As we reported yesterday, Michael S. has won the Leader of the Post-2012 World election after running a strong campaign. The election was run by the Institute of Human Continuity, and today they officially announced Michael as the winner on their YouTube channel. Here’s the infamous Barbara Lewis-Penn revealing the results:
Just an uninteresting, simple video to announce the winner, right? Well, there is well-played subtext in Barbara’s body language. Throughout the video she seems a bit uneasy (could be poor acting), but she really gives it away at the end, when she tacks on the line “for everyone”, as though she forgot or suddenly released she needed to reassure people. Then she shrinks back and bites her lip right before the video ends. Clearly, she doesn’t believe what she’s saying.
What does this small hint of deception mean? We know Barbara is knee deep in the IHC conspiracy where they and Aerospace Robotics Corp are building vessels to transport the rich off Earth when the descruction of 2012 hits. She’s obviously having trouble lying to the public about the IHC’s real intentions.
The vessels being made are supposed to be for lottery winners, but thanks to our new pal at NaaczaalTixForSale.com, we know that personalized tickets have already been made up, thus prooving the lottery is a hoax. Today he updated his blog post today to answer some of the comments left for him. He mentions that there are different color tickets, and that he has a green one for a spoiled rich “artist” named Isabella St. Simon. Surprisingly, she has her own website, which is officially part of the 2012 Experience. There’s no info to gleen from the site yet, but maybe we’ll get some updates.
In any case, congrats to Michael S. for winning the trip to Cancun and probably becoming a figurehead leader for the IHC so they can continue to scheme behind the scenes.
2012 opens nationwide November 13th. You can discuss these updates to the viral in the comments below, or on our forum. Also check out the MovieViral 2012 page for more info on the film and its viral campaign.