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We are LIVING in Two Different Realities

We are LIVING in two different universes, two Different Realities. They are out and about on the street. You see them on television. You could even cast your vote for one of them this coming autumn. You get the impression that these are individuals just like you. You have it all wrong. YOUR Dead WRONG.

There is the world that we see (or are forced to see), and there is also the world that we feel (and sometimes get a peek of). The latter is a world apart from the reality that is driven by propaganda and is generated by the governments and their corporate supporters, including the media.

In point of fact, what the majority of people in the United States and across the globe believe life to be—privileged, progressive, and free—is a far cry from the reality of the situation. In reality, economic inequality is increasing, real goals and actual power are hidden beneath layer upon layer of Orwellian gobbledygook and organizational obfuscation, and “freedom,” such as it is, is doled out in tiny, legalistic doses by militarized police and federal officers armed to the Hilt.

Everything isn’t what it first seems.

There are monstrous beings among us that have human looks. The United States Government employs a significant number of them. Read on, and I will explain in detail.

This is the concept of They Live, a film written and directed by John Carpenter that premiered in November 1988 that continues to be unsettlingly and chillingly relevant to our present society.

Carpenter’s larger body of work is injected with a powerful anti-establishment, and laconic bending which speaks to the filmmaker’s concerns about the unraveling of our societal structure, particularly in our government.

Carpenter is best known for his horror movie Halloween, which implies that there is a type of evil so dark that it can’t be killed. In addition to Halloween, Carpenter is also known for his work on the films The Thing and Escape from New York. Both of these films assume the same point of view.

Carpenter depicts, time and time again, a society that is completely out of reach of reality, a public that is out of touch with the government, technology that has gone wild, and a future that is more horrifying than any future shown in a horror film.

Carpenter portrays fascism as the ideology that would govern the United States in his film Escape from New York.

He assumes that as time goes on, we are all in the process of becoming less human, in his adaptation of the classic science fiction film from 1951 with the same name, The Thing.

The book Christine by Stephen King was adapted into the movie Christine, which is about an automobile that is possessed by a demon and embarks on a homicidal spree. In the movie, the technology demonstrates its own will and mind.

Carpenter writes “knowing the difference between fact and fiction” diminishes as a result of the spread of evil in the world.

Then there is Carpenter’s novel

They Live, in which several migrant laborers make the startling realization that the world is not what it appears to be. In point of fact, extraterrestrial beings, operating in conjunction with a ruling class oligarchy, are the ones who are exercising control over and exploiting the human people. In the meantime, the populace has been hoodwinked into complacency, brainwashed into compliance, inundated with media diversions, and hypnotized by hidden messages transmitted out of television as well as various electronic devices, billboards, and other similar mediums.

Only when the homeless wanderer John Nada, who was performed to perfection by the legendary Roddy Piper, finds a set of doctored shades with Hoffman lenses does Nada see what lurks underneath the false world of the elite: domination and bondage.

When seen through the prism of the truth, the elites, who look human form until their disguises are removed, are exposed as monstrous beings that have enslaved the populace in order to prey upon them.

In a similar vein, billboards often broadcast covert but authoritative messages. For example, in one advertisement, a lady wearing bikini issues the command to viewers to “MARRY AND REPRODUCE.” The words “CONSUME” and “OBEY” are emblazoned over magazine racks. The phrase “THIS IS YOUR GOD” is written in large letters on a bundle of dollar dollars that a merchant is holding in his hand.

When seen through the lenses of Nada Hoffman, a few of the other subliminal things that are being pounded into people’s subconscious involve: NO Unbiased THOUGHT, Comply, SUBMIT, STAY Sleeping, BUY, Watch Television, NO Creativeness, and DO NOT Challenge AUTHORITY. These messages can be seen as part of a larger campaign to instill fear and obedience in the populace.

Anybody who has followed the deterioration of American society is all too acquainted with the brainwashing program that is planned by the establishment.

A populace that is easily managed is one that doesn’t think for itself, that obeys without question, that is obedient, that does not question authority, that does not think beyond the box, and that is willing to sit back and be amused.

In this way, the oblique meaning of They Live gives an appropriate metaphor for our own warped and twisted life vision in the police state. This is what philosopher Slavoj iiek refers to as a dictatorial regime in democracy, “the hidden order that sustains your apparent freedom,” and it is exemplified by the phrase “the invisible order”.

We are being presented with a string of meticulously crafted fiction that has absolutely nothing to do with the world around us.

If you tune out the government’s attempts to distract, divert, and befuddle us and instead tune into what is really happening in this country, you will run headfirst into an unmistakable and unpalatable truth: we are attempting to deal with currently is an authoritarian monster that has overtaken or broken its CHAINS and will not be restrained.

The government is almost unrecognizable from the evil it claims to be battling as a result of its acts of overreach, brutality, viciousness, inhumanity, moral depravity, greed, corruption, debauchery, and tyranny. This is true regardless of whether the evil in question takes the forms of terrorism, mistreatment, disease, narcotics trafficking, sex slavery, murder, violence, theft, pornographic material, scientific experimentation, or some other diabolical means.

The wrongdoing and injustices committed by the government have been allowed to continue for far too long.

We are being presented with a string of meticulously crafted fiction that has absolutely nothing to do with the world around us.

Regardless of the fact, we are 17,600 times quite likely to die from the disease than from a terrorist attack; 11,000 times more probable to die from an airplane accident than from a terrorist plot involving an airplane; 1,048 more likely to die from a car accident than that of a terrorist attack; and 8 times more likely to be murdered by a police officer than by a terrorist, we have given control of our daily life to public officials who treat us as a means to an end—the end being the prevention of terrorist attacks

According to the warning given by the Hooded Man in They Live, “They are demolishing the middle class while it is asleep.” The number of individuals living in poverty continues to rise. They treat us like livestock. We are being groomed for servitude.”

We have allowed ourselves to be fooled and have refused to understand the real situation.

From the minute we are created/born, until the moment we pass away, we are brainwashed into thinking that people in power are looking out for our best interests when they use their authority. The reality is far different.

The people in authority want us to believe that we are in danger from forces that are outside our sphere of influence (terrorists, pandemics, mass shootings, etc.).

They want us to live in fear and be dependent on the government & the army it maintains for our protection and well-being.

They want us to be suspicious of one another, separated by our preconceived notions and fight with one another to the death.

They want us to be controlled, and pacified zombies so that they may continue to impose their will on us and march us in lockstep.

When everything is taken into consideration, the reality of They Live is not all that unlike our own. According to the observations of one of the main characters, “The impoverished and the underclass are expanding.” There is neither racial fairness nor respect for human rights. They have successfully established a society that is oppressive, and we have unwittingly helped them in this endeavor. The elimination of awareness is crucial to their plan to establish absolute power. We have been lured into a trance by their soothing words. They have made us apathetic toward ourselves as well as toward other people. We are simply concerned with maximizing our personal benefit.

Even we are solely concerned with our own preferences, joys, and opportunities for advancement. The size of our underclasses and the underprivileged is likewise increasing. The level of injustice is rising. The gap between rich and poor widens. There is just the barest minimum of regard for human rights. Even we have been put into a trance and have become oblivious to the plight of others.

We have been led to believe, despite our lack of awareness of what lies ahead, that everything will turn out for the best if we just keep buying goods, obeying authority figures, and keeping our faith. However, this has never been the case with newly developing governments. When we finally feel the weight of the hammer falling down upon all of us, it’ll be too late to do anything about it.

So after all of that, where do we stand?

The actors that play the many roles in Carpenter’s films each provide a unique perspective.

They may seem to be macho, but they are still idealists at heart, believing in things like freedom and fair opportunity. They are freedom fighters despite the fact that their ideas put them in direct conflict with the established order and the legal system.

For instance, in the movie “They Live,” when John Nada smashes the alien Hypno-transmitter, he is sending a message to wake people awake and fight for their freedom. “I have come here just to chew bubblegum & kick ass,” Nada announces in a memorable line from the show. And I’ve used up every last piece of bubblegum.”

In other words, we need to become involved in the community and advocate for the causes that really matter.

Pay close attention to what is truly going on in the nation and stop allowing oneself to be easily sidetracked by meaningless political shows.

My book, Battlefield America: The War mostly on American People, as well as its fictional counterpart, The Erik Blair Diaries, both make it clear that the actual fight for control of this country is actually occurring on roadside ditches, in cop cars, on witness stands, over telephone service, in government buildings, in corporate headquarters, in public school hallways or classrooms, in parklands and city council conferences, and in towns and cities all over the United States.

This American police state in all its guises is now blatantly obvious to anybody who cares to look.

Wake up, America.

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