Home Tags Hollywood
We are certainly living in an intolerable world. That world always caters to the rich and powerful, the very people who continue to play dice with other people’s lives.
Is Kate Winslet really sorry for working with people like Allen and Polanski? Hardly.
“I can tell you that the number one problem in Hollywood was and is and always will be pedophilia. That’s the biggest problem for children in this industry."
By repudiating the moral order, Parasite finds itself in the same crazy prism which has been driving the capitalist system since Milton Friedman began to teach the Chicago Boys how to cheat the economic system at the University of Chicago.
They ranged from the lowly limousine drivers employed to transport women discreetly to “business meetings” in hotel rooms to the internationally – renowned lawyers...
“Thus, a good man, though a slave, is free; but a wicked man, though a king, is a slave. For he serves, not one man alone, but what is worse, as many masters as he has vices.”
"I was fortunate to become a part of the motion picture industry, not realizing that I had truly entered Alice’s Wonderland.”
Alan Moore: "I’d known about Crowley ever since I was twelve, when I had my spate of reading Dennis Wheatley occult paperbacks and being told that Aleister Crowley was the wickedest man in the world. There are references to Crowley in V for Vendetta…”
From Richie Allen "Richie is joined by the brilliant author, academic and broadcaster Dr. Kevin Barrett. Why do Hollywood A-Listers lend their support to the...
The #MeToo movement lacks moral rigor and is therefore melting in the heat of its own contradiction.
We are living in an intolerable world. The gangsters in that world do not want anyone to expose them because they would cease to have political dominion over us. They want to perpetuate categorical lies as truth. But every lie they utter brings them closer to destruction precisely because they cannot bury the truth forever.
...by Jonas E. Alexis Finally some people at the Washington Post have some common sense to say things that are almost unprintable. The Post has...
...by Jonas E. Alexis Angelina Jolie has recently delivered an emotional speech at the U.N. saying that “Sexual violence is everywhere – in the industry...
...by Jonas E. Alexis Former Pussycat Doll Kaya Jones is getting closer and closer to the inexorable truth about the music and entertainment industry: They...
...by Jonas E. Alexis The New Yorker has recently spilled the Hollywood beans by reporting that the much-debated Weinstein hired Mossad agents to continue his...
Hollywood is primarily governed by an ideology that invariably leads to a deep-seated hatred of the order of the universe and any culture that has adopted this order.
Here is "the best dossier you will find on Jewish Hollywood"—plus a taboo-shredding discussion of the psycho-sexual tribal political dynamics of the Weinstein affair.
...by Jonas E. Alexis When Corey Feldman declared in 2011 that “The No. 1 problem in Hollywood was and is—and always will be—pedophilia,” some people...
Courtney Love in 2005: “I’ll get libeled if I say it. If Harvey Weinstein invites you to a private party at the Four Seasons, don’t go.”
We should all strongly support McGowan for standing up against people like Weinstein. But she doesn’t really want to get to the heart of the issue because that would ruin much of her career.
“Brad threatened Harvey. He got right in his face, poked him in the chest and said, ‘You will not ever do this to Gwyneth ever again.’"
Did you know that the ADL gave Lady Gaga—yes, Lady Gaga—an award for “championing positive social change”? Did you know that Abraham Foxman himself said that Gaga is “a positive role model for young people”?
“When a writer or producer approaches the Pentagon and asks for access to military assets to help make their film, they have to submit their script to the entertainment liaison offices for vetting."
If the law has to be abandoned, then moral corruption is politically fulfilling. This corruption can also be projected onto society through Polanski's films such as Bitter Moon.
Steven Spielberg will never produce a movie that would expose the genocidal crime of the Israeli regime because he would “die for Israel.”
Varalaxmi Sarathkumar: “Women in the film industry have accepted the fate of the 'casting couch.’”
If people like Uri Klein want to attack Gibson for his “anti-Semitic” movie, why won’t they devote equal time and energy to condemning the Talmud for the same reason? Who are those people really fooling this time?
12Page 1 of 2