Rob Black: Weinstein ran a race where porn people were treated like Tea Party nut jobs

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Rob Black devoted his entire show Tuesday afternoon attacking the Free Speech coalition and Diane Duke as antiquated figureheads that need to be removed.

Thanks to his agent, Morty, Black reported a move to a new set of offices and said if Larry Flynt thinks he’s a tough guy, talk about plush surroundings. The new studio will be located on top of the “luxurious confines” of the Star Gardens strip club in North Hollywood where alcohol and topless girls are featured.

“This is a rough and tumble, rugged man’s club,” declared Black, noting that the surroundings are still nothing compared to where Steve Hirsch occupies a “cocksucking sex traffickers” building.

“I sit atop a man’s man’s club,” said Black proud of the fact that he’s among the 99%-ers in the industry that are struggling.

Black went on to his main topic, The Free Speech Coalition.

“The Free Speech Coalition was created a monster amount of years ago by Russ Hamsphire and a very small clique,” said Black.

“Russ Hampshire and the old guard, Lenny Friedlander and Pinky Stolbach started it.”

Black said Free Speech was created basically as an excuse for the good ‘ol boys of the industry to throw golfing events and be a pretext for tossing book stores who were under indictment for obscenity some money.

“Steve Orenstein at the time worked for Ruby Gottesman and Ruby was with these guys.”

“The old timers created the system that people today enjoy,” Black continued.

“It was a taxing system- a way to tax the people of the business. This a cost for all of us and we will help you.” [But it never worked out that way.]

“It was a funded organization by the old timers network. The helping part was debatable because if you weren’t part of that system, you didn’t get help.”

Black never got help from Free Speech and was told by Hampshire he would go to jail.

“Their mantra was I was outside the norm of what they would defend. They never gave me money but they wrote an amicus brief to the courts. Russ set it up as a business and Jeffrey Douglas was the flunky lawyer.

“Just like Bill Margold set up PAW, they sat there and figured out a way to control the checkbook and get a tax exempt status,” Black continued.

“If we give our people something they can donate to, they can write it off and kick in money. We’re going to have a dinner and call it the Free Speech dinner. They had the Night of the Stars, and all of the money went to Free Speech.”

The way Black described it, it was one gimmick after another designed to part industry participants with their money under the guise of fighting for their rights.

“Pinky and them would call the distributors and the distributors were part of the network- See how it worked? You had a newsletter and the newsletter made $50,000- everything went to Free Speech.

“Do you think the Free Speech people back then ran a structure of rocket scientists?” Black asked.

“Free Speech was nothing more than a figurehead, a royal dynasty, a feel good organization to talk about how we’re going to defend the good fight. That’s what it was. It was a feel-good thing. It was rah-rah.”

“Free Speech,” said Black, trotted out lawyers by the bushelful including former porn performer Careena Collins and Shane’s World bus driver Allan Gelbard. Black said, yeah, like you’d call Jeffrey Douglas to defend Phil Spector.

“And when did the Free Speech Coalition represent Larry Flynt?” Black wanted to know.

“It’s a monarchy, a royal dynasty- it never had any power. Russ is probably pissing himself right now laughing his balls off. People like Russ knew the reality. It was all rah-rah.”

After you eliminate all the people Free Speech wouldn’t defend, Black said there’d be no one left in the business to defend.

“They’re not ACLU. They don’t have an Alan Dershowitz and people like that. Take a look at the history.

According to Black, he and Hampshire had a tacit understanding that Free Speech was bullshit and an excuse to run car washes.

Black suggested that it was now time for Diane Duke and the board to go.

“Then shift the money to a new organization that’s spearheaded by good people and a politician or two,” he added.

“If the state was presented a better idea [on condoms], they would have gone with it, but they were never given an option. We had plenty of meetings with Cal/OSHA. Work safety issues have been coming up. Everybody got along. Weinstein worked with Sharon Mitchell back in the day. Shift the money and let’s get a new organization. We need to present the government with an option, an alternative. Isn’t that what politics is about? A different vision?”

Black said Weinstein, a one-man message and election, took his cause to the people and won because there was no voice on our side.

“He ran an awesome race against our business and he won. He ran a brilliant campaign that said something that’s very real and true, and the only defense was a bunch of uneducated porn people saying things that weren’t true.

“Weinstein ran a race where porn people were treated like Tea party nut jobs- it amounted to lies, lies and more lies- seven messages and 27 people giving them. Everybody hates the fact that Weinstein says the truth.”

Black likened porn’s message to tobacco companies telling people that smoking was good for you. “The tobacco industry finally said we kill people and cause cancer.”

Then, related Black, the government figured a way to tax everyone in the tobacco food chain. The tobacco industry managed to have lobbyists and put money in the pockets of politicians and the government accepted the fact they cause cancer and kept off the industry’s backs. Just like it would do with porn.

“We have a business inside of LA. We are like the tobacco industry. I guarantee you, if we had headed this monster off when T.T. Boy and that debacle happened, and kicked money back to the city, that was the price to pay. We grease the political system to exist. If the government wanted to outlaw tobacco it could. It kills millions of people a year but they tax it and we pay it.

“People are addicted to smoking, kind of like pornography,” Black argued.

“If our business was set up catering to them, that’s all that matters. But we have a structure that’s so out of whack we cater to the tube sites.

“Weinstein ran an unopposed election. And who did we pick to run against him? Radical Tea Party assholes. That’s what we’re doing. Tobacco figured out a way to exist with the government.

“Our people still go on the air and say we’re moving out of state.”

Weinstein, noted Black, ran virtually unopposed.

“LA is still littered with sex clubs, massage parlors, and gay bath houses. Why, if you go to N. Hollywood you’ll find places catering to the gay lifestyle with clubs and bars where you can have sex.

“We are a shady business and have always been that way. We’ve always been underground. Our business is run like a shady monopoly empire. One guy, Frank Koretsky, controls the distribution channel and says if you don’t blow me you’ll be out of business.

“No other business runs like that. In porn one person controls an entire market and that’s across state lines. Our business has always been shady but because porn has become acceptable to the mainstream we act like it’s alright to walk with your ass hanging out. It isn’t.”

Black reminded his listeners that just because pop culture embraces pornography, society doesn’t.

“Like it’s totally normal to fuck strangers for money and film it? Then we get girls who get intoxicated and high to do their jobs. You tell me a normal person thinks this is normal?

“Everybody thinks everybody wants to be us because they’re interested in us. Think about the mentality of porn people. We’re not in a normal business but that’s the attitude.”

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