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PostSubject: Eerie Monkey Reference on Comedy Central   Sun 21 Feb 2010, 3:36 am

So, we're monkey's now.... and who is the smoking man who that keeps the monkey's lock-up but threatens to release them? Is he any relation to the Smoking Man in the X-files. What's the symbolism?

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PostSubject: Re: Eerie Monkey Reference on Comedy Central   Sun 21 Feb 2010, 11:47 am

Ye gods - stranger and stranger. pale
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PostSubject: Re: Eerie Monkey Reference on Comedy Central   Sun 21 Feb 2010, 1:00 pm

I've wondered if part of their plan is to include a mass-release of really bad people into society (nihilists), and whether this is a reference to them, or is this a reference to the mass-population in general?
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PostSubject: Re: Eerie Monkey Reference on Comedy Central   Sun 21 Feb 2010, 6:23 pm

The smoking man seem to be a Chrispher Walken impersonation (good one, too.)

Could they be referring to opening Pandora's Box? This is really starting to get to me. Sad


PS Great avatar. Wink


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PostSubject: Re: Eerie Monkey Reference on Comedy Central   Sun 21 Feb 2010, 8:36 pm

Explorer wrote:
The smoking man seem to be a Chrispher Walkin impersonation (good one, too.)

Could they be referring to opening Pandora's Box? This is really starting to get to me. Sad

PS Great avatar. Wink
I think the Pandora's Box is something that is a plan-B, to be unleashed if we (the public) doesn't go along with their Globalization plans ("One World or None").

If that is indeed the context, then the skit was a warning. Wonder who the intended audience was, because the public won't understand it? Maybe it was intended for key players within the Cryptocracy, for maybe they are getting skittish due to public awareness?

Anyway, if that was indeed a Walken impersonation, do you have any thoughts on what role or movie that might be from.
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PostSubject: Re: Eerie Monkey Reference on Comedy Central   Sun 21 Feb 2010, 9:00 pm

They Live wrote:
Explorer wrote:
The smoking man seems to be a Christopher Walken impersonation (good one, too.)

Could they be referring to opening Pandora's Box? This is really starting to get to me. Sad

PS Great avatar. Wink
I think the Pandora's Box is something that is a plan-B, to be unleashed if we (the public) doesn't go along with their Globalization plans ("One World or None").

If that is indeed the context, then the skit was a warning. Wonder who the intended audience was, because the public won't understand it? Maybe it was intended for key players within the Cryptocracy, for maybe they are getting skittish due to public awareness?

Anyway, if that was indeed a Walken impersonation, do you have any thoughts on what role or movie that might be from.


I'm not sure, but I THINK someone addressed him as "Mr. Lewis" (in the auto-trip scene). Gonna check out IMDB, see what I can find. I think "monkeys" are a clue but unfortunately it's not conjuring up anything significant for me right now.
Very interesting!
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Update: No "Mr. Lewis" references found at IMDB.
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PostSubject: Re: Eerie Monkey Reference on Comedy Central   Mon 22 Feb 2010, 7:15 pm

Attali wrote:
I've wondered if part of their plan is to include a mass-release of really bad people into society (nihilists), and whether this is a reference to them, or is this a reference to the mass-population in general?

Maybe, just maybe, this is a reference to Martial Law?? (Those guys are certainly THUGS.) So this could be The Elite taunting us with that threat, and certainly that is what everyone fears. Just a thought..

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