As more (and more) revelations come out about slimeball and (alleged) serial rapist Harvey Weinstein, there is a more sinister conspiracy still hidden in the Hollywood hills: pedophilia. It seems that, for a decade a more, courage was in short supply in Hollywood, as dozens (maybe hundreds) of people knew of Harvey´s predilections (for starlets) and did absolutely nothing. It has now been reported that as far back as 2004, the N.Y. Times was aware of at least some of the extent of Harvey Weinstein´s sexual abuse and, one suspects for political reasons, decided to spike a story that would
Comments: As I commented after the article, I strongly suspect that this goes beyond pedophilia, and into sex trafficking. I believe this is just the beginning of what is going to be uncovered.
Been going on for decades. Watch the movie Gods and Monsters about James Whale of Frankenstein fame. Most sex then was homosexual. Famed director George Cukor was noted for his wild pool parties with young naked men. Kept quiet then as now
These are the slime that dared to agree with Hillary when she called us Deplorables! They stand up at these award shows and trash Republicans, Conservatives, and Christians. They make fun of us at every turn while turning a blind eye to the sexual shenanigans in Hollywood. Their movies like Wolf of Wallstreet are decadent and about decadence. They glorify it and award it. They give money to the Clintons who support their lifestyles. Maybe the tables have started to turn and we will get our morals back before it is too late. God knew what he was doing when he backed Pres. Trump.
Weinstein screwed individual actresses who needed his help to get movie roles. Hollywood in general screws all of us through the heinous content of the movies they pump out, twisting history, inverting values, making the Devil a hero and heroes into devils, etc.
Nope; as inglorious as Weinstein was, he´s just the tip of the vibrator, I mean iceberg...
Given the interlacing of Hollywood and the political elites in our country I think the whole Pizzagate things needs another look. What the hell has happened to our country. We should have known that once infanticide was legalized we totally lost our way.
I worked for Xerox in Hollywood back in the late 60s. It was common knowledge that the only way one could get into the movies were to do so on the casting couch. I wasn´t part of the Hollywood set, just an observer.
In the fifty years since I worked in Hollywood, it went from decadent to slime to lower than sewer scum in the years after I moved on.
Now I understand why Hollywood characterizes every business man as a crook and every man a sexual harasser. It´s because in their environment it´s true. And apparently they have no idea that it´s not true everywhere else. (except maybe in congress)
If the Russians can think and respond fast enough, they can create all sorts of havoc into these matters by inserting misleading and outright false information in threads like the one under the article.
There is no doubt that the Weinstein revelations, so far, have not even scratched the surface of the sexual depravity that has existed in Hollywood since the beginning of the movie industry.
Weinstein himself has now left the country on a private jet, we are told bound for some yet unidentified location in Europe, where he thinks he can hide out until the smoke clears. Then pop up fraudulently claiming that he has been cured, and return to the USA to take up where he left off, as there is no way that sexual perverts can actually be cured.
Don´t be surprised if in a couple of years Hollywood does not make a movie about this incident and votes to hand that movie a number of Academy Awards.
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