It is interesting because the anti-semitism is not he basis of the lawsuit but is added as a detail that the accuser thinks will give the lawsuit credibility.
In the allegations, the anonymous accuser
[John Doe] attributes these words to John Tavolta:
[Travolta] began screaming at [John Doe], telling [John Doe] how selfish he was; that [Travolta] got to where he is now due to sexual favors he had performed when he was in his Welcome Back, Kotter days; and that Hollywood is controlled by homosexual Jewish men who expect favors in return for sexual activity. [Travolta] then went on to say how he had done things in his past that would make most people throw up [emphasis added].I came across this article, because this quote was in the comments section on another blog I read. (Warning: Before you click that link, Vox Popoli is a tough read... Vox himself rarely Jew baits, but there are more than a few anti-semites among his regular commenters)
In a casual reading, the quote as posted by a commenter, did not really make clear that this was an accusation and not really attributed to Travolta. Another commenter said that this quote made him more likely to believe the accusations.
That gay jew casting couch stuff from Travolta actually convinced me that there's probably some truth to those plaintiffs suing him. You cant just make that s*it up.Actually you can make this sh*t up. People have been doing it for thousands of years. Countless accusations of sexual aggression, blood libel, well poisoning, witchcraft, and megalomania of the Jews have been made up.
It is important to note that John Doe's lawyer dropped him from the case after Travolta proved that he and the accuser were in different states the day the alleged incidents took place. So, it appears that these allegations were made up as well.
The most important point here is not the anti-semitic nature of the accusations, but that they were added by the plaintiff to add credibility to the lawsuit. I think that the Jewish community in America is completely ignoring this as a cultural trend. I will write more about it in the coming week.