Red Pills, Fake Meat, Vaccines, Utopia, and Utter Insanity
Are The Billionaires Trying to Drive Us All Nuts?
Let’s talk foreshadowing…it begins with docile sheeple people lining up and sticking their arms out, for a harmless little pin prick.
One by one, they watch each other fall. The last of them, clearly knows what’s coming, crying, as they watch needles going into arms, resulting in instant death for their friends falling dead right next to them.
But even knowing this, they just can’t seem to resist. Sweet nihilism.
Amazon’s Prime’s new Utopia series may very well drive us to madness. If you want to watch the series, stop reading this, because there are all kinds of spoilers below.
Utopia is an incredibly, pointlessly, gratuitously violent show. Kicking off the season with a couple of deftly trained corporate assassins dispassionately shooting a bunch of Comicon fans in the head, because…well…why not just kill those weirdos? That will teach them a lesson or two, on what happens when you dare to think outside the box.
Utopia seems to be about the times we are living through now. It’s a dangerous piece of fiction, likely to even further radicalize Qanon, Anti-Vaxxers, Antifa, and even Proud Boys, by giving them ever more horrible things to believe in (a red pill with an upper) along with a new set of extremely violent heroes and/or anti-heroes to model themselves after.
Utopia is about a predictive comic book series revealing how the world submits to one catastrophe after another in the form of purposefully unleashed deadly fatal viruses. (SARs, Ebola, Zika, some you haven’t heard of yet…you get the point.)
The two books, Dystopia and Utopia, were authored and illustrated by a mad scientist. He’s a hero, because his comics are trying to warn people of deadly lab-created diseases just waiting to be unleashed on an unsuspecting public.
He’s also an anti-hero because he’s responsible for the creation of these viruses, and therefore, the horrific deaths of thousands.
He’s a hero again, because his comic inspires a rag-tag crew of conspiracy theorists nerds who actually might be able to save the world from these viruses, if they can find him and save him from the evil, nefarious forces that have imprisoned him in a basement of some unknown lab, where he serves as a virus, creating slave.
He’s an anti-hero, because that was all apart of the plan. (You know the one we’re all just supposed to trust.) He meant to draw those comics, giving false hope to nerds enticing them to deliver the one thing he really needs to realize his true plans for world domination!
In this show, you really can trust no one.
All the plans are evil. Everyone is out to get someone else all the time. Who is good? Who is bad? What’s happening? No one really knows. It’s all swirly.
The comic drawings provide the CT nerds “bread crumbs” that they chase at their own peril. It sounds Q-uite familiar, doesn’t it?
For anyone who thinks conspiracy theorists are nutter butters, this show both confirms it and denies it.
The Utopia/Dystopia conspiracy theory nerds seem to be a few synapsis short of making any logical connections. Every page of the dystopia comic, is an entire universe of rabbit holes, that leads the theorists deep into a fantasy of their own creation.
These strange days? I say, why not? Why even bother to call them crazy? The entire world is nuts. Crazy is the new normal.
Except…turns out they are right. I told you crazy is the new normal! Of course, there are nefarious forces chasing after them; wanting to kill them. They know the truth about the mad scientist and the killer viruses.
Christie Labs, a Big Pharma psychopathic entity, with the resources of Microsoft or Google, has its secrets in the Utopia comic. CEO and evil scientist Kevin Christie plans to kill everyone who has seen it. Which several nerdy conspiracy-theory obsessed comicon fans have. That’s plan A.
But no one is going to believe a bunch or nerdy conspiracy-theory obsessed comicon fans. After all, they’re crazy. So that’s Plan B. Call them crazy. Real scientists with honest helpful solutions get dismissed for being unstable. Innocents are blamed for murders they did not commit. The series brazenly explores the dangers of the “crazy” label being thrown onto anyone who doesn’t blindly accept the official narratives handed down by powerful corporations like Amazon. It’s the equivalent of an authoritarian Allen wrench — a tool that serves a multitude of purposes.
What these kooky, crazy conspiracy theorists have discovered, however, is that the last virus to be unleashed is going to result in all of humanity’s “undoing.” This is not even caused by the virus but instead…wait for it, wait for it, spoiler alert up ahead…the vaccine for the virus.
The Ethics of a Dealer
Didn’t I tell you, it’s not wise to just dismiss conspiracy theorists? What if they are on to something huge? This show suggests it could be. From the full-blown teetering-on-the-edge-of-sanity conspiracy theorists to the naturally healthy skeptics, this series pushes buttons about a question on almost everyone’s minds these days:
Do you want the vaccine?
There are plenty who do. I don’t happen to be one of them. This show Utopia, does nothing to convince me that I’m wrong about that. Maybe it’s a sort of reverse psychology. I’m not an anti-vaxxer. Just someone who reads just enough to know the Big Pharma business model is problematic.
Have you ever met a low level drug dealer? Someone dealing drugs on the streets? It’s a rough gig, that requires a certain energy, ruthless predatory energy…cult leader energy.
Anyone who understands the ethics and morality of these dealers understands that they develop a particular viciousness, ruthlessness and deep contempt for the user. But it never starts that way. Dealers start out in a honey moon phase…it’s all kisses, and rainbows and love for the user, initially.
Hey…I got that good shit for ya! You want it? Half off, just for you!
But the more the user relies on the dealer, the quicker that worm turns into a deep abusive hatred.
Got nothing for ya, crack head, addict ho! Get out my face, you stankin ass fiend, before I pistol whip you, unconscious and run a train on ya.
If that’s what you get from a Little Dealer, what can you expect from a really Big Dealer?
Big Pharma is the ultimate drug dealer.
So no, I’m not clamoring for a Big Pharma vaccine fix. I understand the energy and ethics of dealers, big and small. Use the user…use her up…until there is nothing left. There’s my foreshadowing.
Who remembers the whole Redux controversy of the late 90s? Let Redux serve as a gentle reminder: Rushing drugs to the market explodes hearts. And then you die.
In the 90s the FDA kinda cared about that; but they really don’t anymore. Utopia speaks to that too. In 2020 we have tons of bad drugs on the market that kill people. This is largely due to the lobbying machinations of real life Christie labs. I won’t mention them by name, because they might kill me by slipping me a bad batch of drugs, (ruthless!)
Instead of trying to prevent the new drugs from killing people, (how quaint!) Big Pharma accepts that a percentage of new drug users will just die. Sometimes (but only sometimes) Big Pharma sets aside money to compensate victims; and the FDA has been paid to push those killer drugs through while looking the other way.
It works like this, when you have a heart attack while taking Chantix, your doctor will insist that “it wasn’t the Chantix!” Although there’s no way he could possibly know for certain what didn’t cause your heart attack. What that doctor does know, is what Big Pharma wants to hear…and it doesn’t want to hear about any problems with Chantix.
Why should Big Pharma have to pay for the privilege of poisoning people? Why indeed, when a much cheaper and reasonable solution is available? Why not just test the drugs on vulnerable populations? No profit set asides required! Give the drugs to poor kids who can’t really complain about them, or the elderly (they’re dying anyway!) And the otherwise disenfranchised (the crazies, you can do anything to the crazies, it only makes them crazier, and more vulnerable and defenseless.)
In Utopia, these truths are in plain sight, brought to us via Kevin Christie, a mad corporate scientist, (perhaps meant to vaguely remind you of Bill Gates.)
Christie laughs when he informs Becky, our young black nerd heroine, that the nasal spraysshe was given while sniffling at school, was in fact, just a carrier of the Delios virus. The Delios virus attacks the nervous system rendering it’s host paralyzed in a way that sounds like a cross between Parkinson’s and MS. Who would create that fresh hell? Christie. Christie labs manufactured the spray, and Trojan horse gifted boxes of it to Becky’s elementary school in a sort of 21st century Tuskegee experiment, except this time black kids were targeted in Biloxi.
Sigh…that dirty south, keeps blood in its mouth.
Kevin Christie knows he is experimenting on and killing children. He just doesn’t care. It’s all apart of his plan. (Trust it!) So bold is he in his endeavors to rule the world, he even creates a fake scandal, around his fake meat. He allows himself to be accused of testing controversial products on vulnerable children populations in order to throw reporters off the trail of his far more depraved shenanigans of spreading diseases to children via a variety unsuspecting methods. (It’s not the meat.)
Christie surmised, once a critical mass had been reached, and there was outright hysteria over all the kids being infected and dying from his super flu, (save them children!) parents and the public in general would be begging for a vaccine. The victimized, unfairly accused billionaire philanthropist, (the FDA tested the fake meat and found nothing wrong with it) would rise like a phoenix from the ashes and be redeemed for the amazing humanitarian that he is.
He planned to eagerly, for the love of humanity provide vaccines to all who need it, efficiently and expediently, for such a small price.
He’s got the poison…and the remedy.
Is any of this sounding familiar?
Already, I’m looking at all this fake meat like it might be Soylent Green. Have you noticed it’s everywhere? (Soylent Green is people! ) Why even put the idea out there that all this new fake meat might be problematic? Whole Foods is selling all kinds of fake meat products…and very cheaply, I might add. WTF is in it? I look at the price on some of this fake meat and think to myself there’s got to be a catch. Is it laced with slow releasing cyanide? I don’t trust it.
Poor people will consume cheap food. Is the fake meat being tested on poor people? What will the side effects be? Perhaps sterilization? Or a slow painful death? That is the fate that is awaiting poor Becky, all because she had a common cold.
And…what about these COVID-19 vaccines we’re all waiting on…will they be our undoing? This show will make you paranoid AF!
It’s a show that takes all the conspiracy theories (and just general skepticism that everyone should have about everything we’re experiencing at this moment in time) and throws gasoline on it, and fires up an industrial strength flame thrower.
Depopulation is Utopia for a Billionaire
Now that everyone has taken their red pills, and sees reality for the utter dystopia that it actually is, people are desperate for solutions. We’re all out in the streets, everywhere, demanding them. We’re voting and we are tending to our gardens.
Even the billionaires amongst us are coming up with plans. They’re probably thinking, who better to fix things? But one thing they do not appreciate, not in the least, is all this taking to the streets, with pitchfork frustration. That they want stopped.
If you’re a billionaire…outnumbered in the billions by non-billionaires, how do you solve this problem of so many demanding peasants? Peasants in the the streets stopping traffic and insisting upon living wages and lives that matter, clean air and water, and placing the planet above billionaire profit.
What drivel this must all seem to the Christie-like billionaire thinking:
It’s my planet and I’ll globally warm it, frack it, exploit it, and blast every living thing on the surface of it, if I want to.
Certainly they have the resources to do this.
But these human pests, swarming about! Let’s throw so much chaos and confusion at them all at once, they’ll turn against each other and kill each other off.
Divide and conquer has always worked so well. It works even better when you throw pestilence and disease into the mix.
“How much evil do you have to do, in order to do good?” Christie genuinely asks the Comicon misfits, right before he manages to divide them up and turn them against one another.
Is killing off almost everyone on this very crowded planet, really such a bad idea?
With all the charisma of a billionaire cult leader Kevin Christie, convinces at least one comicon conspiracy theorists that it is not.
Maybe Christie is right. Maybe Bill Gates is right. Maybe it really is for the best, if we all just die. Maybe we all just line up, and fall over like dominoes.
Is Utopia our foreshadowing? We’re taking red pills and eating fake meat, and protesting nonstop in the streets. Maybe Jim Jone’s styled vaccination sessions are next up on the agenda.
If I have to drink the koolaid, could I get a fruit punch flavor? This world is utter insanity.