Is Harvey Weinstein a Scapegoat Messiah?

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Published on Jan 6, 2022
E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine, discusses the connection between Harvey Weinstein and John 11:50 where Caiaphas, the high priest, counselled the Jews: "That it is expedient for us, that one man should die for the people, and that the whole nation perish not." Weinstein was a leader in the Hollywood Industry and he was going after the "anti-semites" with a vengeance. But finally the guilt and shame of Hollywood could not be contained and the sinful volcano exploded and out came Harvey. So though everybody in Hollywood was complicit in the shameful things done there in the open and in secret, Harvey became its scapegoat. They could cleanse themselves of their guilt by projecting all their sins on Harvey. In this way Harvey saves them all. Dr. Jones discusses Weinstein in connection with Philip Roth and his book Portnoy's Complaint written in 1969. Roth talks about "shtupping the shiksa" as a jewish virtue. But Roth writes that Portnoy does this out of hate and not love. Jones argues that Weinstein is doing the same and that is another reason why the Hollywood scene is especially wicked and shameful. Jones concludes that while Hollywood is collapsing under the weight of its guilt and shame the real reason Harvey must die is because Hollywood is starting to collapse financially.
Dr. Jones points out that the Hollywood Production Code upheld by the Catholic Church was finally broken in 1965 by a Holocaust movie. This opened the floodgate of immorality. Hollywood went more and more out of control and helped spearhead the feminist movement culminating in almost inaugurating Hillary Clinton, a close associate of Harvery Weinstein. We are in a culture war between the forces of morality and immorality. Can the Hollywood film industry be reformed or should it be eliminated?
Dr. Jones addressed the Harvey Weinstein situation at length in the December 2017 issue of Culture Wars magazine.
http://www.culturewars.com/
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