Comparison of medical tyranny and dystopian science fiction movies. Part 1 of 5

[See Part 2 of 5 here]

Scene from the film Brazil (1985)

Over the last two years, it’s often felt as though we’re living in a James Bond film or a dystopian science fiction movie. The people planning how to destabilize society and control us are clearly following a script of their own making.

Anyone with intelligence can see through it and can recognize that it’s a massive deception. Nonetheless, millions of people are in denial, due to widespread propaganda, which makes the situation even more eery.

Too many things don’t add up. If you dare to think for yourself and view the mainstream media narrative with skepticism, you risk censure and opprobrium. You feel the shackles closing in. As Voltaire is reputed to have said, “To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.”

Doubting the jab is considered a crime, at least in the eyes of Pfizer’s CEO. At the very least, it’s grounds for censorship online. They’re willing to destroy people’s lives to get them to take a drug that doesn’t work for a disease that’s not a threat to public health. If you stop to think about it, there’s something deeply wrong with that.

The elite political class of globalists and Chinese Communists and corporate CEOs clearly seek world domination. It could even be leading to some nefarious mass depopulation effort, as some allege (though I think more evidence needs to be collected before that determination can be made absolutely).

It all seems to be some sort of Utopian plan (i.e., the Great Reset) but as with all such plans when put into practice, it will end up being a nightmare. Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge felt they were doing something good and necessary too.

There are many parallels with dystopian science-fiction movies and tv shows. Namely:

  • Dehumanization, technocracy, totalitarianism, e.g., Brazil, THX-1138, The Divide
  • Usurpation of humanity by machines, e.g. Brazil, I Am Mother
  • Depopulation agenda and use of bio-warfare, e.g., Moonraker, Snowpiercer
  • Use of media for propaganda; psyops, e.g. They Live
  • Groupthink, mass conformity, e.g. Invasion of the Body Snatchers, the Borg
  • Experimental drugs and human experimentation e.g., The 4400; ST Voyager

In what follows, I will go through some of these sci-fi films and tv shows, to show how they’re comparable to our present situation (the list of novels is too long, so for my analysis, I’ll stick to the films).

In some of them, there is a hero who liberates humanity from the tyrants. In some of the darker ones, the worst-case scenario unfolds. Either way, we’re given a glimpse into a possible future.

It’s often a totalitarian future in which technology is used to control and usurp us, or aliens experiment on us just as our species now experiments on animals.

These films often explore the way in which we’re increasingly divorced from the natural world. We’re veering towards technocracy — specifically, a biosecurity police state. This could lead us to the brink of extinction or to a hellish existence.

People irrationally fear a disease with a 99% survival rate when they should be afraid of state tyranny, which in the long run is far more deadly.

Over the last two years, it has often felt that way, so politicians and the media teamed up against humanity by using a faux pandemic to create fear, division, and hatred.

Above: In Max Max Fury Road (2015), a character named Immortan Joe (left) sets himself up as a warlord dictator and creates his own religion in which he is a god to be obeyed and worshipped. He cultivates a sect of disciples, called “war boys” who are willing to fight and die for him in order to enter a mythical afterlife, Valhalla.

The parallel with our situation is the way in which the elite political class has positioned itself as a kind of god to be obeyed unconditionally. Nux, the ‘war boy’ (above right), eventually breaks free from the cult of Immortan Joe and acts heroically to fight him, to save those he would enslave.

We too can break free from the mainstream media brainwashing and learn to think for ourselves, though not without sacrifice. In the film, Nux dies to save others.

Moonraker (1979)

The villain, Hugo Drax, plans to wipe out 99.9% of humanity through a bio-chemical agent designed just for that purpose. A similar plot is re-used in the action movie xXx (2002).

There is an obvious parallel with the allegation that Gates, Fauci, et al are trying to depopulate the Earth through the mRNA injections and totalitarian control they hope to achieve.

Drax uses a bio-warfare agent lethal only to humans, leaving animals and infrastructure intact. He hand-picks a few ‘perfect’ people to restart the human race, echoing the Nazi fascination with race purity and physical beauty.

In 1979, it was clear to everyone that mass murder was wrong. Today, due to the rise of misanthropy within the environmental and animal rights movements, there seems to be less consensus on that point.

If Bill Gates really is trying to implement a depopulation agenda, he views it as a good and necessary thing, like Drax. Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be someone like Bond to stop him, since the world’s governments are in on the plot against humanity. There are, however, those who tell the truth — tens of thousands of us. Hopefully that’s enough.

Above: one of Drax’s scientists is poisoned by the bio-warfare agent he helped make.
Lower pane: Drax with some of his guards and hand-picked perfect specimens.
xXx (2002) drone carrying bio-warfare agent, eerily code-named ‘silent night’

The 4400 (2004-7)

The 4400 is a tv show that features a fictional drug called promicin. Half of those injected with it receive extraordinary abilities, such as precognition or telekinesis. The other half die. Taking it is voluntary, much like the mRNA injection. Just as with that drug, it can be fatal for some.

Less than one percent die from the mRNA injections. If you count the roughly 150,000 Americans thought to have died from the drug as a percent of the 250 million who took it, then 99% will survive the drug. But then 99% will also survive Covid-19, which begs the question: is the mRNA really worth it if a less risky alternative (such as natural immunity or Ivermectin) exists?

The odds of survival are much worse with promicin: 50 percent die after taking it. In the 4th season, all of Seattle is exposed to the drug when it becomes a virus, killing 9,000 people in the process and giving survivors an ability.

The parallel with our reality is that those pushing the experimental drug do so irresponsibly and unethically, knowing the consequences will be lethal for some.

The victims are blamed with the excuse that it was their choice to take it, just as the unvaccinated are now blamed for their fate for choosing not to take the drug. Either way, a biomedical nightmare is unleashed on a populace.

The justification for taking promicin is the vague statement that the world is a disaster and taking the drug promises a renaissance that will “save humanity.” However, there is also the threat that it will destroy humanity.

In fact, Collier has visited the future and sees that it becomes a wasteland, yet despite that continues to push promicin. He’s willing to gamble with everyone’s lives, very much like those pushing mRNA spiked proteins (e.g. Bill Gates, Fauci, et al).

What gives them the right to play God? The crime is far worse when you consider that SARs-CoV2 was created by them in the Wuhan lab, on purpose, for this very reason.

An experimental drug pushed on everyone with no idea what the results will be is much like Icarus’s wings melting in the sun or Pandora’s box that unleashes chaos: it promises everything but could also destroy everything.

Promicin kills 50 percent of those who take it.

Above: Promicin kills half of those who take it. Even so, thousands take the gamble for the chance to have the 4400 ability, and half of them die.

Below: Jordan Collier, the charismatic “messiah” of the 4400 cult, wants to build a Utopian Heaven on Earth using the fictional drug promicin (he is holding a syringe of it). Collier sees the 4400 abilities as the evolution of a new order of human beings, and the elimination of all who don’t want to take the shot as a necessary evil – much as those who push the mRNA shots on us seem to think. We must all take the drug, no matter the cost to society. Which begs the question: why?

Like all Utopian visionaries, Collier seems willing to engage in social engineering to achieve his goal. He wants to wipe away the old world and those in it in order to build a new one – one that he controls dictatorially.

What is this new world order the political class wants to push on at any cost? We know what it looks like from the vision put forward by the World Economic Forum and the example of Communist China: absolute state control and a willingness to kill in order to maintain it.

Their idea is clearly to change the world in a way that gives them more power. What struck me about the show, while watching it, is that those pushing for radical change fail to focus on being better people morally. They view their cause as righteous.

There’s an obvious parallel with religious violence. For example, radical jihadism is totalitarian. It seeks absolute control over society through violence and coercion. The ideology in use is a kind of drug. Marx called it the opiate of the masses, but in the hands of some people, it’s more like PCP, sending them on a violent mission to destroy.

Interestingly, those who oppose Collier are even more brutal in their methods, which leads viewers to wonder which side to root for. Many people are stuck in a similar moral dilemma in our world, unsure of who’s right and who’s wrong, as the lines between good and evil are blurred.

Both sides view people instrumentally, as means to an end, rather than as ends in themselves, thus violating Kant’s Categorical Imperative. Those pushing medical tyranny commit the same ethical error.

Left: Icarus’ wings. Right Pandora’s box
Mythology is the science fiction of yesteryear

Another parallel with The 4400 is an episode in which the bodies of an elite group of world leaders are taken over by ruthless people from the future to manipulate humanity. They are called “the Marked” because they have a small x behind their ears, where nano-technology was injected. The nanites are encoded with the consciousness of the parasitic person.

This reminds me a lot of Bill Gates’ Good Club, a small group of billionaires who met in 2009 to work towards a depopulation agenda.

Political elites, the Marked, meet in The 4400
The Good Club

They Live (1988)

In this film, humanity has been taken over by a hidden class of authoritarian demonic aliens who rule over us by brainwashing us. Putting on special glasses allows the hero of the film to see them as they really are and to see the subliminal messaging they use to control us.

Something similar is being used on us by the elites (e.g., Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, Dr. Fauci, the Clintons, Trudeau, Zuckerberg, Nancy Pelosi, Pope Francis, CNN anchors, the CCP, et al) now running the world. Most people have been conditioned to obey and conform. This was going on long before 2020, but it’s more apparent now than ever.

One good thing that Donald Trump did was was to reveal the so-called fake news phenomenon, i.e., expose media corruption and indoctrination. CNN lost all credibility in the U.S. In Canada, the CBC is similar in its willingness to push propaganda, rather than news.

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Subliminal messaging in They Live

It’s now more apparent than ever, due to their use of medical tyranny to control us. The solution for us, as in the film, is to see things clearly, to de-program ourselves. Wearing the special glasses is a symbol of being able to think for yourself.

David Icke’s ‘lizard people’ could be seen as a metaphor for the political class that runs things and is implementing a totalitarian government in degrees (it certainly should not be taken literally!) In They Live, the aliens are revealed when one wears the glasses.

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Someone already made the comparison. I found this online. It shows Facebook’s Zuckerberg as an alien

Brazil (1985)

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Robots and computers control the lives of the people – much like our world

This film depicts a technocratic future in which no privacy is possible due to ubiquitous computing and surveillance by a totalitarian state. It also shows the quiet despair and madness of the people caught up in it, secretly hoping for freedom and love even as they have to submit to endless bureaucracy and the idiocy of the machine world.

The machines that control their lives are not well designed and often make serious – even deadly – mistakes but they are conditioned to submit to them nonetheless. Most people live superficial lives full of hedonistic distraction (also shown in upper classes of The Hunger Games or in the novel Brave New World).

The subjugation of man to machine can be violent and dramatic (e.g., Terminator) but it’s more likely to be banal and dreary, as shown in Brazil, and in our own lives: we have to contend with automated operators and the shortcomings of computers.

Medical tyranny and the emergence of the biosecurity state in 2020-21 serve to erode and eventually erase the following: the idea of constitutional rights and freedoms (including free speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of assembly and movement), individualism, freedom of medical choice, medical privacy, and bodily autonomy.

Ethical decision-making, which takes into account the intrinsic value of a person, is going or gone, replaced by bureaucracy and the imperative of state power. Technique and scientism replace ethics.

In Brazil we see a future run by a centralized state, using technology to control the masses — the effect of which is profoundly dehumanizing. We’re quickly heading towards such a world.

In Brazil, a typo on a government form in the ministry responsible for fighting terrorism, caused
by a stray fly, results in a secret police unit arrested and ‘disappearing’ an innocent man.

THX-1138 (1971)

THX-1138: machines are used to subjugate and dehumanize

This film, like Brazil, depicts a totalitarian world run by machines — but in an even more extreme and dehumanizing manner. In this future, humanity lives underground in world run by computers and policed by robots.

People do not have names, only numbers. Everyone must dress the same as well. They are prisoners of the state and believe the outside is so toxic they can’t venture there.

THX-1138 is the name of our hero, who one day decides not to take the mandatory pills (which keep people submissive). He falls in love (also forbidden), is imprisoned, escapes, and seeks his freedom.

It’s an Orwellian world, one that seems increasingly possible what with talk of climate lockdowns and and population control.

As in our current world, a mandatory drug is used to subjugate the populace. The state thinks of us not as persons, but as things to be manipulated for the sake of power. A computerized world dehumanizes us.

Those who seek freedom or who do not conform in any way are criminalized. But as in the film Logan’s Run (1976), the computer is getting old and worn and increasingly makes mistakes, which awakens people from the illusion of its supremacy.

In THX-1138, euthanasia and abortion are commonplace, for the sake of population control — which is increasingly the case in our world as well. Consumerism is encouraged. Religion has been reduced to a tool of the state to keep people submissive. In Logan’s Run, no one is allowed to live over age 21.

There is something in the human spirit that rebels against all this and seeks freedom, both in the world of THX-1138 and in our world.

The Island (2005) is another example of this theme of awakening from illusion of slavery and seeking liberation from it. So is Fahrenheit 451 (1966), in which the kin of slavery portrayed is ignorance (reading is not allowed) and state tyranny.

Those who don’t conform can be snitched on by reporting violations.
Citizens are encouraged to turn each other into the state.
There is no privacy. As in Orwell’s 1984, Big Brother monitors your every move, even without the home. Here we see an agent of the state watching a camera embedded in the bathroom, to ensure compliance in taking mandatory drugs.
The hero THX-1138 is captured by robotic police and held in check by electric cattle prods.
The Razorback: 'The Island'
In The Island, people are cloned and kept as slaves for organ harvesting. They don’t know why they were bred until the last minute, when they’re killed. They’re fed the lie that those going away are “winners” of a lottery, to go to a place called the Island. In fact, they’re murdered.

Snowpiercer (2013)

In the future, the Earth experiences a drastic cooling due to a geoengineering miscalculation, freezing to death all life on Earth, except for the inhabitants of a nuclear-powered train.

Inhabitants in the tail car are treated cruelly by those in the upper cars. It’s a brutal police state in which periodic culling occurs, to save finite resources. This is reminiscent of the (alleged) depopulation agenda of the co-conspirators of medical tyranny in our world.

In the scene below, the tail car inhabitants stage a revolution for liberation. They face off against the police force. In the ensuing battle, dozens of people are killed off. This is deemed necessary by the train’s dictator, Mr. Wilfred.

Scene from Snowpiercer, just before a battle in which many are killed
– which as it turns out is the plan of the dictator, to thin the population.

Cube (1997)

In Cube, five people awaken to find themselves in a horrid contraption: a large underground cube that contains within it 17,576 smaller cubs, some of them with deadly booby-traps.

Without food or water and no knowledge of why they’re there or how to get out, they must cooperate to try to find their way out of it. The film shows them falling apart, psychologically, and turning on each other as the stress increases.

In much the same way, we have all been held captive under lockdowns and now vax mandates and passports, for almost two years. The stress of this has turned people against each other, leading to numerous public incidents of aggression, and quite a few suicides.

And it has led to speculation and debate as to who’s behind it and why it’s really happening. Much in the same way, the captives of the Cube debate their predicament, coming up with different accounts of why they’ve been taken and who’s behind it.

It’s finally revealed that no one is really behind it: technological society is a kind of headless monster in which no one takes responsibility and narrow self-interest drives technocrats and bureaucrats to implement meaningless and dehumanizing monstrosities.

Hannah Arendt, in Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil, argues that “people who carry out unspeakable crimes, like Nazi administrator Adolph Eichmann, are ordinary individuals who simply accept the premises of their state and participate in any ongoing enterprise with the energy of good bureaucrats.” This has been called “normalizing the unthinkable.” She calls this “the banality of evil.”

Normalization “is the process whereby ugly, degrading, murderous, and unspeakable acts become routine and are accepted as ‘the way things are done.’ . . . It is the function of defense intellectuals and other experts, and the mainstream media, to normalize the unthinkable for the general public.” We all participate in structural or
institutional violence in which everyone is responsible and thus no one is responsible.

In Cube, one of the characters says the trap they’re in (the cube) is not the result of a conspiracy of bad actors but rather is the result of many self-interested people not taking responsibility for their part in its design and construction. There is no head to the monster, so to speak. The environmental crisis is a good example of this.

It goes against our natural impulse to not blame someone when things go wrong, which is why Arendt’s book was not popular with some Jews. However, I don’t think Arendt is arguing that Nazis are not responsible as much as she’s trying to point out that evil can occur through bureaucracy and technocracy.

She also shows how ordinary people are responsible for evil when they defer responsibility to the state. Covid mass hysteria has some key co-conspirators behind it, but its success is made possible by an army of ordinary people. We’re all implicated to some degree if we go along with it — and it’s hard not to when the price of disobedience is high and fitting in is far easier.

Quentin and Holloway argue

Script from minute 32:41 to 38:08:

  • Worth: Do you think they’d go to all the trouble to build this thing if we could just walk out?
  • Quentin: They wouldn’t have left us clues that led us so far if there wasn’t a way out.
  • Worth: You think we matter? We don’t.
  • Quentin: Put us out of your misery so we can get on with getting out of here.
  • Worth: You’re not getting out of here!
  • Quentin: Yes, we are!
  • Worth: No, you’re not!
  • Quentin: Yes, we are!
  • Worth: There is no way out of here!
  • Quentin: Gotchya.
  • Holloway: How do you know that?
  • Quentin: Answer the question, Worth.
  • Holloway: Oh, god.
  • Quentin: Who are you?
  • Worth: I’m the poison. I designed the outer shell.
  • Holloway: The what?
  • Worth: The shell. The sarcophagus.
  • Leaven: You built this thing?
  • Worth: Not this part. The exterior. I don’t know anything about the numbers or anything else in here. I was contracted to draw plans for a hollow shell. A cube.
  • Leaven: A cube? Why didn’t you tell us?
  • Holloway: For God’s sake, Worth, you knew what it was.
  • Worth: No.
  • Quentin: Worth. You’re lying.
  • Worth: Was not at first.
  • Leaven: Who’s behind it?
  • Worth: I don’t know.
  • Quentin: Who hired you?
  • Worth: I didn’t ask. I never even left my office. I talked on the phone to some people, other guys like me. Specialists, working on small details. Nobody knew what it was. Nobody cared.
  • Quentin: Bullshit. You knew from square one. Look at him. He is up to his eyeballs in this thing.
  • Holloway: No, Quentin. That’s how they stay hidden. You keep everyone separated so the left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing. The brain never comes out in the open.
  • Quentin: Whose brain?
  • Holloway: It’s all the same machine, right! The Pentagon, multinational corporations, the police. If you do one little job, you build a widget in Saskatoon, and the next thing you know it’s two miles under the desert, the essential component of a death machine. I was right. All along, my whole life, I knew it. I told you, Quentin. Nobody’s every gonna call me paranoid again. We gotta get out of here and blow the lid off this thing!
  • Worth: Holloway, you don’t get it.
  • Worth: Then help me, please, I need to know.
  • Worth: This may be hard for you to understand, but there’s no conspiracy. Nobody is in charge. It’s a headless blunder operating under the illusion of a master plan. Can you grasp that? Big brother is not watching you.
  • Quentin: What kind of fuckin’ explanation is that?
  • Worth: It’s the best you are gonna get. I looked, and the only conclusion I could come to is that there is nobody up there.
  • Quentin: Somebody had to say yes to this thing.
  • Worth: What thing? Only we know what it is.
  • Quentin: We have no idea what it is.
  • Worth: We know more than anybody else. I mean, somebody might have known sometime before they got fired, or voted out, or sold it, but if this place ever had a purpose it got miscommunicated, or lost in a shuffle. I mean, this is and accident, a forgotten perpetual public works project. Do you think anybody wants to ask questions? All they want is a clear conscience, and a fat paycheck. I leaned on my shovel for months on this one. This was a great job!
  • Quentin: Why put people in it?
  • Worth: Because it’s here. You have to use it or you admit it’s pointless.
  • Quentin: But it is pointless!
  • Worth: Quentin. That’s my point.
  • Holloway: What have we come to? It’s so much worse than I thought.
  • Worth: Not really. Just more pathetic.
  • Quentin: You make me sick, Worth.
  • Worth: I make me sick too. We’re both part of the system. I drew a box, you walk a beat [Quentin is a policeman] It’s like you said, Quentin, keep your head down, keep it simple, just look at what’s in front of you. Nobody wants to see the big picture. It’s too complicated. I mean, let’s face it, the reason we’re here is that it’s out of control.
  • Holloway: This is how we ruin the world?
  • Leaven: Well, duh! Have you been on glue all your lives? I’ve felt guilty for ruining the world since I was like seven! God, if you need someone to blame, throw a rock.

    Star Trek Voyager (1995-2001)

    Star Trek is such a rich universe of ideas, more than one comparison can be gleaned from it. Let’s start with the Vidiians, a hostile alien race in the ST Voyager series. They are perpetually ill from a deadly disease (the ‘phage’) which rots their skin and organs, forcing them to find replacement organs and skin through harvesting. In other words, they stun people and rob them of their bodyparts, much as is now common in China.
Falun Gong activists simulate an organ translate as part of a street theatre protest of the practice

This human rights violation has become normalized there against political prisoners, including Christians, the Uyghurs, Falun Gong, and pro-democracy activists. This is comparable to a possible dystopian future we may soon face, if medical tyranny worsens. Already, the unvaccinated are scapegoated and dehumanized. It’s only a few steps further to being imprisoned and violated as the Vidiians violate their victims.

People are being made sick by the toxic mRNA injections. It compromises their immune systems, in contrast to relatively healthier people who developed natural immunity, so this nightmare scenario is plausible, especially since the West is increasingly imitating China’s dictatorship (Canada’s leader, Trudeau, openly admires Communist China and expresses a desire to emulate it).

Science fiction is full of examples of hostile aliens probing and experimenting on humans, just as human scientists now experiment on animals. In the Voyager episode called “Scientific Method” the crew becomes the subject of painful and lethal experiments by aliens who render themselves invisible but are finally detected and confronted.

This is much like the way in which all of humanity has been the involuntary test subject for an elaborate psyop (psychological operation), testing our response to lockdowns, mask mandates, and vax passport and mandates.

We’ve also been tested using mRNA infections. All this is in violation of the Nuremberg Code, created to prevent involuntary use of human beings for medical procedures.

In the video below, Captain Janeway confronts her tormentors. If animals could speak to us in our language (they do try to speak to us through whimpers and cries) they would say what she says to the aliens.

Billions of people have suffered through this faux pandemic in many ways — including dying from Covid-19 and the so-called ‘vaccine’ – both courtesy of the CCP and globalists. But they’ve also suffered psychologically. It’s a kind of torture.

Left: Allegiance (TNG) Right: The Cage (TOS)

In the Star Trek universe, experimentation on unwilling humans by hostile aliens is a recurring trope. Above left: in TNG “Allegiance two aliens conduct a behavioral experiment on Picard until they’re discovered and captured, similar to the Voyager episode above.

Above right: an alien, in TOS “The Cage” also conduct behavioral experiments on humans, through induced hallucinations.

Below: “Empath” Kirk, Spock, and Bones are captured by aliens and subjected to torture, as part of a behavioural experiment on empathy.

Below: In the episode “Schisms” crew members are abducted at night through a portal, into a parallel universe, and experimented on, then returned to their ship during the day, their memories erased. However, they manage to reconstruct some repressed traumatic memories and stop the experiments. This is probably the most terrifying use of this trope.

Above: The Schism (TNG) Below: The Empath (TOS)

There is another Voyager episode that’s comparable about genocide and memory, called “Remember.” A recurring character on the series, Lt. Torres, becomes the vessel for a repressed memory from an alien world they’re visiting. The memory is that of an old woman.

When she was young their society scapegoated a minority group. They’re labeled the ‘Regressives’ by the state because they voluntarily chose to reject the new technologies. They’re called Luddites in our society – though a better comparison now might be so-called “anti-vaxxers.” They’ve wiped them out in a genocide.

The woman was in love with a young man from that minority group. He was murdered, along with his people. She has hidden the memory for decades but shares it secretly with Torres, through dreams.

This would be comparable, in Earth history, to a forbidden romance between Jew and gentile in Nazi Germany, for example (such tragic stories did occur, e.g, the subject of the film Forbidden). In fact, the episode was intended by writers as a parable about the Holocaust:

“while Janeway can’t force the Enarans to confront the truth of their history, she encourages Torres to share her story with the other Enarans.” She bears witness through shared memories — something peculiar to that species.

Above left: Torres and the ‘regressive’ boyfriend Dathan. Torres is reliving the memory of an old woman who actually was in love with him, before he was killed by the state. Lower left: an ID tag that the Regressives were forced to wear, to identify them, similar to the yellow Star of David. Today, the absence of a vax passport serves the same function: systemic discrimination. Right: Poster for the film about forbidden love in Nazi Germany.

Medical segregation

Today, the vaccinated and unvaccinated are being separated. It’s medical segregation. Far worse than vax passports from restaurants is the self-imposed division among family members and friends and the fact that this has become a cause for division with families, as I discuss here.

As it turns out, 1 in 7 friendships have ended, in the U.S., because of the false narrative and discrimination instigated by those pushing the mRNA drugs: “The survey of 1,000 Americans found that many were willing to drop a friend who refused to be vaccinated against COVID-19.”

Along the same lines, Fauci says don’t attend Christmas 2021 if there are unvaccinated people there, even though vax status actually makes zero difference in terms of transmission or infection because medical data “released by the CDC shows that vaccinated people carry detectable viral loads similar to those of people who are unvaccinated.”

That hasn’t stopped widespread discrimination against the unvaccinated from taking place, including broken friendships and relationships; lost jobs; being blocked from access to church and other public places; blocked from access to medical care; fines (in some countries); travel restrictions on planes and trains; and border restrictions. It’s a slippery slope to much worse if this discrimination is allowed to stand.

Similar to the way in which the Enarans deny, cover up, and otherwise repress their past (including a re-writing of their history, to erase mention of the minority they killed off), today we see the rise of censorship and the dominance of the official narrative.

Anyone who differs from this is labeled a “far-right conspiracy theorist.” Feminist Naomi Wolf and comedian Russel Brand are hardly “far-right” (both are well-established Leftists) but they’ve both spoken out against medical tyranny, which reveals the vapidity of the label.

Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994)

One of the hostile enemies in the Star Trek universe is the semi-robotic Borg. They possess a “hive mind” — meaning that they have a single collective consciousness, similar to the goal of totalitarian societies — on which they’re clearly based. They do not reproduce; rather, they assimilate existing species, violently, through the injection of nano-technology into the bloodstream (as shown below).

This is comparable to the way in which we’re being slowly conditioned into ‘groupthink‘ by the mainstream media, and through censorship and fear, to accept mRNA injections as necessary. The real assimilation is behavioural and psychological. We’re all caught up in the throes of a massive psyop. But even before that began, we felt increasingly dehumanized by technology and corporations.

In this article on dystopian films, the author, James Archer, argues that “fictional views of a dehumanized future” reflect a widespread feeling that technology and corporations are “squeezing the humanity out of the human race.”

He lists films that illustrate a “lost humanity”: The Matrix, Equilibrium, Brazil, A Clockwork Orange, Terminator, The Road Warrior, Children of Men, WALL-E, Delicatessen, A.I., Waterworld, Blade Runner, 12 Monkeys, RoboCop, V for Vendetta, Gattaca, Dark City, District 13, I Robot, The City of Lost Children, and Akira. They reflect “frustrations we feel every day of our lives:

  • Corporations have come to care more about profits than people
  • Technology and convenience have taken the place of connection and intimacy
  • Our leaders have become disconnected from the reality we’re dealing with daily
  • We feel like cogs in a machine, valued more for the role we fill than we we actually bring to it
  • Our lives are full of constant, unrealistic demands on our time and attention
  • We’re over-stimulated by relentless wastes of time
  • We face ever-decreasing opportunities to simply ‘be human.'”

    Every one of those dehumanizing elements has been amplified on purpose, over the last two years, by those pushing medical tyranny on us, in order to destabilize and disorient and control us. Being cut off from each other, and divided, serves no medical purpose (in fact it’s medically harmful), but it does serve a nefarious political purpose.

    Borg nanites are like the ideas spread in the MSM to condition us. However, it’s also possible that the mRNA inejctions themselves may be changing those who take them, internally. There are claims of genetic manipulation. I don’t know if it’s true (of course the ‘fact-checkers’ deny it). Time will tell what the long-term consequence of this taking drug is.

Doctor Who (1963-1989)

In the Doctor Who universe, a perennial villain is Davros, a megalomaniacal inventor of the Daleks, a race of misshapen creatures programmed to believe they represent perfection and who seek to eliminate all other life forms as “imperfect.” They inhabit almost indestructible killing machines.

This reminds me of Klaus Schwab, of the World Economic Forum, who not only acts like Davros but even looks a bit like him. Okay, I admit that’s a bit mean, but I just had to share it:

In “The Sontaran Experiment“, Doctor Who comes up against a recurring villain, the militaristic race, the Sontarans, who in one episode torture humans as part of an experiment to determine our species’ weakness. The Sontaran warrior-scientist deprives humans of water until they die. Although the Doctor is himself not a human, he takes on the role of protector of humanity and fights the Sontaran.

This takes us back to the theme of involuntary experimentation on humanity and its parallel with both the two-year-long psyop and experimental mRNA drugs imposed on us now, in violation of the Nuremberg Code.

The Sontaran Experiment

In a later Doctor Who episode, “Vengeance on Varos“, we’re introduced to a repugnant tyrant named Sil, who in the pursuit of wealth, sees fit to orchestrate a propaganda campaign via the television, in which people are scapegoated and killed.

This is not unlike the Roman ‘bread and circuses’ in the Colluseums. It distracts the masses, conditions them to fear the tyrant, and releases tension through violence, uniting what sociologists call the in-group against the out-group, the social outliers. In other words, it relies on a primitive instinct of our species: tribal aggression.

Today, in the mainstream media, there is always an article on this or that person fined or arrested for violating the Covid restrictions, e.g., “Woman fined $2,422 under Health Protection Act: Halifax Regional Police say she refused to show proof of her vaccination status.” There is also an endless scapegoating of “anti-vaxxers” and purveyors of so-called “medical misinformation” and “conspiracy theories.”

This public shaming and financial punishment, as dutifully reported in the media, serves the same function as the Roman coliseums or the televised executions in the episode noted above.

A similar theme is evident in The Hunger Games, The Running Man, and other similar futuristic death games. It keeps the masses in line through fear, and it unites them against the scapegoat whose ritual execution temporarily purges the collective of their repressed aggression through displacement.

There is also a futuristic depiction of totalitarian state propaganda in The Hunger Games and in Orwell’s 1984.

Top left: Sil. Top right: torture show on tv and Doctor Who intervening.
Bottom: television director and technician
Top: The Hunger Games tv hosts
Bottom: Fauci on CNN

Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956, 1978)

Groupthink is a psychological phenomenon that occurs within a group of people in which the desire for harmony or conformity in the group results in an irrational or dysfunctional decision-making outcome. Cohesiveness, or the desire for cohesiveness, in a group may produce a tendency among its members to agree at all costs.”

The so-called “hive mind”, in which free will is eradicated and a collective consciousness put in place, is a common plot device in sci-fi authors. There are countless variations on this theme (including the Borg, noted above).

In Invasion of the Body Snatchers, parasitic aliens take over the minds of human beings. In the Doctor Who universe, cybermen take over human beings and turn them into machines, much like the Borg (who are probably based on the cybermen).

Unity, in Rick & Morty, is yet another hive-mind entity. And the Nanochips (in the animation Ben 10: Alien Swarm) take over human bodies. In the Star Trek (TNG) episode “Conspiracy” high-ranking Federation members are taken over by a parasitic entity.

Picard and Riker zap the entity, who has taken over the body of a Federation officer, killing it.

In a Star Trek (TNG) episode “The Game” an addictive video game takes over the minds of the crew; it turns out to be a stealth invasion method — much as Covid-19 is a stealth psyop to take over the world through irrational fear of disease.

All these examples serve as good metaphors for ideological conformity leading up to totalitarian societies, which itself describes what we’re going through now.

Billions of people have allowed themselves to be brainwashed to believe obvious untruths, e.g. the Covid ‘vaccines’ are “safe” and provide immunity (neither is true); that the unvaccinated pose a threat (they don’t); that the media and physicians never lie (they do); that anyone who disagrees is mistaken and needs to be censored (no and no).

The mask does not appear in the original Invasion of the Body Snatchers,
but in our world it serves the same function: to enforce conformity.
Top: Star Trek (TNG) “The Game”
Middle panel: Cybermen, Doctor Who
Bottom: Unity in Rick & Morty


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