Tuesday, November 15, 2016 5:28
In the age-old question, does art imitate life, or does life imitate art?
There is a number of entertainment releases which foretell a consistent message for the future of the United States. In several venues ranging from television to Hollywood to video games, the United States government is wiped out and the break up of America takes place followed by civil war.
The term “predictive programming”, is used to refer to the conditioning of the masses to accept a bleak future planned by the globalists.
to someone who subscribes to the validity of predictive programming, the US is headed for destruction and civil war. Three TV shows, a popular Hollywood movie and a video game all convey the same theme. We start with the popular TV shows.
The Last Ship
The Last Ship, a TNT original series, is the latest in predictive programming. The show has been filled with tales of mass genocide involving pandemics, mass vaccinations, and civil war. The details are in the video.
The most notable part of the show is that the United States dissolves into separate countries at the end of season three as evidenced by the following short clip.
Also from the trailer, we see that during the course of the show, the entire federal government was either wiped out by the pandemic which killed 80% of the planet, or, they were assassinated.
In this new ABC series, nearly everyone in the government is killed in a terrorist attack of an unknown attacker.
The director of HUD is informally fired on the morning of the attack is not on the Hill where the government’s leaders are massacred. Because the HUD director was not formally fired, he becomes the President and this is where the predictive programming kicks in.
In the five episodes of the show, the new President has had to deal with the Syrian refugee problem, individual states (e.g. Michigan) defying the President and acting autonomously, arresting a governor for treason and the potential breakup up the country.
Again, we see yet another TV show in which the government and its leaders are destroyed and the disintegration of the union is at hand.
The forerunner of these types of TV shows, with these same kinds of plots first manifested in the TV show, Revolution, from four years ago.
The TV show is premised on the take down of the America by an EMP-type of weapon. In the first episode, planes are falling from the sky, the lights going out, cars are stalled on the highway and mass looting and violence breakout. Eventually, the country breaks apart, government leaders were killed and feudal war lords emerge and replace the the United States government.
Again, TV viewers witness the same two popular themes in a popular show, namely, the mass death of government officials and the breakup of the United States.
At the height of its popularity the show was abruptly canceled. Fans of the show initiated a petition to renew Revolution and as of January 2015, the petition gathered over 80,000 signatures.
On April 15, 2015, former producer, Eric Kripke, announced that the show would return for a four-part digital comic-book series that would be posted online, which would provide closure to cliffhanger in the series finale.
Why would such a popular show be abruptly canceled and cost ABC millions in profits? Simple, in the last season, brainwashing techniques taking place in FEMA-style camps emerged as an important theme in the show to go with the other two dominant themes of mass government death and the breakup of the United States. The FEMA camp issue, as you may recall, derailed another popular show which was Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura.
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
Please take note of the following map. The organizational structure of the former United States emerged from the United States and the Richard Nixon administration in 1972. In this map, the United States is broken up into 10 distinct and presumably autonomous regions.
The map, pictured below, is from the Revolution TV show which depicts the breakup of the United States.
Even if we step away from television, for a moment, we see the same theme in the popular Hollywood hit, the Hunger Games. The movie depicts a similar breakup.
Even X-box games have perpetuated this theme of mass death of governmental officials accompanied by the breakup of the United States. The following trailer captures these themes in an X-Box release of the game, Shattered Union-Civil War II, which was originally released in 2008.
Again, we witness the wiping out of governmental officials and the breakup of the United States. The game is premised upon the stealing of an American presidential election, followed by the attempted takeover of the US by the European Union and eventually seven factions appear to compete for the control of the country. The impetus for the civil war was the detonation of a low-yield nuclear weapon which wipes out the US government.
Solely based upon the fictional, yet consistent themes of TV, Hollywood and video games, it would appear that a clear picture about the projected future of the United States has emerged.
The United States is headed for the extermination of its governmental leaders along with the breakup of the American government as the country descends into a massive civil war.
In the near-future, what event could prove to be the impetus for these events to take place? Two events come to mind. First, the State of the Union Address and second, the upcoming Inauguration would also prove to be an event that could set the stage for the unfolding of these events.
Of course all of this is a coincidence, but I will not be traveling to Washington DC in the month of January.
Fro the convenience of the reader, I have included a Youtube summary of the central themes of this story in order that one can download this story and take it with them to listen.