Tarantino sorry for not speaking out sooner about Weinstein
“I knew he did a couple of these things. I wish I had taken responsibility,’ says director who worked on several films with producer now accused of sexual assault and rape
ed note–a few things worth considering here.
Tarantino is not ‘sorry’ about anything, other than the fact that this came to light and he got dragged into it as a material witness and now has to do the ‘mea culpa’ thing. Furthermore, as bad as the initial reports are, all can rest assured that Weinstein is guilty of doing a LOT MORE than what has so far been alleged. Furthermore, all can rest assured as well that Weinstein is just the tip of the Jiceberg and has only been sacrificed like a hog on a spit in the hopes that all interest in the real story of what goes on in Jollywood will die down once he is removed from the scene.
Remember, Jollywood is just an extension of Judea Inc, where the black magic of Judaism–as handed down initially in the Torah and then energized and enriched in the Talmud–is put into practice in robbing Gentiledom of its God-given intelligence and ability to reason and with that in mind, all must assume that the worst things imaginable that can be done HAVE been done and continue to be done on a daily basis. Of all the various tentacles that organized Jewish interests possess and utilize in imprisoning humanity in its grasp–control of money, politics, churches, media, etc, it is this last item that is of most importance and without which all the others would be useless.
Times of Israel
Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino said he regrets not speaking out sooner about alleged sexual misconduct by disgraced producer Hervey Weinstein.
Tarantino, who worked with Weinstein on some of his most successful films, including “Pulp Fiction,” said in an interview published Thursday by the New York Times that he “knew enough to do more” than he did about the allegations, which include harassment of dozens of women, including actresses Gwyneth Paltrow and Ashley Judd, as well as rape.
“There was more to it than just the normal rumors, the normal gossip,” Tarantino said in the interview. “It wasn’t secondhand. I knew he did a couple of these things. I wish I had taken responsibility for what I heard. If I had done the work I should have done then, I would have had to not work with him.”
An expose published by the Times earlier this month about multiple accusations by young female actresses led to Weinstein’s termination from the company he started. It also prompted dozens of alleged victims of Weinstein’s actions to come forward.
Weinstein has volunteered to undergo therapy, has apologized for causing distress to women he pursued but denies any criminal wrongdoing.
The exposure started a discussion within the entertainment industry about the treatment of women working in it.