I must admit, I was a bit worried when I heard Mel Gibson was making a film about “Jewish heroism”. (Didn’t know that even existed…)
It was a shock coming from the man that once famously delcared Jews were “responsible for all the wars in the world” during a DUI arrest back in 2006.
Turns out my fears were unfounded, Hollywood screenwriter Joe Eszterhas claims Gibson never intended to make the movie.
Eszerhas also claims Jews were a common topic of conversation at Gibson’s homes in Malibu and Costa Rica
Gibson allegedly called Jews, “Hebes”, “oven-dodgers”, and “Jewboys.”
Whenever names were brought up, Gibson supposedly asked “He’s a Hebe, isn’t he?”
Gibson also allegedly said “gatekeepers” of American companies were “Hebes” who “controlled their bosses”.
He also supposedly claimed the Holocaust was “mostly a lot of horseshit”.
Gibson also allegedly said the Torah made reference to the sacrifice of Christian babies and infants.
When Eszerhas claimed Gibson was confusing the Torah with The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, Gibson declared “It’s in the Torah! It’s in there!”
Eszterhas believes Gibson announced plans to make the movie “in an attempt to deflect continuing charges of anti-Semitism which have dogged you, charges which have crippled your career.”
He adds, “I’ve come to the conclusion that the reason you won’t make “The Maccabees” is the ugliest possible one. You hate Jews.”
Thank you Mel Gibson, I knew you would never let me down.