Q27 — Name Two Movies That Really Changed Your Life (Hopefully For The Better)

While “The Matrix” trilogy would probably be the choice of a majority, I have a serious objection to this movie. There are better ones that describe the real Matrix and the rules of its monstrous implementation…

“The Matrix” is a movie about one specific Matrix — a Zionist one. And it has two main aims: 1. Public announcement that the Matrix exists; and 2. That the Matrix is indestructible. All your sacrifices to destroy its one incarnation are in vain, because immediately after, the new one will be formed.

The first statement is correct, the second isn’t. And there’s another thing — people are usually dazzled with the special effects of that movie, so much so that they easily miss the key points. There are movies that had revealed the construction and workings of a true Matrix long before “The Matrix” movie, without the special effects.

Therefore, I’m going to give you a pair of movies several times, and leave you the choice.

For example, one of the great movies that shows how big finance is controlling society through media is a 1941 classic movie “Citizen Kane” by Orson Welles.

“Really Charles, people will think…” — “What I tell them to think!”

Thirty-five years later, you can see Ned Beatty's speech, written by Paddy Chayefsky for the fantastic movie “Network” (1976) by Sidney Lumet — “It is the international system of currency which determines the totality of life on this planet. That is the natural order of things today.”:

That is what the Bitcoin (hopefully with a little help of SNAX) is going to change in order to secure survival of mankind. And that survival is directly endangered by capitalism, which worst phase starts with the illusion that absolute control is possible. Rise of that idea and creation of a Nazi world is stupendously well described in a movie “Cabaret” (1972) by Bob Fosse:

The other movie in this pair is a vivid futuristic projection of such Nazi world to the inevitable ending, portrayed in the “Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb” (1964) directed by brilliant Stanley Kubrick:

All of the movies Stanley Kubrick has made can forever change your perception of the World, and especially interesting was his last movie “Eyes wide shut” (1999). It is a story about the parallel underworld which exists out of reach of “common sheeple”…

That kind of Matrix can exist only through merciless propaganda combined with brute force and a subtle techniques of changing sheeple’s minds so to accept totally unnatural situation as normal. As long as “soft force” works, you have the upside down world like in the movies of Luis Buñuel, “The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie” (1972) or “The Phantom of Liberty” (1974)…

The last resort of Matrix — brute force — you will find in an excellent movie made by the famous book of George Orwell “1984” (1984) by Michael Radford…

We are still waiting a movie about the true destruction of the Matrix. And I guess it will be Bitcoin or SNAX funded…


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