Last night in Los Angeles, Mel Gibson and OctoSana left their almost 3-month-old baby friend with a non-Jewish baby sitter to attend the premiere of his new movie The Title Doesn’t Matter Because You Won’t See This Shit Anyway.
It’s nice to see that stresses of fatherhood hasn’t faded Mel’s “crazier than OctoMommy’s uterus” glow. Whiskey is still good to him. And it’s also nice to see that OctoSana’s body snapped right back to normal. Now, don’t accuse her of undergoing Post-Baby Posh Special. OctoSana is simply on the Living With Mel Gibson Diet. It’s more effective than a Dexatrim and a laxative.
And since we’re on the subject of crazy ass Mel, here’s what the Hollywood Reporter’s Roger Friedman wrote about his father this morning. Now we know where Mel gets it from:
His father is a famous Holocaust denier who has a Web site explaining all his crazy beliefs. He also disavows the Pope and the Roman Catholic Church in favor of his own brand of Catholicism.On a radio show called “The Political Cesspool,” broadcast on Jan. 9, 2010, Hutton Gibson went after the late Pope John Paul II for visiting the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, for being a Russian or Communist agent and other crazy stuff.
“The whole bunch at the top,” Hutton Gibson says at 14:58 of the interview, of the current Archdiocese, ”if they’re not outright queer, they’re supportive of it. They do nothing about the terrible things that go on among the clergy and the bishops.”
All that money that movie fans gave Mel in the past for his movies, including “The Passion of the Christ,” has been used to fuel these ideas. Mel currently has $50 million parked in a not-for-profit foundation called the A. P. Reilly Foundation. The foundation funds his private Holy Family Church in Malibu, California. The church is not recognized by any Archdiocese because the Gibsons have essentially seceded from regular Catholicism.
On his website, Hutton Gibson calls Pope Benedict XVI “Benny the Rat.”
And this is the same Mel Gibson who had seven children with his wife, then left her for a younger woman — with whom he now has an illegitimate child. I’m not sure which Catholic church approves of this.