Scale Model Explosions
The footage of Ballistic missiles you are about to watch is the result of Hollywood studio film effects and does not represent real weaponry. The defenses of the United States would appear to be comprised of cartoon missile bases and cartoon weaponry.
What you are about to watch is nothing but propaganda.
MX Intercontinental Ballistic Missile / ICBM - 1980 Air Force Staff Film Report - WDTVLIVE42
One way to tell the rocket is actually a miniature special effect is that the "huge" cloud of smoke will move too fast, revealing its size to be much smaller than one would have thought.
"Compositing is the combining of visual elements from separate sources into single images, often to create the illusion that all those elements are parts of the same scene. Live-action shooting for compositing is variously called "chroma key", "blue screen", "green screen" and other names. Today, most, though not all, compositing is achieved through digital image manipulation. Pre-digital compositing techniques, however, go back as far as the trick films of Georges Méliès in the late 19th century; and some are still in use."
"A miniature effect is a special effect created for motion pictures and television programs using scale models. Scale models are often combined with high speed photography or matte shots to make gravitational and other effects appear convincing to the viewer. The use of miniatures has largely been superseded by computer-generated imagery in the contemporary cinema.
Where a miniature appears in the foreground of a shot, this is often very close to the camera lens — for example when matte painted backgrounds are used. Since the exposure is set to the object being filmed so the actors appear well lit, the miniature must be over-lit in order to balance the exposure and eliminate any depth of field differences that would otherwise be visible. This foreground miniature usage is referred to as forced perspective. Another form of miniature effect uses stop motion animation.
Use of scale models in the creation of visual effects by the entertainment industry dates back to the earliest days of cinema. Models and miniatures are copies of people, animals, buildings, settings and objects. Miniatures or models are used to represent things that do not really exist, or that are too expensive or difficult to film in reality, such as explosions, floods or fires"
Bad Actors End Up In Politics Instead of Hollywood
High level governmental officials act in the same media spokesperson capacity internally as they act externally. These high level elite personas are governmental idols as opposed to the Hollywood celebrity type of social shepherd. Both perform the same function of shepherding the public. Theaters of War are just as much Hollywood product as what we would see projected on the film theater screen. This is what real terrorism looks like. Terrorism is the tool of government used to manage the human resource of the world.
The Soviet Military Power | US Government Documentary
Wars Are Poorly Scripted Fiction
The "Super-Powers" of The World Are Nothing But Saturday Morning Yellow Journal/Comic Book Fantasy
We need a cartoon character, live action or otherwise, to defeat the world ending threat of cartoon weaponry and the magical Flash Gordon-like power of the governments of the world. Superman can save the world from the threat of Government.
The Real Battlefield is The Human Mind & The Real Weaponry Are Ideas
Superman IV (2/10) Movie CLIP - Eliminating Nuclear Weapons (1987) HD
Nation States Are Fake
Nation States are international banking fictions designed to keep the human resource divided and conquered into more easily managed communities. Nation States exist so there can be existential threats to justify government in the first place.
Fiction Writers & War
From C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, to Ian Fleming, Tom Harrisson, Kurt Vonnegut and all the rest, so many obvious authors of fiction are supposed to be eyewitnesses to the horrors of war. Funny how so many of these people have no military backgrounds and yet end up in military combat. These men all share the same university and literary type of backgrounds. All of these men had no logical business being on battlefields. The pattern is obvious. These men share the same elite level educational backgrounds and all of them had no background in real warfare. The legends surrounding these men are more than likely crafted lies. Events like the Fire Bombing of Dresden are 20th century newsreel era myths. Do not believe everything you see on screens. Photo fakery is as old as photography and someone has to author the nonsense sold as history. Wars are more fiction than most realize. Do not assume the events of history you have been taught actually occurred. Governments rely on us believing they have super powers they do not have. Cartoon weapons can't hurt you. Fire bombings are newsreel era fictions. The number of bombs dropped, like all the rest of the details of legendary war, are absurd. We are supposed to believe that the governments possess the power to devastate cities. Buildings are best demolished by experts who carefully rig the buildings to come down. We are supposed to believe the powers that be are crazy enough to use those weapons. The truth is the governments of the world are a lot weaker than they need or want any of us to know. The powers that be are cowards for good reason. They rely on us fearing the magical power of government and governments rely mostly on us policing ourselves. We pay our taxes, fees and fines. We serve jail time. We obey the laws of government we really should not. We sit on the juries that find ourselves guilty of personal behavior choices. We jail each other. We police ourselves. We allow government to exist. We do not need its protection as the world is a lot safer than we have been told. We need to protect ourselves from government and its real weapon, the mass media noise machine.
War is An Illusion
War Is The Tool That Has Always Been Used By International Banking Interests To Get Us The Vast Global Human Resource To Turn The Wheel Of Industry For All Time
War and fear of war create opportunity for new culture.