Monday, January 14, 2013

Keeping the LIES Alive


1.14.13

Disclosure: I've NEVER watched any type of Hollywood award ceremony and don't plan on watching any kind of award ceremony.

Lies about damn near everything, but the most damning are the ones that promote the 'War is Good, Double Good' narrative.

Aided and abetted by the cabal that is running Hollywood and for that matter, the entire USA. Using one of the most easily manipulated mediums to keep people scared and in the dark so Americans will keep supporting these 'Wars for Wall Street and Israel,' using the FALSE FLAG/INSIDE JOB of 9/11.

So another 'War is Good, Double Good' movie wins a bunch of awards and if it demonizes Iran in the process, so much the better.

Deja Vu all over again.

The beautiful movie "Avatar" also lost out to a pro-war movie.

Can't have a movie that is anti-war; anti-occupation; pro-peace; anti-Imperialism; shows a profound reverence for Nature and has a healthy dose of Native American spiritualism like Avatar win an Oscar, that could throw people off the official narrative of 'War is Good, Double Good.'

But the people spoke louder than some pretty Hollywood award ceremonies, making 'Avatar" the best grossing picture of all times and the best selling Blu-Ray disc.

"Avatar" grossed close to 3 BILLION, while that other movie couldn't even make it to 50 million world-wide.

"I have come to the conclusion that Big Brother’s subjects in George Orwell’s 1984 are better informed than Americans."

If you know who owns Hollywood, then you'll understand why these 'War is Good, Double Good' movies get awards, while masterpieces like 'Avatar' get shunned.

The US Army's "Human Terrain System," coming soon to a village near you!



3 comments:

  1. Over the years, I tried to watch such garbage, but I simply could not sit thru the pain. That shit is so damned boring, to begin with.

    But it soon became clear after hearing who "won" each year that there was an agenda.

    It wasn't until about 10 years ago (maybe 15) that I realized what it was and who it was.

    BTW: I've never seen Avatar, either. I hardly watch any movies and when I do, it is easy to see the domination of a very small minority and the agenda attached.

    Sickening.

    Maybe Avatar is better.

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  2. Greg,

    They have to pay me to watch either Super Bawl or Oscar/Grammy etc. ...I accept only cash please :)

    Avatar has to be the best movie I've ever seen. Like yourself, I was immediately drawn into the story line we are all familiar with, visual effects afterwards.

    Interestingly enough, it was Kathryn Bigelow (James cameron's ex ) who directed the pro war movie The Hurt Locker, which beat out Avatar at the Oscar. Four years later, she's back with another pro war propaganda movie called Zero Dark Thirty. Puke.

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  3. BM, if you haven't seen Avatar, I highly recommend that movie.
    And that's coming from someone who doesn't go to theaters to watch movies, since damn near all of them are worthless.

    Yes, Musique, Avatar to me was like watching an LSD trip unfold without having to take the drug, it was that beautiful.

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