Gary Oldman Defends Mel Gibson’s Antisemitism: “We’ve All Said Those Things”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer

June 24, 2014

Was getting Jewed part of your plan?
Was getting Jewed part of your plan?

Once again, a Hollywood figure has come out with a statement against the Jews. Or, rather, a statement which will be perceived by the Jews as a statement against the Jews.

Gary Oldman, who played Chief Gordon in the most recent Batman films, defended Mel Gibson’s Antisemitic statements in a recent interview with Playboy by saying “take a f*cking joke” and “get over it.”

This is interesting, because when Mel said “F*cking Jews. The Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world,” when arrested for a DUI, I don’t think it was meant to be a joke.

He also said “we’ve all said those things,” which is the part that is really going to upset the Jews.  This of course implies that everyone in Hollywood gets sick of dealing with the lying, sneaking Jews who control the film industry.

“We all hide and try to be so politically correct. That’s what gets me,” he continued.

Here is the entire excerpt from the Playboy interview, given to a Mr. David Hochman, who is presumably himself a Jew.

PLAYBOY: Mel Gibson?


PLAYBOY: What do you think about what he’s gone through these past few years?

OLDMAN: [Fidgets in his seat] I just think political correctness is crap. That’s what I think about it. I think it’s like, take a fucking joke. Get over it. I heard about a science teacher who was teaching that God made the earth and God made everything and that if you believe anything else you’re stupid. A Buddhist kid in the class got very upset about this, so the parents went in and are suing the school! The school is changing its curriculum! I thought, All right, go to the school and complain about it and then that’s the end of it. But they’re going to sue! No one can take a joke anymore.

I don’t know about Mel. He got drunk and said a few things, but we’ve all said those things. We’re all fucking hypocrites. That’s what I think about it. The policeman who arrested him has never used the word nigger or that fucking Jew? I’m being brutally honest here. It’s the hypocrisy of it that drives me crazy. Or maybe I should strike that and say “the N word” and “the F word,” though there are two F words now.

PLAYBOY: The three-letter one?

OLDMAN: Alec calling someone an F-A-G in the street while he’s pissed off coming out of his building because they won’t leave him alone. I don’t blame him. So they persecute. Mel Gibson is in a town that’s run by Jews and he said the wrong thing because he’s actually bitten the hand that I guess has fed him—and doesn’t need to feed him anymore because he’s got enough dough. He’s like an outcast, a leper, you know? But some Jewish guy in his office somewhere hasn’t turned and said, “That fucking kraut” or “Fuck those Germans,” whatever it is? We all hide and try to be so politically correct. That’s what gets me. It’s just the sheer hypocrisy of everyone, that we all stand on this thing going, “Isn’t that shocking?” [smiles wryly] All right. Shall I stop talking now? What else can we discuss?

PLAYBOY: What do you think of the pope?

OLDMAN: Oh, fuck the pope! [laughs and puts head in hands] So this interview has gone very badly. You have to edit and cut half of what I’ve said, because it’s going to make me sound like a bigot.

PLAYBOY: You’re not a bigot?

OLDMAN: No, but I’m defending all the wrong people. I’m saying Mel’s all right, Alec’s a good guy. So how do I come across? Angry?

PLAYBOY: Passionate, certainly. Readers will have to form their own opinions.

OLDMAN: It’s dishonesty that frustrates me most. I can’t bear double standards. It gets under my skin more than anything.

So, we count down to the public apology.