“I’m as mad as hell and I’m not going to take this anymore” 1976 Movie Network

by EzekielDiet.com
Posted on Nov 07, 2016

Subtle New World Order Message in the 1976 Movie Network

For anyone not familiar with the 1976 movie Network see Wikepedia’s summary HERE.

In this classic, “I’m as mad as hell and I’m not going to take this anymore” scene, Howard Beale is airing his last newscast after being fired. He arrives late for the news program rain drenched. To his employers surprise Beale goes into this on-screen tirade and network ratings spike. The Network decides to keep Beale because ratings surge as the masses tune in to hear the Beale truth. This phenomena is what’s fueling the huge growth behind Donald Trump, as well as the alternative media, like InfoWars.com with Alex Jones and crew, TruNews with Rick Wiles, Tom Horn & Derek & Sharon Gilbert catching up at SkywatchTV.


Later in the movie Beale discovers the huge conglomerate that owns his Network is about to be bought by a  Saudi conglomerate. He goes into an on-screen tirade urging Americans to bombard the White House to stop the Saudi deal. This throws the top Network brass into panic and this next scene with the subtle message takes place.

For the promised subtle message

Listen to the last 45 seconds of this next clip, at about 3:30 starting with, “our children will live, Mr. Beale”, of this boardroom scene a couple times as this is ultimately the owners endgame plan. Sounds good, until you understand non-owners will basically be dumb-downed, entertained, drugged serfs on the global plantation. The more disturbing problem with this future is there are over 6 billion extra people alive on the planet than they plan to let survive or attend their New World Order global plantation party. The great culling is already underway.  See the video below.

I think it’s interesting the director shot this scene with the room shrouded in darkness. It’s also interesting how the Ned Beatty character goes into the shadows for that last 45 seconds of the New World Order endgame message. It makes me wonder how this got out, by plan, or by mistake. In 1976 things weren’t quite as controlled as they are now.

“The world is a business Mr. Beale.”

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