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Half life 2 Game exposing the dystopian future for humans?


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WARNING - Long post, but interesting - something to think about


I am a huge fan of the game "Half life". But when you play it, it gives you somehow a very weird feeling, how the game developers/writers created the story of humanity in a post alien invasion scenario. Somehow, when playing the game, I notice that all that happens to humans is quite exactly what David is saying about how the elite would like to enslave us humans. More to this after the short story plots of the game for people, who do not know the story. For people who know the story, please continue further down.


For people who haven't played the game, here a short sum up of the story (very short versions - really just the gist of it) - SPOILER ALERT!!!:


First game:

Scientist Gordon Freeman works in a top secret underground research facility called Black Mesa. They are stuying teleportation (like CERN?) and Alien technology. An incident happens, as a portal to another universe is opened and hundreds of alien species pour into this universe, killing alot of scientists.

After trying to survive and get out of the now collapsed research facility, Gordon starts to find out, that a lot more has been going on than he knew of. The U.S. Government has known about "the other side" for some time and has captured Aliens in the past to do research for military purpose. Because of this incident, the military has now launched a black op cleanup, where marine soldiers kill all remaining surviving scientists in the facility. Gordon survives (of course). Bla bla bla yattayattayatta Gordon saves humanity from the Alien invasion.


But now the interesting part: After finishing the game, Gordon is being offered a job by the Man in the blue suit, called the G-man. He has watched gordon during the entire game (you can see him on multiple occasions in the distance). He looks human, but clearly is not. Game ends with Gordon deciding, whether to take the offer or decline.


Second game (here is where it really gets interesting)

Gordon wakes up several months or years later. Somehow he was in a state of sleep or coma or whatever. He wakes up on a train with other people. Everybody is dressed in blue slave like uniforms. You can talk with every character and they all say things like: "Dont drink the water! They put something inside to make you forget!", or "This is the third time I have been relocated. I will never get used to it". Even more sad things are said over speakers from a computer voice known as Overwatch. An AI that controls the population (for instance how many people are allowed to be in a building, etc). When you get out of the train you are being monitored by drones and lots and lots of police.


So what happened in HL2?

The opened portal from the first game has caused an invasion by an alien force that has enslaved humanity in less than a day. Humans gave up and became slaves. The bad guys (called "the combine") ensure that the humans are kept in a low vibrational state. They do it by sending out a frequency that deactivates humans to be able to procreate. They put stuff in the water. They let the people starve and only give them food, when they obey. They perform genocide and kill lots of people without saying why.


I will not say more to the story, because for those who have not played it, to not spoil too much. But if you have not played it yet - do it. It reveals a lot about the plan that is in place for us humans.


If interested, here is the entire HL story:


Or if you want to watch the whole story in Game-Movie-Version, here you are:



My two cents about the connection of HL2 and the real world:

- The frequency to enslave humans (make them sterile and conform) sounds a lot like the whole mRNA vaccination an 5G being put in place - you never know, if you need altered DNA, so that the 5G frequencies can actually take over your mind and connect it to AI without you even knowing it.

- The Police, who are themselves influenced and blackmailed to kill their own kind and torture and use fascistic measures to control the population is a too big red flag for me, seeing how this world is changing into that exact situation from HL2.

- The systematic breaking of the will of humans, so that they willingly become slaves. (Ex.: If you conform, you can see your children again. or: if you conform, you will get food -> or in the real world: If you conform, you can go back into pubs and venues)


Here is a video explaining how evil the "combine" are:


I have more comparisons and come to conclusion, that this game is almost prophetic, if we humans dont stand up for ourselves soon.


I am very interested in reading your comments to see what you think.

Edited by kevinwayne
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I don't recall ever owning or playing the original Half-Life game, but I certainly did enjoy Half-Life 2, though it was sadly one of those games I never got round to finishing, think I ended up getting about two thirds of the way through.


When it came out back in 2004 (nearly 17 years ago now), to me it was "just a game". But with all that's been happening in the last few years, I'm slowly starting to see the scenario in this game playing out in real life.



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Syndicate Wars is another.


Viruses, Microchipping and corporations.




At the game's opening, the player-controlled syndicate (called EuroCorp) is at the peak of its power (achieved during the previous game), a megacorporation controlling the world through a combination of military and economic power, and technological mind control, using the CHIP implant technology they developed.[3] Corporate decisions are facilitated through a number of AI entities connected through a global communications network.


As the game opens, this totalitarian status quo is threatened by the emergence of a virus named "Harbinger" in the global communications system, damaging mind-control CHIP implants and leaving citizens vulnerable to co-option. Some of the newly liberated persons, dubbed "unguided citizens", choose to engage in an armed insurrection. The Unguided appear in early missions as random antagonistic elements, but over time form a well-organized militia.[4][5]


Viral damage to the global network causes disruption to Syndicate coordinations, with individual stations isolating themselves to avoid receiving rogue communication. The London station, as the headquarters of the EuroCorp syndicate, attempts to regain authority via direct intervention by the game's signature quartets of heavily armed agents.


The virus was released by the Church of the New Epoch, a religious group led by a group called "The Nine" and following a religious text known as "The Book of Cataclysm".


The Church are seeking to undermine the world rule by corporations in favor of subjecting its parishioners to its own variety of mind control. "Harbinger" was their first step in demolishing the existing world order. The Nine began as the Otherworld Research Group (ORG), a group of top scientists who were researching alien technology found at an archeological dig site near Reykjavik. The ORG went into hiding to continue their research on "The Codex", an encrypted set of alien technological information, subsequently forming the Church.[6]

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