May 12, 2017
Poor Tim Allen’s not exactly the sharpest tool on Tool Time. Some time back, I protested his offensive mischaracterization of censorship-loving Hollywood Jews as “The Real Nazis.” It’s pure cowardice.
Tim Allen is a cuckservative, which means his beliefs are irrelevant. The only two relevant forces vying for power and influence are Jews and those of us who wish to overthrow them. That is why when Trump says globalists or Tim Allen comments against Hollywood, we (and the Jews themselves) are the only two groups that hear “Jew.”
Any worldview that doesn’t accept the Jew as our generation’s foremost problem is lost in political shadow theater.
That doesn’t mean people like Tim Allen are safe. When he griped about “liberals” in Hollywood treating people that voted for Trump like “1930’s Germany,” Jews lunged at him and yelled “How dare you call us Jews Nazis!”
They’re always tuned into that frequency, as we are, which is why The Daily Stormer and the Alt-Right have been more successful in the culture war than any conservative will ever be. Now Tim Allen’s successful TV show has been taken off (((ABC)))/(((Disney))), and he’s probably left scratching his head.
After six seasons, Tim Allen‘s ABC sitcom “Last Man Standing” stands no more.
The Disney-owned broadcaster canceled the “Home Improvement” alum’s Friday series ahead of next week’s TV upfronts event, despite “Last Man’s” steady ratings from last year. While a 1.6 Nielsen number in the key 18-49 demographic is generally nothing to write home about — especially when that includes a week of delayed viewing, as this one does — it’s not bad at all for a Friday.
Actually, it’s pretty darn good. Also good? A sitcom with half-a-dozen seasons under its belt not even losing one-tenth of a ratings point season over season.
So why did Channing Dungey show her Michigan-loving comic the exit door?
Some may wonder if it’s Allen’s — a noted Republican — politics. Hollywood is a liberal playground, and Allen very publicly doesn’t roll that way. Or it could be because of one ill-received quip he made two months ago.
On a March episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Allen told Kimmel that being a Republican in Hollywood today is “like 1930s Germany. You gotta be real careful around here, you know. You’ll get beat up if you don’t believe what everybody believes.”
That didn’t go over so well with many, in and outside of Hollywood.
The Anne Frank Center called Allen’s comparison “deeply offensive” and said it “trivializes the horrors imposed on Jews in Nazi Germany.”
“Tim, have you lost your mind?” said Steven Goldstein, executive director of the Anne Frank Center. “No one in Hollywood today is subjecting you or anyone else to what the Nazis imposed on Jews in the 1930s — the world’s most evil program of dehumanization, imprisonment and mass brutality, implemented by an entire national government, as the prelude for the genocide of nearly an entire people.”
Added Goldstein: “Sorry, Tim, that’s just not the same as getting turned down for a movie role. It’s time for you to leave your bubble to apologize to the Jewish people and, to be sure, the other peoples also targeted by the Nazis.”
Channing Dungey, President of ABC Entertainment, is getting the blame. This is a journalistic sleight of hand, since later in the report he mentions that he hasn’t gotten any comment from any party on the matter. Dungey is the fall Goy.
ABC Entertainment’s other President is James Goldston, a Jew. On top of that, ABC’s parent company Disney has its Jewish monopoly well documented. While I’m sure Mr. Dungey would gladly fire Allen like any other good goy sycophant, it’s laughable to say it wasn’t just Jews putting this mouthy gentile in his place.
Unlike Mel Gibson – also calibrated to the right political frequency (Jews know he knows) – Tim Allen doesn’t have the will or the talent to stand his ground and beat them to a stalemate like Mel. No chance he’ll be the “Last Man Standing” – Hymiewood’s put him on a list.
Which is why, now that his career is over, I would like to extend my hand out to Mr Allen: call a press conference and tell the world the truth about the Jews.
He could realistically expect another Toy Story pay day, so I won’t hold my breath.