Friday, January 19, 2018

Feminazis Got to Catherine Deneuve, but Not (Yet) to Brigitte Bardot, Who Has Denounced Them


Catherine Deneuve

By Nicholas Stix

Their method is to say to any prominent woman who breaks ranks with them, “Are you a Nazi? Well, you sound like a Nazi. Do you realize that most of the people cheering you are Nazis?!”

But that can’t be all.

Catherine Deneuve has so completely contradicted her previous position, and done so with such rapidity that heavy-duty coercion had to be involved. I hope we find out just what was in play.

This propaganda triumph is part of an American feminazi putsch that seeks to weaken enough Republican politicians running for election or re-election in 2018 with exaggerated or outright fraudulent charges of sexual harassment/assault/rape/whatever such that they can convince a majority of married white women to switch from voting Republican to Democrat, in order to seize Congress, and impeach and run out of office President Donald J. Trump.

This is not speculative on my part. A feminist talking head on MSNBC acknowledged a few weeks ago that the successful move to force leftwing Cong. John Conyers and Sen. Al Franken to resign was only in order to have credibility for their campaign to impeach Pres. Trump and run him out of office based on allegations made during the presidential campaign against him, asserting that he had been a masher 20 years earlier. Meanwhile, she condemned Republicans as “cynical” with a straight face.

One needs to keep in mind that the last election of a Republican president that leftists have not sought to overturn was Ike’s election in 1956.

A thing in Vanity Fair that is clearly part of the feminazi putsch juxtaposes sex goddess Brigitte Bardot’s condemnation of the feminazis, which the VF operative, Yohana Desta, vilifies with the flip-flop of Catherine Deneuve, whom the operative praises.


Bardot in 2007

Brigitte Bardot Lashes Out at “Hypocritical and Ridiculous” #MeToo Movement
Meanwhile, French star Catherine Deneuve is apologizing for her criticism of the movement, which supports women dealing with sexual misconduct.
By Yohana Desta
Vanity Fair
January 18, 2018, 10:29 a.m.

[Brigitte] Bardot’s comments arrive just days after 100 French women shared their controversial stance on the #MeToo crowd and its effects on men.

“Rape is a crime but insistent or clumsy flirting is not, nor is gallantry a macho aggression,” the letter read. “Men have been punished summarily, forced out of their jobs when all they did was touch someone’s knee or try to steal a kiss.”

It was signed by prominent French stars, including actress Catherine Deneuve. However, it seems Deneuve has already had a change of heart. After the outpour of backlash, in addition to sudden support from people she considers reprehensible, the actress published a letter in the newspaper Liberation apologizing to victims of sexual harassment.

“I fraternally salute all women victims of odious acts who may have felt aggrieved by the letter in Le Monde,” she wrote. “It is to them, and them alone, that I offer my apologies.”

The actress acknowledged that, over the course of her long career, she has witnessed uncomfortable situations and has heard stories of filmmakers abusing their power, creating “traumatic and untenable situations.”

Deneuve also spoke out specifically against French radio host and former porn star Brigitte Lahaie, one of the women who signed the original letter, who later said that some women can enjoy being raped. (She later apologized, saying, “What I meant to say,— because I know matters of sexuality by heart—, is that sometimes the body and the mind do not coincide.”) Deneuve said Lahaie’s comments were “worse than spitting in the face of all those who have suffered this crime.“

She also distanced herself more broadly from some of the supporters of the original letter: “That is why I would like to say to conservatives, racists, and traditionalists of all shades who decided it was strategic to give me their support that I am no dupe. They will have neither my gratitude nor my friendship. To the contrary. I am a liberated woman and I will stay that way.”
The thing opens,
A little over a week after 100 prominent French women signed a letter calling the #MeToo movement a “witch hunt” against men, actress Brigitte Bardot has decided to weigh in with her own thoughts on the push against sexual harassment. Rather than join the ranks, Bardot decried the movement, slamming the women who have come forward to share their stories.
“… the women who have come forward to share their stories.”

They’re not “sharing their stories,” they’re making charges against men that in most cases are completely baseless, and in some cases self-refuting.

Thirty years ago, evil people who were seeking to destroy the lives of day care providers made up outrageous stories of satanic sexual abuse of children, which were manifestly lies. They manipulated children into agreeing with them, and then shrieked, “Listen to the children!”

Innocent people spent years in prison.
“The vast majority are being hypocritical and ridiculous,” [Bardot] told the French magazine Paris Match, as translated by France 24.

Bardot, who is 83, noted that “lots of actresses try to play the tease with producers to get a role. And then, so we will talk about them, they say they were harassed . . . I was never the victim of sexual harassment. And I found it charming when men told me that I was beautiful or I had a nice little backside.”

This isn’t the first time Bardot has shared a controversial, harmful opinion. In the past, she has been fined for provoking discrimination and racial hatred against the Muslim community in France.

[Yohana Desta is a liar. While Bardot certainly did criticize Islam, she did so truthfully, and did not “provoke[e] discrimination and racial hatred” against Moslems in France. If only!]

Notice what Desta is doing: While claiming to be opposed to “sexual harassment” of women, she is emphasizing her loyalty to Islam.

Desta is a brain-dead machine for hating normal white men. She posts a racist interview Toni Morrison gave to her Twitter feed, with the comment, “this interview sustains me.” She posts a photograph of a woman who is apparently passing for black holding an award she has just received, commenting “this photo is my life coach.” She posts a photograph of Robert de Niro’s recent profanity-fill rant against President Trump, with “robert de niro ! ! ! ! ! #nbrgala”

Desta has been “Hollywood writer for Vanity Fair” for 18 months. This is what racial socialist outfits like VF want.]
Over the last few months, many actresses have shared stories about the unequal power dynamic in the film industry, and several have revolved around meetings with producers that amounted more or less to an aggressive flirting session. Ellen Pompeo summed up the problem well in a recent piece for The Hollywood Reporter, saying that she once took a meeting with now-disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein where she largely batted her eyelashes and tried to charm him. It’s part of a sordid tradition for aspiring stars, she claimed: “You think, ‘Not only do I have to show that I’m a good actress, but that director also has to in some way fall in love with me and at least become enamored with me.’ That never felt right or good to me.”
Talk about a reversal of morality and reality. Pompeo confesses to coming on to and sexually manipulating producers, but then casts herself as some sort of victim! It’s an “unequal power dynamic,” alright!


Anonymous said...

That was the easiest prediction for me to make-that Deneuve would reverse her opinion.But no matter what Deneuve says now,we know what her true feelings are,don't we?
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

What's needed here is a little political judo, an attack on all those politicians, media types, and celebrities who have turned a blind eye to racist violence against whites the last few decades. The victims weren't merely harassed they were raped and murdered. Tens of thousands dead and perhaps hundreds of thousands raped. Tens of millions assaulted. Such and effort won't take off in the mainstream, of course, but it could have a decent wounding effect nonetheless.

Anonymous said...

“Men have been punished summarily, forced out of their jobs when all they did was touch someone’s knee or try to steal a kiss.”

Addressing a female with a term of endearment. HONEY! Just recently the promotion of an army general held up because he referred to another officer [female] in the same manner.