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Actor Mark Wahlberg said on an Academy Awards show that he supports Israel because he wants to work (in the film industry). - faulty Wikipedia photo system photo


Mel Gibson said Jews run the motion picture business. Since that time Gibson has had few opportunities to apply his craft which some believe that he has been blackballed - (Georges Biard photo)


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This years Academy Awards airing tonight will proceed under a cloud of controversy regarding it being a racist presentation some refer to as the white Academy Awards. Actors Jada Pinkett Smith and her husband actor Will Smith will not attend the show feeling that it is too white and biased. Filmmaker Spike Lee agrees with that the Awards are biased and will not attend. Is the Academy Awards about supporting Israel or recognizing the best talent in the film industry?



Sunday, February 28, 2016


This years Academy Awards airing tonight Sunday, February 28, in the USA and Monday February 29th is Asia will proceed under a cloud of controversy regarding it being a racist presentation some refer to as the white Academy Awards.

The stimuli was initiated by Jada Pinkett Smith aka actor Will Smith's wife, when she posted a message on social media protesting the fact that no black actors were nominated to receive the Oscar which is the symbol of winning an award. She noted that she and her husband will not be attending the event.

Pinkett's stand was reinforced by filmmaker Spike Lee who agrees that the awards failed to recognize the work of black talent. He also states that he will not attend the festivities regardless of receiving an Academy Honorary Award.

Lee's work failed to gain attention this season but Smith's performance in the film Concussion some argue was worth some recognition.

The awards were first presented in 1929 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel and is overseen by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) whose president is a black woman Cheryl Boone Isaacs.

Their stated goal is advancing the arts and sciences of motion pictures. The Academy's corporate management and general policies are overseen by a Board of Governors, which includes representatives from each of the craft branches.

The roster of the Academy's approximately 6,000 motion picture professionals is a "closely guarded secret." While the great majority of its members are based in the United States, membership is open to qualified filmmakers around the world. Of the approximately 6,000 members only 2% are persons of color or black.

Isaacs said the Academy is taking "dramatic steps to alter the makeup" of its membership and diversify it in areas of "gender, race, ethnicity and sexual orientation."

The carrot is this Awards show will be hosted by a black man, comedian Chris Rock. Rock has faced pressure to step down as host. It was later confirmed that Rock will still host the ceremony but has rewritten his entire opening monologue to address the controversy.

The question is what has created this imbalance of recognition that has been ongoing for years. It is no secret that black talent have had a difficult time obtaining roles in films which is something that many black actors have brought to my attention over the years. One significant point is exposure or the lack of it.

Award winning actress Helen Mirren mentioned actor Idris Elba of Netflix's Beasts of No Nation, as someone who would have been nominated, but was not "because not enough people saw or wanted to see a film about child soldiers." Mirren noted that the issue rests on the industry, "what happens before the film gets to the Oscars, what kinds of films are made and the way in which they're cast and the scripts. It's those things that are much more influential, ultimately, than who stands there with an Oscar.

Black actor and rapper Ice Cube, who produced the hit biopic film Straight Outta Compton, stated that "It's crying about not having enough icing on your cake. It's just ridiculous."

The problem is who is running the motion picture business. That subject was addressed when actor/director/producer Mel Gibson stated that the film business was run by Jews. Since that time Gibson has barley been visible in the film industry. The word is he has been BLACKBALLED by the Jews for his statement.

Shortly after his statement the 70% Zionist controlled news media was plastering over the airwaves Gibson's problems with this then girlfriend. It was magnified to the extent as if he had started World War 3.

Gibson's most recent appearance was as a presenter at this years Golden Globe Awards yet major film roles have mysteriously eluded him. Without going into detail often comments are made on talk shows about look what happened to Mel Gibson with the comparison being one should avoid making controversial statements.

Two previous Academy Award shows gave substance to Gibson's opinion. It's safe to say who would be more aware of the Jews control the film industry problem than he, given that he must acquire funding for his films and most likely has to deal with Jewish investors.

The first red flag following Gibson's statement was during the 2013 Academy Awards Mark Wahlberg appeared as a presenter standing on stage with a puppet. He then made the comment that SURE he SUPPORTS ISRAEL BECAUSE HE WANTS TO WORK. It raises the question does he support Israel's apartheid, murdering ways?

The following year when the film 12 Years a Slave won the award for being the best picture of 2013, one of the films producers Steve McQueen, a black man, looked at a Jewish film producer in the audience and said, "You survived (the Jews) and we (blacks) survived." Apparently he was referring to the Jews surviving the Holocaust and the blacks from slavery.

This 88th Awards show in 2016 will cast a light on how the film community will change its ways, if at all, and create more opportunities for those minorities including those from the Hispanic and Asian communities, and make the business a more level playing field without prejudice and make decisions and awards based on talent and not a shared faith.

Notable black stars that are scheduled to be presenters on the show are: Morgan Freeman, Whoopi Goldberg, Louis Gossett, Jr., Kevin Hart, Kerry Washington, Pharrell Williams and Quincy Jones.

In a stealth like manner Jewish and Jews for Israel money has funded a number of films that have won the Academy Award. It will be interesting to see what links to Israel this Academy Awards show will reveal.

It will also be interesting to see how much time this awards show will be devoted to promoting Israel and the Jewish faith and how much they will ignore the plight of minorities in the film industry. It will also reveal who supports human rights violations by Israel.

Let's be clear… this is not about trashing the Jewish faith but to draw attention to those that support Israel and their apartheid ways in slaughtering the Palestinian people and stealing their land and businesses.



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