But it's being taken to a new height (or new depth) by three Canadian writers who are peddling their screenplay The Establishment online.
Like I said, nothing new. Anybody could have whipped this up in their kitchen.
- Gary Allen's early 1970's conspiracy classic None Dare Call It Conspiracy
- The dumbest anti-Mason web page you can find
- A vague memory of the 1960's TV program Run for Your Life and a rounded teaspoon of the original The Fugitive TV series
- A random episode of 24
- A shadowy government organization — sprinkle in a popular flavor from Millennium, The X-Files, Nowhere Man, The Prisoner, or maybe Boss Hogg's goons on the Dukes of Hazzard
- Character names that Dan Brown would be proud of
- A period-piece introduction a la National Treasure
- Middle East turmoil
- Terrorism in Washington, D.C.
- Detectives Nick and Nora Charles from The Thin Man series, but make them reporters
Bake on the Internet using the Eye in the Pyramid from the back of a dollar bill at 400 degrees for a few months, to see if anyone will actually take a bite.
Result: A bland, tasteless chowder that tells us what The Simpsons have already spelled out with Alpha-Bits in a bowl of milk: Freemasons rule the world!
Invest now! It will probably be a hit. Americans love a movie where something blows up.
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