3 Movies about the (NWO) New World Order
Things that make you go hmmm...
The three movies I want to discuss are: The Matrix, The Manchurian Candidate and the newly released movie “Inception”. Each of these movies reveals aspects of the New World Order in their own unique way, touching on areas that are hints to the mysterious hidden world that governs our lives everyday.
The Manchurian Candidate
The Manchurian Candidate describes a situation in which an average man could carry out an assassination without knowing what he was doing. This movie describes to a T, what victims of the CIA contrived plan called MK Ultra have encountered. MK Ultra is a type of mind control. It involves torturing people, usually young children, until their personalities split. Once the personality is split the torturers are able to control theses hapless subjects and teach them to do whatever they want them to do. Some have testified that they have been sex slaves, some tell of political assassinations, others of spying. The benefit to their controllers is that if one of them is caught the other personality has no recollection of what another personality has done, therefore they cannot give any secrets up.
The second movie is “The Matrix”. The Matrix describes a real world and a “fake world attained by taking either the red pill for the real world or the blue pill to remain blissfully ignorant in the fake world. The hero of the story Neo takes the red pill. He is thrust into the real world where all is bleak and where humans are manipulated and harvested by an evil elite group. Do I really need to explain this?
This movie does a very good job of explaining how two worlds can co-exists without the blissfully ignorant world every knowing what is going on. This movie epitomizes the saying that there are none so enslaved as those who think they are free!
The last movie “Inception” is about a man named Dom Cobb, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, who is able to delve into people's dreams and steal secrets. The main plot of the movie involves him working for the CEO of a corporation. The CEO of this corporation wants Cobb to implant an idea into the CEO's rival to split up his corporation so that he will be able to topple his empire. The rival, of course, would be against this idea as it would ruin him, so the mission is to delve deep enough into his dreams or his unconscious mind so that he thinks that the split is a good idea because his father (who is dying) doesn't want him to become a corporate hack like he was. The movie reveals the technology called H.A.A.R.P which is able to implant thoughts into people's heads through brain waves.
It's not unusual that the NWO allows information to be given out ahead of time in the form of books or now in movies. They have been doing this for quite some time now, just take a look at Orwell's "1984" or Alex Huxley's Brave New World. These movies that I mention are just a few of the movies out there that reveal how the New World Order works.
Now you know!
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