Navigating Hollywood: Conservatives and Christians Need Not Apply
(Occidental Observer) -- by Kevin MacDonald --
From time to time I get letters from students who say they are on page with ideas like mine and want to pursue a career in the academic world. I always tell them they have to be a secret agent, not only as a grad student but at least until they get tenure. And if you come out of the closet after you get tenure, don’t expect to get any grants or be invited to any of those cool faculty parties.
It’s pretty much the same in the movie industry, and for much the same reasons: A powerful and pervasive bias toward the left. In both areas and particularly in Hollywood, there is a strong Jewish influence that means that overt displays of Christianity are a ticket to oblivion.
This came out recently in an article in the Hollywood Reporter (“Conservative Actors Reveal Life of Secrecy, Lost Jobs Amidst ‘Intolerant Left’“).
Morgan Brittany, an actress perhaps best known for her work in Dallas, the prime time soap opera of the 1980s, says that “I’d go out on location with the Dallas crew. .. Everybody in the van was bashing (President Reagan). I never said anything because I thought I’d lose my job. And I probably would have lost my job.”
I had the academic version of the exact same experience:
I remember before I became an academic scofflaw—when I became a Reagan-type mainstream conservative, somewhere in the early 80s. Going to an academic party became an experience in dissembling—forced smiles at anti-Reagan jokes uttered with absolute confidence that everyone would join in the fun. There is an absolute certainty that all conservatives have two-digit IQs and are infinitely inferior to them intellectually. (“Why are professors liberals?” The Occidental Quarterly, Vol. 10#2, Summer, 2010)
Like her, I didn’t let people know my political views at the time, prudently waiting for the magic of tenure. Once Brttany came out of the closet, her life changed dramatically:
“Oh man, the flack I took from the people, the agencies — ‘oh, you can’t say that. You can’t do that. Casting people might see you. And directors!’”This is delicious irony, since the Hollywood blacklist remains a touchstone of Jewish hostility toward the culture of 1950s America because so many victims of the anti-communist fervor of the period were Jewish screenwriters. (See here, pp. 39-40.) The blacklist of the left that now prevails targets a quite different group, but of course we never hear any principled condemnations of the new blacklist from the people who matter in Hollywood.
“What is this, the blacklist?” she said. “They’re not going to hire me because I have an opinion? That’s the way Hollywood is and, unfortunately, I got that. But I still wasn’t going to back down.”
Brittany has a great anecdote about Ed Asner, the well-known Jewish actor:
“Every night he just loved me and came in and gave me a big hug,” she said. “Then one night he was going crazy about Gore and Bush and stealing the election. I’m backstage and I said, ‘Ed, chill, not everybody thinks the way you do’.”“The intolerance of the left.” Exactly. Intolerance against views that are well within the American mainstream–against a president who was completely tone deaf on immigration, the one issue that mattered for a real conservative. But for someone like Asner, being pro-Reagan condemns one to the furthest reaches of Hell. It’s okay to ruin their career or deny them free speech. They might as well be wearing swastikas. It’s the mentality of Bolshevism.
“Well, where do I begin?” I swear. It was like a light switch,” she said. “He turned to me and said, ‘you’re not a Republican?’ I said, ‘yep.’ And he said, ‘I can’t even look at you. I can’t even talk to you’.”
“From that moment on, he never spoke to me again, except on stage,” she said. “This is what we’re dealing with. The intolerance of the left.”
The only thing worse than being conservative is to be conservative and Christian:
While a starlet in her 20s [Brittany] met with the late Jay Bernstein, who managed the careers of Farrah Fawcett and Suzanne Somers back in the day, but the meeting went awry after Bernstein noticed the cross Brittany wore around her neck.In all the citadels of the elite–whether it’s Hollywood, the academic world, Wall St., or the media, not only do we see high levels of Jewish ethnic networking. We also see exclusion of certain types of non-Jews, particularly those who are overtly conservative and Christian, and promoting non-Jews who are tuned into the leftist zeitgeist...MORE...LINK
She said Bernstein told her: “You’re going to have to lose that, honey.
In this town, you can’t be religious, and you can’t be conservative.”
“He was a star-making manager, but I couldn’t sign on with him,” Brittany said.
Former 'Dallas' actress Morgan Brittany (pictured with Patrick Duffy), blacklisted by Hollywood Judeofascists for her Christian faith and conservative politics
Chris Moore comments:
MacDonald: “It’s the mentality of Bolshevism.”
I agree with MacDonald’s assessment of Ed Asner's reaction when he found out Brittany was conservative. Jews in the vein of Ed Asner believe they should be entitled to their extreme left-wing bias, and should be able to publicly rant and rave and incite contempt against conservatives and Christians (a right inferred by fiat of the Holocaust), and if someone disagrees with them, these people are automatically outside the realm of political respectability and to be shunned and treated like Nazi pariahs.
Left-wing Jews pose as if history started in 1938, but if they’re going to play by those arbitrary rules, it can just as well be said that history started in 1917 with the rise of Communism and the progressive Bolshevik implementation of mechanized state mass murder of Christians and dissidents by the millions for their faith and political thoughts and orientation.
This feigned righteous indignation by left-wing Jews is all part of the diaspora Jewish-supremacist social, economic and political hegemony program and agenda, which seeks to bash down all other political perspectives and portray itself as the ultimate authority to define what is allowed and de rigueur in terms of political speech and respectable political orientation within any institution or establishment.
And of course, left-liberal Gentiles happily go along with supremacist Jewry employing this contrived cudgel, because it suppresses alternative political speech and competition.
That’s why it's so important to cite the Jewish Bolshevik holocaust of Christians, dissidents, Cossacks, kulaks, Ukrainians etc every time they try to impose this Holocaust framework around political speech, and to note that the Jewish Bolshevik holocaust was perpetrated well before the German Nazi one, and the Nazis likely would have never arisen but for Jewish Bolshevism and its mass murders.
When the Jewish agent told Brittany “You’re going to have to lose that [cross necklace], honey.” She should have replied something like “The Bolsheviks murdered millions of Christians in the early Soviet Union. I wear this cross in commemoration of them.”
If Christians shoved it back in their faces every time these left-wingers and Judeofascist operators tried to intimidate them with the righteously-indignant shtick, more people would know about the Jewish Bolshevik and Communist perpetrated holocaust, and be less hesitant to “talk back” to Judeofascists and left-wing fanatics.
I’m not sure why some professed Christian or White advocates don’t want the Jewish Bolshevik card played, given that the Jewish Bolsheviks murdered millions of both.
I have to question the morality and authenticity of anyone who seeks to suppress the history of Jewish Bolshevik mass murder, but particularly that of self-professed Christians.