Right on the heels of my recent piece about The Disney Channel’s decision to unabashedly indoctrinate children as young as six into the progressive cult of LGBT ideology, we now have news that actor Kevin Spacey might have sexually assaulted a 14-year-old boy. The story broke a couple of days ago and has been among the top trending topics across social media.
According to dozens of news outlets, Actor Anthony Rapp (now 46) alleges that Spacey once invited him to a party at his apartment when he was only 14-years-old, where he says that Spacey subsequently “tried to seduce” him. Of course, Spacey was supposedly drunk for most of this so he conveniently doesn’t remember any important details like carrying a 14-year-old boy to his bed, climbing on top of him and making “a sexual advance.” (Or why the parents of any 14-year-old child would allow him to attend such a party in the first place.) According to Rapp, he was able to fight his way out of the situation and escape the apartment complex unscathed.
Most folks are referring to the whole thing as mere “harassment” or just “attempted molestation” although it’s obviously actual sexual harassment and actual molestation. Sorry, but if you’re an adult man who has found a way to coax underage children into your apartment, put them in your bed and then climb on top of them, that’s more than “harassment.” Spacey himself hasn’t even remotely denied the allegations, but chose instead to use this an opportunity to come out as a gay man, deflecting all of the attention onto his homosexuality and away from the attempted rape of an innocent child. Naturally, the mainstream media ate it up, publishing headlines like:
“Kevin Spacey comes out as gay after Anthony Rap allegations” - NY Daily News (now edited to include Spacey's apology.)
“Kevin Spacey comes out in emotional tweet” - ABC News (now deleted)
Thousands of folks across Facebook and Twitter can’t stop talking about Spacey’s courage and bravery in “coming out” in the midst of such a difficult time in his life.
Give me a break. The man all but admitted that he sexually molested a little boy and yet the media would have us focus on his self-absorbed proclamation of gayness rather than the physical, sexual, spiritual and psychological harm that he brought to a child. (Not to mention that Spacey’s affinity for little boys has been a well-known fact in Hollywood for years, although no one apparently wanted to speak out on it until now.) In fact, some directors and actors have said that Hollywood itself is overrun with predatory men hellbent on sexually abusing young men and little boys. They've termed it "a rampant and pervasive problem." It’s utterly deranged, demented, wicked, perverted and nothing short of pure evil.
Moreover, this is only further proof and confirmation of what many of us have known for decades: Hollywood is a putrid cesspool of moral depravity and cultural decay. The entire industry reeks of immorality and is filled to the brim with sexual perversion. Every day we’re treated to yet another headline about sexual misconduct allegations from corrupt men like Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Brett Ratner and — more recently — actor Jeremy Piven. The latter has apparently been accused of groping reality TV actress/former Playboy Playmate Ariane Bellamar on two separate occasions, once while on the set of the hit HBO series “Entourage” and another time at the Playboy Mansion. (Probably not the best place to be if you want to avoid sexual harassment accusations or temptation in general.) Bellamar also claims that Piven sent her “sexual” and “threatening” text messages.
Personally, I can’t find much of any worth or value left in Hollywood these days. There are very, very few people left in the filmmaking business who adhere to the basic principles of decency, goodness and morality. There are very few people who care about the art behind their craft, whether it be acting or directing or producing. There are very few among the Hollywood elite who actually give a damn about the safety of women or the innocence of children. So, I would pose a very simple question: What purpose does Hollywood serve in our culture? Sure, we get the occasional “Avengers” flick, sci-fi movie or comedic TV sitcom. And yes, those can be fun. They can provide a few fleeting moments of escapism for our lives. But, you could get the same thing by spending an afternoon at your local park or coffee shop with a good book.
Can you really say that your life would be utterly miserable without Robert Downey Jr.’s next outing as Iron Man? Would you melt into a puddle of tears if “The Big Bang Theory” or “Stranger Things” suddenly vanished from your nightly routine? Will your world fall apart if the next “Star Trek” movie is cancelled? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then I have to say that I feel sorry for you. Your life must be very small and your aspirations very limited.
But I think the real question should be: Is there any reason for Hollywood — as an entertainment business — to remain in existence at all? If they’re going to continue to churn out just as many rapists, child molesters, pedophiliacs, perverts, gropers and fondlers as superhero movies, then I say that it’s not worth it. To Hell with the whole industry. Let these thousands of men and women — from executive CEOS to camera men to actors to costume designers to prop assistants to stagehands — all find a different line of work. The lives of hundreds of women and children could be at stake. Besides, it’s a small price to pay to slow our culture’s inevitable descent into unhinged moral depravity and spiritual anarchy.
The anarchy is coming either way, but at least we could fight against the evil a little bit longer. At least we could shed a little more light on the darkness. At least we could inject a little more Absolute Truth into the fabric of our society. If Hollywood is going to keep us from accomplishing these goals, then I say let it crumble under its own weight. Let them destroy themselves. They’re already on the path to self-annihilation anyway.