Has anyone pointed out that the name of the show, “Big Brother” is a reference to 1984, and now it’s “houseguests” are part of a public ritual of shaming and job loss?
There is more to this story than just celebrities and scandals.
These are ordinary people, not actors or actresses; Hollywood invited them into their lair, exposed them to the world as bad according to Hollywood standards, and then threw them to the wolves.
The TV got angry and said something bad about me. Now I don’t deserve to have a job. Make sure you don’t get the TV mad at you!
Big Brother contestant Spencer Clawson might find himself out of work when he leaves the Big Brother house, as Union Pacific is distancing itself from its employee for praising Hitler and using abusive language on the reality show.
ccording to reports, Clawson is said to have praised Hilter as a gifted speaker, and called a houseguest, “Kermit the F***”
“The values represented by Spencer Clawson’s comments during the Big Brother show do not at all align with Union Pacific’s values. Mr. Clawson is on unpaid leave of absence while participating on Big Brother. Union Pacific does not condone his comments,” the company said, in a statement on its website. “Union Pacific is acting in accordance with Collective Bargaining Agreement terms regarding Mr. Clawson.”
Last week, two other contestants — Aaryn Gries and GinaMarie Zimmerman — lost their modeling agency jobs because of racist comments they made on the show.
The whole thing could very well be a Mind War setup to maintain the soft control. It’s either that, or it’s a sample of the population from which we may infer a spirited inner rebellion against political correctness across the White population nationwide.
They are afraid of Gulliver waking up. The huge population pool of hundreds of millions of whites could wake up and smack them like a fly.
This sort of Mind War seems designed to keep a lid on things. We’ll take away the Corn Syrup Cornucopia of jobs and money and media acclaim if you make the TV mad! The Great Oz is Not Pleased!
Notice the hypnotic command, “Pay No Attention (to the man behind the curtain.)”
History repeats itself; as tragedy, then farce. Perhaps this is an echo of the show trials of Soviet Union and Maoist China. This is how Hollyweird goes Cheka.