Friday, September 29, 2006

Borat Shut Out of White House


Via Reuters:

Secret Service agents turned away British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, in character as the boorish, anti-Semitic journalist, when he tried to invite "Premier George Walter Bush" to a screening of his upcoming movie, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. BEST MOVIE TITLE EVER!!!

Also invited to the screening: O.J. Simpson, "Mel Gibsons" and other "American dignitaries."

Cohen's stunt was timed to coincide with an official visit by Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev, who is scheduled to meet with Bush on Friday.

Borat denounced an official Kazakh publicity campaign running in U.S. magazines as "disgusting fabrications" orchestrated by neighboring Uzbekistan.

"If there is one more item of Uzbek propaganda claiming that we do not drink fermented horse urine, give death penalty for baking bagels, or export over 300 tonnes of human pubis per year, then we will be left with no alternative but to commence bombardment of their cities with our catapults," Borat said.


I love Borat.

UPDATE: Now with video!

2 comments:

JTapp said...

I was actually at a seminar yesterday where a Kazakh lady got up and tried to make a point in her best broken english. I thought about Borat and wondered how many others in the room knew about/were thinking about Borat. It was a pretty funny moment.

Matthew J. said...

Stinking Uzbeks. I mean that literally. They smell. I lived there for 6 months.