Harley Quinn inquires of Amanda Waller, who is wearing a Baphomet-esque T-shirt, "Are you the devil?"
When I saw that the gang over at Infowars had hastily put together a critique of the recently-released Suicide Squad trailer, I was hoping for something a little more in-depth than them trying to convince the audience that the “secret plot” of the movie was to desensitize the public to the idea of the United States funding the Islamic State (ISIS). However to my knowledge the general plot of the Suicide Squad was conceived in a comic book written about 30 years ago which was before ISIS existed, before most of us ever heard the term “false flag” and when the CIA were still seen as the good guys. In other words if you say the timing of the release of this movie is meant to desensitize the public to the idea of the United States backing ISIS and other clandestine operations that have recently been unearthed that’s logical, but to say the plot itself, written over two decades ago, is based on present-day events then that of course is illogical.
That being said my real disappointment in Infowars’ analysis came from the fact that they didn’t even discuss the occult/religious symbolism that was blatantly displayed (though such is to be expected from them, to a degree, since they more politically then religious-focused). In fact, in contrast to other popular Hollywood movies these images were so blatantly displayed that one has to wonder if they’re being used more for entertainment than cryptic purposes.
RACISM & SEXISM
The way she's scarfing down the that food I'm surprised they didn't just give her a chicken and watermelon.
This doesn’t mean that common elements in Hollywood movies, like racism and exploitation of the female body, aren’t present. For instance the first view we get of the character of Amanda Waller, who is supposed to personify the consummate African-American female professional, is a quick one-second glimpse where not only does she have a big Boondocks afro but is also stuffing her face with food (pictured above). Whereas I don’t want to read too much into the hairstyle, the way she’s viciously chowing down that grub definitely seems to be a reference to old stereotypes of Black people ("coons") that once dominated the American mainstream media.
The first full-body look we get of a woman is of the character Harley Quinn who, true to the article I wrote last week, has her legs wide open. By now there should be no question in our minds as to how Hollywood wishes to have women portrayed.
Many a movie features references to the Baphomet these days, but most try to do it casually or even unnoticeably, but such does not seem to be the case with the Suicide Squad, as for instance pictured above where the inverted pentagram is loudly displayed.
Here we have an image of the goat's head / Baphomet catching wreck with a shotgun, which was actually one of the coolest-looking scenes in the trailer. On the surface this would appear that, once again, the movie is capitalizing on what is now a popular image in America. However if you want to take it to a deeper level, this can be deciphered as possibly a reference to "the war with God" that Hollywood sometimes, subliminally, makes mention of, as in the idea of Man having a physical confrontation with God (the War of Armageddon).
Take another look at Amanda Waller's T-shirt...
...and then compare it to the emblem on the tail of this NATO warplane that was featured today on Infowars.
OTHER THEMES FROM THE SUICIDE SQUAD TRAILER
Japan in the lead.
"Let's go save the world."
I'd be lying if I said that after watching the Suicide Squad trailer I don't want to see the film. This movie looks like it's going to take the superhero genre to a place it has never really been before. The fact that it blatantly features occult and even Satanic imagery is of course alarming, but the way that it's outrightly displayed kind of gives the impression that it is being used more for artistic purposes or to capitalize on a popular trend then to actually push an idea, but I guess it won't be until the film is actually released that we will know the extent of it. After all, although Scientology may loosely be defined as Luciferianism, as of right now Will Smith is still considered a Scientologist and not a Satanist.