SOYLENT GREEN is a Club of Rome depopulation global warming predictive programming propaganda piece influenced by books like LIMITS TO GROWTH (1972) and the POPULATION BOMB (1968).
Based on a 1966 novel by Harry Harrison called Make Room! Make Room! set in the year 1999 with the theme of overpopulation and overuse of resources leading to increasing poverty, food shortages, and social disorder.
In real life, the elite have indeed created these social issues via artificial scarcity and the Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars agenda unleashed upon the world and created at the first Bilderberg meeting in 1954 to bring about a 2 class deindustrialized neo-feudal society. The New World Order.
Harrison was contractually forbidden control over the screenplay and kept from knowing during negotiations that it was MGM buying the film rights. He discussed the adaptation in Omni’s Screen Flights/Screen Fantasies (1984), noting, the “murder and chase sequences and the ‘furniture’ girls are not what the film is about — and are completely irrelevant”, and answered his own question, “Am I pleased with the film? I would say fifty percent”.
While the book refers to “soylent steaks”, it makes no reference to “Soylent Green”, the processed food rations depicted in the film produced by the Soylent Corporation, a thinly veiled disguise of Monsanto.
There is also secret society and Masonic references regarding William R. Simonson (Joseph Cotten), who is a member of the wealthy elite. Of course no one could imagine the secret of Soylent Green which mirrors the now not so secret New World Order agenda.
The book’s title was not used for the movie on grounds that it might have confused audiences into thinking it a big-screen version of Make Room for Daddy.
This was the 101st and last movie in which Edward G. Robinson appeared; he died of cancer twelve days after the filming, on January 26, 1973. Robinson had previously worked with Heston in The Ten Commandments (1956) and the make-up tests forPlanet of the Apes (1968).
In his book The Actor’s Life: Journal 1956-1976, Heston wrote “He knew while we were shooting, though we did not, that he was terminally ill. He never missed an hour of work, nor was late to a call. He never was less than the consummate professional he had been all his life. I’m still haunted, though, by the knowledge that the very last scene he played in the picture, which he knew was the last day’s acting he would ever do, was his death scene. I know why I was so overwhelmingly moved playing it with him.”
The film’s opening global warming predictive programming propaganda sequence depicts America becoming more crowded with a series of archive photographs set to music, was created by filmmaker Charles Braverman.
The “going home” score in Roth’s death scene was conducted by Gerald Fried consists of the main themes from Symphony No. 6 (“Pathétique”) by Tchaikovsky, Symphony No. 6 (“Pastoral”) byBeethoven, and the Peer Gynt Suite (“Morning Mood” and “Åse’s Death”) by Edvard Grieg.
The film was released April 19, 1973. TIME magazine called it “intermittently interesting” and noted that “Heston forsakes his granite stoicism for once” and assert the film “will be most remembered for the last appearance of Edward G. Robinson.
In a rueful irony, his death scene, in which he is hygienically dispatched with the help of piped-in light classical music and movies of rich fields flashed before him on a towering screen, is the best in the film.”
New York Times film critic A.H. Weiler wrote “Soylent Green projects essentially simple, muscular melodrama, a good deal more effectively than it does the potential of man’s seemingly witless destruction of the Earth’s resources”
The movie depicts a God-less society where euthanasia, atheism, New Age occult religion has erased almost all aspects of the modern world we know today.
Sound familiar? Welcome to the New World Order.
The 20th century’s industrialization has left the world permanently overcrowded, polluted and stagnant by the turn of the 21st century.
In 2022, with 40 million people in New York City alone, housing is dilapidated and overcrowded; homeless people fill the streets; about half are unemployed, the few “lucky” ones with jobs are only barely scraping by themselves, and food and working technology is scarce.
Most of the population survives on rations produced by the Soylent Corporation, (Monsanto) whose newest product is Soylent Green, a green wafer advertised to contain “high-energy plankton from the world’s oceans, more nutritious and palatable than its predecessors “Red” and “Yellow,” but in short supply.
NYPD detective Frank Thorn (Charlton Heston) lives with his aged friend Solomon “Sol” Roth (Edward G. Robinson). Due to Roth’s advanced age he remembers life before its current miserable state and routinely waxes nostalgic for his youth when the air was clean and the weather wasn’t perpetually summer. He was also well educated and has a small library of reference materials which he uses to help Det. Thorn solve crimes (consequently Roth is referred to as a police “book”).
While investigating the murder of William R. Simonson (Joseph Cotten), obviously a member of the wealthy elite, Thorn questions Shirl (Leigh Taylor-Young), a concubine (referred to as “furniture”), and Tab Fielding (Chuck Connors), Simonson’s bodyguard, who, when the murder took place, was escorting Shirl to a store selling meat “under the counter” for Simonson.
Thorn searches Simonson’s apartment for clues and helps himself to some of Simonson’s luxurious lifestyle like air conditioning, hot running water, real bourbon, fresh vegetables, and a flank steak Shirl had purchased earlier as a special surprise for Simonson.
Thorn later gives Roth the classified Soylent Oceanographic Survey Report, 2015 to 2019 found in Simonson’s apartment. Roth’s research reveals that Simonson and the current state governor of New York, Joseph Santini (Whit Bissell), were partners in a well-known high-powered law firm, and that Simonson was also a member of the Board of Soylent.
At the police station, Thorn tells his lieutenant, Hatcher (Brock Peters), that he suspects an assassination: nothing was stolen from the apartment, its sophisticated alarm was not working for the first time in two years, and Simonson’s bodyguard was conveniently absent.
Continuing his investigation, Thorn visits Fielding’s apartment and questions Fielding’s concubine, Martha (Paula Kelly), helping herself to a teaspoon of strawberry jam, later identified by Roth as too great a luxury for the concubine of a bodyguard to afford.
Under questioning, Shirl reveals that Simonson became troubled in the days before his death. Thorn questions a Catholic priest that Simonson had visited, but the priest at first fails to remember Simonson and is later unable to describe the confession. Fielding later murders the priest to silence him.
Meanwhile, Governor Santini orders the investigation closed, but Thorn disobeys and the Soylent Corporation dispatches Simonson’s murderer to kill Thorn. He tracks Thorn to a ration distribution center where police officers are providing security.
When the Soylent Green there is exhausted, the crowd riots. The assassin tries to kill Thorn in the confusion, but is crushed by a scoop crowd-dispersion vehicle.
Thorn then threatens both Fielding and Martha to scare Fielding out of following him and returns to Shirl, telling her that all cities are like theirs and the more valuable, unharmed countryside is guarded to protect the wealthier classes’ privileges of better food, water and shelter, leaving the majority of people trapped in the cities with no escape.
Roth takes Soylent’s oceanographic reports to a like-minded group of researchers known as the Exchange, who agree that the oceans no longer produce the plankton from which Soylent Green is reputedly made, and infer that it must be made from human remains, as this is the only conceivable supply of protein that matches the known production.
Unable to live with this discovery, Roth seeks assisted suicide at a government clinic called “Home.”
Thorn rushes to stop him, but arrives too late, and is mesmerized by the euthanasia process’s visual and musical montage – a display of forests, wild animals, rivers, and ocean life, now extinct. Under the influence of a lethal drug, Roth tells Thorn his discovery and begs him to expose the truth. To this end, Thorn stows himself aboard a garbage truck to the disposal center, where he sees human corpses converted into Soylent Green. Returning to make his report, he is ambushed by Fielding and others.
He phones his precinct for backup but the precinct is engaged on a priority call. Thorn asks to be connected with Shirl, and to be “cut in” when the precinct is free. Thorn tells Shirl to stay with her apartment’s new owner and Shirl tells Thorn she wants to live with him, but the line is “cut in” and Thorn is connected to Hatcher. Thorn retreats into a cathedral filled with homeless people. In the ensuing fight, he kills Fielding but is seriously injured. When the police arrive, Thorn urges Hatcher to spread the word that “Soylent Green is people!”
Many events in Soylent Green have indeed come to fruition in real life 2014. The global warming fraud to steal the wealth of the workd, the flatline economy, the growing two class society, the dying oceans due to the Fukushima false flag nuclear disaster which continues to poison Our oceans and is ignored by the lamestream media. So are the many New World Order “secrets”. AWESOME FILM! Please watch and share!
theatrical release poster by John Solie
|Directed by||Richard Fleischer|
|Produced by||Walter Seltzer
|Screenplay by||Stanley R. Greenberg|
|Based on||Make Room! Make Room!
(novel) by Harry Harrison
Edward G. Robinson
|Music by||Fred Myrow|
|Cinematography||Richard H. Kline|
|Edited by||Samuel E. Beetley|
|Running time||97 minutes|
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