We all know by now that Harvey Weinstein, to use Donald Trump’s phraseology, was literally grabbing women “by the pussy.” It got so bad that Brad Pitt himself wanted to give Weinstein a “Missouri whooping” for groping Gwyneth Paltrow, then Pitt’s girlfriend. Paltrow, who was just 22 years old, declared: “I was a kid, I was signed up, I was petrified.”
Once source declared: “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.’ He made it absolutely clear this was not going to happen again and it didn’t.”
Pitt actually made the threat when he was not a major figure in Hollywood. This seems to suggest that it would have been extremely difficult for him to make such a radical move after he became a household name. Back then, Pitt was “one of the only men in Hollywood who stood up and said something. That’s a fact.”
Even after the confrontation, Weinstein called Paltrow and “threatened her not to speak to anyone else about it.” Pitt and Weinstein never really became good buddies, despite the fact that the Weinstein Company ended up producing Inglorious Basterds, starring Brad Pitt himself.
But Weinstein’s sexual appetite was known among Hollywood insiders for years, and no one was willing to blow the whistle because they were afraid. It has been reported by the New Yorker that Weinstein
“allegedly forcibly performed oral sex on Italian actress Asia Argento two decades ago. Actresses Mira Sorvino and Rosanna Arquette also claimed that after rejecting Weinstein’s unwanted advances, they were removed from or kept from being hired for projects.”
But Weinstein again was just getting started. He had other fish to fry, and that also included Angelina Jolie. Jolie, we are told, “was confronted with similar behavior from Weinstein when she was younger, too, as the film Playing by Heart was releasing into theaters in 1999. She said that she, too, rebuffed his advances in a hotel room. She would have been only 24 at the time.”
Jolie sent the New York Time a letter saying in part: “I had a bad experience with Harvey Weinstein in my youth, and as a result, chose never to work with him again and warn others when they did. This behavior towards women in any field, any country, is unacceptable.”
Weinstein “proposed” actress Dawn Dunning in a similar fashion. He even told her that she would never make it in the entertainment industry if she didn’t have a “three-way sex” with Weinstein himself. Weinstein was again exploring his sexual landscape, going from one territory to the next:
“Louisette Geiss revealed Weinstein had tried to force her to watch him masturbate while she was pitching a movie at the Sundance Film Festival in 2008.”
“We went to his office and had a great conversation about his current film and about the film I was pitching. He seemed genuinely interested in the script I had co-written. After 30 minutes he excused himself to go to the bathroom. He returned in a robe with the front open, buck-naked.
“He told me to keep talking about my film and that he was going to get into his hot tub, which was in the room adjacent to his office, steps away. I kept talking as he got into the hot tub. When I finished my pitch, he asked me to watch him masturbate. I told him I was leaving. He quickly got out of the hot tub. As I went to get my purse to leave, he grabbed my forearm and pulled me to his bathroom and pleaded with me to watch him masturbate. My heart was racing, and I was very scared.”
All right. We all know about Weinstein now. But what again was his essential ideology? One reader has recently sent me an article (“The Specifically Jewy Perviness of Harvey Weinstein”) which has been published by the Jewish magazine Tablet. The author of the article, Mark Oppenheimer, declared that Weinstein’s sexual voyage can be found in Philip Roth’s Portnoy’s Complaint. The book is essentially about a Jewish boy by the name of Alexander Portnoy who keeps fantasizing about “a mythical shiksa goddess whom he nicknamed Thereal McCoy.”
The release of Portnoy’s Complaint in 1969 was hailed as a messianic event because the book intended to liberate the Khazarian Mafia from the moral law. As E. Michael Jones puts it, “The premise—that morality is a kind of fascism that is imposed by the strong on the weak to control them—is the only possible premise that makes Portnoy’s Complaint role as savior plausible.”
That is the crux of the matter, and it certainly represents the worldview that guides Harvey Weinstein’s life. Drawing similarities between Portnoy’s Complaint and Harvey Weinstein, Oppenheimer writes:
“Harvey is cut from the same cloth. Growing up in Queens, he fantasized of fame and fortune, and, once he got them, he struggled to maintain them by building himself into a larger-than-life figure. He yelled at employees like he was a studio boss from the 1920s—the only thing missing was a riding crop. He ran Oscars campaigns like they used to in Old Hollywood. And he harassed women not necessarily to use them as instruments of his pleasure, but to use them as instruments of his power.
“It goes without saying that nearly every one of these women—Rose McGowan, Ambra Batillana, Laura Madden, Ashley Judd, etc.—was a Gentile, all the better to feed Weinstein’s revenge-tinged fantasy of having risen above his outer-borough, bridge-and-tunnel Semitic origins.”
In short, Harvey Weinstein’s behavior was essentially a creation of the Talmudic ideology, which got morphed into Portnoy’s Complaints, and which ended up corrupting an entire generation of Jewish readers.
But the crux of the matter is that by condemning Weinstein, people in the entertainment industry inexorably condemns themselves because they have been teaching the same thing for decades. Hollywood’s native language is sexual liberation. In other words, if Hollywood stars are really shocked about Weinstein’s behavior, then they need to apologize for movies like By the Sea.
Actress Lea Seydoux, known for subversive movies like Blue is the Warmest Color, has recently lamented that
“We were talking on the sofa when he [Weinstein] suddenly jumped on me and tried to kiss me. I’ve been at dinners with him where he’s bragged openly about Hollywood actresses he has had sex with. He’s also said misogynistic things to me over the years. ‘You’d be better if you lost weight.’ That comment shocked me.”
Seydoux could not look at herself in the mirror and realize that she is as morally guilty as Weinstein.
 Mark Oppenheimer, “The Specifically Jewy Perviness of Harvey Weinstein,” Tablet, October 9, 2017.
 E. Michael Jones, The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and Its Impact on World History (South Bend: Fidelity Press, 2008), 971-972.
 For documentation, see Michael Hoffman, Judaism Discovered (Coeur D’Alene: Independent History & Research, 2008).