February 28, 2017
Jimmy Kimmel, boring musicals about how fabulous famous people are and a night of Donald Trump bashing – nothing could save the Oscars.
For the 89th time in a row, Jews swept the Academy Awards, but this time, nobody cared.
This edition of the award ceremony had the second worst ratings since Nielsen started keeping track in 1974. As usual, the (((Fake News Media))) refuses to report why exactly millions of Americans didn’t bother tuning in, except as a “theory.”
It’s not that they can’t handle the truth, it’s that they have an agenda to protect, and under this umbrella is the dishonest notion that elite Beverly Hills Jews are the cultural vanguard and conscience of America.
The only Oscars broadcast to fare worse was the 2008 show, which had 32 million viewers and aired shortly after a writers’ strike had ended.
Last year, ABC secured broadcast rights for the show until 2028 — at a cost of roughly $75 million a year — and through the contract negotiations, the network was given a bit more creative input into the show. To wit, ABC got the host it long wanted: its late night star, Jimmy Kimmel.
There will most likely be a number of theories as to why viewership has dropped. Last year, the controversy surrounding #OscarsSoWhite, a movement on social media aimed at the lack of diversity among the nominees, led to speculation that viewers could be turned off by the prospect of an hourslong civics lecture. This year brought the prospect of political speeches aimed at the Trump administration from an entertainment industry that largely opposes the president.
Ratings are also often driven by the popularity of the movies in contention. “Moonlight,” which won the best picture award, was a favorite in big cities like Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco but was ignored by much of the heartland.
I’m not prejudiced enough to dismiss every single movie or TV show about black people as bad. For example, “The Wire” and “Ghostdog” were pretty good. But judging from the vox populi reviews of “Moonlight,” a film about MoonCrickets that the New York Times claims went over “the Heartlands'” (read: white people’s) head. It’s obvious that this was an affirmative action victory in response to a phony media campaign.
But hey, there is something to the fact that Hollywood lacks diversity. Up on stage to receive the statuette for best picture (“Moonlight”) was Jeremy Kleiner, a Jewish producer who specializes in making politically anti-white movies aimed at inciting black violence (he won best picture in 2014 for “12 Years A Slave” and was nominated in 2015 for “Selma”).
With Gentiles being locked out of Hollywood, they are flocking to other parts of the country to continue cultivating the kind of well-written content (The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, Westworld, etc.) Jews have killed with their transparent politicking.
It goes without saying that people like TWD writer Frank Darabont and Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan are hardline leftists, but even with their unrealistically diverse characters and gay/feminist propaganda, their shows lack the kind of gut-wrenching anti-white invective Jew-produced films like “Get Out” embody.
For this reason, Hollywood’s days are numbered.
It’s too bad Frank Davi’s idea wasn’t put into action: