In 1987, an action classic graced the screens and etched a new icon into pop culture, and that classic was "Robocop". Remember, we're talking about the one released in the Eighties, not that sorry excuse of a remake in 2014. Anyway, back to the point. This film did much more than promote gratuitous violence and the idea of cyborg cops keeping our streets safe. It foretold the degeneration of Detroit into a poverty stricken cesspool of crime.
The film had symbolism too, mainly the concept of Delta City. According to the film's plot, Detroit had become so chaotic that a private corporation sponsored the construction of a new metropolis that would sweep away the old and create a utopia for the future. By naming the city after the Illuminati's primary symbol, the order is placing its stamp on the film as well as all the messages it delivers. Delta City is much more than that. It's an image of a perfect society created from the ruins of the old, which is exactly what the New World Order will do when it takes over.
Aside from the references, the movie presents a prophecy that Detroit will fall apart, which has already been fulfilled. The city was already suffering economic pain from de-industrialization during the past 50 years, but none of that compared to devastation caused by the Great Recession. Today, Detroit is a rusted scar on the American Midwest. Crime, poverty, and urban decay are rampant with few remedies in sight. Exactly as depicted in "Robocop".
The film makes other dark implications as well, and these concern issues already apparent today. One of the plot's elements revolved around the privatization of the police force. The fictitious corporation "Omni Consumer Products" or "OCP" managed to use Detroit's high crime rate as an excuse to take it over with the ultimate goal of dismantling it. Like companies today, it also manipulated the facts to achieve its ends. Of course, "OCP's" main objective was the establishment of Delta City. However, present-day corporations are obsessed with convincing the public that government-run institutions are inherently bad and are better off under private control. We are already seeing this with prisons, and police departments are likely to follow due to all of the controversy surrounding brutality.
Aside from privatization, the movie also makes a deep statement about police militarization. Towards the film's end, Detroit's SWAT team is called out to destroy Robocop with some street cops there in support. When ordered to open fire, the street officers refuse to do so because they won't hurt one of their own, but the SWAT personnel begin shooting with impunity. This scene speaks volumes about where law enforcement was directed. The ordinary street cops retain their humanity and refuse to become pawns in a corporation's plot, while the faceless SWAT team (each member was masked) follows orders without question. There is a correlation with today's law enforcement which is now highly militarized and frequently commits inhumane acts with no remorse. "Robocop" was warning us that the Illuminati would destroy what makes cops human and turn them into brutal obedient drones.
That is what the Illuminati wants to do. It plans to remove the consciences of officers and take away all democratic aspects of society while siphoning it off to a few powerful interests. Once that happens, those aspects can be perverted and then destroyed. This also happened in "Robocop" as Detroit's police force went on strike in response to the introduction of droids and cyborgs. What was "OCP's" response? Just get rid of them. They were not essential to the creation of Delta City, and that's the same thing that will happen to all of today's public servants and citizens. They'll be made obsolete and then enslaved by the New World Order.
Underneath the gore and action of "Robocop", there lies the film's true message.