When this story first broke, I was personally sure beyond a shadow of a doubt that were dealing with a top-level “casting couch” Jew more evil than the rest, but I then got a little concerned when a few days went by without all the details emerging.
For a while, all we had were gross comments, groping accusations, and an incident involving masturbation and a potted plant – my guess is that Harvey was following some sort of Talmudic ritual with that.
I suppose the main fear was that (((Hollywood))) would consolidate, close ranks, and defend the creature who did so much in the old days to bring revenue and publicity for causes worthless and degenerate.
But now, oh now the fun’s beginning and my worries have utterly evaporated – this fat Christ-Killing rat might find himself criminally charged if the winds continue blowing in the right direction.
And my guess is that no fellow Tribesmen are going to stand with him due to the tsunami of credible victims, the irrefutable evidence, and the sheer overstretched nature of Jewry as a whole.
When Gwyneth Paltrow was 22 years old, she got a role that would take her from actress to star: The film producer Harvey Weinstein hired her for the lead in the Jane Austen adaptation “Emma.” Before shooting began, he summoned her to his suite at the Peninsula Beverly Hills hotel for a work meeting that began uneventfully.
It ended with Mr. Weinstein placing his hands on her and suggesting they head to the bedroom for massages, she said.
“I was a kid, I was signed up, I was petrified,” she said in an interview, publicly disclosing that she was sexually harassed by the man who ignited her career and later helped her win an Academy Award.
She refused his advances, she said, and confided in Brad Pitt, her boyfriend at the time. Mr. Pitt confronted Mr. Weinstein, and soon after, the producer warned her not to tell anyone else about his come-on. “I thought he was going to fire me,” she said.
Rosanna Arquette, a star of “Pulp Fiction,” has a similar account of Mr. Weinstein’s behavior, as does Judith Godrèche, a leading French actress. So does Angelina Jolie, who said that during the release of “Playing by Heart” in the late 1990s, he made unwanted advances on her in a hotel room, which she rejected.
“I had a bad experience with Harvey Weinstein in my youth, and as a result, chose never to work with him again and warn others when they did,” Ms. Jolie said in an email. “This behavior towards women in any field, any country is unacceptable.”
On Tuesday, The New Yorker published a report that included multiple allegations of sexual assault, including forced oral and vaginal sex. The article also included accounts of sexual harassment going back to the 1990s, with women describing how intimidating Mr. Weinstein was.
If you still have any doubts as to how Jews actually perceive our womenfolk, please take the time to read the article linked above.
Do so on an empty stomach, however, for the very thought of Harvey pulling out his schmekel should be enough to bring up even the slightest bit of food and/or drink.
Several days ago, additional actresses began sharing with The Times on-the-record stories of casting-couch abuses. Their accounts hint at the sweep of Mr. Weinstein’s alleged harassment, targeting women on the way to stardom, those who had barely acted and others in between. Fantasies that the public eagerly watched onscreen, the women recounted, sometimes masked the dark experiences of those performing in them.
The encounters they recalled followed a similar narrative: First, they said, Mr. Weinstein lured them to a private place to discuss films, scripts or even Oscar campaigns. Then, the women contend, he variously tried to initiate massages, touched them inappropriately, took off his clothes or offered them explicit work-for-sex deals.
What we really need to get down to the bottom of is whether Weinstein had accomplices in his sick and twisted activities.
Did he act alone (unlikely), or did he bring in others to take advantage of the already-broken and pliable victims?
And please note that I’m not just talking about other Jews – that much is pretty much guaranteed.
And before you say that this last image just doesn’t fit in the context of this story, please note that we even have Black males saying they were victimized at the hands of the “casting couch.”
For that, however, I’ll just pass on the details – names of the predators will suffice.