According to Ross Coulthart, and references he’s provided, the US military is very active with intervening in Hollywood movies to shape the public narratives about aliens. Given this fact, the big question is WHY? Why do our tax dollars going to the US military end up spent on the military approaching Hollywood movie producers to alter their scripts about aliens and UFOs?
I’ve made a transcript of Ross Coulthart being interviewed by Curt Jaimungal on the Theories of Everything podcast, posted on July 1st, 2023. I’ve attempted to link the video to start precisely at 1 hour, 18 minutes and 21 seconds. My transcript is below:
And what people don’t realize is that it’s part of Grush’s allegations that they’ve been deliberately disinformed by the Pentagon and by the Intelligence Community. That there’s been an active disinformation that frankly our media and our movies and our TV shows have been manipulated. Literally, you’ve had people from the intelligence and military coming in, and actually controlling and dictating, by regulating access to military resources, how movies are told.
Explain about that please.
Oh, sure. For example, my cohost of my podcast Need To Know, Bryce Zabel, Bryce is an illustrious Hollywood screen writer and producer, and he made a TV series that was very much the precursor to X-Files, called Dark Skies. And in Dark Skies it tells the story of alien beings secretly operating at the time of JFK, infiltrating the US government. And essentially, it’s a science fiction story. And he postulates that JFK was murdered because of his attempts to bring this out into the open, the fact of a secret alien presence on planet Earth. Now that’s fiction. And in one of the sequences, the alien possess humans by frighteningly emitting a ganglion from their mouth and literally putting it inside a human being and taking them over, and it’s quite frightening and terrifying, and it’s one of the graphic video images you can see on Dark Skies. Bryce had a lot of fun telling it.
But the way he tells it, he and his co-producer colleague were approached by the Department of Navy Intelligence. In secret, they were approached and offered the opportunity to tell the story accurately how aliens really do possess people. Now they can’t verify the truth of what these guys were telling them. But what both he and Brent, his colleague, have attested to is that they were actually approached by a military agency, and offered the opportunity to collaborate on getting the information in their fictional series as accurate as possible. And apparently that’s been happening in Hollywood for years. There have been collaborations between the Pentagon, the Defense Department, the intelligence community, and movie makers.
Sorry, do you put “accurate as possible” in quotations? Because you feel like they’re gonna feed them disinformation at this point?
I don’t know. I don’t know. But I don’t know the truth of it. I mean, I don’t know if aliens do have such capacities, if aliens exist. But isn’t it intriguing: Why would a military intelligence agency be wanting to actively involve itself in controlling the output of a fictional TV show, to influence the public about a Non-Human Intelligence, aliens. That’s been happening in Hollywood for years. And since Bryce and I spoke about on our Need To Know podcast, which people, by the way, can access at www.needtoknow.today,
The link will be on screen right now, as well as in the description.
Sure. But since we spoke about that, I’ve heard from other people who’ve told me about how there’s been active attempts by US military and intelligence to essentially influence how movies are told, when it comes to talking about Non-Human Intelligence, for decades. Why are they doing that? What’s the role of the military or the intelligence community in influencing fictional stories in Hollywood. Why would they feel the necessity to do that? I’m just asking that question. But again, it’s the lack of curiosity by media, because a lot of this has been dismissed as tin foil hat nonsense, and conspiracy theories. It’s not, it really isn’t. I mean, I know for a fact. I’ve spoken to directly to producers and film makers who’ve had these approaches. And there are whole books written about the way, uh, I think there’s one called, I think it’s called Silver Saucers. I recommend it, it’s a great read, talks about how Hollywood has routinely been meddled with by the military and intelligence community on the issue of UAPs.
I found the book that Ross referenced. I haven’t read it, but it is Silver Screen Saucers: Sorting Fact from Fantasy in Hollywood’s UFO Movies (2015) by Robbie Graham