Saturday, October 5, 2013

Michael Bay: The Special Effects Genius behind 9/11

The following was reported to us by one of our California sources. At the moment, this story remains pure speculation, but those of us here at IW trust the anonymous source who brought it to our attention. We soon hope to reveal the claims to be fact (see our update below). Until then, we must remember that this exists in the realm of theory. 

The September 11th attacks were the greatest sham ever perpetrated by the Illuminati. Nothing they had done before that day could compare, not even the moon landings or JFK's assassination. Unlike those events, personal technology and multitudes upon multitudes of eyewitnesses required the utmost secrecy as well as detailed authenticity.

To pull off the destruction of the World Trade Center, the Illuminati needed the finest special effects experts available, people who could make crashes, explosions, and the collapsing of buildings. This was a tall order even for this ultra-powerful secret society. That's why they turned to their lackeys in Hollywood. It wasn't the first time. In 1969, the NWO turned to Stanley Kubrick to fake the moon landings, and his direction of the footage was brilliant if not for a few flaws. However, this hoax was going to require a much more compelling blitz of visual effects because the whole event would unfold live across the world and in broad daylight. Choosing the perfect director for such explosive mayhem was a difficult choice.

The Illuminati had several candidates in mind. George Lucas received consideration, but his lackluster efforts in the Star Wars prequels eliminated him from the fold. Another possibility was James Cameron. His work on "Titanic" was very impressive, though he was passed over due to his lack of expertise with massive explosions. Roland Emmerich was another potential director for his excellence in filming "Independence Day." Unfortunately for the secret order, he declined the dastardly project. That led the Illuminati to their next choice, and that was Michael Bay. His work on "Armageddon" revealed that he had a terrific aptitude for creating large, explosive scenes and the poor reception of his latest movie, "Pearl Harbor," meant that he was a director who could be manipulated.

For those doubters out there, Bay was very much on the inside of the Illuminati and its 9/11 plans. When he filmed "Armageddon", he placed an obvious warning in the opening sequence. As meteorites blitzed downtown New York City, they struck the World Trade Center towers in exactly the same spots where the planes crashed several years later, and Bay ensured that the last shot in the scene was of the Twin Towers burning just as they were on 9/11 before they both fell. This is proof that the director knew that something big was brewing in the secret order and that he was in on it. There is no way that that scene of the burning towers and the reality of September 11th was a coincidence. He even managed to show people plummeting to their deaths from imploding skyscrapers, and there's this haunting quote from a cab driver saying "This is New York. Anything can happen, terrorists, bombs, traffic jams." Sure Michael, keep telling people that all of this was only coincidence.

Given only three months to orchestrate the Illuminati's plan, Bay worked tirelessly with demolition teams and pyrotechnic experts. In exchange for his services, Bay was promised the "Transformers" films in which he could pay homage to one of his idols, Kubrick, by fictionalizing the moon landing as being part of an even greater conspiracy. In fact, all three "Transformers" films present a steady stream of references and symbols to the Illuminati. They were just Bay's way of saying thanks for being given a chance to revitalize his stagnant career.

On September 11, 2001, all of the pieces came together to create the greatest special effects sequence of all time. Bay delivered masterfully with the explosions that were vital in convincing the world that the attack was real and in no way a controlled demolition. Just as he had in "Armageddon" and "Pearl Harbor," the action director created eye-dazzling fireballs that compelled and horrified his audiences. Until now, his efforts went uncredited except for those in the Illuminati who rewarded him with bigger budgets and better opportunities for his future films.  

With a little luck, Michael Bay might have a change of heart and decide to expose the Illuminati. He may do this through symbolism in his movies just as Kubrick did or he might out them when they're least suspecting it. As Bay's new movies roll into theaters, we will be watching for these subtle hints and look forward to publishing conclusive findings that will prove once and for all who helped the secret order make the 9/11 attacks look so convincing.

Update: Michael Bay has delivered the evidence we've been waiting for! In Australia, posters for his latest movie, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles", depict the four heroes in a half-shell falling from a tower that's exploding. It gets even better. The film opens on September 11th in that country, and yes, that date is printed on the poster. Of course, the studio pulled the design as soon as people began protesting, but the damage was done. Bay was also furious. However, we believe that his anger is likely exaggerated or false. This poster very well could have been his confession. If not, then someone is leaking the truth. In that case, he would be angry.

Sorry, Michael, we know who you serve.  

6 comments:

  1. Guess what? Michael Bay is not happy with the TMNT movie poster, because it depicts the 9/11! Coincidence? I don/t think so. It seems that the poster is haunting Michael Bay's dark past..
    https://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/entertainment/a/24652365/bays-fury-at-turtles-poster/

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    1. Great pick up! If that's not a signed confession, we don't know what one is.

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  2. The movie will also be releasing on September 11, a coincidence tribute to his hard work...

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  3. does anybody actually beleve this shit?

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    1. it is actually true! no one would joke about it if they knew the truth, the illuminati is coming...

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  4. The entire point of special effects is to create fire, destruction, violence and mayhem...on film... while in the real world none of your actors are hurt and your expensive camera equipment and lighting rigs remain intact.

    Why would you need Michael Bay (a *director*, who subcontracts his explosions to pyrotechnicians, stunt men, special effects artists and computer graphics programmers) to make a mostly fueled plane ramming into a building look like you rammed a plane full of jet fuel into a building when you don't give a damn how many people get injured or killed?

    In fact, if Michael Bay was in charge the buildings would have fallen exactly one or two "beats" after the impact. They wouldn't have smoldered and smoked for two hours while the rivets softened. Michael Bay doesn't do slow buildups. The guy can hardly keep his camera on a single scene for more than 3 seconds. The guy is all jump cut, speed pan, jump cut, jump cut, slow motion and... jump cut!

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