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Bin Laden's death has not stopped the war on terror nor has it kept Hollywood from working on a movie featuring the raid that led to the al-Qaeda leader's death. The team that was behind The Hurt Locker will be releasing the flick right before the next presidential election. This issue has the head of the House Homeland Security Committee, Peter King, so upset that allegedly the White House is sending national security secrets to Hollywood. King is saying that this propaganda needs to be looked into by Congress. David Sirota, author of Back to Our Future, tells us about the bigger issue.
These are huge questions that would expose one of the most powerful and least examined instruments of propaganda in our society -- propaganda that has played a pivotal role in structurally reorienting our society around war. With wars raging and a military budget bankrupting our society, King's move could inadvertently uncover some of the huge but unseen factors that keep us committed to a destructive militarist theology.
Grossly blatant Illuminati messages are more often couched in films of excessive violence, sexual content, outright weirdness, and so on, in order to distract viewers from the fact that external ideas are being inserted forcefully into their minds. Actually, that's not quite right: excessive violence, and such, activates a psychological openness to the receiving of ideas. The explanation for this is that once a viewer makes the decision to ACCEPT the violence and the sex, and so on, his or her mind remains open to the ideas that the film is meant to insert into their minds.
SUBTLE INFLUENCES Very often, the decision is made not to insert any open messages into film projects. This is due to two very simple rules: too much openness exposes the process; and, gradual influence is far more powerful and effective in the long run. In the event that no open messages are going to be inserted, two other options remain which still allow for gradual influence to build.