Soylent Green, the classic dystopian Hollywood film starring Charlton Heston was released during the height of the Globalist-engineered 1973 Oil Crisis and is set in the year 2022.
It’s jarring to watch Soylent Green on the eve of 2022 because now, you can tell that what you’re looking at is the Great Reset.
You now know that you’re actually looking at the lifestyle that the Globalists planned for you – should you’ve survived the vaxx.
You’re looking at the ancient genesis of Impossible Burgers and Joe Biden’s Infrastructure Bill.
Soylent Green is a classic example of Predictive Programming. It was clearly written by someone who had either read The Limits to Growth or who had friends at the Club of Rome.
This pest-control approach to civil society is what informs the World Economic Forum and their Green New Deal active genocide program being waged against humanity today.
And all of this is somehow easier to countenance with 1970s fashion and design – which are an absolute gas!
But it’s actually important. And you can watch the full film for free now.
In the year 2022, the population has grown to 40 million people in New York City alone. Most housing is dilapidated and overcrowded, and the homeless fill the streets and line the fire escapes, stairways of buildings, abandoned cars, subway platforms, etc. Unemployment is at around 50%. Summers are oppressively hot and humid with temperatures over 90F degrees during the day and night due to Earth’s recent climate change resulting from the Greenhouse Effect. Food, as we know it in this present time, is a rare and expensive commodity. Most of the world’s population survives on processed rations produced by the massive Soylent Corporation, including Soylent Red and Soylent Yellow, which are advertised as “high-energy vegetable concentrates”. The newest product is Soylent Green: small green wafers which are advertised as being produced from “high-energy plankton”. It is much more nutritious and palatable than the red and yellow varieties but, like most other foods, in short supply which often leads to weekly food riots.
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