Anthropomorphizing automobiles, trains, ships and now PLANES Fire and Rescue has become a Disney specialty. In the film, an “animated adventure about second chances”, blankets any notion that life other than mechanized life forms exist. In this film, even references to Smokey The Bear are absent. No mosquitoes, flies, fish, birds, forest dwellers… just trees, canyons, and a river. The only reference to forest dwelling is a bird’s nest atop a pine tree housing rubber band propelled balsa wood airplanes.
Areas riddled with disclosure:
• Corn Festival reference to Big Agra, Monsanto
• Big Chema & oil empire
• Push for agrifuel “Ethanol”
• No reference to Smokey The Bear and fire prevention
• Chemtrails and the weather modification protocol
• Ignored wildlife and forest regeneration
• Mass evacuation by railroad (to relocation camps?)
• Placing the Elite first over people and wildlife
Among many other clues PLANES F&R offers, it is evident that a dystonian condition will exist and it will be formatted based on this film as one without concern for anything other than the thrill of putting out an Armageddon. This is not a movie about preventing forest fires, but about the glamor of fighting them. In the end, there is no mention as to how to recover the damaged park and very little is shown as to the regrowth. No visual mention of new trees and vegetation or re-population of wildlife because there was none depicted. During the fire fighting scenes, none of the personnel were killed as often occurs during real devastating fire events.
“The world wasn’t on fire, wasn’t it…” (indicates that the whole world may be ablaze)
“She left me for a hybrid” (preference for transhumanism)
Mass Fire Prediction dates 2018-2024
There is a calendar set in motion beginning in 1014 for foretelling future superfire events. The film’s marketing life span is 2014 to 2018 when it is suspected that the New World Order stakes an official claim to the globe, it is then that raging catastrophe will occur including the vast fires due to complete disappearance of water reserves. Lake Mead for example is at an all time low for lack of natural winter snow in the Rocky Mountains. Water tables are lowering because of the drought conditions. Although PLANES F&R target market is the 4-7 year olds, these children are accompanied by their older siblings who will find interest in joining the ranks in firefighting. The importance of this is not to fix the problem, but indoctrinate them into service that is highly regulated in a military sense. Scenes in the movie depict this bureaucracy when no problem should exist… it ought to be about saving lives and natural habitat. Instead, with no regard to the huge festival approaching, federal decisions decide the fate of the parks revenue.
Rockefellers and Monsanto
How is the Illuminati involved? Oil for one. A Rockefeller influence in which the mechanical characters drink mostly oil instead of beer. While this seems benign, there is a reference in the movie that the biggest thing to happen in the Park is the Corn Festival. Now, why corn in a national park? Why since corn is on the hot seat for it’s use with high fructose corn syrup yield that creates health problems? Corn happens to be genetically altered from its heirloom relatives as a prospect for replacing fossil fuels. A scene in the movie has one character admitting he takes a nip of his fuel in the morning to “get going”. I don’t think it was gasoline he was referring to, but instead ethanol. There were no references to fuel companies either. Bottom line, they are promoting companies such as Monsanto for its invasive GMO corn. It is as if this movie is about saving Big Agra’s corn interest.
About the cinematography
It was so realistic even when I viewed it in 2D that even I was impressed. With the thrill comes the stinging disclosure of black government projects deflating the fun. In the sky as Dusty flies in acrobatic style, real chemtrails are seen. They look exactly like what we see in our skies.
Dusty Crophopper is D7, an insecticide and Alien disclosure
The insecticide D7 is a Big Chema promotional for their sterilizing product. “D” and the #7 do not stand for the main character’s first initial and favorite number. In the movie, Dusty is vehemently opposed to going back to crop-dusting which would indicate hypocrisy if he maintains the toxic symbol for death and the racing nomenclature “D7”.
The Qubec Pesticide Regulatory Act
contains an interesting subclass application of pesticides:
(7) Subclass D7 “Application in Forest Areas” covers the application of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide, using an application method other than by aircraft, in order to destroy or control animals, vegetation or parasitic diseases in forest areas, farm woodlots and other wooded spaces or spaces reserved for reforestation or the field production of plants intended for reforestation, and to eliminate or control plants on forest roads;
While this description is not in alignment with the dispersal method of fire retardants, the mere fact no organic insects and animals including fish are in existence in PLANES F&R. Could the character Dusty’s job in reality have been to wipe out wildlife, thus ending his job for a transition into one where the extinction of forests are concerned?
Public relations deletes Smokey The Bear from PLANES: Fire and Rescue
“When we decided to make ‘Planes: Fire & Rescue,’ our team of filmmakers made several research trips to meet the brave men and women whose job it is to fight wildfires,” says Bobs Gannaway, “Planes: Fire & Rescue” director. “Those research trips changed us and forever impressed upon us the importance of wildfire prevention. To have our character, Dusty, take part in the legendary Smokey Bear’s campaign to prevent wildfires and encourage safe outdoor fire practices is one of the highest honors we could have.”
Disney’s official website for the movie does not have a link for site traffic to view fire prevention protocols.. in other words, you can play and purchase toys and video games, but there’s no image of Smokey The Bear anywhere.
In conclusion, the Disney movie is about the exciting business of putting out fires just as we all are doing in our daily lives. It has nothing to do with solving the world’s problems. It addresses the superficial without rectifying the fundamental programs that create the problem regarding out of control fires. If and when a weather modification movie is delivered to the theaters by Disney, I’ll have witnessed a miracle.