Hollywood: Ricky Gervais Kills It at Golden Globes with Anti-Celeb Rant!

Roy Batty
Daily Stormer
January 7, 2020

Okay, now this is epic:

Ricky Gervais, who is known to most people as an unfunny try-hard atheist trying to be one of the cool kids but failing miserably, actually made a funny or two at Golden Globes.

The whole opening monologue was basically, “screw you people, you are all so full of shit that it makes me want to puke.” I think everyone in America was ready to hear that message. People are sick of the most degenerate and bizarre people on the planet lecturing the rest of us about morality.


From the moment Ricky Gervais walked on stage at the Golden Globes on Sunday night, it was clear he was taking no prisoners.

“If you win an award tonight, don’t use it as a platform to make a political speech,” he advised the stars during his opening monologue.

“You’re in no position to lecture the public about anything, you know nothing about the real world. Most of you spent less time in school than Greta Thunberg.”

Several winners ignored his advice completely (more on their speeches in a sec), but that didn’t stop the British comedian going all out as he fronted the ceremony for the fifth and apparently final time.

The highlight of the speech:


Ricky Gervais just normalized the meme. We all know that Jeffrey Epstein didn’t kill himself and now it’s considered acceptable to say it in polite company. If nothing else, thank you for that, Ricky. You didn’t have to say that, but some little bit of rebel inside you decided to stick it to the Hollywood pedos and I have to give you credit where it’s due.

Well done, lad.

Very little makes sense about Jeffrey Epstein’s arrest and his death, but everyone with any semblance of integrity and two brain cells to rub together can agree that the man did not commit suicide in his cell.

Some other choice bits from Ricky’s speech:

Not content to ruin the iPhone, I’m pretty sure that Tim “Rimjob” Cook made an Apple movie just to get invited to the Golden Globes gay afterparty gangbang. The project will no doubt end up hemorrhaging money and harm the company even more. This sodomite is going straight to Hell, let me tell you.

By the by, I am struck by how Ricky Gervais literally said, “thank your god” and not “thank God” as would be expected. Hollywood is full of demon-worshippers AKA Jews, but also lots of gentiles that have sold their souls for fame and money. I don’t know whether that was a slip of the tongue or a cringetheist talking point or whether Ricky was referencing Moloch-worship in Hollywood.

It’s probably a stretch, but I couldn’t help but think Ricky’s phrasing sounded strange.

Of course, celebrities made the whole thing about Greta Thunberg.

Some actors, including Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett, made reference to the bushfire crisis, connecting it with climate change.

On the subject of climate change, best drama actor winner Joaquin Phoenix praised the HFPA for only serving vegan meals to stars at the ceremony.

“I’d like to thank the HFPA for recognising and acknowledging the link between animal agriculture and climate change,” he said.

“It was a very bold move making tonight plant-based, and it really sends a powerful message.” 

I’m surprised that they didn’t just invite Greta Thunberg to lecture the world at the event. I guess no one in Hollywood wants to diddle her at the afterparty… which is saying something.

You’d think that someone in the crowd would be down for that, but apparently not. If nothing else, you’d think they’d make a competition out of it or something, but again, apparently no.

Curious and curiouser. 

Oh yeah, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood won some awards.

Later in the night, Pitt introduced a clip of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood alongside his co-star, Leonardo DiCaprio.

“When I asked Quentin [Tarantino] how he wanted us to play two ageing movie guys who were on their way out, he said ‘just be yourselves’,” Pitt joked.

And finally, as he was accepting his prize for best supporting actor towards the end of the night, Pitt paid tribute to DiCaprio while poking fun at one of his earliest major acting roles.

“He’s an all-star, he’s a gent, and I wouldn’t be here without you man, thank you,” Pitt said from the stage.

Referring to DiCaprio’s on-screen death in Titanic, he concluded: “I would have shared the raft.”

Try as I might, I just can’t bring myself to dislike Leo and Brad.

They should both run for president in 2024.

A Leo and Brad co-presidency would just feel right, wouldn’t you agree? Funny enough, because these two have kept it apolitical for most of their careers, they would be (paradoxically) accepted as leaders by most Americans.

Besides, the way the field is shaping up now, there’s no way that they wouldn’t win. 

After watching them up on stage, I can say that I would honestly feel a lot better about the direction this country was heading with Leo and Brad at the helm.