Hatman is in V for Vendetta

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Offline bec

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Hatman is in V for Vendetta

  • on: October 01, 2011, 09:55:36 PM
Watched it again last night and found this scene very interesting.

This is the scene that opens with the Neverland statue.

V is in disguise as William Rookwood. Hat, hair, glasses, cane, down to the blue pants. It's Hatman.

He says "along came a spider". Intriguing connection. Check it out:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEVNzlvJLEQ&feature=related[/youtube]
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Re: Hatman is in V for Vendetta

  • on: October 02, 2011, 01:32:55 AM
This is a great scene and can undoubtedly be related to the hoax, as with pretty much the entire movie.

V in disguise as Hatman (of course) “A man in my position survives by taking every precaution”  Inspector Finch: “You have information for us.”  Hatman: “No you already have the information, all the names and dates are inside your head.  What you want, what you really need is a story.”  Finch: “ A story can be true or false.”  Hatman: “I leave such judgments to you Inspector.”



Hatman then talks about the conspiracy and ends with: “…The rest as they say, is HIStory.”
Finch: “Can you prove any of this?”  Hatman:  “Why do you think I’m still alive?


This scene could also relate to what I said in the current TIAI re-direct about pharmaceutical companies.  I've written about this a few times before on here but no one ever replies to it because it's most likely viewed as too "out there".  I'll leave such judgments to the reader. LOL! http://www.michaeljacksonhoaxforum.com/smf2.0/index.php/topic,20587.msg359005.html#msg359005
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Re: Hatman is in V for Vendetta

  • on: October 02, 2011, 01:36:38 AM
Great supporting quotes, Andrea  /woohoo/
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Re: Hatman is in V for Vendetta

  • on: October 02, 2011, 01:52:58 AM
This post reminds me of the old days! I think there was a thread about this particular subject at the very first beginning of the hoax investigation. You might also find a couple of videos on YouTube.

It's always nice to always go back to the roots of the hoax.  8)



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Re: Hatman is in V for Vendetta

  • on: October 02, 2011, 03:52:12 AM
Watched it again last night and found this scene very interesting.

This is the scene that opens with the Neverland statue.

V is in disguise as William Rookwood. Hat, hair, glasses, cane, down to the blue pants. It's Hatman.

He says "along came a spider". Intriguing connection. Check it out:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEVNzlvJLEQ&feature=related[/youtube]

" It's at this point in our story: that along comes a spider."
Bec I dont know why but every time I look at this scene ,it gaves me chillis.And that part with farmaceutical company reminded my about prescriptions pills that kiled so many STARS in Holywood  :? :shock:,and all over the world.Can you imagine how much money they make killing ,and how naive and weak-willed people are????? :cry:.They control people through FEAR ,and the rest is HIStory.This is going on for ages and no one cares,because this is hapening even today  :( >:(.
I gave up hope that one day things will change,sorry .


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Re: Hatman is in V for Vendetta

  • on: January 09, 2012, 11:26:19 PM
I'm sure Alan Moore would smile, to be honest. Writers do take a nod from what's going on in the world at the time - imagined from the 80s, about what the 90s could be, if it all went terribly wrong. Written about a dystopian future UK when he wrote it originally, published between 1982 - 1985, in the back of the Warrior, which was canceled. 1988, DC comics reprinted it, and also printed the entire series with an ending, in a 10 comic book series format. DC then compiled the collection into a graphic novel, with most people never knowing it had comic book roots these days.

V for Vendetta was known for the conflict between Anarchist and Fascist philosophies.

Black & Proud! I'm like the Oracle/Batgirl, who helps Batman in the comic books. I believe in "Comic Book justice."


 

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