Highlighting the seriousness with which Washington has long regarded the potential of entertainment media to shape popular perceptions of the UFO phenomenon, this talk will bring together six-decades-worth of concrete cases in which the US government and military have attempted – often successfully – to shape the content of UFO-themed film and television products. In the majority of these cases, the government has sought to downplay the significance of UFOs and to massage its own public image in relation to the phenomenon.
At the opposite end of the spectrum, the talk will challenge as simplistic the popular notion that there exists an overarching “Hollywood UFO conspiracy” designed to acclimate the populous to UFO reality, and will provide an objective assessment of the evidence both for and against the idea that the ever-elusive “They” are using Hollywood to prepare us for Disclosure.
Robbie Graham presented “A Hollywood UFO Conspiracy?” on Friday August 5th, 2011, at the Exopolitics Leeds Expo.
If that's the case, they sure did a good job preparing us. At least I am totally prepared for it. If they came here now and revealed the whole galactic federation or whatever, I would just be like, "awesome, let's get up there" 🙂
I don't know why people have a problem with this concept. 1930's Hollywood was asked to play down the gangster/tough guy roles for popular actor's of the day. "Dramatization of Evil" they cslled it.
If there IS a Hollywood conspiracy, it is certainly to paint the Aliens as enemies of Humanity. Since ET, what movie has shown Alien life to be anything but hostile? Independence Day? Prometheus?!? What the heck was THAT crap? Face it, the Aliens represent a level of civilization that the American military-industrial complex is not yet willing to embrace. A vegetarian communist society that doesn
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