Actor Elijah Woods, 35, blew the whistle on what is taking place in Hollywood regarding organized parties to that children can be exploited by the Hollywood elite.
Submitted by: Veronica Coffin
Written by: TIM BROWN
Actor Elijah Woods, 35, blew the whistle on what is taking place in Hollywood regarding organized parties to that children can be exploited by the Hollywood elite. Yet, the mainstream media remains complicity silent on the matter.
Woods, who is most famous for his role as Frodo in the Lord of the Rings Trilogy as well as other parts in numerous films, says that sexual abuse similar to the Jimmy Savile scandal in Britain is taking place in Hollywood.
In an exclusive interview with The London Times, Wood opened up about the scandals and sympathized with the sexually abused victims of Savile.
Woods claims that numerous “parties” that were “organized” and set up so that innocent, young, naïve actors could be “preyed upon” by the Hollywood elite.
“There is darkness in the underbelly—if you can imagine it, it’s probably happened,” Woods told the Times.
He added that anyone who attempted to expose the crimes being committed would be “squashed” and have their lives destroyed.
In fact, Woods believes it’s going on now and that since the mainstream only programs propaganda and isn’t interested in bringing real justice to criminals, especially those in Hollywood and politics who would violate innocent children, the public is largely unaware of what is taking place.
“I’ve been led down dark paths to realize that these things probably are still happening,” he said.
Like everything that goes on with criminals of this nature, failing to bring justice upon them only results in a hardening of the criminals. If there is no punishment, then the crimes not only continue, but they escalate.
In November 2014, I reported on a documentary titled An Open Secret that was released that exposed Hollywood’s sex abuse of children. Michael Egan III filed lawsuits against X-Men director Bryan Singer, veteran TV executive Garth Ancier, former Disney exec David Neuman and producer Gary Goddard.
Boston attorney Matthew Valentinas contacted Amy Berg to produce An Open Secret following her Oscar winning documentary Deliver Us From Evil, which exposed the sexual abuse taking place in the Roman Catholic Church. He also set up The Courage to Act Foundation to help victims of sexual abuse.
“The profits from the film are going to the foundation,” Valentinas told Hollywood Reporter. “We are really hoping that more victims will feel they will have a place where they can come out and share their experience. It will also be a way for people to be more educated about how these pedophiles operate in Hollywood, because it’s very specific. The people who are going to Hollywood every year to get into films might be a little more susceptible, and the people who are preying on them have more influence and more power to dangle over them. I hope this film will help the industry to police itself better.”
Keep in mind that many victims are scared to speak out about the crimes committed against them due to the fact they are embarrassed or frightened. Corey Feldman said that he went to the police and even named his abusers, but the police seemed too focused on Michael Jackson to deal with his allegations.
Sadly, this is going more mainstream as we are hearing about teachers abusing and sexually exploiting their students. Even worse, are the “legal” attempts to cover it up and protect the criminals that commit the crimes. So this isn’t just Hollywood child actors and actresses who are facing these types of predators, it’s becoming more rampant across America.
…but whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him to have a great millstone fastened around his neck and to be drowned in the depth of the sea.
It seems to me that America needs to wake up and throw off the nonsense of “rehabilitation” and start practicing justice. For the sake of our children, let’s start removing these criminals from our land.Follow VeronicaCoffin
Submitted by: Veronica Coffin
Written by Michele Hickford
Before you read further, remember…we’re talking about three-tenths of one percent of the U.S. population. The total number of Americans who identify as LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender) is under 4 percent (unless you live in Washington DC. The gay mecca. No, seriously). So we’re talking about a tiny minority of a minority. And for some reason, this tiny minority has been elevated to The Most Important Issue our nation is facing right now. I truly do not understand – unless it’s some very clever magic prestidigitation being practiced by the Obama administration so we won’t be noticing what he’s REALLY doing.
In any event, on the very same day Obama ORDERED public schools to allow students to use the bathrooms or showers that corresponded to their “gender identity” rather than their plumbing, he also tightened the screws on healthcare insurance companies as well as federal programs such as Medicare and Medicaid with a new directive to cover sex change operations.
Newsmax reports, The new HHS directive enforces the Affordable Care Act’s section 1557, which forbids discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in certain health programs or activities.
“The final rule does not require covered entities to cover any particular procedure or treatment for transition-related care, including gender reassignment surgery,” a spokesperson for the Department of Health and Human Services told The Washington Free Beacon. “However, it does bar a covered entity from categorically excluding from coverage or limiting coverage for all gender transition-related services.”
In addition to ruling that “categorical coverage exclusions or limitations for all health care services related to gender transition are discriminatory,” including services such as breast implant surgery, hormone therapy and sex change surgery, the directive says:
Women must be treated equally with men in the health care they receive and the insurance they obtain;
> Individuals must be treated consistent with their gender identity, including in access to facilities;
> Individuals cannot be denied healthcare or health coverage based on their sex, including their gender identity and sex stereotyping;
Providers may not deny or limit treatment for any health services that are ordinarily or exclusively available to individuals of one gender based on the fact that a person seeking such services identifies as belonging to another gender;
Sex-specific health programs or activities are permissible only if the entity can demonstrate an exceedingly persuasive justification, that is, that the sex-specific health program or activity is substantially related to the achievement of an important health-related or scientific objective.
A sex-specific program or activity – you mean like giving birth? Or is it now discriminatory to offer that to women only? I give up.