Harvey Weinstein is back in the news, allegedly admitting in a new interview that he offered jobs in return for sex, and perverse Democratic Party elitist Director claiming that everyone else in Hollywood does the same thing. However, now it seems the article is being painted as misrepresentation.
<h2>“I offered acting jobs in exchange for sex, but so does everyone – they still do.”</h2>~<b>Harvey Weinstein</b> allegedly told Spectator Magazine.
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The new interview with the British Magazine Spectator comes after the perverted scumlord former Director and Democratic Party elite gave his first interview since being put in handcuffs by the New York Police Department, where he awaits trial for just a few of his countless sexual abuses against women in Hollywood.
Weinstein, the once widely-popular Jewish Director who built an empire in film and production, was quite blunt about what happens in the liberal cesspool of filth and degeneracy known as Hollywood.
“You were born rich and privileged and you were handsome. I was born poor, ugly, Jewish and had to fight all my life to get somewhere. You got lotsa girls, no girl looked at me until I made it big in Hollywood,” Weinstein told Spectator. “Yes, I did offer them acting jobs in exchange for sex, but so did and still does everyone. But I never, ever forced myself on a single woman.”
According to Harvey Weinstein, <i>the arrangements were mutual</i>, a claim most would find atrocious or stunning, but as Spectator article's author Taki puts it, “Call me naïve or stupid, but in a funny way I believe him.”
There's no doubt a cycle of abuse surrounding Harvey Weinstein, where he would prey on young girls by using his extraordinary superstardom status to achieve sexual relationships in return for casting a lesser-known or aspiring star, and it's outright a disgusting environment for any woman to have to work in.
There's no excuse for Harvey Weinstein’s behavior, but one does have to ask, <i>how many of those who slept with Harvey Weinstein in exchange for film roles did so willingly?</i>
There's a fair argument from several perspectives here.
One would be, that the woman is sexually harassed in the first place, and pressured into the sex to maintain a career. You can't argue with that statement, because it's true.
Another perspective would be, is this the type of behavior that occurs so often in Hollywood, that it's a normal practice? Was Harvey Weinstein thrown under the bus for something that occurs all the time?
Again, I cannot defend Harvey Weinstein. I find his actions repulsive, I believe he's a sexual predator, and I wouldn't be surprised to find out he's a pedophile.
I do, however, believe that this behavior is common in the arena of Hollywood, where so many men, women, and children are competition for roles to achieve fame and fortune, that some would be willing to do almost anything to reach that success.
Does that delegitimize the severity of the allegations against Weinstein? No. He's a sideshow freak who deserves far more punishment than he'll ever receive.
He's tormented lives, having been connected to a multitude of women who have suffered pragmatic depression, even Asia Argento, the one-girlfriend of the allegedly suicidal Anthony Bourdain, who met an untimely fate recently that has sparked interest and conspiracy realities of endless proportion.
One of Weinstein’s victims, and who most would credit as the “true founder” of the #MeToo movement, Rose McGowan, came to the defense of Argento and Bourdain after the alleged suicide.
“I know so many around the world thought of Anthony Bourdain as a friend and when a friend dies, it hurts. Many of these people who lost their ‘friend’ are wanting to lash out and blame,” McGowan wrote. “You must not sink to that level. Suicide is a horrible choice, but it is that person’s choice.”
The Author of the Spectator piece clearly has heavy involvement in the Hollywood scene, suggesting he knows Harvey Weinstein enough to know that he flirts with almost every woman he meets.
“Will you give me your address and I’ll make you a star,” the Spectator author describes Harvey Weinstein’s pick-up lines. It's quite believable, knowing that some of the victims of Weinstein say his ego is beyond that of a Goodyear Blimp in proportion.
The most interesting part of Harvey Weinstein’s newest interview is his claim that the behavior of hiring for sex, in other words, winning a role in a film for sleeping with a director or producer, is something that he alone is not guilty of.
The Infamous “casting couch” is a controversial topic to discuss, as many would view it as a way to label women who are promiscuous, and others would take offense suggesting that it's a derogatory way of claiming someone should be raped.
I'd venture to say that it's a reality, and it happens quite frequently, just as Harvey Weinstein said.
Harvey Weinstein: <b>“I offered acting jobs in exchange for sex but so does everyone – they still do.”</b>
That's a powerful statement, one that suggests Harvey Weinstein knows more than he's leading on about.
I, for one, have always believed that while the #MeToo movement was critical to redpilling the public about the atrocities which occur in the Democratic Party’s favorite city of scumbags, Hollywood, it was also a distraction of sorts from the real problems of pedophilia which are believed to exist inside the film industry, especially that of Hollywood.
We've seen dozens of Hollywood stars, celebrities, even politicians exposed as a result of #MeToo, and that's fantastic for the Trump base as the world awakens to the realities of the Marxist indoctrination occurring at the hands of these perverts within the Democratic Party through film and television.
We're grateful that this has happened, and it's helped spawn a mass exodus from the left, as well as a boycott of film and TV in general.
This is great; people are waking up.
However, what about the pedophilia that is alleged to occur behind the scenes?
<i>Well, now it seems that the article is under scrutiny, with attorneys representing the movie mogul claiming that he failed to make any new admissions.</i>
This happened just as I'm in the process of writing this article you're reading now.
We, fortunately,<a href="http://archive.is/6FGHG"> have the Spectator article archived</a>, prior to editing.
It seems that Weinstein’s legal team has suggested that the interview between him and Taki of the Spectator was “misrepresented,” but that seems sort of strange, to me.
Ben Bradman, infamous Weinstein attorney, is pointing fingers at the friend of Weinstein and Spectator author Taki, raising questions and of course, sparking more conspiracies about what is transpiring.
<a href="http://www.tmz.com/2018/07/13/harvey-weinstein-trading-acting-jobs-for-sex-spectator/">TMZ Reports: </a>
<blockquote>Brafman says he was present, but that's not what his client said. Brafman says, "Harvey and Taki [the reporter] did not discuss the case, nor would I allow him to. They talked about old Hollywood and the contrast to European culture and I think Taki sees Harvey in that older light. Mr. Weinstein never said anything about trading movie roles for sexual favors."</blockquote>
<blockquote>Weinstein's people also reached out to Taki, who they say copped to lies in the story. Taki's statement is a retraction, saying, "I believe that I may have misrepresented Harvey Weinstein's conversation with me. It was my mistake."</blockquote>
Is there an intentional effort to protect other elites in Hollywood? You be the judge, but anyone with a brain has to ask themselves how the article could be published only to later have it shunned as being misleading.
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Regardless, Weinstein is now facing 66 years behind bars, if convicted.
Just last week,<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/30795-New-York-Harvey-Weinstein-Pleads-Not-Guilty-to-New-Sexual-Assault-Charges"> Weinstein was hit with additional sexual assault charges from a third woman</a>, making it almost as if he has nothing to lose by telling the truth.
Nothing will change what Weinstein has done, and there's no way for him to gain vindication. He can, however, come clean about what he knows is happening in Hollywood, and potentially seek forgiveness from God.
As for America, and his victims, such solitude seems highly unlikely.
What's really going on in Hollywood? Do you believe that the media at Spectator misrepresented Weinstein, or was the initial report the truth and it was pulled after succumbing to pressures from the Democratic Party’s elites who run Hollywood?
Comment below and let us know what you think. I'm baffled that such an occurrence can take place only to be withdrawn afterward.
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