Oscar Ceremony “Jokes” about Jewish Control of Hollywood

ted-wahlberg1One of the more remarkable performances during last Sunday’s Oscar award—an artificial self-congratulatory Jewish-slap-on-the-back ceremony promoted by the Jewish Supremacist-controlled mass media into the entertainment event of the year—was a skit which revealed the extent of Jewish control in Hollywood.

The surprising turn of events took place in a segment hosted by the stars of the movie Ted, a film about an animated teddy bear with a foul mouth. The show, seen by an estimated 40.3 million viewers, contained “humorous” truths about Hollywood, with the bear asserting that one “had to be Jewish to work in Hollywood.

“You know what’s interesting? All those actors I just named are part Jewish,” the bear informed Mark Wahlberg, after naming nominees Joaquin Phoenix, Alan Arkin and Daniel Day-Lewis.

“Oh, okay,” Wahlberg responded, pretending to be a bit flustered.

“What about you? You’ve got a ‘berg’ on the end of your name. Are you Jewish?” continued the bear, voiced by writer Seth McFarlane.

When Wahlberg clarified that he’s Catholic, the stuffed animal whispered, “Wrong answer. Try again.”

The segment then shifted into a series of claims by the character that he’s Jewish, including the news that he “was born Theodore Shapiro,” and that “I would like to donate money to Israel and continue to work in Hollywood forever. Thank you.”

The bear also boasted he’d receive a private plane at “the next secret synagogue meeting.”

This is not the first time that Macfarlane has used humour to point out the obvious Jewish control of Hollywood. In May 2012, he used his successful animated show Family Guy, to make the point as well: In its campaign to win a prestigious TV award, he sent out mailers encouraging Hollywood Jews to give the show this year’s prize for best comedy series. “Come on, you bloated, overprivileged Brentwood Jews. Let us into your little club,” the flyer said, naming a wealthy Los Angeles neighborhood that’s home to many industry executives.

The latest Oscar ceremony “comedy” sketch was of course condemned by the ADL and the Simon Wiesenthal Centre for “perpetuating a stereotype” but the truth is that it is a well-established fact, widely admitted to by many Jews, that they do indeed control Holywood.

As the saying goes, many a true word said in jest.