reply to post by Thepreye
--Thanks! I've been noticing a coincidental pattern in Hollywood that I'm sure others have as well. It's a fact that our military/industrial
complex has its tendrils deep in movies and TV. Further, at some higher level, the elitists do as well.
--For instance, from 9/11 through the 2003 invasion of Iraq, as a theatrical "prelude" to the invasion, several movies had major themes concerning
power and responsibility.
1. Lord of the Rings: in one of the first two movies, Gandalf tells Frodo that we cannot choose the times we live in, but that we can choose what we
do during those times (something to that effect). It's a good theme. It also places that kernel of a though in the back of someone's mind. Then,
when exposed to the 'weapons of mass destruction' mindset pre-invasion, someone puts that thought with what needs to be done concerning Iraq. It's
not 100%, but it works on a subliminal level with the weak minded or simply unknowing, unsuspecting.
2. Spiderman (2002): "With great power comes great responsibility." Peter took no action and the burglar escaped, ---resulting in his very uncle
being murdered. The theme here is that to not get involved *elsewhere* -crime hits home. This fit in perfectly with the pre-invasion catch-phrase
"We don't want to have a smoking gun in the form of a mushroom cloud." Of course, I do think Parker's uncle had been shot.
3. Pearl Harbor had been made just before 9/11, and released almost a year after 9/11. There were many newscasters who directly compared 9/11 to
Pearl Harbor. A line from Alec Baldwin, just before the Doolittle Raid (something like): "I know we're going to win. You wanna know why? Because
there is nothing stronger than the heart of a volunteer." Of course, Michael Bay gets 100% support from the military when he makes a film. Our
country's military is 100% a volunteer force. 2 + 2. Plus, a major theme about this Pearl Harbor was not just the attacks on Pearl Harbor, but
*taking the fight back to the enemy.*
4. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. Okay, the title was created many decades ago by a deceased author (J.R.R. Tolkien). BUT, the timing of
the movie and its release date are striking. STRIKING. Again, a major theme is "The turning of the tide." Innocent, profound theme all in and of
itself... except for the sheer enormity of the timing.
5. Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones: This is the opposite of the other movies. This movie chronicles a republic being DRAGGED INTO A WAR
by hidden powers. The movie ends on a somber note as squadrons of Republic Cruisers load up troops and fly off to war that no one (save the Sith)
Items 1-4 subtly promote responsibility, volunteerism, bringing the fight to the enemy and deciding what to do in "our times." Think of the target
audience for these movies. Mix into the cauldron main stream media reporting WMD in Iraq.
Item 5 (Lucas's movie) chronicles a republic slipping, mysteriously, into war. At least someone is out there trying to warn us, but as you can see,
he is desperately outnumbered.
Is all of this coincidence? Perhaps. But I believe that COINCIDENCE IS A GLIMPSE INTO A PATTERN OTHERWISE HIDDEN.
Now, the task is to see what is being sprinkled into current movies, current TV and current MSM concerning Iran.