English: The photograph image of Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) at age 34. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Not sure who recommended this movie first, but I thoroughly enjoyed it and thank all who said watch it.
It’s truly a great movie. If you are in to understanding deception (and if you are a fakeologist, you are), then you’ll love this movie.
It is fully of beautiful people (Bale, Jackman, and Scarlett Johnansson, Caine), so your eyes will enjoy it and your mind will bend with it.
My main problem with the movie is I can’t sort out the Tesla angle. I can’t tell if he was real or not. Was he another Einstein, around which a story was crafted? Did Tesla really have an invention that was ended by TPTB? For the longest time I believed he had the technology that allowed magical things, and that lent itself to the Judy Wood fantasy weapon without a name.
The move is fully of great quotes. So many could be applied to 9/11 and fakeology.
Anonjedi made a great post on how the agents used in psyops might work:
1) It makes more sense to have some real people “within the community” acting as agents who are hired several years in advance of the psyop to begin planting roots and creating a back story. They infiltrate the community and now everyone in the area knows who they are and can say “I knew Robbie Parker” or “my kid played with Dylan Hockley, they lived 2 miles away” even though nobody actually really knows who these people are, where they are from or for whom they are working. Part of their job is to plant roots in the community, lay low and be a good sleeper agent until called upon. If there are at least several hundred people who say that they interacted with these people in real life, a simulation argument will sound insane to them and out goes the baby with the bathwater. Meanwhile, the sims are reserved for other entities (like the Lanzas perhaps).