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The Sicilian, Mind Control and The Bluebird of Happiness
A discovery of metaphoric symbolism in the film The Sicilian, the theme of communism, and the link to CIA mind control operations from the late 1940's.
Economist Mark Faber recently said during an interviewthat property in Italy could be bought fairly cheap these days if you're willing and able to “use a hammer”, meaning you're going to have to do some renovation work if you have the energy and resources to embark on such a project.
Having decided to check out his claim for myself, I happened by chance to be having a virtual tour through the streets of the Sicilian town of Montelepre - located in the mountains of northern Sicily on the outskirts of Palermo. While making my way up Via Castrenze di Bella I noticed a plaque on the wall at No.191. It was difficult to make out at first, but it had what seemed like a familiar name on it. Oh, someone of note maybe?
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This is the birthplace of Salvatore Guiliano (now La casa-museo di Salvatore Giuliano). It didn't click at first - I recognised the name but had completely forgotten who he was. Salvatore Guiliano was of course 'The [real] Sicilian' who was portrayed in the novel by Mario Puzo (author of The Godfather), first published in 1984, and the subsequent film,based on the book, directed by Michael Cimino (1987).
Never having given it much thought before, I decided to watch the movie ('The Sicilian') again. This time, with a critical eye paying close attention, knowing what I know now that there is usually some symbolism hidden in plain sight and with some underlying message.
The Bandit was born in Montelepre in 1922 to Salvatore and Maria Lombardo, a relatively wealthy peasant family. His father was forced to emigrate to the United States, and on several occasions managed to buy various pieces of land around Montelepre, and returned to cultivate the land in the year of his son's birth.
On September 2, 1943 at Quarto Molino di San Giuseppe Jato, while transporting a load of grain with a horse and cart, Salvatore ran into a patrol of Carabinieri (Italian police). He was charged with violating regulations, which would have resulted in the confiscation of the load of grain. This confrontation ended in a gunfight, with one of the Carabinieri being killed by shots fired from Giuliano's revolver. Although events surrounding the incident vary, this nevertheless marked the beginning of Giuliano's life as a fugitive in the mountains.
Giuliano's activities became increasingly political, and he began to be seen as a champion of the poor and oppressed. After a series of robberies, prison breaks and battles with the Carabinieri, Giuliano became a local hero with the people of Sicily. As Mario Puzo described him in his book, he was "adored as a man they all dreamed of becoming" and acclaimed as a great General, loved and admired for his courage and generosity. He became known as 'The Bandit" who had a passionate desire to liberate the local peasant farmers from the subjugation of the wealthy Italian landowners by re-distributing the land. He was rumored to have links with the Communist Party and to be planning a rebellion against the government.
Was he a Communist?
His people were poor and hungry while the wealthy Italian landowners sat on vast areas of land that wasn't being cultivated. As portrayed in the film, he believed in freedom and the 'American Dream'. Apparently, he wanted President Truman to recognise Sicily, not only as independent from Rome, but to become an additional state of The United States of America, believing (perhaps naively) that this might alleviate the problems facing the poor peasant farmers of Sicily.
Whereas Guiliano's dream to have the land redistributed from the rich to the poor can certainly be described as a socialist ideal on the one hand, on the other was his desire to be a part of Truman's American democracy, which was against Soviet communism, as evidenced by The Truman Doctrine.
Driven by a sense of injustice, Guiliano simply wanted his people to have the means to feed themselves, to be free from subjugation and to prosper with a higher standard of living. Moreover, he was prepared to fight for the cause, and he did.
There are certain scenes in the film, which I believe are symbolic and therefore merit attention. It seems obvious to me that someone involved in the production of The Sicilian wanted to draw attention to something significant or important for some reason. Who though? And why? Was it the director Cimino, the producer or one of the writers? I'm not entirely sure and can only speculate, although I will discuss more on that later.
Many of you familiar with the esoteric will already know that most movies contain occult symbolism, subliminal messaging and predictive programing of some sort or another. If you didn't know that, don't take my word for it - seek and ye shall find. The plot usually has an agenda, some angle or ideology they want to program into the mind of the masses, and there is almost always some hidden message in most (if not all) Hollywood produced movies in particular. Jay Dyer has written two books on the subject (see 'Esoteric Hollywood: Sex, Cults and Symbols in Film'), although I haven't actually read them yet, I've had a brief scan of the contents to see what films he focuses on. Unless I'm mistaken I don't see The Sicilian listed, but please correct me if I'm wrong.
The most surprising thing, for me at least, is that no one else to my knowledge seems to have noticed what I've discovered in The Sicilian. At least I've not managed to find any reference to it anywhere, despite a fairly thorough search. Now it could be that I've missed something, and if any one of you reading this can find genuine evidence of someone else having found what I've discovered before me (prior to the date of the publishing of this piece), then I will happily stand corrected.
So, with that said - down the Sicilian, Bluebird rabbit hole we go.
The following image is a screenshot from the film The Sicilian directed by Michael Cimino (included here for educational purposes courtesy of Gladden Entertainment / 20th Century Fox).
There are at least four main items in particular to be discussed within this clip that lasts for barely two seconds. It's from the scene, approximately 59 minutes in,where Guiliano and some members of his army gate crashes a dinner party, hosted by the duchess, and attended by her wealthy landowner guests. He announces that he has come for their jewels, then escorts the duchess to her bedroom to get her stash while the others relieve the guests of their valuables. The gems belonging to the duchess are contained within a box, which he lays on the table next to the 78 records and magazines. There is so much contained within this image it was difficult to know where to start in terms of rabbit holes.
The main items are as follows:
The word ‘BLUEBIRD’ on the record sleeve (and record label);
The Vogue magazine cover (and main article within);
The mysterious dark-haired woman in the picture to the right;
[Betrayal and the cat in the mountains - see 2nd still shot];
The Glenn Miller 78 record.
What I will attempt to show is that most of the items highlighted above are not only related to each other, but are, in my view, related to mind control in some way.
You might be thinking this was merely a coincidence and it was just the name of the record label at the time, right? Indeed it was, and it was also the name of the famous jet-propelled Bluebird-Proteus CN7 “ technologically advanced wheel-driven land speed record-breaking car, driven by Donald Campbell…”, as well as a plethora of other unrelated things. However, when it comes to the esoteric I don't believe in coincidences, especially when they’re all piled up on top of each other in the same place, in the same movie all at the same time. And on a side note, isn't it interesting that it also happens to be the logo associated with a well-known social media platform that was recently purchased by Elon Musk?
What we are concerned with here is our attention being drawn to the name BLUEBIRD, and its connection with PROJECT BLUEBIRD to the film in the context of mind control and the political theme of communism. The recording by Glenn Miller itself may be relevant, as are the magazine covers, which I will get to a little bit later.was the first fully integrated mind control program to be conducted by the CIA from 1949 to 1951, which is also the time period within which the film was set. It is worth noting that Bluebird preceded PROJECT MK-ULTRA, which began afterwards in 1953. Previously classified documents, such as the ones below confirm the project's funding approval and 'stated' purpose focusing on hypnosis and developing behaviour modification techniques as a means of preventing agency employees from providing intelligence to adversaries while under duress.
For clarity, to quote from the above document, it states:
was the covert operation wing of the CIA. Created as a department of the CIA in 1948, it operated independently until October 1950. The OPC existed until 1 August 1952, when it was merged with the Office of Special Operations (OSO) to form the Directorate of Plans (DDP).
The purpose of this project is to provide for the immediate establishment of interrogation teams for the operational support of OSO and OPC activities. The teams will utilise the polygraph, drugs and hypnotism to attain the greatest results in interrogation techniques. It is important that this project be established in as much as a considerable public and government interest has recently developed in the use of hypnotism for interrogation and for personality control purposes.
Within a number of areas of CIA there has developed considerable interest in the field of hypnotism and one of the basic purposes of this program is to bring all such interests within the purview and control of a single project. It is extremely important that any action by CIA in these fields be restricted to the knowledge of a minimum number of persons on a Top Secret basis to prevent compromise and unfavorable repercussions.
The immediate purpose of the program is to provide interrogation teams utilising the cover of polygraph interrogation to determine the bona fides of high potential defectors and agents, and also for the collection of incidental intelligence from such projects. A team is to be composed of three persons consisting of a doctor - psychiatrist, a polygraph - hypnotist, and a technician.
The OPC was preceded by the Special Procedures Group (SPG), whose creation in March 1948 had been authorized in December 1947 with President Harry Truman's approval of the top-secret policy paper NSC 4-A. SPG was located within the CIA's Office of Special Operations (OSO),the CIA department responsible for intelligence collection, and was first used to influence the Italian election of 1948, a policy success which demonstrated that psychological/political warfare could be the key to winning the Cold War.
According to Wikispooks:
One of the first covert operations conducted by OPC was to spread unrest in Communist countries. To that end, OPC agents went into Albania where they tried to start a revolution. Their operation was a dismal failure and most of the agents were captured. It was later claimed that Kim Philby, was responsible for identifying many of the OPC agents to the Albanian secret service.
Apparently the idea was borne out of the perceived need (or threat) to counteract what was thought to be the brainwashing used on prisoners of war during the Korean War. It was observed that returning POW's were traumatised and making bizarre pro-communist statements as a result of intensive brainwashing by the north Koreans.
It has been argued since that the real purpose may have been more related to developing effective torture techniques and the quest for potential Manchurian Candidates (or mind-controlled assassins) as well as initial research into trauma based mind control.
Dr. Colin Ross is a psychiatrist, internationally renowned researcher, author and lecturer. In addition to The CIA Doctors and Military Mind Control, he is also author of Project Bluebird, in which he exposes unethical experiments conducted by psychiatrists to create amnesia, new identities, hypnotic access codes, and new memories in the minds of experimental subjects. His research is based on 15,000 pages of documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act. Dr. Ross is a past president of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation. He is the founder and President of the Colin A. Ross Institute for Psychological Trauma.
There are two things to note here. First, the cold war between the US and western allies, and the Soviet Union pretty much began immediately following the end of WW2 with geopolitical tensions ramping up throughout the late 40's and 50's. In particular, and relevant to our discussion was that 'McCarthyism'- accusations of subversion and treason, related to anarchism, communism, and socialism was rife around the time The Sicilian was made.
The second thing is to do with a bookI've just finished reading, and started reading just prior to having made this poignant and synchronistic find. It's astonishing how these things start effortlessly falling into place. Sometimes things are just too coincidental to be anything other than synchronicity in action.
The Blue Bird of Happiness
Early on in his book 'Tavistock Institute - Social Engineering the Masses', Daniel Estulin wrote a section on 'The Blue Bird of Happiness', an expression which I had never heard of prior to reading his book. It was before my time and apparently became a saying in the early 20th Century borne from the work of Belgian Nobel prize-winning author and symbolist dramatist Maurice Maeterlinckin his play 'The Blue Bird' (1908).
First performed by the Moscow Art Theatre in 1908,the six part fairy tale play features two young children Mytyl and Tyltyl who, while asleep on Christmas Eve enter a dream wherein they embark on an allegorical journey in search for the 'Blue Bird of Happiness'.
Maeterlinck immersed himself into the Symbolismthat originated with a group of French poets in the late 19th century when he met the leaders of the movement while studying law at the University of Ghent. He then abandoned his law studies to focus on literature and was no doubt influential in the advancement of the Symbolist movement when it spread to the theatre.
His most notable work Pelléas et Mélisande (1892), produced in Paris at the avant-garde Théâtre de l’Oeuvreby the director Aurélien Lugné-Poë, is considered to be the unquestioned masterpiece of Symbolist drama, and provided the basis for an opera in 1902 by Claude Debussy. Although Maeterlinck wrote many other works, The Blue Bird was the only one that rivalled Pelléas et Mélisande in terms of popularity.
It is quite clear in his book that Daniel Estulin is convinced beyond doubt that The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations was not only aware of this work by Maeterlinck, but had used it as the basis for devising Project Bluebird for the CIA.
The Cat and The Betrayal
'The Blue Bird' was later made into a film (1940)starring the young Shirley Temple as Mytyl.
Mytyl is a bit of a spoiled selfish brat who is unhappy because her parents are poor and can't afford luxuries like the other wealthy family who lives in the village. On Christmas Eve she is visited in a dream by a fairy named Berylune who sends her and her brother Tyltyl on a journey to search for the Blue Bird of Happiness.
Before they set off on their adventure, Berylune magically transforms their dog Tylo and cat Tylette into human form. She also converts the lantern into human form to be their guiding light for the journey. They are instructed to look everywhere for the 'bird that is blue', including to the land of memories in the past where they meet their dearly departed grandparents, and into the future to the land of yet-to-be-born children where they meet their future sister.
There is treachery at various points along the way caused by Tylette the cat who tells lies about the others to the trees in the royal forest. She gets the trees (also in human form) all so angry, worked up and fearful that they decide that the humans must be destroyed because they have a propensity to destroy the forest by chopping down trees (Mytyl and Tyltyl's father is a woodcutter). Apparently the reason Tylette does this is because she doesn't want to go back to living as a cat in animal form in the service to humans to be enslaved by man. This is revealed when she attempts to get Tylo the dog on her side to work with her. Of course Tylo being a typical loyal and obedient dog will have none of it stating that man should always be their master.
Tylette the cat represents betrayal and is portrayed as sly, nasty and vindictive, but is eventually consumed in the forest fire for her evil deeds. Spoiler alert: once the dream is finished, she returns home to be alive and well as an animal cat once again.
Returning to The Sicilian.
Massacre and Betrayal (False Flag)
From 1889 to 1894 the Fasci Siciliani dei Lavoratori (Sicilian Workers Federation or League) was a democratic and socialist movement borne out of the frustration and discontent of the poorest working classes of Sicily. The Fasci sought to establish new rights to bring about an end to exploitation by securing fair land rents, higher wages, lower taxes and the distribution of land that had been misappropriated by the elite landowners. When their demands to the landowners and mine operators were rejected, this resulted in open revolt involving strikes bordering on violent insurrection.
The proprietors and landowners asked the government to intervene, and Prime Minister Francesco Crispi (who was, incidentally, a close friend and supporter of Guiseppe Mazzini) declared a state of emergency in January 1894, dissolving the organizations, arresting its leaders and restoring order through the use of extreme force.that is reported to have resulted in 11 civilians having been killed. The chronicles report that Giuliano's men, who were posted on the surrounding high ground in the mountains, opened fire on the crowd that had gathered to celebrate the socialist movement. In addition to the dead there were reportedly around 27 or more wounded.
It should be noted that although the search for the instigators never arrived at any firm conclusions, the blame was laid squarely on Guiliano. I suspect that what was portrayed in the film may have been closer to the truth in that Guiliano was betrayed by his own men who fired on the civilians, and that Guiliano had simply ordered them to shoot above their heads. Guiliano appears to have been betrayed for political reasons that gave the Government authorities in Rome the excuse they needed to put an end to Guiliano's reign as the “Lord of the Mountains”, and at the same time appease the socialists.
Indeed, the massacre event that happened on 1st May 1947 led eventually to the downfall of Guiliano who was later shot, allegedly by his best friend, although the authorites made out that he was killed in a shoot out with soldiers.
This brings us to the second discovery in a scene from The Sicilian I wish to mention. The scene in the still shot below relates to Guiliano's betrayal and is the funeral procession scene of the civilians that were killed in the massacre of Portella della Ginestra.
Still 2 - The Cat Face in the Mountains
Now if you look closely at the rock face of the mountains in the background, you can clearly see the face of a cat, on the rocks in the upper third, left hand quadrant, just above one of the gravestones. Do you see it? The cat is watching the procession. Isn't that something?
As soon as I saw that scene, I knew there was something about that backdrop, the rocks seemed a little too artificial, and sure enough there it was. And yes, it very definitely is a cat's face - of that there is no doubt. This is no accident or coincidence. That cat has been put there deliberately and is in the original film - you can go and see it for yourself.Once again, it is the cat that symbolises the betrayal of Guiliano and also the betrayal in the dream sequence in the Blue Bird film.
How do we know that?
Because Tylette the cat was played by Gale Sondergaard.
Now we turn to the item that validated my theory of the link between the two films: The Sicilian and The Blue Bird, and by extension our attention being drawn to Project Bluebird beyond any shadow of a doubt.
The cover of the Vogue magazine in the first still shot shows a woman who is looking into a mirror 'Through the Looking Glass' in the direction of the mysterious woman with dark hair. This particular edition of Vogue is from March 1st. 1948, and the title of the main article within this edition is 'Through the Looking Glass... in Haiti'. I checked the Vogue archive.Here is the full cover pic that was mostly hidden in the still shot:
Not sure who the woman is on the cover of Vogue who is looking into the mirror, but it sure looks a lot like Audrey Hepburn? However, here she is once again in the first still shot looking through the looking glass towards the mysterious woman with dark hair:
Now if you look again at the still shot from The Sicilian scene, there is a picture of a woman with dark hair to the right of the vinyl record sleeve and to the right of the Vogue magazine. I've examined the face of this woman very closely and I'm certain that the woman in the still shot is in fact Gale Sondergaard.
The eyebrows, shape of her lips, ears, jawline and face are of the same actress. Gale Sondergaard played the part of Tylette the cat in the film with Shirley Temple and appears in both films, albeit very briefly within our two-second clip in The Sicilian.She was offered the part but apparently turned it down. The producers wanted an old ugly witch and so proposed that they be creative with makeup so that Gale could fit the part. But she was too beautiful and didn't agree to be made ugly believing it might affect her future career. Although she may have regretted that decision given the subsequent popularity of the film, in my view I think she did the right thing and showed integrity by refusing the part. Even although as Tylette the cat in The Blue Bird clearly wasn't her most challenging role, she was underrated as an actress in my opinion.
So what is the significance of this?
In my view, and for some reason, we are being directed to focus our attention on Gale Sondergaard. The woman on the cover of Vogue is staring 'Through the Looking Glass' (reference to Alice in Wonderland) at Gale Sondergaard. Why?
Apart from the obvious reference to Project BLUEBIRD linking the two films (vis-a-vis her inclusion in The Sicilian still shot next to the Bluebird label, and as Tylette the cat in The Blue Bird), another reason could be to do with Sondergaard's husband - American screenwriter and film director Herbert J. Biberman,who just happened to be one of the Hollywood Ten. was a blacklist of entertainment industry (Hollywood) executives who were accused of being communists, which was instituted on November 25, 1947. The following day ten writers and directors were cited for contempt of Congress for refusing to testify before the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC).
Once again what we have here is a reference to communism, the year 1947 and the start of the cold war, which seems to be a common denominator throughout this analysis. Remember, the CIA itself was established on July 26, 1947 when President Harry Truman signed the National Security Act into law. So, there was the threat of communism aka ‘The Red Scare’, the start of the cold war and the establishment of the CIA all happening at around the same time in 1947.
Glenn Miller (1904 - 1944)
It is difficult to overstate how culturally significant and popular Glenn Miller and his orchestra were during the war years of the 1940's. By late 1942, Alton Glenn Miller had become the entertainment industry's top selling recording artist in America. In the space of four years, Miller had made no less than sixteen number one records, sixty-nine top ten hits and two motion pictures.
The Miller big band sound was so iconic of the era, and considered to be so essential to morale for the war effort that in May 1944, the Supreme Commander of Allied Forces in Europe, General Dwight D. Eisenhower, requested the transfer of Miller and his orchestra to staff a new radio service for the allies in London - the Allied Expeditionary Forces Programme of the BBC.
The emotive theories behind the disappearance of Capt. Alton Glenn Millerin December 1944, while flying across the English Channel to France, are beyond the scope of this piece. The subject matter is deep and wide, and so I consider it best left for others to debate. Very briefly the official story somehow concluded that the engine carburettors of the Noorduyn C-64 “Norseman” aircraft froze, thereby causing it to crash into the Channel waters. But there are anomalies that give rise to unanswered questions surrounding the official narrative.
For example, apparently, no SOS signals were picked up despite the plane being equipped with good quality radio equipment. The plane and bodies of the occupants, including that of Glenn Miller, were never found. There was an allied bombing campaign happening at the same time, with bombers flying overhead across the Channel. Some of the bombers had to jettison their bombs in order to land safely, and a bomber pilot later described how one of his bombs accidentally dropped onto a Norseman plane causing it to crash. Was this a cover up? Without the plane wreckage, who knows for sure what actually happened?
Be that as it may, the producers of The Sicilian felt it necessary to include a Glenn Miller record in our still shot from the duchess bedroom scene. Although adversaries, Guilano and the duchess quickly develop a soft spot for each other, dance to the Miller big band sound of ‘A String of Pearls’ and end up making love.
A String of Pearls - Day Dreaming
It is interesting to note that ‘A String of Pearls’ is actually the B-side whereas on the A-side of the record in the still is the recording of the song ‘Day Dreaming’, sung by ‘Ray Eberle and The Modernaires’. The theme of dreams is of course apropos to the topic of mind control and our discussion of the symbolism in the films. Guiliano’s dream is to free his people from subjugation and to make Sicily an independent state allied to the US and the American Dream. Mytyl and Tyltyl embark on their adventures within a dream to find the Bluebird of Happiness. The Wizard of Oz is the story of Dorothy’s dream and her journey on the yellow brick road, and so on. Dreams are very much an integral part of the Tavistock / CIA mind control programs that have hypnotised us all for decades.
“Symbolism can also be seen as being at the forefront of modernism, in that it developed new and often abstract means to express psychological truth and the idea that behind the physical world lay a spiritual reality. Symbolists could take the ineffable, such as dreams and visions, and give it form.”
I guess it might be fair to say that the Glenn Miller era, given the extent of his popularity, was an important milestone that marked the beginning of pop music culture for the masses, and the counter-culture that was to follow in the decades beyond. One important, highly recommended text that springs to mind in relation to this subject matter would be ‘Acid Dreams - The Complete Social History of LSD: The CIA, The Sixties, and Beyond’ by Martin A. Lee & Bruce Shlain - Published by Grove Press in 1985.
The Spectre of Global Communism
We seem to have arrived full circle when you consider that just after the war ended, the fear of communism was all pervasive, particularly in the US. But today we face the spectre of global communism under the stated goal of a New World Order.The horrifying prospect of World War III and Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD) once again looms large on the horizon, appearing to the masses as an east versus west conflagration, whereas, it could be argued, that it is the global population versus the globalist “elite” depopulationists - such as Jane Goodall who want to take us back five hundred years. In other words, in this war-game scenario the terrain might not be so much geographical or horizontal, but vertical, as in freedom versus tyranny.
We now find ourselves staring directly through the looking glass into the abyss at the spectre of a dystopian technocratic globalist world order. A hypnotic Huxley-esque fantasy wonderland dreamt up and brain-stormed by psychopathic death cultists. A “now is ze time for ze great reset force industrial revolution” featuring state sponsored bio-terrorism, transhumanism and economic enslavement via Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs), mass surveillance, digital ID, facial recognition, Chinese style social credit scoring, Universal Basic Income and 15-minute cities to restrict our movements under permanent ‘climate change’ lockdowns. All in the name of 'Sustainable Development' (in other words depopulation and population control) courtesy of the 'Stakeholders' of the 'World Economic Forum' and the proponents of Agenda2030.
The World Economic Forum and its related institutions in combination with a handful of governments and a few high-tech companies want to lead the world into a new era without property or privacy. Values like individualism, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are at stake, to be repudiated in favor of collectivism and the imposition of a “common good” that is defined by the self-proclaimed elite of technocrats. What is sold to the public as the promise of equality and ecological sustainability is in fact a brutal assault on human dignity and liberty. Instead of using the new technologies as an instrument of betterment, the Great Reset seeks to use the technological possibilities as a tool of enslavement. In this new world order, the state is the single owner of everything. It is left to our imagination to figure out who will program the algorithms that manage the distribution of the goods and services.
Dr. Antony P. Mueller
If anyone had told us back in the eighties what was to come, most of us would have thought they were insane. Recent events over the past three years have shown us in spectacular clarity just how potent and effective their (Tavistock / Rockefeller / CIA et al) mind control programs have been on the masses. A substantive cohort of the global population has been literally walking around in a hypnotic trance, spellbound and conditioned into believing everything their governments, politicians, mainstream media, entertainment personalities, medical mafia and “philanthropists” told them.
Look at what just happened. Millions of people were hypnotised into locking themselves up, then lined up to get injected with a poison designed to ruin their immune systems (the evidence for this is overwhelming).Many submitted to this medical experiment because they were illegally coerced with no informed consent and felt they had no choice, but huge numbers coalesced and complied willingly and without question because they were mind-controlled into taking part in the biggest psychological operation in human history. It was arguably one of the worst crimes against humanity ever committed - a democidal genetic experiment outlawed in the Nuremberg Code that was executed and coordinated in lock-step on a global scale.
The most dystopian thing I’ve personally ever experienced happened early on in the plandemic when entering my local supermarket. It was like walking onto the set of some surreal sci-fi movie, but the scary thing was it wasn’t fictional, but real. Every single person, member of staff and customer without exception was wearing a mask. As the only one who wasn’t wearing a mask, I could see their eyes staring at me, peering over the top of their masks, and whenever eye-contact was made, they would immediately look away and continue on with their business. This worried me because it revealed just how few of us were awake.
The checkout tellers were well “protected” behind their awkward perspex barricades, some of them double-masked with plastic visors and gloves. There were messages stuck to the floor in the aisles with arrows directing you along their new one-way system. Instructions were announced incessantly over the tannoy to “socially distance for your own safety”. The entrance now had traffic lights above the doorway and an evenly spaced out queue - single file only, one at a time ushered in by newly empowered gestapo agents pointing you in the direction of the sanitisation station. The mass formation of the brainwashed now ushered in the death of customer service, replaced by newly empowered cultural Marxists. Who would have thought that we were surrounded by so many sleeper would-be stasi enforcers who seemed to be just waiting for such a golden opportunity to be given an excuse to exercise their previously suppressed desire to control us by bullying and bossing people around?
Whether the intention of the filmmakers of The Sicilian was to alert us to the dangers of communist style totalitarianism, or if it was to condition us via predictive programming is unclear. To my mind either notion seems on the face of it doubtful at best, as it could have been simply a reflection of the sign of the times. Looking back, it was a completely different era, and a lot has happened in the last three and a half decades since the film was made in 1987. But nevertheless, the reference to Project Bluebird, and thus mind control is inescapable. The brainwashing programs and hypnosis had already matured with the mass formation in full swing via TV, film and media programming.
It is clear that the powers that shouldn’t be have been working on this for a very long time. If we allow them to get away with their nefarious plan, the Bluebird of Happiness will become lost forever as a distant fading memory and a daydream of a beautiful illusion of freedom some of us at least were fortunate enough to have experienced once upon a time.
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Marc Faber Wealthion video interview:
The Sicilian Film directed by Michael Cimino (1987):
Guiliano Outlawic Wordpress Bio:
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Moscow Art Theatre:
Théâtre de l’Oeuvre:
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The Portella della Ginestra Massacre:
Cat Face in the mountain scene - Still 2:
Wicked Witch of the West in The Wizard of Oz:
Herbert J. Biberman:
The Hollywood Ten:
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Acid Dreams: The Complete Social History of LSD:
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Jane Goodall On Human Population Growth At The WEF:
International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice and Research (IJVTPR)
What is in the so-called COVID-19 “Vaccines”? Part 1:
Evidence of a Global Crime Against Humanity
David A. Hughes, PhD
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