Studio: Warner Bros.
Themes: Anti-Illuminati, Genetic Engineering, Terraforming, Eugenics, One World Government
Alex Jones explores the Illuminati symbolism in and highlights the anti-Illuminati themes in Warner Bros’ 2013 Man of Steel and compares it to the pro-Illuminati agenda World War Z.
WARNING: The following analysis of Man of Steel contains major plot spoilers.
Alex Jones was pleased with the anti-New world Order messages found in Man of Steel. He declares the film 98% against the Illuminati, with the reservation that it did promote the police state in some scenes, such as when the military points guns at Lois Lane.
The film is anti-centralization, anti-Military Industrial Complex, Anti-Stagnant Elite.
Jones finds the accusations of the film being pro-antiChrist to be exaggerated. Sure, the film’s Superman has parallels with Christ (e.g. Superman coming down from Heaven (stars)). He points out that Superman supports free will and humanity – The opposite of an Anti-Christ.
In his opinion, General Zod is a much better representation of the Anti-Christ.
Jones loves the film, and places it it along Up, Oblivion (anti-compartmentalization, anti-technocracy, anti-tyranny) and Elysium as a new breed of Hollywood films by awakened producers who don’t support the goals of the Illuminati for a New World Order.
Man of Steel vs. World War Z – by Alex Jones
Running Time: 11 min 04 sec