August 8, 2013
Neill Blomkamp’s science fiction action film, Elysium, scheduled for release on Friday, August 9, is slick New World Order propaganda. Although the film’s director and star actor, Blomkamp and Matt Damon, disagree and say the film does not carry political weight, a number of commentators say this simply is not the case.
Scott Foundas, a film critic for Variety, characterized Blomkamp’s effort as pushing “one of the more openly socialist political agendas of any Hollywood movie in memory, beating the drum loudly not just for universal healthcare, but for open borders, unconditional amnesty, and the abolition of class distinctions as well.”
“It’s not just hypocritical to say this movie isn’t political, it’s hilarious,” Dan Gainor, VP of Business and Culture at the Media Research Center, told Fox News. “This is just the latest of several Hollywood movies this year to try and co-opt Occupy Wall Street plot-lines into their films. Filmmakers wear their politics on their sleeves, but it helps their careers to push liberal agendas.”
Sean Smith, writing for Entertainment Weekly, casts the film in the context for class warfare. “If you are a member of the 1 percent, ‘Elysium’ is a horror movie. For everyone else, it’s one step shy of a call to arms,” he wrote.
Despite the overt allusions to class warfare and a focus on a tarnished and out-moded socialist narrative of rich-vs-poor, Elysium is primarily about immigration “reform” and the stalled effort in Congress to pass legislation legalizing millions of illegal aliens. Idealized and romanticized pet liberal causes come in second.
Elysium producer Simon Kinberg promised the film will address “immigration, health care, and class issues.” Hollywood liberals know glitzy, action-packed Hollywood films and television shows are the most effective delivery vehicle for pushing their neo-Marxist idealism on the masses. “If you think you’re actually going to make a difference or change anything, you’re on pretty dangerous thin ice. But you can put ideas in there that are real issues that are happening in the world,” Kinberg told Vulture’s Kyle Buchanan in April.
Kinberg led off with immigration – and that topic is at the very core of the film’s message.
James Hirsen summarizes Elysium‘s plot-line:
Wealthy elitists live in a place called Elysium, which incidentally is another name for the Elysian Fields, an Ancient Greek conception of the afterlife. It is a pristine utopia housed in a massive high-tech space station, where sprawling mansions abound and medical technologies have advanced to the point that all diseases are met with an instant cure.
Those who are unfortunate enough to be located outside of the Elysium realm must endure an overpopulated, poverty stricken, crime ridden, disease-filled world positioned far below the orbiting “Valhalla” in the sky.
Residents of Elysium vigorously enforce anti-immigration laws to keep the earthbound masses from entering their immaculate biosphere.
The film will undoubtedly rekindle immigration “reform,” legislation critical to the ultimate success of the globalist effort to destroy America and usher in an authoritarian one-world government and planet-wide serfdom enforced by a high-tech surveillance and police state.
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