Everywhere you look, it seems as though the
as you remember is disappearing. The economy is in the dirt, unemployment at an
all-time high, a president more intent on pushing his radical progressive
agenda that doing what is right for the country and lawlessness in the
government that has left a bad taste in the mouth of many Americans. Government
approval is tanking, as even the most hypnotized sheep are starting to wake.
Ironically, these same overtones existed on the State Run Media in the form of Jericho, which ran from
2006 to 2008 on CBS.
Plot/ When Jake Green returns to his
small-town home Jericho,
where his dad Johnston is mayor, everyone is preoccupied with petty private
business and family matters, but that changes drastically after a completely
unexpected explosion. It soon becomes clear there has been a nuclear attack,
but neither by whom nor on which scale. Suddenly life in Jericho, and as the
inhabitants gradually discover all over the disintegrating USA, becomes a more
primordial struggle for survival, where unexperienced dangers, primitive as
well as technological, have to be weighed against pressing primal needs, such
as food, fuel and self-defense against plunderers, invaders and even each-other.
While I do not usually review television series as a whole, in this case, I feel it is my continuing duties. As Veterans Day nears, I have been drawn into this series and could not get enough of it. Over this past week, I have been able to watch all 29 episodes on Netflix, and I can see exactly why it was removed from the air, as it digs into the hearts of Patriots and shows how the
States is being destroyed by rogue elements
within the government and military industrial complex. It is so well done, that
it addresses reality in a fictional setting better than any documentary can.
Yes, there are some unbelievable moments that take away from the story, and some of the characterizations leave a bit to be desired, but those are not many. If anything, the biggest negative was the fact that many storyline were never able to be fully developed and a lot of loose ends were left dangling. However, what was accomplished in this series is amazing and should be seen, thought about, discussed and appreciated.
The story is thought provoking, the main characters draw you in and the parallels to our society cannot be ignored. Sure, some sheeple will not ever agree that this series is anywhere near reality, and they would be wrong. The rise of the military industrial complex and their influence on
America is truly devastating in reality, and
they sit at the heart of all of the programs that are destroying the fabric of America. They
talk a good game, taxing the rich, redistributing wealth, unified health care,
but those are the hallmarks of Communism, ideologies that we military veterans
fought against for generations.