Rob Reiner’s “Shock And Awe”: What Soros Doesn’t Want You to See

George Soros is a major shareholder of netflix, which is reflected in its monotonously alienating, degrading and depressing selection of films.   “Shock and Awe” (2018) is not available there despite major casting and directing, an excellent script and being based on the true story of how the vast majority of the american media deliberately and consciously lied us into attacking Iraq despite having access to the facts at all times.   Heck, even little me knew about the WMD lie before the start of the “war”.     You have to dig if you don’t want to be treated like a disposable piggy bank for the aristocrats.   That’s why the satanists are trying to shut down the free internet.

Kerth found this at the local library.   YMMV.

The following gives some idea of the reason for soros’s investment in netflix.   It seems to have little to do with profit seeking.   It has to do with cultural engineering, monopoly and social control.

Netflixonomics: Cash-Burning Machine Blows Billions On Content In ‘Winner-Takes-Most’ Race

When Netflix published its third-quarter earnings last October, Ted Sarandos, Netflix’s chief content officer forecasted it would spend roughly $7 billion to $8 billion on original content in 2018.

The Economist, quoting a recent Goldman Sachs equity assessment, states that Netflix could spend $12 billion to $13 billion on original content, which is more than any studio or television network spends on films or shows that are not sports related.

As Netflix descends deeper into debt to fuel subscriber growth, the company is emblematic of everything wrong with the current debt-fueled Central Bank bubble economy. This is not sustainable…

Requiem for the Suicided: Dr. David Kelly

The Iraq-Niger Uranium Controversy and the Outing of CIA Agent Valerie Plame Wilson

Doubts, dissent stripped from public version of Iraq assessment

The Downing Street Memo

US Tried and Failed to Plant WMD’s in Iraq

Saddam Started Out as CIA Assassin

Memoryholed: U.S. Intentionally Destroyed Iraq’s Water System

Child Abuse as a Tool of Social Control

Sniping US Soldiers in Iraq: An Inside Job