If you were beginning to think society was headed back to the way things used to be, think again, and live it up as much as you can right now because things are about to get a lot worse. Let go of the old world that you took for granted. It’s never coming back.
We are headed for lockdown 2.0, which I knew was coming but still had some hope of more people waking up to the lies and fear mongering we are being fed everyday. That hope was crushed once I saw a preview for an upcoming movie entitled ‘Songbird,’ about, you guessed it, a lockdown, with some thriller and romance added to it. But the story is irrelevant. It’s solely the fact that this movie was made and is being released that infuriates me.
It’s known as ‘predicted programming,’ and has been quietly conditioning us for a long time. The globalist, technocratic elite have been using the Hollywood film industry since the birth of cinema not just for our entertainment but for entrainment. I believe there is an unspoken universal law that one will always reveal to another what he intends to do if enough attention is paid. The elite love using movies for such purposes.
What preemptive, or predictive programming does is prepares the subconscious to be familiar with what is being planned for the future so it doesn’t come as such a shock when it happens, thus causing less resistance.
For example, if we take a look at movies and tv series back before the “pandemic,” there were many films predicting what is occurring today and what is to come:
‘Virus,’ released in 2019, was a fictional story based on the true events surrounding the Nipah outbreak in India. Before that, there was ‘Pandemic’ in 2016, ’93 Days’ the same year, ‘The Last Days’ and ‘Flu’ in 2013, ‘Contagion’ in 2011, ‘Carriers’ in 2004, ’28 Days Later’ in 2002, and ‘Outbreak’ in 1995, to name a few. Not to mention, The Walking Dead series and Fear the Walking Dead.
Before we saw people rioting in the streets, destroying cities, we had a preview of all this in 2019’s controversial ‘Joker,’ directed by Todd Phillip’s, who is notorious for this. This was the movie of the century, not only with its impeccable acting and ominous tone, but for its reflection of what is occurring with society of today. Along with the flawed healthcare system and influence of big Pharma companies drugging the masses, in the end it shows a city on fire with Antifa-like rioters cheering for a murdering psychopath. Joker becomes the prime example of today’s social justice warrior, with his murderous and violent ways to oppose violence and oppression. But this wasn’t director Todd Phillips’ first revealing film. In his film ‘Batman Begins,’ not only do we see biochemical warfare and a shadow elite group, but in one scene, a map is shown. If you look closely, a city called “Sandy Hook” is circled. Note that this film was released before the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary.
Another hidden gem like this can be found in the first Matrix film, when Neo is first captured and interrogated by Agent Smith. If you look close enough at Mr. Anderson’s license, it expires on September 11, 2001. Weird how this movie was released just two years prior to that infamous day.
In the 1980s, the idea of a global system of computer networks was unheard of to the public, unless you were involved within the military industrial complex or the company that had created it, ARPANET, now known as DARPA. Yet, a movie was released, followed by many sequels and prequels, that could very possibly be a projection of DARPA engineers who foresaw the potential dangers of a sentient, or self-aware, artificial intelligence. After the recent advances in computers and technology, The Terminator series was this warning.
How could a truck driver from Canada, with no film directing experience, move to Hollywood and produce such a massive Blockbuster hit, without much needed connections, as his first film? Before his breakthrough and first film ‘The Terminator,’ director James Cameron had only worked on a few minor projects and was a friend of Roger Corman. This is still not enough for Hollywood film studios to take on a project from an unknown. With his father being an electrical engineer, one brother involved in aerospace engineering, and the other a military adviser, it wouldn’t be a stretch to say that James Cameron had been privy to what ARPANET was to release upon the world.
After his first film ranked in $78 million worldwide, Cameron went on to direct other huge Blockbusters such as ‘Aliens,’ ‘The Abyss,’ ‘Terminator 2: Judgement Day,’ ‘Titanic,’ and ‘Avatar.” I also find it laughably suspicious that he had applied for American citizenship in 2004, but withdrew his application after George W. Bush won the presidential election. James Cameron is certainly not the only director known for revealing such esoteric ideas and occurrences in the industry.
Back in 2011, a series of warnings were displayed as a series on Netflix until 2019. It was called “Black Mirror,” named after the dark screen of our TVs and ‘SMART’ devices. Each episode focuses on technologies in the not too distant future and how people interact with it, usually to a terrifying and devastating aftermath. Many of these futuristic technologies are already being used by the public today.
In the first episode of “Black Mirror,” the Prime Minister of the UK is blackmailed into performing sexual acts with a pig. The bizarre thing about it was how the show’s producers were able to predict that pig-related allegations would befall Prime Minister David Cameron the following year.
As the Daily Mail reports, an anonymous claim accused Cameron of allegedly performing certain actions with the head of a dead pig during a college initiation ceremony.
Many science-fiction films that have either become a reality today or can be seen happening in the near future, were originally written by the infamous Philip K. Dick (Total Recall, Minority Report, Blade Runner, The Adjustment Bureau, Screamers, A Scanner Darkly, Man in the High Castle, Electric Dreams). If you don’t know about Philip K. Dick, I highly suggest looking into him, his surreal life, and his metaphysical themes, such as us living within a simulation.
There are many film directors who use their medium to warn or inform the masses of what is either happening or what is about to come. However, there is no better director known for this better than the legendary Stanley Kubrick. Many of his films, if not all, do exactly that—‘2001: A Space Odyssey,’ ‘Lolita,’ ‘A Clockwork Orange,’ ‘The Shining,’ ‘Full Metal Jacket,’ and his last and, in my opinion, best film after ‘2001,’ ‘Eyes Wide Shut.’ I could go into detail about the hidden themes of each of these movies and what they each represent, but that’s for another time. If you’re interested, I highly recommend Googling “Jay Weidner and Kubrick.”
That’s a brief explanation on how predictive programming is used in the film industry. This new movie ‘Songbird’ is the next in showing us what is to come. With flu-deaths being labeled as Covid deaths, and the flu always returning in Winter, it is inevitable that another lockdown is coming. And according to this movie, it’s not going to be pretty. More draconian regulations and measures will be implemented, which will bring more fear.
The corporate elitist fuckheads can’t do anything without our collective consent. Which is given everytime you click ‘Agree’ to an update on your phone. The same consent is given when you choose to watch one of their films. Once a vast number of people have viewed it, it becomes part of our collective human psyche, where it can easily be manifested into reality. (Our words and thoughts are forms of energy, and with enough thought and action, they can manifest into our lives. For more on this, look at Dr. Emoto’s research with watered ice crystals.)
*For more on Predictive Programming, check out Jay Dyer’s Esoteric Hollywood, and anything from Jay Weidner.
The U.K. has already begun their lockdown 2.0, as well as some northeastern cities in the US. With temperatures already being as low as they are, winter isn’t coming—
…it’s already here.
Don’t succumb to media-driven fear, nor do anything asked of you that you don’t feel is right. I wish the very best for humanity; at least, for those who deserve it.