Jay Greenberg |@NeonNettle on 17th October 2017 @ 8.16pm © Neon Nettle
Harvey Weinstein has given the names of elite pedophiles to the FBI Following Harvey Weinstein’s epic fall from the highest reaches of the societal and political hierarchy, the disgraced former movie mogul has decided to cut a deal with the FBI and has offered up the names of elite pedophiles in Hollywood and Washington D.C.
Having been completely blacklisted by the entertainment industry, and even his close friends in politics, such as Bill and Hillary Clinton, rapist Weinstein clearly feels he has run out of options. Weinstein has been part of America’s oligarchy for decades and has used his power, wealth, and political reach to bully and rape those in weaker positions than himself for far too long.Now, it seems, he is using all the information, on the depraved crimes that take place in the upper reaches of society, that he has gathered over the years to his advantage, as his “get out of jail free card”.
According to sources within the FBI, Weinstein has offered up the names of some of the most powerful and influential people in the United States in connection with pedophilia, child pornography, and human trafficking.
At this point, it’s not clear what sort of deal will be made in return for the information, if a deal will be made at all.Perhaps this could be the “Hurricane Harvey” that Donald Trump was referring to when he made his recent comments about “the calm before the storm”.It has now become crystal clear that Weinstein has just been the tip of the iceberg, and according to the New York Times, the floodgates have well and truly been opened in Hollywood.
NY Times reports: In recent days, the singer Bjork, the “Riverdale” actress Lili Reinhart and the “Inside Edition” correspondent Lisa Guerrero lodged new accusations against other men who work in entertainment.The singer and actress Courtney Love accused the powerful Creative Artists Agency of punishing her after she raised questions about
Mr. Weinstein’s behavior in 2005, and a recently unearthed video clip of Ms. Love making the charge has gone viral.The model Cameron Russell started a thread on her Instagram account on misconduct by men in fashion. It has led to more than 50 models anonymously sharing their stories of harassment.
At issue now is whether or not Hollywood can continue its old way of doing business, with self-styled “outlaw” executives and auteurs getting away with sexual misconduct as lawyers and publicists protect them.“I think it’s upsetting and devastating, all of the stories that have come out,” said Nina Jacobson, a film producer who was formerly the president of the Walt Disney Company’s Buena Vista Motion Pictures Group.
“But I think the floodgates being opened is something that had to happen and that finally brings a subject to the surface that has sort of gone unchecked for countless years.” Beginning with an article about the allegations against Mr. Weinstein that The New York Times published on Oct. 5, more than 30 accusers have stepped forward with charges of harassment, assault and even rape against the mogul.
The police in New York and London have started criminal investigations. (Mr. Weinstein has denied engaging in nonconsensual sex.)
The industry took a step toward that on Monday when the Producers Guild of America moved to terminate Mr. Weinstein’s membership and issued a statement that seemed to catch up with the wave of disapproval sweeping social media.“Sexual harassment of any type is completely unacceptable,” it said in part. “This is a systemic and pervasive problem requiring immediate industrywide action.”
On Saturday, the board of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences stripped Mr. Weinstein of his academy membership.
Last year actor Elija Wood made headlines when he attempted to lift the lid on Hollywood pedophilia.According to the Telegraph, The 35-year-old former child actor said pedophiles had been protected by powerful figures in the movie business and that abuse was probably still taking place.
Elijah Wood: Hollywood is Run by a Powerful Elite Pedophile Ring In an interview with the Sunday Times, Wood said he had been protected from abuse as he was growing up, but that other child actors had been regularly “preyed upon” at parties by industry figures.Wood was just one in a long line of people who have tried to expose pedophilia amongst the elite.Now, it seems, as Weinstein scrambles to save his own skin, he will take down some of his sick friends with him.