A perfectly valid question, Mansur! Let me elaborate. I think we, generally, (we here at CF and the truth community* as a whole) tend to underestimate the potential value, albeit of a limited nature, of gatekeepers. Gatekeepers exist primarily because TPTSB know a certain percentage of the population is on the verge of "waking up" and they produce these glossy videos to "lead them down the garden path", so to speak, and make us look ridiculous by association.Mansur wrote: ↑Thu Dec 08, 2022 11:40 am 'Expose' - to whom? For those who actually watch the video, there is nothing new in it. Not because the normal media consumer is fed by other channels, but because practically everyone has heard about this stuff, thanks to the many-many references made in the mainstream. So, though it can't say anything new - it can very well steer or divert real questions in real persons, which may be right in the process of assimilation, from its natural directions.
However, these videos can still serve as an effective point of entry for many people. Most members of the truth community I speak to were woken up by people like Alex Jones, who is (now) obviously controlled opposition. I woke up through watching stuff like Loose Change, again obvious controlled opposition, but it served a purpose in getting me off mainstream narratives and started me on a journey towards alternative media. My first foray into discovering the Apollo missions were a deception was Jarrah White, (now) an obvious shill for the system. But he served his purpose in waking a lot of people up about the nature of NASA, although he now actually works for them I believe (!).
I sent the link to Died Suddenly to a bunch of people on the fence and most of them watched it, and gave me positive feedback. Its glossy, high-concept production may ring alarm bells for us, but it is an approachable format for those who are still (incredibly) weaned on mainstream news. It may be limited in information for the likes of us, but there is a lot there for newcomers to digest. Think of it like a TV show for kids who are learning to read and write. Elementary stuff, but about the right pace for some people.
*For the record, I don't like the phrase "truth community", but I can't think of a better one. It isn't much of a community as it is so fragmented with division, but I dislike the term "truther" as well.