“The Grey” – Luciferian Movie Not About Masculinity

by Aspen – henrymakow.com June 18, 2012

Far from an affirmation of masculinity, “The Grey” is typical Cabalistic negation of God and assertion of the Illuminati right to rule.
The Grey is the Illuminati pinnacle of Liam Neeson’s film career.
There is one scene, near to the Kabbalistic finale of the film, which delivers the first central messages of the film.
In this scene, Neeson’s character, Ottway, is lying on his back, on a  snowbank looking up at the sky, and appealing to God for help. Ottway is an atheist, but he gives God one final chance.
Ottway has been through living hell. His wife is dead from disease; hence his atheism. He has survived both his own suicidal tendencies and then a plane crash in the Alaskan wilderness, only then to be forced to lead a tattered band of ignorant fools as wolves pick them off one by one.
In this penultimate scene, Ottway looks up at the sky and challenges God.  [To paraphrase],
“Okay, I’m CALLING on you. Do something. Do anything. I swear to you, if you do something, I will believe in you forever.”
He waits.
“I’m giving you the chance. DO SOMETHING.”
The wind blows; the trees shake.
“Fuck it,” Ottway says, “I’ll do it myself.”
By this time, everyone else in the film is dead. Most died in the plane crash. One of the survivors got his throat ripped out by circling wolves, because he ignored Ottway’s basic advice.
Another, a fat black man, died of oxygen deprivation. Another died because he was half-blind and lost his glasses; he couldn’t SEE.
One was picked off because he couldn’t keep up. One chose to lay himself down and let the wolves come to him. The last one drowned when he lost his footing in a river.

GOD IS REMOTE

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