Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
But The Fatal Eggs only gives a fleeting mention of foreign involvement at the most sensitive levels in Russian government. The most damning metaphor comes from Master and Margarita and is Bulgakov’s use of Ambassador Bullitt’s 1935 Spring Festival as the model for the Devil’s (Woland’s) ball.
Is there anything American about ‘The Spring Ball of the Full Moon’?
Well, now, let’s see. The guests are all criminals who “welded immense power in their own day”; they come from all over the globe. There are rivers of champagne; pools of liquor; walls of imported flowers; and a plethora of exotic animals on loan for the guests’ amusement. The party’s servants are not local Russians, but Blacks who are either naked or dressed in fairy-tale costumes. The female guests are also naked, but wear heels, dazzling jewels and fanciful head-dresses. Music abounds: an orchestra and a roaring jazz band compete for attention in the same room. The former is staffed by the greatest musicians in history; the latter is conducted by a maniac who slaps his knees and screams “Hallelujah!”
In short, this party wouldn’t be out of place in Newport, Rhode Island.
How could Bulgakov know these things? Well, he was a propagandist, a favored writer and for at least a short time, ran with the jet set. He was invited to Ambassador Bullitt’s party, just like Stalin. He saw the people around him.
And what was Bulgakov’s conclusion? Like Jerusalem in 30 A.D., Moscow was ruled by a coalition of native commissars and foreign overseers.
Stanley Kubrick’s last film, Eyes Wide Shut, tells the story of an upper class Manhattan couple. The husband, a doctor played by Tom Cruise, is infuriated and humiliated when his wife, played by Nicole Kidman, admits to having sexual fantasies about a Navy officer. Enraged, he sneaks into a high class sex orgy he’s told about by a musician friend who is paid to provide entertainment. A woman at the party warns him that he is in great danger if he is discovered, which he is. Only knowing the password “for the door” he is exposed as not knowing the password “for the house.” At that moment, a woman declares that she will offer herself as a sort of sacrificial lamb in his place, thus saving him from whatever fate would have otherwise befell him.
Later, the husband finds out that a prostitute – presumably the woman that had “saved” him at the party – is found dead in her hotel room of an apparent heroin overdose. A client tells him that he was one of the men at the party, and that Cruise needs to stop looking into the matter, as the people at the party were very powerful and it was all just elaborate kinky play-acting anyway.
Eyes Wide Shut, released in 1999 shortly after Kubrick’s death, was panned by the press, who actually went so far as to tell people to not see the film – even though Kubrick was one of Hollywood’s most celebrated directors, very often considered the greatest film director of all time. The “conspiracy theories” around Kubrick and the film itself are legendary. Many have suggested that Kubrick was murdered for “outing” the elites, who supposedly engage in bizarre, pagan sex orgies and murder with impunity to keep their secrets.
There may have been other reasons that Eyes Wide Shut was attacked. Kidman and Cruise, at the time Hollywood’s “hottest couple,” are both quite “goyish” in appearance, Kidman being virtually the ideal of Aryan beauty. Two pivotal villains in the film are so stereotypically Jewish one can imagine Jewish film reviewers wincing at the portrayal. It’s quite easy to interpret Eyes Wide Shut as a story of well meaning “goys” stumbling upon a Jewish elite involved in unspeakable crimes.
In the middle of the recent election, Hillary Clinton's campaign was seriously damaged by the Wikileaks release of thousands of emails from the account of John Podesta, her campaign manager. The Democratic party and many in the intelligence community claimed that the emails were leaked by Russia with the goal of helping elect Donald Trump as President. One of the more bizarre developments since the leak was the theory, dubbed “Pizzagate,” that Podesta and others associated with the Clinton campaign and the Democratic party were involved in a child trafficking ring based around a pizza parlor in Washington DC.
The mainstream media immediately declared that Pizzagate was “fake news” being spread by Russia and “right-wing Trump supporters.”
As the saying goes, sometimes it’s hardest to see what is right in front of your face. We often go around with our “eyes wide shut” as Kubrick put it. Maybe pizzagate – and the media’s reaction to it – will help us to see things a bit more clearly, to better understand the nature of our rulers and the methods of their rule. Putting Pizzagate, Trump, Podesta and Russia in context may helps us understand some forbidden truths we aren’t supposed to know. But in order to do that, we can’t be partisan. It’s always a tendency to see your political opponents as all evil, while giving your “own side” a pass.
First, let’s consider the nature of the “sacrifice” in Eyes Wide Shut, the sacrifice that presumably saved Tom Cruise from his fate.
When Donald Trump was watching his 16-year-old daughter Ivanka host the 1997 Miss Teen USA pageant, he turned to the then-Miss Universe and asked: “Don’t you think my daughter’s hot? She’s hot, right?