If Epcot were to open Israel I think it would awesome BUT, unlike Holy Land, Disney would probably keep their fingers clean of the religious aspects and focus more on other cultural aspects. Holy Land is supported by more than just guests. It's supported by Christian groups all over (radio stations, book stores, Christian schools, churches, television, etc.). I don't think they'll go under if Epcot were to open Israel. I'm kinda hoping Epcot opens a new land soon though because that generic Outpost is pretty lousy.I'm Jewish, but if I were feeling very cruel I would watch the cruxification (sp?) of Christ.
I'll post a video up that shows it and where there is even an interview of JESUS (or rather, the actor portraying him) in it.
I'm just surprised that this hasn't gone the way of Splendid China... if Epcot were to expand and add Israel (hey... thread idea ), it would be dead for sure.
Yea. I sooo bought this. While hilarious, it's frightening to see just how crazy religion can make people. And, being agnostic from the get-go I couldn't help but agree with half of what he was saying.