Lone Ranger film review: false-flag attacks by US oligarchs for genocide, resource control

The Lone Ranger’s story builds a literal bridge from past to present to understand  our real-world US oligarchs’ lies and false flag attacks to take land and resources. Plot:

  • The movie opens with a 1933 view of the construction of a bridge: the Golden Gate. Bridges connect one area to another, but only for those who wish to make the connection. A young boy receives a story from an aged Native American; I don’t know about you, but that boy would be just a few years older than my own father.
  • The antagonists in the story are connected by birth: two brothers. One brother orders the Texas Rangers for law enforcement and is a railroad baron; the other brother is an openly sadistic criminal who enjoys murder and eating human flesh. They pretend to be enemies and unknown to each other, but always are working together.
  • The criminal brother stages false flag attacks on ranches to blame Native Americans. The white collar criminal brother marshals the military to attack, kill, and drive Native Americans off the land.
  • The goal of the two brothers, from their introduction together as young men, is to take silver off the land for their personal wealth.
  • One bro is a psychopath in political and economic power who conducts press conferences and orders the military. The other bro is the terrorist who “justifies” the psychopath’s policies. They only pretend to be enemies, but use each other’s roles to further their mutual policy agenda and wealth.

Our real-world US oligarchs in government, money, and media continue to lie and stage false flag attacks to war-steal land and resources. They, too, pretend that “terrorists” are enemies rather than their own creations to justify their wars and looting. From history to the present:

The most elegant solution is for Americans in military and government to recognize “emperor has no clothes” unlawful orders, refuse them, and arrest those who issued them.

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