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Are you running out of time?

Updated: Jun 7, 2022

I’ve watched this film: In Time (2011) for the 3rd time and discovered many interesting

subliminal messages. Here’s the poster and the plot:



Plot:

In 2169, people are genetically engineered to stop aging on their 25th birthday, when a one-year countdown on their forearm begins. When it reaches zero, the person "times out" and dies instantly. Time has thus become the universal currency, transferred directly between people or stored in "time capsules". Several major areas called Time Zones exist; Dayton is the poorest, a manufacturing "ghetto" where people rarely have over 24 hours on their clocks, whereas in New Greenwich, people have enough time to be essentially immortal.

Will Salas, a 28-year-old Dayton factory worker, lives with his 50-year-old mother Rachel. One night, he rescues a drunken 105-year-old man named Henry Hamilton from a 75-year-old Fortis and his Minutemen, a group of time-robbing thugs. In a secret location, Hamilton, who has 116 years on his clock, but is tired of living, reveals to Will that the people of New Greenwich hoard most of the time, while constantly increasing prices to keep poorer people dying. The next morning, he transfers all but 5 minutes of his time to a sleeping Will, then times out by falling off a bridge before Will can stop him.


Subliminal messages:

Following the tracks of Matrix, this movie shows us another face of transhumanism. The new currency becomes time and not money. Every human being is monitored by his own clock. His value is fragmented by sparkles of time. You can pay everything with your clock. The timekeeper (agent Smith clone) follows the tandem (looking like Bonnie and Clyde), having the mission to stop them (no freedom).

The most dangerous subliminal message is that the world is built like a jail. Only the

richest can afford a decent life. Isn’t it what we are facing right now? In our time, the 21st century.



By anticipation, we also should have read the agenda of the NWO (agenda 2020-2030), creating a society with digital money, no cash, a world under total control of the elites. But the 2 bandits succeed to rob a bank and to distribute time unit to the crowd.

There, we have the evidence that the flyers servants (oligarchy and co) are scared of the people. If they manifest their intentions to dominate the world...they also unconsciously manifest their fear of losing their time (so their money) even if it is digital.


In this film, 2 forces are interacting. From one side...globalism meaning living in a uni-polar world ruled by the elites and from another side...a world made by humans for humans, free from the system. Dictatorship faces revolution.


Do you think the elites are stronger than you?


No! They want you to think there are strong, but they are weak. They manipulate the mass because their carry a lot of fears. And the fear of loss is one of them!


Careful you must be when sensing the future, Anakin.

The fear of loss is a path to the dark side.

Yoda (From Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005)






Kalen

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