Friday, March 18, 2011

Battle LA - disappointing - The ET UFO Threat runs through Hollywood ?

Ok i finally saw the premier of BATTLE: LOS ANGELES and i was totally disappointed. I take back everything i said about this movie being benefitial for the Ufo community because its done the complete opposite!

Set in 2011 its totally nothing to do with the 1942 incident (i thought there would be atleast some reference to or talk of the event), and it is yet another fear based hollywood overdone invasion type movie with a focus on the military fighting off the hostile aliens who are out to kill us all for our resources.

Often movies are a source for a indirect propoganda and this got me thinking why have there been so many Ufo/ET movies out with the common theme of an invasion all of the sudden?. Just to name a few over the last 3 years we have had Skyline, Encounters of the fourth kind,  War of the Worlds & War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave, The Day the Earth Stood Still, Invasion and the list goes on. The re-surrgence of ET Invasion theme with the invocation of fear and powerlessness has led many in the Ufo community to question if the public is being pre-programmed to have an opion on the topic for some reason.

With regards to this i am reminded of the words of Dr Carol Rosin s the spokesperson for German Rocket scientist, Wernher von Braun in the mid-1970s. She said he predicted the buildup towards a fear based look towards ET's in the public.  In her 2001 speech at the original Disclosure Project press conference 10 years ago, she reveals what von Braun said were the long-term plans and motivations behind an eventual "UFO Announcement" by the US and other world governments:

"First," he told her it was going to be justified by the threat from "the Russians," next, it would be from "the Terrorists," then, from the so-called "Rogue Nations." Eventually, "asteroids" would be to blame. The final card to be played would be "the Extraterrestrials"...

 And over and over and over during the four years that I knew him and was giving speeches for him, he would bring up that last card. "And remember Carol, the last card is the alien card. We are going to have to build space-based weapons against aliens and all of it is a lie.

You only have to remember what scientist Steven Hawking told the world last year about an imminent ET invasion, to see that the story is already being spun.

Wernher Von Braun never spoke to me about any of the details that he knew related to extraterrestrials except that one day extraterrestrials were going to be identified as an enemy against whom we are going to build an enormous space-based weapons system. Wernher Von Braun actually told me that the spin was a lie-that the premise for space-based weaponry, the reasons that were going to be given, the enemies that we were going to identify-were all based on a lie.
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Anonymous said...

I love the site, and the subject, and am a believer, but the spin you put on some of these articles is downright dishonest. Hawking never said there was an "Imminent ET invasion", in fact he said nothing like that, only that IF any aliens were to find us, or encounter us in space, they'd likely be hostile and after our resources. Those are very different statements, also several of those movies you listed did not come out in the last 3 years. Invasion movies and books have never stopped since War of the Worlds, though they're have been times when they are more frequent than others. The fact is they sell, nothing more to it than that. I am an aspiring writer working on a story like this right now, i sure hope you don't label my writing as part of a government conspiracy. This is a respectable topic in need of real study, but it doesn't happen because so many of its pundits are too off the wall, to conspiracy minded, or slant artists, as you appear to try and be on here sometimes.

Anonymous said...

dont i hear steven hawkins sing in this movie?

Anonymous said...

We can only hope that someday a film maker with some balls will step up to the plate to make a movie based on what we in the ufo community know. We need some way to penetrate the general public with what is being hidden from the mass media. Wasn't there a film on HBO or some pay channel years ago that was based on ebe and or Roswell? I know deep down if a project like this were to get going, some agency would take down the project via threat or sabotage.

Anonymous said...

I personally believe that we have nothing to fear from extra terrestrials and that the threat of invasion is quite minimal...

Extra terrestrials could get as much water, metals, and other resources that they need from comets, asteroids, and barren planets; there would be no need for them to take it from this planet.

As intelligent beings their intention would quite likely be to study us as a species and our varying cultures, as that is the one thing that is unique to this planet, that they could not find anywhere else in the galaxy.

I believe all the fear-propaganda could quite likely be deliberate, as it would reinforce the governments' main argument not to disclose due to the threat of 'mass panic'.

I believe that they will not disclose due to their own fear of losing control over society; which that have wrapped neatly around their little finger.

The hints of disclosure may just be simply feeding us scraps off the table to keep us under control, like the masses.
Cause here we are, all looking to them, waiting for the next scrap of 'food' they feed us - hoping that they will eventually invite us to join them at the table.

Tony Hunter said...

Ok, I was expecting it to be about the 1942 incident... initially and some time ago. But after seeing the movie trailers I realized way before opening night that this movie was NOT about what really happened in 1942. Given that, I went to see the movie for what it was, a scifi thriller and in my opinion that's exactly what it was. Yes, it was the typical, fear-based, bad alien kind of flick, but it was definitely not a waste of money. I would like to see a movie based on the actual event and I would like to see more movies on the line of Contact, where the aliens are not out to get us, but only want our spiritual evolution to really jumpstart.

Anonymous said...

Lots of action non stop in this movie. Very entertaining, but it's not a documentary people.

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