I think we should take seriously for a moment the idea that this TV show is used by intelligence agencies to muddy the waters of conversation. They pair 1 part truth with 1 part aliens, and make the whole thing look like sci-fi. Then when the real thing happens, people don’t want to jump to the conclusions presented on the show, because they pair it with the outlandish alien stuff, so they think the actual conspiracy is fake too. The baby gets thrown out with the bathwater.
There’s no doubt the X-Files is owned by the MSM and the intelligence agencies. It’s about the FBI, so you know they’re going to be involved. It was advertised constantly during the super bowl, so you know the MSM is on board with the show, which means that the intelligence agencies are on board as well.
Consider the following quotes:
“The Central Intelligence Agency owns everyone of any significance in the major media.” – former CIA Director William Colby
“There’s really five companies that control 90 percent of what we read, see and hear.” – Ted Turner founder of CNN
“A cynical, mercenary, demagogic press will produce in time a people as base as itself.” – Joseph Pulitzer
So, if I were an evil super-powerful guy who was going to cause a world stock market crash on a Friday to ensure economic legislation like TPP and TIPP gets passed worldwide, I would probably talk about it on a show like the X-files right beforehand, making sure to pair it with conspiracy wackjob nonsense (as they did in the episode) and then when it actually happens, everyone will be afraid to touch the “X-Files explanation” even if it is correct. It would muddy the water, making real discussion more difficult, and making thinking clearly about the issue more difficult. Especially considering the entire country watched it. “You believe the world stock market crash was orchestrated? Do you believe aliens did it too?” will be the MSM refrain after it happens. This will give more buffer room for the powerful to get away with their crimes unquestioned, and keep the masses trapped in confusion instead of figuring out what’s going on. Controlled-opposition predictive programming, to put it in other words.
So, I just wanted to post this in the event that a few months from now the stock market crashes worldwide, I want to be able to say I saw this pattern in this show and that shows like the X-Files are probably disinfo of a sort that trains us away from thinking clearly about real issues, individually and as a culture.