posted on May, 25 2014 @ 11:36 PM
Days of Future Past
As many of you are already aware, a recent scandal has erupted in Hollywood coming from
an alleged victim of sex abuse at the
hands of an elite group of directors and producers referred to as "The Group".
The person named as being one of the main perpetrators of
sexual abuse is Bryan Singer, who has directed many popular movies including the epic X-Men series. It is true that the allegations came out
specifically when the most recent X-Men movie was released, which does cast doubt on the motivation of the so-called victim. The man who has filed a
lawsuit against Singer is named Michael Egan and was 17 years of age in 1999 when the alleged abuse took place. A recurring theme in the lawsuit is
the use of drugs and alcohol to coerce the boy into performing sex, as well as threats against the boy's career if he ever spoke up about what was
happening. One could argue that the boy was very close to legal age at the time and has been silent for 15 years and could just be after a large
amount of cash...
Nevertheless, this does bring up several interesting things when looking into Bryan Singer's specific Hollywood output. Immediately worth
considering and dissecting is his 1997 movie starring Brad Renfro and Ian McKellen called 'Apt Pupil'. This is a very controversial movie in and of
itself, let alone the fact that a sex abuse scandal popped up during production of the
film that involved teenage boy extras complaining about sexual interference from Bryan Singer
when they were auditioned for a nude shower scene.
The story itself is about a curious teenage boy, insinuated to be gay in the movie, who is obsessed with Nazi history and discovers the whereabouts
of a legendary Nazi who fled Germany and was hiding under a fake name in the boy's hometown. Brad Renfro plays the part of the boy and Ian McKellen
plays the old Nazi. The boy does an impressive amount of detective work to figure out the Nazi's identity and tracks him down and literally
blackmails him with DNA evidence and other information obtained. The deal was he would go to authorities and rat out the Nazi if the old man did not
agree to teach the boy everything that went on in the concentration camps. A macabre and disturbing series of extracurricular activities results.
Throughout the story the theme of blackmail for purposes of power and control comes up again and again.
It is worth noting that Brad Renfro ended up spiraling out of control with alcohol and substance abuse issues in the early 2000s and died at the age
of 25 of a heroin overdose.
I have not seen the X-Men series yet, but people have brought up subtle and not-so-subtle Nazi elements embedded into the movie. This brings up the
infamous "Hollywood Illuminati" conspiracy (which I used to detest) of putting subliminal messages, propaganda and certain spins on specific
non-fiction and historic situations and scenarios into movies. This has probably been done for many decades and can be seen in old movies like the
James Bond series. When it comes to information about UFOs and other paranormal phenomena, there is a Hollywood group called 'Project Awareness'
that includes Steven Spielberg for releasing specific information in movies. Close Encounters of the Third Kind, E.T. and the Transformers movies all
include historic situations of covert operations that could be based on real life.
But a darker group in Hollywood, which appears to have been singled out specifically by Michael Egan's lawsuit which names "The Group" and Bryan
Singer, does point to some of the more sinister films having ulterior motives and subliminal messages as well. It is also worth noting that Bryan
Singer had originally planned on directing the movie 'Prisoners'. This movie is replete with child abduction, mind-control and Satanism references.
The main plot involves a Satanic woman who uses mind control on abducted children for the purposes of causing the family members of the children to
lose hope in God. One of the abductees and victims in the movie is named 'Alex Jones'.