They Live, We Sleep: Corbett and Jimenez on John Carpenter’s 1988 Classic

Traces of Reality
August 19, 2014

 

They LiveCorbett Report: They Live – FLNWO #18

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Host: James Corbett

This month on Film, Literature and the New World Order, James talks to Guillermo Jimenez of TracesofReality.com about “They Live,” John Carpenter’s surprisingly prescient 1988 film about a society hypnotized and controlled by an alien species that cannot be seen directly. We discuss the film as a metaphor for the modern day “truth movement” viewpoint of a world controlled by a conspiratorial ruling elite, and what that metaphor can teach us about rebellion and resistance to the system as it exists.

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Show Notes:

Eight O’Clock in the Morning by Ray Nelson

Plato’s “Allegory of the Cave”

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