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NEW YORK – Filmmaker Joel Gilbert, the creator of the “Super Trump” billboard that played in Times Square last week, has produced a satirical animated video in which Hillary Clinton is sent to an institution for treatment for being an “Ameriphobe.”
An Ameriphobe, according to Gilbert’s video, is “a person who is offended by the traditional, patriotic idea of the United States of America as the exceptional ‘land of the free and home of the brave.’”
The video begins with Clinton being admitted to a fictional “Donald Trump Clinic for Ameriphobia” on Jan. 23, 2017, three days after presumably Trump takes the oath of office to become the 45th president of the United States.
Clinton then is diagnosed for Ameriphobia by asking for a top-of-the-mind response to a series of images. She, for example, identifies Santa Claus as a “climate denier,” ISIS terrorists as “future Democrat voters,” the Founding Fathers as “bigots” and a humanitarian disaster as “a goldmine for me and my husband.”
‘Hillary, you are an Ameriphobe!’
In an interview with WND, Gilbert explained his motives for making the video.
“Like so many Americans, I have grown tired of the rhetoric of the radical left, especially their invention of accusatory terms to smear those with differing opinions, and designed to shutdown speech,” Gilbert said.
“Hillary Clinton’s recent tirade, calling Trump supporters ‘homophobic, xenophobic, and Islamic phobic’ and castigating them as ‘deplorables’ demonstrated how standardized and acceptable this leftist practice has become.”
Gilbert decided it was time for conservatives to respond to political leftists currently controlling the Democratic Party, using the language of the left.
“It occurred to me that the best term to mirror the political left would be characterize Hillary as being ‘Ameriphobic’ – basically a hater of the America conservatives love,” he explained. “So I had Donald Trump, supposedly after his inauguration as president, putting Hillary Clinton in a clinical therapeutic situation where Trump as an unseen voice-over would play the role of therapist, beginning a treatment to cure Hillary of her ‘Ameriphobia.’”
Gilbert described for WND his concept of the video.
“In my video, Hillary is hospitalized one day after Donald Trump’s inauguration on Jan. 23, 2017, at the Donald Trump Clinic for Ameriphobia,” he said. “Hillary is in a rubber room, but she is confused.
“Hillary asks Donald Trump, ‘Why am I here?’” he continued. “Trump tells her that he’s here to help her, and she will understand everything if she simply watches a video screen and says everything that comes to mind, like a Rorschach test.”
What follows is a series of photos and reactions by Clinton that illustrate her severe case of Ameriphobia, to the point that she comes to realize she is an Ameriphobe.
“There is a surprise ending as well,” Gilbert indicated. “I think the video is very humorous but illustrates in a very hard-hitting way how radical Hillary Clinton and the leftists controlling the Democratic Party have become. Sometimes I think Hillary hates America, or at least I have come to believe Hillary hates the America I grew up loving – the America of flags on Memorial Day, the Statue of Liberty, and the national anthem before sporting events.”
What is Ameriphobia?
Gilbert explained that “Ameriphobes have disdain for American values and “believe the American character is to be ‘racist’ and ‘selfish rather than tolerant and generous.”
“Ameriphobes dislike our police and military, and are especially uncomfortable in the presence of the American flag. Ameriphobes consider themselves morally superior to those who are not Ameriphobic,” he said.
“Ameriphobes blame America for most international conflicts,” he continued. “Even for strife in remote regions of the world, their suspicion points to America as the culprit. Ameriphobes believe the United States was, and still is, an oppressive colonial power, despite the fact that it was a British colony. Ameriphobes deify globalism, and resent when U.S. allies act independently, as with Britain’s exit from the European Union and Israel’s defending itself against terrorism.”
Gilbert said Ameriphobes admire international organizations, such as the United Nations and regional governments, such as the European Union.
“Ameriphobes regard U.S. government agencies that highly regulate Americans, such as the EPA, IRS, FEMA and FDA with great esteem,” he continued. “Ameriphobes trust government and the elite technocrats over their own judgment, and approve only of persons who conform.”
Gilbert also agrees with Lt. Gen. Mihai Pacepa, the former acting chief of communist Romania’s espionage service, who in a 2013 WND bestselling book “Disinformation” revealed that what today is known as “political correctness” was first introduced into the United States on orders of the Soviet controlled Communist International, COMINTERN, in the early 1930s through their affiliate, the Communist Party USA.
“Recognizing that their Marxist philosophy of total government control and collectivism was incompatible with American values, free markets and individual rights, the communists began a disinformation campaign that claimed the American way of life was oppressive, unjust and corrupt,” Gilbert said.
“Over the years, Ameriphobia permeated the American media, entertainment and universities, finally making its way into the Democratic Party platform. Today, the Democratic Party is an Ameriphobic radical socialist party.”
He argued President Obama is Ameriphobic.
“Obama spent his youth and early adult life being radicalized by Ameriphobes like his suspected real biological father and Soviet agent Frank Marshall Davis, domestic Marxist terrorist Bill Ayers, and Reverend Jeremiah Wright,” he said.
“In Chicago,” Gilbert pointed out, “Obama was a member of radical Ameriphobic groups like ACORN and the Socialist New Party. Obama spent his entire presidency spreading Ameriphobia at home and abroad.”
He elaborated on Clinton’s Ameriphobia.
“In high school, Hillary Clinton became a follower of Saul Alinsky, and later wrote her college thesis on his techniques for revolution against capitalism,” Gilbert noted.
“Hillary was a legal advocate for the Black Panthers while at Yale University and traveled to Berkley for a summer internship with a communist law firm,” he continued. “Hillary Clinton is in agreement with all of Barack Obama’s Ameriphobic policies, including ruling by executive order, open borders and anti-police messages.”
Asked to name other public figures he considered Ameriphobic, Gilbert produced a list of assorted national and international celebrities from the fields of politics, entertainment, sports and the news media.
“Ayatollah Khamenei, Michael Moore, Rachael Maddow, George Clooney, Bill deBlasio, Fidel Castro, Bernie Sanders, Bill Ayers, Barbara Streisand, Al Sharpton, Nancy Pelosi, George Soros, Rosie O’Donnell, Cher, Colin Kaepernick, Elizabeth Warren, Chris Mathews, Louis Farrakhan and Sean Penn are all Ameriphobes, just to name a few,” he elaborated.
“The Democratic Party, CAIR, Black Lives Matter, the United Nations, the Southern Poverty Law Center, Media Matters, Open Society Foundation, MSNBC, La Raza, the American Federation of Teachers, CPUSA, Occupy Wall Street, the Congressional Progressive Caucus and SEIU are all Ameriphobic organizations,” he continued.
WND asked what should a person do if he suspects he might be Ameriphobic?
“Seek immediate professional help at the Donald Trump Clinic for Ameriphobia,” Gilbert answered without hesitation.
Gilbert is a Los Angeles based filmmaker, and owner of Highway 61 Entertainment. He is the director and producer of recent political documentaries “Dreams from My Real Father,” “There’s No Place Like Utopia,” “Atomic Jihad” and “Farewell Israel,” as well as pop culture films on music legends such as Bob Dylan.