Has a fictional film ever depicted an apocalypse so accurately that it has practically been banned in the very city renowned for its controversial film making? That seems to have finally happened.
Using today’s headlines as its focus, this film – “AmeriGEDDON” – jerks the viewer from his or her current comfortable existence to one of the darkest of existences, a post-collapse society where international military and security forces are used to restore order in a United States ravaged by chaos.
“It serves not merely as a view into things to come, but as a warning to anyone with an ear to hear and eyes to see,” says a review of the film at The Hagmann Report.
The film is “an extremely well-done look into a reality that exists just ahead of the next signpost on the side of the road in which all of us are currently traveling,” the review continued.
“Those of us who instinctively know that things are not as they appear to be have run through the various scenarios: nuclear war, economic meltdown, civil war… the possibilities are endless. And, many have prepared for such possibilities,” The Hagmann Report notes further.
“But what if the scenario turns out much worse than even you expected? Imagine the worst of all scenarios combined, a complete takedown of our power grid. What then?”
If a purposeful cyber attack or an electromagnetic pulse event were to disable it for an extended period of time, most Americans would die – from disease, conflict and anarchy – in the first year alone, say experts.
In August 2014, former CIA Director James Woolsey and former CIA official and EMP Commission member Peter Vincent Pry wrote in The Wall Street Journal:
During the Cold War, Russia designed an orbiting nuclear warhead resembling a satellite and peaceful space-launch vehicle called a Fractional Orbital Bombardment System. It would use a trajectory that does not approach the U.S. from the north, where our sensors and few modest ballistic-missile defenses are located, but rather from the south. The nuclear weapon would be detonated in orbit, perhaps during its first orbit, destroying much of the U.S. electric grid with a single explosion high above North America.
In 2004, the EMP Commission met with senior Russian military personnel who warned that Russian scientists had been recruited by North Korea to help develop its nuclear arsenal as well as EMP-attack capabilities. In December 2012, the North Koreans successfully orbited a satellite, the KSM-3, compatible with the size and weight of a small nuclear warhead. The trajectory of the KSM-3 had the characteristics for delivery of a surprise nuclear EMP attack against the U.S.
Surprisingly, it is this exact scenario – a satellite-based nuclear device used to take out the U.S. power grid – that is featured in AmeriGEDDON (the trailer for the film is here).
“AmeriGEDDON provides astounding insight into the plan, the event and the aftermath of such an attack,” noted The Hagmann Report. “It provides a critical look into the reaction of a largely mind-numbed population, and those who step up to fight against the tyrannical takeover of the United States by a cabal of globalists.
“It is a film that should awaken even the sleepiest among us, while giving hope that there will be those, born for this day and time, who will arise from the masses and show that the plans of the Luciferian globalist power cabal will suffer at the hands of those appointed to fight on the side of righteousness,” The Hagmann report continued.
Millions of Americans have already begun a prepping lifestyle, but the reality is very few of them have any direct experience surviving in collapsed society, especially one as well-armed as America.
This is one of those few must-see films (like the recently-released documentary “VAXXED” – which exposes the cover-up of the autism-vaccine link) that comes along every so often. If you’re near a theater when it opens, take the time to view it.