Wafaring Stranger posted a comment · Oct 15, 2017
Dr. Brown, Of course you would not want to throw stones upon Harvey. After all, he only did what a good Talmudic Jew is taught as being perfectly acceptable.
Author J. J. Hall posted a comment · Oct 14, 2017
Mr. Weinstein's reign of terror was equally enabled by those leads who sought out the casting couch to advance their careers. I was a head janitor for a movie set in 1986 where as I went home to my wife & family each night, the production crew went out an partied and talked about who ended up with whom the next morning. I was privy to complaints about social mores and boundaries that seemed to be in the way of "artistic" expression. As the avowed Christian on the set I was also the object of ridicule and had several of the production crew being provocative verbally, even physically. God provided me strength to testify and demonstrate a joy that was clearly absent from the lifestyle of those in the movie making business. There were some impressive actors & actresses on the set who maintained a separation from the hedonism. There was great pressure on them to conform to the prevailing ethos! As one of the art department staff confided in me, in Hollywood, "it is not who you know, it is how you know them." The ultimate hypocrisy of those in the film business is their endless critique of the excesses of Western, Christian civilization, even as they are wholey unable to control themselves and take every opportunity for indulgence. They literally accuse God of forcing His morality on them even as they have no pangs of conscience forcing others to serve for their pleasure and even assuming that their status as gods & goddesses deserves such devotion. In contrast, here are God's candidates for the "walk of fame": (Daniel 12:3 KJV) "And they that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament; and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever." Thank God that He is exposing these degenerates for who they are and perhaps we may see our culture benefit from entertainment that embraces virtue once again.