Living with the Matrix or the irreversible effect of developing blue pill resistance

Written by Andrew Winkler, The Rebel Media Group

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Usually, I’m not a huge fan of mainstream US movies. Not only do they upset me by making ethically questionable behaviour such as adultery, casual sex and the use of violence as a means of conflict resolution seem normal, but they all too often are nothing more than a thinly veiled commercial for Jewish brands such as Dell, Starbucks and Ben & Jerry.

One movie though sticks out of the mass and it is the only movie ever I watched twice in a row. I still struggle to figure out why it was produced in the first place. From the point of view of the Zionist mafia controlling America’s entertainment industry, producing the ‘Matrix’ was extremely risky. Didn’t they realise that it is an allegory of the world they have created for us, a world of smoke and mirrors, where nothing is what it seems? After all, Hollywood is one of the main pillars of exactly that mind-controlling machine, making the ‘Matrix’ the equivalent of a book written by Dick Cheney on the evilness of the New World Order.

One of the key scenes in ‘The Matrix’ is when Neo – played by Keanu Reeves - has to choose between the blue [should be coloured red - Satan's colour] and the red pill [should be coloured blue - God's colour]. Once he has taken the red pill (blue pill |, he no longer is fooled by the imaginary world the Matrix has created for its captives. He suddenly can recognise the Matrix for what it is and how it operates. While the Matrix in the movie is a machine that has trapped mankind in cocoons as a source of electrical energy, the Matrix in the real world has trapped us as a source of income in a world of taxes, interest rates, rent and consumerism [don't forget TV and religion -[.

I can't decide which Matrix is worse, the one in the movie, or the one in the outside world. For generations now, we have been fooled into believing that we live in a world of freedom and human rights, where we elect our governments and are protected by the rule of law. We are told that in return for that privilege we have to pay tax , rent and interest, and – at times – go to war to protect this wonderful way of life.

While the simpler minds amongst us are kept quiet with a modern version of ancient Rome’s bread and games, the more educated people are filled with gigabytes of illusionary data, tricking them into believing to live in a world that only exists in their heads. In that imaginary world, we live in an enlightened society, where everything is so much better than in the dark ages of the past. We are all a big family, a caring society that ensures that everybody is taken care of and nobody discriminated against.

What worries me the most is how the ruling elite in recent years has decided that it no longer needs to be so 'caring'. It got cocky and felt that ‘wasting’ so much money on maintaining the illusion is no longer required. The big project of creating the New World Order is almost complete and the mind-control so powerful, our self-chosen rulers have decided that they can risk cutting down on welfare, public health and education, and all those other spoils that kept the masses happy after the debacle of World War II.

Like in the movie, where taking the red pill [blue pill |] suddenly allowed Neo to see through the Matrix, doing so in the real world has an irreversible effect. Once we realise that the world we live in is nothing but an illusion, the rest is just a matter of time. The real world, the world of the Matrix, is right in front of our eyes. The same data - depending on whether we are ‘blue pillers’ or ‘red pillers’ - mean totally different things, and once we have seen the face of the evil machine, there is no turning back.


Andrew Winkler is the editor/publisher of Sydney based dissident blog and founder of Jews Anonymous. He can be contacted on editor [at] ziopedia [dot] org.">editor [at] ziopedia [dot] org.This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it  You can find more of his articles in the Editorial Section of the em> site.
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