With A-list clients such as Jennifer Aniston, Tom Cruise, Camron Diaz, Tom Hanks, Vanessa Hudgens, Will Smith, Meryl Street, Nicole Kidman, Steven Spielberg, Britney Spears, Kanye West and many, many others, Creative Artists Agency (CAA) is well known as Hollywood’s leading talent agency. Literally dealing with billions of dollars and the most influential people in film, music, television and sports, CAA is a powerful entity in the entertainment industry.
This year, the agency threw one hell of a party during the Sundance festival – one that managed to even shock the Hollywood crowd that was present. The party featured “lingerie-clad women pretending to snort prop cocaine, erotic dancers outfitted with sex toys and an Alice in Wonderland look-alike performing a simulated sex act on a man in a rabbit costume.” According to guests, the party was overtly lewd, pornographic and debaucherous and was described as a mash-up of “Cirque du Soleil and the orgy scene from Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut.”
While all of this fake sex and drugs is a good indication of the moral standards that are upheld at Hollywood’s higher instances, this is surprisingly not the most disturbing fact about the party. The theme and the symbolism of this event, based on a perverted version of Alice in Wonderland + an Eyes Wide Shut type orgy is nothing less than a celebration of the industry’s Mind Control and sex rituals. As stated in numerous articles Alice in Wonderland is a staple in Mind Control programming, where slaves are told to “follow the White Rabbit” and “go through the looking glass”. Having an Alice look-a-like (who is a child by the way) performing sex acts on the White Rabbit is the type of sick perversion MK handlers attach to the story. Furthermore, satanic sex rituals à-la Eyes Wide Shut are also used on MK slaves to traumatize them.
In short, CAA’s party is one big celebration of the Illuminati’s entertainment industry, one that is about exploitation, prostitution, drugs, mind control and rituals. Even if everything there was fake, it was an accurate reflection of what truly happens behind the scenes in Hollywood. Here’s an article about CAA’s party from the LA Times.
A bawdy CAA party at Sundance shocks guests, including clients
Do they really expect us to believe that CAA didn't know beforehand what The Act LV had planned, and were completely surprised by it? The fact is, if CAA didn't explicitly request this sex show, then they at least approved it (sex toys and all).
I love that they quote Naomi Foner saying, “I said to my agent, ‘Is this how you want to brand yourself? Pole dancers? Really?’” This from the mother of actors who have been involved with such wholesome movies like Secretary and Love and Other Drugs. I wonder if she said something similar to her kids when these movies were released?
Then we have Nat Faxon tell us, “It was difficult to have a conversation about my movie while that was going on right next to you.” That means so much coming from a guy who's played in such family friendly films like Beerfest.
Is it just me, or does this whole article reek of hypocrisy?
Vigilant Citizen was right when he said, "Even if everything there was fake, it was an accurate reflection of what truly happens behind the scenes in Hollywood."