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Hollywood’s Other ‘Open Secret’ Besides Harvey Weinstein: Preying on Young Boys

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posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 01:29 PM
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I got to think there are a bunch of deviants that are on full pucker waiting to see if the other shoe drops with their little "secrets" coming to light.


Last week, former child actor Corey Feldman (Stand by Me, The Goonies) tweeted that he’d been asked for a statement about Harvey Weinstein’s sexual-harassment and rape allegations. It makes sense, since he has spent years speaking out about sexual abuse in Hollywood—not of women, but of young men. He has long alleged that pedophilia is the worst problem in Hollywood and that it’s in part responsible for his best friend Corey Haim’s eventual death by drug overdose.
www.thedailybeast.com...

Corey Feldman tried to warn people, and Barbara Walters told him he was damaging an entire industry. Wonder if Barbara would have shamed a female rape victim? Something does not add up with Barbara's reaction.


Feldman said he was molested when he was 11 from many different people. This is totally possible. Consider the women who were raped or assaulted by Weinstein did not talk. And even after they "got theirs ($)" with Weinstein, they still didn't call Weinstein out and let him victimize other poor young women.


Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter in 2016, Feldman said: “[Haim] had more direct abuse than I did. With me, there were some molestations, and it did come from several hands, so to speak, but with Corey, his was direct rape, whereas mine was not actual rape. And his also occurred when he was 11. My son is 11 now, and I can’t even begin to fathom the idea of something like that happening to him. It would destroy his whole being. As I look at my son, a sweet, innocent, 11-year-old boy and then try to put him in Corey Haim’s shoes, I go, ‘Oh my God—well of course he was erratic and not well-behaved on sets and things like that.’ What more could we expect of him really?”


Money/power keeps this quiet. In other words payoffs with strict non disclosure agreements. But it would seem that one of the brave women who are now so vocal about Weinstein would have spoken out after they were multi millionaires. There is much more here than meets the eye.


Legal problems stemming from sexual-harassment or -assault allegations are a major issue in Hollywood, and contribute to a culture of silence. Weinstein is alleged to have paid off at least eight of his accusers—on the condition that they agree to strict nondisclosure agreements to prevent their stories from going public. Furthermore, the movie mogul’s employment contract at The Weinstein Company reportedly protected him from being fired because of sexual-harassment allegations.




posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 01:36 PM
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Here is the question that really REALLY needs to be answered....

First the shooting in Las Vegas (the left has taken full advantage of if not playing a part in)

WHY OH WHY Weinstein now? (The right taking full advantage of this sleeze bag)


Again why now?...this guy has obviously been a dirtbag for a VERY LONG TIME! If you or anyone else doesn't see this as a distraction or suspicious of what is really going on in this country I feel we are quickly headed to a huge disaster...

Reminds me of hey watch my Right Hand while my Left hand picks your pocket but this is BLATANT now. They are playing this game wide open!

What is really going on?

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posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 01:38 PM
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a reply to: seasonal

Yes the pedophilia ring should be the next big story , But i fear it won't come to light as much . Why ? Because of the pedophilia in congress that is so rampid , sadly . Exposing hollywoods pedophila will open the door to congress investigations on them selfs. They can't have that now can they ?


I never realized the grand scale of how massive pedophilia is amongest elite in every corner of the world. I cannot understand why such a high attraction to molest children. Is it the power of it ? is it the thrill of doing something so taboo , because you've got so much money and power that everything else doesn't hold a candle to it ? Is it the thrill of not being caught ?

One thing i can never understand is with the elites. All the power Money they have , and go after women and children and abuse them. Why not just hire escorts and get your jollys off at home. Or hire a maid/escort . That way nobody is the wiser you keep your secret, you get your fetish off and nobody will dethrone you for it .


Sick twited , broken world we live in . We as the people have a duty and obligation to protect our children... sadly most molestation happens within the family ....

Atleast it seems everything is slowly but surely unraveling



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 02:03 PM
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a reply to: seasonal

First time I ever saw this interview. Barbra Walters should be ashamed of herself for saying Corey was damaging an entire industry. Corey was just sounding the alarm on an industry where powerful people are taking advantage of young people who just want to make it in the business! I agree, there are probably many more sex scandals and molestations in Hollywood which have yet to be uncovered. Powerful Hollywood Insiders like Harvey Weinstein, Bill Cosby, Woody Allen, Rapper R. Kelly and the Roman Polanski sex scandals is just the tip of the iceberg of how wide spread the problem really is in Hollywood.



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 02:10 PM
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originally posted by: seedofchucky

I never realized the grand scale of how massive pedophilia is amongest elite in every corner of the world. I cannot understand why such a high attraction to molest children. Is it the power of it ? is it the thrill of doing something so taboo , because you've got so much money and power that everything else doesn't hold a candle to it ? Is it the thrill of not being caught ?


In Hollywood in particular their entire culture has an obsession with youth; with looking young. I call them the "Fountain of Youth Society".

And the other state the environment fosters (like with the world of politicians) is egomania dripping with sadomasochism (arousal from the domination of others). We see it manifest in their universal obsession with socially engineering children into their tribe, for example.

So I'd imagine those combined fosters the 'perfect' environment for this kind of sick stuff.



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 02:13 PM
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a reply to: seasonal

It's strange.
Fieldmen was talking REAL big for a couple months, then it went away.

Right around the same time he started touring the country performing his (terrible)"music"

Hmmmmm



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 02:14 PM
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all of your questions and answers are spot on, but this as you have guessed is beyond logic. This is a demonic practice and how that ties together be it old habits die hard or a concious attempt at manipulating Humanity is anyones guess.
a reply to: seedofchucky


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posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 02:18 PM
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originally posted by: seasonal
I got to think there are a bunch of deviants that are on full pucker waiting to see if the other shoe drops with their little "secrets" coming to light.


Last week, former child actor Corey Feldman (Stand by Me, The Goonies) tweeted that he’d been asked for a statement about Harvey Weinstein’s sexual-harassment and rape allegations. It makes sense, since he has spent years speaking out about sexual abuse in Hollywood—not of women, but of young men. He has long alleged that pedophilia is the worst problem in Hollywood and that it’s in part responsible for his best friend Corey Haim’s eventual death by drug overdose.
www.thedailybeast.com...

Corey Feldman tried to warn people, and Barbara Walters told him he was damaging an entire industry. Wonder if Barbara would have shamed a female rape victim? Something does not add up with Barbara's reaction.


Feldman said he was molested when he was 11 from many different people. This is totally possible. Consider the women who were raped or assaulted by Weinstein did not talk. And even after they "got theirs ($)" with Weinstein, they still didn't call Weinstein out and let him victimize other poor young women.


Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter in 2016, Feldman said: “[Haim] had more direct abuse than I did. With me, there were some molestations, and it did come from several hands, so to speak, but with Corey, his was direct rape, whereas mine was not actual rape. And his also occurred when he was 11. My son is 11 now, and I can’t even begin to fathom the idea of something like that happening to him. It would destroy his whole being. As I look at my son, a sweet, innocent, 11-year-old boy and then try to put him in Corey Haim’s shoes, I go, ‘Oh my God—well of course he was erratic and not well-behaved on sets and things like that.’ What more could we expect of him really?”


Money/power keeps this quiet. In other words payoffs with strict non disclosure agreements. But it would seem that one of the brave women who are now so vocal about Weinstein would have spoken out after they were multi millionaires. There is much more here than meets the eye.


Legal problems stemming from sexual-harassment or -assault allegations are a major issue in Hollywood, and contribute to a culture of silence. Weinstein is alleged to have paid off at least eight of his accusers—on the condition that they agree to strict nondisclosure agreements to prevent their stories from going public. Furthermore, the movie mogul’s employment contract at The Weinstein Company reportedly protected him from being fired because of sexual-harassment allegations.


Don't forget that the music business is just as bad. It is well known they have a casting studio that rivals Hollyweird's casting couch.

Remember Lou Pearlman who created all the boy bands in the 80s/90s (NSNYC, Backstreet Boys, etc). Molestation rumors dogged him.

From Wikipedia:



In 2007, Vanity Fair magazine published an article "Mad About The Boys"[58] detailing extensive allegations that Pearlman molested some of his charges. Pearlman publicly addressed the allegations in a 2014 prison interview with The Hollywood Reporter magazine, claiming they were unsubstantiated, and that he'd never been accused of such by anyone he'd helped succeed. Vanity Fair, Pearlman claimed, had only interviewed "people that had a grudge."[51] The Hollywood Reporter noted Pearlman's "well-documented track record of robbing his artists blind" and rumours of his predilection for "buff, blond boys in his entourage", while a ten year relationship with a former nurse, Tammie Hilton, remained unconsummated. "He was very religious," Hilton said.[51] However, in a 2009 interview with Howard Stern, the former lead singer of band LFO, Rich Cronin, said that he'd only received a fraction of the money owed to him from record sales, and claimed that Pearlman had "wanted to bang everyone", and had attempted to seduce him multiple times. Cronin also alleged that those who did oblige Pearlman were looked after.



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 02:20 PM
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a reply to: ancientthunder

There is a spiritual side to this. It is negative.



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 02:21 PM
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Crazy part is out of all these admissions and peoples accounts of the sexual abuse...

President Obama knew NOTHING about this!! Harvey is still a good man in his eyes!!



LMAO






posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 02:24 PM
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a reply to: seasonal

Walters ought to be ashamed.

As should everyone in Hollywood that defended Roman Polanski.

Now they will be out virtue signalling about how outraged they are.

The truth is many people in Hollywood were willing to look the other way on sexual abuse for the sake of their careers, and they should be shamed and called out.



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 02:24 PM
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a reply to: o0oTOPCATo0o

Would you like to elaborate here ? Do you think that he does not deserve a life and a career, and that if he does not devote 100% attention to the subject that he must have made it all up. Is that what you are saying ?
Rather pathetic if it is.



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 02:25 PM
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It's important to note that the music, television and film industries in LA are all one in the same.

Recently I was looking for whistleblowers from inside the music industry about the 'corporate radio music model', and happened onto this "Gay Mafia" concept.

Turns out there's a bunch of rappers coming out lately talking about who they call the Gay Mafia, which basically to get all that FAME well first they go thru a sort of ritualistic initiation where they 'give it up', its all on tape, and thats used as leverage over them if they try to dissent later.

I wasn't at all surprised as I've heard this as a rumor before, from old rock band dudes.

On Youtube a bunch of clips come up for |"gay mafia" rapper|. Havent noticed anyone else around here talking about it.

Here goes even TMZ talking about it:


And the BET producer I first noted:


He goes as far as to call them a "secret society", which is the same phrase I've noted several members of Public Enemy talking about for many years now.

Just think of how big of raw deals the music industry is famous for handing out all the artists. Seriously hardcore screw jobs are typical in that industry. With people like that, you think the only wicked begins and ends on contract signing day? Apply their logic with all of the above and begin to see the full picture more clearly.
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posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 02:30 PM
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originally posted by: Grambler
a reply to: seasonal

Walters ought to be ashamed.

As should everyone in Hollywood that defended Roman Polanski.

Now they will be out virtue signalling about how outraged they are.

The truth is many people in Hollywood were willing to look the other way on sexual abuse for the sake of their careers, and they should be shamed and called out.


That's the thing that annoys me about this... While there are some women who clearly wanted no part of it, it seems plenty were willing to get on their knees for fame and fortune. Whether we like it or not, some women will have sex for money and fame; and they will do it willingly. It is only when then world knows that they slept their way to the top that all of a sudden they feign like being a victim. I'm not buying it.

Women have been using pootang to get what they want since the beginning of time.



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 02:37 PM
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Well tht's how it all begins... As I was beginning to say at the top, you get enough of these fame groupies in there whoring themselves in the executive office for the part, well that alone as a trend would foster the players being used to such a thing. They'd come to EXPECT it. This would grow into a ego thrill trip. Now that's boring lets go for the little girls. Been there done that for years now well there's still little boys left to try out. Kind of developments.

So now set up the vast majority of Music + TV + Cinema + Porn production in one convenient city, activate the 'fame groupie' dynamic, activate the 'psychopaths tend to be rise to the captains of industry' dynamic, and let the thing play out for a HUNDRED YEARS and watch what happens (by playing that Corey Feldman clip).
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posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 02:44 PM
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Next factor in the industry psychology revelations in the film, Swimming with Sharks (1994).

Someone posted a thread in Movies yesterday, the story being its essentially about Weinstein himself, and its actually a damn good movie.


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posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 02:45 PM
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Whats worse is the parents been very aware of what their kids are encountering yet still making them pursue fame and fortune. Sickening.



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 02:45 PM
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originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
a reply to: Edumakated

Well tht's how it all begins... As I was beginning to say at the top, you get enough of these fame groupies in there whoring themselves in the executive office for the part, well that alone as a trend would foster the players being used to such a thing. They'd come to EXPECT it. This would grow into a thrill trip. Now that's boring lets go for the little girls. Been there done that for years now well there's still little boys left to try out. Kind of developments.

So now set up the vast majority of Music + TV + Cinema + Porn production in one convenient city, activate the 'fame groupie' dynamic, activate the 'psychopaths tend to be rise to the captains of industry' dynamic, and let the thing play out for a HUNDRED YEARS and watch what happens (by playing that Corey Feldman clip).


That is kind of what I think happens. These guys get so used to women throwing P at them all the time they lose sight of reality. Imagine you are Harvey Weinstein. Nine out of 10 starlets would gladly blow you or whatever for a big break. You get used to it and so when you come across the 10th chick who pushes back, I can see where it could be viewed as a challenge and lead into sexual assault.

I can also see how some of these guys get on a path of sexual deviancy because having normal sex gets boring after awhile. You have to keep upping the bar to get off. Phhftt.... Menage with three models? Who cares.... do that every other day. Now you need to start finding taboo stuff and fringe things to get off.



posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 02:48 PM
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a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss

Entourage based a character off Harvey too....Harvey Weingard.








posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 02:51 PM
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Never heard of the gay mafia, a thread in the making there.

The US population seems to be very very insulated from these predators, and they get to work behind the scenes with no worry of legal problems.




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