These days more and more celebrities are speaking out about corruption which is great to see.
Whether it’s Donald Sutherland explaining how the Hunger Games is an allegory for the corrupt ruling class in the United States, or Jim Carrey making fun of Monsanto, every day it seems as though more of these guys are stepping up and speaking truth to power.
Now we can add Jean Claude Van Damme to that list. But unlike the people previously mentioned JCVD went for the top of the pyramid.
Let’s just hope he doesn’t end up having an “accident”.
Transcript (Scroll down for video):
C.Ockrent: Ted Cruz, religious evanglist right, etc. And the other Marco Rubio (interrupted)
JCVD: he (T.Cruz) is the individual that said Putin is a gangster.
C.O: Cruz? Yes, whereas Trump said Putin was a formidable guy (french media have been bashing Putin quite a bit the past few years, this is an association fallacy based on a lie lol).
JCVD: let’s remain political and righteous (interrupted)
C.O: yes but it holds for both
JCVD: well they are not going to win, you still have the Rockfeller… people like… the Rothschild, those big families that dominate continents, so it’s not even France here we’re talking continents, these are families that rise in 1827, a family with 5 sons that expands (i believe he is specifically talking Rothschild here)
Anchor: you are talking about… (interrupted)
JCVD: it’s above everything we’re talking tonight… so you have lobbyists, people that are candidate to elections, and then you have people like Donald Trump, who have what? 10 millions euros?
JCVD: he might have more but that’s what he declares in legal documents, in anycase, if I myself have goods, and worked all my life, for my families, my friends, for my country where i pay my taxes, what he wants first in my opinion is to protect his interests, whereas someone who works for free is someone dangerous. It’s true we have problems with globalism, but what he says in a way, to get out of globalism, is to leave the world alone, it’s a different philosophy.
JCVD: hang on a second, I was asked if I knew politics, I’m aware.