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If you’re going to call a celebrity out on something they said, you better watch out – the Internet has made it easier for them to fight back in record time.

 

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After media sources ridiculed Jessica Alba for saying Sweden was a neutral country during WWII (it was), the actress has taken to her MySpace Celebrity Blog to address the attacks against her intellect, writing: 

 

"Hey Guys,

Jay_eh here. I wanted to share with everyone in the ibeatyou and MySpace communities my experiences at the inauguration last week, so I put together a little video.

Before I get to the video, I want to clear some things up that have been bothering me lately. I find it depressing that in the midst of perhaps the most salient time in our country’s history, individuals are taking it upon themselves to encourage negativity and stupidity. Last week, Mr. Bill O’Reilly and some really classy sites (i.e.TMZ) insinuated I was dumb by claiming Sweden was a neutral country. I appreciate the fact that he is a news anchor and that gossip sites are inundated with intelligent reporting, but seriously people…it’s so sad to me that you think the only neutral country during WWII was Switzerland. Check out: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweden_during_World_War_II if you want to see what I was referring to. I appreciate the name calling and the accurate reporting. Keep it up!!

Now on to more important things…like our new President.

Click here to watch my inauguration video and read the rest of my blog.

Best,

JA"

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