a scene from “V is for Vendetta” — “The most blatantly honest Illuminati project I have yet viewed.”
(The author is a former professional movie critic.)
The Illuminati exert influence in popular visual media to an extraordinary extent. Every major film script that is in pre-production mode is submitted to key Illuminati subordinates whose role is to assess the script for potential alterations or insertions. These changes may be major or minor, depending on the material of the script.
Additionally, these subordinates comprise a tightly managed think tank which surveys the progress of Illuminati propaganda in global societies. The members make decisions about which themes are ready for further amplification in popular media. Then, detailed descriptions of desired creative projects are handed down to a further subordinate (but not necessarily knowledgeable) group of highly skilled writers, who create the scripts for these projects.
Different projects are created to target different sectors of the global population. That may seem logically obvious, but it’s worth stating. Grossly blatant Illuminati messages are more often couched in films of excessive violence, sexual content, outright weirdness, and so on, in order to distract viewers from the fact that external ideas are being inserted forcefully into their minds.
Actually, that’s not quite right: excessive violence, and such, activates a psychological openness to the receiving of ideas. The explanation for this is that once a viewer makes the decision to ACCEPT the violence and the sex, and so on, his or her mind remains open to the ideas that the film is meant to insert into their minds.