If you want to take a peek at what a one-world government would look and feel like, consider the themes addressed in Brad Pitt’s upcoming film ”“ ‘World War Z.’ The movie, which is slated for release in June 2013 is based on a novel of the same name written by Max Brooks. Of course, Hollywood likes to embellish when it comes to movie adaptations, and many of the special effects will most likely overshadow some of the more important themes of the film.
What would happen if something so great, powerful and unknown threatened to destroy humanity?
The plot of ‘World War Z’ follows the journey of United Nations employee Gerry Lane, who must travel the world in a race against time to end a Zombie pandemic that is overpowering the governments and armies. Humanity as we know it could cease to exist as the zombies quickly take over the world. Trailers and posters for the movie show swarms of zombies that resemble locusts, as they cover the ground and pile on top of one another to scale walls and leave behind a path of destruction.
Who knows what the future has in store for the world? A plague or contagious virus could take out large populations of humans. Disease could wipe out our food supplies. Mindless maniacs could multiply under the right set of circumstances from tainted food, drugs, or water.
In World War Z (the movie), the main actor is Brad Pitt and the plot centers on some of the elements that could lead to a one-world government that secret societies are believed to push for. Out of chaos, a New World Order could emerge, and a worldwide zombie takeover most certainly qualifies as a high level of chaos. Themes that the movie touches upon include martial law, massive depopulation, and a crisis that seems impossible to overcome.
Upon viewing the trailer, some have noted traces of ‘predictive programming’ in relation to martial law and Illuminati-like control.
Take a look at the trailer and you will be able to see some of the elements for yourself.
It’s start with Brad Pitt and his movie family enjoying breakfast around the table. A news report on the television mentions martial law, and his daughter asks what it is. Flashes of aircrafts flying overheard are seen. People are running frantically in the streets. The city fills with chaos. At first, you may think this is a movie about an alien invasion, but as you watch the trailer further ”“ it becomes apparent that the threat belongs to our own planet.
The military enters the picture, and we see a glimpse of the White House. Cities are going dark and the problem at hand seems to be affecting major locations around the world. You see evacuations and people fleeing for their lives. Smoke hovering over the cityscape indicates fires and burning. Neighborhoods are in turmoil. We learn that if a solution is not found, life as we know it will come to an end in 90 days. We see the devastation escalate worldwide. The military starts protecting national treasures such as the Declaration of Independence. The computerized tally of population loss soars across a computer screen. It’s a race to find out where ‘whatever it is’ started and learn how to stop it.
The devastation and chaos is intensely fast-paced in the trailer. This is the ultimate end-of-the-world movie, and we are reminded that if things ever get out of hand on the home front”“ the government will put martial law into place and our civil liberties will come under fire.
The concept of the movie also banks that the fear of a zombie apocalypse makes the public less resistant to the government implementing some of the same tactics that those who root for a one-world government support, such as marital law. The movie will strengthen our fear of such occurrences taking place. We are ‘programmed’ in a way to expect this to become an acceptable and inevitable response to such chaos.