The following connections have been astutely made by The Christian Truther between the cover art from the 2017 edition of The Economist and the children’s flick I, Pet Goat II. As follows:
The Cosmic Convergence Research Group took the analysis one step further and identified the ways in which The Economist cover art and I,Pet Goat II employ similar types of imagery. I, Pet Goat II is especially graphic in its depiction of phallic symbols. Which begs the question: Are these obvious phallic images, and the many scenes of abused children in this film, connected to PIZZAGATE?
First, the reader is encouraged to watch this trailer of I, Pet Goat II. Only by viewing the many examples of PIZZAGATE imagery can one begin grasp the depth and breadth of the clandestine purpose behind film project.
VIDEO: I, Pet Goat II
Next, see the similarity in the graphic from I, Pet Goat II and The Economist cover art. The cross on the tower is particularly noteworthy.
The following several screenshots capture more of the definitive PIZZAGATE quality of the I, Pet Goat II animated film. Hence, the questions remain: Why was this film really made and who exactly is the targeted audience?
Perhaps the phalluses represent the patriarchal power structure that was responsible for the 9/11 false flag black operation. Carrying it out so that a worldwide War on Terror could be waged as a post-modern crusade by the traditionally Christian nations against the Islamic and Arabic countries of the Middle East.
Then there are the PIZZAGATE scenes from I, Pet Goat II that have been screen-captured below. Bear in mind that President George W. Bush was reading the children’s book “The Pet Goat” in a Sarasota classroom when the Twin Towers were attacked on the morning of September 11, 2001. (See the very curvaceous and burning Twin Tower look-a-likes in the preceding graphic) This film was created by Canadian Louis Lefebvre as:
“… a commentary on American society and politics, particularly the agendas of presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, with allusions to Biblical theology and Egyptian imagery in a post-apocalyptic setting.”
Is this short film also revealing the PIZZAGATE scandal which has gone on in Washington, D.C. during the four terms of the same two presidents?
The viewer is asked to draw their own conclusions where it concerns PIZZAGATE and its connections to I Pet Goat II and the 2017 cover art of The Economist. There is no question that the French director, producer and writer has conveyed something very relevant to the PIZZAGATE political climate that was created so that the 9/11 terror attacks could be executed and covered up. Leave it to the lascivious French to air the very dirty laundry of the USA.
Now that many of US know this extremely inconvenient truth, perhaps it’s time to more deeply investigate and disseminate all things related to PIZZAGATE.
Cosmic Convergence Research Group
December 6, 2016