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Harvey Weinstein is not the nastiest thing going on in Hollywood


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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 have exposed and possibly put a stop to his deviancy.  How many women were sexually assaulted or even raped between 2004 and today?  It's been reported that Matt Damon and Russell Crowe were part of a group that pressured the Times not to report on these salacious activities.  Are they, in part, culpable for subsequent assaults?  How about all of the dozens of Miramax employees and others who sent young women to Harvey to be exploited and abused?
Sadly, Harvey Weinstein's act isn't the darkest in Hollywood's repertoire – at least that we know of.  As has been reported, the women Harvey sexually abused were adults.  But did Harvey rape or sexually abuse any minors?  Corey Feldman?  Corey Haim?  Drew Barrymore?  The Olsen twins?:snip:

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This is one of the things I Don't Get...and I'm not sure I want to.


I do however have a solution to this problem. It involves a .32 revolver and two behind the ear.

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These are the people whose endorsements of lifestyle, politicians, movies, books etc etc etc are SOOOO important along with their comments on social matters. Garbage in, garbage out.

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Investigate Hollywood, Mr. President. There Is Only Upside To Dragging Sex Criminals Into The Sunlight


President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions will be derelict in their duties if they do not launch a full investigation into the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault scandal.
At the very least, the next pompous award show would be a whole lot more muted, and justifiably so.
In what many celebrities, to include Mr. Trump himself, likely acknowledge: The depths of sexual criminality in Hollywood are almost certainly not limited to the likes of Weinstein and his company. Indeed, the so-called “open secret” has not been much of a secret as of late.
Hollywood has been openly raping women and children for decades. There’s Polanski. There’s Woody Allen. There’s Sean Connery bragging about smacking women around.:snip:

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Academy calls emergency meeting over Harvey Weinstein scandal


The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has called for an emergency board of governors meeting to address the “repugnant” allegations against disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.
“The Academy finds the conduct described in the allegations against Harvey Weinstein to be repugnant, abhorrent, and antithetical to the high standards of the Academy and the creative community it represents,” the Academy said in a statement Wednesday.
“The Board of Governors will be holding a special meeting on Saturday, October 14, to discuss the allegations against Weinstein and any actions warranted by the Academy,” it said.
Mr. Weinstein, who is facing numerous allegations of sexual harassment and assault, has been a member of the Academy for more than 20 years and took home an Oscar as producer of “Shakespeare In Love” in 1999, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Meanwhile, the two companies he founded, Miramax and The Weinstein Company, have been awarded five best picture Oscars for “Shakespeare in Love,” “The English Patient,” “Chicago,” “The King’s Speech” and “The Artist.”:snip:

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t’s Not Just Weinstein — Entertainment Industry Filled With Accused Sex Abusers

It’s not just Harvey Weinstein.

Weinstein is accused of using his powerful position in Hollywood to serially abuse women, particularly models and actresses.  At least 20 women have now accused Weinstein, who is a major Demoratic donor and fundraiser, of sexually harassing them. The New Yorker published a bombshell report containing graphic details of Weinstein’s abuse of several women, three of whom accused him of raping them.
That Weinstein was sexually abusive is said to have been an open secret among Hollywood elites.
But Weinstein is far from alone. The entertainment industry is filled with men accused of sex abuse.
Rapper R. Kelly was accused in July of running an abusive sex cult out of his home. Kelly allegedly made teenage girls sign nondisclosure agreements, before forcing them to be his personal sex slaves.
Legendary film director Woody Allen is still writing and directing star-studded films despite his own sex abuse scandal.:snip:

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Flashback Video: Barbara Walters Scolds Corey Feldman For Calling Out Hollywood Pedophilia

"You're damaging an entire industry!"

Chase Stephens

October 12, 2017


Actor Corey Feldman has spent many years speaking out about the epidemic of Hollywood's powerful elite using their influence to sexually abuse young actors trying to make it in show business.

In a clip from a 2013 episode of The View that's re-emerging in light of the revelations concerning disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein's alleged 30-year reign of sexual harassment and abuse, the 1980s child star can be seen telling the hosts what Hollywood is really like for young performers:






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