…by Jonas E. Alexis
Rose McGowan seems to have committed an unpardonable sin: she has exposed Harvey Weinstein. Keep in mind that Weinstein was one of the most powerful moguls in Hollywood. You couldn’t mess with Weinstein; women couldn’t bargain with him unless they literally humiliated themselves; he thought he owned the movie world. Weinstein still thinks he is a savior who was destined to “change the world.”
Weinstein promised actresses that they would advance their careers if they had slept with him; he told actresses and models that they would ruin their careers if they didn’t respond positively to his sexual urge. And if women failed to comply, he’d call them “ungrateful cunt.” Actress Dominique Huett said that Weinstein didn’t take no for an answer.
Actress Mimi Haleyi concurred, going even further to say that Weinstein raped her while she was on her period. Actress and model Natassia Malthe would have agreed. Malthe recalled how Weinstein began to rape her:
“He began speaking about various A-list actresses who he claimed had slept with him. He told me that these actresses had gotten to where they were because of him and because they had sex with him.”
Weinstein obviously saw himself indestructible. So when McGowan publicly announced that Weinstein literally raped her, McGowan was obviously squaring off with the entire Khazarian Cult in Hollywood. McGowan even moved on to say that many movie producers, directors and actors knew about it.
As we have said in a previous article, by saying that people like Matt Damon and Ben Affleck knew about the rape, McGowan has implicitly said that Damon and Affleck were either cowards for staying silent during those years or were simply agreeing with Weinstein. Millions upon millions of dollars are indeed at stake here.
Both Damon and Affleck are A-list actors, and Justice League, which features Affleck as Batman, is coming out in less than three weeks. The movie companies would have been elated if they could discredit all the accusations that have been leveled against movie producers in Hollywood, but it seems to be impossible at this juncture.
Or maybe not…
“An arrest warrant for felony possession of a controlled substance has been issued for actress Rose McGowan, who is one of dozens of women who accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct. The felony charge stems from a police investigation of personal belongings left behind on a United flight arriving at Washington Dulles International Airport on January 20.”
There is something fishy about this. Why now? This happened in January and now the police department is investigating it? How irresponsible? Or how stupid? Granted, it is possible that McGowan is guilty, but shouldn’t the government fire some of the people at the police department for investigating this issue now? Could there be a hidden agenda here?
McGowan obviously thinks so. McGowan said that the Weinstein Company tried to give her one million dollars to shut her up, but she refused to take it. She said in response to the substance allegations: “Are they trying to silence me? There is a warrant out for my arrest in Virginia. What a load of HORSESHIT.”
We are in no way saying that McGowan is not morally negligent. In fact, we will point out this weekend that her worldview is morally and intellectually contradictory and therefore worthless. But the fact that she stood against one of most powerful lights in Hollywood obviously shakes the entire structure of the industry. Weinstein has even been “banned for life from Producers Guild.”
In other words, Harvey Weinstein’s career in Hollywood is officially over, and one of the women responsible for this is indeed Rose McGowan. Perhaps this is one reason why the industry would love to see her head on a silver platter.
 “’I’m a martyr’: Disgraced Harvey Weinstein believes he is a savior who was born to ‘change the world’ by taking the fall for sexual assaults,” Daily Mail, October 31, 2017.
 “Sarah Polley speaks out about Harvey Weinstein experience,” Toronto Sun, October 16, 2017.
 “Harvey Weinstein ‘raped me after the BAFTAs’: Actress tearfully tells how ‘sex abuser’ producer burst into her London hotel room and forced himself on her after attending the awards with his wife,” Daily Mail, October 25, 2017.
 “Arrest warrant out for Rose McGowan: Weinstein accuser wanted for drug possession, as actress suggests it wouldn’t have happened if she’d taken producer’s ‘hush money,’” Daily Mail, October 31, 2017.
 “Harvey Weinstein banned for life from Producers Guild,” Entertainment Weekly, October 30, 2017.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.