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Friday, July 29, 2011


Predictive Programming: Captain America 

Blockbuster scripts attack on Norway before it 


July 24, 2011 by   
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We have seen it before… Movies, and pop culture eerily “predicting” world events BEFORE they actually happen. This is generally regarded with a wary eye, and chalked up as “coincidence” – BUT what if something more sinister were occurring? Could billion dollar film, record, or book companies be preparing us for a designated ‘reaction’ before being faced by an actual “problem” – OR… Is there some weird algorithm that finds its way subconsciously through these mediums?
Inquiring minds want to know…
I have not yet gone to see “Captain America”, but the film has already raked in over 100 million bucks, while incidentally being hailed by God, and Country U.S. patriots as, well… Unpatriotic. (The name change for foreign release is particularly bothersome to many, as the ‘America’ was dropped in some countries who don’t see the USA in quite the same loving light as those promoting her valiance. Also – as I mention below… The film is not as America Rah Rah as some would have hoped)
Though I have not seen it, my webmistress Kristin has, and she called it to my attention. (we have heard that the movie opens to an attack on Norway by “Nazi sympathizers”.) Its tough not to notice the Aryan appearance and political leanings of alleged shooter/bomber Anders Behring Breivik.
This is a note from one review posted online:
Eviler-than-thou Johann Schmidt aka “The Red Skull” (alter egos abound!) is Captain America’s nemesis. In a fresh antagonist-twist, Schmidt decides he’s greater than Hitler and quests after his own world domination. Schmidt is played to the teeth (he has great teeth) by Hugo Weaving (remember creepy Agent Smith in “The Matrix”? He’s also “V”–whose face we never see–in “V is for Vendetta,” AND the voice of Megatron in “Transformers”!)
For all the red, white, and blue splattered everywhere, and the moniker “Captain America,” the “rah, rah, USA!” factor is played way down. The war effort is clearly an international affair with Brits and Frenchmen (ya know, Like in Libya now), and the Americans include various nationalities, with a special nod to Japanese-Americans.
-Norway is the fitting locale for the secret hiding place of a powerful force (riffing off nuclear power, no doubt). In reality, during WWII, the Nazis were trying to develop an atomic bomb in Norway. Of course, it takes time, and they were at the heavy water stage or something, but it was foiled by some heroic Norwegians, several of whom lost their lives in the process, first by breaking into Nazi labs, and then by sinking a ferry containing important bomb-making components, forcing the Nazis to scrap the whole program as their fortunes turned in the War.
I will leave it to you to add your OWN reviews here.
So… What IS predictive Programming?
Predictive programming is a subtle form of psychological conditioning provided by the media to acquaint the public with planned societal changes to be implemented by TPTB (The Powers That Be). If and when these changes are put through, the public will already be familiarized with them and will accept them as ‘natural progressions’, as Alan Watt(*) calls it; thus lessening any possible public resistance and commotion. Predictive programming therefore may be considered as a veiled form of preemptive mass manipulation or mind control, courtesy of our puppet masters.
I know, I know… Real tin foil hat stuff right? I guess if you are close minded its best to just quit reading here. But, if you are looking for potential explanations for why the public at large seem so “predictable” and so easily manipulated to follow the leader right off a cliff… Then you must consider the effect the media can have on the psyches of the men, women, and children who consume it.
Past instances of potential “predictive programming”
1) X – Files Lone Gunman (Pilot debut) FOX: First aired on March 4, 2001. The plot envisioned the US Government hijacking a plane and crashing it into the World Trade Center.
2) The MatrixNeo (the One) is born on 9.11 (subtle we know
For the sake of time here is a list and links to many more instances of “predictive programming” that has either come true after the fact or is projected into the future:
This is a list of the seminal thought experiments put to film which have been instrumental in offering an apparently dystopian world where one’s first, human, reaction is “no one would accept that.” After the concept has been introduced, politicians and media-spin work in concert to say, “It won’t be like science fiction; it will benefit mankind.” Look at the following movie themes, then look around at what has already been accepted as “normal.”
THX 1138 (mandatory mind altering drugs to control a slave population -1971)
Soylent Green (overpopulation and Elite control -1973)
Wicker Man (Elite control over the population -1974)
Logan’s Run (population control via computer – 1975)
Network (Corporate Media control – 1976)
Brainstorm (transmitting the mind across a computer network – 1983)
Robocop (militarization of police – 1987)
They Live (mind control and data collection – 1988)
Johnny Mnemonic (data as a commodity – 1995)
Gattaca (genetic code as a commodity – 1997)
Devil’s Advocate (legislative control over society – 1997)
Eyes Wide Shut (rituals of the Elite – 1999)
Swordfish (government sanctioned crime to combat terrorism – 2001)
24 (good guys use torture to get information from terrorists – 2001)
Minority Report (high-tech police state using biometrics and “pre-crime” – 2002)
The Experiment (dynamic of prison abuse – 2002)
Control Factor (mind control through scientific dictatorship – 2003)
Jericho (factions within U.S. government set of a nuke false flag – 2006)
I Am Legend (benevolence of scientific intentions, martial law, and vaccines as the cure – 2007)
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1) Nineteen Eighty-Four (mostly written 1984) is a 1948 dystopian fiction written by George Orwell about a society ruled by an oligarchical dictatorship.
The Oceanian (See UN territories to discover that these terms are now being used for real) province of Airstrip One is a world of perpetual war, pervasive government surveillance, and incessant public mind control. Oceania is ruled by a political party called simply The Party. The individual is always subordinated to the state, and it is in part this philosophy which allows the Party to manipulate and control humanity. In the Ministry of Truth, protagonist Winston Smith is a civil servant responsible for perpetuating the Party’s propaganda by revising historical records to render the Party omniscient and always correct, yet his meager existence disillusions him to the point of seeking rebellion against Big Brother.
2) Brave New World is Aldous Huxley’s fifth novel, written in 1931 and published in 1932. Set in London of AD 2540 (632 A.F. in the book), the novel anticipates developments in reproductive technology and sleep-learning that combine to change society. –
The vast majority of the population is unified under The World State, an eternally peaceful, stable global society in which goods and resources are plentiful (because the population is permanently limited to no more than two billion people) and everyone is happy. Natural reproduction has been done away with and children are created, ‘decanted’ and raised in Hatcheries and Conditioning Centres, where they are divided into five castes (which are further split into ‘Plus’ and ‘Minus’ members) and designed to fulfill predetermined positions within the social and economic strata of the World State.
To maintain the World State’s Command Economy for the indefinite future, all citizens are conditioned from birth to value consumption with such platitudes as “spending is better than mending,” i.e., buy a new one instead of fixing the old one, because constant consumption, and near-universal employment to meet society’s material demands, is the bedrock of economic and social stability for the World State. Beyond providing social engagement and distraction in the material realm of work or play, the need for transcendence, solitude and spiritual communion is addressed with the ubiquitous availability and universally endorsed consumption of the drug soma. Soma is an allusion to a mythical drink of the same name consumed by ancient Indo-Aryans. In the book, soma is a hallucinogen that takes users on enjoyable, hangover-free “holidays”, developed by the World State to provide such inner-directed personal experiences within the socially managed context of State-run ‘religious’ organizations, social clubs, and the hypnopaedically inculcated affinity to the State-produced drug as a self-medicating comfort mechanism in the face of stress or discomfort, thereby eliminating the need for religion or other personal allegiances outside or beyond the World State.
It is interesting… As noted in Huxley’s sequel ‘Brave New World Order Revisited’ – That Adlous’ brother was one Julian Huxley, the first head of the UN social / education arm UNESCO. Aldous called this a full on eugenics dept of world government! – Also The grandfather of Aldous and Julian was the father of ‘social Darwinism’ – Adrian Desmond Huxley (also called the Devil’s disciple, and Evolution’s high Priest!)
Aldous Huxley coincidentally died on November 22nd 1963 (JFK’s death day) For obvious reasons it went unnoticed.
3) General Works of William S. Burroughs:
Most of this founding beat writer’s quotes are now 40 – 50 years old. William’s Grandfather invented the adding machine, and the family had access to many elites and their “philosophies”
Here are a few of my favorite Burrough’s isms:
“A functioning police state needs no police.”
“After a shooting spree, they always want to take the guns away from the people who didn’t do it. I sure as hell wouldn’t want to live in a society where the only people allowed guns are the police and the military.”
“Anything that can be done chemically can be done by other means.”
“Artists to my mind are the real architects of change, and not the political legislators who implement change after the fact.”
“The aim of education is the knowledge, not of facts, but of values.”
“There is simply no room left for ‘freedom from the tyranny of government’ since city dwellers depend on it for food, power, water, transportation, protection, and welfare.”
“The end result of complete cellular respiration is cancer. Democracy is cancerous, and bureaus are its cancer. A bureau takes root anywhere in the state, turns malignant like the Narcotic Bureau, and grows and grows, always reproducing more of its own kind, until it chokes the host if not controlled or excised. Bureaus cannot live without a host, being true parasitic organisms. (A cooperative on the other hand can live without the state. That is the road to follow. The building up of independent units to meet needs of the people who participate in the functioning of the unit. A bureau operates on opposite principles of inventing needs to justify its existence.) Bureaucracy is wrong as a cancer, a turning away from the human evolutionary direction of infinite potentials and differentiation and independent spontaneous action to the complete parasitism of a virus. (It is thought that the virus is a degeneration from more complex life-form. It may at one time have been capable of independent life. Now has fallen to the borderline between living and dead matter. It can exhibit living qualities only in a host, by using the life of another — the renunciation of life itself, a falling towards inorganic, inflexible machine, towards dead matter.) Bureaus die when the structure of the state collapse. They are as helpless and unfit for independent existence as a displaced tapeworm, or a virus that has killed the host.”
Whether one likes Burroughs himself, his work and books and public image, and whatever messages he conveyed in so many different mediums, if you read his work closely and understand the point of view behind it it’s hard to not come to the conclusion that William S. Burroughs knew things that most other humans didn’t, was aware of the repeating patterns behind mass movements and human nature and was way ahead of his time. What was (and probably still is) viewed as paranoid, misanthropic, far-fetched and deeply depressing can now be seen as prescient, visionary, and uncomfortably dead on. His beliefs about group think/mass psychology, the insidiousness of the mass media, the terrors of technology gone wild, the destruction of the natural world and the native people in it and any number of things that touched on science, medicine, psychology, literature, history, man/machine interface and human nature have often proven to be distressingly true. We are not only still catching up with Burroughs, but we may well do ourselves in from sheer neglect, denial and stubbornness before we ever really do catch up with him. Which, if course, he could have (and probably did) predict, anyway.
The other side of this coin can be dubbed: Confirmation Programming – which instead of predicting events, it confirms them.
Best example of this might be ‘Long Kiss Goodnight’ – in which the bad guy justifies bombing the WTC in 93, blaming it on Muslims, to get funding for future ops. This film was produced just a few years after the actual event, which was indeed an FBI sting op (set up) gone “wrong".
So – all of this begs the question… Does life imitate art, or does art imitate life? Ahhh... The age old question.
As for me, I will be keeping my 3rd eye open along with my mind, looking for clues that will lead us out of this evolving global dystopian gulag system.

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