April 5, 2018
Steven Spielberg is a rather weird Jew.
Other than the obvious anti-Nazi elements of the original Indiana Jones films, most of the films he directed and produced during the first two decades of his career weren’t overly subversive compared to other mainstream movies of the time.
But, sometime during the early 1990s, Spielberg’s kike genetics kicked into overdrive and he started dazzling the goyim with myths about white slavemasters (Amistad), the “good” and “noble” war (Saving Private Ryan) and – lest we forget – the Holocaust (Schindler’s List).
His fellow tribesmen loved him for it.
Having achieved the rank of “SuperJew” and maintained it ever since, Spielberg is now looking back on some of his older, less pozzed creations and is thinking “hmm… how could ruin this beloved character for everyone?”
Naturally, his first target is Indiana Jones, who was a strong, masculine role model for millions of white millennial boys.
Veteran Hollywood film director Steven Spielberg says the next star of one of his most iconic characters, Indiana Jones, should be played by a woman.
Speaking to The Sun as his latest film Ready Player One hits the cinemas, Spielberg said that although it would risk anger from longtime fans of the Indiana Jones franchise, it is time the explorer took on “a different form.”
“We’d have to change the name from Jones to Joan,” he said. “And there would be nothing wrong with that.”
Ford, 75, first played Indiana Jones in 1981’s Raiders of the Lost Ark and reprised the role in three sequels, with the last being in 2008’s Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was shit, but at least Indy was still male.
It was announced last month that Spielberg will begin shooting the fifth, and as yet untitled, Indiana Jones movie in 2019. He also confirmed that this will be Harrison Ford’s last.
“This will be Harrison Ford’s last Indiana Jones movie, I am pretty sure, but it will certainly continue after that,” Spielberg said.
Spielberg, who remains one of America’s most recognized and iconic film directors, also recently expressed his support for the anti-sexual harassment campaign Time’s Up, which was launched in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
“I think in 10 years’ time we’ll look back and realize what a watershed moment we are all experiencing together. 2017 to 2018, it’s extraordinary what’s happening right now,” the four-time Academy Award-winner said last month.
Look, Spielberg, a female version of Indiana Jones already exists. She’s called Lara Croft, she has a new movie out, and everyone hates it.
Hello where are the tits :DDDD
The earlier Indiana Jones films already featured several strong female characters, such as that insufferable bitch in Raiders of the Lost Ark. Including characters like her in secondary roles is a much more effective and subtle way to promote the feminist agenda than going full Ghostbusters.
But Jews can’t do subtle any more. Decades of constant winning has dulled their cautiousness, and now it’s “all in or nothing” for them.
Their genetics accept nothing less than the destruction of all that is good in the world.