Hideo Kojima Saves America with Bluepills in Death Stranding

Part 1

By Kyle B. Stiff

The world is a battlefield between rival ideologies and occult groups. As I watch movies and play games and break down their hidden meaning, I can usually depend on Japanese stories to be free of what we call “Illuminati” symbolism, whereas Hollywood movies push the symbolism so hard that it’s kind of a joke at this point. But Death Stranding is an interesting case because left-leaning Illuminati ideology is on full display.

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This will be a relatively spoiler-free breakdown that only covers the first half of the game. Please note that despite giving him a hard time, I am a huge fan of Hideo Kojima. Like a lot of artists who naturally pick up on cultural vibes, he’s allowed liberal indoctrination to slip through his AT Field and infect his brain. This doesn’t keep him from being an amazing entertainer, nor does it prevent Death Stranding from being a great and interesting game, but we have a duty to point out cringe when we see it.

I’m sure we can all agree that testosterone is a divine hormonal matrix that only some of us are blessed to wield. It grants the wielder the power to tell a story fearlessly, rather than doubt oneself endlessly until death comes to silence our fears. From the beginning of Death Stranding one can’t help but notice that Kojima is getting older and his testosterone levels are dropping. His Metal Gear Solid series had military dudes, bombastic soundtracks, bouncing tits, button-mashing during torture scenes, guys shitting themselves and getting stuffed into porta Johns, “Nanomachines, son!”, child soldiers committing based war crimes, babies born on the battlefield, and so on. Death Stranding tones it down a notch with sedate music and the idea that if somebody gets killed (or even dies), it results in a voidout that can destroy an entire city.

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Rather than a proper end for a wild ride, death is seen as a disaster, which is an opinion free of testosterone. Remember, being smart and avoiding danger may seem very clever, but in the end it can only get you in a nursing home, lying in bed trying to put together the pieces of an identity that is beyond repair. It is a fate fit only for bugmen.

Ah, but we were talking about the lefty perspective in Death Stranding, weren’t we? Let’s move on to characters!

 

President Bridget is Hillary Clinton

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Sam’s mother represents – of course – none other than Hillary Clinton. Not as a bug-eyed psychopath and queen of cringe, of course, but as the warm, empathic, and divine feminine Mother Goddess that liberals see her as. Her name, Bridget, signifies that she builds bridges, not walls, which is either inspirational or cringe depending on your perspective. Sam’s first mission, a very poignant slog in which he must carry his mother’s corpse to an incinerator, is reminiscent of the absolute dark night of the soul felt by liberals at having to bury the dream of Hillary as President. I’m trying to be diplomatic so I won’t comment on what the rain in this mission represents. Bridget (and Hillary) were supposed to put America back together again, and the people scrambling to keep her alive, and then cover up her death, represent the mainstream media going into overdrive spinning a narrative to galvanize the populace.

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Die-Hardman is Barack Obama

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The way this guy looks and carries himself is a great indicator of how liberals see Obama. Rather than the stuttering dufus who needed a teleprompter to speak to school children, or a low-T Indonesian married to a linebacker packing some serious cucumber, here we see Obama as a barrel-chested alpha who runs the UCA after Bridget’s unfortunate passing. As in real life, this guy just won’t go away. Also note that in his mask, Die-Hardman looks a lot like this alleged pic of Obama dressed as some kind of goofy Illuminati demon:

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Sam Bridges is an Everyman Boomer DOOMer

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Everyone living in the ruins of America is stuck isolated in bunkers, unable to connect with one another in person but addicted to texting page after page of nonsense for the player to trudge through, but Sam is a boomer who can get things done. If he was born in our era, he would mow the lawn at six in the morning, request seating in a restaurant, and pay off his kids’ credit card bills. He gets things done as only old people can.

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However, Sam lives in his own era, which means he’s contracted the same fatal autism that everyone else suffers. He’s afraid of physical contact, he has trouble communicating, and he even collects action figures. He wants to abandon the old world but he’s literally chained to his job. When Sam is given a BB (“baby”) and it starts having flashbacks to its real father, we get the sense that Sam is in an extremely bluepilled “my wife’s son” type of situation; however, Sam does have some old school backbone, because he’s the only man in the UCA who protests aborting the baby. He knows the baby is more than just equipment – or more than a clump of cells, as they say in our era.

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Now, don’t get me wrong about this bluepill stuff. I’m not saying that Kojima is a lefty NPC relentlessly pushing whatever Hollywood says must be pushed. Obviously he’s not, or his games would be unplayable. But as an artist, as a creative type, his brain is an antenna made for picking up on the cultural zeitgeist and then remixing it through the prism of his own unique self. All artists do this. Kojima was called to tell a story about the conflict happening in America right now, and since that conflict is so complicated, we are forced to pick sides so we can take narrative shortcuts. There’s nothing wrong with this; we have to be able to identify friend or foe at a glance, and that’s why our current conflict can be broken down into Redhats versus Bluehairs.

Unfortunately Kojima leans left in Death Stranding, which can be off-putting when gamers are in the mood for a heroic tale about a man slaying the enemies of America in a ritual of purification and reunion. Even though Kojima has revolutionized package handling gameplay just like he did stealth gameplay, a lot of gamers have been underwhelmed. And I can see why: Gaming is inherently redpilled and right wing. You can’t slay monsters and save the princess by bending over for them, otherwise you end up with something like Undertale – a sappy, sentimental mess with a notoriously toxic fan base. Considering its goofy level of pacifism, Death Stranding is dangerously close to crossing into territory where the unindoctrinated cannot go.

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But as I said earlier, protagonist Sam Bridges is not a total lefty strung out on mood enhancing drugs. Kojima makes an effort to turn Sam into a Christlike figure, whose blood is redemptive and capable of cleansing the nation. Just as Jesus Christ was able to drive out demons and unclean spirits, Sam’s blood can be used in an alchemical process to kill or drive off BTs, which are the spirits of the dead. (I may be wrong on BTs being ghosts since I haven’t finished the game yet.)

This is of course the heretical idea that people can save themselves. One NPC even explicitly says that he doesn’t believe in grace or miracles – only people. Which is like saying you believe in books but not authors. It’s peak liberal enlightenment. The only way to make it more liberal would be to have a drag queen telling it to a child during government-mandated storytime. Another NPC in a long, rambling email even calls Sam the Great Deliverer. It’s a throwaway line, but it makes sense for a materialist bugman to see the Amazon delivery guy as a messiah. I’m hoping that later on in the game we will be introduced to some characters who challenge Sam’s role as the Mail Messiah the same way the AI in MGS2 challenged Raiden’s belief that he was a real person rather than a mere video game character.

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Fragile Is Every “Basic Bitch” Liberal Wahmen

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Mainstream media is pushing bug-eating to the point where it’s become a meme. In order to get you eating bugs and living in a pod, they have to make it seem cool and futuristic rather than dystopian. Remember, as long as you have guns, they can’t make you do anything you don’t want to do. Once you demand that your own guns be taken away, then, of course, they can do anything they want to you. But the first few times Fragile meets Sam, she constantly forces bugs on him. She can’t stand to see a man not eating bugs like some kind of scavenging vermin! We’ve gone from MGS5’s alpha supreme Kazuhira Miller selling burgers pumped full of based chemicals to Sam eating maggots that turn him into a hormonally deficient pod-dwelling urbanite sipping Starbucks and hashtagging about Orange Man Bad!

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Fragile’s interview sums up the liberal mindset. I’ll print the entire paragraph because it has several eye-rolling moments…

“We once had a network spanning the whole wide world that could send items from anywhere to anywhere, and connect anyone with anything. But still we were isolated – still we were alone. Some liked it that way, and even wanted more. They wanted walls along their borders, wanted to turn away refugees and outsiders.”

Not only does the email accidentally acknowledge that connecting online does nothing to alleviate loneliness, there’s also the cringe misunderstanding that enforcing basic border control policy and protecting the people within a nation is somehow a moral outrage. In fact her interview kind of reminds me of a celebrity tweet, like Alyssa Milano crying to let her followers know they are supposed to get angry because the nation they live in hasn’t collapsed on schedule. Also the idea that letting in the third-world will somehow end our loneliness is a really low IQ take, since the American experiment has shown that ethnic groups tend to form impenetrable enclaves rather than interact in any meaningful way.

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One more thing about Fragile and her female nature. Not only is her superpower instantaneous travel (what woman wouldn’t kill for that ability?), but… and this is a SPOILER (until the end of the paragraph)… she is forced to run through a timefall mostly naked, so her body is unnaturally aged. MGTOW types who are beyond sick of women often talk about the Wall. Not Trump’s Wall, mind you, but the concept of the Wall is that when a woman’s beauty fades, her power comes to an end. It’s incredibly sad and is far beyond what your typical bluepilled lefty can handle. They desperately want to believe that beauty is a state of mind available to everyone rather than a genetic lottery win given only to a few. The truth is that not having it is a drag and losing it is devastating. Not gonna lie, I cried during that scene!

I’m looking forward to learning more about Higgs, the man who forced this fate on Fragile. Is he evil, or just a bitter incel who wanted to permanently end Fragile’s Instagram career?

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The BTs: Reconnecting with History Is Terrifying to the Bluepilled

The BTs are a surprisingly conservative threat. From my perspective as someone who hasn’t finished Death Stranding, I can only say what I currently know about BTs, but they seem to be the spirits of the dead interacting with the living. Interestingly enough, for a game about making connections and breaking down borders, the main enemy, BTs, are border-crossers who are so dangerous that America cannot exist as long as they exist. You have to choose one or the other: Get the United Cities of America up and running, or keep importing BTs. You can’t have both.

The symbolism is so obvious, they may as well be wearing sombreros and trafficking guns, drugs, and sex slaves!

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It’s also interesting to note that the arrival of BTs is marked by a reverse rainbow. It’s very telling that Kojima uses the “woke” symbol of public CBT parades and drag queen storytime to let the player know they are approaching a gateway to the world of death. I feel like the fact that blue is missing from the rainbow has something to do with Democrats losing control of their own ride down the slippery slope.

Could Kojima be channeling the reversal of the rainbow as America’s slide into a sexual free-for-all continues? Remember, this happened before, in Weimar Germany, where you could pay to experience any and every sexual kink – even stuff that we would consider progressive now. The grasping hands of the BTs become even more frightening when you consider that they might have in mind something far worse than killing you!

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There’s something for liberals to fear about BTs, too. Being dead, the BTs represent spirits of the past – dark spirits from dark times. Looking back at history is one of the great fears of the modern enlightened liberal. History is non-utopian, thus they can only view it through the lens of complete indoctrination, which says that all history is BAD. Taking a nuanced look at various groups of people trying to survive under conditions that were not ideal is not the strong suit of liberals. Just think of how many liberals (especially women) you have heard say they’re afraid to look into their family tree because they might find Nazis or KKK members – the ultimate boogeymen of children raised on Hollywood movies!

That also makes chirality in general a very shocking idea in such a bluepilled story. Once the United Cities of America is reconnected, theoretically anything from the past could be 3D-printed. That means that the key to saving America (and the world) lies in reconnecting with history. From a liberal perspective, this makes absolutely no sense. Why would you want to reconnect with something that wasn’t progressive and isn’t the current year? But from a conservative standpoint, it makes total sense: You have to reconnect to a time that made sense, to a time when we knew what worked, in order to have a solid foundation on which to build the future.

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Stranded from the Almighty

In the world of Death Stranding, much like our own, communities have broken down and people live in isolation. They are addicted to mood-enhancing drugs just like we are. People are no longer hormonally capable of creating something as simple as oxytocin, a “cuddling hormone” used for social bonding, and must take a synthetic version. Because zoomers did not heed the wisdom of boomers regarding “cell phone bad” most people can only interact through “chiralgrams” or holographic facetime vids. Every NPC seems bland and lifeless until you walk away, then they bombard you with texts littered with emojis.

Kojima’s depiction of humanity gone insane is surprisingly subtle given his track record of over-the-top characters. When you consider games like BioShock where everyone infected by the Hot Topic virus becomes a juggalo clown from the dark carnival, or Badlands where cringe behavior is considered the norm, a story about people becoming asexual genderless freaks afraid to form bonds with one another and are no longer breeding is surprisingly and subtly redpilled. If Death Stranding showed unlimited immigration and ethnic groups forming uncommunicative enclaves and a “hatespeech” police force cracking down on people who point out the obvious, we could even say that Death Stranding is the redpilled game of 2019, especially since Doom Eternal’s release date has been pushed to 2020.

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Or not. Death Stranding is incredibly interesting but it is definitely not redpilled. It’s about connecting people, but broken people who connect with other broken people only find ruin and regret. This may seem odd to the modern gamer, a technophile with an unexamined love of science and who seriously believes they have outgrown the need for ritual and tradition and the rough traits that turned their ancestors into survivors rather than bugmen, but anyone who drifts so far from their own creator that they believe they were created by accident will of course end up on mood-altering medication. Mental illness is the inevitable result of distance from the mysterious force that sustains us. To the modern gamer who collects Star Wars figurines and anime memorabilia much like a Death Stranding MULE collects packages while “jacked up on a cargo high”, the drift into darkness and depression is subtle and seemingly inevitable. There is of course the sustaining belief that if we can just make it through the darkness of Kali Yuga we will eventually arrive at a utopian Star Trek future, but oddly enough, this belief is more fervent and unconscious than anything practiced in a seemingly-backward traditional community.

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More to come! As I continue my journey through the game, I’m hoping Higgs and Cliff Unger will give me more of a right-wing take on Death Stranding. I’m really looking forward to reaching the west coast and meeting what they call “crazy men” or homo demens. Leave it to Kojima to have “gay demons” waiting for the player in California!

 

Part 2: The End of Death Stranding: Occult Bluepill Black Magic vs. Big Jesus 5.56 MAGA Rounds

Hello, Illuminati! Can I Please Watch a Godzilla Movie Without Your Dumb Ideas in It? Thank You!

By Kyle B. Stiff

“Sure would be nice to watch a movie that isn’t full of Illuminati symbolism!” This is what I said to myself when I rented Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Considering the fact that it’s a big budget Hollywood movie made in an era when the war of ideas is just a few false flag attacks away from turning into an actual civil war, I should have known I wouldn’t be able to retreat into fantasy without the elites giving the ol’ “let’s indoctrinate Kyle” idea at least one more try.

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Even though the unnameable “powers that be” seem to be losing their grip on the world, let’s go through their latest pet project in the interest of keeping tabs on them, shall we? Also, please note that I will be referring to them as the “Illuminati” just because it’s a popular term. They don’t really call themselves that, of course. Also please keep in mind that despite dozens of other blog pieces about this very same thing, the LAST thing I want to be doing is documenting still more Illuminati influence in popular culture. These people are self-important degenerates, their ideas are stale and don’t work in the real world, at this point even low IQ normies are starting to catch on to this demon-worshipping blackmail cult, and truth be told I’m sick of them and sick of noticing how they ruin what could be great projects. There are a lot of awesome fight scenes in Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and some interesting takes on the various monsters, plus I fell in love with Mothra, so there’s hope for Hollywood yet. That is, there’s hope as long as the Illuminati keep losing ground. I’m looking forward to an age when we won’t have to deal with these weird freakshows trying to influence every single movie and music video!

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In older Godzilla movies, Godzilla often fought monsters who really had it in for us. So even though nobody in the movies really liked Godzilla, protagonists were forced to accept that at least he could occasionally defend us from worse monsters. Times being what they are, when evil is good but stupid is even better, Godzilla: King of the Monsters is full of characters who worship Godzilla (or other monsters) and want humanity to be wiped out, or at least drastically reduced in number. And I’m not just talking about the bad guys!

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Population reduction is a huge tip-off that this is an Illuminati production, as that’s become one of their core ideals. If you’ve ever wondered why so many stories seem to revolve around “humans bad, nature good,” it’s because the religion of the Illuminati is based on hatred toward humans. Their upbringing includes some pretty intense abuse, so their hatred of humans may be understandable. They’re obsessed with the idea that human beings are a “virus” and that the earth is sick of us. Once you spot this philosophy in movies, you’ll start noticing it more and more often. If you’re not the kind of person who is easily indoctrinated, it can be really annoying seeing such a dumb idea pushed as if it’s common sense!

In fact, if you’re shaking your head as you read this, and you’re thinking, “Oh my God we MUST reduce human population!” then congratulations! Your bitchass has been indoctrinated!

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The Asian lady on the science team helps frame this idea from a mythological perspective: In western civilization, we slay dragons, but in eastern civilization, they worship them. The idea is framed in such a way that we are struck by the wisdom of the Orient, and feel a knee-jerk response of “aw shucks, we always got it all backwards!” Thing is, we don’t have it backwards, as an entire planet full of failed states once looked to the West for inspiration regarding ideas that help nations thrive. Ideologically speaking, dragons, and in fact all monsters, must be slain in service to humanity. This scene, in which our main protagonist finds out that the Asian lady on his team is a monster-worshipping nutjob, should have been creepy and disconcerting. The fact that she outs herself as an indoctrinated psychopath and nobody throws her off the ship tells us a lot about the kind of people putting this movie together.

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Now that I think about it, there was not just one monster-worshipping Asian in this movie, but two. Doctor Serizawa was a lizard-worshipping weirdo who wanted to die for the entire duration of the film. Like a man-made messiah he had a look of stoic resignation, no doubt horrified by so many years of being forced to live alongside “awful” humans when all he wanted to do was die in service to Godzilla. While watching the awkward scene in which he was finally able to sacrifice himself so that Godzilla could live, I could hear the emotional intensity of the music, so I understood that I was supposed to care, but I didn’t. This guy was a middle-aged doctor, so I’m assuming he taught at a university and had spent decades making kids feel guilty for being human. I used to deal with guys like him in the philosophy department all the time. It’s like, okay Guy, I get it, Communism didn’t work out – now you either need to get over it or hang yourself, and put us both out of your misery!

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Doctor Serizawa says, “Godzilla is the key to coexistence being possible.” In terms of the movie’s story, he says this because he believes that Godzilla can keep all the other monsters in check. But in terms of the Illuminati turning this movie into one of their brain-washing projects, I can’t help but think that this has to do with the weird “diversity” programming that these cultists are obsessed with. They can’t just let nations exist as they are, and let each ethnic group interact (or not interact) however they want. It bothers them to no end. Since these Illuminati cultists worship reptilians (among other weird shit), I think this idea of Godzilla being the key to coexistence is about the gods or spirits that the Illuminati worship as the key to human coexistence. This is completely wrong, of course, because we know from history that every pagan god demands human sacrifice at some point, and pagan societies are no more peaceful than any other. But, still, it’s interesting to see them play their hand concerning their reptilian-enforced diversity religion. Nobody wants diversity except these weirdos who live in gated communities, in fact diversity inevitably leads to conflict, but still, the Illuminati’s reptilian demon-gods demand it, thus “diversity is our strength” I guess!

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The name of the science team our protagonist joins is called Monarch. This is a reference to a type of MK ULTRA mind control programming. It’s blatant. If you don’t see it, or somehow haven’t noticed this in a billion movies and music videos, then don’t worry about it – you never will! I’ve been seeing this stuff for decades; it’s obvious that these people are proud of their ability to turn a human being into a mind-controlled automaton. Which is funny, when you think about it, because there are limitless ways to ruin a person’s mind and turn them into a shadow of what they could have been, but it’s incredibly difficult to turn a person into the highest and best version of themselves. In fact, we don’t even know of one sure-fire method of doing the latter. So why oh WHY are these weirdos who so desperately want to control us so freaking obsessed with their ability to ruin a human being by turning them into a “useful idiot”?

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One scene shows a recording of a happy family having fun while dressed up as bears. This is going to be a stretch, but there’s a wild theory that Bill Cooper of Behold a Pale Horse fame was not just a conspiracy theorist, but the descendant of some kind of noble family line important to the Illuminati; the person pushing this theory happened to notice that Bill Cooper throws around an inordinate amount of “bear” references in the introduction to Behold a Pale Horse, as well as a few other things. It’s an interesting theory, but ultimately, who cares? The era of conspiracy theory in which we had to decode Illuminati symbolism in order to figure them out and track their movements is at an end. We already know what they believe in, and besides, they’ve become blatant in their broadcasting. Now we just keep tabs on them. These people have contributed shockingly little to the human story, and nobody cares about Illuminati bloodlines except for indoctrinated Illuminati cultists. So there’s no need to dwell on the bear symbolism; let’s just note that it’s there and move on.

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However, it is interesting to note that the mother in that happy scene later became a dried-up, unhappy, career-oriented woman who not only destroyed her own family, but also wanted to destroy the entire world by joining a bunch of lefty eco-terrorists. It’s a surprisingly based take on the failed mother archetype when, taken together with all the other Illuminati ideals, you’d think she would be the star and savior of humanity! In the end, she did end up sacrificing herself (the Illuminati obsession with mimicking the Christ mythos) and even said, “Hail the king” (or something like that). Is this an admission that feminazi ideals serve the reptilian overlords?

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There’s an occasional glimpse of Christian symbolism that juxtaposes oddly with the Illuminati reptilian-worship diversity-cult symbolism. When King Ghidorah ascends to the “throne” of a volcano and roars in triumph, a Christian cross is shown in the city below. It’s prominent enough to let the viewer know that King Ghidorah stands opposed to the Christian ideals of the common man. This shot would make perfect sense if Hollywood wasn’t controlled by dual-citizenship types who hate the country they live in and despise Christian values, so I’m not quite sure what it’s doing in an Illuminati movie like this one. Maybe it’s just a statement that the reptilians stand opposed to the creator of the universe beloved by much of mankind?

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There’s also a bit of Christian symbolism when Godzilla falls to the earth. This is a direct reference to the Book of Revelation, when Michael casts the dragon, or Satan, out of heaven with a third of his angels. They fall to the earth like falling stars. Of course, both King Ghidorah and Godzilla are stand-ins for reptilians, so this may be indicative of reptilian in-fighting rather than an assertion that King Ghidorah is some kind of angel. Ultimately, they’re all demons.

In fact, the 2014 Godzilla movie made it clear that the monsters were demons. There was no Illuminati symbolism in that movie (at least, none that I could see, and these people are usually pretty blatant about this stuff). Seeing the monsters fight in the 2014 Godzilla movie was like watching demons locked in eternal combat in hell, a nightmarish glimpse of burning black pits where no human would ever want to go. It was intense and made the soldiers’ HALO jump that much more heroic.

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There’s another piece of symbolism that makes me wonder if maybe the creators of this film are not one hundred percent on board with the failing Illuminati agenda. It’s subtle, but it’s there. Right before the final battle, there’s a burst of wind, and it causes an American flag to stand at attention. God is often symbolized as wind, as He gives the “breath of life” to living things. Instead of the Illuminati asserting that nation-states are stupid and outdated, as they tend to constantly remind us, here we see a symbol of America being reawakened by the breath of God. Is this an admission that the Illuminati know they’re in trouble?

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Actually, it could be a strong indicator that much of this movie is the product of an oracle who isn’t necessarily loyal to Christian or Illuminati ideals. I think lots of creative types are oracles. I see this in my own stories, where a supposedly simple “good guys versus bad monsters” story will end up having unexpected prophetic bits in it. This happens in fiction fairly often. It’s not that these stories can predict the future and help us avoid bad outcomes, they’re just snapshots of an aether full of swirling images projected from a higher realm that we can’t really understand. It’s been said by people wiser than me: The creative mind is something we don’t understand, and yet everything we have comes from creativity.

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Anyway, I’ll close with a palette cleanser. Mothra stole the show. I think I love her! She’s beautiful and graceful, and has a “heavenly” presence that made me choke up a little bit. What a shocking contrast with the aura of infernal rage of the other monsters! She’s a bad biddy and can’t be manipulated by King Ghidorah’s “fake alpha” call that tricks the other monsters. She’s noticeably smaller than the other monsters, too, and delicate, but she’s got plenty of tricks and sass that she uses in battle, and (SPOILER) she even sticks by her man to the bitter end – a rare quality in this era of abandoned families and societal breakdown!

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I vaguely remember seeing Mothra in the Godzilla movies of my youth, but I was never that into her. I always liked the BDSM Hellraiser-tier monsters like Gigan. But now that I’m older and my T-levels are dropping, I can’t get over that cutie Mothra! As my sanity weakens and I continue rambling on about reptilians and the Illuminati, I’ll probably snap and start dressing like one of the girls who used to sing to Mothra and summon her in the older movies. You’ll be able to find me at random bus stops in my colorful attire, singing and dancing as I desperately try to summon a giant moth who can save us all.

 

What does Frank Herbert’s Dune have to do with modern conspiracy theory?

Many, many connections are made between the seemingly disparate subjects of Frank Herbert’s classic science fiction masterpiece and the world of modern conspiracy theory when Kyle B. Stiff, a conspiracy theorist nutjob extraordinaire, is on the case. Humor his deluded ass and take a look at the ravings of a failed Kwisatz Haderach by clicking here.

Art by Bill Sienkiewicz.

Art by Bill Sienkiewicz.