They don’t think you know how to use them anymore
Another one of my sacred cows got tipped this week. Yep. I saw a YouTube vid about Stanley Kubrick’s widow discussing how Stanley was enlisted to help fake the moon landing. I’m including it at the end of this blog so you can take a gander for yourself. I’ll tell you now though that it, along with some other evidence from an article the link to which you will also find at the end of this blog, is pretty convincing.
Now I did see Wag the Dog, so I know how this sort of scam works, at least in theory. If true, and I think it likely is, this explains some of Stanley’s cynicism and hatred for the elite controllers which is quite evident in Eyes Wide Shut, and even somewhat evident in his portrayal of the debauchery of the elite ghosts in The Shining. Sure, Stephen King (who is alleged by Alex Jones to be a Lover of Truth) wrote most of those ideas into the story, but Stanley managed to bring them to life so very well.
Why would we believe such a thing, and how would they know we would believe?
Sometimes the strength of a person or of a people can be exploited as a weakness. Fellow Bible grippers will know the story of Balaam and Balak. The most often told story regarding Balaam has to do with the fact that his ass (his ride, not his butt) spoke to him to warn him, which is pretty cool, no? But probably the most significant thing Balaam did was to tell Balak, a king who wanted to neutralize Israel as a threat, what the source of Israel’s strength was, in a similar way to that by which Delilah revealed Samson’s strength and potential weakness.
Here’s the passage as you can find it in Numbers 23 in the King James Bible (not because I’m one of those crazed King James only people, but because in this case this translation reveals some subtle truths more clearly):
19God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he said, and shall he not do it? or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good?
20Behold, I have received commandment to bless: and he hath blessed; and I cannot reverse it.
21He hath not beheld iniquity in Jacob, neither hath he seen perverseness in Israel: the LORD his God is with him, and the shout of a king is among them.
The strength that could be exploited and changed to a weakness was the fact that God had not seen iniquity in Jacob. So Balak figured out a way to plant iniquity and perversion in Jacob, so God’s blessing would no longer protect them. You can read the rest of the story for yourself, but suffice it for me to write that iniquity was seeded and took root, and a plague broke out among the people.
We are under a different covenant now, and because God took all his anger toward our iniquity out on Jesus, we no longer need to fear a plague as punishment for sin.
However, we still have strengths that can be exploited. As a nation, in the 60s and 70s, we believed in ourselves and in our technology. We believed we had the ability to do marvelous things. And we were trusting. We believed our government had almost single-handedly delivered the world from the Nazis (who in truth were simply transplanted here for a new start with Operation Paperclip, but that’s another story), and we were confident that we were the good guys. The people running our government were the good guys too. Our strengths that became our weaknesses were our belief in ourselves and our trust in our government.
So it was easy to scam us: collect money to do some great thing, pocket most of the money, and make it look like some great thing was done. Meanwhile the resources of NASA could be used to create mind controlled robots like Cathy OBrien, Bryce Taylor and their peers, and to develop technology to support other black ops to serve the cause of world domination.
Also, maybe to build a base on mars, which some people believe has been accomplished. I’m not convinced of that. You can Google it for yourselves.
There is so much disinfo disseminated by our government and mainstream media that it can be difficult to determine what is real. You know, come to think of it, you had better see about getting your brains back from the hat check girl and rejuvenating them through use. I think you’re gonna need them after all.
As promised, the link to the article, and, below it, the vid: