The Illuminati in Hollywood

By Mark Dice

  • Release Date : 2016-02-26
  • Genre : Performing Arts
  • FIle Size : 1.05 MB

Description

The Illuminati in Hollywood The infamous Illuminati secret society represents the pinnacle of power in politics, banking, and the news media; but what about the entertainment industry?  Do Hollywood’s elite studios, producers, and celebrities have a secret agenda?  Are they part of a covert conspiracy? 

Media analyst Mark Dice will show you exactly how Hollywood uses celebrities and entertainment as a powerful propaganda tool to shape our culture, attitudes, behaviors, and to promote corrupt government policies and programs. 

You will see how the CIA and the Pentagon work hand in hand with Hollywood to produce blockbuster movies and popular television shows crafted to paint positive portraits of war, Orwellian government surveillance, unconstitutional agendas, and more.  

You’ll also learn the strange and secret spiritual beliefs of the stars that fuel their egos and appetites for fame and wealth, making them perfect puppets for the corporate controllers behind the scenes.  And you will also discover the rare instances of anti-Illuminati celebrities who have dared to bite the hand that feeds them.  

Character Howard Beale once warned in the 1976 classic film Network, “This tube is the most awesome God-damned force in the whole godless world, and woe is us if it ever falls in to the hands of the wrong people,” and unfortunately that is exactly what has happened.  

Reviews

  • Includes mythical supernatural beings.

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    By poilkiuuyty
    Mark Dice is a decent chap, his street interview videos are fun exposing how dumbed down the person in the street is. The book starts ok. Not the most interesting read in style that must be a hard task dealing in hard facts about the history of media in America and outside influences etc. Where I have a problem is the religious references. For a person so willing to believe in a supernatural nonsense while dealing with mass manipulation of thought seems a joke to me. Ive now got to the stage where I'll try and get a refund on the book. Please cater for people who have advanced past imaginary friends, thanks.

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