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Rowdy Roddy Piper Admits “They Live” Was Actually a Documentary

by Melissa Melton, The Daily Sheeple:

Remember the movie They Live? It’s the 1988 John Carpenter film about a group of elite aliens that control human beings on Earth through a TV signal that keeps people subdued with messages to obey government, consume and stay asleep like good little sheeple.

A drifter realizes what’s up by looking through the Hoffman sunglasses and seeing the true from of these alien controllers and their brainwashing campaign for what it really is. Tagline: “They live, we sleep.”

For 1988, the movie even had flying taser drones. So basically it’s a lot like America today (except the lizard alien part, which is debatable depending on who you ask).

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3 comments to Rowdy Roddy Piper Admits “They Live” Was Actually a Documentary

  • NaySayer

    That is some of the creepiest stuff I have ever seen. Wow.

  • Upstart

    The movie ‘They Live’ is an all time classic. It takes deeply Occult knowledge and throws it into the mainstream for all to see.

    The classic ‘fight scene’- apparently the longest single shot fight scene in movie history- is symbolic of the efforts needed to ‘wake people up’ and get them to see what is in front of them (as symbolised by putting on the glasses).

    Anyone who has truely fought to wake up a loved one or close friend will recognise the symbolism in that scene.

    The scenes of a Police State and post economic collapse society are also prohetic.

    Highly influential, and years ahead of other occult movies such as the matrix. A must watch.

    • Upstart

      The ‘TV signal’ used to put people into a docile state is only now being revealed in the form of ELF waves, microwaves, and other electromagnetic equipment (which makes Harrp look dated yet Carpenter revealed all this back in 1988!).

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