In 2004, Mel Gibson released his masterpiece, "The Passion of the Christ," and ever since the film's debut his life has been spiraling downward. What seemed like an endless stream of negative stories about Gibson appeared on the news. His drunk driving incident and domestic issues were all anyone ever saw of the once eminent Hollywood star. How did this great actor fall so hard, and why so suddenly? The answers rest with the Illuminati.
Beginning with Mad Max and climaxing with other great films such as Braveheart, Mel Gibson's career was among the greatest as well as one that never knew negative press. Women from all age groups thought of him as a sex symbol. However, all of that ended when he decided to take the bold step and make "The Passion."
Because the Illuminati ultimately worship Satan, any kind of film or propaganda that could cause a religious revival must be stopped. Unfortunately, their efforts to curb Gibson's efforts failed. While the NWO has great leverage over the film industry, there are still many aspects that they do not control. For example, they have not fully infiltrated the theater industry. To them, stopping Gibson meant refusing to fund production despite knowing that such a project would reap millions in profits. Having issued their refusal, the Illuminati believed that Gibson had been halted.
What the NWO did not expect was that Gibson's faith was so strong that he would finance the film himself. With "The Passion" going forward, little could be done to stop it, leaving the Illuminati with few options. The first of these was to arrange a takeover of the theater industry, which would take too much time and money (it would also expose the existence of the secret order). The second was to sabotage Gibson's production, but this was also not workable due to filming in Italy. The final option was to ruin Gibson himself. The only problem with the third option was that it would take too much time and could not be accomplished before the film's release.
According to new evidence provided by a Hollywood producer known only as "Hank," the Illuminati sealed Gibson's fate months before "The Passion" hit theaters. Hank states that "Gibson was to be destroyed, first personally and then financially." The first rumors surrounded Gibson's family, saying that his father was a Holocaust denier. Other incidents quickly followed such as a staged drunk driving arrest involving fake evidence and false domestic abuse reports. Combined, all of this negative press had the effect of branding "The Passion" as little more than a film made by a loony toon.
However, that would not be the end of Mel Gibson. As much as the Illuminati feared and loathed him for his religious devotion as well as possible leaks about their existence (he once claimed that someone was telling Bill Clinton what to do), they needed his star power. Once he had been effectively destroyed, they revived him. All he had to do was confess to making anti-Semitic remarks and he would be brought back into Hollywood but in a less-significant capacity. Given that the secret order was pulverizing him, Gibson had little choice and consented. That's why the 2006 film, "Apocalypto," became a reality.
The power of film is possibly one of strongest available when it comes to influencing the masses, and one that is heavily controlled by the Illuminati. If someone dares to create something that goes against their agenda, the consequences are swift and devastating as was seen with Mel Gibson.