Like an oxcart pulled by four of the heartiest, mustachioed women in all the village, the publicity machine is rolling full speed ahead for the big screen debut of the world's most radical men's swimwear revisionist, Borat Sagdiyev. The first four minutes of the film are now available for viewing on YouTube—clearly the fiendish handiwork of the greedy, mischief-making Jew-devils in charge of Fox marketing—and Borat has been quick to align himself with fellow like-minded movie icons at recent press appearances:
"I would like to meet the fearless anti-Jew warrior, Melvin Gibson," Cohen, who was playing his character, told reporters at a scripted junket in Santa Monica. "We agree with his comments that the Jews started all wars. We also have proof that they were responsible for killing off all the dinosaurs. And Hurricane Katrina - they did it."
If that weren't enough, Sagdiyev added yet another show of solidarity for the troubled and misunderstood star, offering a heartfelt coda in which he tearfully admitted he too has long struggled with an addiction to fermented horse urine, a self-destructive habit that has hung over him for years, "like the massive honey-udders of my extremely giant whore-sister."