“Celebs behaving antisemitic-ly” watch

It’s not just for Mel Gibson anymore.

In an interview on conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’s radio show, Charlie Sheen, star of the hit sitcom “Two and a Half Men,” fulminated about the show’s creator Chuck Lorre.

“There’s something this side of deplorable that a certain Chaim Levine – yeah, that’s Chuck’s real name – mistook this rock star for his own selfish exit strategy, bro,” Sheen said in the radio rant.

“Check it, Alex: I embarrassed him in front of his children and the world by healing at a pace that this un-evolved mind cannot process. ‘Last I checked, Chaim, I spent close to the last decade effortlessly and magically converting your tin cans into pure gold.’ And the gratitude I get is [that] this charlatan chose not to do his job, which is to write.”

Show creator Lorre’s given name is Charles M. Levine.

Sheen denies that his outburst was antisemitic. But how else can you interpret it?

But wait– there’s more.

At one point in the interview, Sheen is heard calling Thomas Jefferson a wimp.

Regarding the [female] company he keeps, Sheen had this to say: “If I bring up these turds, these . . . losers, there’s no reason to then bring them back into the fold because I have real fame – they have nothing. They have zero. They have that night. And I will forget about them as the last image of them exits my beautiful home.”

Sheen, a 9/11 truther, is a regular guest on Jones’s program.

Production has been halted on “Two and a Half Men.”


And John Galliano– whom I never heard of but who seems to be a celebrity in circles of which I am not a part– has been suspended as head designer of Christian Dior after he was arrested on charges of assaulting and hurling antisemitic slurs at a couple in Paris.

Galliano was drinking at a bar Thursday night before the altercation in the trendy Marais district, which has historically been the home of the area’s Jewish community, authorities said.

Witnesses told London’s Telegraph that Galliano “swore heavily, using anti-Jewish insults before attacking the couple.”

“For the moment, we don’t know what led him to address the couple. We don’t know yet know if they knew each other or not,” a police source told AFP.

The celeb designer’s lawyers vehemently denied accusations of anti-Semitism.

After Galliano yelled at the couple, he was taken to a police station for a sobriety test, where he was found to be just over the legal limit.

Police escorted the 50-year-old back to his home in the city. In France, making anti-Semitic remarks is punishable by up to six months in prison. But so far, no charges have been filed against Galliano.
One officer told Reuters that Galliano’s explosive remarks were a result of stress ahead of Paris Fashion Week, where Dior is always under the spotlight.

Ah. Perhaps Ken Loach would understand.