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You are here: > News > December 1, 2012

Argo Propagates Fear

While the movie is excellent, the timing of release, in a time when the war drums are beating, will tend to support the propaganda vilifying Iran.  A tie in to Keshe's alleged space technology and the peace they are seeking to foster.

Six US Diplomats flee the embassy as it comes under siege. Finding safe harbor in a Canadian diplomat's home, they were then rescued by Tony Mendez (played by Ben Affleck) under false pretenses of being location scouts for a bogus Hollywood film, Argo.
(Still shot from trailer)

by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

Last night, at the close of my birthday, my wife and I went to see Argo. It is "a dramatization of the 1980 joint CIA-Canadian secret operation to extract six fugitive American diplomatic personnel out of revolutionary Iran."

I give it 9 out of 10 stars.

I loved the film and the bravery it illustrated of an agent who went to extreme lengths and great risks, and who even defied orders in order to rescue the six fugitives. The edge-of-your-seat, in-the-nick-of-time drama reminded me of the movie 2012. The film also did an excellent job of transporting us back to 1979-1980 time period, mixing historic footage with new filming reenacting that era. 

However, there is one huge thing that I don't like about the film.  Its timing.

We live in a day when the war drums are beating to go against Iran.

This movie will make that a much easier sell, because it portrays Iranians as voraciously anti-American.

Back in the 1979-1980 time frame, they had good reason to be upset. Against the US State Department's recommendation, taking the advice of Henry Kissinger and David Rockefeller, the US was harboring the ailing Iranian Shah at the Mayo Clinic. That Shah had been on a bloody vendetta in Iran to wipe out anyone who had opposed his previous administration that fell from power for a time. That is a large reason why the Iranians stormed the U.S. Embassy and took its occupants hostage for 444 days. They wanted the Shah back, so they could publicly try and execute him for his crimes against their country. (Iran hostage crisis)

Here's the official trailer for the movie:

The movie has grossed nearly $100 million dollars since its release in October.

What does this have to do with exotic free energy technologies?

One of the Top 5 runners up is the Keshe Foundation, which we've been devoting quite a bit of air time to. Mehran Keshe is an Iranian citizen living in Belgium, and allegedly has trained Iranian scientists in an advance flying saucer technology, by which they intercepted a US drone last year and landed it safely, without it being able to engage it's self-destruct programming to prevent capture.

His purpose in offering this technology to the nations of the world through their embassies in Belgium is to make war obsolete because offensive measures are no longer effective due to the ability to intercept any incoming hostile weapons or craft. He also seeks to create jobs through the deployment of these new plasma technologies.

From Keshe's vantage point, the US is by far the more vindictive and dangerous nation than Iran. And he doesn't have friendly sentiments toward Canada either, as they arrested him last year while he was travelling through their country, as we reported.

This morning, Keshe sent me a link to a comment he posted on his forum regarding a boycott of allowing the Canadian government to have access to his technology. The irony here, was that in the movie Argo, Canada was the heroic facilitator of the rescue of the 6 US Embassy fugitives.

I guess this illustrates the maxim: one man's hero is another man's villain.

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