If you want to stop the march of liberalism through our political system, you must dry up its sources of funding. Labor unions, foundations, and Planned Parenthood are known slush funds for liberals, but another monstrous slush fund is rarely mentioned — Hollywood. Most people on the right do not understand the connection between Hollywood and the Democrat party, and so live life like a person with multiple personalities, each personality unaware of the others.
Here’s how the process works:
- Hollywood creates a movie.
- You rent, stream, buy tickets to, buy swag, and that money goes to compensate the movie makers.
- The movie makers then take their profits (very large for a successful movie) and fund the Democrat party.
- The Democrat party then runs liberals for office.
Hollywood is like a church, with the price of a ticket a tithe. There are many competing denominations, some not nearly as Satanic as others, but the vast majority of the money goes to support the mission of the Hollywood church, which is spiritual and political ruin. A movie is like a dream-service. The lights go down and you take in what is presented. Then you are expected to go and evangelize (tell) others with the good news (good reviews) of the message (movie).
What people fund, survives. What people fund, prospers. If you support Hollywood without discernment, then you are not only funding the Democrat party, you are warring against your own beliefs.
When will the appetite for truth outpace the appetite for godless entertainment? We all know that nothing is created with a moral perspective, and unless you are discerning, you will absorb the godless perspective of the Hollywood cult. Why do that to yourself?
People do not use discernment for many reasons — they want to believe the world has not become a sicker, darker place. They want to fantasize about something they think they want or need. They want to fit in with their godless friends. They want to demonstrate how cool they are.
All of these betray a lack of care for one’s soul and a friendship with the world. To be a friend of the world is to be an enemy of God, and to be a Christian is not for the emaciated or the weak.