Utopia : an imaginary perfect world, where citizens live in perfect, perpetual harmony
or alternatively :-
Utopia : 2013 Channel 4 UK television series, about some internet conspiracy realists, who discover a secret plot to reduce the population of the world to 500 million, by the creation of a fake virus scare and the releasing of the cure. A two-part vaccine designed to make the majority of the population infertile, bar a select few with certain genetic characteristics
Well, with an outrageous plotline like that, I am not surprised it sank into only being known and remembered by outliers of society, right? I mean, honestly, how ridiculous to think that human beings would fall for something so ludicrous and far-fetched. After all, this plot to kill 500 million people is just a bizarre conspiracy theory, yes?
Actually no, it’s quite literally written in stone. In the state of Georgia, USA, you will find the Georgia Guidestones, along with ten new commandments for us all to follow. Moses would be impressed, although the writing quality and clarity of the message has been somewhat lost compared to the literary sharpness of Thou shalt not Kill. In fact, those ten commandments are not only clear but when you think about it, but most of them are variations of steal – transgressions against the life of your fellow man. Quite simple to obey and easy to know yourself. Your soul will tell you if you’re abiding by them or not.
Then what about the other parts of the story? I won’t even try to explain, just watch this short trailer here and decide for yourself.
As an advance warning, there is quite a lot of violence in there, especially one scene early on that I had to completely skip. I can see though, that it is probably necessary to show the extent dark forces will go to to achieve their goals, but I abhor TV violence. I believe young minds find it hard to differentiate between TV and reality and this normalises it. This desensitisation reminds me of a work incident once, where I was tricked into watching a man be gaffa-taped to a chair and choked with his own tie, his fellow employees all standing around mocking, all under the guise of him deserving it because he had visited a virus-infested website on the work computer. They called it Mandatory Security Training and for some reason, everyone else watched it, thought this all to be normal and I find that rather worrying if so. The complete disregard for the trauma they may cause on fellow employees by releasing this and calling it mandatory, disgusts me even now. I also always find it interesting how the people promoting population reduction never see themselves as part of the problem they’ve identified. This series is full of hidden references that would be completely missed had it been watched back in 2014. Like the “good” health minister being manipulated out of his role and replaced by the vaccine champion with a hidden agenda, Tyrian purple, freemasonic symbology and not least, the pharmaceutical company producing the vaccine being called Corvadt. . This kind of subtle wordplay is often present in television and film. it’s also interesting that Channel 4 dropped the show after two series, but it got taken up by Amazon and I would guess redirected toward a safer route by Mr Bezos. John Cusack is now the main star and, while he may be good at making himself a suitable beta male for alpha widows in Hollywood films by appearing to be a good soulful guy who sands boats, I don’t see him being good here for passing on the message of what the show was really originally about.
Consider the Georgia stones again. Perhaps the main difference to absorb here is that whereas Moses dealt with commandments – simple laws of the universe that your soul itself will tell you when you are transgressing, the Georgia version deals with guides, mere suggestions on how to live life. I hope no-one falls for them, but I fear they will, since the sinister aspects are well hidden behind vaguely-written sentences, that hint at promises of the perpetually perfect harmony we all believe we want. We would know better if a full vaccine list had been released anywhere in the world for any brand, but it has not – only the active ones. To put that in perspective, Utopia lays it out that the ingredients causing the infertility are inactive, but are delivered separately in each dose and it’s only when mixed that they become active. Clever. It’s almost as if someone wrote this seriously to warn us of something. Indeed, someone (I forget who), once said that Fiction writing allows you to say true things that you could never say openly as truth. Do you dare to watch it? It may help you awaken from your hypnotic trance and helpfully, the whole series seems to be freely available on Bitchute.
New rules (not laws or commandments) for life written in stone, Tyrian Purple everywhere and a special product that is number 6 on the periodic table, comprised of six-sided molecules bonded six at a time possibly being injected into our bodies. It’s all sounding increasingly biblical, isn’t it? I’m not sure whose utopia it is, but it certainly isn’t mine.