Sharon Stone has done what other stars have done in the past and spoken out on an international disaster saying completely the wrong thing. This time it is about about the earthquake in China being bad karma. Therefore the 60,000 people who have died some how deserved to. Therefore going on that thinking, all the Americans who lost their lives from the floods in New Orleans must be some way connected to what happened to all the innoncent Iraqies who have died since the Gulf War. But does that mean they were not innocent as well. I dont know why natural disasters happen, and there are always innoncent people who die, but surely we should always try to help people that rather making fleeting comments on ‘Karma’. These people should say nothing if they do not want to help and have a responsibility to show compassion. In the end of the day Sharon Stone was famous for flashing her growler and karma has allowed her to spend far too much money on plastic surgeory, cocainne and booze.
Full press release to follow:
Sharon Stone made the comments in Cannes last week
Actress Sharon Stone has sparked criticism in China after claiming the recent earthquake could have been the result of bad “karma”.
The US star, speaking at the Cannes Film Festival, linked the recent disaster to Beijing’s policy on Tibet.
She said: “I thought, ‘Is that karma?’ When you are not nice, bad things happen to you.”
But Stone added she “cried” after the Tibetan Foundation asked her to help quake victims.
Stone, 50, said: “They wanted to go and be helpful, and that made me cry.
“It was a big lesson to me that sometimes you have to learn to put your head down and be of service even to people who aren’t nice to you.”
Stone made her comments last week in a brief interview with a Hong Kong film crew.
“I’m not happy about the way the Chinese are treating the Tibetans because I don’t think anyone should be unkind to anyone else,” Stone said, according to footage widely available on the internet.
“And then all this earthquake and all this stuff happened, and I thought, is that karma?”
Ng See-Yuen, founder of the UME Cineplex chain and the chairman of the Federation of Hong Kong Filmmakers, called Stone’s comments “inappropriate”.
According to a story in trade magazine Hollywood Reporter, he vowed not to show Stone’s films in his theatres.
UME has branches in Beijing, Shanghai, Chongqing, Hangzhou and Guangzhou, China’s biggest urban movie markets.
Stone’s comments also created a swell of anger on the internet, including at least one Chinese website devoted solely to disparaging her comments.
The Beijing Times also reported that some major Beijing department stores had removed advertisements for cosmetic and couture giant Christian Dior, which feature Stone’s image.
The earthquake struck south-west China on 12 May, leaving 68,109 people dead, with another 19,851 still missing.
SHARON THINK BEFORE YOU STINK!!!!!!!