November 20, 2016
Actor Donald Sutherland is fed up with the racist, sexist, etc. behavior of White males, and so is denouncing them all as evil.
DYLAN DRYER: And speaking of the movie with Helen Mirren, The Leisure Seeker, is that the one you were talking about?
DONALD SUTHERLAND: If I could do a thousand movies with Helen Mirren, I would, but that’s the only one I’ve done.
SUTHERLAND: And it was – if it is a quarter as good as it was a joy to play, then it will be absolutely wonderful. Helen Mirren – you – Helen Mirren came up to me on the set and stood in front of me and said – in the middle of shooting, you know – and I love her. And she said, “You are the most privileged person on Earth.” And I said, “You’re joking.” I mean, I’ve been very fortunate and I’ve had a wonderful life. But she said, “No, you’re the most privileged person on Earth.” I said, “How can you say that?” And she said, “You are a white male.”
TAMRON HALL: And your reply to that was?
SUTHERLAND: There’s no reply. I was ashamed. I was stunned. And I have gotten more ashamed. It’s interesting to realize that you are seen as an integral part of a group that many of whom are mendacious, misogynist, of bigots, racists, and it’s appalling.
HALL: So what do you tell your – you have many, many grandchildren. What do you tell them? Several.
SUTHERLAND: No, I have four.
HALL: Several, I was think seven more. So, four grandchildren, what do you tell them to give them a hopeful view of life?
SUTHERLAND: How can I give them a hopeful view now? How can I give them a hopeful view? I have a wife, I have a daughter, I have a daughter-in-law and a granddaughter. What do I say to them? What do I say to them? Their women’s rights have gone, you know? The environment has gone, minimum pay has gone. What do I say to them? How do I – you know, I can only say one thing, I am a Canadian. And that’s what I am.
AL ROKER: A lot to think about. Donald Sutherland, thank you so much.
So, he’s ashamed of being born.
If I were him, I would be ashamed of my role in what was done to Robert Heinlein’s “The Puppet Masters.” That’s enough for a lifetime of shame right there.
Anyway, no, Donald Sutherland isn’t a Jew. But he is an extremely wealthy celebrity, who has no idea what the common man is going through as a result of the Jew agenda against us. And yet, he feels the need to condemn us all as evil.
If he wants to talk about “privilege,” why not talk specifically about the wealthy liberal elite he is a part of – who mostly happen to be Jewish – who have condemned the working and middle classes of this country to death by feminism, drugs, faggotry and multiculturalism?