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Sunday, December 23, 2012

"Zero Dark Thirty"-- Prime Hollywood/al-CIA-duh Propaganda

I am kind of torn about these sorts of movies.  I want to boycott them on the one hand, but then I also want to see just how bad and/or blatant they are.  You also never know what kind of subtle clues they might leave at deeper truths, or what kind of bullshit they might put out that non-conspiracy oriented writers will ignore.

Lots of people have been complaining about how the movie implies that torture worked to get info on bin Laden-- even going so far to say that it glorifies torture.  If US Senators are complaining about the torture promoting aspects, you know it has to be bad. 

This also sounds horrible:
As it turns out, the most pernicious propagandistic aspect of this film is not its pro-torture message. It is its overarching, suffocating jingoism. This film has only one perspective of the world - the CIA's - and it uncritically presents it for its entire 2 1/2 hour duration.
All agents of the US government - especially in its intelligence and military agencies - are heroic, noble, self-sacrificing crusaders devoted to stopping The Terrorists; their only sin is all-consuming, sometimes excessive devotion to this task. Almost every Muslim and Arab in the film is a villainous, one-dimensional cartoon figure: dark, seedy, violent, shadowy, menacing, and part of a Terrorist network (the sole exception being a high-level Muslim CIA official, who takes a break from praying to authorize the use of funds to bribe a Kuwaiti official for information; the only good Muslim is found at the CIA).
Other than the last scene in which the bin Laden house is raided, all of the hard-core, bloody violence is carried out by Muslims, with Americans as the victims. The CIA heroine dines at the Islamabad Marriott when it is suddenly blown up; she is shot at outside of a US embassy in Pakistan; she sits on the floor, devastated, after hearing that seven CIA agents, including one of her friends, a "mother of three", has been killed by an Al Qaeda double-agent suicide-bomber at a CIA base in Afghanistan.
In any case, despite all the typical Hollywood official government story and America is awesome bullshit, even those who are complaining in the media about this movie will never get into the bigger lie of al-CIA-duh and that the whole bin Laden raid and death was a hoax.

Layers of lies, layers of truth.


Anonymous AvengerSentinel said...

Thank you for this blog post. I googled "Zero Dark Thirty Psy Ops" and came across this. Nice to see that you are a 9/11 truther as well. I can't believe that other people think that we're crazy because we've pieced the puzzle together and realized that 9/11 was a false flag operation committed by our government, the Mossad, as well as Pakistani and Saudi Arabian intelligence. Looking forward to reading your blog posts, God bless

10:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, thanks for this write up. I was just 10 min into the movie when I paused it to do some research on the film and came across your site after some digging.

I had no idea what the film was going to be about when I started to watch it, just something in the background while I work on the couch. Once I heard the man tied up in the first scene being accused of wiring $5,000 to a 9-11 hijacker, I had to stop. Because I was choking on the spoon fed bullshit being so blatantly forced down my throat by a government controlled producer puppet. Never mind the American who honestly buys that a man would sacrifice so much for a mere $5000, the obvious objective here is to keep the press and general public busy with a discussion about torture long enough to flood web searches and keep people with objective opinions at bay. It seems that is all anyone is talking about in regards to the film. What about the "other" controversy people? I'm a journalist myself. There is no way the white house would ever let hollywood have access to anything they didn't want out in the public. End of discussion. The producers are not investigative journalists even if they are pretending to be one. They just get to sit at the official table because they're able to reach a bigger audience than most journalists. This also means a more packaged message will get delivered to their ears as far as intel goes. Anyways, thanks again for watching this for me, so that I don't have to end up at the same conclusion as you, less two hours of my life wasted.

6:26 AM  

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