At The Movies

It's the movies that have really been running things in America ever since they were invented. They show you what to do, how to do it, when to do it, how to feel about it, and how to look how you feel about it. Andy Warhol









I took a Media Studies class in school so I wasn't totally unfamiliar with the concept of using movies to propagandize the public, but the era we covered was World War II.  Movies and government propaganda were used to generate support for the war effort, to demonize the enemy and to do emotional therapy on the people who had family members on the battlefield. I had a notion that the movie Conspiracy Theory was a conditioning movie to reinforce the word association 'conspiracy - theory' and to stereotype anybody who analyzes news and government actions appear to be unhinged conspiracy theorists.  It wasn't until the 3 Stooges Bus Tour and Elaine Chao's non sequitur discussion of the movie Seabiscuit that clued me to think about movies and how they are being used the virtual reality that has been created for us.  

The following is a list of movies that I know are psyop movies.  I'm sure there are others that I will add to this list as I learn of them. 



Falling Down - An unemployed defense worker frustrated with the various flaws he sees in society, begins to psychotically and violently lash out against them.  [This film depicts the pissed off American like myself who loses everything - including his sanity. This man is symbolic of the 'terrorist' that the globalist traitors are anticipating as they tear apart our country economically and cast aside American Citizens in favor of exporting jobs or importing foreign workers]

HouseSitter - self-synchronization.  A sort of training film on the concept.

Seabiscuit - Bankrupt millionaire, broken down nag, make a comeback.  This is a metaphor for our country in the eyes of the globalist traitors. 

Conspiracy Theory - Jerry Fletcher is a man who sees conspiracies everywhere. But if you keep doing that long enough, sooner or later you're going to get one right.

The Truman Show - A man discovers his whole life is a TV show.  He found out he was living in a virtual reality created for him by the producers.  [ The military does have remote viewing capability to monitor people if they so choose.] 

A Beautiful Mind - "A brilliant but asocial mathematician accepts secret work in a cryptography, his life takes a turn to the nightmarish. 

The Pelican Brief - Two Supreme Court Justices have been assassinated. One lone law student has stumbled upon the truth. An investigative journalist wants her story. Everybody else wants her dead.

Other People's Money - A corporate raider threatens a hostile take-over of a "mom and pop" company.  [As you listen to both speeches, consider that this is the debate about the future of America and that America is the obsolete product to which Larry refers.  Larry wants to 'creatively' destroy it - to liquidate it because he considers it obsolete.  Greater profits can had elsewhere in the world.] 

Jorgensen expresses the values that his company (and this country) was founded upon.  Chairman of the Board Andrew Jorgensen's speech about the company and what Larry The Liquidator is about to do it.   Larry The Liquidator's Speech   Larry The Liquidator is the new breed of investor who doesn't care about anything but money and it matters not to him what he destroys to get it. 

Wall Street -   "A young and impatient stockbroker is willing to do anything to get to the top, including trading on illegal inside information taken through a ruthless and greedy corporate raider whom takes the youth under his wing".  Gordon Gekko's speech.

And the best for last -

Network - A TV network cynically exploits a deranged ex-TV anchor's ravings and revelations about the media for their own profit.  Arthur Jensen's Speech to Howard Beale    Beale's speech on the death of democracy

The Sting - Tagline: ...all it takes is a little Confidence.  In 1930s Chicago, a young con man seeking revenge for his murdered partner teams up with a master of the big con to win a fortune from a criminal banker.



The Lone Gunman - [Dean] Haglund went on to describe the pilot episode of the Gunmen in which the three character basically had to stop a plane from flying into the World Trade Centre. This was aired eight months before the event actually happened. Haglund's character manages to gain control of the aircraft seconds before it hits and averts disaster. "Part of the plot, as it said in the script was that this event would be used to start an international war on terror." he commented.  On Fox.