“People ((in Hollywood)) are Jewish. And it’s a frightening thing for them to promote Christianity.”
— Dolly Parton, on why her proposed TV series about a country star turned gospel singer met with such little interest
When country singer Dolly Parton told Vogue magazine a couple of months ago that her idea for a TV series about a country singer who becomes a gospel singer was turned down by Hollywood, she said that “everyone’s afraid to touch anything that religious because most of the people out here are Jewish, and it’s a frightening thing for them to promote Christianity.”
But the ADL’s chief troublemaker, Abe Foxman, immediately flew into one of his by-now tiresome furies and fired off a letter (which he made available to the news media, of course) to Dolly, scolding her for her innocent, honest comment. Foxman charged that Ms. Parton was invoking “the old antisemitic stereotype of Jewish control of Hollywood and hostility toward Christianity.” He did not, however, directly contradict her or deny that Hollywood is controlled by his fellow Jews.
Being the nice person she is and knowing on which side her bread is buttered, Dolly dutifully and publicly apologized. She wrote to Foxman, “I regret that my words could have conjured up an impression of Jewish ‘control’ of Hollywood.” Ever the arrogant, whining bully, Foxman accepted Ms. Parton’s atonement, informing the media that is was a “refreshing capitulation.” And the Hollywood lie lives on [Denying that Jews Control the Film Business].
“I remember when Dolly Partin came out and said that if you’re not willing to do what Israel wants you’re not going to have a career in Hollywood. And of course, that was the day her career in Hollywood absolutely ended.” – Mike Rivero