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Sound of Freedom — A Real Film on Child Trafficking to Trounce the Hollywood Drivel We are Saturated With

This is a review in 5 minutes. Mainstream tries to depict this as another Q-Anon conspiracy theory. I guess they, and Hollywood don’t want to bring child trafficking into the fore front. They love great evil, they also like abused children that grow into easy to manipulate and trigger adults. Damn them to hell. I copy pasted from the “Spectator” at the bottom a detailed description of how

He reviews the Cruise “Mission Impossible — Dead Reckoning”

Jim Caviezel’s madcap views are a reason to dismiss his film’s success. Yet Tom Cruise’s aren’t?

A small studio-produced film managed to best a big-budget iconic action hero franchise from Disney on the July 4 box office. You would think that would make for the media an interesting story, both with the success of that small film and the failure of the iconic Indiana Jones franchise. But that is not the tale being told about Angel Studios’ Sound of Freedom, an action-thriller dramatization of the life and career of Tim Ballard, the former DHS agent who founded the OUR (Operation Underground Railroad), an organization dedicated to fighting child trafficking globally.

Sound of Freedom has largely been a crowdsourced word-of-mouth success. Our national media has therefore decided to make it their latest target in their attempt to paint all things successful out of their purview as another right-wing moral panic and conspiracy, honing in on the film and the film’s star Jim Caviezel (The Passion of the Christ, The Thin Red Line). Suddenly, to the national media and outlets such as CNN and the Washington Post, the personal politics of a film’s star matter and affect the topic of the film he happens to act in.

The Guardian, Rolling Stone, CNN and the Post have all branded Sound of Freedom a QAnon conspiracy-adjacent film because the movie concerns child trafficking and its star has expressed sympathies for the fringe online group. CNN has accused the film of stoking a moral panic around child trafficking. Rolling Stone labeled the film a “QAnon-tinged thriller about child-trafficking… designed to appeal to the conscience of a conspiracy-addled boomer.

Will Sommer, who has made a lucrative career painting every corner of the political right as fringe and extremist, wrote at the Washington Post that “its lead actor is a QAnon promoter thinks [sic] a cabal tortures children to drain their glands for adrenochrome.” Sommer is forced to admit later in his review that Sound of Freedom doesn’t actually “depict anything close to QAnon conspiracy fantasies.” That seems like a pretty big detail as it pertains to Tim Ballard and the topic of the film.

The media is committing a rhetorical trick and logical fallacy by linking all child trafficking to one vague if well-known online conspiracy. “QAnon believes children are abducted for weird spirit cooking rituals and therefore all child trafficking is a conspiracy theory.” On CNN, a guest said that “these films are created out of moral panics… it specifically is looking at QAnon concepts of these child trafficking rings.” These segments seem to exist solely due to the personal politics of the lead actor.

Yet when a new Top Gun or Mission: Impossible film is released, we are not flooded with stories about star Tom Cruise’s role in the kooky Church of Scientology from the Washington Post or CNN. Why is this?

The media targeting of Sound of Freedom (which, once again, is a dramatization of a real person and a real international problem also depicted in several Liam Neeson films) has only buoyed national exposure to the film, which continues to perform strongly at the box office and could serve as a lesson to both Hollywood and the media. Word-of-mouth is powerful, whether that pertains to small independent films or the quality of journalism. Audiences know a targeted campaign when they see one — especially when those same reporters are dismissing a very real problem that they just don’t seem to care about.

Stephen L. Miller is a Spectator contributing editor.

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6 replies on “Sound of Freedom — A Real Film on Child Trafficking to Trounce the Hollywood Drivel We are Saturated With”

I am glad this media attack on Q-Anon is bringing out some defenders.
There were several media outlets described as Q-Anon but really they were very different entities.
There was Q-anon, Q-anon pub., 4chan, 8chan etc., etc.
MSM lumps all of them together as if it’s one CIA agent in a cubicle.

Here is a good article validating the importance of Q-Anon:
Blackmail and Child Abuse.

For myself, I owe it to Q-Anon for true information on the Franklin cover-up, Steven Spielberg’s student film, James Gunn’s sick obsession with raping infants, Tom Hank’s unexplainable instrgram photos, Hillary’s association with the Raven coven, the sick-os who support spirit cooking and much more.

I got a lot of good leads from the QAnon phenomenon. Just like Zero Hedge, I now know that Q-anon was more than an organic effort. But as a controlled opposition or limited hangour type of thing, I was surprised the level of depravity that it brought to the surface, that part seems odd. Maybe it is the mass formation of a Stockholm Syndrome and also Learned helplessness….as in, we are raping and murdering your children and there is nothing you can do about it….even if you bring it up, we will convince others that you are crazy and maybe should be restricted or censored or worse.

This movie sat in a can for 5 YEARS because Disney didn’t want to exhibit it. It is only by that option expiring that the public got to see it.
We have to ask what’s up with Disney Co.??

The ‘western world’ hegemonic Empire of Lies shit their pants over the gist of QAnon’s basic premises/messages:

A ‘cabal’ or ‘swarm’ or network of sick evil freaks have gained domination of the planet and enslave, subjugate, exploit, harm -prey upon – the rest of humanity, including horrific evil against children;

In order to defeat the evil, a larger percentage of humanity must gain functional understanding of ‘how evil rules the world’ by investigating deeply what has been and is going on, and informing the public. Means include clear thinking, networked deep research, telling the truth.

Now as to how many of the QAnon offerings were from the original QAnon, who dunnit, and what was the ‘real’ agenda, such questions are not of central importance. What is central is that there has been, since QAnon appeared, a massive increase in public awareness of the reality of entrenched supremely evil satanic power. There is now, compared to say a decade ago, far more understanding that this evil has infiltrated and corrupted very large numbers of institutions and organizations in the ‘west’.
How much influence QAnon has actually had, or how much influence say Donald Trump has had with his constant repetition of his “fake news” accusation/tease whenever he was in front of the bs media, or how much of a wakeup the genocidal Covid conspiracy has caused, etc etc, is hard to quantify. But the situation now, in terms of public understanding of evil and mass media organized brainwashing on behalf of that evil, is that vastly more people are now more or less awake, as compared to a few years ago.
I think that the bs medias resort to the QAnon meme in order to try to sully the Sound of Freedom may end up being a case of ‘shooting themselves in the foot’: Because the movie is so real, the essence of QAnon may have been rehabilitated, and people encouraged to give its basic theme a second look.

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