June 25, 2014
As many a commenter pointed out on the last piece about Gary Oldman, his apology does indeed appear to be completely sarcastic. I feel a bit silly for having not noticed it. But we just expect these Hollywood people to have no spine.
Also in my defense, I am also generally, even in real life, unable to understand British humor without having it explained to me at least three times.
Along with this, I had just woken up, and wrote the thing without having had my coffee.
Let’s look at the full statement, sent both to the ADL and the Simon Wiesenthal Center, once again, with a bit of my emphasis:
Dear Gentlemen of the ADL:
I am deeply remorseful that comments I recently made in the Playboy Interview were offensive to many Jewish people. Upon reading my comments in print—I see how insensitive they may be, and how they may indeed contribute to the furtherance of a false stereotype. Anything that contributes to this stereotype is unacceptable, including my own words on the matter. If, during the interview, I had been asked to elaborate on this point I would have pointed out that I had just finished reading Neal Gabler’s superb book about the Jews and Hollywood, An Empire of Their Own: How the Jews invented Hollywood. The fact is that our business, and my own career specifically, owes an enormous debt to that contribution.
I hope you will know that this apology is heartfelt, genuine, and that I have an enormous personal affinity for the Jewish people in general, and those specifically in my life. The Jewish People, persecuted thorough the ages, are the first to hear God’s voice, and surely are the chosen people.
I would like to sign off with “Shalom Aleichem”—but under the circumstances, perhaps today I lose the right to use that phrase, so I will wish you all peace–Gary Oldman.
So, yes. I am presently unable to read this in a way that does not come off as mocking these rats, scathingly.
He first says “sorry about the stereotype that Jews run Hollywood” and then cites a book by a Jew saying that Jews run Hollywood. Then he actually says “God’s chosen people,” which, unless it is literally boot-licking, can only be taken sarcastically (pretty sure Oldman isn’t a devout zio-Christian who could potentially make such a statement in seriousness). And then “the Shalom” bit – that is hilarious.
So, the ball is in the Foxman’s court. He can either dip out and accept this fake apology that intelligent people see is in fact mocking him and his entire disgusting parasite race, or he can whine about it being sarcastic, and then try and explain how the Jews don’t really run Hollywood while dealing with an academic citation proving that they in fact do run Hollywood.
I suspect Gary has won this round, but his career will now wither and die. However, the best thing for us is if Abe calls out the apology as sarcastic and the drama continues to roll. The more drama there is, the more the Jews expose themselves as hate-filled criminal weirdos who control all of society.