63 Comments on "Netflix CEO Reed Hastings: Marriage counseling showed me I was a ‘systematic liar’"

  1. Your Friendly Neighborhood Lawbringer | September 10, 2020 at 1:26 PM | Reply

    Ask him about why he hasn’t removed Cuties from Netflix yet.

  2. A systemic liar is the perfect person to be on CNN lol.

    • He fits right in with the p3-d0s

    • Lol Lol 🙄💙

    • Victor Valencia | September 10, 2020 at 5:20 PM | Reply

      there is A systemic liar is in the White House and also A systemic liar as the vice president

    • @Victor Valencia and yet you’ll be voting for people to replace them who have an even worse track record for telling the truth. You’ll be voting for a ticket where the VP candidate told everyone who would listen that the presidential candidate was basically a racist who then was all smiles about being picked for VP by said racist.

      You’ll be voting for the duo who wrote and enforced the 1994 crime bill which led to mass incarceration of black people over the guy who signed the first step act to try to reverse that.

      You’ll be voting for the duo who encouraged black people to destroy their neighborhoods because they knew that they would be destroying the businesses and job opportunities in their area that could then be used as the democrats campaign narrative that black communities are struggling and voting against the guy who offered to send in feds to try to stop that from happening.

       And you are going to vote for the people who are screwing over black people for no other reason then being an indoctrinated moron who hears the TV say “orange man bad” every day and you blindly echo the talking points like a well trained parrot.

  3. Totally sounds like the type of guy, that would watch 11 year old twerk.

  4. Performance oriented to this guy means being on call 24/7 and working until you’re completely burned out.

  5. Did Netflix just get accused of abusing the young children the thier “Cuties” film. Republicans are against pedophilia.

  6. Jackie Visiting | September 10, 2020 at 1:46 PM | Reply

    Sitting infront of netflix for hours is “a pure negative”.

    • How Hollywood programs us to ignore the ‘men behind the curtain’

      Joseph Stalin once said that “He did not need anything else to transform the entire world into communism if he had control over American film media,” or today’s MSM in conjunction with Hollywood

      Published before Trump’s election in 2016 by an unknown publisher.
      You’ve just seen behind a curtain you weren’t even supposed to know existed – ‘Richardson’ in The Adjustment Bureau

      They are partners in propaganda, collaborators in control.

      The mainstream news media and Hollywood movie studios are cogs in a powerful machine that conditions us to accept a world view favourable to the global corporate elite.

      Most of us are not even aware we’re being conditioned; we don’t see how we’re beingmanipulated. That’s why it works so well.

      The media contribute to the deception by how they cover the news or don’t cover it – in other words, which subjects they ignore and which questions they avoid asking.

      Most of us think the media have the job of keeping the powers that be in check, and exposing their mistakes and excesses. But in reality, the media are the propaganda arm of the power structure, and they exist to support and reinforce perceptions that favour the elites.

      This can easily be seen in how they cover 9/11 and the supposed “war on terror.” The mainstream media might dabble at times in doubts about how the war is being waged, but they won’t expose the fact that it is a complete Orwellian fraud designed to keep us distracted and frightened while the elites go about their business of raping our planet and enslaving its inhabitants.

      And 9/11 is broken down by the media into heroism, government “mistakes,” and endless debates about whether Muslims did it or just fundamentalist Muslims.

      Any other possibility – like 9/11 being a false-flag operation used by the elites to tighten their grip on us – is ignored or ridiculed with dismissive condescension and quips about the psychology of “conspiracy theorists.”

      When I say that the media are not interested in exposing the real truth, that they’re more concerned with serving their corporate masters, I mean mainly– but not exclusively – the big players. And I don’t mean all journalist are “in on it.” I get this question from people who think that all it would take would be one reporter to spill the beans and the whole lie would fall apart. If only it were so easy.

      But those looking for career advancement on CNN, Fox, or any other major network or newspaper know which perspective will serve them and which won’t. Self-censorship can be more pervasive and more insidious than the forced kind.

      So how does Hollywood fit into this? Its effect can be even more subtle in shaping our attitudes towards events in the world around us.

      There are two main ways this happens with Hollywood films: one is when a film directly conditions us to accept the world view the elites want us to have. Sometimes this can seem pretty obvious – with excessively pro-American or pro-military films like Independence Day orTop Gun, for example. Other times it’s much more subtle. In Enemy of the State, for example, we learn all about the evils of the surveillance society only to find out in the end that it was just a few “rogues” that were the problem. The system emerges unscathed.

      Either way this disguised propaganda pushes us to accept the narrative created for us by the elite. This usually involves a simplistic “us” and “them” opposition. We’re offered a false choice – such as that between people who love freedom and people who “hate us for our freedoms.”

      The second way films help shape our attitudes is through what is known as predictive programming. This is when films, television, or other entertainment vehicles introduce subjects before they appear in real life to prepare us to accept them when they do. I believe this was done with 9/11, and I’ll be writing a lot more about this in the weeks ahead.

      This takes us even deeper down the rabbit hole. We are shown in a film something that seems to be exposing a hidden truth about our world. One of two things happens:

      We are able to indulge our fascination with the dark world of conspiracies for a while before returning to the real world where these things, of course, don’t really happen[/*]Or, we are shown most of the truth about something but with just enough that isn’t true to lead us to draw the wrong conclusions[/*][/list]The X-Files went full speed for the first of these two. Every conspiracy conceivable was true. We were able to get all of that stuff out of our collective system so we could get back to ridiculing it in real life.

      A great example of the second possibility is the Matt Damon thriller The Adjustment Bureau. In this film, a seemingly dark and sinister otherworldly “elite” literally runs the world by plotting out exactly how everyone’s life will unfold.

      A mistake is made by the unseen guardians of humanity, and Damon’s character becomes aware of the behind-the-scenes control that he is being subjected to. He rebels because the plan for him won’t allow him to stay with the woman he has fallen in love with.

      For most of the film, we cheer Damon’s individuality as he battles to escape this control. In the end (spoiler alert!!), the “chairman” is so darned impressed with Damon’s feistiness that he lets him have the girl.

      He is told: “Freewill is a gift you’ll never know how to use until you fight for it. I think that’s the chairman’s plan. And one day we won’t write the plan, you will.”

      This is a major red flag giving us an insight into the real deception, the real manipulation. Damon is told we need to be controlled because we’d blow ourselves up if left to our own devices. So, the benign master has to step in to “help.”

      The other deception, of course, is that Damon finds out about the “men behind the curtain” and successfully overcomes their control. We love watching this in the movies, but we’d scoff at it in real life. Seeing this clever plot twist on reality seems to make us less likely to believe such oppressive control really exists. Ingenious.

      And this is just one of dozens of films that work this subtle form of conditioning. Films that deal with the idea of an unseen controlling force include The Truman Show, Dark City, The Matrix, The Game, Vanilla Sky, The Devil’s Advocate, The Forgotten, Unknown, V for Vendetta, The Usual Suspects, Enemy of the State, They Live!, Eyes Wide Shut, The Manchurian Candidate, Three Days of the Condor, The Island, and many others.

      These films give us a hint about how we’re being controlled, but ultimately they’re part of that control.

    • Most movies last anywhere from 1 hr 45 to 2 hrs and 15. Do you mean all day? lmao

    • @J&JB Transport and you can watch more than one. did you have an actual question?

  7. Melissa Sullivan | September 10, 2020 at 2:40 PM | Reply

    So he wants to socialize? GET FRIENDS. The rest of your employees would prefer to work from home according to TONS of survey results in the past 5 years.

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  8. He misses telling people what to do in person

  9. Netflix has crossed the line time to cancel them !

  10. Speak for yourself Reed, working from home is fantastic

  11. You don’t need counselling to find out that you’re a liar.


    • So just in general, lying isn’t always a conscious choice that’s made after rationally weighing all your potential outcomes in any given situation. And I’m not in psychology, but from my layman’s understanding, some people have, for a variety of reasons, developed a habit of being dishonest or deliberately misleading as more of a compulsive behavior, or maybe to retain power or control in any given relationship/situation. Sometimes it takes some real introspection about your own motives and actions to realize the extent of your own behaviors, and if your life is otherwise busy/complex, you may not have a regular opportunity to do so. Counseling sort of forces you into a place where you have an opportunity to really examine the “whole” of your own reasoning, behaviors, and the resulting consequences, and realize that you may have made a fundamental miscalculation somewhere and that you are actually, a habitual liar. I can also imagine the job that he has rewards liars and other non-empathatic types to such an extent that it promotes these kinds of day-to-day behaviors, and one day with some help you might wake up and realize exactly how far you’ve fallen, even if it only seemed like a few inches at a time. Or maybe it’s just more dishonesty… that’s why it’s always important to trust, but also remain critical and verify truth.

    • TLDR point is: It’s smart to be skeptical, but don’t actively dismiss people who are trying to work on themselves and their mental health or the world will be collectively shittier for it.

    • @sieda666 nerd

  12. I think you only have him on to see what the comments will be like and if people are going to mention the disgusting movie Cuties.

  13. Will CNN and MSNBC go see this marriage councillor, and admit that you ‘systemically lie’ to your viewers

  14. No mention of Cuties.. CNN can’t do a damn thing right.. Why did you not address the controversy?!..

    • Probably because this interview happened the day Cuties was released and there was no controversy at that point. It’s 3 days worth of math. Be better than that.

  15. Biden Wins China Wins | September 11, 2020 at 1:38 AM | Reply

    What a sick joke! Canceled & deleted my Netflix account, they are a disgrace

  16. Nobody should take advice from Netflix CEO.

  17. Netflix is gross,pushing that 11yr old exploitation film, shame on Netflix!!!

  18. Patrick Patrick | September 11, 2020 at 7:42 PM | Reply

    While in his basement, watching “Cuties”, Biden’s neighbors overheard him yelling “Jill…has smell-a-vision been invented yet?”

  19. He should step down. Harry and Meg ‘s deal is disgusting

  20. Why do I always get a creepy feeling from this guy? It’s like he’s one of satan’s minions.

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