Stanley Kubrick’s daughter appears to have revealed her support for QAnon and the Proud Boys, promoted conspiracy theories and claimed it’s her ‘patriotic duty’ to joke about AOC being murdered, in a series of posts shared on her Twitter account.
Vivian Kubrick, 60, is the daughter of iconic filmmaker Stanley, who was behind cult classics The Clockwork Orange and Full Metal Jacket.
She has amassed more than 21,000 followers on her Twitter account, which is dominated by wild conspiracy theories and promotes extremist groups including the Proud Boys and Boogaloo Bois.
Through the account, she has also pushed the far-right QAnon conspiracy theory that claims Satan-worshiping pedophiles are running a global child sex trafficking ring and whose believers were among the MAGA mob riot that stormed the Capitol on January 6 in a riot that left five dead.
Despite her Jewish heritage, Scientology convert Kubrick also once referred to the six million Jews murdered by the Nazis in the Holocaust as ‘hapless’ and used the anti-Semitic slur ‘globalists.’
Her conspiracy theories have also extended to the pandemic which she referred to as ‘COVID1984’ and a ‘hoax’ and pushed ‘anti-vaxxer’ ideas, the Daily Beast first reported.
Kubrick once worked with her famous father composing the score for Full Metal Jacket, but the two reportedly fell out when he was directing his last movie Eyes Wide Shut.
When he died in 1999, she brought a Scientology minder to his funeral and then shunned her sister Anya’s funeral altogether in 2009, her mother Christiane Harlan has previously said.
Stanley Kubrick’s daughter has revealed her support for QAnon and the Proud Boys, pushed COVID-19 conspiracy theories and claimed it’s her ‘patriotic duty’ to joke about AOC being murdered in posts shared on her social media account. Pict rued Vivian and Stanley Kubrick
Vivian (pictured in 2014) has amassed more than 21,000 followers on her Twitter account which is used to spew wild conspiracy theories and promote so-called hate group the Proud Boys and controversial movement Boogaloo Bois
Kubrick has thrown her support behind the Boogaloo movement online – a far-right, anti-government extremist movement which counts white supremacists in its fan base and aspires to incite a violent civil war across America.
‘I heard a lot of negative stuff about the boogaloobois, but take a look,’ she tweeted February 1.
‘I’ll make a bet that 90% of Americans would agree with their aims [to] restore the Republic and ALL our rights, make a small Gov that ‘fears’ We The People.’
She shared a link to promotional material for the group which alludes to the ‘eventuality’ of ‘war.’
‘Unfortunately, tyrannical governments are not known for willingly returning power to the people, and the more the people pressure them, the greater their escalation and backlash. For this we prepare. While we may not WANT war; if they do, we will oblige,’ it reads.
Kubrick’s tweets also show an allegiance with the Proud Boys, which the Anti-Defamation League describes as a far-right males-only extremist group that has neo-fascist, violent, nationalistic, Islamophobic, and misogynistic views and Canada has recently labeled a terrorist group.
In a thread in March 2019, Kubrick wrote that the male-only group was ‘TOTALLY NORMAL MANLY MEN’ and claimed her father would have ‘dug PBs sentiments.’
‘Proud Boys might not be your cup of tea, but speaking as a woman who has spent a good deal of time with both boys & men – I recognize these men as TOTALLY NORMAL MANLY MEN,’ she wrote.
Kubrick has thrown her support behind the boogaloo movement – a far-right, anti-government extremist movement which counts white supremacists in its fan base and aspires to incite a violent civil war across America
Kubrick’s tweets show an allegiance with the Proud Boys, which the Anti-Defamation League describes as a far-right males-only extremist group that has neo-fascist, violent, nationalistic, Islamophobic, and misogynistic views and Canada has just labeled a terrorist group
‘My father was from Bronx NYC, incredibly sophisticated man, but I know he would have dug PBs sentiments.’
She added that: ‘Proud Boys have as much right to exist as any #LGBTQ group.’
When JPMorgan Chase closed the account of Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio in May 2019, she tweeted that ‘now I looked at [the group], I support it!’
Both the Boogaloos and the Proud Boys have racist, white supremacist roots.
Kubrick’s apparent sympathy with their beliefs comes as several of her tweets appear to be laced with anti-Semitism.
In one post in September she dismissed Holocaust victims as ‘hapless Jews’.
She also used the term ‘globalist’ in a January post about the vaccine.
The word is widely viewed as an anti-Semitic slur used by white supremacists.
Kubrick’s apparent sympathy with their beliefs comes amid several tweets laced with anti-Semitism
She also waded into the storm last week surrounding actress Gina Carano who was fired from Disney+ series The Mandalorian over controversial Instagram posts where she compared Jews in the Holocaust to conservatives in the US
In another post, Kubrick pushed the debunked conspiracy theory that billionaires George Soros – who is often a target of anti-Semitic conspiracy theories – and Bill Gates are pushing the COVID-19 vaccine to people as part of an elaborate ploy to cull the global population.
She also waded into the storm last week surrounding actress Gina Carano who was fired from Disney+ series The Mandalorian over controversial Instagram posts where she compared Jews in the Holocaust to conservatives in the US.
Kubrick slammed her firing as ‘outrageous’ and ‘truly frightening’ and dismissed the action taken against the actress as being ‘blacklisted.’
This is despite her famous father being Jewish.
Kubrick has claimed COVID-19 is a ‘hoax’ and questioned why more cats and dogs aren’t dead because they don’t wear masks
Kubrick’s Twitter account has become a hive for pushing conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 pandemic that has so far killed 488,000 Americans and 2.4 million worldwide.
Such posts push the idea that the virus is a ‘hoax’ and questioning why more cats and dogs aren’t dead because they don’t wear masks.
Just last week, Kubrick posted a photo reading: ‘Can you staunch mask wearers please tell me: Since we all breath the same air… Where are all the dead Cats & Dogs?
‘Where are all the dead Wild Animals?’
She tagged the tweet with the hashtags ‘scamdemic’ and ‘plandemic’.
A small number of pet cats and dogs, a ferret and some zoo animals including including lions, pumas and apes have contracted the virus but the CDC says more research is needed to determine how it impacts non-humans.
Her penchant for conspiracy theories has now extended to QAnon including the sharing of a photo that joked about the man known as the QAnon Shaman trying to kill AOC in the Capitol siege
Her penchant for conspiracy theories has now extended to QAnon including the sharing of a photo that joked about the man known as the QAnon Shaman trying to kill AOC in the Capitol siege.
‘I FEEL IT’S MY PATRIOTIC DUTY TO RT THIS ONE,’ she wrote alongside a photo reminiscent of The Shining showing Jake Angeli using an ax to break through a door as the Democratic lawmaker cowers on the other side.
On February 6 she also shared a link to a QAnon discussion group.
She has also repeatedly retweeted posts by QAnon supporting Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene who was stripped of her assignments on the Education and Labor Committee and Budget Committee this month after it emerged she had pushed unfounded conspiracy theories and showed support for executing top Democrats.
In a pinned tweet last month where Kubrick announces she will be posting less on social media, she urged people to ‘swap out all the truly upsetting cr*p in our heads’.
Among her list were: Bill Gates, World Economic Forum founder and executive chairman Klaus Schwab, Joe Biden, ‘COVID1984, Agenda 2030 [the UN’s climate change goals]… Frankenstein Vaccines.’
Kubrick did not respond to multiple requests for comment from the Daily Beast.
Kubrick in 2013 at an anti-government rally held by notorious right-wing conspiracy theorist and radio host Alex Jones
Kubrick has in the past revealed she is a fan of notorious right-wing conspiracy theorist and radio host Alex Jones who has also peddled distrust in the dangers of the pandemic.
In 2013, she joined an anti-government rally held by Jones and last year tweeted she had listening to his show for ‘many years.’
The 60-year-old has reportedly been estranged from her family since joining the Church of Scientology around the time of her father’s death in 1999.
In a 2010 interview with The Guardian, her mom and Stanley Kubrick’s widow said she ‘lost’ her daughter to the religion.
‘She became a Scientologist and didn’t want to talk to us any more and didn’t see her dying sister, didn’t come to her funeral. And these were children that had been joined at the hip,’ she said.