Spiderman Next Batman?
December 19, 2012 in Offbeat
I ran across this “cute viral photo” of Obama and a little kid dressed like Spiderman. (Didn’t post pic, don’t want copyright bots) My “Spidey Sense” went off, and I wondered, is Spiderman set to be the next Batman? So I started Googling… Apparently, in 2009, Obama starred in an edition of Spiderman comics (news to me, I’m not a comic nerd) So, the association of Obama and Spiderman goes back aways… just thinking, maybe we need to keep an eye on the Spider, for the next wave…
So I looked at Wikipedia. There is a new Spiderman franchise, the first episode came out July 2012, “The Amazing Spiderman”. The next episode is set for release in 2014.
The new series is being directed by Marc Webb, who’s mainly done music videos, at least 100 since 1997. (Music videos, a favorite Illuminati vehicle for symbolism). “Webb’s signature is a white lamb, which has appeared in a few of his videos.” (Lambs symbolize innocence, Christ, and sacrifice).
The plot of “The Amazing Spiderman” involves the evil Oscorp developing human/animal DNA, to cure diseases. (The worst GMO nightmare). Combining lizard DNA with a mouse caused the mouse to regrow a limb, and immediate human trials are ordered; when a scientist with morals and ethics refuses to test on humans, he is fired. Desperate, the scientist tests the lizard DNA serum on himself, and turns into the bad guy, a giant lizard man. David Icke, the Reptilians behind the Illuminati, pretty obvious. Less obvious, “resistance is futile”, the ethical scientist, trying to do the right thing, is turned into the villain, a Reptilian.
According to the Themes and Analysis on Wikipedia, “Both Webb and star Garfield described Parker as an outsider by choice, someone hard to get close to. As in the early comic books, the character “is a science whiz. If you look back to the early Stan Lee and Steve Ditko comics, he’s a nerd with big glasses,” said Webb. He explained “the idea of what a nerd is has changed in 40 or 50 years. Nerds are running the world.”
Weren’t James Holmes and Adam Lanza both described as stereo-typical nerds? Science whiz’s? Hard to get close to? Didn’t they both dress up like cartoon characters, when they acted out the roles of villain?
Next, a reference associating Anonymous with trolls; “Garfield compared his Spider-Man façade as a metaphor for internet anonymity, saying, “You feel the power of it, the power of not being seen, the power of the mask. Peter becomes witty when he’s got that protective layer. It’s like he’s on a message board. He’s got the anonymity of the Internet within that suit, and he can say whatever the hell he likes, and he can get away with anything.” (Once again, associating the “heroic” Anonymous, populist vigilantes of the internet, with villians, trolls on message boards.)
Another “Resistance is Futile”: Actor Rhys Ifans described his character (Lizard Man) as a flawed character… “Curt Connors is by no means an evil villain,” Ifans stated. “He’s not like the Batman villains, like the Joker, who are the embodiment of evil. Curtis Connors is a great man who makes a bad decision. … That’s the whole magic of the Spider-Man idea. These people are the embodiment of our flaws and our desires that lead to tragedy.”
OK, so we are switching from the overtly evil, as in Batman, to the good guy, trying to do good, but making bad decisions… so what does that mean? Is the message, “no matter what you do, evil will still win? Resistance is futile, you will assimilate?”
Anyways, I’m just thinking, if any Infowarriors have a knack for finding clues in movies, check out the new Spiderman franchise for Illuminati symbolism and predictive programming.
This video was uploaded Jauary 9, 2009. Barrack Obama, our genetically engineered, flawed hero?