In light of the Hollywood Strike called against the inauguration of Donald Trump, a mass boycott is more necessary than ever. By disrespecting the democratic process so profoundly, the celebrity society has shown that they do not deserve our patronage. Hence, they have provided the rest of America very good reason to pre-empt their juvenile strike with a nationwide boycott of our own. The sheer recklessness and chutzpah by which Hollywood has galvanized this strike smacks of a classic C.I.A. color revolution via targeted destabilization and engineered chaos. However, in their utter arrogance and hubris the celebs have unwittingly provided working Americans with a golden opportunity. This once-in-a-century event will create the distinct possibility of ridding the USA of the completely degenerate culture now notoriously known as Hollyweird. (Hollywood Celebrities Actually Dare US To Boycott After They Declare A Strike Against Trump)
Truly, there has never been a better time to boycott and bankrupt the celebrity society that so dominates American culture. That degenerate society is so wrapped up with the nation’s political class that a hit to one will cause a good smackdown to the other. Which is exactly what this nation needs at this critical time of the Second American Revolution.
The Democratic side of the political aisle is particularly vulnerable to this incestuous entanglement with Hollywood and all the other celebrity spaces like New York City and Orlando. These ultra-liberal and pseudo-progressive bastions have all but sealed the downfall of the American Republic, so why not take them down first before they take the country down?
Do you get it?
The United States of America since the beginning of the last century was quite purposefully built around the fictitious American Dream which was mirrored on the silver screen by all of those Hollywood stars. Some of the earliest stars, as they are known, because everyone watched them with awe and envy once upon a time, were very good and talented people. However, in many cases their images were used to create a fake image of what success ought to look like for the average American.
This constantly played rerun of the false construct of the American success story appeared on television and at the cinema for decades. In this way was the American Dream hardwired into the collective consciousness of the American people. This fictitious dream was then sought after by many which was then cynically used by the political class as a carrot, and sometimes as a stick.
The critical point here is that now that the American Dream has been turned into the American nightmare, it’s time to abandon the celebrity culture that is systematically used to condition the masses via various social engineering techniques. Most of this conditioning takes place in the form of subtle mind-control programming and neuro-linguistic programming that is implemented via the TV and cinema, as well as using the celebrity culture when not sitting in front of the screen. In fact this particular mass mind-control dynamic was utilized to create the greatest weapons of mass deception ever created.
TV, Motion Pictures and the Mainstream Media
Who among us has not fallen under the spell of the Mainstream Media (MSM)? For purposes of this discussion the MSM includes not just TV and cinema, it also includes book publishing, music production, the entire educational system, as well as corporate and government-commissioned artwork. It also includes all of the digital forms of media that dominate the Internet, especially the social media networks and similar content creators and disseminators.
The bottom line here is that it is impossible to avoid the overwhelming influence of the Mainstream Media. Its power over every sphere of American society is as profound and pernicious as it is pervasive and preponderant. Therefore, it’s essential for each and every U.S. citizen to understand what they are really being subjected to 24/7 over the course of their entire lifetime.
To a great extent the MSM has been built around the celebrity culture. Not only are the movie stars presented as celebrities, but so are the singers, professional athletes, politicians, models, and network anchors. The best example here is how the news network anchors are now paid millions of dollars to simply report the news (actually fakes news). Their high visibility during prime time also ensures that they occupy a high platform with which to unduly influence American society. Which is exactly what they are paid to do. They no longer report the news; they tell us what happened (with MSM spin, of course) and how we ought to think and feel about it….Read more »