Daredevil - FLNWO #28

08/08/20155 Comments

daredevilsquareWith their new Netflix original series, "Daredevil," the Marvel Entertainment juggernaut of recent years looks set to grow even bigger. But given that Marvel is now owned by Disney, and given the long history of comic books being used for propaganda, and given the documented ties between Marvel and the Pentagon, what kind of cultural conditioning is this series subjecting us to? Are we facing a tide of "propaganda of violence," and, if so, how should we react to it? Join us in this month's Film, Literature and the New World Order for an exploration of these issues with James Evan Pilato of MediaMonarchy.com

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How Netflix’s New Daredevil Series Makes Torture Into a Virtue

Daredevil, Torture, and the Importance of Context

Disney Swoops Into Action, Buying Marvel for $4 Billion

United States propaganda comics

Pop Culture Propaganda – Captain American History!

Pentagon Quit The Avengers Because of Its ‘Unreality’

Ben Affleck Explains The Line Between DC And Marvel Movies

Russia Investigating Marvel Comic Books as 'Propaganda of Violence'

PDF: US Army Influence on Hollywood (US Army's Entertainment Liaison Office Reports 2010-2015)

PDF: US Air Force Influence on Hollywood (US Air Force's Entertainment Liaison Office Reports 2013)

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  1. rockshot says:

    I never would watch this kind of thing, but since Pilato brought it up AND I could watch it for free….
    I did watch the whole series and have to admit that I liked it. Probably because the production value and writing are impressive, I did not pick up on the torture/violence aspect of it.
    I did notice that Netflicks is pushing the Israeli agenda with at least 20% of the offerings having SOMETHING to do with the “poor helpless Jews…how they SUFFAD!” meme. I have been burnt out on these less than mediocre movies somehow being pushed as FABULOUS 5 star movies for years.
    Before this, I watched part of one that glamorized violence so much that it showed the gore in slow motion. This was a costume drama without a story, just guts flying in slow motion, with fancy clothes and mild porn.
    Pilato brings up a good point of parents watching some of what the children are watching and instead of banning this stuff, just point out the ridiculous and laugh at it.
    If there is a season TWO of Daredevil, I will probably watch it only for free, being mindful of this review. Thanks.

  2. VoltaicDude says:

    As an atheist I’m glad to be able to reference the bible occasionally.

    Proverbs 3:31 – Do not envy a man of violence and do not choose any of his ways…

    Don’t know “Daredevil” but it’s very important to expose this type of propaganda.

    Becoming a responsible individual means being able to tell the difference between being a strong supporter of what is right and turning to the dark side – i.e.’s:

    The Dark Knight – “Madness is Like Gravity…”

    Les Miserables 1998 final scene

    Vigilantism is part of the NWO’s social engineering systems & networks.

    A lot of work gets done thru those channels: gov’t networks, corporate networks (including media), old mob networks, military networks, religious institutions, political networks, labor union networks, educational institutions, community networks, digitized “social networks” (we should definitely be thinking NSA Utah Data Center on how these are coordinated).

    Many people naively do not clearly understand when they are contributing to gang stalking – vigilantism.

    Exodus 23:2 – Thou shalt not follow a multitude to do evil…

  3. arcadia11 says:

    so still keep supporting it. when food is poisoned, still keep eating it but eat it with an open mind, yes?

    support violence, support poison, support torture. yep. that’s the american way. some day we will live in a world, i hope, when people are no longer interested in torture, violence, poison etc.


  4. s.jamieson says:

    You have to assume that if Netflix started a series where the hero ate people and there was a poll on people’s attitudes toward cannibalism sometime afterward, results would yield expected results, namely, that the practice had increased in popularity very considerably.

  5. NotDole says:

    I wonder if the guy behind Marvel…we saw him in a Simpsons episode when the Simpsons was still decent, is still alive for them to be acquired by Nazisney is one big rock against my childhood’s favourite cartoons.

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