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They told us; keep telling us

Last night we watched the 1996 movie Wag The Dog (1997). Some sources call it a comedy while others call it political satire. Both of those miss the mark. It is as real as anything that happens in front of us today, and tells us all we need to know about how politics and social engineering work nowadays.

Sometimes they simply tell us the truth… and laugh as we refuse to take it seriously.

The use of blue screens, green screens, holograms and computer-aided video editing can make darn-near anything real enough for their intended audiences.

We got this video in our normal way by ordering online through the Darby library and picking it up when their ‘pony express’ network of librarians delivered to ours.

Sometimes we go ahead and buy when we cannot find a movie we are seeking or want to support the producers. The Matrix (1999) is one of those. There, too, they put the truth right in front of us.

They use illusions on their war against us all the time, having told us repeatedly that their disinformation program will be considered successful when nothing we believe is actually true.


I think there will be a really big thing, bigger than any so far, consisting on the usual sources of misinformation in conjunction with some really impressive illusions. Be ready to ramp up your disbelief to master levels.

The two movies here are in the ‘must see’ category. If you have not recently watched, now is a good time to refresh their messages.


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