Dr Hassan Abbasi on Strategic Cinema (Part 3) حسن عباسی CAPTIONED

Dr Hassan Abbasi on Strategic Cinema (Part 3) حسن عباسی CAPTIONED


A period of ideological contrast between East and
the West was performed by James Bond Symbolizing a man in a suit, who would complete
his role as a MI-6 agent without flaws. Regardless of whether James Bond was able to show the contrast of East and West,
the contrast of competition between in the Nuclear era was done by Rocky(Movie). They have an Italian actor by the name of Sylvester
Stallone that depicted International system as ring of boxing And in every different level of Nuclear competition that would cause a
sound — a period after Treaty of SALT 1 and 2 that started the reduction of Nuclear arms which
was proposed by themselves (East and West) They said the world would turn into a house of Nuclear arms. — So the contrast between Russia and America over this matter
would be induced in the World by the Rocky series. Some of the roles would be played by Dolph Lungreen
–a humongous Swedish actors as Russian representative– This period of contrast between Russia and America which was put into performance by movies such as
Rocky or James Bond was the first step that the NATO-cultural cinema took during Cold War The second step was the process of Machoism. It was at a time when some nations would oppose Marxism, and a new
face was found in political troops by the name of Chez Guevara He had a certain image with his hair, hat, and body build. He
had an appealing look. All youngsters would use his books, posters. America saw that all youngsters in their world –when they want to
start a rebellion– their role model is becoming Chez Guevara They came and said (for instance) “If you want to take down our Liberalism contrary to
Marxism of Russia, you can do so but the role model we will provide” Meaning we’ll give you the strong hearted, mid-aged, lower-class role
model. They call this the ideological area of Machoism Firstly Macho is a title given to men, second its to the type of men that
are well built such as the men you see in body building competitions and etc. The philosophy of Machoism and its look on the world was introduced in a
time when they said “You want to have a role model then here!” Meaning ‘you want to seek separation? you want to escape Liberalism? You want to
be a strong-willed person? You want to have a rebellion-like soul ? ‘We’ll give you Sylvester Stallone to look up to, “Rambo” In the first Rambo, a veteran has returned from Vietnam and the Police
harass him in a city. Therefore he rebels against the Liberalistic society. You get sympathetic towards this as a youngster who is also against Liberalism himself and
say to yourself “Yes, from within America you can also take down its society” The second part of Rambo, they send the same person to a mission Meaning the person who everyone felt sympathetic towards around early 1980’s, –all the sudden posters of him were
on the binders of youngsters everywhere– once again became the same disease of the hand of Liberalism So in the second he goes to another mission and in the third he goes to Afghanistan
to fight against the Russian. The same people coinciding with the left side (Marxist rebels) The cause of Machoism was the reaction to all the rebels
against Liberalism and an inspiration for the left movement. This cause that showed the contrast between East and West using Machosim,
–after Cold War around 1991-2001– transformed into another ideology of ‘Terrorism’. The contrast between terrorism and the mental induction of Satanism had the following dimensions. When Soviets collapsed, when Iraq attacked Kuwait and America came and threw Iraq out. George Bush
gave a speech during this time saying, ‘We will create a New World Order’ The New World Order isn’t talking about Russia and America anymore, Soviets
collapsed so now theres a new order to be made(terrorism). In this new world order, America is the only ruling system. A new film was made during this era called Universal Soldier(1992) Jean Claude van Damme –another macho figure with a big
build figure– played the role of a universal soldier. In Universal Soldier, some of the Americans killed during the Vietnam war were turned
into robots and frozen in time. A hostage/terrorist situation happens in America they bring the truck that the frozen robots are in, they each have cameras in front of
their eye that give information to the control room and control room decides how they move Jean Claude plays the main role(robot) in this film. He
starts to get emotions and builds a soul and this Universal Soldier –meaning the Universe’s ruling soldier(America)– that lost and was killed
in Vietnam is now back with a new vision to play this role This also had a second film and a third one made later on. Therefore, the New World Order and the mental induction of America being a
universal ruling system started with Universal Soldier and the Delta Force series Americans have a special unit by the name of Delta, that had
its first assignment here in Tabas,Iran (1980) and it failed. Its’ book has been translated also (to Farsi) that was written
by Charles Beckwith, a colonel of the Delta unit. It describes the failure of the Tabas mission,
Amir Kabir publications has published(translated) this book It describes the failure of the Tabas mission,
Amir Kabir publications has published(translated) this book It describes the failure of the Tabas mission,
Amir Kabir publications has published(translated) this book It describes the failure of the Tabas mission,
Amir Kabir publications has published(translated) this book It describes the failure of the Tabas mission,
Amir Kabir publications has published(translated) this book It describes the failure of the Tabas mission,
Amir Kabir publications has published(translated) this book It describes the failure of the Tabas mission,
Amir Kabir publications has published(translated) this book It describes the failure of the Tabas mission,
Amir Kabir publications has published(translated) this book It describes the failure of the Tabas mission,
Amir Kabir publications has published(translated) this book Those interested in special unit operations may read this book Although Delta Force failed in its first operation assigned, American cinema used Chuck Norris in Delta
Force 1,2, and 3 to induce (mentally) its mechanism of interference (in other nations) Although Delta Force failed in its first operation assigned, American cinema used Chuck Norris in Delta
Force 1,2, and 3 to induce (mentally) its mechanism of interference (in other nations) Although Delta Force failed in its first operation assigned, American cinema used Chuck Norris in Delta
Force 1,2, and 3 to induce (mentally) its mechanism of interference (in other nations) Although Delta Force failed in its first operation assigned, American cinema used Chuck Norris in Delta
Force 1,2, and 3 to induce (mentally) its mechanism of interference (in other nations) Although Delta Force failed in its first operation assigned, American cinema used Chuck Norris in Delta
Force 1,2, and 3 to induce (mentally) its mechanism of interference (in other nations) Although Delta Force failed in its first operation assigned, American cinema used Chuck Norris in Delta
Force 1,2, and 3 to induce (mentally) its mechanism of interference (in other nations) Although Delta Force failed in its first operation assigned, American cinema used Chuck Norris in Delta
Force 1,2, and 3 to induce (mentally) its mechanism of interference (in other nations) Although Delta Force failed in its first operation assigned, American cinema used Chuck Norris in Delta
Force 1,2, and 3 to induce (mentally) its mechanism of interference (in other nations) Although Delta Force failed in its first operation assigned, American cinema used Chuck Norris in Delta
Force 1,2, and 3 to induce (mentally) its mechanism of interference (in other nations) Although Delta Force failed in its first operation assigned, American cinema used Chuck Norris in Delta
Force 1,2, and 3 to induce (mentally) its mechanism of interference (in other nations) Although Delta Force failed in its first operation assigned, American cinema used Chuck Norris in Delta
Force 1,2, and 3 to induce (mentally) its mechanism of interference (in other nations) Although Delta Force failed in its first operation assigned, American cinema used Chuck Norris in Delta
Force 1,2, and 3 to induce (mentally) its mechanism of interference (in other nations) Although Delta Force failed in its first operation assigned, American cinema used Chuck Norris in Delta
Force 1,2, and 3 to induce (mentally) its mechanism of interference (in other nations) Although Delta Force failed in its first operation assigned, American cinema used Chuck Norris in Delta
Force 1,2, and 3 to induce (mentally) its mechanism of interference (in other nations) Although Delta Force failed in its first operation assigned, American cinema used Chuck Norris in Delta
Force 1,2, and 3 to induce (mentally) its mechanism of interference (in other nations) Although Delta Force failed in its first operation assigned, American cinema used Chuck Norris in Delta
Force 1,2, and 3 to induce (mentally) its mechanism of interference (in other nations) As an example, in Delta Force 2 there is
a drug handling cartel in Central America that is destroyed by the hands of Chuck Norris. Right after broadcasting this movie,America attacked Panama and said Emanuel Noriega (who
they said was a drug dealer) was captured by Delta Force and instantly Panama was in the hands of America Meaning, the mental influence for capturing Panama and Emanuel Noriega was enforced by Delta Force
2 that Chuck Norris played in and the psychological influences this movie made. The step that was taken after Cold War was the
issue concerning the introduction of a ‘new enemy’. Which was introduced as “Terrorism”. Americans have a center called TRADOC.
Training and doctrine command which writes doctrines for the world. It writes regulations for organizations in every country as well their armies. Regulation 100-5, is the regulation for ground troop operations. In 1993 the 100-5 regulation stated that
they will not have ground warfare anymore and they will be in warfare with “terrorism”. Meaning, not only were terrorists mentioned in the movies and later on by George Bush but
in regulation 100-5 –which was taught in all universities including ones in Iran– they stated about terrorism in such attitude, and its
still available on the net to look at. Now Americans went forward to creating a ‘new enemy’ since
communism (the Reds) was not a problem anymore In this era, Under Siege(1992) was introduced by an actor who
was a student of Ronald Reagan (Steven Seagal) before presidency. Another was Clint Eastwood Steven Seagal in Under Siege –when a naval ship by the name of USS Missouri passes the Pacific Ocean–
is among hostages in such ship and must rescue the ship out of the hands of certain terrorists. From then on the ‘new enemy’ was introduced. But alongside these terrorism-invoked movies, Machoism was also coinciding with them. The actors
picked were very well shaped actors such as the one in Terminator Predator, films that were played by people like Arnold
Schwarzenegger. Before he became governor of California

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