Celebrity worship is an illness people don’t know they have!

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9 thoughts on “Celebrity worship is an illness people don’t know they have!

  1. Ashley February 16, 2023 / 11:17 am

    Amen to that, John.
    Just as my January 12, 2023 article suggested (and your celebrity graphic I included: https://nofakenews.net/2023/01/12/trump-would-never-have-been-president-without-the-apprentice/), Trump would never have been president had he not first been made a celebrity, and had a fan base not been developed for him through constant repetition of his image.
    Those who [really] run D.C. also run our media (as you know!), and they can make a celebrity out of anyone they choose, or destroy anyone they choose.
    Many decades ago, people became celebrities based on their accomplishments (Olympic medalists, for instance), but today, they become celebrities because the people who control the media (in all forms) have chosen them and decided they will be. And if that celebrity is willing to sell his/her soul to the devil (a literal requirement for major success now), we’ll see them everywhere we turn.
    The controllers know, exactly as you point out, that celebrity worship is real. When someone is made into a celebrity, they’re turned into something not real, a non-human, with no faults almost. They’re repetitively featured, written about, talked about and photographed in ways that manipulate the public minds to adore them — to such a degree that people stop seeing them as fallible humans. And worse, the worshippers — as you point out — aren’t even aware of their idolatry, or the mind control under which they suffer.

    • Dr. John Reizer February 16, 2023 / 11:19 am

      Thanks for sharing, Ashley! And thanks for all the great articles that you have written! 🙂👍


      • Ashley February 16, 2023 / 11:34 am

        My pleasure, John. Thank you for all you do — and for providing a platform! 🙂

  2. lhakes12 February 16, 2023 / 11:24 am

    John, I was listening to the radio this morning as I usually do for the music. (Unfortunately, you get nasty commercials inbetween) But one comment that the announcer made was about how Adel sometimes comes out in the audience during her concerts and sings. Then the announcer expressed how awesome that would be. And asked how would that make you feel?
    And I thought to myself that it would be great to hear her spectacular voice up close, but she is just a person like the rest of us. (At least maybe! 🤔) However, I really wouldn’t be in awe of her herself. We don’t even know these people!
    There is a saying to picture people in their underwear, and you will know that they are just like us.
    Although with those special sunglasses you might be able to see a lot more! 😂

    • Dr. John Reizer February 16, 2023 / 12:31 pm

      I am like you, Lisa! I can certainly appreciate the artistic and athletic talents entertainers and athletes possess, but I do not think of them as people who need to be worshipped.

      I think that this celebrity worship phenomenon is a big problem in our society.

      In the United States, shows like American Idol and a few others encourage this nonsense. The word “fan” is short for fanatic, and I think that the fact that so many people are fanatics concerning certain individuals speaks volumes about the craziness of people in general who like to live vicariously through celebrities and athletes.


  3. Kenneth T. February 16, 2023 / 3:20 pm

    I’m the guy in front, with the sunglasses on.

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