COVID-19 AWAKENING – Section 2: The Masterplan

COVID-19 AWAKENING

SECTION 2: THE MASTERPLAN
(ARTICLE INDEX)


THE PLAN:

CORONA VIRUS FORESHADOWING

(Hollywood Predictive Programming)


 

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

 

Part 1: The Stand (1994 Miniseries) [ABC]

– Part 2: Crusade (1999) [TNT]

– Part 3: 28 Days Later (2002)

Part 4: Resident Evil (2002)

– Part 5: V for Vendetta (2006) [IMPORTANT]

– Part 6: I Am Legend (2007)

Part 7: Supernatural (2005) [The CW]

– Part 8: The Walking Dead (2010) [AMC]

– Part 9: Contagion (2011)

– Part 10: Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011)

– Part 11: Utopia (2013) (UK) [C4] [IMPORTANT]

SERIES 1 (2013)

1×01 – Episode 1 (Recap)

1×02 – Episode 2 (Recap)

1×03 – Episode 3 (Recap)

1×04 – Episode 4 (Recap)

1×05 – Episode 5 (Recap)

1×06 – Episode 6 (Recap)

SERIES 2 (2014)

2×01 – Episode 1 (Recap)

2×02 – Episode 2 (Recap)

2×03 – Episode 3 (Recap)

2×04 – Episode 4 (Recap)

2×05 – Episode 5 (Recap)

2×06 – Episode 6 (Recap)

– Part 12: Helix (2014) [SYFY]

– Part 13: The Strain (2014) [FX]

– Part 14: Z Nation (2014) [SYFY]

– Part 15: 12 Monkeys (2015) [SYFY] [IMPORTANT]

– Part 16: Containment (2016) [The CW]

– Part 17: Inferno (2016) [Infertility]

– Part 18: The X-Files (2016 Revival) [FOX]

– Part 19: The Handmaid’s Tale (2017) [HULU] [Infertility]

– Part 20: The Passage (2019) [FOX]

– Part 21: The Stand (2020 Miniseries) [CBS All Access]

– Part 22: Utopia (2020) [Amazon] [Infertility] [IMPORTANT]

SEASON 1 (2020) [US]

1×01 – Life Begins (Recap)

1×02 – Just a Fanboy (Recap)

1×03 – Tuesday’s Child (Recap)

1×04 – not slow not bad (Recap)

1×05 – Order 2472 (Recap)

1×06 – Respect Your Purpose (Recap)

1×07 – Talking Hurts (Recap)

1×08 – Stay Alive, Jessica Hyde (Recap)

– Part 23: Hollywood, USA [Foreknowledge & Collusion]

THE WEAPON:

COVID-19 LETHAL INJECTIONS

(COVID-19 Experimental Vaccines)


 

COVID-19 Vaccination: As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies. AstraZeneca anticipates producing 3 billion doses in 2021, Pfizer–BioNTech 1.3 billion doses, and Sputnik V, Sinopharm, Sinovac, and Janssen 1 billion doses each. Moderna targets producing 600 million doses and Convidecia 500 million doses in 2021. By December 2020, more than 10 billion vaccine doses had been preordered by countries, with about half of the doses purchased by high-income countries comprising 14% of the world’s population. CoronaVac (Sinovac) is the most widely used vaccine in the world, with over 943 million doses delivered globally.

 

– Part 1: Moderna (USA)

– Part 2: Pfizer (USA) [Comirnaty]

– Part 3: AstraZeneca (UK) [Covishield/Vaxzevria]

– Part 4: Johnson & Johnson (USA)

– Part 5: Sinovac (CHINA) [CoronaVac]

– Part 6: Sinopharm (CHINA)

– Part 7: CanSinoBio (CHINA) [Convidecia]

– Part 8: Sputnik V (RUSSIA)

– Part 9: Bharat Biotech (INDIA) [Covaxin]

COVID-19 Vaccine Injuries & Deaths [RED ALERT]

THE GOAL:

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE

(Hollywood MCU Foreshadowing)


 

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a media franchise created by Marvel Studios, set primarily in a shared universe designated as the reality Earth-199999 within Marvel’s multiverse system, with some installments also set in adjacent or branching realities.

Starting with Iron Man, the franchise is comprised mainly of films independently made by Marvel Studios, that are primarily set within this same universe, much like Marvel has done with their comics.

 

MCU: Global Genocide Foreshadowing [Intro]

– Part 1: Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)

– Part 2: Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

– Part 2.1: Avengers: Infinity War – The Snap [IMPORTANT]

– Part 2.2: Avengers: Infinity War – Thanos

– Part 2.3: Avengers: Infinity War – Winter Soldier

– Part 2.4: Avengers: Infinity War – Black Panther

– Part 2.5: Avengers: Infinity War – Groot

– Part 2.6: Avengers: Infinity War – Scarlet Witch

– Part 2.7: Avengers: Infinity War – Falcon

– Part 2.8: Avengers: Infinity War – Mantis

– Part 2.9: Avengers: Infinity War – Drax

– Part 2.10: Avengers: Infinity War – Star-Lord

– Part 2.11: Avengers: Infinity War – Doctor Strange

– Part 2.12: Avengers: Infinity War – Spider-Man

– Part 2.13: Avengers: Infinity War – Maria Hill

– Part 2.14: Avengers: Infinity War – Nick Fury

– Part 3: Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)

– Part 3.1: Ant-Man and the Wasp – Wasp II (Hope)

– Part 3.2: Ant-Man and the Wasp – Ant-Man I (Hank)

– Part 3.3: Ant-Man and the Wasp – Wasp I (Janet)

– Part 4: Captain Marvel (2019)

– Part 5: Avengers: Endgame (2019)

– Part 5.1: Avengers: Endgame – Winter Soldier

– Part 5.2: Avengers: Endgame – Black Panther

– Part 5.3: Avengers: Endgame – Groot

– Part 5.4: Avengers: Endgame – Scarlet Witch

– Part 5.5: Avengers: Endgame – Falcon

– Part 5.6: Avengers: Endgame – Mantis

– Part 5.7: Avengers: Endgame – Drax

– Part 5.8: Avengers: Endgame – Star-Lord

– Part 5.9: Avengers: Endgame – Doctor Strange

– Part 5.10: Avengers: Endgame – Spider-Man

– Part 5.11: Avengers: Endgame – Nick Fury

– Part 5.12: Avengers: Endgame – Wasp II

– Part 5.13: Avengers: Endgame – Shuri

– Part 5.14: Avengers: Endgame – Genocide 2023 [IMPORTANT]

– Part 6: Marvel Studios

– Part 6.1: Kevin Feige (Executive Producer & President)

– Part 6.2: Christopher Markus-Stephen McFeely (Co-Writers)

– Part 6.3: Walt Disney Studios

– Part 7: CDC COVID-19 Vaccine Sticker

2025:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE / DEPOPULATION

(Deagel.com Population Forecasts)


 

Deagel is America’s most secret intelligence agency – so secretive that few people know of its existence and others claim the organization doesn’t legitimately exist at all. Despite the overwhelming suppression of its significance, Deagel is routinely used by the CIA and other security outfits.

 

GENOCIDE EARTH (2025): Deagel.com

GENOCIDE EARTH (2025): “Replacing the Dead”

GENOCIDE EARTH (2025): Transhumanism

 

GENOCIDE AFRICA (2025):


 

GENOCIDE OCEANIA (2025):


 

GENOCIDE SOUTH AMERICA (2025):


 

GENOCIDE MIDDLE EAST (2025):


 

GENOCIDE ASIA (2025):


 

GENOCIDE EUROPE (2025):


 

GENOCIDE NORTH AMERICA (2025):


COVID-19 AWAKENING – Section 1: Timeline Revelations

COVID-19 AWAKENING: ARTICLE INDEX


SECTION 1 – COVID-19 FORESHADOWING

(Predictive Programming)


 

– Prologue: The Georgia Guidestones (1980)

– Part 1: SARS Virus (2003)

– Part 2: Aeon Flux (2005) [Infertility]

– Part 3: Children of Men (2006) [Infertility]

– Part 4: H1N1 ‘Swine Flu’ Virus (2009)

– Part 5: Contagion (2011)

– Part 6: MERS ‘Camel Flu’ Virus (2012)

– Part 7: 12 Monkeys (2015) [SYFY]

– Part 8: The Handmaid’s Tale (2017) [HULU] [Infertility]

– Part 9: COVID-19/Corona Virus (2019)

– Part 10: Utopia (2020) [AMAZON] [Infertility]

SECTION 2 – COVID-19 U.S. MSM LIES

(False News/Narrative Control)


 

– Part 11: ABC News

– Part 12: CBS News

– Part 13: CNN

– Part 14: FOX News

– Part 15: MSNBC

– Part 16: NBC News

SECTION 3 – BIOPHARMA COVID-19 VACCINE COMPANIES

(Infertility & Global Depopulation)


 

– Part 17: Operation Warp Speed (2020)

– Part 18: AstraZeneca (UK)

– Part 19: BioNTech (GERMANY)

– Part 20: CanSinoBIO (CHINA)

– Part 21: GlaxoSmithKline (UK)

– Part 22: Inovio (USA)

– Part 23: Johnson & Johnson (USA)

– Part 24: Merck (USA)

– Part 25: Moderna (USA)

– Part 26: Novavax (USA)

– Part 27: Pfizer (USA)

– Part 28: Sanofi (FRANCE)

– Part 29: Sinopharm (CHINA)

– Part 30: Sinovac (CHINA)

SECTION 4 – EVENT 201 & BILL GATES

(Foreshadowing & Foreknowledge)


 

– Part 31: Event 201 (2019)

– Part 32: Bill Gates (2015)

SECTION 5 – HCQ (COVID-19 CURE)

(Cure Destruction)


 

– Part 33: Taiwan HCQ Factory Fire (2020)

SECTION 6 – COVID-19 VACCINE PROPAGANDA

(Vaccine or Placebo?)


 

– Vaccine Placebo: COVID-19 Propaganda

– Part 34: Vaccine Placebo, Anthony Fauci

– Part 35: Vaccine Placebo, Joe Biden

– Part 36: Vaccine Placebo, Kamala Harris

– Part 37: Vaccine Placebo, Nancy Pelosi

– Part 38: Vaccine Placebo, Mike Pence

SECTION 7 – COVID-19 VACCINES

(Infertility & Global Depopulation)


 

– Part 39: Moderna (USA)

– Part 40: Pfizer-BioNTech (USA/GER)

– Part 41: Sinovac (CHINA)

– Part 42: Sinopharm (CHINA)

– Part 43: Johnson & Johnson (USA)

– Part 44: AstraZeneca (UK) [1]

– Part 45: COVID-19 Vaccine Corruption (AUS) [2]

– Part 45: Australian Edition [3]

– Part 46:  COVID-19 Vaccine U.S. Deaths (March 2021)

– Part 47:  COVID-19 Vaccine European Deaths (March 2021)

– Part 48:  Anthony Fauci (Chief Medical Advisor – USA)

SECTION 8 – TRANSHUMANISM ENDGAME

(The True Hidden Agenda)


 

– Part 1: MRNA Vaccines

– Part 2: The Borg

– Part 3: Borg Assimilation

– Part 4: Star Trek: First Contact

– Part 5: Black Sun

WONDER WOMAN COVID-1984

(Predictive Programming: COVID-Tyranny)


 

– Part 1: Wonder Woman 1984 (2020) + DC Films

– Part 2: HBO Max + WarnerMedia

– Part 3: Containment (2016) + The CW

– Part 4: Contagion (2011) + Warner Bros. Pictures

– Part 5: Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949)

– Part 6: COVID-19 + Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)

COVID-19 VACCINE INFERTILITY FORESHADOWING


Could the human race become infertile in 6 years time, after being brainwashed by the treasonous and lying mainstream media into taking an irreversible and experimental DNA altering COVID-19 vaccine?

Children of Men (2006)

HA, when pigs fly… right? hmm… (film released in 2006)

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 7 – CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Sticker

CDC
(CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION)


 

The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC or U.S. CDC) is the national public health agency of the United States. It is a United States federal agency, under the Department of Health and Human Services, and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.

The agency’s main goal to be the protection of public health and safety through the control and prevention of disease, injury, and disability in the US and worldwide. The CDC focuses national attention on developing and applying disease control and prevention. It especially focuses its attention on infectious disease, food borne pathogens, environmental health, occupational safety and health, health promotion, injury prevention and educational activities designed to improve the health of United States citizens. The CDC also conducts research and provides information on non-infectious diseases, such as obesity and diabetes, and is a founding member of the International Association of National Public Health Institutes.

The current Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is Rochelle Walensky. The Director reports to the United States Secretary of Health and Human Services.

CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Sticker

COVID-19

The first confirmed case of COVID-19 was discovered in the U.S. on January 20, 2020. But widespread COVID-19 testing in the United States was effectively stalled until February 28, when federal officials revised a faulty CDC test, and days afterward, when the Food and Drug Administration began loosening rules that had restricted other labs from developing tests. In February 2020, as the CDC’s early coronavirus test malfunctioned nationwide, CDC Director Robert R. Redfield reassured fellow officials on the White House Coronavirus Task Force that the problem would be quickly solved, according to White House officials. It took about three weeks to sort out the failed test kits, which may have been contaminated during their processing in a CDC lab. Later investigations by the FDA and the Department of Health and Human Services found that the CDC had violated its own protocols in developing its tests. In November 2020, NPR reported that an internal review document they obtained revealed that the CDC was aware that the first batch of tests which were issued in early January had a chance of being wrong 33 percent of the time, but they released them anyway.

In May 2020, The Atlantic reported that the CDC was conflating the results of two different types of coronavirus tests — tests that diagnose current coronavirus infections, and tests that measure whether someone has ever had the virus. The magazine said this distorted several important metrics, provided the country with an inaccurate picture of the state of the pandemic, and overstated the country’s testing ability.

In July 2020, the Trump administration ordered hospitals to bypass the CDC and instead send all COVID-19 patient information to a database at the Department of Health and Human Services. Some health experts opposed the order and warned that the data might become politicized or withheld from the public. On July 15, the CDC alarmed health care groups by temporarily removing COVID-19 dashboards from its website. It restored the data a day later.

In August 2020, the CDC recommended that people showing no COVID-19 symptoms do not need testing. The new guidelines alarmed many public health experts. The guidelines were crafted by the White House Coronavirus Task Force without the sign-off of Anthony Fauci of the NIH. Objections by other experts at the CDC went unheard. Officials said that a CDC document in July arguing for “the importance of reopening schools” was also crafted outside the CDC. On August 16, the chief of staff, Kyle McGowan, and his deputy, Amanda Campbell, resigned from the agency. The testing guidelines were reversed on September 18, 2020, after public controversy.

In September 2020, the CDC drafted an order requiring masks on all public transportation in the United States, but the White House Coronavirus Task Force blocked the order, refusing to discuss it, according to two federal health officials.

In October, it was disclosed that White House advisers had repeatedly altered the writings of CDC scientists about COVID-19, including recommendations on church choirs, social distancing in bars and restaurants, and summaries of public-health reports.

In the lead up to 2020 Thanksgiving, at a press conference on November 20 the CDC advised Americans not to travel for the holiday saying, “It’s not a requirement. It’s a recommendation for the American public to consider.” The White House coronavirus task force had its first public briefing in months on that date but travel was not mentioned.

Eroding trust in the CDC as a result of COVID-19 controversies

A poll conducted in September 2020 found that nearly 8 in 10 Americans trusted the CDC, a decrease from 87 percent in April 2020. Another poll showed an even larger drop in trust with the results dropping 16 percentage points. As the trustworthiness eroded, so too did the information it disseminates. The diminishing level of trust in the CDC and the information releases also incited “vaccine hesitancy” with the result that “just 53 percent of Americans said they would be somewhat or extremely likely to get a vaccine.”

In September 2020, amid the accusations and the faltering image of the CDC the agency’s leadership was called into question. Former Acting Director at the CDC, Richard Besser, said of Dr. Redfield that “I find it concerning that the CDC director has not been outspoken when there have been instances of clear political interference in the interpretation of science.” In addition, Mark Rosenberg, the first director of CDC’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, also questioned Redfield’s leadership and his lack of defense of the science.

Historically the CDC has not been a political agency, however, the COVID-19 pandemic, and specifically the Trump Administration’s handling of the pandemic, resulted in a “dangerous shift” according to a previous CDC director and others. Four previous directors claim that the agency’s voice was “muted for political reasons.” Politicization of the agency has continued into the Biden administration as COVID-19 guidance is contradicted by State guidance and the agency is criticized as “CDC’s credibility is eroding”.

In 2021, the CDC, then under the leadership of the Biden Administration, received criticism for its mixed messaging surrounding COVID-19 vaccines, mask-wearing guidance, and the state of the pandemic.

Source: Wikipedia

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 6.3 – Walt Disney Studios

WALT DISNEY STUDIOS
(Owner of Marvel Studios)

WALT DISNEY STUDIOS


 

The Walt Disney Studios is an American film and entertainment studio, and is the Studios Content segment of The Walt Disney Company. Based in Burbank, California, the studio is best known for its multi-faceted film divisions. Founded in 1923, it is the fourth-oldest and one of the “Big Five” major film studios.

The Walt Disney Studios division has prominent film production companies. These include: Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar, Marvel Studios, Lucasfilm, 20th Century Studios and Searchlight Pictures. Disney Media and Entertainment Distribution distributes and markets the content produced by these studios for both theatrical exhibition and the company’s streaming services. In 2019, Disney posted an industry record of $13.2 billion at the global box office. The studio has released six of the top ten highest-grossing films of all time worldwide, and the two highest-grossing film franchises of all time.

The Walt Disney Studios is a member of the Motion Picture Association (MPA).

Walt Disney Studios Logo/Titlecard

History (2010s)


 

The Walt Disney Company completed its acquisition of Marvel Entertainment in December 2009 for $4.2 billion.

Disney closed a deal with Paramount Pictures to transfer worldwide marketing and the distribution rights to Marvel’s The Avengers and Iron Man 3 in October 2010.

In August 2011, Disney fired Marvel Studios’ marketing department in a restructuring. Disney would take over the marketing and distribution of future Marvel titles, beginning with the 2012 release of The Avengers.

In April 2013, The Walt Disney Studios laid off 150 workers, including staff from its marketing and home entertainment units. In July 2013, Disney acquired all of the distribution rights previously held by Paramount for Marvel Studios’ Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger.

In August 2015, Marvel Studios was integrated into Walt Disney Studios with president Kevin Feige reporting to Disney studio chief Alan Horn instead of Marvel Entertainment CEO Isaac Perlmutter. Perlmutter continued to oversee Marvel Television and Marvel Animation until 2019, in which they were folded back into Marvel Studios.

Source: Wikipedia

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

CORONA VIRUS FORESHADOWING (2011)

CORONA VIRUS STATISTICS IN THE USA
(to July 27, 2021):

California Deaths:

58,269

USA Total Deaths:

611,000+

Click above to learn more about all the COVID-19 Vaccines.

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 6.2 – Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely

CHRISTOPHER MARKUS & STEPHEN MCFEELY
(Co-Writers of Avengers: Infinity War & Endgame)

CHRISTOPHER MARKUS
(CO-WRITER, AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR
AND AVENGERS: ENDGAME)


 

Christopher Markus, along with Stephen McFeely, wrote the screenplay for Captain America: The First Avenger, Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. He was also a co-producer on Avengers: Endgame.

He is the co-creator of Agent Carter, co-wrote the episode Now is Not the End with Stephen McFeely, and worked as an executive producer for the series.

He also portrayed S.H.I.E.L.D. Interrogator #1 in Captain America: The Winter Soldier and 1970 S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent in Avengers: Endgame.

He was interviewed for the documentaries Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe and Captain America: 75 Heroic Years.

Source

Christopher Markus – Co-Writer of Avengers: Infinity War & Endgame

STEPHEN MCFEELY
(CO-WRITER, AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR
AND AVENGERS: ENDGAME)


 

Stephen McFeely, along with Christopher Markus, wrote the screenplay for Captain America: The First Avenger, Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. He was also a co-producer on Avengers: Endgame.

He is the co-creator of Agent Carter, co-wrote the episode Now is Not the End with Christopher Markus, and worked as an executive producer for the series.

He also portrayed S.H.I.E.L.D. Interrogator #2 in Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Secretary Ross’s Aide in Avengers: Infinity War.

He was interviewed for the documentaries Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe and Captain America: 75 Heroic Years.

Source

Stephen McFeely – Co-Writer of Avengers: Infinity War & Endgame

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

CORONA VIRUS FORESHADOWING (2011)

CORONA VIRUS STATISTICS IN THE USA
(to July 27, 2021):

California Deaths:

58,269

USA Total Deaths:

611,000+

Click above to learn more about all the COVID-19 Vaccines.

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 6.1 – Kevin Feige

KEVIN FEIGE
(PRESIDENT OF MARVEL STUDIOS &
MARVEL’S CHIEF CREATIVE OFFICER)


 

Kevin Feige is the president of Marvel Studios and, since October 2019, Marvel’s Chief Creative Officer.

He is a producer on Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor, Marvel One-Shot: The Consultant, Captain America: The First Avenger, Marvel One-Shot: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor’s Hammer, The Avengers, Marvel One-Shot: Item 47, Iron Man 3, Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter, Thor: The Dark World, Marvel One-Shot: All Hail the King, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, Captain America: Civil War, Team Thor, Doctor Strange, Team Thor: Part 2, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Thor: Ragnarok, Black Panther, Team Darryl, Avengers: Infinity War, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Captain Marvel, Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Black Widow, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Eternals, Spider-Man: No Way Home, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, The Marvels, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Blade, Fantastic Four, Deadpool 3 and Captain America 4.

Kevin Feige – Marvel Studios President & MCU Executive Producer

He is an executive producer on Agent Carter, WandaVision, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Loki, What If…?, Ms. Marvel, Hawkeye, Moon Knight, She-Hulk, Secret Invasion, Ironheart, Armor Wars, I Am Groot and Echo.

Kevin Feige had a producer credit on every non-Marvel Studios film based on a Marvel Comics property from 2000’s X-Men to 2012’s The Amazing Spider-Man.

Source

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

CORONA VIRUS FORESHADOWING (2011)

CORONA VIRUS STATISTICS IN THE USA
(to July 27, 2021):

California Deaths:

58,269

USA Total Deaths:

611,000+

Click above to learn more about all the COVID-19 Vaccines.

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 6 – Marvel Studios

MARVEL STUDIOS


 

Marvel Studios is a film studio and a subsidiary of Walt Disney Studios. The company was founded as Marvel Films by Marvel Entertainment Group. The division was formerly headed by Avi Arad from May 13, 1993, as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, until October 1998, when he took on other duties within the company such as executive producer for the studios’ film output.

Marvel Studios – 10 Year Anniversary Logo (2018)

History

In March 2007, David Maisel was named Chairman and Kevin Feige was named President of Production as Iron Man began filming. In 2008, Marvel Studios signed a lease with Raleigh Studios to host its headquarters and production offices and film the next four movies on the studios’ slate, including Iron Man 2 and Thor, at their Manhattan Beach facilities.

In 2009, Marvel attempted to hire a team of writers to help come up with creative ways to launch its lesser-known properties, such as Black Panther, Cable, Iron Fist, Nighthawk, and Vision.

On December 31, 2009, The Walt Disney Company purchased Marvel Entertainment for $4 billion. Both Marvel and Disney have stated that the merger would not affect any preexisting deals with other film studios for the time being, although Disney said they would consider distributing future Marvel projects with their own studios once the current deals expired. On October 18, 2010, Disney bought the distribution rights for The Avengers and Iron Man 3 from Paramount Pictures.

In June 2010, Marvel set up a television division headed up by Jeph Loeb as Executive Vice President.

Beginning with Thor: The Dark World, the Marvel Studios logo was given a makeover and its own fanfare by composer Brian Tyler. According to Feige, this was to symbolize Marvel as its own entity within The Walt Disney Company since Thor: The Dark World would be the first movie to only feature the studio’s logo without any other.

On February 9, 2015, Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios announced a deal that would introduce Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, allowing Spider-Man characters to appear in Marvel Studios films, as well as Marvel Studios characters in Sony Pictures films. Under this deal, Sony would co-produce the new Spider-Man series with Marvel Studios, while Sony would still finance, own, distribute, and have final creative control over the projects. This set Spider-Man to show up in one Marvel Studios film (Captain America: Civil War) before his MCU solo-film debut in Spider-Man: Homecoming. This caused the release dates of Thor: Ragnarok, Black Panther and Captain Marvel to be pushed back.

In August 2015, after the release of Ant-Man, Disney and Marvel underwent a reorganization, with Feige no longer reporting to Marvel Entertainment CEO Isaac Perlmutter, but to Walt Disney Studios CEO Alan F. Horn.

Beginning with Doctor Strange, Marvel Studios redesigned its logo a second time, this time with fanfare by Michael Giacchino. Spider-Man: Homecoming featured a re-imagined fanfare of the classic Spider-Man theme by Giacchino.

In September 2018, Marvel Studios announced the development of multiple limited series for Disney+, including Loki and WandaVision. In October 2018, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier was announced for the service, while What If…? was announced in March 2019, Hawkeye was announced in April 2019 and Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight, and She-Hulk were announced in August 2019. In December 2020, four more series and a special were announced at Disney Investor Day: Secret Invasion, Ironheart, Armor Wars, I Am Groot and The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special.

Source

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

CORONA VIRUS FORESHADOWING (2011)

CORONA VIRUS STATISTICS IN THE USA
(to July 27, 2021):

California Deaths:

58,269

USA Total Deaths:

611,000+

Click above to learn more about all the COVID-19 Vaccines.

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 5.14 – Genocide 2023

PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING
(Hollywood Foreshadowing)


 

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

THE SNAP
aka COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE
(Predictive Programming)


 

The Snap, also known as the Blip, was the moment Thanos snapped his fingers while using the Infinity Gauntlet during the Infinity War and caused the extermination of half of all life in the universe. Wanting to restore balance to the universe, by averting universal resource conflicts due to overpopulation, Thanos embarked on a quest to assemble all six Infinity Stones needed to achieve this goal. In 2018, during the Battle of Wakanda, Thanos activated the completed gauntlet and initiated the Snap, causing a universal genocide which eliminated fifty percent of all life, randomly disintegrating individuals into dust.

The Snap had devastating universal repercussions. On Earth, the Snap led to a five-year period in which the world fell into societal collapse and many countries followed a one-world government. Major cities across the world, such as San Francisco and New York City, fell victim to disenfranchisement. In 2023, the victims of the Snap were resurrected by the Avengers, after they went back in time to collect the Infinity Stones.

One World Government (New World Order)

NO

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR (2018)


 

Snap

Shortly after Thanos activated the Infinity Gauntlet, the destructive effects of the Snap began to be apparent, with half of all life in the universe randomly disintegrating into dust. Beyond Earth and Titan, there were also several Asgardian casualties, including Sif and an Asgardian actor who portrayed Loki in The Tragedy of Loki of Asgard. Even dimensions across the Multiverse, such as the Quantum Realm, were affected by the Snap.

Earth

On Earth, there were at least 3,797,000,000 humans confirmed deceased or missing worldwide, according to a statistical report issued by the United Nations in conjunction with the World Bank. All types of life forms perished in the Snap, including the bacteria in the bodies of the Snap survivors.

Titan

As the effects of Thanos’ mass genocide swept across the universe, the survivors could do nothing but accept Thanos’ overpowering ascendancy and its consequences.

Avengers: Endgame (2019) – Global Genocide

AVENGERS: ENDGAME (2019)


 

Aftermath

On Earth, the majority of world governments were in a state of chaos because half of the world’s population had disappeared. Over the course of five years, the victims of the Snap would come to be known as the Vanished, with memorial sites erected in their honor in every city in the world.

A quarter of all children worldwide were left orphaned in the wake of the Snap. They were placed in the charge of an organization in Washington, D.C.

World Without Borders

Despite all the terrible consequences of The Snap, the following five year period was an unprecedented era of global unity. Earth’s nations came together to help each other in a time of severe crisis, putting aside their hostilities and differences and opening their borders. This would lead to an ideology of a world without borders and the formation of the Flag Smashers, about six months after the the Snap victims were resurrected in the Blip.

Source

5 Years Later – Avengers Endgame (2019)

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 5.13 – Shuri

SHURI


 

Shuri is the Princess of Wakanda, daughter of T’Chaka and Ramonda, sister of T’Challa, and the leader of the Wakandan Design Group. An innovator responsible for creating much of Wakanda’s modern technology, she is also known for designing the current generation Panther Habits. After her brother’s coronation, Shuri assisted him and the Dora Milaje in tracking down Ulysses Klaue, only to be forced to flee the Golden City as Erik Killmonger overthrew the throne, eventually returning to reclaim Wakanda. Shortly after, Shuri succeeds in eliminating the HYDRA programming from Bucky Barnes’ mind.

Two years later, she was tasked by her brother and the Avengers in removing the Mind Stone from Vision’s head to have Wanda Maximoff destroy it, as the android was under threat from Thanos. She was soon compromised by Corvus Glaive, who ambushed her lab and quickly defeated Shuri. Shortly after, she was among the many who died when Thanos completed the Infinity Gauntlet and wiped out half of all life in the universe. She was resurrected by Hulk in 2023, upon which she participated in the Battle of Earth.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Shuri

Avengers: Endgame (2019) – Global Genocide

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 5.12 – Wasp II

WASP II
(HOPE VAN DYNE)


 

Hope van Dyne is the daughter of Hank Pym and Janet van Dyne, and a former chairwoman of the board of Pym Technologies. When Darren Cross attempted to create and sell a new weapon based on her father’s Ant-Man Suit, van Dyne reunited with her father and, along with Scott Lang who succeeded Hank as Ant-Man, was able to defeat Cross. After these events, Pym found the possibility of saving his wife due to Lang’s first experience in the Quantum Realm, from which van Dyne was finally being offered by her father a suit that belonged to her mother, therefore taking on the name of Wasp.

Over the course of another year, van Dyne would train alongside Lang, while forming a romantic relationship with him, until she broke up because Lang’s actions during the Clash of the Avengers resulted in her and her father being wanted by the FBI. Two years later, van Dyne, Pym, and Lang successfully managed to retrieve her mother from the Quantum Realm and also faced Ava Starr when she became a threat to their planes of rescue. Van Dyne also reconciled with Lang and resumed their relationship.

Alongside her parents, van Dyne was among the random people who turned to dust following Thanos’ success in assembling his Infinity Gauntlet and wiping out half the population. During the Battle of Earth, van Dyne was resurrected, along with all the other victims of the Snap in 2023, where she aided the Avengers in defeating Thanos and his army. After Thanos’ army was disintegrated, van Dyne attended Tony Stark’s funeral with Lang and her parents and later returned home to San Francisco to celebrate their victory with Cassie Lang.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Wasp II (Hope Van Dyne)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

Wasp II (Hope Van Dyne)

Avengers: Endgame (2019) – Global Genocide

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 5.11 – Nick Fury

NICK FURY
(S.H.I.E.L.D.)


 

Nicholas Joseph “Nick” Fury is a world-renowned spy, former Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. and founder of the Avengers. Fury began his career within the United States Army in the late 1960s, rising to the rank of Colonel before his honorable discharge. He later became a CIA operative during the Cold War, primarily operating in Soviet territory. Continuing to serve his country, Fury joined S.H.I.E.L.D. to fight against Earth’s most dangerous enemies. The great scope of enemies widened in the 1990s as Fury met Vers, helping her uncover her human heritage as Carol Danvers, as the two fought off the Starforce, which was led by Yon-Rogg, as they were targeting Skrull refugees. Fury took a liking to Goose who scratched him for violating her space and permanently blinded Fury’s left eye. Fury kept the reason for this injury secret, telling others it was classified but happened in the line of duty, while Danvers had then left the Earth in order to find a new home for the Skrulls and protect the rest of the universe.

Later promoted to Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. by Alexander Pierce, Fury refocused his efforts over the next 15 years to organize the Avengers Initiative, with Fury’s true intentions were to bring together any other powerful individuals to assist S.H.I.E.L.D. with protecting the Earth from extraterrestrial threats, which he had only learned of following his encounters with the Kree and Skrulls. Despite some more considerable reluctance from World Security Council who had not believed in his theories, Fury had still continued his efforts and eventually managed to recruit both Iron Man and Captain America into their Initiative, ready for an incoming invasion.

With the Avengers ready, Fury was forced to call them all into action when the Earth was invaded by Loki, who managed to brainwash an army and steal the Tesseract. With the Avengers assembled, Fury took charge of the hunt for Loki, leading the volatile team through the mission as they attempted to learn what Loki’s plan for the Tesseract was and who he had been working for. This all then came to a head following Loki killing Phil Coulson, before being tracked to New York City. There, all the Avengers engaged Loki and his entire incoming army of Chitauri in a final battle, with Fury keeping the World Security Council from nuking the entire city before Loki was defeated and the Avengers were disassembled.

Following the Avengers’s victory, Fury recruited Captain America as a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, while Fury worked on the new Project Insight, as a means of accurately predicting threats; something which conflicted with Rogers’ ideals. However, when Fury began to suspect that something was wrong with Project Insight, he then found himself becoming a target of the Winter Soldier, forcing Fury to fake his own death and go into hiding. With limited people he could trust, Fury then turned to Captain America along with Black Widow, the Falcon and Maria Hill to lead the fight, as he soon discovered that HYDRA had secretly managed to infiltrate S.H.I.E.L.D. and Alexander Pierce was the leader, as Captain America had also learned that the Winter Soldier was actually his friend Bucky Barnes who had been brainwashed by HYDRA for decades, following Barnes’ apparent death in 1945.

Once Fury and his allies had stopped Project Insight and also killed Pierce, Fury chose to go into hiding to continue hunting down the remaining HYDRA cells. Fury then assisted the now resurrected Phil Coulson in defeating John Garrett while also stopping his plans for Project Deathlok. Following this, Fury chose to promote Coulson to Director of S.H.I.E.L.D., telling him to rebuild it from the ground up. Fury had then also aided the Avengers during the Ultron Offensive, serving as support during the Battle of Sokovia. There, he commanded the rebuilt Helicarrier, which Coulson’s new S.H.I.E.L.D. secretly worked on.

In 2018, now operating underground with a hand-picked crew, Fury was one of the trillions of victims in the Snap but had managed to send a distress signal to Captain Marvel before his death. In 2023, Fury was resurrected by Hulk in the Blip and attended Tony Stark’s funeral alongside the other Avengers after he sacrificed his life in the Battle of Earth. Fury was then made aware of Peter Parker’s identity as Spider-Man and was tasked with delivering the E.D.I.T.H. glasses to him. However, deciding to take a vacation in space on Talos’ flagship, Fury tasked Talos and Soren to impersonate himself and Maria Hill respectively on Earth and to deliver the glasses to Spider-Man on his behalf. After discovering that Talos and Spider-Man had been involved in a crisis in Europe, Fury decided to end his vacation and return to work.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Nick Fury (S.H.I.E.L.D.)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

Nick Fury (S.H.I.E.L.D.)

Avengers: Endgame (2019) – Global Genocide

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 5.10 – Spider-Man

SPIDER-MAN
(PETER PARKER)


 

Peter Benjamin Parker is a high school student who gained spider-like abilities, fighting crime across New York City as the alter ego Spider-Man, hoping someday, he will live up to his heroes in the Avengers. While Parker juggled all his continued superhero duties with the demands of his high-school life, he was approached by Tony Stark who recruited Spider-Man to join the Avengers Civil War, putting Spider-Man into the brief conflict with his personal hero, Captain America. Parker then agreed and was given his new suit as well as brand new Stark technology in exchange for all his help, although Stark still did not make him an official member of the Avengers and instead returned Parker back home to continue his own hero work.

While he continued to try and prove himself as a worthy hero in the eyes of Iron Man so he could join the Avengers, Parker then encountered all the illegal activities of Vulture, who was attempting to sell his Chitauri based weapons onto the black market. Believing that capturing Vulture would prove his worth as a hero, Spider-Man had decided to go after Vulture alone, with only Ned Leeds’ assistance, while keeping all his secrets from Aunt May, gaining the affections of Liz Toomes, and also trying to win his decathlon finals. Eventually, Spider-Man had learned Vulture was Toomes’ father and had then stopped his robbery of their Stark Cargo Plane, resulting in Stark offering Parker his place with the Avengers, which Parker turned down in order to continue being a small-time hero in New York.

Spider-Man was pulled back into the Avengers’ conflict when the Black Order had invaded the Earth and then managed to successfully kidnap Doctor Strange, which resulted in Spider-Man being dragged onto their ship with Iron Man. Having then rescued Strange and joined forces with the Guardians of the Galaxy, Spider-Man joined their attempts to prevent the Mad Titan, Thanos, from collecting the six Infinity Stones. However, the heroes could not defeat Thanos who then fulfilled his goal and then caused the Snap, resulting in the deaths of trillions, including Spider-Man’s as he had turned to dust in Iron Man’s arms. Having been dead for five years, Spider-Man was then resurrected when Hulk had managed to reverse the Snap, as Spider-Man rejoined their fight against Thanos, just in time to witness Iron Man sacrifice his life to defeat the Mad Titan.

The bereaved and traumatized Parker decided to take some time off his hero duties following Tony Stark’s death, seeking refuse on his trip to Europe with all his classmates. However, despite wanting to focus his attention on winning the attention of Michelle Jones, Parker witnessed an Elemental attack and was recruited by Nick Fury to work with Mysterio to defeat the creatures. Once they had seemingly defeated these enemies, Parker handed over Stark’s glasses to Mysterio, granting him access to Stark technology, only to discover that Mysterio lied to him. Recruiting Happy Hogan’s help, Spider-Man followed Mysterio into London, exposing his illusions and defeated his former ally. However, upon his return into New York, doctored footage was sent to The Daily Bugle, which showed Mysterio exposing Spider-Man’s true identity to the entire world as well as incriminating him for an alleged mass murder in London.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Spider-Man (Peter Parker)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

Spider-Man (Peter Parker)

Avengers: Endgame (2019) – Global Genocide

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 5.9 – Doctor Strange

DOCTOR STRANGE
(DR. STEPHEN STRANGE)


 

Doctor Stephen Vincent Strange M.D., Ph.D is the sorcerer and a Master of the Mystic Arts. Originally a brilliant, although arrogant, neurosurgeon, Strange got into a car accident which resulted with his hands becoming crippled. When all Western medicine failed him, Strange embarked on a journey that led him into Kamar-Taj where Strange had made the discovery of magic and alternate dimensions, being trained by the Ancient One. Though focused on healing his hands and returning into his career, Strange learned more of the mystic arts and helped the Masters prevent Kaecilius from merging the Earth with the Dark Dimension, but not before witnessing the Ancient One’s death. Following the demise of their mentor, Strange became the protector of the New York Sanctum in New York as well as the Earth’s protector from any new inter-dimensional threats.

From his new position, Strange had aided Thor in locating his father Odin. When Thanos and the Black Order had attacked Earth, Strange and Wong were targeted as they held the Time Stone. Strange was soon abducted by Ebony Maw, who tried to take the Time Stone from him but failed when Strange was rescued by Iron Man and Spider-Man. Strange later joined all his new allies, alongside the Guardians of the Galaxy, to battle Thanos in a desperate attempt to stop him. Secretly, however, Strange had already seen their only path to victory, as he then allowed Thanos to cause the Snap, killing Strange and trillions of others. However, as Strange foresaw, Hulk had managed to reverse the Snap, returning Strange and the others into life as they had continued their battles against Thanos, with an army of heroes, as Strange had witnessed Tony Stark sacrificing his life in order to finally destroy the Mad Titan once and for all.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Doctor Strange (Dr. Stephen Strange)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

Doctor Strange (Dr. Stephen Strange)

Avengers: Endgame (2019) – Global Genocide

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 5.8 – Star-Lord

STAR-LORD
(PETER QUILL)


 

Peter Jason Quill is a Celestial-Human hybrid who was abducted from Earth in 1988 by the Yondu Ravager Clan, and afterwards began building a reputation as the notorious intergalactic outlaw Star-Lord. In 2014, he decided to leave the Ravagers and operate individually, unintentionally becoming a key player in the quest for a precious artifact known as the Orb after stealing it from Morag. Following his arrest, he forged an uneasy alliance with fellow inmates Gamora, Drax the Destroyer, Rocket Raccoon, and Groot, who together formed the Guardians of the Galaxy. They first rallied as a team by stopping Ronan the Accuser from destroying Xandar with the Power Stone.

A few months later, Quill and the other Guardians were hired by Ayesha and the Sovereign to defend Anulax Batteries from an Abilisk. However, after Rocket stole some of the batteries, Ayesha sent the Sovereign fleet after them, with the Guardians being saved when the fleet is destroyed by Ego, Quill’s biological father, whom Quill had never met before. Quill spent a few days bonding with his father, but when Ego revealed that he was responsible for Meredith Quill’s death, Quill allied with his fellow Guardians to prevent Ego’s quest to terraform the universe. After killing Ego and witnessing Yondu Udonta’s sacrifice, Quill continued to lead the Guardians of the Galaxy and eventually started a relationship with Gamora.

The Guardians of the Galaxy then encountered Thor and began racing against Thanos to procure the Infinity Stones. Splitting up into two groups, Quill led Gamora, Drax, and Mantis to Knowhere to recover the Reality Stone from the Collector, only to lose both it and Gamora to Thanos. Quill, Drax, and Mantis later traveled to Titan to confront Thanos in person. With help from Iron Man, Doctor Strange, and Spider-Man, the Guardians fought Thanos for a time, during which Quill was devastated to learn that Thanos had killed Gamora, in his anger he unintentionally gave Thanos an opening to strike back and Quill alongside his allies were ultimately defeated. Thanos eventually succeeded in his goal and wiped out half of all life in the universe, Quill and most of the Guardians of the Galaxy were among the victims.

In 2023, five years after his death, Quill was resurrected along with all the other lives claimed by the Snap. He then returned to Earth with the help of Strange, participating in the Battle of Earth where he encountered Gamora from an alternate timeline. After the battle, Quill attended Stark’s funeral before flying to New Asgard to retrieve Thor, who had decided to join the Guardians, and began a search for Gamora.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Star-Lord (Peter Quill)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

Avengers: Endgame (2019) – Global Genocide

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 5.7 – Drax

DRAX THE DESTROYER
(GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY)


 

Drax is a former Kylosian intergalactic criminal, and a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy. He sought revenge on Ronan the Accuser for killing his wife and daughter, and went on a rampage across the galaxy, ending with him being imprisoned by the Nova Corps in the Kyln. There, Drax became uneasy allies with Star-Lord, Gamora, Rocket Raccoon, and Groot. Together, they broke out of the Kyln and became embroiled in the Quest for the Orb. After the Battle of Xandar, in which he finally exacted his vengeance on Ronan, Drax left Xandar with the other Guardians but not before declaring Thanos as his next target.

Following the Guardians, Drax assisted in killing the Abilisk for the Sovereign people, only for Rocket Raccoon to betray them. Drax followed the Guardians as they encountered Ego, the long lost father of Star-Lord. Along the way, he developed a close bond with Mantis, who soon revealed that Ego’s true plan was to destroy and rebuild the entire universe. Drax and his fellow Guardians defeated Ego, saving the galaxy once more but at the cost of Yondu Udonta’s self-sacrifice.

Four years later, the Guardians of the Galaxy joined up with Thor and the Avengers in trying to stop Thanos from obtaining the Infinity Stones. When Thanos gathered all of the stones, he used them to eradicate half the universe’s population, including Drax and the Guardians, except Rocket Raccoon and Nebula. Five years after the Snap, the remaining Avengers successfully gathered the Infinity Stones from different points in the past and Hulk resurrected the victims of the Snap, restoring Drax back to life. He then participated and survived the Battle of Earth, attended Tony Stark’s funeral, and rejoined the Guardians of the Galaxy.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Drax (Guardians Of The Galaxy)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

Avengers: Endgame (2019) – Global Genocide

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 5.6 – Mantis

MANTIS
(GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY)


 

Mantis is an empath with the ability to sense other people’s feelings and alter them. She was raised by Ego and later recruited as a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy. Since she was a child, Mantis helped ease Ego’s neurotic behavior with her powers until the Guardians came to his planet. After bonding with Drax the Destroyer, she came to care for the Guardians and then allied with them to help prevent Ego from conquering the Galaxy. With her own servitude to Ego ended, she became a full-fledged member of the Guardians and accompanied them on further adventures.

When the Guardians were called to action to stop Thanos from collecting the Infinity Stones to wipe out half the universe, Mantis accompanied some of the Guardians to Knowhere where they failed to stop the warlord from gaining the Aether resulting in Gamora being captured. After, they traveled to Titan where they teamed up with Doctor Strange, Iron Man, and Spider-Man to fight Thanos head-on. The fight once again ended in failure, and Mantis and her fellow Guardians, except for Nebula and Rocket Raccoon, were killed when Thanos obtained the Infinity Stones and snapped his fingers.

Fortunately, five years after the Snap, the remaining Avengers successfully gathered the Infinity Stones from different points in the past, and Bruce Banner resurrected the victims of the Snap, bringing Mantis back to life. She then participated and survived the Battle of Earth, attended Tony Stark’s funeral after he sacrificed himself. Mantis then resumed being a part of the Guardians, with all of them reunited again, now joined by Thor.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Mantis (Guardians Of The Galaxy)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

Avengers: Endgame (2019) – Global Genocide

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 5.5 – Falcon

FALCON
(SAM WILSON)


 

Samuel Thomas “Sam” Wilson is a former United States Air Force pararescue airman, who left active duty when his wing-man Riley died during combat, instead choosing to help other veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. At this time, Wilson had met Captain America and was drawn to his conflict with HYDRA, as Captain America needed help from anyone not associated with S.H.I.E.L.D. since they had been infiltrated by HYDRA. Retaking his title as the Falcon, Wilson had then assisted with destroying all of Alexander Pierce’s schemes of world domination. Following their victory against Pierce’s HYDRA units, Falcon then agreed to assist Captain America in tracking down the Winter Soldier, who was in fact Captain America’s close friend who had been brainwashed.

As Falcon continued searching for the Winter Soldier, he was then recruited into the Avengers, since their original team had been disbanded following the defeat of Ultron. During his time with the Avengers, Falcon briefly encountered Ant-Man before assisting in defeating Crossbones. In the aftermath of several battles that had killed civilians, the Avengers were then forced into following the Sokovia Accords, putting them all under the government’s full control. However, as the Winter Soldier was blamed for terrorist attacks by Helmut Zemo, Falcon stood by Captain America with protecting the Winter Soldier, which had then caused the Avengers Civil War. In the wake of this clash, Falcon, and several other Avengers who were loyal to Captain America, were defeated by Iron Man, and locked into the Raft, until Captain America freed them as they became fugitives.

While the Avengers were still disbanded, Earth had come under attack by Thanos and his Black Order, bringing Falcon and his allies out of hiding. Learning that Thanos intended to steal the Mind Stone from Vision, Falcon joined the Avengers in taking Vision to Wakanda for his protection, while they had then tried to keep Thanos’ forces back. However, they were eventually defeated as Thanos claimed the Infinity Stones and used them to cause the Snap, killing trillions including Falcon. Eventually, that Snap was undone by the surviving Avengers, as Falcon rejoined their battles against Thanos, as they finally defeated him at the cost of Tony Stark’s life. In the aftermath of the battle, Falcon learned that Captain America returned to the past and had lived a full life with Peggy Carter, and seeing him return as an old man, was given the shield by Rogers.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Falcon (Sam Wilson)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

Falcon (Sam Wilson)

Avengers: Endgame (2019) – Global Genocide

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 5.4 – Scarlet Witch

SCARLET WITCH
(WANDA MAXIMOFF)


 

Wanda Maximoff, also known as Scarlet Witch, is a native of Sokovia who grew up with her fraternal twin brother, Pietro. Born with the latent magical ability to harness Chaos Magic, she developed a hatred against Tony Stark and rallied anti-American protests after the Novi Grad Bombings, which killed her parents. Years later, in an effort to help purge their country of strife, the twins joined HYDRA and agreed to undergo experiments with the Scepter under the supervision of Wolfgang von Strucker, amplifying her abilities. While her brother developed super-speed, Wanda attained various psionic abilities. When HYDRA fell, the twins joined Ultron to get their revenge on Stark, but abandoned him when they discovered Ultron’s true intentions to destroy Earth. Wanda and Pietro joined the Avengers during the Battle of Sokovia to stop Ultron; Pietro was killed during the battle but Wanda survived, and shortly after moved to the United States.

During the Avengers Civil War, she sided with Captain America and was briefly imprisoned on the Raft before Rogers freed her alongside his teammates. Over the next two years, Maximoff reunited and reconciled with Vision, and together the two started living off the grid in Europe, forming a romantic relationship. However, the two soon came under threat from Thanos and the Black Order, who sought the Mind Stone. After being ambushed by the Order, they sought refuge in Wakanda with the remaining Avengers. Maximoff took part in the city’s defense when the Order invaded the city; she died in the Snap after Thanos completed the Infinity Gauntlet. After the effects of the Snap were undone in 2023, Maximoff was among the many heroes who fought during the Battle of Earth, defeating Thanos and his armies.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff)

Avengers: Endgame (2019) – Global Genocide

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 5.3 – Groot

GROOT
(GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY)


 

Groot is a Flora colossus and the accomplice of Rocket Raccoon. Together, the pair had traveled the galaxy picking up bounties until they met Star-Lord and Gamora just before the four of them were captured and put into the Kyln, where they also met Drax the Destroyer. There, they agreed to work together to escape and sell the Orb for a massive profit. However, when it was discovered that the Orb contained one of the Infinity Stones which was being sought out by Ronan the Accuser, Groot convinced his friends to risk everything to stop Ronan’s diabolical plans. During the Battle of Xandar, Groot sacrificed his own life to save his new friends. However, part of his destroyed body was planted by Rocket to birth a new Groot, as they joined the Guardians of the Galaxy.

As the new Groot began to grow, he stayed with the Guardians and endeavored with them on many adventures. They were soon hired by the Sovereign to destroy an Abilisk, but they were then targeted by their former employers due to Rocket who double-crossed them. During the escape, they had met Peter Quill’s father Ego while Groot and Rocket, along with Yondu Udonta, were captured by Taserface’s faction of the Ravagers, but Groot was able to help them all escape. Groot then joined his allies and assisted them in destroying Ego and saving all his friends, but Udonta lost his life. Over the next four years, Groot continued to grow and started exhibiting the personality of an adolescent.

Both Groot and Rocket then left the Guardians temporarily to accompany Thor to Nidavellir in order to help his mission to stop Thanos from completing the Infinity Gauntlet. After they had helped Thor obtain his weapon, Stormbreaker, Groot and Rocket traveled to Earth using the Bifrost Bridge and joined the Battle of Wakanda. Groot fought alongside Captain America and attempted to attack Thanos; however, when the Mad Titan amassed all six of the Infinity Stones, he succeeded in eliminating fifty percent of the universe’s population, which resulted in Groot’s death.

Five years later, the Avengers managed to resurrect the victims of the Snap, restoring Groot. Alongside Winter Soldier, he left Wakanda through an Inter-Dimensional Portal and joined the Battle of Earth. In the aftermath of the battle, Groot attended Tony Stark’s funeral and rejoined the Guardians, now including Thor, on their adventures.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Groot (Guardians Of The Galaxy)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

Avengers: Endgame (2019) – Global Genocide

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 5.2 – Black Panther

BLACK PANTHER
(KING T’CHALLA)


 

T’Challa is the King of Wakanda and the eldest child of T’Chaka and Ramonda. As the Wakandan monarch, he became the holder of the Black Panther mantle. Following the death of his father in the bombing attack orchestrated by Helmut Zemo, T’Challa had set out to kill the Winter Soldier, who was widely believed to be responsible for the attack. During his attempt to find the Winter Soldier, Black Panther had joined a Civil War between the Avengers, where he sided with Iron Man. However, Black Panther eventually learned that Zemo was really the one who had been responsible for his father’s demise, as he captured Zemo, handing him over to Everett Ross, while he also vowed never to allow desires of vengeance to consume him again.

Upon returning into Wakanda, T’Challa was officially crowned King, before he attempted to track down Ulysses Klaue, who had resurfaced after several years. However, T’Challa failed to capture Klaue and instead was forced to bring Everett Ross to the city to save his life. T’Challa’s leadership was challenged when Erik Killmonger came into Wakanda, having killed Klaue and challenged T’Challa for their throne, as Killmonger bested T’Challa in a duel and took the crown. However, T’Challa had survived the duel and, with the help of M’Baku and his family, returned to Wakanda where he defeated Killmonger. Following the conflict, T’Challa returned to the United Nations as he had shared Wakanda’s secret wealth with the rest of the world.

Black Panther was then called upon by the Avengers, as they had uncovered Thanos plan to claim all six Infinity Stones and wipe out half of all life in the universe. T’Challa agreed to allow the Avengers to keep Vision in the city, where Shuri could remove the Mind Stone. However, Wakanda was then invaded by Thanos’ forces, as Black Panther had led his army against Thanos and the Black Order, only for them to be overpowered as Thanos completed his goal and then wiped out half of life, killing Black Panther as a result. However, Black Panther was resurrected five years later by Hulk, as he then joined the Avengers in a final battle against an alternate Thanos, finally defeating the Mad Titan, although Tony Stark sacrificed his life for victory.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Black Panther (King T’Challa)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

Black Panther (King T’Challa)

Avengers: Endgame (2019) – Global Genocide

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 5.1 – Winter Soldier

WINTER SOLDIER
(BUCKY BARNES)


 

Sergeant James Buchanan “Bucky” Barnes is a World War II veteran, a former officer of the 107th Infantry Regiment and best friend of Steve Rogers since childhood. Barnes enlisted in the army and assigned into the 107th in 1943. His regiment was captured by HYDRA, where Barnes was given a variant of the Super Soldier Serum by Arnim Zola. Barnes, along with whoever still remained from his regiment, were later rescued by Rogers, who had become Captain America during Barnes’ absence. Upon joining forces with the continuing war, Barnes and Rogers formed their Howling Commandos, to battle Red Skull’s forces. However, during their attempt to finally capture Zola, in the Austrian Alps, Barnes was caught in their ambush and plummeted hundreds of feet from a train. As no body was ever recovered, Barnes had then been presumed deceased.

Unbeknownst to his team, Barnes’ enhanced abilities allowed him to survive the fall, albeit with the loss of his left arm. Once he was found by the Soviet Union and HYDRA, Barnes was subsequently brainwashed and armed with a new cybernetic limb in order to become their operative, known as the Winter Soldier. Over the next fifty years, he would eliminate anyone who posed any threat to HYDRA, including Howard Stark and his wife, Maria. Between all these assassination missions, the Winter Soldier would be put into a cryogenic stasis to ensure his longevity. In 2014, the Winter Soldier had been ordered by Alexander Pierce to assassinate Nick Fury, in order to ensure that all Pierce’s schemes with Project Insight could go ahead. However, the Winter Soldier was challenged by Steve Rogers, which had triggered him to begin remembering his prior life.

In the wake of their Battle at the Triskelion, Barnes, free from his brainwashing, deserted HYDRA in order to remember his past and end his long, violent history. Two years later, Barnes was then framed for the Bombing of the Vienna International Centre, which claimed the life of T’Chaka, among many other innocent lives. While Black Panther sought his revenge for his father’s death, Barnes had been repeatedly saved by Captain America, which sparked the Avengers Civil War as a team of Avengers led by Iron Man was sent to capture him. However, they eventually learned that Helmut Zemo framed Barnes and reactivated his brainwashing, so that Zemo could reveal that Barnes had murdered Stark’s parents years ago. Having just survived Stark’s revenge attempt, Barnes was given amnesty in Wakanda by T’Challa and was placed in cryostasis, until all HYDRA’s control triggers could be removed from his mind.

Barnes was eventually freed of his brainwashing by the efforts of Shuri. However, as Thanos had attempted to kill Vision for the Mind Stone, Barnes returned to combat to stop the Mad Titan’s plans, receiving his new vibranium arm. Barnes joined T’Challa and the Avengers to help fight off the threat, only for Thanos to defeat them and assemble all of the Infinity Stones. Barnes was subsequently disintegrated as Thanos eliminated half of all life in the universe. In 2023, Barnes was resurrected by Hulk, as he had then participated in the final battle against Thanos’ forces. In the aftermath of the battle, he attended the funeral of Stark with all the other heroes. Later on Barnes bid Rogers farewell, knowing of his true intention to travel back to the 1940s in order to live with Peggy Carter. Barnes was then present to witness Rogers, as a much older man, return home in order to then choose Sam Wilson to pass the shield onto.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Winter Soldier (Bucky Barnes)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

Winter Soldier (Bucky Barnes)

Avengers: Endgame (2019) – Global Genocide

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 5 – Avengers: Endgame (2019)

PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING
(Hollywood Foreshadowing)


 

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

AVENGERS: ENDGAME (2019)
(Predictive Programming)


 

Avengers: Endgame is a 2019 superhero film, based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name. The film is a sequel to The Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Avengers: Infinity War and a crossover/sequel to Ant-Man and the Wasp and Captain Marvel. It is the twenty-second film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the Infinity Saga, as well as the tenth film of Phase Three. The film was released in the United States on April 26, 2019 and re-released under the title Avengers: Endgame – With Bonus Content on June 28, 2019.

The film is directed by Joe Russo and Anthony Russo and stars Robert Downey, Jr. as Tony Stark/Iron Man, Chris Evans as Steve Rogers/Captain America, Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner/Hulk, Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow, Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton/Hawkeye/Ronin, Don Cheadle as James Rhodes/War Machine, Paul Rudd as Scott Lang/Ant-Man, Brie Larson as Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel, Karen Gillan as Nebula, Danai Gurira as Okoye, Bradley Cooper as Rocket Raccoon, and Josh Brolin as Thanos.

Production


 

On October 28, 2014, the film was announced as Avengers: Infinity War – Part II, while the third Avengers film was titled Avengers: Infinity War – Part I.

However, in June 2016, both films were renamed. The third film title was shortened to Avengers: Infinity War and the fourth film was simply the Untitled Avengers film. Anthony and Joe Russo explain this rename as “the movies are two very different movies”, so “it is misleading.”

Avengers: Endgame (2019) – Trailer

PLOT SUMMARY


 

Hawkeye is at his homestead with his daughter Lila Barton. He trains her in archery, and she scores a bullseye. He congratulates her success and her efforts. Nearby, his wife Laura Barton prepares a picnic while their two sons, Nathaniel and Cooper, play catch. Clint turns his attention away from his daughter, to respond to his wife. When he looks back to Lila, she is gone. Surprised and visibly startled, he calls out to his other family members, but they too have vanished; as victims of Thanos’s deadly Snap.

Three weeks later, Tony Stark and Nebula are adrift in space, aboard the Benatar. Nearly out of supplies, Stark uses the helmet from the Iron Man Armor: Mark L to chronicle their possible final days. He falls asleep so Nebula places him in the pilot’s seat and exits. Captain Marvel comes and carries the ship back to the New Avengers Facility on Earth.

Now inside the facility, Stark is reunited with Potts and the four surviving Avengers: Captain America, Natasha Romanoff (Black Widow), James Rhodes, and Bruce Banner. Stark sadly tells Rogers that he lost Peter Parker. Rocket Raccoon sees Nebula alone and realizes that all his friends are also gone. The two sit together and hold hands in silent grief. Rogers asks Stark if he has any clues as to where Thanos is. Tony then erupts into a furious tirade concerning Ultron and their civil war. He continues to rant that if they had stood together, they may have been able to defeat Thanos, and questions the Avengers’ reputation of doing their best work only after the worst has already come to pass. After this outburst, he faints, exhausted and emaciated from his trip through space. Stark is given a sedative that will put him out for a while, giving him time to heal.

Returning to the topic of finding Thanos, Danvers proposes that they go after him right away. However, the rest of the team is not so easily convinced of the idea. Rogers tells her they don’t even know where he is, but Danvers says she knows some people who might. Nebula says there is no need because she knows where Thanos is, referencing The Garden that Thanos had planned to retreat to after achieving his goal of the Snap. Based on her information, Rocket pulls up a 3-D diagram of its location and states that when Thanos used the stones on Earth, it let out a large burst of energy. The same signature appeared two days ago on the planet Thanos is on, indicating that he has used the stones again.

With this new information, the team of Avengers set out to confront Thanos and retrieve the Infinity Stones in hopes of bringing half the universe’s population back, leaving Stark behind. They all get aboard the Benatar and plot a course through the Universal Neural Teleportation Network to the Garden. Successfully tracking the signal to Thanos’ farm in the Garden, Danvers first heads onto the planet to do recon, only to find that the planet is undefended and Thanos is alone and unguarded; with no armada, ships, or guards.

In his simple hut, Thanos goes about his daily routine; however, he is visibly crippled with horrific burns on the left side of his body from extreme use of the Stones. Danvers suddenly bursts into the hut, surprising Thanos and pinning him down with assistance from Rhodes and Banner, after which Thor severs Thanos’ left arm and Gauntlet completely with Stormbreaker. To the Avengers’ surprise and dismay, the gauntlet does not contain any of the Stones.

Upon interrogation, Thanos explains that the Stones would have offered “nothing but a temptation” if he kept them. After completing his goal, he deemed the Stones had served their purpose and thus he used their energies to reduce them to atoms so that what he did could never be reversed. The Avengers accuse him of lying, to which Nebula responds that while her father was many things, a liar isn’t one of those things. A surprised Thanos thanks his adoptive daughter for believing him and expresses regret for torturing her but a furious Thor decapitates Thanos before he can finish, leaving Nebula to mourn her adoptive father at his side. When Rocket asks what he has done, Thor replies that this time, he “went for the head,” referencing Thanos’ scornful remark on his failure to kill him in the Infinity War which ultimately led to the Snap. The disheartened Avengers then depart the Garden, having realized that there is nothing they can do to bring back the disintegrated.

Five years later, Earth’s remaining population has attempted to persevere against catastrophic losses. The massive genocide has traumatized the world and has stagnated much of their progress, with the path to recovery remaining slow. Rogers now participates in and/or runs a support group for citizens of New York City who are trying to cope with surviving the Snap and their losses.

In a U-STORE-It Self Storage facility in San Francisco, a rat accidentally activates the Quantum Tunnel in Luis’ Van, which had been impounded after the Snap, finally pulling Scott Lang out of the Quantum Realm. Disoriented and confused, Lang (who believes he was only gone for five hours) wanders through a post-Snap San Francisco. Deducing that something terrible must have happened, he comes across the Wall of the Vanished, a memorial site listing the names of those lost in the Snap. He frantically scans the names, hoping that he doesn’t find his daughter’s. Relief gives way to bewilderment as he doesn’t find her name, but instead his own. Arriving at Cassie’s home, he is shocked when he is greeted by his daughter, now a teenager, and the two reunite in a tearful, joyful reunion and hug. After realizing that Hope van Dyne, Hank Pym, and Janet van Dyne were among the vanished, Lang travels to the New Avengers Facility in New York with Luis’ Van.

At the New Avengers Facility, Romanoff, now the leader of the Avengers, is concluding a meeting with Nebula, Okoye, Danvers, Rocket, and Rhodes, regarding the continued repercussions of the Snap throughout the universe. Following the dismissal, Rhodes remains behind to give a status update regarding his former teammate and her friend, Clint Barton, who has become a vigilante known as Ronin following the disintegration of his family. Rhodes suspects Barton is responsible for the deaths of multiple Mexican Cartel members, which upsets Romanoff. Despite his apprehension, Romanoff pleads with Rhodes to continue tracking Barton. Rogers enters the room and the two console each other, admitting that while they’ve now devoted their lives to helping others move on from what happened, neither of them ever can. The gloomy mood is interrupted when Lang arrives at the compound. While initially skeptical, the two realize that Lang indeed survived the Snap and welcome him into the facility. Upon arrival, he is greeted by Romanoff and Rogers, his idol, and the three begin discussing the means of his survival where Lang explains his own experience in the Quantum Realm and how they might use it to undo the events of the Snap. The trio, with limited knowledge about the Quantum Realm and time travel, seek out Stark, who is living in a simple cabin with Pepper and their young daughter Morgan, now feeling a sense of peace despite the fallout of the Snap and the weight of being unable to prevent it five years earlier.

At his lakeside home, Stark is enjoying quality time with his daughter when Rogers, Romanoff, and Lang arrive. Stark immediately understands the nature of their visit but still questions their inquiry. When Lang proposes the idea of a Time Heist, Stark reluctantly turns down the offer, fearing that altering the past could erase their very existence as it stands, and expressing concern for the endangered existence of his daughter should their plan fail. Stark explains his desire to put the past behind him and tells them he’s finished with the Avengers. Not wanting to give up, Rogers, Romanoff, and Lang leave and meet with Bruce Banner, the only other Avenger as smart as Tony, at a diner. After the Snap, and both Hulk’s and Banner’s defeat at the hands of Thanos, Banner restarted his research into Gamma Radiation and used it to morph his body to have the appearance and strength of the Hulk while retaining the intelligence and control of Banner; the development worked wonders for the Hulk’s image as an Avenger as people no longer came to fear him and now idolizes him. After being told of the remaining Avengers’ plans to retrieve the Stones from the past, Banner doubts that he can succeed in the time travel project, as quantum physics is outside his area of expertise, but ultimately agrees to help them try.

While Tony is washing dishes he accidentally gets a picture of his dad wet, and then comes across a picture of himself and Peter Parker. Being reminded of how he lost him in the Snap five years before and how he felt like Peter’s death was on him, he uses F.R.I.D.A.Y. to simulate models for time travel in the Quantum Realm. Despite expecting and hoping not to fail, he succeeds just before giving up, much to his shock, by using an inverted Möbius strip model. After having done so, he discusses with Pepper the morality of time travel and about what he should do with his latest discovery: whether he should lock it up in a box and throw it into the bottom of a lake or whether he should take it to the remaining Avengers. He feels that he and Pepper were lucky that they were both spared and now have made an amazing life together, but he can’t deny that everyone around them has suffered unimaginable horrors and should be helped. Pepper asks Tony if he could live with his conscience if he kept the secret to himself, and this convinces him to return to the Avengers.

At the New Avengers Facility, Banner, Rogers, and Romanoff run an experiment with time travel by trying to send Lang back in time. Instead of sending him through time, they send time through him: he turns into a child, an old man, and finally a baby before they manage to restore him to normal. Rogers leaves the room, contemplating outside of the building about what to do next. Stark arrives to extend his helping hand and asks if the whole team is getting back together. Rogers told him they’re still working on gathering everyone who’s available. Tony tells Rogers that he’s agreeing to help on the condition that trying to reverse what Thanos did won’t reset what has happened since, as he doesn’t want to lose his daughter. Rogers agrees that’s how it should be. The two men finally put aside their differences, and Stark returns Rogers’ shield.

Nebula and Rocket arrive in the Benatar and Rhodes flies in with his suit. Scott, eating outside, sees his taco destroyed in the wind from the Benatar’s landing. Banner and Rocket travel to New Asgard in Tønsberg, Norway which is now home to the few Asgardians who are left, but not before Banner offers Scott a new taco. They meet Valkyrie, who now works on the fishing docks, and she reveals Thor is not doing well. He is revealed to be depressed following his failure to the point that he has spent 5 years as an alcoholic drunk hermit who never leads the remaining Asgardians, which cost Thor a considerable amount of his power, made him overweight, and spends much of his time playing Fortnite with Korg and Miek. Although Thor tries to put on a carefree attitude, he nearly breaks down upon Thanos’ name being mentioned by Banner. When it seems as if an appeal to emotion will not work on Thor, Banner and Rocket convince Thor to come with them by promising him a beer.

Meanwhile, in Tokyo, Barton attacks a group of Japanese Yakuza members and dispatches them one by one, including their boss, Akihiko. Romanoff, watching the scene, approaches Barton in an attempt to bring him back to the Avengers. At first, Barton wants nothing to do with the plan, tearfully begging Romanoff to not give him any hope that his family could return. But after some convincing by Romanoff, Barton returns to the Avengers’ headquarters with her.

At the Avengers Facility, Banner and Stark have completed the construction of their own Quantum Tunnel and Advanced Tech Suit, preparing for test runs. Rhodes argues the suggestion of traveling back in time to kill ‘baby Thanos’ to which Banner explains that altering events in the past will not alter the present but will instead create an alternate universe; leaving the only feasible course of action of acquiring the Infinity Stones to restore everyone in the present time. Believing himself to be expendable, Barton volunteers for the first time travel test and is transported to a time period on his farm before the Snap. With disbelief and hope, he calls out to his daughter but is brought back to the present before she sees him. With the test proven a success, the Avengers proceed with the next phase of preparation: determining the location of each Infinity Stone in the past. This presents a challenge: as they possess a scarce supply of Pym Particles to operate with and no means of replenishing them because Hank Pym perished in the Snap, they only have enough for one round-trip each.

As the team discusses their past encounters with the Infinity Stones, they manage to recall the placement of each Infinity Stone in time. Fortunately, they realize the Time, Space, and Mind Stones were all present in 2012 New York City, in relatively close proximity with each other, following the Battle of New York. However, the other three Stones were only accessible to them in different places and times, with the Reality Stone being present on Asgard in 2013 (as explained to the remaining Avengers by Thor), and the Soul and Power Stones being present in 2014 on Vormir and Morag respectively. With their targets located, the Avengers split into three separate teams: Thor and Rocket to Asgard; Nebula and War Machine to Morag; Romanoff and Barton to Vormir; and Rogers, Stark, Banner, and Lang to New York.

Theatrical Poster (2019)

In 2012 New York City, the team of Banner, Lang, Rogers, and Stark review their mission objectives and disperse. Banner heads over to the New York Sanctum where he encounters the Ancient One, who explains to Banner that Doctor Strange is not yet the Sorcerer Supreme in that time period and won’t be for several years. Banner tries to persuade her to give him the Eye of Agamotto with the Time Stone, but his initial attempt fails, with the Ancient One sending Banner’s astral form out of his body to protect the Stone. The Ancient One then educates Banner on the effects the Infinity Stones have on reality and possible ramifications that may result from the loss of just one. Though Banner makes a compelling argument, she is not convinced until he reveals that Strange willingly relinquished the Time Stone to Thanos, much to her surprise as she begins to realize that Strange’s actions were part of a bigger plan. The Ancient One loans Banner the Time Stone and he promises to return it and the others once they’ve finished with them, before departing to rendezvous with the other Avengers.

Meanwhile, Stark and Lang infiltrate Stark Tower in the aftermath of the Battle of New York. After watching Loki’s arrest, Stark departs in the Iron Man Armor: Mark LXXXV to the lobby area, carrying Lang. Lang plants himself onto Stark’s 2012 counterpart who is transporting the Tesseract. However, the past Avengers are confronted by Alexander Pierce who wants to take the Tesseract from past Stark. Lang causes a distraction by interfering with the 2012 version of Stark’s Arc Reactor and sending 2012 Stark into cardiac arrest, allowing a disguised 2023 Stark to secure the Tesseract and put it into his briefcase. Seemingly successful, 2023 Stark attempts to exit the area, but the 2012 version of Hulk bursts into the lobby from the stairwell in rage, causing Stark to drop the Tesseract. In the confusion, Loki manages to retrieve the Tesseract and use its power to escape captivity.

Meanwhile, A S.H.I.E.L.D. STRIKE team comprised of undercover HYDRA agents are taking Loki’s Scepter with the Mind Stone to Dr. List, while Rogers sets out to retrieve it. Brock Rumlow, Jasper Sitwell, Jack Rollins and other undercover agents of HYDRA are transporting the Scepter by elevator. Rogers enters the elevator and presents the ruse that he has been ordered to take the Scepter, drawing suspicion from Rumlow and Sitwell, who doubt that Pierce has allowed a man outside of HYDRA to carry the weapon. Knowing that this will clear their suspicions, Rogers mutters, “Hail HYDRA,” earning their trust and acquiring the Scepter. After getting the Scepter, Rogers, to his frustration, encounters his 2012 counterpart who mistakes him for Loki in disguise. The two begin to fight and 2012 Rogers gains the upper hand. Desperate, Present Rogers reveals to his past self that 2012 Bucky Barnes is still alive, much to the surprise of 2012 Rogers. Present Rogers uses the opportunity to reclaim the Scepter, which he uses to render his past self unconscious and escape.

The team of Lang, Rogers, and Stark regroup as Stark and Lang admit they botched their mission and there’s no way to find the Tesseract now. However, Tony realizes that he can find a place and time where he can retrieve not just the Tesseract, but additional Pym Particles that they can use to return home. Scott is given the Scepter to return to the present while Stark and Rogers travel to Camp Lehigh in 1970.

Meanwhile, Thor and Rocket travel to 2013 Asgard. The pair are able to locate Jane Foster and set out to use a device to extract the Aether from her body. Thor, however, gets distracted at seeing his mother, knowing that she will die later that day. He then abandons Rocket to go get some mead but is caught by Frigga, who is fully aware that he is from the future. Thor breaks drown upon seeing his mother alive again and attempts to let her know of her future death, but she refuses to listen, insisting that Thor fix his own future rather than hers. Upon Rocket’s retrieval of the Reality Stone and subsequent chase from Einherjar guards, Rocket interrupts Thor’s talk with his mother, but he takes the chance to reclaim Mjølnir and say one final goodbye to his mother before he and Rocket return to the present.

Meanwhile, Rhodes, Nebula, Romanoff, and Clint time jump to 2014 Morag. Romanoff and Clint use the Benatar to travel to Vormir. Nebula and Rhodes go inside the Temple Vault and watch Star-Lord dance, both remarking on what a carefree idiot Quill was before knocking him out. They use his tools to break into the Vault and Nebula takes the Power Stone at the cost of her prosthetic arm being damaged. However, somewhere else in the universe aboard the Sanctuary II, the 2014 version of Thanos announces that Ronan the Accuser has found the location of the Power Stone; this information is shared with the 2014 versions of Gamora and Nebula when suddenly, the system in the 2014 version of Nebula starts interfacing with her 2023 self. Although present Nebula is unaware, the 2014 version of Nebula broadcasts her future self’s visual feed. Thanos has his adoptive daughter examined by Ebony Maw and sees through footage from the future that he succeeds in his goals and the Snap, and after watching his decapitation at the hands of Thor in 2018, considers it “destiny fulfilled.” The 2014 version of Nebula swears her loyalty to her father despite her seeming betrayal in the future, and Thanos decides to use her to achieve his goals quicker than he ever thought. A malfunctioning 2023 version of Nebula is stuck in 2014 while Rhodes travels back to the present time. 2023 Nebula is then found by the 2014 versions of Thanos and Nebula, who uses the present Nebula’s time-traveling device to travel forward in time and impersonate her future self.

Meanwhile, Rogers and Stark arrive in 1970 as the Watcher Informant drives by, currently posing as a hippie. Rogers and Stark split up to locate the Pym Particles and find the Tesseract. Tony goes into the basement to look for the Tesseract in storage but is stunned when he runs into his dad Howard Stark, who is looking for Arnim Zola. He then gets to talk to his dad about his own birth, which is expected later the next month. Stark sees his father in a new light and, now a father himself, understands what he went through raising him. He manages to indirectly thank Howard for everything while maintaining his hidden identity. Rogers uses a distraction phone call to coerce Hank Pym into leaving his lab while he sneaks in and grabs the Pym Particles. On his way back, Rogers has to hide in an office, which turns out to be the office of Peggy Carter. He briefly reflects on the life he could have had with Carter and spots a photo of himself on her desk. He makes the rendezvous with Stark, who successfully obtained the Space Stone, and returns to the present.

Meanwhile, Romanoff and Barton are greeted on Vormir by Red Skull. Once they are informed of the sacrifice they have to make, the two argue over who should die for the Soul Stone and each forcibly attempt to stop the other. Both are ready to sacrifice themselves for the other as they both try to throw themselves off the cliff. Although Barton makes the jump, Romanoff saves him using her grappling hook and ends up hanging by his hand. Romanoff pleads with Barton to let her go, and despite Barton’s refusal, forcibly lets go of his hand and falls to her death. A devastated Barton claims the Soul Stone and returns to the present without Romanoff.

The team returns to the New Avengers Facility in 2023 with all six Infinity Stones. They immediately notice the absence of Romanoff and Barton informs them of her death. The remaining Avengers take a moment by the lake to mourn her death before proceeding with their plan to use the Stones to not let Romanoff’s sacrifice be in vain. Stark, with help from Banner and Rocket, creates a Nano Gauntlet to harness the stones, and Rocket starts a debate over who should use it. Thor insists upon being the one to wield it, claiming to be the strongest, but the others argue that using the gauntlet at full power channels more power than he’s capable of safely handling both as a human and in his poor physical condition. Ultimately, Banner realizes that his physical form and relationship with gamma radiation make him the only safe candidate to use to the gauntlet. Banner puts the gauntlet on and it causes him intense pain as the energy from the stones surges through him. While several want him to take the gauntlet off, Rogers confirms that Banner is capable of continuing and Banner, despite great pain and difficulty, manages to put his fingers together and snap seconds later. As Banner collapses to the ground unconscious, Stark cools his scorched arm down as Ant-Man notices several birds seemingly appear outdoors out of nowhere, and Hawkeye receives a call from his wife, indicating that Hulk successfully reversed the Snap.

Just then, the 2014 version of Nebula activates the Quantum Tunnel to allow passage for Thanos’ ship, the Sanctuary II, which carries an armada. Thanos opens fire on the facility, destroying the buildings. The 2014 version of Nebula returns to her father, who entrusts her with retrieving the stones while he waits for the Avengers. Back onboard the Sanctuary II, Gamora asks the future Nebula what happened between them. Nebula admits that she was determined to kill Gamora more than once, but the two eventually formed a bond as sisters and became friends. Gamora, who always had reservations about her commitment to Thanos, finally turns on him and frees present Nebula.

In the aftermath of the attack, the Avengers are separated. Thor, Rogers, and Stark are near the top of the rubble, so they decide to attack Thanos on their own. Barton finds the gauntlet deep in the wreckage and protects it from the Outriders. The 2014 version of Nebula returns in disguise and he hands over the gauntlet, but before she can kill him, Gamora and present Nebula intercept her. They attempt to convince her to leave Thanos, but she refuses, and present Nebula is forced to kill her past self.

Thor, Rogers, and Stark confront Thanos head-on, who admits that their actions have proven to him that his plan to wipe out half the universe was flawed, as the survivors were too busy dwelling on what was lost and trying to reverse it to make the most of the ‘opportunity’ they were given. Instead, Thanos now intends to wipe out this universe and then rebuild it in his own image, with no one having any knowledge about what came before.

Despite their advantage in numbers and incredible abilities, Thor, Rogers, and Stark found themselves overwhelmed by Thanos’s own extraordinary power and combat prowess as he defeats Captain America and Iron Man and soon manages to pin Thor down and prepares to kill him with Stormbreaker. However, before he could completely overpower Thor, Mjølnir hits him, and travels to Rogers’ hand, with Captain America being another person other than Thor who is capable of wielding Mjølnir and being worthy enough to do so. Despite a valiant effort, Thanos subdues Rogers and breaks his shield. Thanos taunts Rogers with the notion that, although his intentions were never personal, he will take pleasure in destroying the Earth, and the Black Order descends from their ship with their armies of Chitauri, Outriders, and Sakaarans. With his shield broken and Mjølnir out of reach, a battle-weary Rogers prepares to make his last stand against Thanos and his massive army.

Just when all hope seems lost, Sling Ring portals open, transporting the previously fallen heroes, including Black Panther, Falcon, Doctor Strange, Wong, Shuri, Scarlet Witch, Spider-Man, Drax, Groot, Wasp, Star-Lord, Mantis, and Winter Soldier. Pepper Potts joins the fight in her own armored suit along with Valkyrie, Okoye, Korg, and Miek. Banner, Lang, Rhodes, and Rocket return from underground with Lang transforming into Giant-Man. These heroes lead the forces of the Masters of the Mystic Arts, Dora Milaje, the Wakandan Armies, Ravagers, and the Asgardians in the Battle of Earth. Rogers, with a cry of “Avengers, Assemble!”, starts the Battle of Earth and the team tries to keep the Nano Gauntlet away from Thanos and his forces with the objective of sending the Infinity Stones back to their proper timelines. Stark reminds Strange about his earlier statement that out of over fourteen million timelines there was only one which ended with them defeating Thanos, asking if that’s the one they’re in now. Strange insists he can’t tell him, or it won’t happen.

Since the Quantum Tunnel had been destroyed along with the Avengers’ facility, their only alternative is to use the one housed in Luis’ van, which is deep behind enemy lines. Over the course of the battle, the Avengers’ forces managed to gain the upper hand. Scarlet Witch single-handedly overpowers Thanos in a furious display until he orders the Sanctuary II to fire upon the battlefield. This incapacitates Maximoff and destroys a dam, forcing Doctor Strange to hold back the water to keep it from flooding the battlefield. The Masters of the Mystic Arts generate shields to protect the forces of the Avengers. Spider-Man gains possession of the gauntlet and is taken to relative safety. Carol Danvers arrives from space and destroys the Sanctuary II, leaving only the ground forces.

Captain Marvel takes the gauntlet from Spider-Man and tries to fly it to the Quantum Tunnel. Just within reach of her goal, Thanos destroys the van with his sword. Thor, Captain America, and Iron Man once again challenge Thanos to stop him but he instantly overpowers Iron Man and despite Thor and Captain America nearly managing to kill Thanos, they are ultimately overpowered as Thanos evades their close effort to push Stormbreaker into his head to decapitate him as Thor did before. Captain Marvel briefly overwhelms Thanos but Thanos is able to throw her aside and finally secures the gauntlet for himself. He puts it on and momentarily wields the power of the combined Infinity Stones but before he can snap his fingers to wipe out the universe, Captain Marvel holds his Gauntlet hand back and is able to overpower him only for Thanos to turn the tides using the Power Stone to incapacitate Danvers. Strange looks at Tony and reminds him of their earlier discussion of the odds, holding up his finger to signal that there is only one way to stop Thanos. As Thanos tries again to activate the Infinity Stones and with all other Avengers being either busy or beaten, Stark leaps at Thanos and attempts to disarm him of the Nano Gauntlet in a brief struggle before being thrown off. The Mad Titan revels in his supposed victory and declares “I am… inevitable,” echoing what his 2018 self said before his death, before snapping his fingers, but nothing happens. Thanos, to his shock, realizes the Infinity Stones are missing and he turns his attention to Stark, who is now in possession of the stones. Stark uses his nanotech suit to form a new gauntlet around them.

After wielding the power of the six Infinity Stones and victoriously declaring “And I…am…Iron Man,” Tony snaps his fingers. In shock and horror, Thanos watches as his entire army turns to dust. He accepts defeat before he finally turns to dust as well, suffering the same fate his victims endured five years prior. Stark however is mortally wounded from his use of the Infinity Stones’ raw power. After sharing brief and silent goodbyes with Rhodes and Parker, Tony succumbs to his injuries and dies in peace after being comforted by Potts, who assures him that she and Morgan will be safe.

With the Blip successful and the universe restored, the heroes reunite with their families and friends. In Stark’s cabin, a goodbye message he recorded the night before the Time Heist plays to Stark’s family and close friends, finishing with the hologram of him looking right at to his daughter, Morgan, and saying that “[he loves her] 3000.” They proceed outside, where Potts casts a funeral wreath with Tony’s first Arc Reactor (which read “Proof that Tony Stark has a heart”, given to him as a gift from Potts) into the lake. The group is joined by other individuals close to Stark including Happy Hogan, Nick Fury, Maria Hill, Thaddeus Ross, May Parker, Hank Pym, Janet van Dyne, Hope van Dyne, the Guardians of the Galaxy, a delegation from Wakanda, remaining Avengers, and even Harley Keener, as they all recognize the sacrifice that Stark made to save them and the universe.

Barton and Maximoff comfort each other by the lake after the funeral, both suffering from their own losses of people close to them. Barton expresses that he wishes Romanoff could know that they won and her sacrifice didn’t go wasted. Maximoff assures him that she knows they did, as does Vision.

Thor then leaves behind New Asgard after making Valkyrie the new king and joins the Guardians of the Galaxy. On the Benatar, Star-Lord looks at star maps, scanning for Gamora’s 2014 self. Quill and Thor then have a quick argument about who is the leader of the group, as everyone else presumes Thor will be captain. Drax suggests they have a ritual knife fight to the death for the position, an idea that gets everyone else’s approval. Although Thor reassures them that Quill is still the captain, the sly look on his face indicates that he still believes otherwise.

Rogers volunteers to go back in time to return the Infinity Stones and Mjølnir to their proper places in time. He bids farewell to Barnes and Wilson with a slightly longer farewell than would be expected, despite Banner stating he should be back in five seconds. Rogers disappears as planned, but he does not return on the expected count of five. After a brief argument where Wilson angrily demands that Banner bring back Rogers, Barnes notices an elderly man sitting alone on a bench by the river, silencing Wilson’s concern. Wilson walks over and meets an aged version of Steve Rogers. Rogers tells him that after he returned the stones to their timelines, he decided to stay in the past and experience life. Wilson is shocked but accepts Rogers’ choice to hang up the shield, saddened that he will have to live in a world without Captain America. However, Rogers then passes his shield to Wilson.

Wilson is at first hesitant to take it, but Rogers tells him he should take it. As they shake hands, Wilson notices a ring on Rogers’ left hand and asks if he’ll tell him about her. Rogers simply responds, “No. No, I don’t think I will,” reminiscing upon a dance in the 1940s that he and Carter had in a suburban neighborhood home before sharing a kiss.

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Avengers: Endgame (2019) – Global Genocide

CORONA VIRUS STATISTICS IN THE USA
(to July 27, 2021):

California Deaths:

58,269

USA Total Deaths:

611,000+

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MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 4 – Captain Marvel (2019)

PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING
(Hollywood Foreshadowing)


 

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

CAPTAIN MARVEL (2019)
(Predictive Programming)


 

Captain Marvel is a 2019 superhero film, based on the Marvel Comics superheroine of the same name. It is the twenty-first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the ninth film of Phase Three. The film was released on March 8, 2019.

The film is directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck and stars Brie Larson as Carol Danvers/Vers/Captain Marvel, Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, Ben Mendelsohn as Talos, Djimon Hounsou as Korath, Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser, Lashana Lynch as Maria Rambeau, Gemma Chan as Minn-Erva, with Annette Bening as Mar-Vell and the Supreme Intelligence, with Clark Gregg as Phil Coulson, and Jude Law as Yon-Rogg.

A sequel, The Marvels, will be released on November 11, 2022.

Captain Marvel (2019) – Trailer

PLOT SUMMARY


 

For a long period of time, two alien races, the Kree and the Skrulls, have been in constant war with each other. Since the Kree are the ultimately superior species due to their technological advancements, the Skrulls have been numbered down significantly, to the brink of extinction. The Kree Empire continue to attempt to wipe the Skrulls from the face of the galaxy.

In 1995, in the height of the war, Vers resides on Hala. She has constant nightmares that haunt her, mainly consisting of an aircraft crash on a foreign peninsula, and watching a woman being murdered in front of her by an unknown Skrull assailant. She also remembers this as the earliest memory of when she gained her powers that allow her to shoot photon blasts out of her fists. Vers now trains with Yon-Rogg, aiming to become a member of Starforce. Although Yon-Rogg believes she is ready, the Supreme Intelligence, the artificial intelligence that rules the Kree Empire, figures otherwise but nonetheless allows Vers on the team, which consists of Minn-Erva, Korath, Bron-Char, and Att-Lass.

Yon-Rogg gives the Starforce a briefing, to rescue a Kree operative named Soh-Larr. Yon-Rogg informs the team that Soh-Larr has been captured on the planet Torfa. Yon-Rogg instructs the team to perform an incursion on the planet, so Vers and the rest of the Starforce land underwater and use their suits to reach the surface. Soon they realize that the Torfan natives are Skrulls, and that the mission was an ambush.

Vers is abducted by Skrull General Talos (disguised as Soh-Larr) who kidnaps her to a Skrull spacecraft, while the rest of the Starforce retreat. On the spacecraft, Talos gains access to Vers’ memories from various points in her life. Vers awakens just as Talos unlocks her memories, revealing that he wants information from her pertaining to a Light-Speed Engine. She orchestrates an escape, with Talos, Norex and two other Skrulls in pursuit, crash-landing to Planet C-53 (Earth).

Vers and the Skrulls crash in Los Angeles. While Talos and the Skrulls assume the role of surfers on a beach the next day, Vers crashes through the roof of a Blockbuster Video in the middle of a shopping plaza. After a brief communication with Yon-Rogg, learning she will be stranded on Earth for the next 22 hours, she attracts the attention of S.H.I.E.L.D. after a night-shift Los Angeles Police Department officer reports her in. Nick Fury and Phil Coulson led by Keller arrive at Los Angeles to interrogate Vers, dismissing her Kree authority and her claims that the Skrulls have arrived on Earth.

The interrogation is interrupted by one of the Skrulls: Vers gives chase to the Skrull on a subway train, but the Skrull evades her and escapes amid a crowd at a train station. Fury and Coulson give chase to Vers, but Fury realizes that Coulson was actually abandoned at the shopping complex, and the Coulson sitting passenger-side next to him is a second Skrull impostor. The two have a scuffle, and the Skrull is killed when their car crashes into oncoming traffic.

Vers utilizes a Skrull crystal containing her lost memories and begins recollecting them. She dresses in a civilian outfit she stole from a display and steals a motorcycle to drive to Pancho’s Bar in the nearby town of Rosamond. Fury and Keller, who at this point has been compromised by Talos, take possession of the deceased Skrull and while performing an autopsy, Keller authorizes Fury to work with Vers, and eventually hand her in S.H.I.E.L.D. custody. Fury finds Vers at the bar, and now fully convinced that the Skrulls are a threat, the two question each other to ensure that they are not Skrull impostors.

Fury takes her to the Joint Dark Energy Mission Facility in Nevada to confirm Vers’ claims of her origins on Earth. She learns that she was a fighter pilot for the United States Air Force alongside a fellow comrade, Maria Rambeau, both under the tutelage of Wendy Lawson for Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S.. Vers recognizes Lawson as the woman murdered in her dreams and later learns from Yon-Rogg that she was a Kree named Mar-Vell.

Fury reports their location to Keller and a posse of agents led by Keller arrive, including Coulson. Upon realizing that Keller had been compromised by Talos the whole time, Fury goes rogue with Vers; Coulson allows the two to escape. Motivated to seek answers from Rambeau, Fury, and Vers, accompanied by Goose, a cat who they encountered at the facility, hijack a Quadjet to the Rambeau Residence in New Orleans, Louisiana. Both Rambeau and her daughter Monica are surprised to see Vers still alive.

The two identify Vers as Carol Danvers, a fighter pilot who was seemingly killed with Lawson in a test flight gone awry. They also identify Goose as Lawson and Danvers’ pet. Talos and Norex arrive at the Rambeau Residence, only to negotiate a temporary alliance after Talos reveals that he was in possession of a black box from the plane crash. Talos reveals that Danvers has been deceived by the Kree and that the Skrulls are simply homeless refugees constantly on the run from the Kree, on the brink of extinction.

Theatrical Poster (2019)

Upon hearing the recording from the black box, Danvers finally recollects the memory of what happened: The assassination was orchestrated by none other than Yon-Rogg, who had uncovered Mar-Vell’s deception. Mar-Vell instructed Danvers to destroy the energy core powering the light-speed engine, but in an attempt to destroy it, Danvers gained cosmic abilities after absorbing the energy from the exploding engine. With no recollection of her memories, Yon-Rogg was authorized by the Supreme Intelligence to train her into becoming a Kree operative.

Talos confides in Danvers that Mar-Vell was actually a Kree double-agent who was attempting to help the Skrulls by testing the light-speed engine, which can help them flee Kree occupation forever, and that the black box and Danvers’ memories contained the coordinates to a former laboratory cloaked in Earth’s orbit that Mar-Vell had used, containing the last of the Skrull refugees as well as the energy core that powered the engine.

The next day, Yon-Rogg arrives on Earth to confront Danvers. He quickly realizes that the Danvers he was communicating with was Norex, and swiftly executes him upon learning of the laboratory orbiting Earth, and learning that the source of the energy core is the Tesseract. Danvers, Fury, Talos, Maria, and Goose take the Quadjet to the laboratory, and Talos is reunited with his wife and daughter.

Danvers finds the Tesseract, but the Starforce ambush them and place Danvers under stasis to confront the Supreme Intelligence. In a final conversation with the Supreme Intelligence, Danvers removes the inhibitor that has been limiting her full power potential and engages in an all-out battle with the Starforce. Fury realizes that Goose is actually a Flerken, and witnesses her abilities firsthand after she swallows the Tesseract and several Kree soldiers (echoing an earlier scene where Talos expressed fear of Flerkens and insisted that Goose was not a cat). In a battle for the Tesseract, Danvers overpowers Korath, Bron-Char and Att-Lass while the Skrulls escape on the Quadjet with Rambeau and Fury. In the process, Talos is shot by Yon-Rogg, rendering him inoperable to fight.

In a rage, Yon-Rogg authorizes Ronan and the Accusers to dispatch Kree Ballistic Missiles at Earth to kill Danvers and the Skrulls. Danvers destroys the missiles and one of the Kree warships, prompting the Accusers to retreat. Minn-Erva, the last operable Starforce member, intercepts the Quadjet to the Mojave Desert, but Rambeau shoots her down. Yon-Rogg arrives on Earth, and challenges Danvers to a duel, but she instantly incapacitates him with a photon blast, and sends him back to Hala with a warning for the Supreme Intelligence, declaring war.

In the aftermath, Goose claws and blinds Fury’s left eye while his guard is down. The Skrulls take temporary shelter at the Rambeau Residence, where Talos begins to recover from his injuries. Before Danvers departs Earth with the Skrulls to find them a new home, she hands Fury a modified Transmitter Pager to call her in the event of an emergency. While drafting the Protector Initiative, Fury, upon learning that Danvers’ call sign was “Avenger” during her time in the Air Force, renames it to the Avengers Initiative in her honor.

In a mid-credits scene set in 2018, after Fury’s death in the Snap, several of the remaining Avengers (Steve Rogers, Natasha Romanoff, Bruce Banner and James Rhodes) analyze Fury’s retrieved pager at the New Avengers Facility, but the pager suddenly shuts down. As the group discuss trying to find out who Fury was trying to contact, Danvers herself appears asking where he is. In a post-credits scene, Goose regurgitates the Tesseract on Nick Fury’s desk, while he wasn’t in his office.

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COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE FORESHADOWING

The Snap (Global Genocide)

Captain Marvel (2019) – Avengers Post-Credits Scene

CORONA VIRUS STATISTICS IN THE USA
(to July 27, 2021):

California Deaths:

58,269

USA Total Deaths:

611,000+

Click above to learn more about all the COVID-19 Vaccines.

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MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 3.3 – Wasp I

WASP I
(JANET VAN DYNE)


 

Janet van Dyne is the wife of Hank Pym and the mother of Hope van Dyne. She operated under the codename Wasp in S.H.I.E.L.D. until she sacrificed herself to disarm a Soviet ICBM bound for the United States in 1987, saving millions of lives but also becoming lost to the Quantum Realm.

After Scott Lang entered the Quantum Realm, van Dyne was able to send a message to him, causing him to notify her family. They then began working on a way to retrieve her from the Quantum Realm, something Pym had been desperately trying to do for some time, having been given hope that she was alive. Their ambitions succeeded, and she was freed from the Quantum Realm as an evolved human with superhuman powers, and she temporarily healed Ghost after reuniting with her family.

Van Dyne then worked with her family to send Lang into the Quantum Realm in order to fully heal Ghost. However, when Thanos snapped his fingers to erase half of all life in the universe, van Dyne, alongside her family were among those who died, leaving Lang trapped in the Quantum Realm. Fortunately, she was resurrected in 2023 by Hulk, along with every other living thing who had been eliminated during the Snap, and later attended Tony Stark’s funeral.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Wasp I (Janet Van Dyne)

Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018) – The Snap

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 3.2 – Ant-Man I

ANT-MAN I
(HANK PYM)


 

Doctor Henry Jonathan “Hank” Pym is an entomologist and physicist, who developed the Ant-Man Suit, after discovering the Pym Particles. For a time, he worked for S.H.I.E.L.D. as a consultant and became the original Ant-Man, fighting beside his own wife, Janet van Dyne, who had taken on the mantle of the Wasp, as they took on missions together, including one to capture his former ally, Elihas Starr. However, during a mission to stop a Soviet Union missile, Ant-Man witnessed the Wasp sacrificing herself to save millions of lives, as she had become trapped within the Quantum Realm, with seemingly no way to save her. Pym then changed directions and had founded Pym Technologies while also retiring as the Ant-Man, vowing never to use his invention again, turning his back on S.H.I.E.L.D. as he had found that Howard Stark and Mitchell Carson had tried to recreate his original designs for S.H.I.E.L.D.’s purposes.

Despite retiring from heroics for many years, Pym was forced into actions as he had learned that his former protege, Darren Cross, had recreated the Pym Particles and planned to use it to create the Yellowjacket Suits, which Cross would then sell to organizations such as HYDRA and the Ten Rings. Pym had then joined forces with his daughter, Hope van Dyne, as they recruited Scott Lang to use the Ant-Man Suit, and steal away the Yellowjacket designs from Cross. Despite some troubles to get Lang to master their technology, Pym’s plan eventually succeeded and Cross was defeated. However, during the final fight, Lang had found himself transported inside the Quantum Realm and successfully escaped, giving Pym a new hope that he could save his wife. Pym also gained a respect for his own daughter’s abilities, as he finally gave her a new Wasp Suit.

Pym and Hope van Dyne then spent three years developing a way to save Janet van Dyne from the Quantum Realm, while they were forced into hiding after a year due to the creation of the Sokovia Accords. Once Pym learned that Scott Lang was getting signals from the Quantum Realm, they brought him in to assist them, despite him being on his house arrest. Despite their plans being challenged by Ghost and Sonny Burch, who had sought to steal the Mobile Laboratory in order to gain the research for their own purposes, Pym had finally managed to succeed in rescuing his wife, as they reunited after thirty-one years. However, while they attempted to learn more about the Quantum Realm, Pym was killed by Thanos, with his wife and daughter, before they were all resurrected five years later, due to the actions of the Avengers, who had defeated Thanos.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Ant-Man I (Hank Pym)

Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018) – The Snap

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 3.1 – Wasp II

WASP II
(HOPE VAN DYNE)


 

Hope van Dyne is the daughter of Hank Pym and Janet van Dyne, and a former chairwoman of the board of Pym Technologies. When Darren Cross attempted to create and sell a new weapon based on her father’s Ant-Man Suit, van Dyne reunited with her father and, along with Scott Lang who succeeded Hank as Ant-Man, was able to defeat Cross. After these events, Pym found the possibility of saving his wife due to Lang’s first experience in the Quantum Realm, from which van Dyne was finally being offered by her father a suit that belonged to her mother, therefore taking on the name of Wasp.

Over the course of another year, van Dyne would train alongside Lang, while forming a romantic relationship with him, until she broke up because Lang’s actions during the Clash of the Avengers resulted in her and her father being wanted by the FBI. Two years later, van Dyne, Pym, and Lang successfully managed to retrieve her mother from the Quantum Realm and also faced Ava Starr when she became a threat to their planes of rescue. Van Dyne also reconciled with Lang and resumed their relationship.

Alongside her parents, van Dyne was among the random people who turned to dust following Thanos’ success in assembling his Infinity Gauntlet and wiping out half the population. During the Battle of Earth, van Dyne was resurrected, along with all the other victims of the Snap in 2023, where she aided the Avengers in defeating Thanos and his army. After Thanos’ army was disintegrated, van Dyne attended Tony Stark’s funeral with Lang and her parents and later returned home to San Francisco to celebrate their victory with Cassie Lang.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Wasp II (Hope Van Dyne)

Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018) – The Snap

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 3 – Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)

PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING
(Hollywood Foreshadowing)


 

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

ANT-MAN AND THE WASP (2018)
(Predictive Programming)


 

Ant-Man and the Wasp is a 2018 superhero film, based on the Marvel Comics superheroes of the same names. The film is a sequel to Ant-Man and Captain America: Civil War. It is the twentieth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the eighth film of Phase Three. The film was released on July 4, 2018 internationally and on July 6, 2018 in the United States.

The film is directed by Peyton Reed and stars Paul Rudd as Scott Lang/Ant-Man, Evangeline Lilly as Hope van Dyne/Wasp, Michael Peña as Luis, Walton Goggins as Sonny Burch, Bobby Cannavale as Jim Paxton, Judy Greer as Maggie Lang, T.I. as Dave, David Dastmalchian as Kurt, Hannah John-Kamen as Ava Starr/Ghost, Abby Ryder Fortson as Cassie Lang, Randall Park as Jimmy Woo, with Michelle Pfeiffer as Janet van Dyne, with Laurence Fishburne as Bill Foster, and Michael Douglas as Hank Pym.

The third film in the series, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, will be released on February 17, 2023.

Ant-Man and The Wasp (2018) – Trailer

PLOT SUMMARY


 

In 1987, Janet van Dyne shrinks between the molecules of a Soviet nuclear missile, disabling it but permanently entering the microscopic Quantum Realm. Hank Pym raises their daughter Hope believing that Janet is dead.

In the present day, Scott Lang spends time with his daughter Cassie. Although he was arrested and imprisoned for helping Captain America during a skirmish between the Avengers in violation of the Sokovia Accords, Lang took a plea bargain and was allowed to return to the USA. Lang was sentenced to two years under house arrest, with a twenty-year minimum prison sentence waiting if he leaves his home during his sentence or defies the Sokovia Accords again. As Pym and Hope had provided Lang with the technology he used against the Avengers, the United Nations ruled them to have also breached the Accords. A warrant for their arrest was issued, forcing the two to go on the run while severing all contact with Lang.

Lang spends the next two years keeping himself busy in various ways (including learning close-up magic). He also sets up a security company with his friends Luis, Dave, and Kurt to earn an honest income. With just three days left until his release from house arrest, Lang has a dream where he relives one of Janet’s memories of when Hope was a child. Despite not wanting to jeopardize his release, Lang contacts Pym on a phone he’d hidden away and leaves a voicemail about the dream, before deciding he sounds like an idiot, going on to apologize for all the trouble he landed on them. Lang smashes the phone.

That night, as Lang relaxes, he notices something buzzing nearby, before being suddenly knocked out. When he wakes up, Lang finds he has been kidnapped by Hope, who left an enlarged ant as a decoy to avoid suspicion from FBI agent Jimmy Woo. Hope is upset with Lang for using the Ant-Man suit and helping Captain America without telling her, as well as forcing her and her father into hiding. She tells Scott that his dream coincided with Pym briefly opening a quantum tunnel.

Seeing the message as confirmation that Janet is alive, Pym and Hope work in their new lab (which Pym can shrink whenever they need to move) to create a stable tunnel, with the intention that Hope will take a vehicle into the Quantum Realm and retrieve Janet. Lang reunites with Pym, who is also very bitter toward Scott for his actions. However, Pym sets his grudge aside as he and Hope decide Lang is their only hope of locating Janet’s coordinates in the Quantum Realm.

Hope arranges to buy a part needed for the tunnel from the black market dealer Sonny Burch, however, Burch has realized the potential profit that can be earned from Pym and Hope’s research and double-crosses them. Hope then reveals she has a shrinking suit of her own, one which can fly and has blasters, and uses it to fight Burch and his men off and retrieve the part. Before Hope can leave, however, she is attacked by a quantumly unstable masked woman, referred to as the Ghost. Lang tries to help fight off the Ghost and they keep hold of the part, but Ghost escapes with Pym’s portable lab.

Theatrical Poster (2018)

Pym reluctantly visits his estranged former partner Bill Foster who helps them locate the lab. The ghost restrains Lang, Hope, and Pym when they arrive, and reveals herself to be Ava Starr. Her father, Elihas Starr, another former partner of Pym’s, accidentally killed himself and his wife during a quantum experiment that caused Ava’s unstable state. Foster reveals that he has been helping Ava after the accident, who they plan to cure using Janet’s quantum energy. Believing that this will kill Janet in the Quantum Realm, Pym refuses to help them and the trio manage to escape.

Opening a stable version of the tunnel this time, Pym and Hope are able to contact Janet who gives them a precise location to find her, but warns that they only have two hours before the unstable nature of the realm separates them for centuries. Burch learns their location from Lang’s business partners Luis, Dave and Kurt, and informs a contact at the FBI. Luis warns Lang, who then confesses to Hope and Pym, which angers them and prompts them to sever ties with him again. Lang is forced to rush home before Woo can see him breaking his house arrest. This leaves Pym and Hope to be arrested, and for their lab to be taken by Burch. Back at home, Lang is convinced by Cassie to rescue Hope and Pym despite the risks, promising that she’ll love him no matter what happens.

Lang is soon able to help Pym and Hope escape custody, and they steal the lab back from Burch. Lang and Hope distract Ava while Pym enters the quantum realm to retrieve Janet, but end up fighting Burch and his men allowing Ava to begin the process of taking Janet’s energy. A car chase ensues across the streets of San Francisco, ending at Pier 39. Lang takes the lab and enlarges it, while Burch and his goons are apprehended.

During this, Pym encounters Janet in the Quantum Realm, and arrive safely from the Quantum Tunnel. Ava attempts to sabotage their return, but when Lang and Hope intervene, she is stopped. Janet voluntarily gifts some of her energy to Ava to stabilize her condition. Lang returns home once again, in time for a suspicious Woo to release him at the end of his house arrest. He then happily reunites with Cassie, while Hank restores the family home (which he had shrunk and was hiding) on the beach for him and Janet.

In a mid-credits scene, Lang ventures into the Quantum Realm to collect particles to help heal Ava, while monitored by Hank, Janet, and Hope. Although he is successful in harvesting the particles, Hope’s countdown to bring him back suddenly cuts out. It is revealed that, as a result of Thanos’s Snap, Hank, Janet, and Hope have all been turned to ash, leaving Lang trapped in the Quantum Realm. In a post-credits scene, an oversized ant plays the drum kit in Lang’s house while the television is broadcasting a state of emergency.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Wasp I (Janet Van Dyne), Wasp II (Hope Van Dyne)
& Ant-Man I (Hank Pym)

Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018) – The Snap

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(to July 27, 2021):

California Deaths:

58,269

USA Total Deaths:

611,000+

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MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 2.14 – Nick Fury

NICK FURY
(S.H.I.E.L.D.)


 

Nicholas Joseph “Nick” Fury is a world-renowned spy, former Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. and founder of the Avengers. Fury began his career within the United States Army in the late 1960s, rising to the rank of Colonel before his honorable discharge. He later became a CIA operative during the Cold War, primarily operating in Soviet territory. Continuing to serve his country, Fury joined S.H.I.E.L.D. to fight against Earth’s most dangerous enemies. The great scope of enemies widened in the 1990s as Fury met Vers, helping her uncover her human heritage as Carol Danvers, as the two fought off the Starforce, which was led by Yon-Rogg, as they were targeting Skrull refugees. Fury took a liking to Goose who scratched him for violating her space and permanently blinded Fury’s left eye. Fury kept the reason for this injury secret, telling others it was classified but happened in the line of duty, while Danvers had then left the Earth in order to find a new home for the Skrulls and protect the rest of the universe.

Later promoted to Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. by Alexander Pierce, Fury refocused his efforts over the next 15 years to organize the Avengers Initiative, with Fury’s true intentions were to bring together any other powerful individuals to assist S.H.I.E.L.D. with protecting the Earth from extraterrestrial threats, which he had only learned of following his encounters with the Kree and Skrulls. Despite some more considerable reluctance from World Security Council who had not believed in his theories, Fury had still continued his efforts and eventually managed to recruit both Iron Man and Captain America into their Initiative, ready for an incoming invasion.

With the Avengers ready, Fury was forced to call them all into action when the Earth was invaded by Loki, who managed to brainwash an army and steal the Tesseract. With the Avengers assembled, Fury took charge of the hunt for Loki, leading the volatile team through the mission as they attempted to learn what Loki’s plan for the Tesseract was and who he had been working for. This all then came to a head following Loki killing Phil Coulson, before being tracked to New York City. There, all the Avengers engaged Loki and his entire incoming army of Chitauri in a final battle, with Fury keeping the World Security Council from nuking the entire city before Loki was defeated and the Avengers were disassembled.

Following the Avengers’s victory, Fury recruited Captain America as a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, while Fury worked on the new Project Insight, as a means of accurately predicting threats; something which conflicted with Rogers’ ideals. However, when Fury began to suspect that something was wrong with Project Insight, he then found himself becoming a target of the Winter Soldier, forcing Fury to fake his own death and go into hiding. With limited people he could trust, Fury then turned to Captain America along with Black Widow, the Falcon and Maria Hill to lead the fight, as he soon discovered that HYDRA had secretly managed to infiltrate S.H.I.E.L.D. and Alexander Pierce was the leader, as Captain America had also learned that the Winter Soldier was actually his friend Bucky Barnes who had been brainwashed by HYDRA for decades, following Barnes’ apparent death in 1945.

Once Fury and his allies had stopped Project Insight and also killed Pierce, Fury chose to go into hiding to continue hunting down the remaining HYDRA cells. Fury then assisted the now resurrected Phil Coulson in defeating John Garrett while also stopping his plans for Project Deathlok. Following this, Fury chose to promote Coulson to Director of S.H.I.E.L.D., telling him to rebuild it from the ground up. Fury had then also aided the Avengers during the Ultron Offensive, serving as support during the Battle of Sokovia. There, he commanded the rebuilt Helicarrier, which Coulson’s new S.H.I.E.L.D. secretly worked on.

In 2018, now operating underground with a hand-picked crew, Fury was one of the trillions of victims in the Snap but had managed to send a distress signal to Captain Marvel before his death. In 2023, Fury was resurrected by Hulk in the Blip and attended Tony Stark’s funeral alongside the other Avengers after he sacrificed his life in the Battle of Earth. Fury was then made aware of Peter Parker’s identity as Spider-Man and was tasked with delivering the E.D.I.T.H. glasses to him. However, deciding to take a vacation in space on Talos’ flagship, Fury tasked Talos and Soren to impersonate himself and Maria Hill respectively on Earth and to deliver the glasses to Spider-Man on his behalf. After discovering that Talos and Spider-Man had been involved in a crisis in Europe, Fury decided to end his vacation and return to work.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Nick Fury (S.H.I.E.L.D.)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

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MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 2.13 – Maria Hill

MARIA HILL
(S.H.I.E.L.D.)


 

Maria Hill is the former Deputy Director of S.H.I.E.L.D., and also held the title of “Commander”. She enjoyed a well-deserved reputation as tough-minded and by the book. Her clearheaded pragmatism was a valued source of reason during the critical discourse surrounding the Avengers Initiative. After Nick Fury faked his death, Hill worked with him and was a part of the assault team that took down the Helicarriers from Project Insight.

Hill joined Stark Industries in the immediate aftermath of the fall of S.H.I.E.L.D. to help protect herself from prosecution. However, she stayed in touch with Phil Coulson and S.H.I.E.L.D., acting as an intermediary between the organization and the Avengers during the War on HYDRA. Hill temporarily rejoined Fury as his second-in-command on the Helicarrier No. 64 during the Battle of Sokovia to help defeat the genocidal artificial intelligence Ultron. She later moved to the New Avengers Facility to assist the Avengers.

Following the Avengers Civil War, Hill was fired from Stark Industries by Tony Stark. In 2018, Hill and Fury, along with fifty percent of the universe, was killed when Thanos completed the Infinity Gauntlet. Five years later, Hill was resurrected by Bruce Banner using the Infinity Stones and was among those present at Tony Stark’s funeral.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Maria Hill (S.H.I.E.L.D.)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

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MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 2.12 – Spider-Man

SPIDER-MAN
(PETER PARKER)


 

Peter Benjamin Parker is a high school student who gained spider-like abilities, fighting crime across New York City as the alter ego Spider-Man, hoping someday, he will live up to his heroes in the Avengers. While Parker juggled all his continued superhero duties with the demands of his high-school life, he was approached by Tony Stark who recruited Spider-Man to join the Avengers Civil War, putting Spider-Man into the brief conflict with his personal hero, Captain America. Parker then agreed and was given his new suit as well as brand new Stark technology in exchange for all his help, although Stark still did not make him an official member of the Avengers and instead returned Parker back home to continue his own hero work.

While he continued to try and prove himself as a worthy hero in the eyes of Iron Man so he could join the Avengers, Parker then encountered all the illegal activities of Vulture, who was attempting to sell his Chitauri based weapons onto the black market. Believing that capturing Vulture would prove his worth as a hero, Spider-Man had decided to go after Vulture alone, with only Ned Leeds’ assistance, while keeping all his secrets from Aunt May, gaining the affections of Liz Toomes, and also trying to win his decathlon finals. Eventually, Spider-Man had learned Vulture was Toomes’ father and had then stopped his robbery of their Stark Cargo Plane, resulting in Stark offering Parker his place with the Avengers, which Parker turned down in order to continue being a small-time hero in New York.

Spider-Man was pulled back into the Avengers’ conflict when the Black Order had invaded the Earth and then managed to successfully kidnap Doctor Strange, which resulted in Spider-Man being dragged onto their ship with Iron Man. Having then rescued Strange and joined forces with the Guardians of the Galaxy, Spider-Man joined their attempts to prevent the Mad Titan, Thanos, from collecting the six Infinity Stones. However, the heroes could not defeat Thanos who then fulfilled his goal and then caused the Snap, resulting in the deaths of trillions, including Spider-Man’s as he had turned to dust in Iron Man’s arms. Having been dead for five years, Spider-Man was then resurrected when Hulk had managed to reverse the Snap, as Spider-Man rejoined their fight against Thanos, just in time to witness Iron Man sacrifice his life to defeat the Mad Titan.

The bereaved and traumatized Parker decided to take some time off his hero duties following Tony Stark’s death, seeking refuse on his trip to Europe with all his classmates. However, despite wanting to focus his attention on winning the attention of Michelle Jones, Parker witnessed an Elemental attack and was recruited by Nick Fury to work with Mysterio to defeat the creatures. Once they had seemingly defeated these enemies, Parker handed over Stark’s glasses to Mysterio, granting him access to Stark technology, only to discover that Mysterio lied to him. Recruiting Happy Hogan’s help, Spider-Man followed Mysterio into London, exposing his illusions and defeated his former ally. However, upon his return into New York, doctored footage was sent to The Daily Bugle, which showed Mysterio exposing Spider-Man’s true identity to the entire world as well as incriminating him for an alleged mass murder in London.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Spider-Man (Peter Parker)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

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MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 2.11 – Doctor Strange

DOCTOR STRANGE
(DR. STEPHEN STRANGE)


 

Doctor Stephen Vincent Strange M.D., Ph.D is the sorcerer and a Master of the Mystic Arts. Originally a brilliant, although arrogant, neurosurgeon, Strange got into a car accident which resulted with his hands becoming crippled. When all Western medicine failed him, Strange embarked on a journey that led him into Kamar-Taj where Strange had made the discovery of magic and alternate dimensions, being trained by the Ancient One. Though focused on healing his hands and returning into his career, Strange learned more of the mystic arts and helped the Masters prevent Kaecilius from merging the Earth with the Dark Dimension, but not before witnessing the Ancient One’s death. Following the demise of their mentor, Strange became the protector of the New York Sanctum in New York as well as the Earth’s protector from any new inter-dimensional threats.

From his new position, Strange had aided Thor in locating his father Odin. When Thanos and the Black Order had attacked Earth, Strange and Wong were targeted as they held the Time Stone. Strange was soon abducted by Ebony Maw, who tried to take the Time Stone from him but failed when Strange was rescued by Iron Man and Spider-Man. Strange later joined all his new allies, alongside the Guardians of the Galaxy, to battle Thanos in a desperate attempt to stop him. Secretly, however, Strange had already seen their only path to victory, as he then allowed Thanos to cause the Snap, killing Strange and trillions of others. However, as Strange foresaw, Hulk had managed to reverse the Snap, returning Strange and the others into life as they had continued their battles against Thanos, with an army of heroes, as Strange had witnessed Tony Stark sacrificing his life in order to finally destroy the Mad Titan once and for all.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Doctor Strange (Dr. Stephen Strange)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

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MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 2.10 – Star-Lord

STAR-LORD
(PETER QUILL)


 

Peter Jason Quill is a Celestial-Human hybrid who was abducted from Earth in 1988 by the Yondu Ravager Clan, and afterwards began building a reputation as the notorious intergalactic outlaw Star-Lord. In 2014, he decided to leave the Ravagers and operate individually, unintentionally becoming a key player in the quest for a precious artifact known as the Orb after stealing it from Morag. Following his arrest, he forged an uneasy alliance with fellow inmates Gamora, Drax the Destroyer, Rocket Raccoon, and Groot, who together formed the Guardians of the Galaxy. They first rallied as a team by stopping Ronan the Accuser from destroying Xandar with the Power Stone.

A few months later, Quill and the other Guardians were hired by Ayesha and the Sovereign to defend Anulax Batteries from an Abilisk. However, after Rocket stole some of the batteries, Ayesha sent the Sovereign fleet after them, with the Guardians being saved when the fleet is destroyed by Ego, Quill’s biological father, whom Quill had never met before. Quill spent a few days bonding with his father, but when Ego revealed that he was responsible for Meredith Quill’s death, Quill allied with his fellow Guardians to prevent Ego’s quest to terraform the universe. After killing Ego and witnessing Yondu Udonta’s sacrifice, Quill continued to lead the Guardians of the Galaxy and eventually started a relationship with Gamora.

The Guardians of the Galaxy then encountered Thor and began racing against Thanos to procure the Infinity Stones. Splitting up into two groups, Quill led Gamora, Drax, and Mantis to Knowhere to recover the Reality Stone from the Collector, only to lose both it and Gamora to Thanos. Quill, Drax, and Mantis later traveled to Titan to confront Thanos in person. With help from Iron Man, Doctor Strange, and Spider-Man, the Guardians fought Thanos for a time, during which Quill was devastated to learn that Thanos had killed Gamora, in his anger he unintentionally gave Thanos an opening to strike back and Quill alongside his allies were ultimately defeated. Thanos eventually succeeded in his goal and wiped out half of all life in the universe, Quill and most of the Guardians of the Galaxy were among the victims.

In 2023, five years after his death, Quill was resurrected along with all the other lives claimed by the Snap. He then returned to Earth with the help of Strange, participating in the Battle of Earth where he encountered Gamora from an alternate timeline. After the battle, Quill attended Stark’s funeral before flying to New Asgard to retrieve Thor, who had decided to join the Guardians, and began a search for Gamora.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Star-Lord (Peter Quill)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

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MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 2.9 – Drax

DRAX THE DESTROYER
(GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY)


 

Drax is a former Kylosian intergalactic criminal, and a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy. He sought revenge on Ronan the Accuser for killing his wife and daughter, and went on a rampage across the galaxy, ending with him being imprisoned by the Nova Corps in the Kyln. There, Drax became uneasy allies with Star-Lord, Gamora, Rocket Raccoon, and Groot. Together, they broke out of the Kyln and became embroiled in the Quest for the Orb. After the Battle of Xandar, in which he finally exacted his vengeance on Ronan, Drax left Xandar with the other Guardians but not before declaring Thanos as his next target.

Following the Guardians, Drax assisted in killing the Abilisk for the Sovereign people, only for Rocket Raccoon to betray them. Drax followed the Guardians as they encountered Ego, the long lost father of Star-Lord. Along the way, he developed a close bond with Mantis, who soon revealed that Ego’s true plan was to destroy and rebuild the entire universe. Drax and his fellow Guardians defeated Ego, saving the galaxy once more but at the cost of Yondu Udonta’s self-sacrifice.

Four years later, the Guardians of the Galaxy joined up with Thor and the Avengers in trying to stop Thanos from obtaining the Infinity Stones. When Thanos gathered all of the stones, he used them to eradicate half the universe’s population, including Drax and the Guardians, except Rocket Raccoon and Nebula. Five years after the Snap, the remaining Avengers successfully gathered the Infinity Stones from different points in the past and Hulk resurrected the victims of the Snap, restoring Drax back to life. He then participated and survived the Battle of Earth, attended Tony Stark’s funeral, and rejoined the Guardians of the Galaxy.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Drax The Destroyer (Guardians Of The Galaxy)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

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MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 2.8 – Mantis

MANTIS
(GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY)


 

Mantis is an empath with the ability to sense other people’s feelings and alter them. She was raised by Ego and later recruited as a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy. Since she was a child, Mantis helped ease Ego’s neurotic behavior with her powers until the Guardians came to his planet. After bonding with Drax the Destroyer, she came to care for the Guardians and then allied with them to help prevent Ego from conquering the Galaxy. With her own servitude to Ego ended, she became a full-fledged member of the Guardians and accompanied them on further adventures.

When the Guardians were called to action to stop Thanos from collecting the Infinity Stones to wipe out half the universe, Mantis accompanied some of the Guardians to Knowhere where they failed to stop the warlord from gaining the Aether resulting in Gamora being captured. After, they traveled to Titan where they teamed up with Doctor Strange, Iron Man, and Spider-Man to fight Thanos head-on. The fight once again ended in failure, and Mantis and her fellow Guardians, except for Nebula and Rocket Raccoon, were killed when Thanos obtained the Infinity Stones and snapped his fingers.

Fortunately, five years after the Snap, the remaining Avengers successfully gathered the Infinity Stones from different points in the past, and Bruce Banner resurrected the victims of the Snap, bringing Mantis back to life. She then participated and survived the Battle of Earth, attended Tony Stark’s funeral after he sacrificed himself. Mantis then resumed being a part of the Guardians, with all of them reunited again, now joined by Thor.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Mantis (Guardians Of The Galaxy)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

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MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 2.7 – Falcon

FALCON
(SAM WILSON)


 

Samuel Thomas “Sam” Wilson is a former United States Air Force pararescue airman, who left active duty when his wing-man Riley died during combat, instead choosing to help other veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. At this time, Wilson had met Captain America and was drawn to his conflict with HYDRA, as Captain America needed help from anyone not associated with S.H.I.E.L.D. since they had been infiltrated by HYDRA. Retaking his title as the Falcon, Wilson had then assisted with destroying all of Alexander Pierce’s schemes of world domination. Following their victory against Pierce’s HYDRA units, Falcon then agreed to assist Captain America in tracking down the Winter Soldier, who was in fact Captain America’s close friend who had been brainwashed.

As Falcon continued searching for the Winter Soldier, he was then recruited into the Avengers, since their original team had been disbanded following the defeat of Ultron. During his time with the Avengers, Falcon briefly encountered Ant-Man before assisting in defeating Crossbones. In the aftermath of several battles that had killed civilians, the Avengers were then forced into following the Sokovia Accords, putting them all under the government’s full control. However, as the Winter Soldier was blamed for terrorist attacks by Helmut Zemo, Falcon stood by Captain America with protecting the Winter Soldier, which had then caused the Avengers Civil War. In the wake of this clash, Falcon, and several other Avengers who were loyal to Captain America, were defeated by Iron Man, and locked into the Raft, until Captain America freed them as they became fugitives.

While the Avengers were still disbanded, Earth had come under attack by Thanos and his Black Order, bringing Falcon and his allies out of hiding. Learning that Thanos intended to steal the Mind Stone from Vision, Falcon joined the Avengers in taking Vision to Wakanda for his protection, while they had then tried to keep Thanos’ forces back. However, they were eventually defeated as Thanos claimed the Infinity Stones and used them to cause the Snap, killing trillions including Falcon. Eventually, that Snap was undone by the surviving Avengers, as Falcon rejoined their battles against Thanos, as they finally defeated him at the cost of Tony Stark’s life. In the aftermath of the battle, Falcon learned that Captain America returned to the past and had lived a full life with Peggy Carter, and seeing him return as an old man, was given the shield by Rogers.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Falcon (Sam Wilson)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

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MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 2.6 – Scarlet Witch

SCARLET WITCH
(WANDA MAXIMOFF)


 

Wanda Maximoff, also known as Scarlet Witch, is a native of Sokovia who grew up with her fraternal twin brother, Pietro. Born with the latent magical ability to harness Chaos Magic, she developed a hatred against Tony Stark and rallied anti-American protests after the Novi Grad Bombings, which killed her parents. Years later, in an effort to help purge their country of strife, the twins joined HYDRA and agreed to undergo experiments with the Scepter under the supervision of Wolfgang von Strucker, amplifying her abilities. While her brother developed super-speed, Wanda attained various psionic abilities. When HYDRA fell, the twins joined Ultron to get their revenge on Stark, but abandoned him when they discovered Ultron’s true intentions to destroy Earth. Wanda and Pietro joined the Avengers during the Battle of Sokovia to stop Ultron; Pietro was killed during the battle but Wanda survived, and shortly after moved to the United States.

During the Avengers Civil War, she sided with Captain America and was briefly imprisoned on the Raft before Rogers freed her alongside his teammates. Over the next two years, Maximoff reunited and reconciled with Vision, and together the two started living off the grid in Europe, forming a romantic relationship. However, the two soon came under threat from Thanos and the Black Order, who sought the Mind Stone. After being ambushed by the Order, they sought refuge in Wakanda with the remaining Avengers. Maximoff took part in the city’s defense when the Order invaded the city; she died in the Snap after Thanos completed the Infinity Gauntlet. After the effects of the Snap were undone in 2023, Maximoff was among the many heroes who fought during the Battle of Earth, defeating Thanos and his armies.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 2.5 – Groot

GROOT
(GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY)


 

Groot is a Flora colossus and the accomplice of Rocket Raccoon. Together, the pair had traveled the galaxy picking up bounties until they met Star-Lord and Gamora just before the four of them were captured and put into the Kyln, where they also met Drax the Destroyer. There, they agreed to work together to escape and sell the Orb for a massive profit. However, when it was discovered that the Orb contained one of the Infinity Stones which was being sought out by Ronan the Accuser, Groot convinced his friends to risk everything to stop Ronan’s diabolical plans. During the Battle of Xandar, Groot sacrificed his own life to save his new friends. However, part of his destroyed body was planted by Rocket to birth a new Groot, as they joined the Guardians of the Galaxy.

As the new Groot began to grow, he stayed with the Guardians and endeavored with them on many adventures. They were soon hired by the Sovereign to destroy an Abilisk, but they were then targeted by their former employers due to Rocket who double-crossed them. During the escape, they had met Peter Quill’s father Ego while Groot and Rocket, along with Yondu Udonta, were captured by Taserface’s faction of the Ravagers, but Groot was able to help them all escape. Groot then joined his allies and assisted them in destroying Ego and saving all his friends, but Udonta lost his life. Over the next four years, Groot continued to grow and started exhibiting the personality of an adolescent.

Both Groot and Rocket then left the Guardians temporarily to accompany Thor to Nidavellir in order to help his mission to stop Thanos from completing the Infinity Gauntlet. After they had helped Thor obtain his weapon, Stormbreaker, Groot and Rocket traveled to Earth using the Bifrost Bridge and joined the Battle of Wakanda. Groot fought alongside Captain America and attempted to attack Thanos; however, when the Mad Titan amassed all six of the Infinity Stones, he succeeded in eliminating fifty percent of the universe’s population, which resulted in Groot’s death.

Five years later, the Avengers managed to resurrect the victims of the Snap, restoring Groot. Alongside Winter Soldier, he left Wakanda through an Inter-Dimensional Portal and joined the Battle of Earth. In the aftermath of the battle, Groot attended Tony Stark’s funeral and rejoined the Guardians, now including Thor, on their adventures.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Groot (Guardians Of The Galaxy)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 2.4 – Black Panther

BLACK PANTHER
(KING T’CHALLA)


 

T’Challa is the King of Wakanda and the eldest child of T’Chaka and Ramonda. As the Wakandan monarch, he became the holder of the Black Panther mantle. Following the death of his father in the bombing attack orchestrated by Helmut Zemo, T’Challa had set out to kill the Winter Soldier, who was widely believed to be responsible for the attack. During his attempt to find the Winter Soldier, Black Panther had joined a Civil War between the Avengers, where he sided with Iron Man. However, Black Panther eventually learned that Zemo was really the one who had been responsible for his father’s demise, as he captured Zemo, handing him over to Everett Ross, while he also vowed never to allow desires of vengeance to consume him again.

Upon returning into Wakanda, T’Challa was officially crowned King, before he attempted to track down Ulysses Klaue, who had resurfaced after several years. However, T’Challa failed to capture Klaue and instead was forced to bring Everett Ross to the city to save his life. T’Challa’s leadership was challenged when Erik Killmonger came into Wakanda, having killed Klaue and challenged T’Challa for their throne, as Killmonger bested T’Challa in a duel and took the crown. However, T’Challa had survived the duel and, with the help of M’Baku and his family, returned to Wakanda where he defeated Killmonger. Following the conflict, T’Challa returned to the United Nations as he had shared Wakanda’s secret wealth with the rest of the world.

Black Panther was then called upon by the Avengers, as they had uncovered Thanos plan to claim all six Infinity Stones and wipe out half of all life in the universe. T’Challa agreed to allow the Avengers to keep Vision in the city, where Shuri could remove the Mind Stone. However, Wakanda was then invaded by Thanos’ forces, as Black Panther had led his army against Thanos and the Black Order, only for them to be overpowered as Thanos completed his goal and then wiped out half of life, killing Black Panther as a result. However, Black Panther was resurrected five years later by Hulk, as he then joined the Avengers in a final battle against an alternate Thanos, finally defeating the Mad Titan, although Tony Stark sacrificed his life for victory.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Black Panther (King T’Challa)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 2.3 – Winter Soldier

WINTER SOLDIER
(BUCKY BARNES)


 

Sergeant James Buchanan “Bucky” Barnes is a World War II veteran, a former officer of the 107th Infantry Regiment and best friend of Steve Rogers since childhood. Barnes enlisted in the army and assigned into the 107th in 1943. His regiment was captured by HYDRA, where Barnes was given a variant of the Super Soldier Serum by Arnim Zola. Barnes, along with whoever still remained from his regiment, were later rescued by Rogers, who had become Captain America during Barnes’ absence. Upon joining forces with the continuing war, Barnes and Rogers formed their Howling Commandos, to battle Red Skull’s forces. However, during their attempt to finally capture Zola, in the Austrian Alps, Barnes was caught in their ambush and plummeted hundreds of feet from a train. As no body was ever recovered, Barnes had then been presumed deceased.

Unbeknownst to his team, Barnes’ enhanced abilities allowed him to survive the fall, albeit with the loss of his left arm. Once he was found by the Soviet Union and HYDRA, Barnes was subsequently brainwashed and armed with a new cybernetic limb in order to become their operative, known as the Winter Soldier. Over the next fifty years, he would eliminate anyone who posed any threat to HYDRA, including Howard Stark and his wife, Maria. Between all these assassination missions, the Winter Soldier would be put into a cryogenic stasis to ensure his longevity. In 2014, the Winter Soldier had been ordered by Alexander Pierce to assassinate Nick Fury, in order to ensure that all Pierce’s schemes with Project Insight could go ahead. However, the Winter Soldier was challenged by Steve Rogers, which had triggered him to begin remembering his prior life.

In the wake of their Battle at the Triskelion, Barnes, free from his brainwashing, deserted HYDRA in order to remember his past and end his long, violent history. Two years later, Barnes was then framed for the Bombing of the Vienna International Centre, which claimed the life of T’Chaka, among many other innocent lives. While Black Panther sought his revenge for his father’s death, Barnes had been repeatedly saved by Captain America, which sparked the Avengers Civil War as a team of Avengers led by Iron Man was sent to capture him. However, they eventually learned that Helmut Zemo framed Barnes and reactivated his brainwashing, so that Zemo could reveal that Barnes had murdered Stark’s parents years ago. Having just survived Stark’s revenge attempt, Barnes was given amnesty in Wakanda by T’Challa and was placed in cryostasis, until all HYDRA’s control triggers could be removed from his mind.

Barnes was eventually freed of his brainwashing by the efforts of Shuri. However, as Thanos had attempted to kill Vision for the Mind Stone, Barnes returned to combat to stop the Mad Titan’s plans, receiving his new vibranium arm. Barnes joined T’Challa and the Avengers to help fight off the threat, only for Thanos to defeat them and assemble all of the Infinity Stones. Barnes was subsequently disintegrated as Thanos eliminated half of all life in the universe. In 2023, Barnes was resurrected by Hulk, as he had then participated in the final battle against Thanos’ forces. In the aftermath of the battle, he attended the funeral of Stark with all the other heroes. Later on Barnes bid Rogers farewell, knowing of his true intention to travel back to the 1940s in order to live with Peggy Carter. Barnes was then present to witness Rogers, as a much older man, return home in order to then choose Sam Wilson to pass the shield onto.

Source

COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE SYMBOLISM

Winter Soldier (Bucky Barnes)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 2.2 – Thanos

Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

THANOS


 

Thanos was a genocidal warlord from Titan, whose own main objective was to bring stability to the universe by wiping out half of all life at every level, as he believed its massive population would inevitably use up the universe’s entire supply of resources and condemn this. To complete this goal, Thanos set about hunting down all the Infinity Stones, being confident that the combined power of the Stones would achieve his goal. Thanos forged alliances with Loki, and Ronan the Accuser, in order to track down some of the Stones: However, both alliances cost Thanos much of his resources, including the Mind Stone and the loyalty of his daughters, Gamora and Nebula. Fed up with all his subordinates’ ongoing failures, Thanos made the decision to seek and procur the Stones himself, and he began by forcing Eitri to create the Infinity Gauntlet for him so that he would be able to wield the power of the Stones safely.

Thanos then engaged in a ferocious crusade in order to obtain the Infinity Stones. During his mission, both Thanos and his Black Order invaded multiple planets and slaughtered thousands to gain the stones, including Loki and the Asgardians. This quest even forced Thanos to sacrifice his beloved Gamora, in order to take the Soul Stone. Thanos soon found himself challenged by the alliances of the entire universe’s greatest heroes, which included the Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy. However, despite facing off against the powerfully combined opposition and the wrath of Thor, Thanos still ultimately triumphed as he completed the Infinity Gauntlet, using it to finally complete his goal through the Snap, which resulted in half of all life in the universe being wiped out with a mere snap of his fingers.

Following his Snap, Thanos had then ensured this could never be reversed by destroying all of the Infinity Stones, resulting in the Avengers tracking him down on Planet 0259-S, where Thor executed him with Stormbreaker. For five years, the universe continued to live on with the devastating ramifications of his actions. In 2023, the Avengers resurrected the victims of his Snap after traveling through time to collect the Infinity Stones, and while they came across an alternate version of himself, with great personal sacrifice, they finally ended his reign once and for all.

Source

The Snap – Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

THANOS REVEALED

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

BLACK SUN

WHO ARE THE AGENTS OF THE BLACK SUN?

HUMANITY:

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 2.1 – The Snap

PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING
(Hollywood Foreshadowing)


 

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

THE SNAP
aka COVID-19 VACCINE GENOCIDE
(Predictive Programming)


 

The Snap, also known as the Blip, was the moment Thanos snapped his fingers while using the Infinity Gauntlet during the Infinity War and caused the extermination of half of all life in the universe. Wanting to restore balance to the universe, by averting universal resource conflicts due to overpopulation, Thanos embarked on a quest to assemble all six Infinity Stones needed to achieve this goal. In 2018, during the Battle of Wakanda, Thanos activated the completed gauntlet and initiated the Snap, causing a universal genocide which eliminated fifty percent of all life, randomly disintegrating individuals into dust.

The Snap had devastating universal repercussions. On Earth, the Snap led to a five-year period in which the world fell into societal collapse and many countries followed a one-world government. Major cities across the world, such as San Francisco and New York City, fell victim to disenfranchisement. In 2023, the victims of the Snap were resurrected by the Avengers, after they went back in time to collect the Infinity Stones.

The Snap – Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR (2018)


 

In the forests of Wakanda, Thanos appeared and used the stones to subdue the Avengers before making his way to Scarlet Witch, who was using her powers to destroy the Mind Stone in Vision’s forehead. Although she managed to destroy the last stone and Vision with it, Thanos used the Time Stone to reverse Wanda’s destruction, restoring Vision to life and repairing the Mind Stone. After extracting the stone and killing Vision, Thanos completed the Infinity Gauntlet with all six stones and prepared to use it but was taken aback when Thor brutally attacked him with Stormbreaker, momentarily disarming the Mad Titan.

As Thor attacked Thanos, he reminded him that he had promised to kill him for his actions during the Attack on the Statesman, including his murdering Heimdall, Loki, and half of the Asgardians. Thanos simply taunted him, saying that Thor should have aimed for his head to ensure his swift death. Recovering from his injury, Thanos, much to Thor’s horror, snapped his fingers to activate the Infinity Gauntlet then passed out.

He awakened in the Soulworld where he approached a younger Gamora, who asked him if he completed his mission. He solemnly replied yes. Gamora asked what it had cost him and he replied “everything”. Thanos then returned to his consciousness and, his plan complete, used the Space Stone to escape Wakanda and travel to the Garden.

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Genocide/The Snap

THE SNAP

Shortly after Thanos activated the Infinity Gauntlet, the destructive effects of the Snap began to be apparent, with half of all life in the universe randomly disintegrating into dust. Beyond Earth and Titan, there were also several Asgardian casualties, including Sif and an Asgardian actor who portrayed Loki in The Tragedy of Loki of Asgard. Even dimensions across the Multiverse, such as the Quantum Realm, were affected by the Snap.

EARTH

On Earth, there were at least 3,797,000,000 humans confirmed deceased or missing worldwide, according to a statistical report issued by the United Nations in conjunction with the World Bank. All types of life forms perished in the Snap, including the bacteria in the bodies of the Snap survivors.

In Wakanda, Bucky Barnes was one of the first to die, crumbling into dust in front of Steve Rogers and Thor. The raging battle quickly wound down into a ceasefire as many Wakandan soldiers and Dora Milaje operatives corroded into dust, while M’Baku and other survivors watched in horror. Casualties of the Golden Tribe included Shuri and T’Challa, who collapsed into dust in front of Okoye. Rocket Raccoon tearfully watched Groot vanishing into dust, as he could do nothing to save his life. Kneeling over Vision’s lifeless body, Maximoff peacefully vanished into dust. Hidden in long grass, Falcon disintegrated as James Rhodes called out to him, not realizing his companion was already gone.

The United States of America issued a state of emergency in the wake of the deaths of many of the country’s citizens. While driving in Atlanta, Nick Fury and Maria Hill witnessed the Snap claiming the lives of civilians around them, plunging the city into chaos. As Hill disintegrated before Fury’s eyes, the former Director hurried to retrieve his last resort Transmitter Pager. Realizing he was disintegrating as well, Fury managed to transmit a last-ditch distress call to distant Captain Marvel before he was reduced to dust.

In San Francisco, Hank Pym, Janet van Dyne, and Hope van Dyne planned to send Ant-Man into the Quantum Realm to extract quantum energy to aid Ava Starr. Using the portable Quantum Tunnel in Luis’ Van, Lang made his way to the Quantum Realm and harvested needed energy. However, Pym, Hope, and Janet were all erased from existence, leaving Lang stranded in the Quantum Realm. The van was later impounded and put into a storage unit along with the rest of Lang’s possessions.

At Midtown School of Science and Technology in New York City, the high school was gathered in the gymnasium watching the marching band at the time of the snap. Half the band and audience disintegrated, much to the shock of the survivors. Among those who were killed were Ned Leeds, Michelle Jones, Flash Thompson, Betty Brant, Jason Ionello, Sue Lorman, and Andre Wilson.

Among the billions of other victims of the Snap on Earth were Laura Barton and her three children, Cooper, Lila, and Nathaniel, who perished at their homestead, May Parker, who was killed in her home, Betty Ross, Erik Selvig, Thaddeus Ross, Jane Foster, Wong, Mary Livanos, Erika Denton, Cammie Conroy, David Jerome, Elijah Cortez, Billy Peskers, Hiro Kajimoto, Karen Oggerton and one of her patients, Isaiah Sorenson and his pet cat, Phillip Carroway and his wife, Jenae Jazrem’s husband, Theo Boskowtiz’s father– a former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, Monica Rambeau, and Wilfred Nagel.

TITAN

On Titan, in the aftermath of their defeat by Thanos, the effects of the gauntlet began to claim more lives. Mantis was alerted to what was happening and soon became the first to vanish, followed by Drax and Star-Lord. Doctor Strange claimed there was no other way to win and soon vanished. Lastly, Spider-Man succumbed to the effects of the Snap while desperately begging to live before crumbling away in Iron Man’s arms, leaving Stark and Nebula as the only survivors on Titan.

As the effects of Thanos’ mass genocide swept across the universe, the survivors could do nothing but accept Thanos’ overpowering ascendancy and its consequences.

Source

GLOBAL GENOCIDE

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

182,896,080 people have received at least one dose

157,908,171 people have been fully vaccinated

GENOCIDE USA 2025

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 2 – Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING
(Hollywood Foreshadowing)


 

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR (2018)
(Predictive Programming)


 

Avengers: Infinity War is a 2018 superhero film, based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name. The film is a sequel to The Avengers, and Avengers: Age of Ultron, and a crossover/sequel to Captain America: Civil War, Doctor Strange, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Thor: Ragnarok, and Black Panther. It is the nineteenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the Infinity Saga, as well as the seventh film of Phase Three. The film was released on April 27, 2018.

The film is directed by Joe Russo and Anthony Russo and stars Robert Downey, Jr. as Tony Stark/Iron Man, Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner/Hulk, Chris Evans as Steve Rogers/Captain America, Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow, Benedict Cumberbatch as Stephen Strange/Doctor Strange, Don Cheadle as James Rhodes/War Machine, Tom Holland as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa/Black Panther, Paul Bettany as Vision, Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch, Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson/Falcon, Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier, Danai Gurira as Okoye, Letitia Wright as Shuri, Dave Bautista as Drax the Destroyer, Zoe Saldana as Gamora, with Josh Brolin as Thanos, and Chris Pratt as Peter Quill/Star-Lord.

The fourth film in the series, Avengers: Endgame, was released on April 26, 2019.

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – Trailer

PLOT SUMMARY


 

Deep in space, the Statesman has been attacked by the Sanctuary II, the ship of Thanos. Half of its passengers have been killed by the Black Order, the children of Thanos. One of them, Ebony Maw, announces that the survivors should rejoice in their defeat by Thanos. With Heimdall and Thor unable to even stand, Loki is brought before Thanos himself. Thor, Heimdall, and Loki soon find out that Thanos, wielding the Infinity Gauntlet already accommodating the Power Stone, had begun his quest of hunting down the Infinity Stones personally.

Thanos demands that Loki hand over the Tesseract, threatening to kill Thor if he doesn’t comply. Loki initially hesitates, to which Thanos responds by torturing Thor with the Power Stone. Eventually, Loki can no longer see his brother suffer and reveals the Tesseract – which he had retrieved from Odin’s Vault prior to Asgard’s destruction – much to Thor’s disappointment. However, Loki doesn’t hand it over, and buys sufficient time for Hulk to attack Thanos and save Thor from Thanos’ grasp. Unfortunately, Thanos quickly overpowers and subdues Hulk. Thor attempts to fight Thanos, only to be quickly defeated and immobilized in pieces of metal by Maw. With the Statesman’s surviving members helpless against the power of Thanos, Heimdall saves Hulk’s life by summoning the power of the Bifrost Bridge the last time and teleporting him to Earth and safe from harm.

In retaliation, Thanos kills Heimdall, leaving Thor in anguish. After this, the Tesseract – which had been left on the floor – is handed over to Thanos by Maw. Thanos crushes the Tesseract and inserts the Space Stone within it into his gauntlet. Now in possession of two stones, Thanos orders his children to invade Earth and retrieve both the Mind Stone and the Time Stone. Loki then suddenly interrupts by pretending to pledge loyalty to Thanos. As he does so, he commits the bold yet fatal action of trying to kill Thanos with a dagger.

Thanos sees through Loki’s attempt and foils him with his newly acquired stone, and proceeds to grab him by the neck. Thor only helplessly watches as Thanos breaks Loki’s neck before his very eyes. Thanos uses the Power Stone to destroy the Statesman while he and the Black Order teleport away, leaving Thor to die as he mourns over his brother’s dead body as the ship explodes around him.

Meanwhile, on Earth, Hulk crashes into the New York Sanctum via Bifrost and turns back into Bruce Banner, informing Doctor Strange and Wong about Thanos. Strange and Banner find Tony Stark, who is having a date with Pepper Potts, and bring him to the Sanctum as well. Strange, Wong, Banner, and Stark discuss the Infinity Stones, eventually surmising that Thanos is looking for both the Time Stone, held in the Eye of Agamotto owned by Strange, and the Mind Stone, kept by Vision in his forehead.

Banner insists that Thanos is the most formidable enemy they have ever faced, revealing that he was Loki’s sponsor during the Battle of New York and will wipe out half the universe if he completes the Infinity Gauntlet. Stark suggests simply destroying the Time Stone since they’ve got it on hand, but Strange refuses as he and Wong have pledged to protect it with their lives. Banner asks where Vision is, and Stark admits that he’s lost track of him and that Steve Rogers might know where he is. Stark brings Banner up to date with everything that happened since he left Earth; the Avengers have disbanded, and he is no longer on speaking terms with Rogers. Banner implores Stark to call Rogers, insisting that whatever happened between them doesn’t matter compared to what is coming. Convinced, Stark takes out the phone Rogers sent him after the Avengers Civil War and prepares to make the call.

Before he can, however, an ominous hum rings through the air, accompanied by a change in air flow. A massive, ring-shaped Q-Ship hovers above New York City, causing panic and fear in the streets. Strange manages to shut the ship’s engine off as Ebony Maw and another of Thanos’ children, the hulking Cull Obsidian, approach them. While Strange, Stark, Wong and Banner confront the invaders, the Q-Ship is witnessed from afar by Peter Parker, who rushes in to investigate. A turbulent battle erupts in the streets, but Banner finds himself unable to transform into Hulk, despite his best attempts.

As Wong fights Cull, trapping him in the Arctic with his Sling Ring, Ebony Maw, a fierce telekinetic, successfully abducts Strange, with Time Stone in tow. Unbeknownst to Maw, however, both Iron Man and Spider-Man – who is granted his Iron Spider Armor – manage to stow away in Maw’s Q-Ship. As Wong returns to the sanctum to protect it, Banner finds Stark’s phone and decides to call Rogers himself.

Having survived the vacuum of space after the Statesman’s blast, Thor is rescued by the Guardians of the Galaxy, who received the Asgardians’ distress call. They take him aboard the Benatar, where Thor tells of how Thanos killed half the Asgardians to obtain the Space Stone and decimated Xandar to obtain the Power Stone. Gamora recounts how Thanos traveled from planet to planet, killing half the population of each, and will do the same to the entire universe should he complete the Gauntlet by merely snapping his fingers.

They figure that Thanos will be headed to Knowhere in order to take the Reality Stone from the Collector. Thor decides to leave for Nidavellir, as he intends to ask Eitri to craft him a new weapon capable of defeating Thanos. Thor leaves with Rocket Raccoon and Groot while Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax the Destroyer and Mantis depart for Knowhere.

Meanwhile, Proxima Midnight and Corvus Glaive, two more of Thanos’ children, ambush Vision, who attempts to live a normal life with Wanda Maximoff in Scotland. Vision is deeply weakened in the attack, while Maximoff barely manages to hold her own against both assailants. However, reinforcements arrive in the form of Rogers, Falcon and Black Widow, who have been contacted and filled in by Banner. Together, they force Proxima Midnight and a heavily wounded Corvus Glaive to retreat before returning to the New Avengers Facility.

Remembering how Thanos destroyed half of her people and adopted her in the process, Gamora makes Quill promise that he will kill her if she gets captured by Thanos. Although Quill is reluctant, Gamora makes him promise and swear on his mother. He eventually agrees, and the two share a kiss. As they arrive on a deserted Knowhere, the Guardians of the Galaxy witness Thanos violently interrogating the Collector over the location of the Reality Stone. Unfortunately, the group makes too much noise and Thanos realizes their presence. Gamora goes on the offense, attacking and promptly defeating the Titan, who falls to the ground, seemingly killed.

However, the group discovers that Thanos has already acquired the Reality Stone, and has been using it to cast a massive illusion. He drops the illusion, revealing a burning Knowhere and himself, alive and well. Thanos had expected Gamora to come and fight him, and is aware that she is the only person who knows the location of the elusive Soul Stone. Thanos easily subdues Gamora and incapacitates Drax and Mantis. Quill aims to fire at Thanos’ head, but Gamora begs Quill to keep his promise and kill her, with Thanos pushing Gamora against the gun, inviting him to do so. Despite his heartbreak, Quill pulls the trigger, only for the gun to shoot harmless bubbles, thanks to the Reality Stone. Thanos then teleports away with Gamora.

Back at the facility, James Rhodes discusses recent events with Thaddeus Ross, who is outraged at Vision’s recent disappearance. Rhodes counters that Vision is only missing because of the Sokovia Accords, which even he now regrets signing. Rogers, Wilson, Romanoff, Vision, and Maximoff arrive, and Ross demands they all be arrested. Rhodes cuts his transmission off, an act which will likely end his military career, and greets his old teammates.

Banner emerges as well, sharing a brief reunion with everyone. After bringing everyone up to speed, Banner suggests calling in Hawkeye for help, but Romanoff explains that he as well as Scott Lang are unavailable, having surrendered themselves to the US government, making deals to be placed under house arrest with their families. Together, the team decides that the Mind Stone must be destroyed and that Maximoff is the only member powerful enough to do so. However, in order to destroy the stone without killing Vision, Rogers suggests traveling to Wakanda. In Wakanda, T’Challa and Okoye deliver a new vibranium arm to Bucky Barnes, who has recovered from his mental programming. They warn him that a battle may be coming as they are providing refuge to the Avengers who will undoubtedly be followed by Thanos’ children.

In Ebony Maw’s Q-Ship, Stark and Parker successfully rescue Strange by blowing a hole in the ship’s hull, fatally shooting Ebony Maw into space. While Strange advocates returning to Earth, Stark suggests keeping the course set on Titan in an effort to keep an element of surprise over Thanos. Strange agrees but warns Stark that he will have to protect the Time Stone, even if it means sacrificing him or Parker.

On the Sanctuary II, Gamora tells Thanos that she doesn’t know the location of the Soul Stone and calls her adoptive father insane for planning to exterminate half of all life in the universe, though Thanos insists on the righteousness of his ultimate desire for “perfect balance”. He informs Gamora that her home planet Zen-Whoberi has been thriving since he eradicated half of its population. As Thanos needs the Soul Stone to fulfill his goal, he reveals that Nebula is his prisoner. Thanos tortures Nebula in front of Gamora, slowly pulling her body apart. Unable to bear it, Gamora reveals that the Soul Stone is hidden on Vormir.

Meanwhile, Thor, Rocket Raccoon and Groot land in Nidavellir, where the forges have gone frozen and dark. They encounter Eitri, now the only remaining Dwarf on the forge, and he explains that Thanos ordered him to craft the Infinity Gauntlet, crippling the Dwarf afterward so he could never forge anything else. However, Thor convinces Eitri that, working together, they have the power to defeat Thanos. In order to do so, they plan on crafting a new weapon for Thor – Stormbreaker, a weapon that can summon the power of the Bifrost. On Sanctuary II, Nebula manages to free herself and sends a message to the Guardians of the Galaxy, imploring them to meet her on Titan.

Stark, Strange and Parker barely manage to land the Q-Ship on Titan’s surface, where they are immediately ambushed by the Guardians, who have mistaken them for Thanos’ minions. After a few tense moments where Quill believes Stark and his companions to be in league with Thanos, they all agree to work together. While the rest of the group tries to devise a plan, Strange uses the Time Stone to look into alternate futures. He then reports to his allies: out of the fourteen million six hundred and five visions of the future that he foresaw, they were victorious in only one alone.

Thanos and Gamora teleport to Vormir, where they are greeted by Red Skull, now acting as a keeper for the Soul Stone after being banished there by the Tesseract in 1945. Schmidt tells Thanos that he must sacrifice what he loves the most in order to obtain the stone. Gamora is sadly amused, as she believes that Thanos does not love anyone or anything, making him incapable of completing the sacrifice or fulfilling his plans. When she sees that he is crying, she is incredulous at first. Schmidt tells her he isn’t weeping for himself, but for her. Thanos sacrifices his daughter by throwing her from the cliff to her death and later awakes in possession of the Soul Stone.

Theatrical Poster (2018)

Meanwhile, the Avengers take Vision to Wakanda, where they are greeted by T’Challa and Barnes. They ask Shuri if she can safely extract the Mind Stone from Vision and she confirms that she can, but that it will take some time. Maximoff is ordered to stand by at the operation table, ready to destroy the stone once it’s free. Moments later, massive drop ships land outside of Wakanda’s protective energy dome. Meanwhile, Thor and Rocket successfully revive the star core of Nidavellir, but due to the mechanisms of the forge being damaged, Thor is forced to risk his life, using his own body to hold the forge’s iris open.

As massive armies of Outriders led by Proxima Midnight and Cull Obsidian arrive in Wakanda, T’Challa gathers Dora Milaje, Wakandan Royal Guard, the Border Tribe and the Jabari Tribe led by M’Baku, accompanied by Rogers, Barnes, Wilson, Rhodes, Romanoff and Banner using a suit of Hulkbuster armor, to meet them, hoping to buy Shuri enough time to complete her work. At first, the Outriders blindly throw themselves against the protective energy dome surrounding Wakanda, with many perishing against the dome’s surface and only a few actually making it through.

However, once the Outriders begin to move around the edge of the dome, Banner alerts the team that the beasts could potentially flank them, gaining a clear path to Vision. T’Challa decides to partly open the barrier in an effort to keep the enemies in front of them. The strategy is effective, but at the cost of massive hordes of Outriders suddenly invading Wakanda, quickly starting a fierce battle.

While Thor and Rocket are able to break the ice that immobilizes the rings of Nidavellir’s forge, the mechanism that focuses the neutron star’s power is damaged. Thor exposes himself to the full power of the star, giving the forge enough time to melt the special metal needed to craft Stormbreaker. Thor is left near death, and while Eitri successfully molded the metal, the axe’s handle cannot be found. Groot sacrifices his left arm for the weapon’s handle, activating its powers and reviving Thor.

Although they are able to take down many of hostiles, the Avengers and Wakandan armies are quickly outnumbered and overrun by the Outriders. However, Thor arrives via Bifrost with Rocket and Groot, using Stormbreaker to turn the battle in favor of the defenders of Earth. He demands to have Thanos brought to him so he can enact his revenge.

Thanos arrives on Titan and is greeted by Strange. During a brief conversation with Strange, he reveals that Titan was his home and that overpopulation led it to ruin. Thanos had suggested that half the population be killed at random to save the planet, a suggestion which was obviously seen as insane. Thanos now believes himself to be merciful as he plans to simply snap his fingers after acquiring all six Infinity Stones and cause half the universe’s population to cease to exist without causing much pain, after which Thanos plans on simply resting.

Nevertheless, they engage Thanos in an intense battle but Thanos single-handedly repels the assaults of the Avengers, the Guardians, and Strange until Nebula arrives and distracts him. Eventually Strange, Parker and Drax manage to pin down Thanos’ limbs while Mantis uses her powers to put him to sleep. Although she fails and he remains half-conscious, he is still weakened enough that he is totally incapacitated allowing Stark to try and force the Gauntlet off Thanos’ hand. However, when Nebula deduces that Thanos has killed Gamora, Quill becomes enraged and attacks the Mad Titan, causing him to regain consciousness just as the Gauntlet was about to be taken off.

The fight turns decisively in Thanos’ favor as he unleashes the full might of the Infinity Stones upon his attackers, swiftly repelling them all. Thanos then confronts and overpowers Strange but realizes that Strange never used the Time Stone in the fight because Strange hid it. Before he can try to locate it, Iron Man attacks him, but is quickly outmatched and seriously wounded when Thanos stabs him in the stomach. As Thanos prepares to execute Stark, Strange agrees to hand over the Time Stone to Thanos in exchange for Stark being spared. Thanos agrees and inserts the Stone into the Gauntlet and departs to retrieve the last Stone. Stark asks Strange why he would sacrifice the Time Stone just to save him.

In Wakanda, the Black Order launches Threshers, massive siege weapons which lay waste on the battlefield, prompting Maximoff to join and save Romanoff and Okoye. However, what no one has realized is that Corvus Glaive has successfully infiltrated the lab where he knocks out Shuri and her guards before the extraction of the Mind Stone can be completed. Glaive then attempts to take the Mind Stone from Vision who flees on to the battlefield and attempts to fight back, but Corvus Glaive and Cull Obsidian overpower him.

Banner arrives and manages to kill Cull Obsidian despite still being unable to turn into Hulk while Rogers fights against Corvus Glaive. Meanwhile, despite holding her own against the combined forces of Maximoff, Romanoff and Okoye, Proxima Midnight is killed as well when Maximoff forces her into the path of a Thresher. Rogers is defeated, but Vision stabs Corvus Glaive with his own weapon from behind, killing him. With the Black Order defeated and the Outriders routed by Thor, the Avengers seem victorious.

However, Thanos teleports to Wakanda as well to obtain the Mind Stone. All the Avengers, Okoye, T’Challa, and Groot gather to defend Vision, but Thanos effortlessly defeats them one by one, including Rogers, who is briefly able to hold back Thanos, much to the Titan’s surprise. Realizing that they have no other choice, Vision asks Maximoff to destroy the Mind Stone herself, which will likely kill Vision.

She reluctantly agrees and successfully shatters the Mind Stone moments before Thanos can get it, vaporizing both it and Vision. However, Thanos uses the power of the Time Stone to reverse time and restores both Vision and the Mind Stone, ripping the Mind Stone out from Vision’s skull, killing him for good. Having finally gathered all six Infinity Stones, Thanos prepares to execute his plan, but Thor arrives and catches Thanos off guard, unleashing his full power and the full might of Stormbreaker upon the Titan in a last-minute attempt to stop him, severely wounding Thanos as Stormbreaker buries itself in his chest.

However, Thanos survives the attack. He mocks Thor for not having hit him in the head and snaps his fingers in the Gauntlet, completing his plan. Thanos is momentarily transported into the Soulworld, where he sees a younger Gamora, who asks what the cost of achieving his goal was. Sadly, Thanos admits that it has cost him “everything”.

Thanos then returns to the real world, with the Gauntlet now mangled from the massive amount of energy used, and Thor furiously questions Thanos about what he did as a rumble can be heard throughout the universe. Thanos simply smirks at him and teleports away. As Thor is left to wonder what the outcome will be, Barnes suddenly turns to ash in front of Rogers. The effects of the snap manifest: half of the Wakandan army disintegrates as does T’Challa, Groot, Maximoff, and Wilson, leaving the survivors, regrouping around Vision’s body, to look in horror and unable to do anything but accept defeat.

On Titan, Mantis, Drax and Quill vanish, along with Strange, who tells Stark that there was “no other way”. Parker is the last to vanish and tearfully begs Stark not to let him go. While a traumatized Stark laments his failure, Nebula, the only other survivor, solemnly remarks that Thanos has achieved his goal. Thanos retires himself on a distant planet and rests while satisfactorily gazing out to the sunrise, considering his job done and smiling slightly at his triumph.

In a post-credit scene, Nick Fury and Maria Hill are monitoring the battle in Wakanda when they witness the effects of the Snap: an SUV crashes in front of them and when Hill looks inside, the driver has vanished. A helicopter crashes into a nearby skyscraper, seemingly pilotless. When Hill turns to dust in front of him, Fury grabs an old-fashioned pager and prepares to send a distress signal. When he starts to vanish as well, Fury laments his death but manages to activate the Pager, which displays a star pattern with a blue and red background.

Source

CORONA VIRUS STATISTICS IN THE USA
(to July 27, 2021):

California Deaths:

58,269

USA Total Deaths:

611,000+

Click above to learn more about all the COVID-19 Vaccines.

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MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: Part 1 – Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)

PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING
(Hollywood Foreshadowing)


 

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER (2011)(Predictive Programming)


 

Captain America: The First Avenger is a 2011 superhero film, based on the Marvel Comics superhero of the same name. It is the fifth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the fifth film of Phase One. The film was released on July 22, 2011 in the United States and on July 29, 2011 internationally.

The film is directed by Joe Johnston and stars Chris Evans as Steve Rogers/Captain America, Tommy Lee Jones as Chester Phillips, Hugo Weaving as Johann Schmidt/Red Skull, Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter, Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes, Dominic Cooper as Howard Stark, Neal McDonough as Dum Dum Dugan, Derek Luke as Gabe Jones, and Stanley Tucci as Abraham Erskine.

The film spawned two sequels: Captain America: The Winter Soldier in 2014 and Captain America: Civil War in 2016, while a fourth film is in development.

Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) – Trailer

PLOT SUMMARY


 

In 2011, researchers in the Arctic Circle uncover the buried wreckage of a large, wing-shaped aircraft. While investigating the aircraft’s interior, two of the researchers discover a frozen, circular object with a red, white and blue motif. In March 1942, HYDRA forces led by Johann Schmidt invade a stone church in Tønsberg, Norway, seeking a mysterious cosmic artifact known as the Tesseract, which possesses untold powers. Upon discovering the true Tesseract, Schmidt has the Church Keeper who guarded it killed, along with everyone else in the village.

In 1943, Steve Rogers is once again rejected for military duty on the battlefields of World War II, despite making multiple attempts at different enlistment offices, due to his frail physical appearance and numerous health issues. While attending Stark Expo with Bucky Barnes, Rogers attempts to enlist again. After overhearing Rogers’ conversation with Barnes about wanting to help in the war, Abraham Erskine allows Rogers to enlist as a candidate of Project Rebirth, a “super-soldier” experiment being conducted by the Strategic Scientific Reserve under the supervision of Erskine, Chester Phillips, and Peggy Carter.

During basic training, Phillips is unconvinced by Erskine’s claims that Rogers is the right person for the procedure, but relents after seeing Rogers commit an act of self-sacrificing bravery. The night before the treatment, Erskine reveals to Rogers that Schmidt underwent an imperfect version of the procedure and suffered negative side-effects due to his inner ambition for power and obsession with becoming a “superior man”. However, he reassures Rogers that he chose him because he believed Rogers was an inherently good man and one that, because he had been weak his whole life, would not lose respect for the strength he would gain. Back in Europe, Schmidt and Arnim Zola, using one of his machines, successfully harness the energies of the Tesseract, intending to use the power to fuel Zola’s inventions. Meanwhile, Schmidt, having discovered Erskine’s location, dispatches an assassin to kill him.

In New York City, Erskine subjects Rogers to the super-soldier treatment, putting him in a special chamber where he is injected with the Super Soldier Serum and dosed with “vita-rays”. Rogers emerges from the chamber taller and with an enhanced physique. After witnessing the success of the experiment, one of the attendees reveals himself to be Schmidt’s assassin, Heinz Kruger, who shoots Erskine, killing him. Kruger grabs the last vial of the Super-Soldier Serum and escapes the facility into the streets of New York. Rogers runs after Kruger, using his new strength and stamina to run down Kruger’s car on foot. Despite attempting to escape in a submarine, Rogers manages to catch Kruger, but the vial of Super Soldier Serum is broken in the process and the assassin immediately commits suicide by cyanide pill before he can be interrogated for information.

With Erskine dead and the super-soldier formula lost, the SSR is ordered to join the war and engage HYDRA directly; however, Philips decides to leave Rogers behind and allow scientists to study him in an attempt to rediscover Erskine’s formula. Senator Brandt approaches Rogers and instead offers him the chance to tour the nation for the USO to promote war donations, using his image as the strong, ideal soldier as a symbol for the public to rally behind, which Rogers accepts. During his work for the USO Rogers perform in scripted stage shows as the star-spangled character “Captain America”. As Rogers continues touring across the country Captain America gains great popularity among the public, leading to increasingly more elaborate shows as well as making appearances in film strips, comic books, and other memorabilia. Although Rogers is happy to be contributing towards the war effort, he grows increasing weary of being paraded around while not being able to have a more direct role alongside those actively fighting.

Theatrical Poster (2011)

Meanwhile, Schmidt unveils his new Tesseract-powered weaponry to three Nazi officers sent to oversee his operation, but uses the weapon to kill the officers after they realize that Germany is among a list of Schmidt’s intended targets. Schmidt uses this moment to declare his secession from the Third Reich, claiming that HYDRA could grow no further in Adolf Hitler’s shadow and will now follow his agenda. HYDRA continued to siphon energy from the Tesseract, using the stored energy to create a variety of weapons and integrated it into a range of vehicles and other technology, quickly giving the faction the potential to become a major threat to the war front, and the world at large.

While on tour in Italy performing for active servicemen, as well as encountering his colleagues from the SSR, Rogers learns that Barnes’ unit was lost in a battle against HYDRA. Despite Philips’ insistence on the futility of the situation, Rogers refuses to believe that Barnes is dead and becomes determined to mount a solo rescue attempt, receiving help from Carter and Howard Stark, who fly him behind enemy lines. Rogers manages to sneak into HYDRA’s main factory where he finds and frees most of the captive soldiers who begin a riot and start escaping while Rogers continues on to find Barnes, who he discovers in a separate room where he was being operated on.

Schmidt, seeing the prisoners escaping and Rogers moving through the facility, sets the factory to self-destruct to cover HYDRA’s operations and evacuate to another facility. As the building begins to detonate, Schmidt confronts Rogers on a high catwalk where he makes light of his similarities to Rogers following their mutual use of the super soldier serum. Schmidt expresses his belief that they have risen above the visage of normal humans before revealing his face to be a mask, removing it to display the red, skull-like face that earned him the sobriquet “the Red Skull”. Schmidt and Zola make their escape while Rogers leads Barnes to the roof where they both barely manage to escape the factory themselves before regrouping with the escaped soldiers and marching back to base.

Following the liberation of the Allied prisoners, Rogers gains his superior officers’ respect and acknowledgment as a soldier and is given high rank and the chance to fight as Captain America, as a key figure on the war front opposing HYDRA directly. Rogers recruits Barnes, Dum Dum Dugan, Gabe Jones, Jim Morita, James Montgomery Falsworth and Jacques Dernier as his personal team of Howling Commandos to take out the other known HYDRA operations. Howard Stark outfits Rogers with advanced equipment, including a durable, custom combat uniform and a circular shield made of vibranium. For the next two years, Rogers and his Howling Commandos lead a strong offensive, sabotaging various HYDRA operations, much to Schmidt’s frustration.

In 1945, the team later assaults a train carrying Zola. Rogers and Barnes engage in a fight with the soldiers on the train, during which Barnes falls from the train to his apparent death, while Jones locates Zola on the train and captures him. Rogers is deeply affected by the loss of his best friend and is convinced by Carter to use his sorrow as motivation to put an end to HYDRA for good. Using information extracted from Zola, the final HYDRA stronghold is located and Rogers leads an attack to stop Schmidt from using weapons of mass destruction on the United States.

Rogers climbs aboard the Valkyrie, HYDRA’s massive aircraft bomber, as it takes off. During the subsequent fight, a machine containing the Tesseract is damaged. Schmidt physically handles the Tesseract, which opens a wormhole into space, sucking him into it in bright light. The cube falls to the floor, burning through the plane and falling into the ocean. Seeing no way to land the plane without the risk of detonating its weapons, Rogers instead crashes it on the Arctic shelf while making a sorrowful goodbye to Carter, making a promise to take her dancing, knowing he would never be able to make the date. Stark later recovers the Tesseract from the ocean floor but is unable to locate Rogers’ body or Schmidt’s aircraft.

Rogers awakens in a 1940s-style hospital room. Deducing from an anachronistic radio broadcast that he was out of place, he flees outside into what is revealed to be present-day Times Square, where Nick Fury tells him he has been “asleep” for nearly 70 years. Stunned by this revelation, Rogers’ only response is that he had a date.

A year later, Fury approaches Rogers, proposing a mission with worldwide ramifications.

Source

CORONA VIRUS FORESHADOWING

Steve Rogers Wakes Up 70 Years Later

CORONA VIRUS STATISTICS IN THE USA
(to July 27, 2021):

California Deaths:

58,269

USA Total Deaths:

611,000+

Click above to learn more about all the COVID-19 Vaccines.

The Nuremberg Code

MCU Global Genocide Foreshadowing: COVID-19 Vaccine

PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING
(Hollywood Foreshadowing)


 

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

MARVEL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE (MCU)
(Predictive Programming)


 

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a media franchise created by Marvel Studios, set primarily in a shared universe designated as the reality Earth-199999 within Marvel’s multiverse system, with some installments also set in adjacent or branching realities.

Starting with Iron Man, the franchise is comprised mainly of films independently made by Marvel Studios, that are primarily set within this same universe, much like Marvel has done with their comics.

The franchise includes a series of short films, called Marvel One-Shots, launched with each film’s Blu-ray release starting with Thor and finishing with Thor: The Dark World.

Starting with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the franchise expanded into television series, including series premiered on the ABC and Freeform channels, and on the Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+ streaming platforms. The franchise also includes the news program WHiH Newsfront and the digital series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Slingshot.

Other contents include a series of tie-in Comics and video games, released as promotional material to the films and series and therefore part of the franchise, even if some of them are set on these branching realities.

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MARVEL STUDIOS


 

Marvel Studios is a film studio and a subsidiary of Walt Disney Studios. The company was founded as Marvel Films by Marvel Entertainment Group. The division was formerly headed by Avi Arad from May 13, 1993, as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, until October 1998, when he took on other duties within the company such as executive producer for the studios’ film output.

History

In March 2007, David Maisel was named Chairman and Kevin Feige was named President of Production as Iron Man began filming. In 2008, Marvel Studios signed a lease with Raleigh Studios to host its headquarters and production offices and film the next four movies on the studios’ slate, including Iron Man 2 and Thor, at their Manhattan Beach facilities.

In 2009, Marvel attempted to hire a team of writers to help come up with creative ways to launch its lesser-known properties, such as Black Panther, Cable, Iron Fist, Nighthawk, and Vision.

On December 31, 2009, The Walt Disney Company purchased Marvel Entertainment for $4 billion.

Both Marvel and Disney have stated that the merger would not affect any preexisting deals with other film studios for the time being, although Disney said they would consider distributing future Marvel projects with their own studios once the current deals expired. On October 18, 2010, Disney bought the distribution rights for The Avengers and Iron Man 3 from Paramount Pictures.

Source: Wikipedia

CORONA VIRUS STATISTICS IN THE USA
(to July 27, 2021):

California Deaths:

58,269

USA Total Deaths:

611,000+

Click above to learn more about all the COVID-19 Vaccines.

The Nuremberg Code

COVID-19 LETHAL INJECTION – Vaccine Injuries & Deaths (July 2021)

COVID-19 VACCINATION


As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies. AstraZeneca anticipates producing 3 billion doses in 2021, Pfizer–BioNTech 1.3 billion doses, and Sputnik V, Sinopharm, Sinovac, and Janssen 1 billion doses each. Moderna targets producing 600 million doses and Convidecia 500 million doses in 2021. By December 2020, more than 10 billion vaccine doses had been preordered by countries, with about half of the doses purchased by high-income countries comprising 14% of the world’s population. CoronaVac (Sinovac) is the most widely used vaccine in the world, with over 943 million doses delivered globally.

Source: Wikipedia

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

COVID-19 VACCINE
DEATHS & INJURIES

EUROPE

(TO JULY 17, 2021): Source

18,928
DEAD

1,823,219
INJURED

UNITED STATES

(TO JULY 9, 2021): Source

10,991
DEAD

551,172
INJURED

(US Deaths include: 997 unborn babies)

SCOTLAND

(TO JUNE 23, 2021): Source

5,522
DEAD

UNITED KINGDOM

(TO JUNE 23, 2021): Source

1,403
DEAD

1,007,253
INJURED

AUSTRALIA

(TO JULY 29, 2021): Source

407
DEAD

43,811
INJURED

TGA: AUSTRALIAN RECALL ACTIONS


 

A recall action is a set of market actions that are undertaken via the Uniform Recall Procedure for Therapeutic Goods (URPTG) to resolve a problem with a therapeutic good already supplied in the Australian market for which there are issues, deficiencies or defects in relation to the safety, quality, efficacy (performance) or presentation of the therapeutic good.

To assist in the identification of the nature of a recall action, they are classified into one of the following classes based on the potential risk the deficiency poses to patients/consumers:

Class I – Most serious safety-related – recall action occurs when there is a reasonable probability that the use of, or exposure to, the deficient therapeutic good(s) will cause serious, permanent or long term adverse health consequences or death.

  • Class II – Urgent safety-related – recall action occurs when the use of, or exposure to, the deficient therapeutic good(s) may cause temporary or medically reversible adverse health consequences, or where the probability of serious adverse health consequences is remote.

  • Class III – Lowest risk – recall action occurs when the use of, or exposure to, the deficient therapeutic good(s) is not likely to cause adverse health consequences and they are therefore not safety related.

Source

ATTENTION:
HALT AND RECALL ALL COVID-19 “VACCINES” WORLDWIDE

The Nuremberg Code

DISTRIBUTE THE CURE

COVID-19-Cure

COVID-19 LETHAL INJECTION – Part 9: Bharat Biotech

BHARAT BIOTECH


 

Bharat Biotech International Limited (BBIL) is an Indian multinational biotechnology company headquartered in Hyderabad, engaged in the drug discovery, drug development, manufacture of vaccines, bio-therapeutics, pharmaceuticals and health care products.

COVID-19 vaccine development

In April 2020, the company announced that they have partnered with US-based company FluGen and University of Wisconsin-Madison to develop a COVID-19 vaccine.

In May 2020, Indian Council of Medical Research’s (ICMR’s) National Institute of Virology approved and provided the virus strains for developing a fully indigenous COVID-19 vaccine. On June 29, 2020, the company got permission to conduct Phase 1 and Phase 2 clinical trials in India for a developmental COVID-19 vaccine named Covaxin, from the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI), Government of India. The Central Drugs Laboratory (CDL) at Kasauli in Himachal Pradesh has been engaged in testing experimental batches of Bharat Biotech’s COVID-19 vaccine Covaxin on a priority basis. A total of 12 sites were selected by the Indian Council for Medical Research for Phase I and II randomised, double-blind and placebo-controlled clinical trials of vaccine candidate.

In September 2020, the company announced that it was going to manufacture the novel chimp-adenovirus, a single dose intranasal vaccine (codenamed BBV154) for COVID-19 being developed in collaboration with the Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis, Missouri. It is currently undergoing clinical trials.

COVAXIN COVID-19 VACCINE

Covaxin (codenamed as BBV152) is an inactivated virus-based COVID-19 vaccine developed by Bharat Biotech in collaboration with the Indian Council of Medical Research.

Technology

As an inactivated vaccine, Covaxin uses a more traditional technology that is similar to the inactivated polio vaccine. Initially, a sample of SARS-CoV-2 was isolated by India’s National Institute of Virology and used to grow large quantities of the virus using vero cells. From then on, the viruses are soaked in beta-propiolactone, which deactivates them by binding to their genes, while leaving other viral particles intact. The resulting inactivated viruses are then mixed with an aluminium-based adjuvant.

Manufacturing

The vaccine candidate is produced with Bharat Biotech’s in-house vero cell manufacturing platform that has the capacity to deliver about 300 million doses. The company is in the process of setting up a second plant at its Genome Valley facility in Hyderabad to make Covaxin. The firm in collaboration with Government of Odisha is establishing another facility at Odisha Biotech Park in Bhubaneswar to commence Covaxin production by June 2022. Besides this, they are also exploring global tie-ups for Covaxin manufacturing.

In December 2020, Ocugen, Inc. entered into a partnership with Bharat Biotech to co-develop Covaxin for the U.S. market. In January 2021, Precisa Med entered into an agreement with Bharat Biotech to supply Covaxin to Brazil.

In May 2021, Haffkine Bio-Pharmaceutical Corporation Limited of Haffkine Institute entered into a memorandum of understanding with Bharat Biotech and announced that the production of Covaxin by them will commence after obtaining support from the Maharashtra state government and approval from the Indian government whereas Indian Immunologicals Limited (IIL) has signed a commercial agreement with Bharat Biotech for producing the drug substance, a critical component of the vaccine Bharat Immunologicals and Biologicals Corporation (BIBCOL) will also manufacture the vaccine.

Source: Wikipedia

COVAXIN COVID-19 VACCINE
AUTHORIZATIONS


 

Covaxin is an inactivated virus vaccine produced by the Indian company Bharat Biotech and the Indian Council of Medical Research.

Full (0)


Emergency (19)


  1. Argentina

  2. Botswana

  3. Brazil (restricted)

  4. Central African Republic

  5. Comoros

  6. Ethiopia

  7. Guatemala

  8. Guyana

  9. India

  10. Iran

  11. Mauritius

  12. Mexico

  13. Myanmar

  14. Nepal

  15. Nicaragua

  16. Paraguay

  17. Philippines

  18. Venezuela

  19. Zimbabwe

COVID-19 VACCINATION


As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies. AstraZeneca anticipates producing 3 billion doses in 2021, Pfizer–BioNTech 1.3 billion doses, and Sputnik V, Sinopharm, Sinovac, and Janssen 1 billion doses each. Moderna targets producing 600 million doses and Convidecia 500 million doses in 2021. By December 2020, more than 10 billion vaccine doses had been preordered by countries, with about half of the doses purchased by high-income countries comprising 14% of the world’s population. CoronaVac (Sinovac) is the most widely used vaccine in the world, with over 943 million doses delivered globally.

Source: Wikipedia

As of 28 July 2021, 4.01 billion doses of COVID 19 vaccine have been administered worldwide based on official reports from national public health agencies.

The Nuremberg Code

COVID-19 LETHAL INJECTION – Part 8: Sputnik V

GAMALEYA RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND MICROBIOLOGY


 

The Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology, previously known as the N. F. Gamaleya Federal Research Center for Epidemiology & Microbiology (and also known as the Gamaleya Scientific Research Institute or Gamaleya National Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology) is a Russian medical-research institute headquartered in Moscow. As of 2020 it operates under the purview of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation. The institute, founded in 1891 by Filipp Markovich Blyumental, has commemorated in its name (since 1949) the prominent Ukrainian, Russian and Soviet scientist Nikolay Fyodorovich Gamaleya (1859-1949), famed as a pioneer in microbiology and in vaccine research. The institute has developed a vaccine for SARS-CoV-2 in collaboration with the 48th Central Research Institute of the Ministry of Defense and the Vector Institute of the Rospotrebnadzor in order to curb the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 vaccine

In May 2020, the centre announced that it had developed a COVID-19 vaccine candidate. The project was funded by the Russian National Wealth Fund. A Phase I trial was completed on 18 June 2020 and Phase II was reported as completed in July 2020.

On 11 August 2020, the Russian President Vladimir Putin declared that the institute registered a COVID-19 vaccine called Gam-COVID-Vac.

Protest developed in the international scientific community over the announcement of the vaccine registration in Russia, mainly because there has been no publication of results from clinical trials on Gam-COVID-Vac. At the time of registration, there was no evidence for the safety, effective dose, biomarkers of an immune response, or efficacy against COVID-19 infection. As of 8 August 2020, no reputable scientific report on the Gam-COVID-Vac candidate had been published.

On 4 September 2020, data on 76 participants in the Phase I-II trial were published, indicating preliminary evidence of safety and an immune response. Days later, however, the results were challenged by 27 international vaccine scientists as being incomplete, suspicious, and unreliable, when identical data were reported for many of the trial participants.

On 2 February 2021, results of Phase III clinical trials involving 21 977 participants in Moscow were published in The Lancet, showing 91.6% efficacy of the vaccine, and therefore responding, even if with considerable delays, to previous criticism.

SPUTNIK V COVID-19 VACCINE

Sputnik V is an adenovirus viral vector vaccine for COVID-19 developed by the Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology. It was registered on 11 August 2020 by the Russian Ministry of Health as Gam-COVID-Vac. The ‘V’ in its name is the letter and not the Roman numeral.

Gam-COVID-Vac was initially approved for distribution in Russia and then in 59 other countries (as of April 2021) on the preliminary results of Phase I–II studies eventually published on 4 September 2020. Approval in early August of Gam-COVID-Vac was met with media criticism in mass media and discussions in the scientific community as to whether approval was justified in the absence of robust scientific research confirming safety and efficacy. On 2 February 2021, an interim analysis from the trial was published in The Lancet, indicating 91.6% efficacy without unusual side effects.

Emergency mass-distribution of the vaccine began in December 2020 in countries including Russia, Argentina, Belarus, Hungary, Serbia and the United Arab Emirates. By February 2021 over a billion doses of the vaccine had been ordered for immediate distribution worldwide.

Source: Wikipedia