It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.

Please white-list or disable in your ad-blocking tool.

Thank you.


Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.


Hollywood's Hand in brainwashing.

page: 1

log in


posted on Dec, 8 2006 @ 01:43 PM
How many of you guys watch movies. I have a hypothesis that says that Hollywood along with the Neo-con's have been conditioning the American's through movies before 911. They showed us movies before they carried out the acts to make people accept their 9/11 story about hijacker's and the fact that planes smashed into the buildings.

Fight Club (1999)when he meets a sado-masochistic anarchist who is secretly plotting to overthrow civilization. As their friendship grows, they become increasingly involved in a secret society of "fight clubs" where men act out their aggressions and violently beat one another to a pulp.
(The towers blow up at the end through controlled demolition)

Executive Decision (1996)Terrorists hijack a 747 carrying 400 passengers, and everyone involved mistakingly thinks the passengers are going to be bartered for the terrorist group's imprisoned leader. However, an American intelligence analyst and expert in terrorism believes that their plan is to launch a nerve gas attack on Washington DC. The President's Crisis Management Team must then choose between ignoring the agent's
(Middle Eastern actors used as terrorists)

The above are two movies that most closely resemeble scenarios that happened on 911. One is about demolision of buildings, the other is hijacking. There are lots more movies about hijacking before 2001, but I dont know how to dig them up but I'm sure you guys remember watching them.

So is this brainwashing real or coincidence. And remember Jews own hollywood. And 9/11 american's fight along side by jews in the holy land.

posted on Dec, 8 2006 @ 02:03 PM
Hi Dunkin, of course Hollwood etc. condition us with films its been going on for years, you know good beats evil, America always wins etc. Lets face it there are people who watch soaps and believe that the characters are real life people, ok they may not be that bright but it just shows how easily some people are conditioned. The media is a powerful tool and those who wish to control us use it 24/7, I find it amazing that with no proofs provided people will believe anything like Saddam having WMD's etc the list is endless.

Films are avery good way of preparing people for future events, it progrms the minds of so many that at the end of the process people genuinely believe what they see and are told. Films, papers, radio, tv it all works extremely well, the only solution is to either educate peole or stop them watching/listening to this crap.

posted on Dec, 8 2006 @ 02:23 PM
That's what I'm saying. If we wan't world peace. We need American's to create a government that will help its people and not lie and create world destruction.

posted on Dec, 8 2006 @ 03:04 PM
They have also romanced a lot of young men into going off to war, along with the grim reality of war.

Enemy At The Gates
Pearl Harbor
The Thin Red Line
Saving Private Ryan
Three Kings
Black Hawk Down

Are just a few I can think of from recent years.

posted on Dec, 8 2006 @ 05:04 PM
I just got back from watching Casion Royale a second time, and I find myself thinking back to how Die Another Day could've been considered conditioning.

A bunch of North Koreans as bad guys who use a superweapon on the ROK, along with the American agent girl given nearly equal prominence as Bond. They then go and save the day without so much as a scratch after a completely unrealistic scene featuring them escaping from a burning Boeing 747.

Such a shame that the movie was so horrificly bad, but at least Casino Royale was fantastic.

posted on Dec, 8 2006 @ 05:21 PM

Originally posted by dunkindonuts
That's what I'm saying. If we wan't world peace. We need American's to create a government that will help its people and not lie and create world destruction.

If we want world peace then we should kill all humans!

As for the topic at hand, I find that Hollywood does condition it's audience towards certain viewpoints. Some of them that I've noticed are as follows:

Technophobia(or Neo-Luditism)

Those are the ones that worry me the most.

new topics

top topics

log in