For once something worth watching from US propaganda machine Hollywood, which in the past years have increasingly lost its independence from the US political establishment, constantly creating films and TV series – Homeland, for instance – that actively takes the role of demonizing nations “we do not like” and slander peoples “we do not approve of”, such as Pakistanis, Afghanis, Iranians, Jews, Syrians, Libyan – Moslems in general – and so on and so forth.
The seemingly constant need to portray other nations as “villains”, is very irritating. As 63 % of the American people now state that they are tired of “the bad reputation” Americans have in the rest of the world, they should certainly start by renovating their own racist and biased entertainment industry, hereby exemplified by ideologically motivated Hollywood which goal endlessly seem to be to slander other nations in a most conspicuous manner.
One of the greatest problems with Hollywood’s active role as demonizer of certain ethnic groups, is that the American people – and many world wide – end up disliking and “hating” these groups based on how ideologically motivated Hollywood portray them. Hollywood is one of the major entertainment agents that create racism and stigmatization based on one-sided information that fit the economic or political agenda of the American elites. Later, it becomes easy for the US establishment to “wage war” against these nations – nations that are on the economic rising scale and normally rich on oil – and the wealthy get wealthier yet again.
Oliver Stone’s film finally bring some value into the Hollywood propaganda machine and its gross injustice towards many nations, making it worth while to actually view an American film again. Watch Oliver Stone’s brilliant film on Edward Snowden.
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