Saturday, January 23, 2016

New X-files Series to Reveal: 9/11 Conspiracy, Global Warming, NSA Spying, Chem-trails, Police Militarization, FEMA Camps, and a “takeover of America” by a UN-like group of “multinational elites.”

The cult classic TV series X-files is coming back on the air after nearly a 14 years hiatus. On January 24th, 2016 a six-episode miniseries will air on Fox to the excitement of fans everywhere. To many interested in secret Earth governments, UFOs, extraterrestrials and the military industrial complex, the series is a tantalizing display of purely fictional musings with no real basis in reality, or is it?

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Since the show's final episode aired in 2002, a slow and steady release of information related to the aforementioned topics has given many Sci-fi fans something to think about. Perhaps what is revealed in movies, TV shows, and comic books has more truth to it than meets the eye. And perhaps all of these works are secretly an effort to hide the truth in plain site. 

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As the X-files introduction says, "the truth is out there," but if we label it as fiction without any investigation, this bias will literally blind us to any truthful elements contained within a working. 

I contend this is one of the reasons science fiction has so much soft disclosure embedded in it, chiefly for the purpose of normalizing the data within the viewers mind.



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The following is an article by Kauilapele regarding this newly rehashed X-files series set to debut this Sunday. With the items he highlighted, along with a fair understanding ufology, secret space program disclosures and the truth movement in general, it is easy to see how this show is hiding information in plain site. 

This section of an article he cites is particularly revealing:
“In the first return episode screened for reporters (trailer below), paranormal investigators Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) team up with a charming web-series host named Tad O’Malley… O’Malley eventually sways Mulder and Scully to adopt a new conspiracy that lays a framework for the six-episode revival. The theory involves global warming, war in the Middle East, NSA spying, chem-trails (here called “aerial contaminants”), police militarization, supposed FEMA prison camps, and the eventual military “takeover of America” by a UN-like group of “multinational elites.” [Sound familiar?]

“The most eyebrow-raising moment in the premiere is when O’Malley brings the 9/11 terrorist attacks into his conspiracy framework. “9/11 was a false flag operation,” O’Malley declares on his Truth Squad with Tad O’Malley show, echoing on Infowars theory. “It’s all part of a conspiracy dating back to the UFO crash at Roswell.” The clip is presented early in the episode. Later, Mulder and Scully embrace O’Malley’s overall position, though the 9/11 element isn’t referenced." (Emphasis added)
I think even the most close-minded person can see the writing on the wall. Clearly this show is an effort to label all these concepts and more as fictional, to be dismissed, ridiculed and scoffed at. 

But as a wise man once said: 
“There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn't true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.”

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- Justin

Source - Kauilapele's Blog

Entertainment Weekly 1-12-16… “Fox’s X-Files revival has controversial new theories”


Here is the Entertainment Weekly article about the new X-Files that was mentioned in the Kevin Barrett post, and the video. As I see it (and I’ve checked with our local listings over here), this is airing, on Fox, on 1-24-16 (Sunday). Locally, I see it begins at 6:30 (30 minute intro), then at 7 PM (one -hour episode).
There is a 21-minute preview video at this article.
“In the first return episode screened for reporters (trailer below), paranormal investigators Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) team up with a charming web-series host named Tad O’Malley… O’Malley eventually sways Mulder and Scully to adopt a new conspiracy that lays a framework for the six-episode revival. The theory involves global warming, war in the Middle East, NSA spying, chem-trails (here called “aerial contaminants”), police militarization, supposed FEMA prison camps, and the eventual military “takeover of America” by a UN-like group of “multinational elites.”
“The most eyebrow-raising moment in the premiere is when O’Malley brings the 9/11 terrorist attacks into his conspiracy framework. “9/11 was a false flag operation,” O’Malley declares on his Truth Squad with Tad O’Malley show, echoing on Infowars theory. “It’s all part of a conspiracy dating back to the UFO crash at Roswell.” The clip is presented early in the episode. Later, Mulder and Scully embrace O’Malley’s overall position, though the 9/11 element isn’t referenced.
“I don’t think Mulder and Scully adopt any political position so much as a new approach in their search for the truth. While I think their politics are balanced, I think the turn they take is toward a more heretical political position… it will be interesting to see how fans respond to their heroes exploring a conspiracy framework that touches on issues more sensitive than the ones when the show first aired.”
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The truth has never been more out there. 
Fox’s upcoming and eagerly awaited revival of The X-Files is updating its conspiracy theories — only this time, the sci-fi series might cause more controversy than when the show told tales of government-aided UFO cover-ups during its initial 1990s run.
In the first return episode screened for reporters (trailer below), paranormal investigators Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) team up with a charming web-series host named Tad O’Malley (played by the usually comedic Joel McHale, here in a dramatic role). The character, loosely based on conservative online personalities Alex Jones and Glenn Beck, bashes the “liberal media” in the episode; at one point, Mulder compares O’Malley to Fox News host Bill O’Reilly (“What Bill O’Reilly knows about the truth can fill an eyedropper,” O’Malley retorts).
Now we don’t want to reveal too much about the episode, or how the conspiracy relates to the show’s existing labyrinthine mythology. What we will report – and stop reading if you don’t want to know anything about the first hour – is that O’Malley eventually sways Mulder and Scully to adopt a new conspiracy that lays a framework for the six-episode revival. The theory involves global warming, war in the Middle East, NSA spying, chem-trails (here called “aerial contaminants”), police militarization, supposed FEMA prison camps, and the eventual military “takeover of America” by a UN-like group of “multinational elites.” The conspiracy theory plays a bit like Oliver Stone during his JFKfever pitch — only if his source material was Infowars instead of UFO lore.
“We live in a CitizenFour world now,” says creator Chris Carter, referring to the documentary on NSA leaker Edward Snowden. “We’ve given up certain rights and freedoms because we want the government to protect us after 9/11. We see the admitted spying by the government. These are not things we’re making up and it informs everything Mulder and Scully and doing are doing.”
Carter describes himself as a “mostly interested observer” in the conspiracy world, and notes he researched the new show by combing through conspiracy websites and attending a conspiracy convention.
“I’ve kept my finger to the wind and trying to figure out what’s relevant and possible credible,” Carter says. “People know the show deals with science and fact and also deals with far-flung theories about not only the supernatural but government conspiracies. It throws out as many questions as it does answers. And I have to say what it’s done for me and the writers it has given us a whole new open field which to run. It’s given the show an interesting new life and context that it might not have had in 2002.”
The U.N. takeover threat, however, is something Carter suggests is credible. “The idea of a New World Order is relevant,” Carter says. When we suggest the show is embracing “right-wing” theories, Carter counters, “It’s not necessarily. I don’t see Alex Jones as right-wing, I see him as libertarian … [and O’Malley is] a character who casts everything in doubt.”
The most eyebrow-raising moment in the premiere is when O’Malley brings the 9/11 terrorist attacks into his conspiracy framework. “9/11 was a false flag operation,” O’Malley declares on his Truth Squad with Tad O’Malley show, echoing on Infowars theory. “It’s all part of a conspiracy dating back to the UFO crash at Roswell.” The clip is presented early in the episode. Later, Mulder and Scully embrace O’Malley’s overall position, though the 9/11 element isn’t referenced.
“So here’s the thing,” Carter says when we asked about the “false flag” line. “Chris Carter doesn’t believe that. Chris Carter is very open minded about these things. But the character O’Malley believes it. And he convinces Mulder to – not necessarily believe that – but to believe many other things he’s exposing. I don’t think Mulder and Scully adopt any political position so much as a new approach in their search for the truth. While I think their politics are balanced, I think the turn they take is toward a more heretical political position.”
X-Files is obviously as fictional of a series as they come, but it will be interesting to see how fans respond to their heroes exploring a conspiracy framework that touches on issues more sensitive than the ones when the show first aired.
For more on what to expect from The X-Files revival, pick up this week’s issue ofEntertainment Weekly. The series returns Jan. 21. Here’s the trailer:

Source:

https://kauilapele.wordpress.com/2016/01/21/entertainment-weekly-1-12-16-foxs-x-files-revival-has-controversial-new-theories/
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