16 April, 2019

Roddy McDowall and the Current Pushing of Homosexuality by Celebrities

Posted by Socrates in Big Fag, Hollywood, homosexual themes, homosexuals, jewed culture, Socrates at 1:49 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: Roddy McDowall circa 1966)

When I was a kid, I liked the late actor Roddy McDowall (1928-1998). He was talented and versatile, and he was a household name in the 1970s. But I didn’t know that he was homosexual until rather recently.

McDowell had a long acting career, spanning 60 years. He was featured in such popular movies as Cleopatra, The Planet of the Apes and The Poseidon Adventure.

How is it that McDowall spent his whole life in Hollywood and yet never talked about his homosexuality? He kept his sexual preference in the closet where it belonged. Imagine that! Do you think such keeping quiet about homosexuality would happen today? Nope! Today, if you’re a celebrity who is queer, you must mention your queerness to the entire world! Over and over again!

How could McDowall keep his mouth shut about his homosexuality all of his life, but today, other celebrities cannot do so? The answer is simple. Queer stars today are instructed by the powerful, heavily-Jewish queer lobby to push their homosexuality onto the public.

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  7. 3 Responses to “Roddy McDowall and the Current Pushing of Homosexuality by Celebrities”

    1. fd Says:

      I liked everything Roddy McDowall did. Interesting actor.

    2. Joe Says:

      God! So all along Cornelius was actually Cornholius!

    3. Luke Says:

      Looking back, I guess it is kind of embarrassing to have missed a clue as obvious as a guy having a first name of ‘Roddy’.