Tito Ortiz to Star in Turkish Anti-American Film
<h1>Does Tito Ortiz hate America???</h1>
Probably not, but sensational headlines sell, toots.
The latest in a new genre of Turkish popular culture that vilifies the United States, a Turkish movie shows American soldiers in Iraq crashing a wedding and pumping a little boy full of lead in front of his mother.
They randomly machine-gun dozens of people to death, shoot the groom in the head and drag those left alive to Abu Ghraib prison where a Jewish-American doctor cuts out their organs, which he sells to rich people in New York, London and Tel Aviv. [...]
[The film] opens with a true story: On July 4, 2003, in northern Iraq, troops from the U.S. Armys 173rd Airborne Brigade raided and ransacked a Turkish special forces office, threw hoods over the heads of 11 officers, and held them in custody for more than two days. The Americans said they had been looking for Iraqi insurgents and unwittingly rounded up the Turks because they were not in uniform.
Still, the incident damaged Turkish-U.S. relations and hurt Turkish national pride. Turks traditionally idolize their soldiers; most enthusiastically send their sons off for mandatory military service.
I apologized if the sudden and violent erection you got from reading that put a smoking hole in your pants and fractured your penis against the monitor, but it gets better: so far we have Uwe Boll colloborator/absolutely incompetent distribution giant Billy Zane gunning down Turkish infants as he high fives Jewish mad scientist/organ traffiker Gary Busey, which puts this movie exactly one game of Rad Racer away from being the greatest film ever made. What the article does not mention, perhaps due to the fact that no one gives a ****, is that Tito Ortiz has a role as a character listed on the IMDb as "lieutenant", possibly a lieutenant of some kind.
Gary Busey .... Doctor
Kenan Çoban .... Abdülhey
Spencer Garrett .... Journalist
Ghassan Massoud .... Sheikh
Tito Ortiz .... Lieutenant
Necati Sasmaz .... Polat
What does this mean for the Huntington Beach Bad Boy? Pretty much nothing. All MMA fighters are required by federal law to star in at least three crappy action movies, and no one accused Bas Rutten of being racist against the future when he made that shitty space-commando movie. Even so, I'm not quite sure this is the right move for Tito. It's a bit of a stretch to go from wearing loud pants in the ring to murdering babies and selling their blood to Jewish vampires, though I hold no doubts that his newfound reputation as a wedding crasher/troop-hater will blend smoothly with his current, hard-partying persona.