Hollywood’s Casting Couch, Hurricane Harvey Weinstein, and Illuminati Mind Control (3)

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Defending Weinstein

To bring this back into Weinstein and the culture of cover-up in Hollywood, we can look at his defense of Polanski in 2009:

Roman Polanski

“In September 2009, Weinstein publicly voiced opposition to efforts to extradite Roman Polanski from Switzerland to the U.S. regarding a 1977 charge that he had drugged and raped a 13-year-old, to which Polanski had pleaded guilty before fleeing the country. Weinstein, whose company had distributed a film about the Polanski case, questioned whether Polanski committed any crime.”

This begs the question of whether the people inside this circle of pedophilia and sexual abuse are coordinating efforts to keep their actions from the masses. Which brings us to the comments of Woody Allen, a director that infamously married his adopted daughter he had with his then-wife Mia Farrow (who not-so-ironically played Rosemary in Polanski’s Rosemary’s Baby).

Woody Allen made some comments that seemed to support Weinstein; as reported by The Daily Beast:

“With jaw-dropping sexual assault allegations leveled against the mogul galvanizing the industry and making headlines around the globe, it’s an almost unfathomably awkward time to premiere a new film from Woody Allen, who himself has been subject of sexual abuse allegations, and which is distributed by Amazon Studios, whose programming chief has just been accused of sexual harassment as well.

But then again, maybe it’s always a bad time to release a Woody Allen film with casual references to a father who might be sexually attracted to his daughter.

…The fact remains, however, that Winslet acted in the film Carnage for Roman Polanski, who was just accused by a fourth woman of sexually assaulting her while she was underage. (Weinstein, for his part, rallied the filmmaking community around Polanski to shield him from jail time, saying in 2009, «Whatever you think about the so-called crime, Polanski has served his time».) And when asked about whether the molestation allegations against Woody Allen gave her pause before agreeing to star in Wonder Wheel, her defense was, to be blunt, clumsy.

«Of course one thinks about it» she told The New York Times. «But at the same time, I didn’t know Woody and I don’t know anything about that family. As the actor in the film, you just have to step away and say, I don’t know anything, really, and whether any of it is true or false. Having thought it all through, you put it to one side and just work with the person. Woody Allen is an incredible director. So is Roman Polanski. I had an extraordinary working experience with both of those men, and that’s the truth.»”

Beyond Woody Allen, there are other Hollywood celebs that appear to be defending Weinstein, including allegations about Matt Damon and Russell Crowe:

“Waxman claims that she discovered a woman in London who had allegedly been paid off after what she claimed was an unwanted sexual encounter with Weinstein. Waxman claimed her reporting showed the head of Miramax Italy at the time, Fabrizio Lombardo, had no real film experience and was simply there to be sure women were always available to Weinstein. The story was supposedly gutted to remove any mention of sexual misconduct after associates of the Hollywood executive, reportedly including Damon and Russell Crowe, called to vouch for Lombardo at the behest of Weinstein.

Speaking to Deadline, Damon has a much different recollection of the events in question.

«My recollection was that it was about a one minute phone call. Harvey had called me and said, they’re writing a story about Fabrizio, who I knew from The Talented Mr. Ripley. He has organized our premiere in Italy and so I knew him in a professional capacity and I’d had dinner at his house,» Damon explained. «Harvey said, Sharon Waxman is writing a story about Fabrizio and it’s really negative. Can you just call and tell her what your experience with Fabrizio was. So I did, and that’s what I said to her. It didn’t even make the piece that she wrote.»” 

Upon further research into the journalist’s story (Sharon Waxman), it was revealed in her article on TheWrap that Weinstein may have had a part in dismantling this damaging story:

“I also tracked down a woman in London who had been paid off after an unwanted sexual encounter with Weinstein. She was terrified to speak because of her non-disclosure agreement, but at least we had evidence of a pay-off. 

The story I reported never ran. 

After intense pressure from Weinstein, which included having Matt Damon and Russell Crowe call us directly to vouch for Lombardo and unknown discussions well above our head at the Times, the story was gutted. 

I was told at the time that Weinstein had visited the newsroom in person to make his displeasure known. We knew he was a major advertiser in the Times, and that he was a powerful person overall. 

But I had the facts, and this was the Times. Right? Wrong. The story was stripped of any reference to sexual favors or coercion and buried on the inside of the Culture section, an obscure story about Miramax firing an Italian executive. Who cared?”

Waxman’s story discusses an NDA, which leads us to TMZ who also released the contract Weinstein had in place which has a misconduct clause to protect him from the abuse alleged against him:

“Harvey Weinstein may have been fired illegally by The Weinstein Company, a company that wrote a contract that said Weinstein could get sued over and over for sexual harassment and as long as he shelled out money, that was good enough for the Company.

TMZ is privy to Weinstein’s 2015 employment contract, which says if he gets sued for sexual harassment or any other «misconduct» that results in a settlement or judgment against TWC, all Weinstein has to do is pay what the company’s out, along with a fine, and he’s in the clear. According to the contract, if Weinstein «treated someone improperly in violation of the company’s Code of Conduct» he must reimburse TWC for settlements or judgments. 

Additionally, «You [Weinstein] will pay the company liquidated damages of $250,000 for the first such instance, $500,000 for the second such instance, $750,000 for the third such instance, and $1,000,000 for each additional instance».

The contract says as long as Weinstein pays, it constitutes a ‘cure’ for the misconduct and no further action can be taken. Translation — Weinstein could be sued over and over and as long as he wrote a check, he keeps his job.”

The contractual protections that were established weren’t quite enough to keep everyone’s voice silent on this (the “vow of silence” if you will). An actress named Asia Argento shared her story with the New Yorker and even had the incident reenacted on the film Scarlet Diva:

“Asia Argento, an Italian film actress and director, said that she did not speak out until now—Weinstein, she told us, forcibly performed oral sex on her—because she feared that Weinstein would «crush» her. «I know he has crushed a lot of people before» Argento said. «That’s why this story—in my case, it’s twenty years old, and some of them are older — has never come out».”

The list of people speaking out about their experiences with Weinstein becomes staggering when we look back at previous statements made. Courtney Love, Rose McGowan, Seth McFarlane, Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ashley Judd, Heather Graham, and Cara Delevingne are just some of those that spoke about Weinstein’s improprieties (and the list grows everyday).

Putting it all together

For years we’ve been examining our entertainment and pop culture with the underlying idea that there was something dark or hidden beneath the surface. Historically we’ve come to understand and maybe even accept the perversion and unorthodox behaviors of these celebrities because we’ve fallen for the lie that they are modern day “gods.” 

The occult belief system seeks to elevate man’s status to that of the gods but that is a dangerous proposition for reasons such as this.

The Times article on Elijah Wood seems to hit the theory close to home:

“«People look at Corey Feldman and think he’s a drug addict, so why should they listen to him?» says Anne Henry, co-founder of the BizParentz Foundation, an organisation established to protect child actors. «But that plays into the predators’ hands. They don’t want victims to be believed. We estimate that about 75% of the child actors who ‘went off the rails’ suffered earlier abuse. Drug addiction, alcoholism, suicide attempts, wandering through life without a purpose — they can all be symptoms».” 

When we look at the ideas of the MKULTRA mind control program and the alleged experiences of those who were subjected to it, we can see there is a bit of coping that occurs to deal with the trauma. Lindsay Lohan infamously defended Weinstein and we know that she has had similar depressed behavior in the past, including her “accent” and other behaviors typical of MKULTRA victims. R. Kelly was also alleged to be a mind controller as well, considering his “cults” of women.

Another consideration is that droopy eye of Weinstein which suggests he may be a victim of MKULTRA mind control as well!

Fritz Springmeier asserts there is a coordinated ring still operating that conducts these mind control experiments. He claims the victims are subjected to abuse that alters the mind and face in The Illuminati FormulaUsed to Create an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave: 

“Some alters are tortured in a fashion that the eye area is traumatized and they squint the left eye. They look like Baron Guy de Rothschild of France’s left eye looks. Guy de Rothschild is a major handler/programmer, but the reason for his drooping eye is not known. Perhaps it was torture.”

Granted its Weinstein’s right eye that is drooping; but the idea remains because the theory is that the trauma causes frontal lobe damage which causes the nerves around the eye to malfunction.

Seth Rogen once spoke about the differences between Hollywood and the “normal” world and made an interesting statement:

“«There is kind of like a wink and acceptance of that type behavior. A lot of Hollywood people like the fact we work in a business that doesn’t have the same rules as other businesses,» Rogen said. «They’re free to have varying personalities and stuff like that. That ultimately also allows people to excuse a lot of horribly inappropriate behavior that shouldn’t be acceptable».”

Conspiracy theorists and other “independent researchers” have been given a bad reputation from the whole “fake news” fallout of 2016; but it seems this is a situation in which they were right.

The pervasiveness of sexual abuse in the entertainment industry is finally coming to light and many celebrities have said that Weinstein is the “tip of the iceberg.”

The rest of the “iceberg” is of course, the abuse of children – whether it be sexual or the actual blood sacrifice. These literal monsters that conduct these forms of abuse do so because they believe in the absorption and release of fear as some kind of aphrodisiac or attainment of power (or even channeling it to the Archons reptilians if you consider David Icke’s theories).

We see these ideas encapsulated in Stephen King’s IT which saw a re-popularizing in 2017 with the new film.

Another connection to be had with the “Illuminati” is their throwback references to the ancient pagan-esque cultures like the Mesopotamians and Phoenicians which conducted blood sacrifices of children to deities such as Moloch. We mention it because Harvey Weinstein immediately “escaped” the allegations by heading to a resort in Scottsdale, AZ called “The Phoenician.”

Jennifer Lawrence won a Golden Globe for Silver Linings Playbook and thanked Harvey Weinstein in her acceptance speech and for: “killing whoever you had to kill to get me up here today” which leads us to wonder how literal this was…

The MSM helped put light on the Weinstein case when the New York Times published their Oct. 5th article on the subject so they’re not always entirely bad (albeit this was after many years of suspicions, allegations, and even proof of his actions).

However, the MSM isn’t always instrumental in getting the spotlight where it needs to be either. It was only after comedian Hannibal Buress made a joke about Cosby and told the audience to Google “Bill Cosby rape” that the idea went viral and action was finally taken.

All of this demonstrates the power of the NON-mainstream media in causing real change in our world. The attack of “fake news” and net neutrality puts these things at risk since we need both a mainstream media AND independent researchers.
An independent research into this realm of occult ideas in entertainment came to a few shocking conclusions. One of these was that they are seeking to instill their occult beliefs into our world: the idea that man can become god.

What’s a better example of man becoming “god” than celebrities?… They are basically treated as such and get away with atrocious acts of sexual abuse. This demonstrates what it can look like when we become “gods.” Nobody is capable of holding that title.


April 10, 2019 

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