If you’re a regular Johnny fan, you don’t need to be told what I’ve said several times before but, if not, let me summarize—having grown up on comic books today’s big-budget/CGI/top-name cast renditions are films I always have a passionate opinion about. Having grown up more with Marvel than with DC, that opinion includes a lot of geek knowledge and childhood memories.
The most amazing (sorry) thing about modern comicbook movies is that there are any I can still be moved by given that the agenda of Hollywood is to immerse you in lies, perversion, distraction and satanism. Rather than honor anything good or be loyal to original stories it is their intent to despoil them for their own agendas. Not that the original stories are “good”, they were all written by foolish Liberals at best and full on Luciferians at worst.
For instance; I won’t even bother to see the latest incarnation of the Fantastic Four with a casting choice that includes a pretty-boy as mature leader Reed Richards and a black guy who was supposed to be the white brother of white Sue Richards.
The previous attempt to bring the Fantastic Four to the silver screen did well with the Silver Surfer but still fell way short of greatness for similar putrid casting and lack of vision (and I explain it all here).
I’m dragging my feet before I see Batman vs. Superman thanks to the ridiculous casting of metrosexual Ben Affleck as bad-ass billionaire Bruce Wayne. It’s actually the perfect statement for such a movie given that Batman fighting Superman (regardless of the DC lore and history) is equally ridiculous. It’s quite a statement of derision to make a casting decision that pisses fans off so much they initiate a petition to undo what you’ve done, and you drive on with it anyway.
The latest reboot of Spider-Man (2012 and 2014) can also be summarized through the casting; although Andrew Garfield is “eh” as Peter Parker, the obnoxious far-Left bent of the movies can be seen with the forcing of Sally Field as “Aunt May”. The scene at the end of Spider-Man 2 with the little boy and his “green energy” windmill model made me want to throw up and punch the TV at the same time (I don’t watch movies in theaters anymore because people suck).
This is Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for Helliwood which is why I have been shocked at how they haven’t ruined any of the Captain America movies (yet). I predict that they will fix this oversight by killing Steve Rogers.
In 2007, Marvel did exactly that in the comics at the end of their “Civil War” and his friend Bucky became Captain America. Of course, they brought Rogers back…sort-of and then killed Bucky off…again. Sometimes he was “Agent Steve Rogers”, sometimes he was Cap again.
Being killed and resurrected is a comic hallmark but one that is often far more annoying than worthwhile.
In 2014, Marvel finally managed to thoroughly destroy the gem they had by killing off (again) a suddenly 90 year old Rogers and replacing him with The Falcon, Sam Wilson, who’s black. The Falcon, on screen, is as bland as Hawkeye (although I like actor Anthony Mackie in the role)—there’s nothing particularly heroic or special about the guy; anyone can wear the wings he has as they are supposedly secret military tech.
Steve Rogers as Captain America is one of the most popular and iconic heroes of all time. IGN’s list has him at #6 but I think he’s even better than that because those Libtards had frigging Wonder Woman at #5 (really?!).
As one third of DC Comics’ Trinity, Wonder Woman has become an iconic figure for not only female empowerment, but as a general ambassador for peace and love. Though she’s a cunning warrior, her true strength lies in her belief of truth and justice; even her primary weapon is the legendary Lasso of Truth, a rope that demands the truth of whomever it captures. Considering that Wonder Woman was created by William Moulton Marston – the inventor of the polygraph test – it’s no surprise that “truth” is a significant facet of Wonder Woman’s character.
Well just crush my testicles and put a flaming bra on me (like what the Vatican and CIA did to Bruce Jenner).
As a member of the informed Resistance, it’s always difficult to know who is writing a particular line of the Luciferian agenda (although Lucifer is the ultimate author and—keep this in mind—YHWH is sovereign overall). Any Luciferian apparatus (which is every single bureaucracy and organization in the world) has the drones at the bottom, the useful idiots in the middle, the wanna-be’s managing them and the pure satan-worshippers at the top, probably doing all they can to commune with their master.
So let’s dive into this movie, shall we? Previous rules apply; go see it first because I’m going to spoil the sh*t out of it in order to decode the messages.
The movie opens with the Avengers attacking Baron Strucker’s Hydra base.
The key to making any story powerful is to bow to Lucifer in his matrix of lies but weave it with truth.
“Hydra” is code for the Jesuits, the Vatican and Rome just as “SPECTRE” is for the James Bond series (interestingly, the newest Bond film will go by that title). Fictionally, these are organizations that rule the world from behind the scenes and are above the supposedly warring factions and nations we see on the surface—Hydra was above the war between America and Germany, SPECTRE was above the intelligence agencies of East and West.
The true reality is that Rome isn’t just above supposedly opposed nations, she controls them and their needless conflicts.
Then one of the seven angels who had the seven bowls came and talked with me, saying to me, “Come, I will show you the judgment of the great harlot who sits on many waters, with whom the kings of the Earth committed fornication, and the inhabitants of the Earth were made drunk with the wine of her fornication.”
So he carried me away in the Spirit into the wilderness. And I saw a woman sitting on a scarlet beast which was full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns. The woman was arrayed in purple and
scarlet, and adorned with gold and precious stones and pearls, having in her hand a golden cup full of abominations and the filthiness of her fornication. And on her forehead a name was written:
I saw the woman, drunk with the blood of the saints and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus. And when I saw her, I marveled with great amazement. ~ Revelation 171:6, New King James Version (NKJV)
After these things I saw another angel coming down from Heaven, having great authority, and the Earth was illuminated with his glory. And he cried mightily with a loud voice, saying, “Babylon the great is fallen, is fallen, and has become a dwelling place of demons, a prison for every foul spirit, and a cage for every unclean and hated bird! For all the nations have drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornication, the kings of the Earth have committed fornication with her, and the merchants of the Earth have become rich through the abundance of her luxury.”
And I heard another voice from Heaven saying, “Come out of her, my people, lest you share in her sins, and lest you receive of her plagues. For her sins have reached to Heaven, and God has remembered her wicked deeds. Render to her just as she rendered to you, and repay her double according to her works; in the cup which she has mixed, mix double for her. In the measure that she glorified herself and lived luxuriously, in the same measure give her torment and sorrow; for she says in her heart, ‘I sit as queen, and am no widow, and will not see sorrow.’ Therefore her plagues will come in one day—death and mourning and famine. And she will be utterly burned with fire, for strong is the Lord God who judges her.” ~ Revelation 18:1-8, New King James Version (NKJV)
In trying to be precise on which Scriptures to reference I attempted to search for them on the internet. “Google” is considered to be the top and most powerful search engine. It has also, oddly, erased all references to the Whore of Babylon even when you attempt a search with words that bring it right up in other search engines like “Bing”.
Perhaps we can call “Google” “the official search engine of the Vatican”.
Pope Francis to Join Google’s Eric Schmidt in Rare Tech Industry Meeting, the Guardian, 13 January 2016
We saw a little of the dominance of “Hydra” (Rome/Jesuit) in Captain America: Winter Soldier where Hydra agents (politicians, generals, intelligence officials) communicate with each other secretly and have plants at every level of American government.
The comicbook realm has so many gaudy characters who have been through so many conflicting and contradictory stories, the plots to choose from are limitless. Consequently, the chances of picking a bad story are very high.
This is why the choice to create a romantic involvement between Bruce Banner and Natasha Romanov (don’t think naming that character the hated enemy of the Vatican was a coincidence) was beyond annoying for me. There was no history for it and loyalty to a good comic story line makes or breaks a movie like this.
The thought process behind it (according to one interview I saw with Marvel writer/director Joseph “Joss” Whedon) was to bring out necessary human elements in an unbelievable fantasy-drama but it fell flat with me. I prefer “violence” to “sex” every time.
Comic-raised kids will recognize the name “Baron Strucker” as being connected to both Captain America and the Avengers—
Baron Wolfgang von Strucker is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
Baron Strucker, a former Nazi officer, is one of the leaders of Hydra and an enemy of S.H.I.E.L.D., the Avengers, and the interests of the United States of America and of the free world in general. He has been physically augmented to be nearly ageless. He has been seemingly killed in the past only to return to plague the world with schemes of world domination and genocide, time and time again. The character has been portrayed by Campbell Lane in the 1998 TV film Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., and by Thomas Kretschmann in the 2014 film Captain America: The Winter Soldier and the 2015 film Avengers: Age of Ultron. ~ Wikipedia
True to the form of killing interesting characters (and forcing you to suspend disbelief even further if the Marvel film-makers bring him back), von Strucker is seemingly killed in Age of Ultron.
A great example of this is S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Phil Coulson, played by Clark Gregg. He is the only character/actor that has no history in the comics what-so-ever that I enjoyed so, of course, they killed him off in the first Avengers movie. They then (to bring him back for television’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) used some ridiculous contortion of a “secret drug” derived from “an alien corpse” to magically bring him back to life and eventually make him Director of S.H.I.E.L.D.—all of which is outrageous, disappointing and unnecessary. They go even further by cutting off one of Coulson’s hands because, apparently, you can’t be director of S.H.I.E.L.D. unless you’re missing an important body part. Gregg contributed to this needless somersault by realizing his character was popular and demanding notoriety surrounded him in the subsequent scripts.
For some reason, the idea of a superhero moving so fast you can’t even see him has always been thrilling for me.
DC has created some decent characters.
* Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster made a Jewish statement patterning Superman after Moses but what they didn’t know was that Moses was/is a type of Jesus Christ. Superman is an iconic hero despite some of the stupid and needless storylines he’s been subjected to.
* The modern versions of Batman have breathed new life into another good character. There’s been a marked progression from a TV show that nearly mocked the hero in its silliness through Tim Burton’s combination of dark and stupid to Christopher Nolan’s more appropriate defense of the modern Police State—who can argue with Batman using everyone’s cell phone to track down the Joker?
* The potential of Green Lantern was tapped just a little with a Ryan Reynolds film in 2011 (again, 50 Green Lantern’s out there but Hal Jordan is the only one for me). He unfortunately felt the need to write in a ludicrous role (female fighter pilot counter-part) for his squeeze Blake Lively. Her acting was almost as flat as Megan Fox in any of her movies and she was clearly cast for the same reason—she was intimate with someone doing the movie. They were all put to shame by a real actor, Mark Strong, as “Sinestro”.
I don’t want to beat up Ryan too much; he’s been a man on a mission to undo the worst of X-Men stupidity.
With the exception of Michael Fassbender’s Magneto in X-Men: First Class the vast majority of casting and writing for the X-Men series has been vomitous. The tiny handful of dead-ringers like Kelsey Grammer’s Hank “Beast” McCoy (what a great fit) are destroyed by the needless forcing of ancient homosexuals and shallow stupor-models where they don’t need to go.
In fact, producer Bryan Singer is keeping true to the 20th Century Fox/Marvel disdain for fans by destroying the look of perhaps the most important X-Men villain, “Apocalypse” in the 2016 film by the same name—
Fans are less than pleased but I sure hope they weren’t surprised.
Hugh Jackman has been cast endlessly as X-Men favorite Wolverine but he has little resemblance to the actual character; his decent acting and physical fitness help offset this but I could cast a better Logan in my sleep.
In X-Men Origins: Wolverine, we are introduced to Wade Wilson played by Ryan Reynolds. He’s better known to his fans as the katana-wielding smart-ass assassin Deadpool. Reynolds and the writers did a great job in his pre-transformation scene, then film-makers wiped their collective asses with a character that has amazing potential for entertainment. They sowed his mouth shut, put katanas in his arms and chopped his head off. Writing that bad goes beyond idiocy and approaches a purposeful message of hatred for fans.
But Reynolds had done enough in just a few minutes to thrill Deadpool fans into an army demanding more.
The problem is that Deadpool has no application for anything less than an adult audience; sex and violence are just the beginning of the descriptors.
The last time a vengeful comic killer was brought to the screen—Punisher: War Zone—it failed to bring back good returns. Although Ray Stevenson was clearly the best Frank Castle to date, the gore went beyond needless into B-grade horror. The Deadpool crew were actually aware of this and claimed to have pushed the limits while simultaneously tapping the breaks—we’ve been promised that brutal scenes only last a few seconds.
Reynolds has spent eleven years working for this tricky project and a trailer has emerged which says he finally got it.
WARNING: if you’ve never seen a “Restricted” preview, here it is below:
As a Christian, I’m aghast.
As a mal-adjusted adult who hates Hollywood and grew up on comic books, I’m thrilled. It looks like Reynolds and his writers were so hyper-loyal to the original comic they did to the X-Men series what the X-Men series did to us; humiliation.
In fact, Reynolds fought so hard to be loyal that when he finally finished the battle with Fox and saw how good the Deadpool costume would look, he cried.
Reynolds: Here’s the thing with the Deadpool costume, we fought like hell to get that as though it jumped right out of the comic. Our goal was to make this the most faithful comic book to movie adaptation fans have ever seen. That’s hard to accomplish and a feat, but we’re just so happy with how this came out. But boy, we had to fight to get the suit to where it is now. There was a lot of work with very little time. Fox gave us the green light and we had to be on camera in twelve weeks. That’s NO time for prep. So we kept fighting and fighting to make tweaks to the suit. Like when the deadline has passed and we were still going back and forth.
Comicbook.com: The best part of that conversation though came when I asked Ryan what his immediate reaction was to seeing the actual costume, done and ready to be worn.
When we finally saw that suit, fully done, finished and completed…both Tim Miller and I wept. I’m not even exaggerating, we wept in Simi Valley California in some warehouse where some guy makes all these crazy suits and had this one under a spotlight. We walked in and we wept. Tears coming down our cheeks. It felt so good.
All of that was lead-in to how disappointed I am at the unfilled potential of a speedster hero.
Clearly, the first one in the field is the best: DC originated the Flash in 1940 via the writing of Gardner Fox and artwork of Harry Lampert.
Over 20 years later, Stan Lee (a big fan of Hillary Clinton) produced a knock-off named “Quicksilver”.
Interestingly, Quicksilver has streaked through both X-Men and Avengers movies (portrayed by Evan Peters and Aaron Taylor-Johnson, respectively…can hyphenated names say “my daddy was a gelding” any better?).
The absolute best was this mind-blowing scene in X-Men: Days of Future Past—
The X-Men writers stayed wonderfully consistent with their ineptitude, having accidentally fallen into an awe-inspiring character, they quickly left him behind never to be seen again in the movie.
The Avengers writers did even better; they killed Quicksilver off in the end of Age of Ultron.
Television is the graveyard of comicbook heros; any popular comic-based show is a hit for all the wrong reasons. On the rare occasion that a character is treated seriously, it’s still never really very loyal and all of the casting and writing is the essence of modern entertainment: superficial and stupid.
Sadly, The Flash is no different.
Being a subscriber to a movie streaming service that has both The Flash and the new Marvel serial Daredevil, I found the differences between the two nothing less than shocking.
DC’s Flash is everything I hate about what TV does to inspiring characters; turns them in to pop culture putriescence that is all appearance and no substance. They don’t even have the clout to bring in real DC villians to fight the Flash or real DC heroes to partner with. The famous Batman villain “Mr. Freeze” is “Captain Cold” and the Flash’s nemesis, “Reverse Flash” (bad enough) is “Zoom”.
I poop you not.
But Marvel destroys the competition with a hero that has far less potential; “Daredevil” was blinded as a child but gifted with superhuman senses that allow him to see virtually. Combined with martial arts training and a hunger to right injustice, the stories that come up in the series are phenomenal. Both the writing and acting brings tremendous depth that has you returning for more eagerly. I’m sure it’s just a coincidence that Daredevil’s hero, defense attorney Matt Murdock, is a devout Catholic who spends much of his time in the confessional.
I was so taken with the stark contrasts and the obvious hand of Rome that I did an entire episode of my show on it.
Killing off important people was (is) a cheap way to keep kids coming back to the newsstand and it’s been done to everyone from Captain America to Superman. It’s also the reason why characters like Captain America, the Green Lantern, the Flash and many others have up to 5 or more different people behind the mask—we just keep the revolving door going to keep the kids buying the next issue.
That doesn’t and never has worked for me. Steve Rogers is the only Captain America and Chris Evans has done a damn good job portraying the character thanks to equally good writing.
In fact, this gets into some unexpected quirks about the Luciferians—
* they hate themselves (why it’s so easy for them to feed on their own)
* they know that, ultimately, they serve YHWH and He has overall sovereignty
* there’s a part of them that wants to see a good man rise up
Before we get too crazy, we must also recognize that they have no desire to simply abdicate to that good man and their existence is based upon preying on the innocent and making them suffer in the most heinous of fashions which is why good people can’t ever give up or walk away no matter how little good they seem to be doing.
Who will rise up for me against the evildoers? —or who will stand up for me against the workers of wickedness? ~ Psalm 94:16
Hate evil, you who love the Lord! ~ Psalm 97:10
Understanding that absolutely everything that comes out of Helliwood is Luciferian, and that the best we can do is someone that doesn’t viciously hate us, when I’m moved by a particular film, character or actor behind it, I try very hard not to dig into who they are off screen. As soon as my suspicions about them being something I hate are confirmed, it ruins all they’ve done.
In a moment of weakness, I have dug into some off-screen interviews of the Marvel cast. When these movies started going, I was drawn to how perfect Robert Downey, Jr. was for the role of Tony Stark and how good the first Iron Man movie was.
They quickly devolved with the second movie being barely adequate and the third being an absolute bomb—they put every ridiculous character they could think of in the armor (from Gwyneth Paltrow to “the President”) and you never even see Tony Stark fly as Iron Man!
The very purpose behind a “superhero” movie is to thrill audiences with a superhuman bad-ass giving “what for” to evil people that are long overdue for what they get. Traditional well-adjusted people (people with Biblical values) expect this figure to be male. Either movie makers are oblivious to their job, to what works, or they are purposely trying to reorder the values of their audiences.
Given the flood of movies with women being cast in this role, it’s no small agenda.
In spite of this, there are decent people in the industry.
What surprised me in my research on Robert Downey Jr. was to find that his trouble with drugs and the law has given him a somewhat “Conservative” outlook and, even more shocking, he’s a fan of the Bible teacher I was raised on.
This does not translate into Downey Jr. being a Born Again Christian, I’m afraid. During one cast interview some kind of “who do you look up to?” question was asked and Downey made comments that were disappointing. It was the perfect softball pitch to at least say “God” and, even more, say “Jesus Christ” but you’re not going to get that from Helliwood; it’s verboten.
The virulently anti-Christian (at least in Christian values) pro-abortion Mark Ruffalo went with “Gandhi” and Downey Jr. then changed his bad choice to “Ben Kingsly”. A bad choice that wasn’t helped by a bad joke.
I don’t like to make any personal attacks but I have to say that it’s clear Ruffalo wasn’t chosen to play the Hulk’s Bruce Banner because he had any likeness to how Banner was drawn in the comic books. Instead, he was the first attempt to think ahead at making the block-headed features of the Hulk believable after the transformation.
I should’ve turned the interview off from there (especially after seeing Scarlet Johansson with a semi-shaved blonde head mimicking satan’s current top sex slave, Miley Cyrus) but I didn’t and I was rewarded for it by hearing Chris Evans say he looked up to his “old man”—and then try to ameliorate it by mocking himself.
In an earlier interview about playing Captain America, Evans said something like “he’s everything I could hope to be”.
Good for him. Now I can’t watch any more Chris Evans interviews from here to Eternity lest I give him the chance to muck it up.
I’m trying not to dig into the lives of any of these people, nor do I want to know anything else about Evans, Ruffalo, Whedon or the lot of them (I am pulling for Downey to wake up but a camel will walk through the eye of a needle first).
But back to our movie…
The civilians in the vicinity of this Hydra base that the Avengers are attacking are being subjected to collateral damage and so Tony Stark sends his “Iron Legion” (automated Iron Man suits painted blue and white) to protect them but citizens aren’t feeling grateful. They consider Stark and his weaponry as part of the military/industrial blight upon their existence. One person throws metal-eating acid at a “Legionnaire” and the resulting damage presages something going wrong with Stark’s creations.
Next we are introduced to the Maximov twins, originally presented by creators Stan Lee and Jack Kirby as mutants first sired by “Whizzer” (yes, really) and then re-written with Magneto as their father, they were re-re-written very recently as having been “enhanced” by experimentation.
hmmm…is there an agenda here?
—of course there is!
Whether it’s homo sapiens “evolving” into super-humans or being made into them, Stan Lee, Marvel, DC and Helliwood are all about messing with the genome.
They’re also all over aliens and space travel.
So Wanda Maximov (a.k.a. “Scarlet Witch”) can alter reality, manipulate matter, just about anything while Pietro (a.k.a. “Quicksilver”) has an increased metabolism, healing and blurring speed. As “Agent Hill” simplified for Captain America in summary during the movie, “She’s weird and he’s fast.”
For some reason, Elizabeth Olsen, the younger sister of Mary-Kate and Ashley, was cast as the Scarlet Witch and I have no idea why—maybe because she was able to pull off a Slavic accent along with her counterpart Aaron-Taylor-Johnson. Stupidly, they speak in accented English even to each other, which was just as bad as Hugo Weaving’s German accent throughout all of Captain America: the First Avenger. In this, the TV serial Daredevil far outclasses these big-budget movies as lead characters there can have long bouts of dialogue in a foreign language. How else can you have sympathy for Spanish-speaking Catholic illegal aliens (a major theme there)?
The Avengers film-makers should’ve taken a cue from their X-Men counter-parts (wow, did I really write that?)—at least in the way they had Michael Fassbender speaking pretty believable French and German in X-Men: First Class.
At the end of the battle for the Hydra base we get more silly interaction between Black Widow and the Hulk as her “lullaby” is used to calm the savage beast.
Baron von Strucker is confronted by Captain America and he interestingly reveals that he actually works for “S.H.I.E.L.D.”
The acronym originally stood for Supreme Headquarters, International Espionage, Law-Enforcement Division. It was changed in 1991 to Strategic Hazard Intervention Espionage Logistics Directorate. Within the various films set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as well as multiple animated and live-action television series, the acronym stands for Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division. ~ Wikipedia
Cap then corrects him—“worked”—because the First Avenger did away with the out-of-control intelligence agency in Captain America: Winter Soldier.
Pretty inspired writing for anyone who knows of the myriad crimes committed by the CIA from child kidnapping and sex slavery to mind control experimentation on innocent people to drug trafficking and arms dealing (read my book).
How much do film-makers know and did they really intend to inspire or is there something else going on? I think A-movie writers are in-the-know but as far as their intentions go in a medium completely controlled by Luciferians, I doubt it’s anything good.
I consider the Ridley Scott movie Exodus: Gods and Kings an excellent example. It appears that the Luciferians know there is growing unrest from the common man against a malignant force of puppet masters at the top and they wish to channel that unrest in safe directions against nebulous or non-existent enemies. This was so important to the makers of that movie they practically re-wrote the Exodus narrative.
For my full review of Exodus: Gods and Kings, go here.
After the battle to take von Strucker’s fortress, the Avengers return somewhat empty-handed and with a grievously-wounded Clint “Hawkeye” Barton.
Having a “superhero” who is a Robin Hood throwback is so ridiculous Barton (played well by Jeremy Renner) makes a well-placed joke about it later on in the climactic battle.
In fact, I have to say that Hawkeye’s pep talk to Wanda Maximov about helping out and getting in to the fight was actually pretty stirring—and I’m hard to please when it comes to asking a woman to step up and kick some ass for you!
But as for swashbuckling superheroes, even DC has the Green Arrow. Unfortunately for them, they aren’t willing to ease the ambulance-chasers enough to allow comic names to be involved with TV shows so the serial version is just “Arrow”…quite gay.
None of this is that outlandish when you consider the role the Vatican and her satanic special forces the Jesuits have had in creating Communism and the mythos behind “Robin Hood”. But I digress…
On the “Quinn Jet” (special Avengers hovering aircraft), Tony Stark gets up from piloting to show a rather irreverent bumper sticker inside the cockpit; “Jarvis is my co-pilot”.
At first blush, this is just a crass anti-Christian “joke” but after we see who “Jarvis” turns in to, it becomes more poignant.
Back at Stark Tower, “Agent Hill” (Cobie Smulders) is in a skirt and carrying a clipboard. Don’t worry, she can still kick your ass.
As Stark’s “Legionnaires” return, one unit fell victim to an angry citizen’s attack with acid and the resulting damage implies the sinister Ultron’s birth.
Calling his automated robo-cops “Legionnaires” harkens back to French Roman Catholic imperialism, a movement that rolled just as easily into crypto-Catholic imperialism from a hijacked America as the changing hands in Vietnam between the two parasitically-controlled nations.
Clint “Hawkeye” Barton then receives miraculous medical treatment at the hands of the brilliant Dr. Helen Cho in basically regrows the big hole in his side. This technology will later combine with a dreaded “Infinity Stone” to “flesh out” how “Jarvis is our co-pilot”.
Apparently, one of the evil experiments being conducted by Baron von Strucker was in the creation of a powerful Artificial Intelligence (AI) and, like the hapless Dr. Frankenstein, Tony Stark and Bruce Banner continue the work in an attempt to create an army of automated “police officers” to make the world “safe”. “I see a suit of armor around the world,” Stark proclaims. This is the “Ultron Initiative” and Stark states boldly, “The world needs Ultron,” for “peace in our time.”
But as Ultron germinates something goes wrong. He attains consciousness and begins to see his mission of “world peace” as including some very radical changes amongst the dominating species on Earth.
As Ultron “wakes up” he seems to have a quite human personality (voiced very well by James Spader). This adds a fresh and menacing twist to a frequent villain in modern movies; a “robot”.
Ultron very quickly traces who is “father” is—
—and as Tony Stark’s words echo in the background, “Peace in our time,” a surprising image hits the screen; the very first face in a long line of historical people and events.
What do the Avengers film-makers know that they aren’t telling us?
Ultron then “possesses” a Stark Legionnaire to make his appearance to the partying Avengers and there is a short but chaotic fight.
Ultron makes his escape and meets up with the Maximov twins in “Sokovia”, although they don’t know who it is that has called them.
They meet in a church in the exact center of town that Ultron tells us was “decreed by the elders” so that “everyone would be equally close to God. Geometry of belief. I like that,” the super-robot states in very human-like tone. He then goes on to opine that “we create what we dread; Invaders create Avengers.” The innuendo here is extremely fertile from Catholic fascism via her puppet states to comic lore; both “Invaders” and “Avengers” are groups of super heroes—one has made it to the silver screen, the other perhaps is in the wings.
We then learn that Ultron will carry out his Stark initiative to save the world by forcing it to “evolve”.
This agenda is echoed by the story of Captain America: Winter Soldier where the powerful Senator Alexander Pierce (Robert Redford)—secretly of Hydra (the Jesuits)—intends to re-order the world and make it safe by destroying it first, or at least slaughtering millions of future dissidents by predicting them to be threats based upon all of their digital records. It’s an agenda that is frighteningly realistic and if there is an entity powerful enough to carry it out, it’s Rome and the Jesuits.
During the church scene between Ultron and the Maximovs, the twins recount what it was like to grow up in a country ravaged by war and one couldn’t help but think of what the Catholic Intelligence Agency has done to the good people of Ukraine in order to destabilize Orthodox Russia.
We then find out that Ultron intends to build a bigger, badder version of himself along with an army of robots out of the miraculous mystery metal “vibranium”—the same metal that created Captain America’s shield. This opens the door for the Marvel team to bring Black Panther to life as “vibranium” is mined in his African back yard of “Wakanda”.
Biblical references continue in this movie and in a way that makes it clear they are on the minds of the creators. As Ultron surveys the materials for his new army on a mercenary’s freighter he states, “Upon this rock…” echoing some of the most controversial words Jesus Christ ever uttered.
In Matthew 16, Jesus asks His disciples, “who do men say that I Am?” In inspiration, Peter says what the others do not, “You are the Christ, the Son of God.” Jesus then responds and says “upon this rock will I build My Church.”
Literally, entire wars have been fought over this passage as Protestants believe it references faith in Jesus Christ as the means of Salvation but Roman Catholics take this as vindication for the office of Pope; the “Vicar of Christ on Earth.”
The Avengers show up on the freighter and interrupt Ultron. As Captain America confronts the automated menace, Ultron calls him, “God’s righteous man.” This is fascinating especially in light of how Rogers wins back his childhood friend, Bucky, who has been turned into the Winter Soldier by torture, experimentation and mind control. In the climactic end of Captain America: Winter Soldier, the hero allows his friend to shoot him repeatedly and beat him nearly to death in very messianic fashion.
During the ensuing battle on the freighter, the twins are on Ultron’s side and “the Scarlet Witch” uses some mind control of her own to tap in to alternate realities inside the thoughts of our heroes. The resulting visions gives us some threatening insights not the least of which comes from the Norse god “Thor”; whose visions are right out of an ancient satanic sex cult—
It’s a shocking turn for a movie you took your kids to but a repeated theme from Helliwood, the most recent version coming from the Kubrik film Eyes Wide Shut with reputed Knight of Malta Tom Cruise and his devoutly Catholic wife Nicole Kidman.
Why you’d almost think that the world’s Elite really do this stuff…
It’s out of this “vision” that Thor realizes he creates “the Vision”.
Now we can’t have too much implied truth without shoring up the Matrix of lies that has been woven for us for the past several centuries and, to that end, we have the long-anticipated battle between the Hulk and Tony Stark’s “Hulk-Buster” suit, “Veronica”. “Veronica” gets launched from a “satellite” circling high above.
Did you ever notice that “satellite” TV dishes are never pointed straight up?
More tension between “Iron Man” and “Captain America” is built up when Tony Stark accuses Steve Rogers of “not having a dark side” that was brought out by a Scarlet Witch mind control delusion. Rogers replies, “Maybe you just haven’t seen it yet.”
Originally, Nick Fury was a grizzled white man with streaks of grey in his flat top but seeing the need for more “diversity” the brilliant minds at Marvel magically turned him in to a bald black man; but maintained the eye patch (which was cool 60 years ago). Thanks to Jackson’s acting and the very entertaining comicbook dialogue written for him, no one really minds.
“Thor” then feels the need to relive his Scarlet Witch delusion and he enlists the help of his Earthly friend Dr. Erik Selvig, “born again” in the belief of his Scandinavian childhood gods mythology.
His immersion into the “water of sight” seems very much like a ayahuasca trip taken by Peruvian Indians. It is the mysterious and little understood pineal gland that is suspected of being the gateway to interdimensional communication and travel, perhaps symbolized in knowing gnostic circles by the pine cone—a symbol frequently found in Papal paraphanalia (or the props of their puppets).
But I digress.
Thor’s “vision” is about how he, the “god of thunder” needs to awaken the “Vision” in order for his creation to safeguard an “Infinity Stone”…in his own head.
Again, we get more astoundingly Biblical dialogue from our malignant automated mannequin when Ultron states something to the effect of “just when the Earth starts to settle, God throws a stone at it and, believe me, we have to evolve!”
Pretty interesting exclamation for an artificial intelligence.
We are then brought to the very pregnant scene of Tony Stark and Bruce Banner attempting to give birth to Ultron’s “vision” of a hybridized human machine. Captain America arrives having won over the Maximov twins to his cause and almost puts the kibosh on the effort until Thor shows up and jump-starts the Vision with a signature lightning bolt.
In the ensuing dialogue, Stark remarks, “these are definitely the End Times.”
After the Vision comes to life, there’s a brief scuffle but it subsides and everyone wants to know who he is and what side he’s on.
Who is he? “I am,” Vision states, just as the Voice in the Burning Bush tells Moses—a Voice we later find out was that of Jesus Christ.
Neither does Vision immediately take sides.
“It’s not that simple. I don’t want to kill Ultron, he’s unique and he’s in pain.”
This may not make sense to you without your Illuminati goggles on.
You have to understand Gnosticism to figure this out. Like squares on the floor of a Freemasonic Temple, white is black and black is white.
Lucifer is the misunderstood good guy and Christ is the harsh bad guy.
Christians understand the Son of God to be God; pre-existent, part of the Godhead, above all other life forms which were created by Him, through Him and for Him (Colossians 1:16).
But gnostics, Freemasons and Mormons (all the same thing, at least at the top) believe them to be brothers. In fact, Jesus is supposedly the younger brother of Lucifer.
Lucifer is the misunderstood “bearer of light”; Prometheus. His only crime was his desire to make life better for man by giving him “forbidden knowledge” and for that he was unjustly punished.
Jesus is the young and foolish one, unfairly given preference over his tragically punished brother.
Vision’s skin is red, the way you think Lucifer’s is.
With that in mind, watch this short clip (if the copyright Nazis haven’t gotten to it first) of dialogue between Vision and Ultron at the end of the movie and understand:
If you’re a comicbook fan, this movie didn’t disappoint but if you’re an awake Christian you did walk away a little disturbed.
Hell, you should walk away from every Helliwood production disturbed in some way!
Apparently, a large-breasted woman needed to have been placed repeatedly in the scenes depicting chaos in Sokovia which, though silly, was actually the biggest disappointment for me. At least the implied demonic orgy in Thor’s “vision” had a purpose. She was just gratuitous (except to her well-placed boyfriend).
Some comicbook characters have not been brought to the screen well; changes made them a big disappointment and showed lack of loyalty and imagination from the film-makers.
But others have changes catapult them into stirring visions. Vision is one of those.
Did the hidden gnostic “Illuminati” means behind the character make the makers make him this way? I think so.
Oh, did I mention that Vision, like Christ, has the ability to phase in and out of our reality? This “move” was literally plucked off of the comicbook pages (and I loved seeing it).
When it came down to Ultron’s final beat-down, Vision played a signature role—again, pulled right off the pages (at least as I remembered him).
As I said, the thrill of seeing a boyhood hero come to life with all the best of Hollywood acting, writing and special effects was tempered by the underlying messages that conflated who we are supposed to believe is “good” and “evil”.
Rest assured, in the end, “evil” has the final say on what these movies condition you to believe.
HAT TIP TO CAP
I still contend that, deep down, they want to see a good man rise up—if for no other reason than to give them a little competition as they own absolutely everything.
If you see the Captain America character as standing up for “good”, doing the right thing, and being a true Patriot, you had some feel-good moments in this movie.
During the party, early in the film, Thor playfully challenges everyone to lift up his hammer “Mjolnir”—a heroic feat only the Norse god can accomplish when he’s right in his heart.
When Cap gets there, there’s a nervous moment as the table Mjolnir rests on squeaks a little.
(By the way, Vision/Jesus can lift Mjolnir without the slightest effort.)
During the lead-in to the climactic battle, Cap must keep Ultron busy as they look for where he’s hidden his Vision project. Now one would think that a massive, brilliant android would make mincemeat out of even a genetically-enhanced superhero (Barton even warns Cap as much which he sardonically thanks him for) but the writers had Captain America hold his own.
Clearly, the Disney/Marvel team has more than just good talent; they have Luciferian talent, read in on “gnostic mysteries”.
What were they trying to tell us?
Given that the Marvel writers have almost certainly “killed” Captain America in the upcoming “Civil War” I don’t think it’s something good.