like the Iranians who seek relief from totalitarian madness.

Chopra, oddly, prefers to ignore that, and instead condemns a place whose gullible wealthy and their endless desire for fast food self-fulfillment have made him rich beyond measure.So why is this chucklehead still taken so seriously? Well, first, he's multicultural and new age â€Â" which gives him a free pass to crap all over stupid "old age" white American establishment.

If he had been a white doctor, the media would take his mumbo jumbo about as seriously as they took Jimmy Swaggart.

He also caters to the guilt-ridden celebrity looking for validation through dime-deep dogma, and as a shameless self-promoter uses their neediness to generate even more business.

If there's a spotlight â€Â" you can bet Chopra is on his way to fill it â€Â" even if that spotlight is meant for the dead.

Seriously: Michael Jackson's pulse had barely stopped, and Chopra was already yakking about how often MJ came to him for advice on songwriting.No wonder the last album sucked.TONIGHT: the lovely Diana Falzone, the delightful Remi Spencer, the awesome Jim Norton, Oderus Urangus of GWAR, and Carrie Preston from True Blood!Email this to a friend | Print | Share on Facebook | Tags: Deepak Chopra, fighting evil, Huffington Post, iran, Iranian protests, Jimmy Swaggart, John Lennon, Michael Jackson, new age, Peace Posted Jul 21st 2009 at 12:06 pm in Daily Gut, News, Politics | 188930Comments
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