On a sugar-cane plantation in Puerto Rico, the slaves are growing restless and rebellious, and attempts to crush the resistance by brute force have only made things worse. The owner, Mr. Jones, fears not only for losing his plantation, but also his life.
Help comes to Mr. Jones in the form of an unusual consultant, Mr. Smith—an eccentric genius, and former slave himself—who implements some rather unorthodox methods to tame the slaves. What had been an obvious physical enslavement by the whip before, has now evolved into a more insidious and powerful bondage through cunning psychological exploitation and indoctrination.
Will the Jones Plantation slaves ultimately escape their chains, both mental and physical, and achieve freedom, or will the designs of Mr. Smith keep them forever trapped and subjugated? The key to their liberation is in their own hands, if they have the strength and wisdom to recognize it.
This is a summary of The Jones Plantation, possibly the most important full feature film of the decade, which you can help produce.
In 2012 Larken Rose made a short black & white animation called “The Jones Plantation”. It played a big role in waking up hundreds of thousands of people to the reality we are living. Now it’s being made into a full-length movie – one of the last wake-up calls to the billions of people out there who still don’t get what’s really going on. (Although its distribution will probably be a Covert-21 Operation that will put the Underground Railroad to shame)
Roughly 180 years ago, those who wanted to aid fugitive slaves on their escape to freedom were forced to develop a secret system called the Underground Railroad, which was not only dangerous, but also illegal.
Ironically, this is exactly what Dan Dicks and I, and all the other good guys are being forced to do by YouTube and Facebook and Google: Find a new secret underground system to share the truth about the things they do not want you to know is happening! So thank you YouTube for that kick in the ass to find new paths to freedom. Your efforts will not be wasted.
In an even more ironic twist, back around 1837, the fugitive slaves were mostly escaping to Canada to find liberty and independence.
Watch today’s Lucy and Jeff Show for the new and improved reasons why Kanada 2.1 is the very last place you should go looking for freedom. Although the race between Kanada, the USSA and Australia – to be the most brutal slave master it can be – is still neck and neck, with each day bringing a new frontrunner.
For instance, the U.S. DOD’s announcement of $600 million in awards to conduct the largest full-scale 5G tests for dual-use applications in the world.
If you’re reading this, you probably get that you’re not the Master in The Jones Plantation. You’re the Slave. And unless you like whips and chains on a permanent, non-negotiable and no-get-out-of-drudgery-free basis, this is not a great place to be.
But it’s up to you and me and everyone else that “gets it”, to make sure that our Underground Railroad does its work: to help as many people as we can realize that their freedom is in a downward spiral, and how to claw it back.
Start by encouraging everyone you know to sign up to The Dollar Vigilante’s FREE email list, which contains some great blog info and a link to where you can find and watch my Lucy and Jeff Show video of the day.
And if you’re still wondering how it all fits together, who are the Masterminds and the Controllers, and why it’s happening – read my book which is coming out in the next week!
“Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. The obedient must be slaves.”
― Henry David Thoreau