Earlier this week 52 year old actor John Cusack found himself in some hot water for retweeting an “anti-semitic” meme.
While the quote is not from Voltaire, it is still a valid way to discover who holds the reigns of power in any given situation. You’re also able to learn who is being oppressed by finding out who you are not allowed to support (e.g. Palestinians, White people). Proving just how true the meme is, John Cusack was immediately put through the ringer for his retweet and quickly scrambled to explain himself.
Then Cusack further shifted the blame from “an alt right account” to a nefarious trickster bot.
A bot got me- I thought I was endorsing a pro Palestinian justice retweet – of an earlier post – it came I think from a different source – Shouldn’t Have retweeted.”
He then just went the old route of apologizing to those who rule over us, which was the route taken by people like Marlon Brando, Gary Oldman, and Mel Gibson after calling out the jews who run Hollywood (and the world).
I would like to express my sincere apologies for the insensitive and offensive graphic that I regrettably retweeted.”
He also stated that he has…
…engaged to express my thoughts and opinions, however, the material that I shared does not now, nor has it ever, represented my views in any shape or form… I have always believed that all people should live in equality, freedom and peace and I am deeply saddened that an account with which I am associated could perpetuate anything less.”
How can anyone live in “equality, freedom and peace” when we’re being ruled over by a psychopathic tribe that considers us all their “goyim” sub-human slaves? While I consider “equality” to be a Freemasonic sham, it sure would be nice to equality before the law, but we have a tiered system of justice around the world where “goyim” are persecuted for “hateful” emotions (or questioning history), while rich jews can get away with child rape murder. Palestinians know all too well about this “jewdicial” system as it oppresses them daily in their homeland.
I just wish there were public figures who have the courage and moral fortitude to stand by their words instead of begging forgiveness for telling the truth.