VIDEO — WW3/Syria-war Predictive Programming in 2006 film “Southland Tales”???
by Amir Alwani
September 6, 2013
I saw “Southland Tales” back in 2008 and it’s been lingering around in my mind ever since. It smells like predictive programming to me. I’m not saying it definitely is predictive programming. I put a question mark up in the title because I’m not sure. It sure smells like it, though. It was released in 2006 and a lot of this clip seems pertinent today.
To be clear, I know the US has not dropped bombs on Syria yet, but the way things seem to be moving now this could be a reality soon and what is interesting is that this film from 2006 features a clip where we see that the US is at war with Iraq, Iran, Syria, North Korea and Afghanistan. Blocking of the strait of Hormuz is also mentioned in this clip as well as “patriot act expansion” which would definitely describe the NDAA quite well. Many observers have also noted that it is not far fetched to imagine that there is a chance that the powers-that-be could stage a false-flag nuclear attack on the US or Europe (or could foment tensions to the point that things simply escalate that much), and this film indeed begins with a nuclear attack on US soil.
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