“Short” being a relative term here. As usual with these things, it takes about three times too long to get its point across; Michael Moore did a much snappier job with the same material in “Bowling for Columbine.” Which maybe explains why Ahmadinejad is so hot to meet him — he needs tips on comic timing.
The evil Jew doesn’t make his appearance until about two-thirds of the way through, FYI. Stick with it: the revisionist version of who started the Soviet-Afghan war is worth the wait.
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Update: Here’s Moore’s version for comparison. It’s longer than I remembered it but he packed a lot more in there. He’s got more grievances than they do, I guess.