Thursday, August 23, 2007

Hollywood and Bioterrorism

Like the CIA-controlled cable news, I can't help but feel that Hollywood is just a conduit for Military Industrial Complex propaganda, and that the latest remake of classic "The Invasion of the Body Snatchers" called "The Invasion" is a celluloid version of a probable scenario that one can imagine that our Strangeloving overloads have dreamt up for us mere mortals.

I don't say this flippantly, but as a warning: When one understands that the terrorists in the DoD are weaponizing some of the worst viruses and plagues in the world and devising ways to best delivery these plagues to humanity, we should be paying close attention to what they -- and the propagandists in Hollywood -- are telling us. After all, these could possibly be test cases as to how they, the overlords, will spin a bio-terrorism event. Just substitute "aliens" for "Islamic terrorists" and you get my point.

But, having said that, I need to backpeddle a bit so as not to vilify the whole industry. There are a few examples of great films that really stand out for their bold, unflinching truth-telling. For example, the "The Matrix" and "V for Vendetta" written by the Wachowski brothers, and the British made "Children of Men" are just three of the best examples that cinema has given us to better understand unpleasant truths (like false-flag terrorism) in our world. I thank all of the producers, directors and writers involved in those films from the bottom of my heart for taking on such a daring projects. You are not the propagandists I speak of.

So, here is my first movie review. Remember: truth is sometime stranger than fiction

"The Invasion" - the non-official synopsis:

The movie begins with a space shuttle breaking up as it reenters the earth's atmosphere (it uses much of the same footage from the 2003 space shuttle Columbia disaster). We understand that the debris field covers a huge swath of the eastern United States with a mysterious organic material that begins to turn people who come into contact with it into emotional retards. (Here we can envision Fox News executives drooling.)

Our Barbie-doll-like protagonist, Carol Bennell, (played by Nicole Kidman) plays a Washington shrink who begins to notice that people are beginning to get less neurotic than usual, and hence, weirder by the day. Things get even stranger still when she hasn't quite figured out that the late-night census worker knocking on her door is one of THEM, even when his mouth does Edmund Munch's "the Scream" as he attempts to vomit the mind-controlling virus at her.

Over time, our hip-defying heroine begins to figure out, along with her doctor friend Ben Driscoll (played by Daniel Craig) and his microbiologist colleague, that the space shuttle brought with it what the Center for Disease Control calls a "mysterious flu," and, not-so-coincidentally, Carol's ex-husband, a CDC official, was one of the first infected. Eventually, everyone in the CDC becomes infected with the virus and becomes THEM, and proceed to craft a vaccine which is promoted as protection from the flu. But, of course, in actuality the vaccine continues to spread the virus, turning more and more people into vacuous zombies. Thank you CDC!

Here the movie also presents the audience with a enticing proposition about the benefits to humanity of such an emotion-lobotomizing virus: consent to getting the virus and having world peace or be forever doomed by endless war and conflict. (There is a scene in which Nicole is sitting with others pondering their fate and in the background the TV news is broadcasting miraculous peace accords breaking out in various war-torn parts of the world, including a "let's-all-be-friends" scene between Hugo Chavez and "el diablo" George W. Bush.)

Okay, so here's were it gets good (or depending your understanding of recent history, bad). Guess who comes to the rescue? That's right, the "good guys" from Fort Detrick (the DoD's home of the deadly anthrax Ames strain that was sent conveniently to Tom Daschle's and Pat Leahy's offices [the congressmen who were probably not going to sign the Patriot Act] and terrorized the East Coast shortly after 9/11.) Yes, the military saviors of humanity from Ft. Detrick have discovered humanities hope in the form of the blond messiah child of Nicole Kidman, who has a genetic permutation that gives him immunity from the mind-controlling virus. The DoD guys go to work isolating the permutation and creating an aerosol-based vaccine that will get sprayed over humanity from military helicopters and turn people back to their old neurotic ways and warlike behavior (how convenient for the DoD).

Alas, near the end of the film, Carol rather blandly reflects on a newspaper on a table in which war and chaos are featured prominently in the headlines. We, the audience, wonder if she is thinking that maybe the virus wouldn't have been such a bad idea after all. But, we quickly banish such a thought from our minds. Really the obvious choice is a no-brainer (no pun intended): emotionally retarded but peaceful zombies running the planet or neurotic, emotionally complex, yet bloodthirsty humans in control. We can't but feel a sigh of relief that humanity has been saved by the good guys from the Military Industrial Complex who will ensure that humanity will continue to experience bloodshed and mayhem -- all the stuff that make us truly human -- for the foreseeable future.

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I wrote this piece as both as satire and as a warning. I believe there is a high probability that our next terrorist attack will come in the form of bio-terrorism, and you can bet that it won't be created out of a cave in Afghanistan by a skinny man on a dialysis machine. This hypothesis is based on the theory that a typical false-flag event, like the one we had on 9/11, will not work with a wizened citizenry anymore. Today people in this country are so distrustful of the government that it will make it necessary for the planners of the New World Order to have a fail-safe plan to get Americans [and the world] to give up their freedoms and go along with their agenda. By creating a pandemic where only the military has the vaccine to cure a person it would require that dissenters give up their resistance or face certain death.

If one takes into account all the money going into bio-terrorism research today one cannot but help being scared for humanities future, especially after knowing how the Ft. Detrick's Ames strain was used to kill for such blatant political reasons shortly after 9/11. See ( Also, the Machiavellian Neocons who run America have written their twisted thoughts in their documents, in case you are having a hard time believing this. Here's a quote from their internal document "Rebuilding America's Defenses":

"...advanced forms of biological warfare that can target specific genotypes may transform biological warfare from the realm of terror to a politically useful tool."

You can't get anymore evil than this.

This requires us to spread awareness about this issue and to do whatever we can to stop the illegal and offensive work being done at Fort Detrick and at other bioweapons labs across the U.S. [For evidence that this work is being done for offensive purposes see,

Please spread the word and demand that these installations be closed down.