A Horrible Socialist Movie! The Tomorrowland Lie | Bill Whittle

hi everybody welcome to afterburner I'm Bill Whittle well I've been looking forward to the movie Tomorrowland since I first saw the trailer many months ago you know I was a young boy at the 1964 World's Fair and it rewired my brain I came out dreaming of monorails and jetpacks and frankly I never got over it so imagine my delight when I discovered that the movie opens with a young boy and his jet pack at the 1964 World's Fair I enjoyed the first three minutes of this movie immensely the remaining two hours and seven minutes were excruciating it was oral surgery without anesthesia Tomorrowland is a messege movie but before I talk about the message let me briefly talk about the movie this mess is simply one of the worst acted worst written worst directed and worst designed to buckle since well said Jupiter ascending another nine-digit leftist catastrophe from earlier this year Tomorrowland is simply appallingly made now I'd love to tell you about the plot but there is no discernible plot apparently robots from another dimension are trying to help and kill young Casey Newton because she was given a pin that allowed her to see the alternate dimension Tomorrowland and she wants to ride on the interstellar Bandcamp trip along with other genetic perfection teenagers basically I think it comes down to this we stupid greedy ordinary people are bad because we don't have Tomorrowland pins but especially because we didn't listen to the smart people who do have pins when they told us that the world was about to end through global nuclear war and also global warming global flooding global wending and global fashion failure therefore the smart people with the pins in Tomorrowland have been transmitting a fake signal which is nevertheless true sound familiar about the coming catastrophes in order to get us stupid people without pins to do the sensible thing which is of course to submit to the instructions issued by the smart people with the pins dressed in future clothes designed by Brazilian transvestites with unresolved Nazi fetishes but look there's a point to be made here and it's the point that super liberals like greater director Bradford and George Clooney are trying to make it's the point about their point really first they can read the future in this movie how flattering for them and there's apparently a countdown timer with a big number fifty five or something like that that's when the world is going to end one hundred percent certainty in 55 days through a series of nuclear explosions that set off global flooding or something like that fifty five days from now so I guess we'd better start listening to the people with the enamel pins right now they are scientists after all and when scientists with enamel pin say something you had better listen or else you know as the movie says you kind of deserve to die now for example when they say that the Arctic will be ice-free in summer in 2009 or 2011 or 2014 only to discover that pack ice has not only not disappeared as predicted by the Tomorrowland computers but it's actually rather increased well some of us without the pens think that there might be a problem with the theory turns out we're just greedy and we want to die so there's that lesson but of all of the lessons learned from the subconscious projections on the part of uber libs Brad Bird and George Clooney it must be the contrast between the gleaming magnificence of the actual city and the dead-eyed robotic inhabitants of it everyone living in Tomorrowland has that same exotic dead-eyed utterly useless look of a runway model in Milan or those heroin-chic self haters in a fragrance ad for Vogue or GQ you know vain vacant unsmiling lifeless diversity mannequins the only real people that appear in this movie are right at the very first few minutes the 1964 citizens of the America whose passing we conservatives lament you know friendly happy decent confident people none of them wearing badges none of them robotic none of them dressed like Venetians space palace guards just normal average Americans at the height of their powers now somewhere in this mess we're supposed to feel sorry for the broken windows and mildewed paint of that gleaming City fallen into ruin well I actually did you know the actual city was the only character in the movie that I actually liked so what killed it what killed the actual tomorrowland of Walt Disney and of the future of the 1964 World's Fair progressives killed it that's who the gleaming promise of tomorrow is not built on wind power or recycling or soul and brain dead fashion model citizens with shiny little enamel genius pins the promise of the future was based on confidence the confidence of a people who at that time were uniquely free of all politics Tomorrowland was not a government vision it was a product of a single man named Walter with a vision and the corporation that brought that vision to life the World's Fair that inspired both me and Brad Bird was a collection of pavilions sponsored by General Motors IBM Bell Westinghouse and Ford to name a few the NASA logo that features so prominently on our teen protagonist cap well that NASA didn't build a single rocket or a capsule those were done by greedy dollar loving corporations named North American Rockwell and Grumman and Teledyne and Hughes Lockheed and all the rest I see this is the inescapable irony of this artistic and financial disaster liberals like Brad Bird and George Clooney lament the loss of the optimistic future while demonizing the free market non-coercive business dynamos that were going to you know actually make it possible at the same time they worshiped the big state big brain elitist politicians who meet in places like Tomorrowland or the Harvard Law School and issue pins to those other big brains to enable them to tell the rest of us whatever lies are needed in order to get us to bend a knee gleaming Tomorrowland fell into ruin for the same reason the gleaming Detroit home of so many of the sponsors of that 1964 World's Fair fell into ruin it's the progressive ideology of entitlement division and especially the self-hatred that destroys confidence punishes the successful and rewards the incompetent and that's the final insult of Tomorrowland it's uttered at the very end not in the puerile monologue Telegraph from odd birds keyboard to Hugh Laurie's lips but rather in the supposedly upbeat ending in it George Clooney issues instructions to his army of dead-eyed calf ioud over most neurotic looking heartless children robot recruiters telling them to take a new set of magic enamel pins and discover an entirely new crop of pin wearing elitist fascist to repair and renew the world destroyed by the last crop of pin wearing elitist fascists and as these robot children walk off into the rain forests and the windmill farms of the bright future your chance of getting into the new Tomorrowland are apparently about zero if you're one of the white males that actually built the real thing but it's approaching a hundred percent if you're a street style mixed-raced artists of color or an aging female thai rice farmer who also does pottery if you're one of those you're pretty much in automatically now this is the real travesty the real travesty of the message in Brad Bird and George Clooney's world because in their world you don't find Tomorrowland Tomorrowland finds you and if it does if you're selected you wake up in a field of presumably gluten-free non-gmo wheat and stare at a beautiful soulless prison with no suburbs and no slums because the big brains with the enamel pens have determined they've determined not you not anybody else and certainly not your merit who gets to live there and who gets to die like a dog out in the world of greedy great unwashed people who don't appreciate the sacrifices that the smart people have made on their behalf you know if Walt Disney had seen this film as a young man he would have torn up his proposal for Disneyland and started drinking himself to death and that's what Tomorrowland makes me want to do right now you

28 thoughts on “A Horrible Socialist Movie! The Tomorrowland Lie | Bill Whittle

  • Today there are two worlds. One is called "it's great to be me" and the other "it sucks to be you". In this world of diversity that for some reason offends the crap out of some people, the ultimate human need is peace of mind. The sad part is that some of us have so much hate for one another, the are people that envision a future without people they hate not because of intelligence but personal bias. When the end comes it won't matter if your a liberal, conservative, leftist, rightist, whatever. The future is what you make it. You dont need a pin for that.

  • I liked the movie because it was showing how the Global Warming agenda was being pushed over the airwaves into the minds of the people. Of course, we probably don't have transmitters quite like Tomorrowland did, but the message is the same. The expectations of impending Climatic doom is clearly lied about by those pushing that specific future! That is why the Tomorrowland movie is brilliant in a way, accidently. Because that negative future is broadcasted. People believed in it, and that's all they see. But I know it's false, because it is only a broadcast.

  • shouldn't be feeding the trolls and clooney is a cunt but…you are even a bigger cunt for denying global warming…go read the paper you mention…cunt

  • Let's imagine.

    If you glimpsed the future

    and were frightened by what you saw,

    what would you do

    with that information? You would go to…

    Who? Politicians? Captains of the industry?

    And how would you convince them?

    With data? Facts?

    Good luck.

    The only facts they won't challenge

    are the ones that keep the wheels

    greased and the dollars rolling in.

    But what if…

    What if there was a way

    of skipping the middleman

    and putting the critical news

    directly into everyone's head?

    The probability of

    widespread annihilation kept going up.

    The only way to stop it was to show it.

    To scare people straight.

    Because what reasonable

    human being wouldn't be galvanized

    by the potential destruction of everything

    they have ever known or loved?

    To save civilization,

    I would show its collapse.

    But how do you think

    this vision was received?

    How do you think people responded

    to the prospect of imminent doom?

    They gobbled it up,

    like a chocolate clair.

    They didn't fear their demise,

    they repackaged it.

    It can be enjoyed as video games,

    as TV shows, books, movies.

    The entire world wholeheartedly

    embraced the apocalypse

    and sprinted towards it

    with gleeful abandon.

    Meanwhile, your Earth

    was crumbling all around you.

    You've got simultaneous

    epidemics of obesity and starvation.

    Explain that one.

    Bees and butterflies start to disappear.

    The glaciers melt.

    Algae bloom all around you.

    The coal mine canaries are dropping dead,

    and you won't take the hint!

    In every moment,

    there is the possibility of a better future.

    But you people won't believe it.

    And because you won't believe it,

    you won't do what is necessary

    to make it a reality.

    So you dwell on this terrible future,

    and you resign yourselves to it.

    For one reason, because of that future

    doesn't ask anything of you today.

    So, yes, we saw the iceberg,

    we warned the Titanic.

    But you all just steered for it anyway,

    full steam ahead.


    Because you want to sink.

    -Tomorrowland (2015)

    (youtube comment)
    When the world is doomed, what do you do?

    You'd try to alert people so they could take action to prevent the death of the world from happening, right?

    And how would you do it? With news stories? Scientific data? Good luck. Most people would rather turn a blind eye to any environmental issues and just watch Walking Dead reruns to get their minds off it.

    But what if there was a movie that was family friendly, had a great cast, and even had the Disney name attached to it? What if Hugh Laurie had a remarkable and compelling speech which tried to get the message out to as many people as possible to get their acts together? To save civilization, the movie would show it's a collapse.

    But how do you think this movie was received? The ticket sales were lackluster because everyone would rather watch the same kind of movie they'd seen a hundred times before. People didn't care to see something original, they wrote it off BECAUSE it was original! Critics, internet reviewers, right-wing conservatives, all defecated upon this movie and told people it was a waste of time.

    Meanwhile, the movie was actually a hidden gem. An entertaining film with a powerful message, but nobody cared to see it! And because nobody wanted to watch it, the message went unheard by so many. In every moment, there is the possibility of a better future, where people get off their lazy asses and actually take action to improve something! Learning a new skill, planting trees to make the air cleaner, spending time with their families, inventing new technology!

    But people would rather resign themselves to a boring future where they never do anything of value for one reason: Because it's easier. The future where we've solved world hunger ended prejudice and achieved world peace is hard. Achievable, but hard. And the future where everyone is a lazy glutton that does nothing but eats pizza and watches TV all day is easy.

    So yes. We saw there was a problem, and we tried to warn people. But they just ignored this warning like all the others. Why? Because they want to be lazy. They gave up.

    And it's not the movie's fault if it's not striking a chord with you, it's yours.

  • Holy shit, Stretch Armstrong can’t reach as far as you. How did you make this a race thing? Packed ice? Is this supposed to be a movie review?

  • I loved the Disney movie tomorrow land I loved the 1964 world fair I loved the city of tomorrow land the movie sends us an important message about the future if we use technology and progress in a positive way like we first dreamed of with monorails people movers flying cars and rockets to the Moon and Mars we seemed to stop dreaming about the future after Walt Disney died and after Epcot opened to the public in 1982 we had an important chance to make our future we horizons opened to the public in 1983at Epcot the world should of got together with the Walt Disney company general electric and Siemens and made our future come true however people focused on Star wars and cared about a Scarry negative future we are in for a rude awakening with world war 3 Armageddon and tribulations like the Bible pirdicks as long as the world continues to make our future bad by using progress in a Scarry negative way we are in trouble if people would think like Walt Disney a keep our planet earth clean a keep our planet earth safe from nuclear wars and missiles we can have our future happy and safe it is up to mankind do we take care of the planet earth that God made us or do we help destroy the earth it is up to mankind let's make our future a happy one be like Walt Disney and not like Trump and Putin and kin Jung une be like Jesus and not like satin be like Luke Skywalker and not like Darth Vader I dream like Walt Disney don't let satin win be like Jesus

  • Why is YouTube the only site where I see the most bat shit insane, right wing morons on the internet (besides pol)?

  • Just because you didn’t get that little pin doesn’t mean you can call crap on a movie with a very different message that wasn’t about “secretive smart people” and “stupid people”.
    The movies message was optimism. Being optimistic about the future and building it, instead of emitting the FIGURATIVE negative frequency through news and social media. Stop assuming the message behind a children’s movie. Your an adult. Optimism should be your life.
    Then again, your complaining about this movie…

  • Progress is a religion
    This movie was a catechism.
    It was also, in a way, a mirror into which the narcissist stares with glassy eyes and sees him/her/zherself as the protagonist wearing a shiny enamel pin.
    and you, of all people deserve a pin the least.

  • This guy has really powerful filter glasses on when watching this movie. It's one of the best movies of all time and he can't see it because he's too busy twisting it into something else to hate. At the end he admitted he's suicidal. Pray for this guy without a pin

  • Can you possibly be this dumb? I assume you are. You are stupid. Wow, idiot. These things are happening, you miss the simple point of need to change. So again the movie is correct because you are the apocalypse wanting to happen.

  • Yes God forbid that a movie send the message that we have answers and can take humanity down a different path.Instead of us just making money and making more worthless junk that serves no purpose. Yes the horror of people living ,learning and doing good things for the good of all instead of money. More garbage from another Republican Oligarch loving commentator.

  • You forgot Global Whining. We can survive all that other stuff, it's the Global Whining that will be the end of the human race.

  • Anything conservatives see as a threat to their reptilian aristocracy they systematically destroy. They are the ones that need to be destroyed but first educate yourselves on what they are all about:



    The CIA also helped create the conservative think tank movement. Prior to the 70s, think tanks spanned the political spectrum, with moderate think tanks receiving three times as much funding as conservative ones. At these early think tanks, scholars typically brainstormed for creative solutions to policy problems. This would all change after the rise of conservative foundations in the early 70s. The Heritage Foundation opened its doors in 1973, the recipient of $250,000 in seed money from the Coors Foundation. A flood of conservative think tanks followed shortly thereafter, and by 1980 they overwhelmed the scene. The new think tanks turned out to be little more than propaganda mills, rigging studies to “prove” that their corporate sponsors needed tax breaks, deregulation and other favors from government.

    Of course, think-tank studies are useless without publicity, and here the CIA proved especially valuable. Using propaganda techniques it had perfected at the Voice of America and Radio Free Europe, the CIA and its allies turned American AM radio into a haven for conservative talk show hosts. Yes — Rush Limbaugh uses the same propaganda techniques that Muscovites once heard from Voice of America. The CIA has also developed countless other media outlets, like Capital Cities (which eventually bought ABC), major PR firms like Hill & Knowlton, and of course, all the Agency’s connections in the national news media.

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