Is "Soylent Green" merely science fiction or is there a hidden agenda within the movie? The 1973 movie starring Charlton Heston, Leigh Taylor-Young, Edward G Robinson and Joseph Cotten makes an impression on any viewer. Perhaps, one reason movie leaves an indelible memory, is discovery by Sol (Robinson) that Soylent Green is made from people. Sol makes decision because of this horrible thought to go to a voluntary euthanasia center to depart this world. Corbett.com hosts discussion on most recent venture into "...Film, Literature and the New World Order ...[to] talk to James Evan Pilato...about Soylent Green, the 1973 sci-fi movie based on the 1966 novel Make Room! Make Room!
by Harry Harrison. We discuss the differences between the book and the
movie, the eminent personage [Paul Ehrlich] who wrote the introduction to the book, and
how the story has been used to predictively program some of the
favourite memes of the eugenics propagandists." It's likely, movie represents predictive programming with central focus on cementing thoughts of overpopulation and control firmly in public's subconscious. You're convinced overpopulation is a problem, because you're informed so over and over.
A Chemtrails News writer found movie disturbing and recorded her reaction below:
"I saw the movie about 6 years after it was released, on TV. I was then a young lady and a very young mother. I remember that evening very well, because afterwards I couldn’t get any sleep. Usually pictures don’t have an effect on me easily, especially these Hollywood catastrophic ones, but this one had, and also a very bad one. I went to bed depressed and with a very bad feeling that there was something about this movie. Those days, sci-fi films were very much a la mode, a kind not so much of my taste. But dislike was not the issue, only worrying. The 2022 seemed so far away, also our lives from a situation like this, but somehow, an unexplainable force made me pay good attention to this film and remember it until now, 33 years later."
The above writer had a "gut reaction" and instinctively knew implications before her consciousness fully realized it. The movie offers depopulation meme embedded in its script, Agenda 21 before they met in Rio, sustainable growth and all that.
The Chemtrails News writer does make one more interesting observation: "Another strange detail in the film, is that the color chosen for Soylent wafer is the ‘green’. The red would make more sense since it was the one made of people. But green…? And of course one should not miss the very last image of the film, when Thorn is taken away on a stretcher and he raises his hand making the satanic symbol with his two fingers!!!" Is the hidden esoteric message "going green" comes at the cost of people's lives? Oh, by the way, don't forget your Soylent Green Crackers, if they don't taste bad they're at least in bad taste!