Tom Hidell

Man of Steel

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.

General Zod is typical of an Anti-Christ archetype

General Zod is typical of an Anti-Christ archetype

Not-so-subtle Superman-Jesus parallels

Not-so-subtle Superman-Jesus parallels


Superman is no fan of drones

Superman is no fan of drones


Genetic engeneering

Genetic engeneering


Lois Lane experiences the police state first hand

Lois Lane experiences the police state first hand


Stagnant elite class

Stagnant elite class


Man of Steel vs. World War Z – by Alex Jones
Running Time: 11 min 04 sec