March 25, 2015
Harvey Weinstein, one of the key Jew figures involved in the complete destruction of American society through the entertainment media, has come out and claimed that he is going to start kicking Nazi ass.
He then made some clear statements implying a desire to use violence against anyone who would stand against the Jews.
He’d probably better take some martial arts classes first, maybe cut his weight by about 70%. He isn’t exactly in fighting shape, this guy.
“We better stand up and kick these guys in the ass,” movie mogul Harvey Weinstein said about present-day anti-Semites as he accepted the Humanitarian Award at the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s National Tribute Dinner on Tuesday night at the Beverly Hilton. “We’re gonna have to get as organized as the mafia,” he continued. “We just can’t take it anymore [from] these crazy bastards.”
Weinstein, 63, then went off-script to speak about his father, who was a sergeant stationed in Cairo during World War II and who helped the Haganah (the precursor to the IDF before Israel was a state) and later taught his sons about anti-Semitism. Weinstein emphasized his concern about anti-Semitism around the world, which, Wiesenthal Center studies indicate, is at its highest levels since the end of World War II.
“While we must be understanding of our Arab brothers and our Islamic brothers,” he added, “we also have to understand that these crazy bastards [Arab and Islamic extremists] are also killing their own — they’re killing neighbors, they’re killing people from all sorts of different races. And, unlike World War II, when we didn’t act right away and we paid the price, we better start acting now. Trust me, I’m the last guy who wants to do anything about it, but I realize if we don’t we will perish. We can’t allow the bad guys to win. So, as they say in The Godfather, ‘back to the mattresses,’ and back to the idea that we will not ever forget what happened to us.”
NBCUniversal vice chairman Ron Meyer, Larry A. Mizel, Rabbi Meyer May and Rabbi Marvin Hier (SWC’s dean and founder, as well as a two-time Oscar-winning documentarian and the only rabbi among the Academy’s 6,000-plus members) helped to confer the award — a menorah-like statuette — upon Weinstein. Other notables in attendance included Vivi Nevo, Michael Milken and Michael Chow.
Yes, we must never forget about the lampshades, Harvey. If we ever forget about these lampshades, it is only a matter of time before another exquisitely dressed group of men with moustaches start rebuilding the lampshade factories.
Here is a list of the great contributions Weinstein has made to American culture.
What would we do without these Jews to help us progress into the new future?