Conversation with Joseph Domenick on behind-the-scenes power abuse in Hollywood, initiation methods, cultural bondage, and the many levels of glamour magic.
Part One: The Gay Mafia (0 – 28 mins)
Power abuse in Hollywood, casting couch, military & CIA involvement, everybody knew about Weinstein, conspiratainment, Kevin Spacey’s video, using an audience base for leverage, #MeeToo as limited hangout, Bryan Singer’s prolific pedophilia, David Geffen & Barack Obama, the Gay Mafia, social media celebrities, a new media space without regulatory bodies, a twink factory.
Part Two: A Perfect Storm (28 – 59 mins)
Tom Sizemore, Heidi Fleiss, sensitive types vs fully-functioning sociopaths, Jimmy Savile, Chuck Zito, bodyguard to the stars, cock-talk, erectile dysfunction, the effects of pornography, sexual freedom in Laurel Canyon, ultra-wealth, hedonistic desensitization, normalization of perversion, the domination drive and pedophilia, the desire for power over others, seeking the rationalizations, modern Spartan methods, celebrities and warriors, a modern aristocracy, a perfect storm, the exploited & the exploiters, what powers the industry.
Part Three: Living in a Dream World (59 mins – 1 hr 33 mins)
Overt terror tactics, the difference between Hollywood and a Mexican drug cartel, David Fincher’s background, Stagedoor Manor, talent schools as child brothels, cognitive dissonance & Hollywood values, what trauma does, living in a dream world, Barack Obama’s thralls, a world of pretenses, surrounded by fakes, American misery, power fantasies, virtue signaling, addicted to solving the mystery, worldly success, Paul Schrader’s knowledge, how to rationalize one’s way to success.
Part Four: A Taste of Ambrosia (1 hr 33 mins – end)
Compromised faculties, what insiders know, two different cultures, Randy Quaid, the many levels of increasing pressure & compromise, rich people brain, on-set auditions for children, watching the watchers, the power of glamor & desperation, a taste of ambrosia, an all-you-can-eat Caesar’s place buffet of victims, a microcosm of the darkness, Wes Craven’s CIA operative son-in-law, Diligence, Bill Fay big-time producer, Al Ruddy, mafia-approval for The Godfather, fractures in the façade, mobster encounters in Hollywood.
Songs: “Pirates” and “Smile” by Entertainment for the Braindead; “Dreams to Tell” by The Bones of JR Jones; “Beneath the Rose” by Micah P. Hinson; “I’m in Love” by The Blacks; “Changes” by Short Hand.