The Wizard of Oz (1925) A Silent Movie Review

The Wizard of Oz

Did you know that The Wizard of Oz was a Silent Movie in 1925 before it was a talkie and a musical in 1939. Plus it apparently was full of animal cruelty, sexual harassment and racial stereotypes. There’s a review of it at the  link below from Fritzl Kramer of Movies Silently:

The Wizard of Oz (1925) A Silent Movie Review.

Of course, as most people know The Wizard of Oz was created in the late 1800s to signify the control the central banks have over the world economies, including the US economy. The Tin Man signified the working man, the Scarecrow signified the ordinary people and the cowardly lion signified their leaders who in the end are terrified to confront the Wizard who controls the Gold Standard. The Yellow Brick Road then signifies the gold standard. In fact practicially everything in The Wizard of Oz signifies something or another connected to the controlling influence of the Central Banks including the wicked witches and the good witch, the munchins and whatever else. You see, if you didn’t know that already, you learn something new every day! (There’s a great documentary on this story here.

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