by William Skink
Are you stuck in old ways of thinking, like assuming movies are made to “entertain” you? Well, thanks to the pandemic, enjoyable diversions from reality once known as “movies” have become just another node in the tightening control grid of our lives.
Michael Bey’s upcoming movie Songbird sounds like a terrible, traumatizing experience for anyone not excited about our new LOCKDOWN world. Set just four years in the future, as a mutated strain of Covid-19, called Covid-23, ravages the land, this “movie” is the farthest thing from “entertainment” I can imagine.
And I’m not the only one thinking this. Here’s an excerpt from an early review:
In another context, Songbird does look entertaining, but it does not look like it’s opening up a valuable conversation. It looks like it exists just to add extremes and shock value to an already traumatizing collective experience we’re all still processing on a daily basis. For someone to jump two years into the future using the actual events happening now as a reference point is not creative or interesting. It’s merciless and cold. Imagine literally any other traumatizing world event doing this while we were in the thick of it. If we were in the thick of World War II, do you think we would want to see an imagined circumstance where it got worse? No, that’s why musicals and cartoons started to get super popular back then.
I want to have this material because I’m NOT a coincidence theorist who can just write this shit off as NOT being of serious significance.
The anointed myth makers and storytellers have been very busy with their
entertainment predictive programming, but since the hour is late to implement their agenda, the subtlety is totally gone. It’s very IN YOUR FACE now.
The idea of predictive programming comes form Alan Watt. Here is a quote ascribed to Watt about this phenomena:
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 our leaders. If and when these changes are put through, the public will already be familiarized with them and will accept them as natural progressions, thus lessening possible public resistance and commotion.
Maybe you think this is silly and that there is nothing for the public to resist. If that is your viewpoint, you must also think politicians are honest, corporations have your best interests in mind, and no one would ever exploit a health crisis to grab more power for themselves and the powerful death cults they represent.
For those who haven’t given up–meekly accepting lockdown life until Bill Gates shows up with his smart needles–now is the time to educate yourself and prepare.
Like I have said before, this is a marathon, so act accordingly.