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article imageReview: Captain America vs the New World Order Special

By Ruth Hull     Apr 14, 2014 in Entertainment
If you can't say it in non-fiction, say it in a movie. "Captain America: the Winter Soldier," a fictional (?) movie puts the blame for America's greatest catastrophes of the last 70 years square on the back of a secret U.S. government agency.
The Winter Soldier references fear-inducing American tragedies to present the idea that a secret U. S. Government agency has created terrorist attacks and disasters at home for the purpose of creating fear. Why? (1) So Americans will elevate security above freedom and ((2) so it can launch a weapons system that will threaten the life of everyone in America likely to get out of line. After all, isn't security the solution to fear? Isn't that why our government gave away our freedom under the PATRIOT Act and the NDAA? Don't you feel safer with the government reading your emails and reviewing your library records?
The movie goes through a history of America from Operation Paperclip through MK Ultra to a quick paced projection of recent fear-creating events personally designed for your terror by HYDRA, operating through the secret government agency S.H.I.E.L.D. The creation of chaos and fear and the supposed need to remedy the problem with security is about to result in more than FEMA concentration camps. With Hydra's new Operation Insight. the powers that control the U.S. Government will be able to spy on your every word and immediately shoot any of your children who get the bright idea to create an honest government.
Viewers could walk straight out of 9/11 Truth documentaries and into the Winter Soldier movie theaters and have to double check their movie tickets to comprehend that this isn't a documentary. But the costumes (particularly Falcon's outfit) give away the fact that this is purely fiction - or is it? Former NSA system analyst Edward Snowden could have written this himself. One has to wonder if an advanced screening was sent to his new home in Russia. I wonder how seriously Vladimir Putin took this movie. Maybe his people will come up with an Operation Insight of their own. Will there be any blue skies left? If the crazies running our world control the skies, no wonder certain government figures are reportedly digging tunnels underground.
Leading the crew of nasty-nasties is America's favorite wildlife-protector Robert Redford, who is superb as the power-hungry villain Alexander Goodwin Pierce. Leave it to Robert Redford to bring a movie to number one and prove he still has what it takes to reign at the box office.
Whether you believe the U.S. Government is your forthright and honest best friend or are one of those are questioning 9/11, Sandy Hook or worried about the Bilderbergs, the Military Industrial Complex, the International Monetary Fund, the NSA, the NWO or the bad acting of Robbie Parker, this movie is lots of fun and gets a triple A plus for action. Robert Redford and Sam Jackson are still sexy. Chis Evans, Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan also put in great performances. Cobie Smulders has never looked better. Guys will also like Scarlett Johansson and Emily VanCamp. In other words, viewers have a lot of reasons to see this movie.
And if thoughts about the NWO or Hydra keep you awake, check out these documentaries -- or rather conspiracy theories, if you believe your government would never act against your interests.
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