Robert De Niro’s unfortunate censoring of the VAXXED documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival has opened a Pandora’s box of research into the Sloan Foundation, which is believed to have pressured De Niro to pull the film.
The Sloan Foundation was founded by Alfred P. Sloan in 1935, during the height of the Nazi eugenics movement. Sloan was a Nazi collaborator who used his company — General Motors — to enable the Nazi war machine to build more tanks and assault vehicles that were used to slaughter citizens of Poland, Russia and other nations. It’s no coincidence that Sloan himself expressed intense hatred for black and Jews.
Now, we are learning that the Sloan Foundation has infiltrated the independent film industry, offering financial “prizes” to filmmakers who produce films that express “science” in the way the Nazi-linked Sloan Foundation wants such stories told. Some of the film festivals and film schools currently tied to Sloan Foundation money include:
• Sundance Film Festival
• Tribeca Film Festival
• San Francisco Film Society
• Black List
• Columbia film school
• Carnegie Mellon film school
• NYU film school
• UCLA film school
The Sloan Foundation hands out cash awards of up to $20,000 to each person involved in the films it selects as portraying the “correct message” about science and technology, almost always portraying science schemes as the answers to the problems of the world (and promoting eugenics, genetic engineering, vaccines and synthetic biology along the way).
Sloan Foundation involved in writing screenplays and influencing scripts
The Sundance Film Festival openly admits that the Sloan Foundation is directly involved in writing screenplays and influencing scripts that are then selected for the cash awards. As this Sundance web page explains, Sloan Foundation money (propaganda prizes) are paid for films that are “depicting a scientist, engineer or mathematician as a major character.”
The Sloan Foundation money is used to “retain science advisors” (i.e. pro-vaccine propagandists) while shaping the scripts to present the narrative message desired by Sloan. “Both the Commissioning Grant and Fellowship, presented through the Institute’s Feature Film Program, provide a cash award to support further development of a screenplay and to retain science advisors, along with overall creative and strategic feedback throughout development,” says a Sundance announcement celebrating $60,000 in payola money handed out to independent filmmakers.
In effect, the Sloan Foundation, founded by a Nazi collaborator, is using money to shape the scripts of independent films and turn them into propaganda films that promote the globalist “science domination” agenda of the foundation.
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