The TV Show “Last Man On Earth” Is An Eerie Shadow To The Corona Virus Outbreak

The movie premiered on Fox on March 1, 2015
On May 10, 2018, Fox cancelled the series after four seasons

In The Movie:
The Last Man on Earth is about a virus that appeared in 2019 and then wiped out the Earth by 2020.

In Real Life:
We learned about the Corona virus in DEC of 2019 and, since that time, it has wiped out our way of life on Earth. We are living in a whole new world order now.

In the Movie:
Tom Hanks was the first celeb to die on the show from the virus outbreak.

In Real Life:
Tom Hanks was Hollywood’s first high-profile celeb case of the Corona outbreak. 

But where it gets stranger is in the last season where we see a world that looks a lot like what we are going through right now. A world where everyone is wearing a mask, hand sanitizer is overused, and coughing spreads fear in seconds. The clip speaks for itself.

But there is another layer of strange that needs to be pointed out. Christopher Miller made a movie before this about a “Businessman President” with “Funny Hair” who tried to “Build Walls”. Oo

On a side note: I also thought I would point out an odd religious pattern in the producers names.

These movies are a team effort between Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.

It doesn’t take much to filter those two names down to Lord and Christ

Make of it what you will.

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  1. I’m not surprised. The news and entertainment industries are actively engaged in social conditioning. It’s amazing how quickly things that were once considered taboo or unthinkable have become the “new” norm.

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    • hmmm… I’m I hearing you correctly? Are you saying that the whole pandemic is staged?

      If I understood you incorrectly please clarify.


        • I’m not one for conspiracies’ because I never see the hard evidence to back them up.

          I’m open to the idea but where is the trail of bread crumbs?


          • How can it be called a conspiracy when we have video interviews of Bill Gates expressing his desire to implement mandatory vaccinations across the globe using vaccines developed by pharmaceutical companies in which he has made a significant financial investment?

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            • So if I am to understand you correctly… Bill Gates is conspiring to release a virus to kill people by vaccinating people against viruses.

              Furthermore, he hides his secret plan in TV interviews where he reveals the secret plan.

              And to make sure the most people die from the virus he warns them to protect themselves from the virus in advance by having the medical supplies readily on hand to live through an infection.

              To ensure he succeeds in his secret plans the TV networks help by laying out full step by step movies that reveal how he will do it in the hopes no one will watch or understand and then use that knowledge to easily stop him.

              This is why I’m not one for conspiracy theories.


              • Again, how can it be called a conspiracy if the entire global agenda has been laid bare for all to see?



                • So the link you posted is for a rebuild of the economy that supports a more pollution-free world but creates more jobs… but somehow this equals human extermination?

                  But you have no problem keeping things as they are today with all the tons of pollution being generated? Oo

                  The article stated the following: “As business leaders and policy makers around the world come to terms with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, what should be their priorities? Do we aim to get back to where we were before, or should we take the opportunity to make society fairer, smarter and greener, and get humanity off the road to climate catastrophe – a ‘great reset’?”

                  How do jobs for less pollution equal human eradication? Where is the connecting dot?

                  Clearly, companies need to do better when it comes to the environment.


                  • Who granted these people the power to dictate public policy? Did you? Because I certainly didn’t.

                    “The welfare of humanity is always the alibi of tyrants.” ― Albert Camus

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                    • You Asked — Who granted these people the power to dictate public policy? Did you? Because I certainly didn’t.

                      My Response — I didn’t either, but that only makes us the minority, we are still complicate since we use and benefit from society.

                      I think we both agree they are monsters and that they thrive off greed, which then leads to suffering but it doesn’t indicate a conspiracy.

                      It does clearly paint a picture of the wealthy ruining the Earth to meet our every desire no matter how insane our wishes are.


                    • I reject any and all accusations of having been complicit in enjoying the benefits of society because I really had no choice in the matter, given that we’re indoctrinated to accept and follow the rules set out by others from the day we’re born and reminded that we’ll face serious consequences for failing to obey those rules.

                      Nor do I accept culpability for those who commit atrocities under the banner of patriotism.. If they choose to join the military and invade a foreign nation for the “good of our country”, then that’s on them, not on me.

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                    • You Stated — “I reject any and all accusations of having been complicit in enjoying the benefits of society”

                      My Response — But you freely use electricity and computers at the expense of materials being mined from developing countries paying slave wages Oo

                      You Stated — “we’ll face serious consequences for failing to obey those rules”

                      My Response — But we both know the Amish walked away from society and they seem to be doing ok.

                      You Stated — “Nor do I accept culpability for those who commit atrocities under the banner of patriotism..”

                      My Response — That seems fair since you most likely didn’t commit them. What the military does is on them but keep in mind that it can still blowback to you (think destruction of Germany).

                      It is the responsibility of citizens to keep the military and government under control to prevent blowback (think 911)


                    • That’s an extremely broad definition of complicit. Based on that defintion, one can rightfully argue that everyone alive (including the Amish) is complicit to enjoying the benefits of living on land acquired through conquest. And what constitutes “slave wages”? Give me a firm number in dollars and cents.

                      Nonetheless, my power is delivered to me over thousands-mile-long transmission lines connected to hydro-electric plants located in Canada, which were (presumably) built by union workers earning top wages. But even if that’s not the case, I had no input in the wage negotiations that took place between the contracting parties many decades ago. Nor am I party to the employment negotiations that take place in developing nations. And in any case, all my computers have been bought second-hand. My “newest” machine was purchased used in 2016.

                      As to citizens keeping the military and government under control: good luck with that. Our interests are no longer taken into consideration, so voting won’t change a thing. The only solution now is to water the tree of liberty, and very few are interested in going that route.

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                    • You Stated — “The only solution now is to water the tree of liberty, and very few are interested in going that route.”

                      My Response — What is the tree of liberty and how does one go about watering it?


                    • The tree of liberty represents your civil liberties — i.e., your inalienable right to live unmolested by authoritarian rulers. It is watered via armed resistance.

                      “What country before ever existed a century and half without a rebellion? And what country can preserve it’s liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms. The remedy is to set them right as to facts, pardon and pacify them. What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is it’s natural manure.”

                      –Thomas Jefferson (Letter To William S. Smith Paris, Nov. 13, 1787)



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