David Mamet is not a right-wing Jew in the way that Stanley Kubrick was a right-wing Jew. Kubrick was a self-hater, actually opposed to the Jews, and this was evidenced by the fact that he dealt with actually interesting ideas in his art.
Mamet is pro-Jew, and somehow tries to make the argument that Judaism is compatible with the right-wing (AKA “White Western Christian Civilization”), which is a dangerous lie.
Mamet’s films are virtually devoid of interesting ideas. I recently read something about how male friendships are uniquely presented across his work, and I’d like to look at that at some point. There are some other films he made that I’ve been meaning to rewatch. (I wish there was a way to stream films on the internet, we could watch them together as a team.)
But off the top of my head, the only actually right-wing film he made, which contained actually interesting ideas, was Wag the Dog (and that was not an original screenplay, but based on a novel).
Furthermore, many of his films are just standard tripe, which is insulting from someone who is alleged to be right-wing. Anything that is right-wing should contain and be focused on ideas, first and foremost. The having of ideas is what ultimately separates the right from the left.
Also, Mamet wears a beret, which is not right wing.
Moreover: his main purpose is to occupy space on the right-wing and make it more Jewish. He does the same thing with Chicago. Chicago was never Jewish like New York or LA, but he, being one of the most prominent cultural representatives of that city for the last four decades, has transformed it into a standard Jewish city in the minds of the people, and that image has largely now become reality. As a Christian Midwesterner, I resent this, deeply.
Frankly, right-wing Jews are just useless, and the concept really is an oxymoron.
Regardless, he is looked to as the conservative representative in Hollywood. Now, after all of these months, he’s coming out and saying, “hey, maybe this lockdown is against freedoms tho?”
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and Oscar-nominated screenwriter David Mamet is warning Americans that they are giving up their Constitutional rights under coronavirus lockdowns, saying that questioning government authorities needs to remain a vital part of the country’s democratic tradition.
In an interview with Breitbart News’ editor-in-chief Alex Marlow on Breitbart News Daily on Sirius XM Patriot 125, David Mamet blasted the shut-down and stay-at-home orders that have once again taken effect in many states, leading to widespread economic devastation.
“It just doesn’t make any sense. It’s the first time in history that an entire economy has been shut down because of an infection,” he said during Wednesday’s broadcast. “And obviously everyone gets to pick his or her own experts and say whom they believe in. But that’s what you’re supposed to do with your health, right? We’re supposed to make our own decisions about our health.”
“What we’re seeing is a populace that’s gone nuts and I’ve got a new book coming out called Journal of the Plague Year where I try to reason my way through the way that the west is committing suicide,” he said. “What we’re doing to commit suicide is we’ve forgotten the Constitution.”
I mean, obviously those are my own talking points, so I agree with them.
But talk about too little, too late.
Where was this guy in April?
Where was everyone in April?
Here’s the audio.
But frankly: Five Finger Death Punch made a much more powerful statement, they did it much earlier, and they did it without being Jewish.
Other than that, the only famous person who has called out any of this is Elon Musk. But he hasn’t kept on it. He just said it and then went back to talking nonsense about Mars bases and posting cringe memes.
We need an entire new elite class, frankly. The one we have is Jewish and it is otherwise totally broken.