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Hollywood Zionists Veto Mel Gibsons Maccabees Movie
« on: April 11, 2012, 06:29:13 PM »
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  • Wednesday, April 11, 2012
    Hollywood Zionists Veto Mel Gibson’s Maccabees Movie
    http://revisionistreview.blogspot.com/2012/04/hollywood-zionists-veto-mel-gibsons.html

    Hollywood's numerous followers of the Talmud have nixed a proposed Mel Gibson movie about the Old Testament on the preposterous supposition that the Talmudists have a proprietary relationship with the Old Testament Book of Maccabees. The religion of Orthodox (Pharisaic) Judaism has no copyright on God's Word, which they repeatedly nullify in favor of their rabbis' words. Out of this nullifcation the Pharisees’ religion, known today as "Judaism" was born. The ban on Gibson comes just a few days after the Israelis banned Nobel Laureate Günter Grass because he penned a poem warning of the possible Israeli annihilation of the Iranian people. The Zionist empire and its religion of Judaism pose as open-minded alternatives to Muslim theocracy, but are founded upon and flourish by means of media control and censorship. -Michael Hoffman

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    WARNER BROS. SHELVES MEL GIBSON MACCABEE MOVIE
    April 11, 2012,

    By Sharon Waxman and Brent Lang
    TheWrap

    Exclusive -- Warner Bros. has put on hold a controversial Mel Gibson movie project about the Jewish Maccabee revolt in the 2nd century B.C. after reading the script by writer Joe Eszterhas, TheWrap has learned.

    A spokesman for the studio told TheWrap, "We are analyzing what to do with the project."

    Jewish groups were outraged after news broke in September that Gibson had reached a production deal with Warner's to direct the story of Judah Maccabee, whose victory over Greek and Syrian armies is celebrated at Hanukkah. One Jewish group called it "a moral lapse in judgment."

    Eszterhas delivered the script in late February, and Warner's has since passed on it, according to an individual close to the project. Warner production president Greg Silverman described it as lacking in "feeling" and "a sense of triumph," according to the individual.

    As another individual put it, "The script didn't pass muster.”

    A spokesman for Gibson had no immediate comment. Eszterhas declined to comment. Warner's has a long history of collaborating with Gibson, but the star was upset after the studio rescinded his cameo in "The Hangover Part II" when the crew protested his involvement.

    The project involved one of Gibson's favored themes: an underdog army fighting for freedom. In 165 B.C., Jewish leader Maccabee led his brothers in revolt against the Seleucid Empire, ruled by Antiochus Epiphanes, who had forbidden Jewish practices.

    Noting his checkered history of making anti-Semitic remarks and his controversial depiction of Jews in his 2003 film "The Passion of the Christ," Jewish leaders said the choice of Gibson to direct a film about a prominent figure in their religion was insensitive.

    "Casting him as a director or perhaps as the star of 'Judah Maccabee' is like casting Madoff to be the head of the Securities and Exchange Commission," Rabbi Marvin Hier, founder of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, said in a statement after the project was announced.

    The Anti-Defamation League asked Warner's to reconsider the choice of Gibson. In a statement, the group said, "Not only has Mel Gibson shown outward antagonism toward Jews and Judaism in his public statements and actions, but his previous attempt to bring biblical history to life on the screen was marred by anti-Semitism."

    The American Gathering of Holocaust Survivors and their Descendants labeled the choice of Gibson a "moral lapse of judgment."

    "Given our brutal experience, we are pained that Warner's has abandoned principle and taken this unworthy path," the group said at the time.

    Gibson was detained by police in Malibu for drunken driving in 2006 and found himself embroiled in a public relations fiasco when reports surfaced that he had launched into expletive-laden anti-Semitic remarks while in custody.

    It was left to Eszterhas to offer a modest defense of Gibson in a New York Times interview in February. The screenwriter noted that he had an anger problem but said he understood how to make a movie of the story of Maccabee on a "Braveheart"-like scale.

    "We both saw it as Mel, maybe from his heart, wanting to do a terrific 'Braveheart'-like movie about Jewish history," said Eszterhas, who said he was comfortable working with Gibson despite his problem.

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    Hollywood Zionists Veto Mel Gibsons Maccabees Movie
    « Reply #1 on: April 11, 2012, 06:34:58 PM »
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  • Good, enough trying to placate the chosenites, let them make their own BS movie about O.T. "jewish" heroes.

    Now mad Mel can get on with making that Viking movie that everyone would rather see anyways.


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    Hollywood Zionists Veto Mel Gibsons Maccabees Movie
    « Reply #2 on: April 11, 2012, 06:46:24 PM »
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  • Why can't Mel focus on a traditional Catholic theme?  Jews are portrayed overzealously positive in every movie out there - even their brothel running gangsters are put in a positive light - why not a movie about St. Pius X or put into movie version the Miracle of Fatima or tell the life story of a Catholic priest (pre- VII) who makes his way through the seminary.

    Or how about a contemporary Catholic movie about a young man who decides to enter the priesthood today (2012) in a seminary run by the SSPV?

    There are so many Catholic stories that need to be told.

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    Hollywood Zionists Veto Mel Gibsons Maccabees Movie
    « Reply #3 on: April 12, 2012, 06:50:49 AM »
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  • You mean Hollywood moguls are being persuaded to give up all that potential money?

    Offline Diego

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    Hollywood Zionists Veto Mel Gibsons Maccabees Movie
    « Reply #4 on: April 12, 2012, 10:32:11 AM »
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  • Since "The Passion" reflected the Sorrowful Mysteries, I have thought Mel should also do the Joyful and Glorious Mysteries.

    Why should he put money in the pocket of the Synagogue of Satan?  He should independently produce and distribute the films.  By demonstrating that can be done, he would model a way of breaking the hegemony of the Synagogue of Satan and their "entertainment" hasbara.


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    Hollywood Zionists Veto Mel Gibsons Maccabees Movie
    « Reply #5 on: April 12, 2012, 11:06:23 AM »
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  • Joe Eszterhas Explodes at Mel Gibson: 'You Hate Jews'
    By Sharon Waxman
    Editor
    The Wrap
    April 11, 2012
    http://www.thewrap.com/movies/article/joe-eszterhas-explodes-mel-gibson-you-hate-jews-36957#cmts-block
    (Go to The Wrap site above to access internal story links and reader
    comments)


    In an explosive nine-page letter to Gibson obtained by TheWrap (read the
    full letter here), the screenwriter wrote that the director of “The
    Passion of the Christ” never intended to make the movie about Jewish
    heroism, called “The Maccabees.”

    Also read: Warner Bros. Shelves Mel Gibson Maccabee Movie (Exclusive)
    http://www.thewrap.com/movies/article/warner-brothers-pulls-plug-mel-gibson-maccabee-movie-exclusive-36952

    Instead, Eszterhas said, Gibson announced the project “in an attempt to
    deflect continuing charges of anti-Semitism which have dogged you,
    charges which have crippled your career.”

    excerpt of Eszterhas letter

    He added:  “I’ve come to the conclusion that the reason you won’t make
    ‘The Maccabees’ is the ugliest possible one. You hate Jews.”

    TheWrap reported earlier that Warner Bros. has put the controversial
    project on hold, and rejected Eszterhas’s script as lacking in “a sense
    of triumph.”

    A spokesman for Gibson had no immediate comment.

    Eszterhas’ letter reveals a more complex dynamic, a disturbing picture
    of Gibson as a man yet again out of control, inflicting frequent rages
    on those around him, in the grip of an anti-Semitic obsession, and
    possibly dangerous to those around him.

    Also read: Joe Eszterhas' Letter to Mel Gibson
    http://www.thewrap.com/movies/article/joe-eszterhas-letter-mel-gibson-36949

    On several occasions, said Eszterhas, Gibson “was wild, crazed, and
    explosive.”

    The April 9 letter also recounts Gibson’s threatening to kill his
    ex-girlfriend, Oksana Gregorieva.

    “You were raving at Oksana even after you’d reached a custody agreement
    over Luci,” their daughter, the letter says. “And then you were even
    more explicit about your threat: “I’m going to kill her!  I’m going to
    have her killed!”  You said you’d become friends with two FBI agents (or
    former FBI agents) and they were going to help you to kill her.”

    Gibson’s anti-Semitic obsession was a leitmotif of working on the film
    together at Gibson’s homes in Malibu and Costa Rica, Eszterhas said.

    "You continually called Jews 'Hebes' and 'oven-dodgers' and 'Jewboys.'
    It seemed that most times when we discussed someone, you asked 'He’s a
    Hebe, isn’t he?' You said most 'gatekeepers' of American companies were
    'Hebes' who 'controlled their bosses.'"

    The slurs continued, through their work:

    “You said the Holocaust was 'mostly a lot of horseshit.' You said the
    Torah made reference to the sacrifice of Christian babies and infants.
    When I told you that you were confusing the Torah with The Protocols of
    the Elders of Zion, ... you insisted 'it's in the Torah -- it's in
    there!' (It isn't)."

    And he said Gibson told him that his intention in making “The Maccabees”
    was “to convert the Jews to Christianity.”

    Rabbi Marvin Hier, founder and dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, said
    he was not surprised by Eszterhas' allegations. Hier has been a critic
    of Gibson's involvement in the Maccabee project since the film was
    announced in September.

    “I was not among those that offered any forgiveness,” Hier said. “The
    whole apology was a joke. It was written by a publicity agent. If he
    wanted to profoundly apologize, he could do it the right way. He could
    visit a concentration camp. He could take a course on Holocaust studies.
    He could write an opinion piece. He did none of that, so it comes as no
    surprise to me.”

    Eszterhas, who declined to comment for this story, has himself lived a
    tumultuous life. He was at one point one of Hollywood’s highest-paid,
    most sought-after screenwriters, writing such hits as the erotic
    thriller “Basic Instinct” and “Flashdance.”

    He had a religious awakening after contracting throat cancer in 2001 and
    left Hollywood, moving back to his native Cleveland.

    Also read: Robert Downey Jr. Urges Hollywood: 'Forgive Mel Gibson'

    Eszterhas has dealt candidly with anti-Semitism in his own family,
    writing a book about his Hungarian father’s pro-Nazi past (his father
    was investigated by the Justice Department for alleged war crimes). He
    also wrote “The Music Box,” starring Jessica Lange as the daughter of an
    immigrant learning that her father was a war criminal. The film was
    loosely based on his family.

    The Maccabee project, which Eszterhas said he worked on for two years,
    was his first major foray back into the movie industry. And he said it
    was “an attempt to somewhat ease my personal paternal burden.”

    After encountering Gibson’s conduct, Eszterhas writes that he felt
    trapped, but then decided to ignore the racist remarks and write the
    script based on his own research.

    He implores Gibson to return the script to him. With Warner rejecting
    the script, Gibson has the option to take it elsewhere.

    Brent Lang contributed to this report

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    Hollywood Zionists Veto Mel Gibsons Maccabees Movie
    « Reply #6 on: April 12, 2012, 01:17:44 PM »
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  • "Given our brutal experience, we are pained that Warner's has abandoned principle and taken this unworthy path," the group said at the time.


    Naturally!  The Chosenites have been suffering and pained since time immemorial...makes for great theatre and great politics!  

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    « Reply #7 on: April 12, 2012, 06:21:52 PM »
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  • Since "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy was done so well, I would like to see Mel focus on bringing "The Divine Comedy" to the big screen.  Today's computer technology could pull it off.  

    And if done right, it would send many thoughtful novus ordites to the bookstore looking for the book and, by reading the book, they may decide to dig a little deeper into the Catholic Church and it's sacred history and traditions.  



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    « Reply #8 on: April 12, 2012, 07:56:05 PM »
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  • Mel Gibson needs to produce the movie himself, as he did The Passion of the Christ.  Does anyone think he will get another movie produced by the Isrealite infested movie production companies?

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    « Reply #9 on: April 12, 2012, 10:17:58 PM »
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  • Quote from: bernadette
    "Given our brutal experience, we are pained that Warner's has abandoned principle and taken this unworthy path," the group said at the time.


    Naturally!  The Chosenites have been suffering and pained since time immemorial...makes for great theatre and great politics!  


    To modify the behavior of the poseurs, we must laugh uproariously in their faces every time they feign victimhood.


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    « Reply #10 on: April 12, 2012, 11:15:55 PM »
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  • I want to see, "The Beaver" (2011).  Mel Gibson and Jodie Foster.  


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    « Reply #11 on: April 13, 2012, 10:40:50 AM »
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  • I wouldn't bother with The Beaver.  If you want to watch Mel Gibson behaving strangely just wait for the tapes of his behaviour to the screenwriter and his son to surface in the news.

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    « Reply #12 on: April 13, 2012, 11:06:22 AM »
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  • Have we seen this yet?

    http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/04/12/2744434/mel-gibson-vs-joe-eszterhas.html

    Mel Gibson vs. Joe Eszterhas

    Mel Gibson has fired a return volley toward Joe Eszterhas in the jousting over why Warner Bros. rejected the screenwriter's screenplay for a proposed movie about Jewish warrior Judah Maccabee.

    The studio said Wednesday that it was not proceeding with Eszterhas' script and was “analyzing what to do with the project.”

    The news prompted the “Basic Instinct” writer to allege in a letter posted by the Wrap (http://www.thewrap.com) that Gibson, who was to produce and possibly direct the film, never wanted to make it because, as Eszterhas said of Gibson, “You hate Jews.”

    The actor and filmmaker, in response, sent Eszterhas a letter of his own, also sent to the Los Angeles Times, alleging that Eszterhas' script was “substandard” and “a waste of time.”

    The full text of the letter follows:

    Joe,

    I have your letter. I am not going to respond to it line by line, but I will say that the great majority of the facts as well as the statements and actions attributed to me in your letter are utter fabrications. I would have thought that a man of principle, as you purport to be, would have withdrawn from the project regardless of the money if you truly believed me to be the person you describe in your letter. I guess you only had a problem with me after Warner Brothers rejected your script.

    I will acknowledge like most creative people I am passionate and intense. I was very frustrated that when you arrived at my home at the expense of both Warner Brothers and myself you hadn't written a single word of a script or even an outline after 15 months of research, meetings, discussions and the outpouring of my heartfelt vision for this story. I did react more strongly than I should have. I promptly sent you a written apology, the colorful words of which you apparently now find offensive. Let me now clearly apologize to you and your family in the simplest of terms.

    Contrary to your assertion that I was only developing Maccabees to burnish my tarnished reputation, I have been working on this project for over 10 years and it was publicly announced 8 years ago. I absolutely want to make this movie; it's just that neither Warner Brothers nor I want to make this movie based on your script.

    Honestly, Joe, not only was the script delivered later than you promised, both Warner Brothers and I were extraordinarily disappointed with the draft. In 25 years of script development I have never seen a more substandard first draft or a more significant waste of time. The decision not to proceed with you was based on the quality of your script, not on any other factor.

    I think that we can agree that this should be our last communication.

    Mel
    Matthew 5:37

    But let your speech be yea, yea: no, no: and that which is over and above these, is of evil.

    My Avatar is Fr. Hector Bolduc. He was a faithful parish priest in De Pere, WI,

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    « Reply #13 on: April 13, 2012, 11:32:30 AM »
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  • That being the case why not simply say that to the guy back in February and pay him off?

    Especially, if you had used colourful language around him, his wife and his 15 year old son.

    The controversy is not about whether the script is good or bad, a few days later.  That is a diversion.

    The issue here is Mel Gibson ranting that he wanted to sodomize and stab his ex-girlfriend (to an 15 year old boy), calling Jews obscene names and generally acting like either a selfish hate filled nutcase.

    That might be all lies of course but Joe Eszterhas claims that he has a lot of it on tape.

    All this could have been avoided of course had Gibson simply remained married to his first wife and mother of his seven children.

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    « Reply #14 on: April 13, 2012, 11:56:47 AM »
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  • For the sake of art, it seems you have to discount the artistic temperament and behaviour between artists. The product comes first, so why make this into a big issue? Successful film studios should be used to all this and Mel is bound to be a target for lesser mortals.

     

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