Even if you’re someone who has issues with us because of our Ethno-Nationalist platform, at least give us kudos for being right on literally everything we’ve said about Hollywood and major entertainment during the last generation.
We were right on the industry being Jewish, we were right about the “casting couch,” we were right about the serial buggery of young boys by directors/producers, we were right about perverted Jews like Harvey Weinstein, and it looks like we were right when we talked about the human trafficking that goes on behind the gilded closed doors of the elite.
It was a villainous scheme too twisted for any superhero show.
“Smallville” actress Allison Mack was arrested Friday for her role in sick upstate sex cult Nxivm, where prosecutors allege she recruited “slaves” to sleep with the group’s leader — and held them down as they were “branded” with his initials.
A gaunt, disheveled Mack, 35, appeared in Brooklyn federal court Friday and pleaded not guilty to charges of sex trafficking and forced labor — a month after leader Keith Raniere was collared on the same charges.
There doesn’t seem to be anything tying Raniere to any sort of Jewish ancestry, although his organization (on paper supposedly a motivational self-help group) was bankrolled to the tune of millions by a two Jewish heiresses.
They were also members if court documents are to be believed.
Mack was Raniere’s direct “slave” and previously had a sexual relationship with him — but also acted as a “master” to other slaves, who were starved and branded like cattle.
As Raniere’s initials were being burned into their pubic regions with a cauterizing pen, Mack allegedly put her hands on their chests and told them to “feel the pain” and to “think of [their] master.”
Okay, this is sounding like something from a depraved Bolshevik fantasy.
The actress — who played Clark Kent’s pal Chloe Sullivan in the “Smallville” TV series about Superman’s origins — first lured female Nxivm members into the secret society known as The Vow by describing it as a “women’s empowerment group” and cajoled them into handing over “collateral” like embarrassing photos and statements to gain entry, prosecutors allege.
She then groomed the women for sex with Raniere, ordering them to adhere to extremely restrictive diets, refrain from removing their pubic hair and stay celibate, according to court documents.
So I was a “Smallville” fan for a little while when it was a popular show, and I thought I remembered Mack as being a semi-cute girl in a mousy sort of way.
But then I started wondering about some of her facial features when I started looking at photos:
No upper lip to speak of, a nose that forms a “6,” and ears that seem a little odd for a girl supposedly of good European stock.
I figured that maybe I was just looking at a bad image – we all have some taken at least once a lifetime.
But no, everything seems to be consistent:
I then entrusted myself to the care of my friend Google, and in less than 60 seconds, found enough information to confirm my suspicions.
Need I say it?
Every. Single. Time.