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Deep State Desperation
It's hard to put into words how I feel right now. I look at the hate being ejected upon us by people of influence who have lost their way and wonder if they will ever see through the veil: The illusion the deep state uses to cover their eyes.

The mass shootings that happened so close together is concerning and clearly a deep state operation, at least in the El Paso Walmart shooting, which then led to the copy-cat shooting in Dayton, OH. Anyone who is awake can see this. It's those who are still asleep that worry me.

When the media continues to put out false stories of what triggered these puppets to go on a shooting spree, blaming it on a group of people who lean right, it will be accepted as truth to those who don't do any research to fact check for themselves. And I don't mean checking with Snopes! 

Or any other online fact checker. I mean RESEARCH for yourself.

Take the names of people involved, their parents, friends, high school information, etc, and learn who these people are and who they have connections to in government or questionable institutions. You have to DIG to find the truth in these matters, but it's there when you look.

I could go into what has been found regarding all three of these different mass murders, but that's for a different thread, or for you to find on your own. It's out there if you look in the right places.

"They" are so desperate to divide us, to have a civil war, that they staged three events where people really died, using their "programed" MKUltra puppets, and then they got their media arm to go on a full-blast social media attack calling for our guns, and calling the President and anyone who supports him a white supremacist. One guy posted this on Twitter:

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Reza Aslan @rezaaslan

Aug 4
After today there is no longer any room for nuance. The President is a white nationalist terror leader. His supporters - ALL OF THEM - are by definition white nationalist terror supporters. The MAGA hat is a KKK hood. And this evil, racist scourge must be eradicated from society.

I highlighted the last sentence so you wouldn't miss it.
He is seeding the minds of "the lost" that people who have a different ideology than them need to be killed... wiped off the face of the earth!

The KKK was started by Democrats, but not all people know this. They take what their puppet masters/idols tell them and believe it blindly, without question.

That's just one example; there's more people from Hollywood throwing in their two cents to fuel the flames at a frightening pace.  

But... this... THIS movie that's set to open on September, 27th, is the kicker! 

"They" are showing us in plain sight what they plan to do in the (NEAR) future. They can't do it until they tell us. If we sit back and do nothing, it's the same as giving them permission to proceed. This is part of their black magic, evil from the spiritual realm.

We have to let them know we do not consent! FIGHT BACK!!

Look at the first paragraph depicting some lines in the movie:
Quote:"Did anyone see what our ratfucker-in-chief just did?" one character asks early in the screenplay for The Hunt, a Universal Pictures thriller set to open Sept. 27. Another responds: "At least The Hunt's coming up. Nothing better than going out to the Manor and slaughtering a dozen deplorables."

At least some companies have pulled their advertising from the movie after considering the three mass shootings that have occurred. Will it stop them?  I doubt it.

Quote:Ads Pulled for Gory Universal Thriller 'The Hunt' in Wake of Mass Shootings 

Let's get into the story and see what they're telling us...

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Quote:In the wake of a trio of deadly massacres, the studio is evaluating its strategy for the R-rated Blumhouse satire in which elites stalk "deplorables."

Quote:In the aftermath of mass shootings within days of one another that shocked and traumatized the nation, Universal is re-evaluating its strategy for the certain-to-be-controversial satire. The violent, R-rated film from producer Jason Blum's Blumhouse follows a dozen MAGA types who wake up in a clearing and realize they are being stalked for sport by elite liberals.

Over the Aug. 3 weekend, ESPN pulled an ad for the film that it had previously cleared, while AMC ran the spot during the season premiere of its drama The Preacher. It's unclear whether the ads were identical, but the one yanked by ESPN opened with a sound resembling an emergency broadcast signal. A rep for ESPN parent Disney declined to comment on the move, but an ESPN source says no spots for the film will appear on the network in the coming weeks.

The Hunt stars Betty Gilpin from GLOW and Hilary Swank, representing opposite sides of the political divide. It features guns blazing along with other ultra-violent killings as the elites pick off their prey. The script from Damon Lindelof and Nick Cuse reviewed by The Hollywood Reporter revolves around third-rail political themes. (Original title: Red State Vs. Blue State.)

A studio source says that even before the recent attacks, which left 34 dead in El Paso, Texas; Dayton, Ohio; and Gilroy, California, some reshoots were done based on a recent rough cut. Universal and Blumhouse declined to comment.

While one high-level Universal source says the studio has pulled some ads that are beginning to air and appear online "for content and placement," others say the matter is still under discussion internally. A major ad blitz on television and the web had been planned for the beginning of September, says one insider. A trailer is already online.

Given the fraught political climate — particularly in the wake of the attack in El Paso, which was motivated by anti-immigrant bigotry — studio sources say Universal is evaluating its plans in what one called "a fluid situation." A high-level insider says top executives want to stand by Blum, one of the studio's most prolific and successful producers, as well as filmmaker Craig Zobel, and see the project as a satire addressing an issue of great social importance. But this person says plans could change "if people think we're being exploitative rather than opinionated."

From a business perspective, The Hunt presents a gamble for Universal in these divided times. The satire Assassination Nation, which also pitted the woke versus the unwoke in uber-violent fashion, represented the top sale at Sundance 2018 at $10 million. But the film fizzled upon its release later that year, earning just $2 million with no international rollout. Says one person involved with that film, "We thought people would get the joke."

The Hunt made some executives at Universal skittish back in May 2018, when film chief Donna Langley acquired the script and fast-tracked it at a modest $18 million budget. It is unclear whether there were any other bidders on the property, the sale of which was brokered by CAA, but insiders at several studios told THR at the time that they did not pursue it because of the explosive premise. One executive says he didn't even read the script, noting, "The idea seemed crazy."

This is not the first time a studio has been faced with real-life events that rendered a film release more complicated. Following the 9/11 terrorist attacks, for example, Warner Bros. moved back the Arnold Schwarzenegger starrer Collateral Damage and abandoned a trailer that featured a bomb attack in the U.S. The 2017 Death Wish remake was delayed several months in response to a mass shooting in Las Vegas. And Oliver Stone's 1994 satire Natural Born Killers was criticized for inspiring copycat killings.

Certainly, satire can be a dicey genre for studios to pull off. Just ask Sony, which became the target of a 2014 hack blamed on the North Koreans over the Seth Rogen comedy The Interview.

The script for The Hunt features the red-state characters wearing trucker hats and cowboy shirts, with one bragging about owning seven guns because it's his constitutional right. The blue-state characters — some equally adept with firearms — explain that they picked their targets because they expressed anti-choice positions or used the N-word on Twitter. "War is war," says one character after shoving a stiletto heel through the eye of a denim-clad hillbilly.
(Highlights by me)

Well, I think you get the picture. They want to seed the consciousness of the public to go out and kill "deplorables", and we know who they are, right?

There's more to this article if you wish to read it. (Source) 

I just wanted to bring this important point to your attention:
PLEASE DON'T WATCH THIS MOVIE! It not only comes out and shows you, but there are probably subliminal messages embedded also to wake up "sleepers"; it could be you.

Can we PLEASE just stop fighting and have peace?  PLEASE?!   tinycrying

It's very important for people to step away from their phones/computers and take a walk, breathe, meditate, RELAX in times like this. Do what you must, but DON'T drink the kool-aid they are serving.
We did it! 

The "Deplorables" stopped the movie from being released!  smallgreenbananadancer

See what we can do when we work together?   tinybiggrin

Quote:Universal Pictures is officially cancelling the theatrical release for the film The Hunt, it was reported on Saturday, following the uproar and backlash over the storyline in which apparent liberal elites hunt "deplorables", Most Dangerous Game-style.

Although there was some question as to whether the so-called Deplorables, an obvious reference to Trump voters, were the protagonists in the Blum House production, the premise caused a good deal of controversy and sparked a lot of social media strife. Particularly given how much attention is being paid to violent imagery and rhetoric right now.
It caused such a splash, in fact, that it even elicited a Trump Twitter rant.

"Liberal Hollywood is Racist at the highest level, and with great Anger and Hate! They like to call themselves 'Elite,' but they are not Elite. In fact, it is often the people that they so strongly oppose that are actually the Elite," Trump tweeted on Friday in a two-part attack on the film and Hollywood in general.

"The movie coming out is made in inflame and cause chaos. They create their own violence, and then try to blame others. They are the true Racists, and are very bad for our Country!" said the President.
The next day, the studio released a statement announcing the film's demise.

Quote:"While Universal Pictures had already paused the marketing campaign for The Hunt, after thoughtful consideration, the studio has decided to cancel our plans to release the film. We stand by our filmmakers and will continue to distribute films in partnership with bold and visionary creators, like those associated with this satirical social thriller, but we understand that now is not the right time to release this film."

The Hollywood Reporter spoke with a studio source for their report, who added that "This was a decision that the studio came to with The Hunt filmmaking team, but ultimately it was about making the right decision, right now. It was a tough call for the company, but studio leadership, led by Donna Langley, all agreed that this film could wait."

When THR reported on the studio pulling advertising for the film earlier in the week, they cited the massacres in El Paso and Dayton as part of the rationale.

The studio's statement doesn't point any fingers at any group or individual in their decision to pull the film, although the combined factors are apparent. Still, it's interesting that the pushback from the right isn't mentioned at all, even in an oblique way.
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