Authors Joe Green And Lisa Pease Weigh In On “The Parallax View”, Mind Control

May 27, 2019

Author Joseph Green has written some great analysis of one of the most famous conspiracy movies ever; “The Parallax View”, starring Warren Beatty. “The Parallax View” pulls the curtain back on one of the most secret programs developed by psychologists working for intelligence agencies; the program to create a “Manchurian Candidate”. That is, a program to create a killer for political assassinations and a counterpart to serve as a patsy to take the fall for a hit.

The Parallax View in it’s entirety is best understood after reading Mr. Green’s extremely well thought-out review and analysis, at this link:

http://www.joegreenjfk.com/blog/the-rfk-assassination-the-parallax-view-2011

Green begins his piece with some background:

“The killing of Robert Kennedy on June 5, 1968, essentially ended the left-wing democratic movements that had been surging throughout the decade. With his brother John dead, as well as Malcolm X and Martin Luther King – in April that same year – there were no other figures of equivalent stature remaining to carry the banner for the left. Meanwhile, the civil rights gains so celebrated now had alienated the Southern Democrats, and as a result the Republicans had been able to flip once-blue states to red.[ii] The immediate beneficiary of the shooting, of course, was Richard Nixon, who gained in 1968 what JFK had denied him in the election of 1960.”

The 1973 film was directed by Alan Pakula, and has striking “parallels” to said assassinations of the 1960’s. Warren Beatty plays a reporter that witnesses a political assassination on Seattle’s Space Needle, in which a “patsy” is killed while the real assassin gets away.

The reveal is that “The Parallax Corporation” is a shadowy assassin factory, and Beatty is drawn down the rabbit hole to his own role as a patsy in another assassination. In the process, Beatty undergoes a personality test which smacks of known mind control programs. The scene in the movie where he is forced to watch the video embedded below is one of the most striking psychological themes ever presented in this type of show:

Now that you have watched the clip above, consider this article from “The SydneyMorning Herald”, July 7 1975:

The article describes a similar mind control program conducted by the US Navy, in which subjects recruited from paratroops, submarine crews and murderers from military prisons were desensitized to killing by watching horrible scenes of death and dismemberment. The future assassins were strapped to a chair, their heads clamped and eyelids propped open so they could not turn away.

Again, we turn to Joseph Green’s excellent essay:

“..the second tactic employed is active brain-washing, depicted in what is perhaps the film’s most famous sequence. Frady is asked to come to the Parallax offices. He is told to sit down on a chair and place his fingers down carefully on the provided slots. (One may speculate that the direction is both to monitor his physical responses but also to obtain his fingerprints, which are then used on the gun found at the end of the picture.) The lights go out, a screen comes down and Frady watches a drama unfold – a series of images with both Freudian and Jungian overtones. The commencement of violent, sexualized, and patriotic images encourages the subject to identify with both a photo of a weeping child but also, by the end, with the Marvel Comics character Thor as an embodiment of Aryan godlike power. The five-minute film thus depicts brainwashing by way of self-actualization.”

Green seamlessly weaves the plot of the movie in with the assassination of Robert Kennedy, and here is where author Lisa Pease lends her expertise; Pease has written the quintessential study of the Robert Kennedy Assassination titled “A Lie Too Big To Fail – The Real History of the Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy”.

In this valuable analysis – the result of her 25-year investigation into RFK’s death, Pease suggests that accused killer Sirhan-Sirhan was a programmed patsy, shown to be vulnerable to hypnotic suggestion, and much like in “The Parallax View”, Sirhan was a decoy while others did the killing. I can not recommend this book enough, and will have a more complete review at a future date. As it is, I am painstakingly margin noting nearly every page with significant facts I will return to.

In a recent twitter thread, Pease chimed in with more information on the Navy assassin program described by psychologist Lt. Commander Thomas Narut in the article above:

Pease adds a deeper view of Narut and the fallout from his disclosure on pages 408-409 of “A Lie Too Big To Fail”. Pease notes that while Narut was forced by the Navy to retract his claim about the assassin program, Narut apparantly only retracted the part about using murderers from military prisons.

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Joseph Green’s fine essay on The Parallax View is a great entry level examination of the Robert Kennedy assassination as well as the aspects of mind control, again this can be read at the link below:

http://www.joegreenjfk.com/blog/the-rfk-assassination-the-parallax-view-2011

And after you read that, go to your favorite bookseller and pick up a copy of Lisa Pease’s “A Lie Too Big To Fail”.

If you do not understand the significance and tactics of the assassinations of the 1960’s, you will never understand what is happening today.

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One Response to Authors Joe Green And Lisa Pease Weigh In On “The Parallax View”, Mind Control

  1. Tex on June 16, 2019 at 1:15 pm

    “Government is complex, far too complex for anything to happen by accident.” – John Stockwell

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