These celebrities cleverly leave out who they slept with to get ahead, what family connections they have, fraternal associations they joined, and blood oaths with minions they took. They forget about the manipulative mind tactics they underwent to get into character or the drugs they took to warp or calm their minds while needing therapists to bring them back to reality.
These brainwashed celebrities will assume that they are doing a service by "helping" someone or many by leaking abstract information while fans have to scramble for details. Sure, some just might see some good in the story-telling and learn a thing or two, but the damage one causes by presenting him or herself as someone to be trusted while sharing lies can be devastating. One day the truth will prevail and those whose minds are not protected will be wounded down to their souls.
It is so easy to be drawn to someone who looks beautiful, speaks well, and has much money. You can't help but take notice of this person when others have sung their praises. In time, you find yourself on the fan bandwagon so excited to be in that favorite star's presence. Yet, if only you knew just how much suffering they experience to stay on top. If only you knew the truth behind the stardom. Some would probably pity the poor celebrity while others would only glorify that person all the more.
When one is moved to believe the media hype surrounding a puppet entertainer, politician, civil rights activist, etc., he or she must keep in mind that the specially selected beloved, great and wonderful celebrity puppet has many masters. Organizations don't spend millions on media just for kicks! They don't go all out on television productions to simply entertain. There is always a plan, an agenda, a reason to steer the masses right, left, up, or down depending on the cause. It is your job to see between the lies and share the truth. Start with local, national and international leadership propaganda.
The safest way to protect one's mind from twisted philosophies, emotionally charged stories, and crazy events is not to allow a person or group's perception to become your reality.
Nicholl McGuire also shares her work at African American View on You