Conspiracies: November 2003 Archives

November 18, 2003

One we missed

Egypt: The Matrix Reloaded has been banned because is promotes Zionism and may harm social peace and some commentators, such as Karen Jayes, seem to agree with this, to the point of appearing to support some kind of conspiracy theory to explain it.

The relationship between Trinity and Neo - he being the savior of Zion and her name representing the pillars of Christianity - could be seen as mirroring the long-standing Judeo-Christian alliance between the US and Israel. This idea comes to its climax when Neo brings Trinity back from the dead by superhumanly reaching into her heart and squeezing it back to life. Trinity rescued Neo in the first movie, and the first words she utters when she wakes in the sequel are gobsmackingly predictable: Now we're even.
There were other aspects of the movie that outraged me. Too many long-winded militaristic speeches from Morpheus (Lawrence Fishborne) and other army-style confrontations, peppered with the yes-sir, no-sir and with-all-due-respect sir interchanges which have become more or less run-of-the-mill Hollywood dialogue, turned the movie from the subversive philosophical kick at the system that the original movie was, into nothing more than another Hollywood propaganda favor to the White House.

And, to prove it all, she quotes an old, well-known chestnut from Marlon Brando - Hollywood is run by Jews. It is owned by Jews, and they should have a greater sensitivity about the issue of people who are suffering. Hollywood movie promotes Zionism - Middle East Times, 20th June 2003.

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