Friday, June 27, 2014

Hollywood suicide: He is the Brit who conquered Tinsletown. Now Gary Oldman faces ostracism after a spectacularly obscene and non-PC rant against the movie elite

Hollywood has recoiled in horror after British star Gary Oldman unveiled his most shocking persona to date — as a liberal-baiting, political-correctness-hating conservative.

However, it was Oldman’s attack on the hypocrisy of political correctness and his defence of Mel Gibson’s anti-Semitic remarks that has landed him in deep trouble.

Denouncing the double standards of Hollywood, Oldman chose to defend two fellow stars who have earned pariah status after allegedly making anti-Semitic or homophobic remarks.

Oldman urged people to ‘get over’ Gibson’s notorious anti-Jewish slurs when, arrested for suspected drink-driving in 2006, he told a police officer: ‘F****** Jews . . . the Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world.’

Gibson’s outburst came just two years after his film The Passion Of Christ had been attacked for demonising the Jews.

Commenting on Gibson’s sins, Oldman said: ‘I just think political correctness is crap . . . Get over it.’

He went on: ‘He got drunk and said a few things, but we’ve all said those things. It’s the hypocrisy of it that drives me crazy.’

Gibson, now forced to finance his own films, ‘is in a town that’s run by Jews and he said the wrong thing because he’s actually bitten the hand that I guess has fed him’.

Oldman continued: ‘But some Jewish guy in his office somewhere hasn’t turned and said: “That f****** Kraut” or “F*** those Germans”, whatever it is? We all hide and try to be so politically correct.’

Turning to actor Alec Baldwin, also persona non grata in showbusiness circles for making a string of homophobic remarks, Oldman said he ‘didn’t blame him’ after calling a persistent reporter an ‘F-A-G’.

Oldman said he loathed the way Left-wing comedians get away with saying what others would be condemned for — and used appalling language to demonstrate what he meant.

‘Well, if I called [Democrat leader] Nancy Pelosi a c***,’ he said, ‘I can’t really say that. But [comedians] Bill Maher and John Stewart can, and nobody’s going to stop them from working because of it.’

As for the Oscars, anyone who didn’t vote for 12 Years A Slave — black British director Steve McQueen’s excoriating attack on slavery — risked being labelled a racist, Oldman argued.



Anonymous said...

He's just a "patsy." Nod and a wink reference to his wonderful performance in JFK. Guess speaking truth to power isn't cool when the fire is directed at the Hollywood PC crowd.

Anonymous said...

Love hearing someone just bluntly telling the truth. It makes people nervous.

Bird of Paradise said...

He is being set up by the hollywood liberal eletists to ruin him becuase he dares to speak the truth about the hollywood left and i heard that ROB SCNEIDER has called Obama a FACSIST