Michael Moore, the "Fahrenheit 9/11" filmmaker who tried his hand at directing music videos with Rage Against the Machine, would certainly approve of Eminem's new clip, "Mosh," which has just hit the Internet.
A scathing indictment of President Bush and the war in Iraq (see "Em Changes Targets From Jacko To Bush On New Track 'Mosh' "), the animated video begins with the jarring image of a commercial airliner flying over a school and then exploding offscreen. The point of view then zooms into the school, where Eminem is reading a children's book to a class in a scene reminiscent of the minutes following the 9-11 attacks, when Bush was at a Florida elementary school reading to second graders. Eminem is holding is book upside down From there, "Mosh" moves to Eminem's apartment, where the walls are covered with articles critical of the Bush administration and its policies. Filled with anger, he puts on gloves and dons a hooded jacket. Clips of Em rapping the track are then interspersed with scenes of domestic problems facing the country, such as racial profiling (an animated Lloyd Banks is harassed by police) and poverty (an inner-city family receives an eviction notice as their TV set shows Bush promising tax cuts for the wealthy).
"Mosh" portrays Eminem as a powerful rebellious figure who just by using his voice and music has the ability to mobilize people who are fed up with the president. With his following uniformly dressed in dark hoodies, the group looks to be storming toward the White House but actually end up signing up to vote. At the same time in the song, Em talks about the people assembling to disarm what he calls the real weapon of mass destruction: George W. Bush.
A pro-vote message is tagged on at the end of the clip, directed by Ian Inaba of the Guerrilla News Network, which is hosting the video at GNN.tv. Eminem's Encore is due November 16.
is this thread in the right forum?:confused:.anyway eminem made more anti-bush lyrics in the song "mosh".
Good shit! GO Eminem. He rocks . Lmao! :lol:
Celebrities should keep their opinions to themselves. They bore me with there anti-Blah blah attitudes.
ScOrPYCelebrities should keep their opinions to themselves. They bore me with there anti-Blah blah attitudes.
Thats how Celebs are man, they do that shit. Still funny!
12th March 2004
its just attention seeking by Eminem to keep the money rolling in, he doesn't need to do this
Thinking about it.
Leave politics to the stupid people.
another person that eminem is dissing. well atleast he's dissing someone of another profession this time.
Wanna go Double Dutch?
9th December 2003
hehe i would expect eminem to be republican...
anyway let him be, if it is for the money or for the greater good i don't care aslong as i can have a good laugh.
17th June 2002
On my Caring Metre, which runs from 1-10 (1 being 'OMG! A parrot just ate a leaf in a jungle somewhere!' and 10 being 'OMG! Someone just urinated in all your shoes!'), this rates a firm -3. So what if Eminem sang about Bush? Am I supposed to bow, or what? He could sing a song about genital herpes for all I care (he probably has, knowing him).
As much as I enjoy hearing about anyone laying into the menace that is Dubya, this does just smack of an attempt at cheap publicity... Stiill, if it helps oust Bush from the Whitehouse, good on him!