As an aside, I think we should really question any news story coming out of Hollywood. If Hollywood promotes it, one should question whether the story was real in the first place. Hollywood loves myths like 'The Black Dahlia', Charles Manson, The Zodiac guy and so on. Of course with a small does of intellectual dishonesty we can dismiss my comment as nonsense.
Please note, I am not saying such stories are not real. I am stating we have no reason to assume anything about any of it, especially when the story promotes certain memes we see crop up from time to time. Memes like the 'occult' themed murders and so on.
One cannot just passively view the news, or even a documentary about history. This is the problem and how the news works. They want us to turn off our critical thinking. When we watch a fictionalized film, we suspend our disbelief and in doing so we put ourselves into a more suggestible state. I think there is a pretty clear pattern of deception here and this all deserves further scrutiny. The wars themselves are questionable. What we know about them and what really happened would seem to be two different things. It would seem that much of what we are told is exaggerated and in fact little more than fantasy. It seems we can say the same about some of the reported technology as well.
For example, the Black Dahlia myth has been promoted by Hollywood and the mainstream press for years, just like the Manson murders and all the rest. I'd say the source itself makes the story suspicious. These stories are horrific and that is exactly the 'trauma based mind control' tool that is used to control the mass public. If we start to see past this illusion, that very important weapon in this 'mind war' becomes useless.
The thing about news stories is that we cannot examine much of the evidence if any, at all for ourselves. What we get is an account and we can only look for logical inconstancies with the account, we cannot examine the physical evidence, run blood tests, etc. If we then rely on a fictionalized Hollywood account for our history, which we saw on a film screen, or we even rely on what we think is 'fact' by trusting our news sources, we run into the same problem. We are letting someone else tell us what to think about a subject we cannot directly address ourselves.
What we have bee told about our history is more than likely flawed and wrong. There is a clear pattern of deception on the part of the mainstream press and that same press promotes the same stories and same memes over and over. The pattern is easy to see and this might be why we are going to see various claims that one should believe the news and not distrust it, despite the overwhelming evidence that we cannot trust the NEWS for facts.
If someone lies to you once, do you believe the next thing they tell you? How many times do you have to catch someone in a lie before you realize you cannot trust anything they say?For example the yellow journalism/propaganda promoting family we know as the Hearsts
"William Randolph Hearst's
papers, the Los Angeles Herald-Express and the Los Angeles Examiner, later sensationalized the cas
e: The black tailored suit Short was last seen wearing became "a tight skirt and a sheer blouse" and Elizabeth Short became the "Black Dahlia",
an "adventuress" who "prowled Hollywood Boulevard"."
"Though the term was originally coined to describe the journalistic practices of Joseph Pulitzer, William Randolph Hearst proved himself worthy of the title. Today, it is his name that is synonymous with "yellow journalism."
The Sensational Beginnings of Yellow Journalism...
... where "yellow journalism" got its start. In a classic example of the power of ownership, Hearst responded to illustrator Frederic Remington's request to return from a Havana that was quiet, "Please remain. You furnish the pictures and I'll furnish the war."
--Spanish--American War of 1898"Then there is the stockholm syndrome myth of Patty Hearst:a myth may or may not be true or based on a factual event
"Patricia Campbell Hearst (born February 20, 1954), now known as Patricia Hearst-Shaw, is the granddaughter of American publishing magnate William Randolph Hears
t; she became nationally known for events following her kidnapping. In 1974 while she was a 19-year-old student living in Berkeley, California, Hearst was abducted by a left-wing terrorist group known as the Symbionese Liberation Army. After being isolated and threatened with death, she became supportive of their cause, making propaganda announcements for them and taking part in illegal activities.