Foreign films : analysis of a typical (anti-)American concept

It is no mystery why foreign films know such a great success in the USA. What is not to love for a typical brainwashed American ? Bad/plagiarized scenarios, terrible acting, and even anti-American propaganda in some cases (I’m not implying that this type of propaganda doesn’t exist in American movies either).

Over the years, the anti-American and ethnomasochist media that govern us, and the use of the verb is intentional, we have witnessed an uncontrollable influx of anti-American propaganda.
The concepts of national pride, patriotism, ethnocentrism were gradually replaced by concepts such as worship of the foreign, anti-Americanism and ethnomasoscism.

Once again, we traded individual responsibility for collective irresponsibility.
When in other countries, the mere word “foreign” is severely demonized and badly connoted (“étranger” en Français, “fremd” auf Deutsch…), in the USA it is almost revered.

After replacing national pride by anti-Americanism in the masses, it is only logical that more adoration of the foreign must follow, and this until American culture is completely eradicated… and at the same time complain about “Americanization” of the society.

The sole concept Foreign films is inherently American, to a lesser extend in other English speaking cultures.
There is no word to describe foreign films in French for example. You could say “film étranger”, which is the grammatically correct way of saying it, but other than that it’s a nonword at best.
As a matter of fact, why would any country that takes pride in nationalism and the rejection of the foreign want to hear about such a concept ?

It is also funny how a lot of the foreign films promoted here in America, were in fact advertised as anti-American and nationalist, in their home countries.

If the United States of America want to be sovereign once more, it must reject such an attack on their culture (and economy).

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