House of Cards: Politics in a Time Warp

“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)

by Henry Makow Ph.D. – Feb 25, 2013

Although Plato lived 2400 years ago, his analogy of the cave anticipates the mass media, especially TV and movies. The analogy compares humanity with slaves shackled in a cave. Their reality consists of shadows projected on the wall in front of them from a fire behind.
I attribute my past personal dysfunction to scouring the mass media for truth. Indeed, this was my unconscious motivation for watching movies. I was a slave. The mass media is not there to empower humanity but to keep us enslaved. It trades in distraction, titillation and degradation, not truth.
Netflix spent $100 million to make a 26-part series on US politics, House of Cards
For that money, could they hire writers capable of reflecting what actually goes on?  Of course not.  They spent a fortune buying the rights to a 1991 BBC miniseries and adapted that. This is ten years before 9-11, 3000 miles away.
They think that a ruthless ambitious politician, “Francis Underwood,” played by Kevin Spacey, is all the realism we need. We know politicians are this way. LBJ was complicit in the assassination of JFK.
We also learn that lobbyists purchase influence. Apart from these remarkable facts, House of Cards exists out of place and out of time.
Watching this series, you wouldn’t know that most federal politicians are Freemasons, a satanic secret society, puppets of the international banking cartel, dedicated to Luciferian one world government. They are controlled by AIPAC, the Zionist lobby,  a branch of Freemasonry like Communism, and by the fact many are sex perverts and easily blackmailed.
You wouldn’t know about Oklahoma City, 9-11 and the many other government false flags, the bogus war on terror, the Patriot Act, DHS, the credit crash, gun control, immigration, multiculturalism, and the Judeo Masonic feminist-homosexual agenda.  However. some attention is paid to the effect of the Internet on journalism. 
Don’t get me wrong. There’s enough pretty faces and crisp dialogue to keep us distracted. I watched 12 of the 13 episodes and enjoyed them.


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