WAS 'DONNIE DARKO' 🎬 A PRE-EMPTIVE STRIKE AGAINST TONY ROBBINS BY THE 🏳🌈🦄🏛🔫 (((HBM )))?!?
Donnie Darko is a 2001 American science fiction drama film written and directed by Richard Kelly and starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Drew Barrymore, Patrick Swayze, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Noah Wyle, Jena Malone, and Mary McDonnell.
As I stated in the previous video, I believe that the underlying message of the film was a pre-emptive strike against Tony Robbins, in order to keep him from doing what Mel & company are doing atm...?!? 🕵 developing
"Therapist – possibly for giving D placebos and not helping him better through therapy, (another one I’m not too sure
VfB's got yer SIX
The entire enterprise of therapy is simply racketeering and allows for the (((homosexual banking mafia))) to ply their trade openly; if criminals weren't allowed the indulgence of (((seeing a therapist))) and having a 'legal' means to assuage guilt; this is essentially purchasing indulgences back in the day
VfB's random observations:
Noah Wyle says the only true line of dialogue in the film
This film is also a guilt trip due to complicity in harming one's host nation - dat ol' tikkun olam, goyimzes 🕍😈
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