Conspiracy Theory is just a name for the reality that the Promethean establishment doesn't want you to know about. If the story didn't reflect what was actually happening, they wouldn't care if you saw it or not.
concerned that Amazon's Utopia is letting the cat out of the bag in
full view of the public:
group of comic book fans discover an unpublished manuscript for a graphic novel
that they believe holds clues about the future, shadowy forces are also looking
for the same manuscript, and eventually the comic book fans uncover a global
conspiracy. So far, so run-of-the-mill.
But the nature of that conspiracy
plays very differently in 2020 than it did in 2013, and the results are
catastrophic.As the characters discover, the reason the comic book contains
clues to things that haven’t yet happened is that it was drawn by one of the
architects of a plan designed to stave off planetary collapse as the population
rises and fossil fuels run out. Here’s the plan:
the general public that there is an outbreak of a deadly new virus. To sell the
story, poison or otherwise kill people, then attribute their deaths to the
the fake pandemic is up and running and the public is terrified, announce that
there is a vaccine that can defeat the virus.
the help of global elites, NGOs, and world governments, inject everyone on the
planet with this “vaccine” as quickly as possible.
The vaccine is designed to permanently sterilize all or all but a certain
percentage of the people who take it. Sit back and relax as the global
population drops from 7.8 billion to about 500 million in a single generation,
ushering in a new era of plenty.
You can probably see the
problem here, and it’s an insurmountable one. We are in the middle of an actual
pandemic, a staggering number of Americans sincerely believe that that pandemic
is a politically motivated hoax, and an equally staggering number believed
vaccines were harmful years before COVID-19 emerged. It’s not the filmmakers’
fault we’re in this mess, it’s not their fault so much of the public is
superstitious and gullible, and it won’t be their fault if Utopia gives some
dumbass the confidence they need to quit wearing a mask and infect and kill you
or the people you care about. Make whatever art you like—the audience isn’t
your problem! But if you’ve made something about a scrappy group of kids
uncovering a giant conspiracy, and it turns out that in the time since you
finished shooting, that exact conspiracy theory has suddenly revealed itself to
be a) believed by a significant portion of the population and b) deadly, it
might not be a bad idea to push the release date.
Conspiracy Theory is just a name for the reality that the
Promethean establishment doesn't want you to know about. If the story didn't
reflect what was actually happening, they wouldn't care if you saw it or not.