Predictive Programing, Propaganda & Social Engineering
Predictive and Other Programming
The concept of Predictive Programming revolves around the notion that fictional media like movies or books serve as a tool for higher-ups to subtly influence the masses, preparing them to accept planned future events.
This notion was first proposed by theorist Alan Watts, who defined predictive programming as
“a subtle form of psychological conditioning provided by the media to acquaint the public with planned societal changes to be implemented by our leaders. If and when these changes are put through, the public will already be familiarized with them and will accept them as natural progressions, thus lessening possible public resistance and commotion.”Alan Watts
Propaganda, in its essence, is a form of communication crafted to sway or persuade an audience towards a specific agenda. It often entails a selective presentation of facts, aiming to evoke emotional rather than rational responses through loaded language or biased information.
Social engineering involves orchestrated efforts from governments, media, academia, or private groups to shape societal attitudes and behaviors on a large scale. Its goal is to mold desired characteristics within a target population through top-down influence.
Recent movies and shows appear to intentionally emphasize divisive themes, particularly regarding race and political affiliations. This deliberate push for division is evident in productions like the Waco aftermath series, portraying the aftermath of the Waco standoff and its impact on American militia movements.
Racism and Division
Hollywood has knack for stirring the pot in one direction. Recent shows and movies are not just entertainment, they’re like blueprints for division. Pushing the whole ‘divide and conquer’ shtick, making it all about race and politics.
Waco aftermath is a Five-part drama series portraying the searing aftermath of the disastrous Waco standoff at the Branch Davidian compound – an event the series claims galvanized American militia movements and helped radicalize Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols.
What the series really seems to do is mimic popular left wing talking points that paint patriotic Americans as domestic terrorists. The series goes to great lengths to push the current narrative as seen in the January 6th show trial, rewriting history with the catch phrase fear mongering scene in today’s media and fascist government.
In The Forever Purge All the rules are broken as a sect of lawless marauders decides that the annual Purge does not stop at daybreak and instead should never end. Similar to the other purge movies the film starts with a single night of zero law across the nation, where people are free to commit any crime, they choose.
This movie however has a very different slant than the previous purge movies, with white Redneck stereotyped people targeting Hispanic illegal immigrants. Once again drawing on the rhetoric of the left, pushing the propaganda that most republican voting individuals in the country are closet racists with violent tendencies just waiting to be unleashed.
Leave The World Behind follows two families caught in the middle of an apocalyptic blackout. The blackout turns out to be caused by a cyber-attack, ultimately crippling society overnight. Yet again the race card is played in this movie, with Julia Roberts character acting terribly to the black owners of the Air-bnb she and her family are staying in.
Then her husband’s character fails to help a hysterical Hispanic woman who stops him while he’s driving, instead speeding off and leaving her in the chaos. By the end of the movie, it is determined that the intent of the cyber-attack was to cause a civil war, if this is predictive programming it is easy to see the real-life parallels where multiple politicians have already come out warning of cyber-attacks. Could they be used to interrupt elections?
Fargo Season 5 sticks with the format of previous seasons for the most part. One thing I did notice however is the antagonist in the form of a constitutional sheriff played by Jon Hamm, seeming to make up the law as he goes even to the point of criminality. This could be interpreted as a character created to denigrate the general idea of a constitutional sheriff, being represented as being of poor character while many constitutional sheriffs are simply looking out for their local citizens in times of a tyrannical government.
This type of Programming and Propaganda is easily noticeable at the national levels, with our current so called presidents pushing much of the same language!
Another avenue programming and propaganda is being pushed through is the concept of technology gone awry, with robots and AI becoming a threat to humanity.
M3gan tells a story about a robotics engineer at a toy company building a life-like doll that begins to take on a life of its own. much like the Terminator series before it this movie could be considered predictive programming aimed at getting people used to the idea of artificial life forms coexisting among us. creating a sense of fear and anticipation of something that is unrolling before our very eyes.
The film illustrates how cell phones, tablets, and every other smart device we know of act as potential players in a doomed future dominated by technology that has been collectively building to an apex. Smart toys are the inevitable companion to smartphones, smart TVs, and smart appliances. Still, the question remains how smart is too smart? Is interconnectivity the bane of AI? In the movie, M3gan takes dangerous leaps in the established knowledge bases through open access to the internet. Would limiting connectivity for AI slow or help safeguard pitfalls of accelerated self-learning?
WifeLike tells a story of and artificial human, Meredith is assigned as a companion to grieving widower William, she is designed to behave like his late wife. However over the course of the movie it turns out that the husband has been abusing the system, and reprogramming his surrogate wife every time she becomes conscience of the fact that she was abducted and forced into the program. This storyline paints a human as the villain and robots as the oppressed and enslaved class
Mission Impossible Dead Reckoning Ethan Hunt and his IMF team must track down a dangerous AI weapon before it falls into the wrong hands. in this movie The AI is set loose on the Internet, mimicking people and altering perceptions of reality. This movie paints a scary background to the possible development and unpredictable release and integration of AI into the world as we know it.
All these movies could aid in preparing the human psyche for the ever evolving technocracy the globalist elite have planned for humanity. The framework which can already be witnessed in China with their social credit score system and frightening classroom surveillance tactics used upon young students.
Woke and Broke
A reflection of pushing woke propaganda can be seen in both Disney and Netflix suffering critical loss in subscriptions. This resulted in both platforms recently “cracked down” on password sharing, in an attempt to mitigate losses that were formerly inconsequential.
In Disney’s series Willow, Twenty years after vanquishing the wicked queen Bavmorda the sorcerer Willow Ufgood leads a group of misfits on a dangerous rescue mission into the unknown. The continued story of Willow included a nonbinary couple within the group of misfits, whether that aspect is the reason for the low viewer rate is undetermined.
A fact that is known for sure though is that the show was so unpopular that Disney took it off its streaming platform within months following the show’s release, a move that did not sit well with the star and team involved with creating the show.
The live action Little Mermaid movie tells a story of a young mermaid who makes a deal with a sea witch to trade her beautiful voice for human legs so she can discover the world above water and impress a prince. While that sounds very similar to the cartoon storyline, details throughout the movie were changed including the skin color of The Little Mermaid. This is not a huge deal, but some critics are also saying the creepy CGI characters throughout the movie made it into less of a kid friendly feature.
Profits vs Propaganda
It seems that no single small group of projects by Disney are to blame, as can be seen in the additional examples seen in the statement below.
If anything is clear from the 2022 slate of releases, should movies contain moral values and not fall back on immoral content, like excessive violence and sex, they soar.
One example is Paramount’s TOP GUN: MAVERICK, which became the highest grossest movie ever released by the studio in a year that many considered a throw-away in terms of box office revenue.
As Movieguide®’s review of MAVERICK notes, the movie championed moral themes such as sacrifice and patriotism, and kept immorality to a minimum.
In contrast, Paramount’s grossly immoral BABYLON, which boasted a cast of A-list actors, bombed.
Unfortunately, it was not only the movies geared towards adult audiences that suffered due to a misjudgment of what audiences want to see on screen.
Walt Disney Studios’ STRANGE WORLD and LIGHTYEAR both are now expected to lose the company $100M each, Variety reported.
However, it was not due to a lack of willing families, but rather Disney’s recent obsession with sexuality over story.
MINIONS: RISE OF GRU, which was the only animated feature to break into the top ten highest grossing movies in 2022, proves that families were willing show up to theaters, so long as they strayed away from adult topics like sexuality.
Both LIGHTYEAR and STRANGE WORLD contained LGBTQ+ characters that the studio hoped would hold up weak stories, but ultimately ostracized their largest audience.
Now, the woke brigade’s also taking hits. Disney and Netflix felt the pinch when they lost subscribers. They were pushing their woke agendas a bit too hard, and the audience said, “Nope!” So, what’d they do? Some speculate that Disney has forgot that they are making products for the parents and not the kids.
The parents spend the money on the products, the kids do not. Perhaps this is the reason why Disney Netflix and some other streaming platforms have seen lower rates of Subscription. Hollywood’s not just about lights, cameras, action. It’s about the government’s mind games, propaganda parties, and engineering our brains.