The Fake Alien Invasion of 2024
In the 1950s there was a science fiction classic movie called The Day the Earth Stood Still. In the movie, an extraterrestrial being landed his space ship in Washington DC in an effort to warn earth that if it did not change its evil ways, it would be destroyed. In this case, it was a history of violence and the spread of atomic weapons into space, thereby posing a threat to the largely peaceful intergalactic community. The extraterrestrial shut down all mechanical devices for a period of 24 hours to demonstrate the true nature of the threat. The equivalent to a temporary EMP attack across the globe. In the recent remake with Keanu Reeves, humans were to be destroyed to save the planet from their evil ways, particularly, climate change.
The theme in each movie was a fantasy that an outside force would step in to stop humanity from destroying itself. In the original movie it was global radiation after an atomic war, in the remake, it was from the weather. Hint, there may be a high degree of sarcasm directed toward the alleged threat to humanity in the remake. In either case it was a political argument under the guise of space fantasy. The difference between the two movies, of course, is that nuclear annihilation is a legitimate threat, whereas, climate change is a natural phenomenon.
I first heard about the fake alien invasion of 2024 three or four years ago. At the time I was extremely skeptical.
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