Obama’s Netflix investment – coincidence or insider trading?

Ex President Barack Obama and Former First 'Lady' Michelle Obama's deal to produce series and movies for Netflix was eerily in sync with COVID19




I often feel sad for those who aren’t understanding of Trump’s social media posts.


Instead of examining and deciphering the meaning behind the messages, many miss their importance.


If it doesn’t make sense to them, it's dismissed as merely the lunatic ramblings of a very powerful man with a slight tinge of orange.


Yet for those who are picking up what he is putting down, the reality could be nothing further from the truth.


The fact is that virtually every 'crazy rambling’ has symbolism and meaning, if not evident at that point in time.


In hindsight (as history has repeatedly shown) Trump is trying to tell us something, most certainly inviting us to join the dots to investigate for ourselves and, through the process, to accept the reality of what is really happening around us.

Just one example: a tweet posted on September 16 and 17, 2019, has piqued my interest since the COVID19 lock-down, involving none other than the ex-President of the United States, Barack Obama and his 'wife' Michelle (aka Michael, or 'Big Mike').


The tweets lead to 'Obama Netflix?' trending and many questioning what exactly was behind his message as, to be fair, what's out of the ordinary when an elite bags another mega-deal, making a few more hundred million bucks off their privilege, social standing and connections?


I mean, it's virtually par for the (golf) course.




So, what's the deal?


Where do old presidents go to die after they've capitalised and exhausted their expected 'memoir' book deals?


Like duh, they launch a production company.


In early May, 2018, it was announced by the mainstream media (of course with much excitement and fanfare) that Barack and Michelle Obama had struck a multi-million, multi-year production deal to produce shows and films for the streaming service Netflix.


According to announcements, the not-so-dynamic duo were potentially working on scripted and unscripted series as well as docu-series, documentary films, and features under the bigger than Ben Hur deal.


Describing the contract, Barack said, 'One of the simple joys of our time in public service was getting to meet so many fascinating people from all walks of life, and to help them share their experiences with a wider audience.


'That’s why Michelle and I are so excited to partner with Netflix — we hope to cultivate and curate the talented, inspiring, creative voices who are able to promote greater empathy and understanding between peoples, and help them share their stories with the entire world'.


According to The New York Times, the Obamas were happy to leave any political issues at the White House door, stating the couple 'are intent on avoiding any material that could inflame tensions at a red-hot political moment, particularly as the 2020 presidential election begins to ramp up'.


Oh, please, gimme a break. Sure they were.


Given this, the issues the Obamas did decide to pursue eventually have strangely and coincidentally reflected many major politically motivated themes we are all now facing post-COVID19 lockdown in mid-June, 2020.


Take exhibit A, 'Touching on issues of race and class, democracy and civil rights and much more, we believe each of these productions won’t just entertain, but will educate, connect and inspire us all,' Mr Obama said in a statement.


'Barack and I have always believed in the power of storytelling to inspire us, to make us think differently about the world around us, and to help us open our minds and hearts to others,' said Michelle Obama.


'Netflix’s unparalleled service is a natural fit for the kinds of stories we want to share, and we look forward to starting this exciting new partnership'.


So, let's take a deeper look at these absolutely not-at-all political or Freemason agenda-driven shows and films the Obamas were planning:


■ “American Factory,” a documentary that examines life in Ohio where a Chinese billionaire opened a factory in a former General Motors plant and hired 2,000 people. Higher Ground Productions described the film, produced by Participant Media and directed by Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert, as “early days of hope and optimism give way to setbacks as high-tech China clashes with working-class America.” The documentary was already shown at the Sundance Film Festival, and Higher Ground Productions said it would be its first release.


■ 'Bloom', a drama series set in post-World War II New York that will explore the “barriers faced by women and by people of colour in an era marked by hurdles but also tremendous progress.” It will be produced by Callie Khouri, who wrote 'Thelma & Louise'.


■ A film adaptation of 'Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom', the Pulitzer Prize-winning biography by David W. Blight. Higher Ground did not announce a screenwriter or any producers.


■ An adaptation of a New York Times series, called 'Overlooked', about people whose deaths were previously not reported by the newspaper. The obituaries have been published in a recurring feature in the paper. Higher Ground Productions said it would be a scripted anthology series.


■ A series based on 'The Fifth Risk: Undoing Democracy', a book by Michael Lewis.


■ 'Crip Camp', a documentary film about the origins of the disability rights movement.


■ 'Listen to Your Vegetables & Eat Your Parents', a half-hour series for preschoolers that will “take young children and their families around the globe on an adventure that tells us the story of our food'.

See where I'm going here?


Enter Ricky Gervais


Enter Ricky Gervais

Given the Obamas’ uncanny and profitable business venture - and since the apparently unforeseen COVID19 pandemic necessitated that we were all locked in our homes under house arrest watching Netflix and 'chilling', because nothing makes you calmer than a global pandemic - I suddenly remembered a few golden comments contained within Ricky Gervais' monologue at the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards. It all started to take on a whole new meaning.


Take a moment to read them over a few times in light of the above:


"No one cares about going to movies anymore. No one goes to the cinema, no one really watches network TV. Everyone’s watching Netflix. This show should just be me coming out going well done Netflix you win everything. Goodnight”.

and

"The Hollywood foreign press are very, very racist. Maybe next year. Let’s see what happens.”

and

"We’re all gonna die soon and there’s no secret. Yeah, remember that”.

Does it strike anyone else as more than fortuitous that Obama had such foresight to know to invest in Netflix just when the world was shutting down and we're forced to watch their bullshit brainwashing mind-control?


And speaking of Obama's foresight that right about now seems to be rivaling that of The Simpsons, today we discovered a Tweet from Obama made on May the 17th, 2020 showing an image of none other than other most famous black man on planet earth right now, George Floyd. Problem is, according to trustworthy media reports, Floyd was murdered on May 25th, 2020. Fancy that?


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