[Audiences experience Avatar blues, are depressed because Pandora isn't real.]
This tells me with absolute certainty that the movie AVATAR was created as a propaganda piece. Not only propaganda, but mind altering propaganda. I had heard that the movie was pro-pagan, anti-human, pro-communistic in nature. Now it seems by this article that it's purpose was indeed to make people hate people, and the world we live in. Perfect for the eugenics / depopulation agenda. It seems that James Cameron is a master craftsman in the line of hypnotic mind control. Perhaps the reasoning behind the 3-D glasses?
Crowned One, Revelation Now Forum 31 Comments
[1/25/2010 9:39:29 AM]
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Submitted By: Grigori Yefimovich
Bah, it was okay. I was kind of proud of being one of the few people to not watch it before, eh, watching it. I thought the aliens were a little hippie, but their beliefs like paying respects to their hunted prey are shared by some of the nicer tribes on our planet I believe.
Personally I thought the 3D was unnecessary and didn't add much, apart from stuff like severed tips of fingers at the bottom of the screen flying at you.
Not a fan of almost-human aliens without any explanation either.
1/28/2010 9:06:12 AM
well, maybe next time I pay more atention in these secret messages, this time i was all "Oh my fucking god! it´s a fucking tiger with six legs fighting a mecha!!" i loled this movie
1/29/2010 5:09:46 PM
"Not only propaganda, but mind altering propaganda"
A movie that can get you high.
Far out man
1/30/2010 10:13:01 PM
You have heard? Uh-huh...
2/15/2010 6:26:51 PM
Well I know that the nano-bots that came with each set of 3-D glasses already bored into my skull, so...
Or this Crowned One is actually Steven Spielburg venting his frustrations at not winning as many awards.
3/3/2010 7:20:40 AM
Well, I'm tempted to think this "hypnotic mind control" stuff is closer to the truth than might first appear. I can't think of any other explanation for how this rather ordinary movie became so insanely popular.
It's a good metaphor for how the Hollywood hype machine works. Of course, Tin-Foil Crowned One takes it to a different level entirely.
3/14/2010 8:15:51 AM