Scarlett Johansson's Trouble is more than Oxfam

As Michael Curtis wrote yesterday for American Thinker, Scarlett Johansson finds herself crosswise Oxfam International, a global nonprofit outfit with a decidedly left-wing perspective. Johansson serves as an "ambassador" for Oxfam. Johansson's endorsement of SodaStream, an Israeli-based beverage company with a West Bank facility, has drawn the ire of the informal leftist-anti-Israel alliance. Oxfam is just the tip of the iceberg in the attack on Johansson. At this writing, Oxfam hasn't jettisoned Johansson. But the pressure on Oxfam to do so continues. Those groups and organizations arrayed against Johansson read like a Who's Who of leftist and anti-Semitic activism. Agree with Johansson's politics or not, enjoy her movies or not, the coordinated effort to intimidate Johansson to abandon her support for SodaStream by the left and its anti-Israel allies illustrates starkly the hardball tactics they'll employ. Boycotts and blacklisting are tools that this alliance not only uses...(Read Full Article)