A Hero Has Come To Save Us
It’s a bird…it’s a plane…no it’s… Indiana Jones in a helicopter on his way to meet the Minister of Forestry’s office to stop the haze!
Time for some hazy kick butt action…or not.
Check out the clash of the titans — Harrison Ford aka Mr Jones meets Indonesia’s former forestry minister, Zulkifli Hasan in this snippet of 2014 documentary series Years of Living Dangerously:
Bursting into the room Indy Jones style, he started off rather calmly and then BOOM emotions ran high.
It’s okay Mr Jones, we Singaporeans feel you. We are pissed at the Indonesians too.
Let’s take a look at how Mr Hasan went about pissing Mr Jones off.
Indy Jones be like: Fair Enough
You know things are getting serious when Jones says “It’s not funny”…
That tension though…
“WHAT HAVE YOU DONE”
Exactly. Just look at what you have done Indonesia.
You should be ashamed of yourself.
Go stand in the corner and reflect one what you have done. Now.
bruh…you did not just…
THIS IS THE 3RD TIME HE SAID IT.
What’s new? THERE’S NOTHING NEW.
The haze is still prevalent.
The Final Stage:
The level of done is real.
There’s only one thing left to do:
Life Goes On With The Haze
The clip is part of 2013 documentary Years of Living Dangerously, where producer James Cameron of Titanic and Avatar fame turns celebrities into journalists, getting them to ask tough questions of global warming.
Ford’s segment with the Minister of Forestry didn’t go down well, with Minister Hasan later claiming he was given the chance to “make only one or two comments”.
The actor was accused of “harassing state institutions”, and threatened with deportation.
Those threats didn’t matter after all since Ford was supposed to leave the country after just 2 days.
It’s alright Mr Jones, we appreciate all your efforts. We really do. Sometimes, things just don’t go as we want them to.
Looks like it’s time to move on now, with the haze.
Your efforts will forever remain etched in our hearts Mr Jones.
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