Thursday, December 18, 2014

The Interview & World Police

It's become clear to many people not just in North America, but around the world that the movie The Interview is being scrubbed.  I posted earlier today my thoughts on that flick.  Now it seems The Powers That Be are going after another movie:  The America: World Police. 

Forget those plans by Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and other theatres to run Team America: World Police in place of The Interview. The Austin-based chain says that Paramount has now decided not to offer South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s 2004 satire that focuses on Kim Jong-il, the late father of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Alamo says that the cancellation at its Dallas theatre is “due to circumstances beyond our control” and says it will offer refunds to those who have already bought tickets. Cleveland’s Capitol Theatre also tweeted that Team America “has been cancelled by Paramount Pictures.”

Some theaters had decided to show that movie in protest against the perceived
threat of North Korea.  Don't get me wrong.  I'm all about standing up to a bully.  But, in their ignorance, they're standing up to the wrong guy. 

Yesterday Sony pulled The Interview, which depicts an assassination of Kim Jong-un, after hackers threatened theaters that showed the film. Working with Sony since the first days of the massive hack in late November, the FBI has established some degree of connection between North Korea and the data breach. Having said that, while the White House today said the investigation is progressing, the Bureau and the Justice Department have not scheduled an announcement yet on the Democratic People’s Republic’s connection to the hacking of Sony, sources tell Deadline.
Deadline’s Dominic Patten contributed to this report

This is what The Powers That Be do.  They create a problem, then a solution, and we all go on our merry way. 

Here's the problem:  North Korea is perceived as a threat to American way of life. 

Here's the solution:  'Merica will cut any diplomatic ties they have with North Korea.  After they get all their people out of the country, and surrounding area, they will move more naval ships, and soldiers into the region.  All the while, creating more threats to The (Father)Homeland, reducing or eliminating more
freedoms along the way.    Once our freedoms have been slowly sliced away, the U.S. will attack North Korea.  Remember 9/11, then Afghanistan, then Iraq?
Remember when you could take bottled water on air planes?  Remember when you didn't have Police Checkpoints showing up in the middle of nowhere, and without reason?  Remember an world without 'carding'?

THAT is what's going to happen. 

After all is said and done, our rights and freedoms will be so destroyed, we won't even remember what they looked like in the first place. 
Remember when The Americans tried to blame the BP oil disaster on North Korea?  That story didn't stick, so now they're going at something everyone pays attention to:  Hollywood.  Who did we end up blaming?  Wait, what happened to that story anyway? 
Don't you see?  We're all being played.  It's time you question 'The Official Story' about everything.  Chances are, you're being lied to. 

Knowledge is Power.  Arm yourself!