Jimmy Mac from Rebel Force Radio recently made a public statement on Facebook with regards to the recent Variety article about Pablo Hidalgo.
But leave it to Lucasfilm turd Henry Gilroy to dismiss all of Jimmy’s legitimate concerns.
Of course Pablo is free to have an opinion.
In exactly the same way that everyone else is free to respond to and comment on Pablo’s opinion, and withhold their purchasing power from Lucasfilm media and products, even if Henry Gilroy doesn’t like it when they do.
So as a writer, Henry should probably familiarize himself with the definition of the word “hypocrisy.” I suggest purchasing a dictionary published before 1968. Because hypocrisy does not mean responding to comments that someone else made.
But if Pablo is the “continuity guy” then maybe there’s bigger problems afoot with Pablo than his opinion.
What this actually is, is a failed attempt by Henry Gilroy to control the speech of an individual with a large platform. After all, where was Henry Gilroy to condemn the “piling on” of Lucasfilm turds that accused Rebel Force Radio of sexism and misogyny?
The Twitter account Shitty Star Wars Posts recently posted a meme that will be passed around social media by SJWs who are desperate to believe in this incorrect narrative.
Here’s the meme by itself:
Unfortunately for SJWs, I’ve already produced a number of documentaries that easily discredit these lies. Also unfortunately for SJWs, watching them requires an attention span that can process more than 128 characters.
I’ve produced a documentary that shows how the media was largely the problem for both George Lucas and Jake Lloyd, who had nothing but good things to say about the fans.
I’ve produced a documentary that shows Ahmed Best repeatedly citing the media as the problem in the Phantom Menace backlash, while also saying nothing but good things about the fans.
Down With Disney was demonstrated to be a false flag operation conducted by Jason Ward of MakingStarWars.net. Daisy Ridley openly stated what her reasons for leaving social media were on video, which had nothing to do with the fans. And the entire Kelly Marie Tran Instagram Incident was demonstrated to be a virtue signaling hoax. All of which can be seen in my documentary, The Kelly Marie Tran Instagram Incident.
As far as Rian Johnson’s death threats, I’d love to publish them. But then again, neither has he.
How Jordan gets his scoops with no connection to Lucasfilm is a question for another time. But the important thing to note here, is that Jordan has no authority whatsoever to issue this order. Anyone can do anything they like with anything that Jordan tweets out, as per Twitter’s terms of service:
The bottom line here is that Jordan is representative of the kind of “contributor” that Lucasfilm chooses to hire for projects. No one on this blog ever stated that he was a direct employee for Lucasfilm. That’s a narrative that Jordan himself is making up.
Steele Wars replied in Jordan’s thread with some barely coherent remarks.
On the contrary Jordan. You and your colleagues are free to say anything you like. Just as the customers are free to respond, and to withdraw their financial support from the Star Wars franchise. Continue to speak as you will, by all means.