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THEY have a weakness; They like to brag. I think that "They" have told us everything we need to know. We just have to sort it out. Here is a list of movies that have a lot of clues in them:
Contact - "Testimonial Interrogation" the Final Hearing
Stargate - Official Theatrical Trailer
The American President - This is my President
Three Days of the Condor
That was the movie, this is real life.
Three Days of the Condor: Fabled Enemies
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Phenomenon - Human Spirit
Stargate movie trailer
The irony of this scene, that I rarely see mentioned, is that it's still a convenient lie and illusion. The people going to their windows and shouting are shouting a slogan, and doing so because the guy on the TV told them to. The scene isn't about revolution. It's about futility. Consumers can't even muster up their own outrage. They simply acquire it as entertainment from TV, without earning it, understanding it, or using it to any positive effect. It's just another distraction.
Network - Mad as Hell Scene
Or this comment; Globalization should've brought diversity and understanding, not racism and discrimination. By expressing his anger, he's actually DOING something, he's inviting people to be brave and stand up for their rights, not violently; getting mad doesn't necessarily mean you'll go out to the streets and start rioting, there are different ways to show you're mad at your government, corporations, and banks for not letting you have a decent way of life.
Of course, since they conflict with each other, they all cannot be right! Make your own conclusions.