Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Is V a current Events-Docu-Drama?

In the original V, the conquest of powerful reptilian aliens—known as the Visitors—was a metaphor for Hitler's Germany. The Vs rose to power with Nazi-like propaganda, persecution, and overwhelming military force. But the new V isn't about dominating with might. Led by their beautiful and diplomatic leader Anna, these Visitors attack not with guns but with hope. These aliens appear with messages of peace, love, and understanding. They arrive in sleek, elegant ships hovering over 29 major cities, and promise amazing technological advancements. They heal the sick. They raise spirits.

They come—in a desperate time of war, disease and despair—as earth's saviors. As one skeptical character says, "The world is in bad shape; who wouldn't welcome a savior right now?"

And the show asks: Would we believe them? "The chief allegory here is the idea of blind devotion," said V executive producer Jeffrey Bell in an interview with Christianity Today. "If anyone is showing up and saying something too good to be true, are people thinking? Are they asking questions? Are they prepared and informed? Are you just accepting and believing what you are told?"

And from the Chicago Tribune...

"Imagine this. At a time of political turmoil, a charismatic, telegenic new leader arrives virtually out of nowhere. He offers a message of hope and reconciliation based on compromise and promises to marshal technology for a better future that will include universal health care.

The news media swoons in admiration -- one simpering anchorman even shouts at a reporter who asks a tough question: "Why don't you show some respect?!" The public is likewise smitten, except for a few nut cases who circulate batty rumors on the Internet about the leader's origins and intentions. The leader, undismayed, offers assurances that are soothing, if also just a tiny bit condescending: "Embracing change is never easy."

So, does that sound like anyone you know?" (Apparently so much to the dismay of the liberals).

The Chicago Tribune goes on to make light of it...

"Oh, wait -- did I mention the leader is secretly a totalitarian space lizard who's come here to eat us?"

David Icke believes the world leaders have a reptilian bloodline and in conspiracy speak Aliens are sometimes thought to be fallen angels cast out of heaven. Many Obama supporters see him as sent from Heaven.

Official Obama Bible Cover....


Then there is the question of Obama's birth and he has spent over a million dollars just to keep from having to show his birth certificate. For all we know he is an "illegal alien". The original mini series of course was about Aliens pretending to be friendly but the real goal was the take over of the world.

In the V series the reporter is told not to ask anything that would portray them in a negative light. In the Obama nation that wasn't a problem they voluntarily brushed over or even covered up all the negative facts except FOX and you witnessed the heavy hand of Obama and his handlers in that situation and again with Edmunds!

In the series they offer free healthcare to gain friendship and further their goals, under Obama he is offering Socialist Health Care as promised to his supporters and further his goals. Plenty of people around the world are calling for global governance or a New World Order. Including Obama's backer Soros and Al Gore said Cap and Trade will be used to bring about a global government. Sounds like Obama and his people want Totalitarian control to me. As for the shape shifting did you notice how he billed himself as a man of the people and now he wants to make sure he gives the bankers who bankrolled him a perpetual bailout? He may not be a lizard in the classical sense but his policies and the Communists he surrounds himself with are Alien to me.

I saw it as a Current Events-Docu-Drama myself.




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