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    Are Performers in the Entertainment Industry Overpaid?

    Instead of replying to the hair dye thread, I decided to open a topic about this. So we can talk about this in more detail, as it is not an uninteresting question.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jäger View Post
    As a side note, while I wouldn't ban these professions, I do believe that both, models and actors, earn far too much for their little efforts, but this is something different entirely, this is more about monetary politics, and the inflation of our character values.
    As a reply to your brief side note - I would debate that this it not the case for most actors and models.

    Many models hardly make a living, even the ones you find in your average Neckermann catalogue. Over-paid actors only exist in Hollywood dimensions, as a hobby-actor I've never seen a single penny for it. I also know a few professional actors quite vaguely, some of them struggle to pay their bills.

    It's just that you never hear about those because they obviously receive less media attention than your average Hollywood starlet. Most actors just play in their local theatres, or in low-budget television movies, and receive a decent but hardly astronomic premium for their role.

    There's plumbers who make half a million, the difference is that they're not part of the entertainment business and thus receive remarkably less attention by the media outlets of said businesses.
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    I think the success Hollywood actors, musicians, models etc. achieve is only orchestrated by the powers that be to make the masses idolize them and the things they do as well as emulate it (adopting negro babies, race mixing, homosexuality, drug abuse, amateur pornography etc.). Celebrities are only one of the fibres in the new world order fabric (like televised sports and multikulti sub-cultures) too give the masses a false sense of connectedness, achievement and belonging too keep them distracted from real issues such as race, folk, homeland and the preservation of our natural world (not to mention ones own life).

    What I mean to say is that these "stars" who are endorsed and so well paid by the hook-nosed parasites aren't placed on a pedestal primarily because of their "talent" but because their conduct assists in the destruction of all things that oppose the control of the world by liberalism, greed, parasitism, and egoism and also to promote the negrofication of all cultures (with Germanics as primary target).

    I think that struggling actors, musicians, models etc. have a hard time becoming successful because they dislike to engage in degenerate activities that will earn them the approval of the eternal spongers and manipulators. I think that if these aspiring entertainers are Germanic they will find themselves even more down on their luck because they lack that "desired" Kaffee braun/multikulti element. All they can hope for with regards to practising their trade without the degenerate element is for Germanics to regain control of the media and the utilization of it for Germanic advancement.

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    Being a model or an actor isn't "little effort", Jäger. Well, if you just have to smile a few seconds for a commercial spot, yes, but otherwise think of what it takes to make a movie or be on the pages of some fashion magazine: interminable hours of memorizing scripts, repeating scenes, having to take hundreds of shots until it's decided which one is "perfect". I don't know, but it wouldn't be a job I would pick because of being "too easy". It would be somewhere on the bottom list of my preferences. Some actors spend 16 to 18 hours a day to shoot for a movie or TV series, models get aches from standing for hours, not to mention the pressure to stay in shape. Not to be allowed to gain weight, get wrinkles and the like. They do pay exaggeratedly at Hollywood, but the internationally unknown actors get much, much less.
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