For those in parts of the country lacking a significant Jewish population, the word “Shiksa” has probably never entered your ears unless you heard it on Seinfeld or something back in the 90’s.
Therefore, perhaps it’s for the best if I explain that it’s a word that roughly translates to “abomination,” “impure,” or even “unclean or tainted meat.”
It is also a word that is used to refer to our women by the male members of the Tribe – in their minds, our women are objects to be taken and defiled at will without any consent or agreement on their part.
It’s a common occurrence in all media realms, and is widely known to be at its worst in the confines of Hollywood – pedophilia and rape of young boys is also quite favored among certain sectors of the Jewish film elite.
Therefore, nobody should be all that surprised at this breaking story, although learning that it was the New York Times that pushed the issue was definitely the shock factor of the day.
Two decades ago, the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein invited Ashley Judd to the Peninsula Beverly Hills hotel for what the young actress expected to be a business breakfast meeting. Instead, he had her sent up to his room, where he appeared in a bathrobe and asked if he could give her a massage or she could watch him shower, she recalled in an interview.
“How do I get out of the room as fast as possible without alienating Harvey Weinstein?” Ms. Judd said she remembers thinking.
You know, I almost feel bad for Ashley after hearing about what Jew Weinstein tried to do to her – my guess is that even nastier things happened that were kept much more hush hush over the years.
It’s really sad when you think about the psychological damage that can be done to females that are oftentimes also stuffed with drugs and alcohol while attempting to live their dreams.
It’s one of the main tactics for recruiting and keeping porno stars, and considering it’s oftentimes close (((relatives))) who run both industries, nothing would ever stun me.
In 2014, Mr. Weinstein invited Emily Nestor, who had worked just one day as a temporary employee, to the same hotel and made another offer: If she accepted his sexual advances, he would boost her career, according to accounts she provided to colleagues who sent them to Weinstein Company executives. The following year, once again at the Peninsula, a female assistant said Mr. Weinstein badgered her into giving him a massage while he was naked, leaving her “crying and very distraught,” wrote a colleague, Lauren O’Connor, in a searing memo asserting sexual harassment and other misconduct by their boss.
“There is a toxic environment for women at this company,” Ms. O’Connor said in the letter, addressed to several executives at the company run by Mr. Weinstein.
An investigation by The New York Times found previously undisclosed allegations against Mr. Weinstein stretching over nearly three decades, documented through interviews with current and former employees and film industry workers, as well as legal records, emails and internal documents from the businesses he has run, Miramax and the Weinstein Company.
During that time, after being confronted with allegations including sexual harassment and unwanted physical contact, Mr. Weinstein has reached at least eight settlements with women, according to two company officials speaking on the condition of anonymity. Among the recipients, The Times found, were a young assistant in New York in 1990, an actress in 1997, an assistant in London in 1998, an Italian model in 2015 and Ms. O’Connor shortly after, according to records and those familiar with the agreements.
In a statement to The Times on Thursday afternoon, Mr. Weinstein said: “I appreciate the way I’ve behaved with colleagues in the past has caused a lot of pain, and I sincerely apologize for it. Though I’m trying to do better, I know I have a long way to go.”
He added that he was working with therapists and planning to take a leave of absence to “deal with this issue head on.”
Across the years and continents, accounts of Mr. Weinstein’s conduct share a common narrative: Women reported to a hotel for what they thought were work reasons, only to discover that Mr. Weinstein, who has been married for most of three decades, sometimes seemed to have different interests. His home base was New York, but his rolling headquarters were luxury hotels: the Peninsula Beverly Hills and the Savoy in London, the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc near the Cannes Film Festival in France and the Stein Eriksen Lodge near the Sundance Film Festival.
Working for Mr. Weinstein could mean getting him out of bed in the morning and doing “turndown duty” late at night, preparing him for sleep. Like the colleague cited in Ms. O’Connor’s memo, some junior employees required to perform those tasks said they were disturbing.
In interviews, eight women described varying behavior by Mr. Weinstein: appearing nearly or fully naked in front of them, requiring them to be present while he bathed or repeatedly asking for a massage or initiating one himself. The women, typically in their early or middle 20s and hoping to get a toehold in the film industry, said he could switch course quickly — meetings and clipboards one moment, intimate comments the next. One woman advised a peer to wear a parka when summoned for duty as a layer of protection against unwelcome advances.
And on and on it goes – essentially a caricature of everything “evil and bigoted anti-Semites” like yours truly have said for years on end.
Funny how the Jews will attack anyone who suggests that these things even happen, but will clam up or pretend indignation whenever they’re literally caught with their pants down and their schmekels hanging out in the breeze.