The “Mad As Hell” Protests Foretold


by Zen Gardner

If this doesn’t grab you and blow your mind, nothing will! Peter Finch’s gripping portrayal of a TV news anchor gone “Truther” in the movie “Network” is an all time classic. And it couldn’t be more timely as a portrayal of the underlying frustration boiling over in today’s Occupation Revolution. I’m including a few clips from this amazingly truth-filled movie (although most seem to have “embedding denied by request” for some reason, ahem, but this first one will really get you going!

Go HERE for first clip


But wait, there’s more…LOTS more.

This remarkable movie has so much truth embedded into it you can only wonder who made it and why. Is it a whistleblower trying to get a message out, or the usual…more predictive programming?

Predictive programming is a subtle form of psychological conditioning provided by the media to acquaint the public with planned societal changes to be implemented by TPTB. If and when these changes are put through, the public will already be familiarized with them and will accept them as ‘natural progressions’, as Alan Watt calls it; thus lessening any possible public resistance and commotion. Predictive programming therefore may be considered as a veiled form of preemptive mass manipulation or mind control, courtesy of our puppet masters. Source

Take a look at this amazing example clearly outlining The Illuminati Plan for Global Control Now try this one explaining how TV Is A Lying Illusory Mind Control Instrument.

Pretty Amazing

I’m beginning to wonder of this remarkable piece of truth didn’t squeak by the PTBs of the time, when the clampdown of the Oligarchs wasn’t quite as thorough.

The film became one of the big hits of 1976 and got big receipts and reviews.Vincent Canby, in his November 1976 review of the film for The New York Times, called the film “outrageous…brilliantly, cruelly funny, a topical American comedy that confirms Paddy Chayefsky’s position as a major new American satirist” and a film whose “wickedly distorted views of the way television looks, sounds, and, indeed, is, are the satirist’s cardiogram of the hidden heart, not just of television but also of the society that supports it and is, in turn, supported.” Source

The film annoyed many television executives and news anchors, but it won the acclaim of most critics.[11] It was nominated for ten Academy Awards, winning four, including Best Actress for Faye Dunaway. Peter Finch and Beatrice Straight also won for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress, respectively, and it resulted in Chayefsky’s third and final award for Best Screenplay. Source

Here’s something about the writer of this award-winning movie, Sidney Aaron “Paddy” Chayefsky(January 29, 1923 – August 1, 1981). This may explain how this was motivated, and how it passed the censors…

Although Chayefsky was an early writer for the television medium, he eventually abandoned it, “decrying the lack of interest the networks demonstrated toward quality programming.” As a result, during the course of his career, he constantly toyed with the idea of lampooning the television industry, which he succeeded in doing with Network.[11] The film is said to have “presaged the advent of reality television by twenty years”[11] and was a “sardonic satire” of the television industry, dealing with the “dehumanization of modern life.” Source

In Closing..

The truth does manage to get through, that we know. The illuminati scene, however, is scarily accurate as to the Elitist global mindset, so who knows how much of an insider he was, or what he witnessed in his years in the corrupt media industry. If you didn’t stop to watch it, it’s worth a look at. And continuing from the above excerpt:

Chayefsky provided actor Peter Finch with one of the most iconic movie lines in film history. Finch as the unhinged news anchor, Howard Beale, implores his TV audience to rise in unanimous protest against universal injustice. Waving his arms in vehement appeal, he instructs the public to take up the call, go to their windows and with him in unison yell out to the world:

“I’m as mad as hell, and I’m not going to take this anymore!’

Sure seems to be what we’re hearing more and more….and understandably so. Love, Zen

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