In Japan, women underwent plastic surgery to acquire Raquel Welsh’s belly button. A sad picture of the tremendous global power of Hollywood. Pygmies in the Himalayan mountains humming a Coca Cola tune. Monks in Tibet wearing Levi Jeans. Aborigines, the only English they know is Make My Day.
Hollywood is Americanizing the world. Not the America of George Washington but an America filled with, The Chain Saw Massacre, Nightmare on Elm Street, The Exorcist, American Gigolo, Debbie Does Dallas and the blasphemous, The Last Temptation of Christ.
The inhabitants of the earth were intoxicated with the wine of her adulteries (Rev 17:2). Hollywood has refined the ability to stimulate the appetite of man's sinful nature. The craving of the sinful man, the lust of the eyes and the boasting of what he has and does (1 John 2:16), have become big business. Year after year, barriers are being broken. People look to Hollywood to fulfill their needs. Shock me! Terrify me! Stimulate me! Turn me on! Make me laugh! Blow my mind! Create a universe that I can escape into. Give us a sex symbol that we can use when making love to our husbands and wives. Teach me how to be cool. Give me an identity. Make me feel part of something important. Give me gods to love and adore. Tell me how to think and feel and how to spend my money. Make me politically correct. Teach my children, I lay them at your feet. Be my mummy. Be my daddy. Be my Messiah.
Hollywood has portrayed America as a Materialistic Mecca, a paradise, a land where dreams are fulfilled. Tonight people from every nation tribe and culture will go to sleep dreaming of what it would be like to live in America. Tens of thousands of immigrants flood into the country pleading for citizenship. Entering New York's harbor, the first thing they see is the most sacred Statue of Liberty, a symbol of wealth and freedom. The majority of these immigrants end up in impoverished, crime–ridden, inner cities
Related Article: Media Brain Washing