126.96.36.199.2. Endemic pandemia in the pop culture
Too numerous are the Hollywood's 'zombie apocalypse' and 'pandemic' propaganda genres movies to be all cited here.
The Resident Evil
film series which is loosely based on the Capcom 'zombie outbreak' genre survival horror video game series of the same name, features a 'satellite mind-control' subplot.
Janus Prospero is the main protagonist of The Resident Evil movie series. Under the assumed name of Alice Parks, she is a former security operative of the Umbrella Corporation turned anti-Umbrella resistance fighter.
The Umbrella Corporation is presented as the largest and most powerful commercial entity in the world, modeled as what Elon Musk's ever growing and tentacular military-industrial empire could become in the near future.
She planned to expose the corporation’s illegal biological weapon experimentation with the t-virus on humans and animals.
The film follows amnesiac heroine Alice (Milla Jovovich) and a band of Umbrella Corporation commandos as they attempt to contain the man-made outbreak of the zombie virus called T-virus at 'The Hive', a secret underground facility.
In the second installment of the film series, Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004)
, it is revealed that the evil Umbrella Corporation has developed a way to control Alice remotely through their satellite network. Computer screen on the Mind Control operator's room display what Alice's eyes can see.
In the third installment of the film series, Resident Evil: Extinction (2007)
, five years after the incident of the Hive, the world has succumbed to the T-virus. Alice stays on the move to avoid capture by the Umbrella Corporation after she learned Umbrella could track and control her through satellites. She left the group to protect them, using the satellites trajectories to stay off the grid.
During a battle between the zombies and survivors, Dr. Alexander Isaacs, the head scientist of Umbrella's North American facility, attempts to shut down Alice, as the satellite network reacquires her. As Alice is frozen in place, she is able to overcome the control by 'frying' the satellite's processor through her advanced psionic powers.
In the fourth installment of the film series, Resident Evil: Afterlife (2010)
, Albert Wesker, the head of the Umbrella Corporation's Tokyo HQ tracks Alice from space by satellite with both real-time receiverless visual and audio feeds.
Umbrella mind controls captured prisoners possibly with satellites connected to a receiver embedded device placed on their chests, also causing them to lose all of their memory.
In the fifth installment of the film series, Resident Evil: Retribution (2012)
, the Umbrella Corporation mind controls captured prisoners possibly with satellites connected to a receiver embedded device placed on their chests, providing the operator with real-time visual and audio feeds.
In the sixth installment of the film series, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (2016)
, the Hive's sentient A.I. called the Red Queen, appears to Alice and plays a video of Dr. Isaacs explaining to Umbrella's executives a plan to release the T-virus, purging the world of humanity; thousands of the rich and powerful, including the company executives, are stored in cryogenic capsules in the Hive, with the intention of rebuilding the world following the resulting apocalypse.
• Three years before the official start of the 2019 COVID-19 world pandemic, an image of a coronavirus was already disclosed in 'The Final Chapter (2016)'.
• It is also no coincidence that the said bioweapon pathogen is also a virus.
• The bioweapon is an engineered man-made virus one.
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (2016)
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Soon after the T-virus was released, a secret file was uploaded to my data stream.
It was a recording of a meeting of the Umbrella high command dated 17 months before the viral outbreak occurred.
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We're here today not just to talk about the future of this company.
We're here to talk about its destiny.
We're here to talk about the end of the world.
We stand on the brink of Armageddon.
Diseases for which we have no cure.
Fundamentalist states who call for our destruction.
Nuclear powers over which we have no control.
And even if we navigate these dangerous waters, we face other, even more inevitable threats.
Global warming will melt the polar ice caps within 80 years, flooding 90% of all habitable areas on Earth.
Unchecked population growth will overtake food production in less than 50 years, leading to famine and war.
This is not conjecture. This is fact.
One way or another, our world is coming to an end.
Now, the question is, will we end with it?
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What do you propose?
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I propose that we end the world, but on our terms.
An orchestrated apocalypse, one that will cleanse the Earth of its population, but leave its infrastructure and resources intact.
It's been done once before...with great success.
The chosen few will ride out the storm, not in an Ark, as in the book of Genesis, but in safety, underground.
And when it's over, we will emerge onto a cleansed Earth, one that we can then reboot in our image.
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And just how do you intend to achieve this?
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The means of our salvation are already at hand.
I give to you the T-virus.
▲ Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (2016) videomancy: Three years before the official 2019 COVID-19 world pandemic, an image of a coronavirus was already disclosed in this movie.