Tomorrowland Disney Film – White Futuristic Supremacy?

A very interesting children’s fantasy film by Disney starring George Clooney.

Tomorrowland (subtitled A World Beyond in some regions) is a 2015 American science-fiction mystery adventure film[5] directed and co-written by Brad Bird. Bird co-wrote the film’s screenplay with Damon Lindelof, from an original story treatment by Bird, Lindelof and Jeff Jensen. Wiki here:

Synopsis: Whenever Casey Newton (Britt Robertson) touches a lapel pin with the letter T on it, she finds herself transported to Tomorrowland, a city filled with huge robots and sleek buildings. The gifted young woman recruits the help of scientist Frank Walker (George Clooney), a previous visitor to Tomorrowland, who years ago made a startling discovery about the future. Together, the two adventurers travel to the metropolis to uncover its mysterious secrets.

See trailer below:

My thoughts on the film:

The elite trying to force the idea of a new world onto people.

Symbology: Taking the white powder and shutting their eyes when they go to the ‘Tomorrowland’ dimension. If you do drugs you are tuning into their view – a fake reality of a new world. These days there are so many EMF targeted devices and frequency attack that it is unsafe to open yourself up with substances.

In Tomorrowland itself the population is all white middle – upper class. You will notice there was one person of an black ethnic descent on the train, then a white person stands in front of them – then you do not see another. Symbolising white supremacy.. eugenics etc. You see a chinese person but no more people of African descent. This stood out to me more after spending time in South Africa. I really do feel the elite use the ‘survival of the fittest’ mentality, giving people the choice to ‘survive’ in their world. For example in the UK you have a choice to drink fluoride water or not too. In South Africa you have no choice – all brands are multi national fluoridated water.

Other interesting points: Continuous numbers throughout / the Eiffel tower is a Tesla energy device / they use robots for fear in this film / a pin is the main artifact on this film – pins and badges are representative of the Military Industrial Complex – if you do not recieve a pin you are not special enough – which reinforces a feeling of ‘I am not good enough to change anything’.

This is just my view of the film. Some other people have done their own write ups and gone way further into analyzing hidden meanings…. if you are interested check them out….


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