June 12, 2016
“Okay, Jim, for this scene, picture a bunch of dirty kikes trying to get you crucified.”
You know, I though this month couldn’t get much better.
We had the Jews identifying themselves with the (((echo))) meme.
We had the mainstream media reporting non-stop about our stuff.
It was all very exciting. But, my friends, it gets better.
Mel Gibson is reportedly planning a sequel to his controversial 2004 movie “The Passion of the Christ,” the retelling of Jesus’s final hours that drew accusations of playing into notions of Jewish culpability for his death.
The bad guys were a bunch of gross rabbis. They killed Jesus, you know.
“The evangelical community considers The Passion the biggest movie ever out of Hollywood, and they kept telling us that they think a sequel will be even bigger,” Wallace said.
“The Passion of the Christ,” directed by Gibson, was a box office smash — making a total of $612 million on a budget of $30 million. It is the highest-grossing religious film in movie history and was nominated for three Academy Awards.
Antisemitism sells like hot cakes. And nobody hates Jew more than Mel Gibson.
This man is directing a new movie. It’s going to be YUGE
Many Jewish viewers were disgusted not only by the violence depicted in the movie, but by the active role that Jews are depicted as having in Jesus’ crucifixion. Jewish high priests are shown as forcing an ambivalent Roman governor, Pontius Pilate, into nailing Jesus on the cross.[…]
In 2012, screenwriter Joe Eszterhas said in a letter to Gibson that the actor and filmmaker “hates Jews.” Writing after Warner Bros. rejected his screenplay for Gibson’s movie about Judah Maccabee, Eszterhas said that Gibson wanted to make the movie only so he could “convert the Jews to Christianity.”
We have here a man who hates Kikes with every fiber of his body. He’s been more or less blacklisted from Hollywood, in spite of being wildly popular and loved by the public.
And this man will bring to us a new masterpiece of cinema. If the Christ-killing rats won’t fund his new movie, someone else will. No moneyed gentile will resist the lure of 2000% return on investment like the first “The Passion of Christ” earned. This is gonna happen, boys.
And it’s going to be glorious.