The newest James Bond movie is Hollywood showing us what global elites are up to

The newest James Bond movie is Hollywood showing us what global elites are up to

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Daniel Craig attends the “No Time To Die” World Premiere at Royal Albert Hall on September 28, 2021 in London, England.Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images

(LifeSiteNews) — To the ordinary COVID-jabbed, corporate news-consuming American, the new James Bond film is an action-packed fitting end to Daniel Craig’s tenure as the womanizing “double-O” British spy agent.

To keen observers of the global effort currently underway to eradicate human rights and usher in a worldwide dictatorship, the film is yet another instance of Hollywood showing us what sinister elites are doing before our very eyes and laughing at us for not picking up on it.

Without giving away too many details, No Time to Die is about a bad guy who creates a bioweapon that can attack people based on their genetic composition. People that become infected acquire nano-robots in their blood stream. They, in turn, become carriers of the virus, which they can spread to others they come in contact with.

Aside from being pretty much like every other Bond film, the plot of this one follows almost to a T what’s happening in our world today with COVID-19 — even though the movie was developed before the virus was a thing.

Just like in the movie, people are having major adverse reactions to mysterious ingredients. They’re then getting “booster” shots that some researchers believe allow them to infect others and can increase their chances of dying due to heart issues and a compromised immune system.

Hollywood has been grooming the U.S. and global public for decades with its movies, or should I say indoctrination films. Dystopian flicks like ContagionI Am LegendPerfect Senseand many, many others have similar virus-themed storylines that mirror the events going on today.

Marvel and other “superhero” movies are also a clever Hollywood tool used to get normal people to forget about the real, spiritually edifying heroes of history — missionaries, saints, martyrs — and to develop a cult-like following of leftist A-list celebrities.

There’s a rather telling scene about three quarters of the way through No Time to Die when Bond comes face to face with the bad guy. They have a brief but highly enlightening conversation about why he’s doing what he’s doing. Bond tries to convince him of his evil ways, but he responds by saying, and I’m paraphrasing here, that most people want to be told what to do and to let things happen to them, and that men like him are supposed to create their reality for them.



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