henrymakow.com — June 13, 2018
The Illuminati wish to warp our minds and starve our souls.
We need movies that inform, inspire and entertain us. Now most are agitprop, (Communist i.e. satanist propaganda.) I list 20 movies that fought this trend and paid the price. Are the people already so degraded that they can’t appreciate quality or are these movies being sabotaged?
“We have already contrived to possess the minds of the goy communities…[they are] looking through the spectacles we are setting astride their noses.” (Protocols of Zion, 12)
Updated from 31/10/2012 — by Henry Makow Ph.D.
Movies used to be based on novels. Now they’re based on comic books. Nothing better illustrates the Illuminati goal of infantilizing mankind.
The people of the world and even their governments will be “as children under-age,” The Protocols of Zion said in 1905. (Protocol 15)
Arrested development is just the first step. The Illuminati use TV & the movies to lift us from our mooring in reality into an occult fantasy world. Political and historical truth are suppressed. Instead, the public is fed violence, pornography and the occult, in the guise of horror. Humanity has been inducted into Cabalism, a form of satanism.
As the list below indicates, filmmakers struggle to produce cinematic art. But usually, by some mysterious mechanism, good movies flop making it necessary for artists to sell out to survive.
The Illuminati have succeeded in dumbing us down and corrupting our taste. Many professional critics can no longer recognize quality.
Most of movies below can be found in Netflix. I welcome your suggestions of recent movies (last 25 years) to continue this list.
1. Boogie Woogie (2009) Gross $47,500—- Rotten Tomatoes: critics 36% audience 20%
Boogie Woogie is a brilliant scathing satire of the immoral modern art world in contemporary London. It is based on the book by Danny Moynihan, whose title is based on “Victory Boogie-Woogie”, a Piet Mondrian painting.
The film was produced by Eric Eisner and Leonid Rozhetskin, and directed by Duncan Ward. It stars Gillian Anderson, Alan Cumming, Stellan Skarsgaard, Heather Graham, Danny Huston, Amanda Seyfried and Sir Christopher Lee. (Wiki)
This was Amanda Seyfried’s debut role. London has never looked so good. Danny Huston, right, is superb as the chortling Jewish art dealer. The film debunks modern art as the perverted cutthroat Cabalist Jewish fraud that it is. Excellent acting and production values. (Warning: sexual content)
2. Ned Kelly (2003) Gross $86,000 in US, $6.5 m worldwide RT critics 56% audience 58%