Taco Bell provides a peek into the not-so-secret “Belluninati” society. The Taco Bell brand is promoting its dollar menu with a new “Belluminati” campaign that pokes funs at one of pop culture’s favorite secretive cabals, according to Adweek. Created by the agency Deutsch, the effort features video and social media elements. The idea behind the creative commercial is to strategically position Taco Bell as a “not-so-secret” society where people can gain access to fattening fast foods for just $1 CMO Marisa Thalberg told Adweek. Is Taco Bell insinuating that this $1 menu is worth your soul? Taco Bell’s push, beyond having fun with outlandish online conspiracy theories around the illuminati. They made sure to show us all the signs that influences a New World Order. The commercial is clearly pushing people to an illuminati owed business to gain capital while brainwashing people. Is this the masses way of showing us that they really run the world and everything that you eat as well? It seems obvious that the way war for your soul is on. Corporations by definition are agnostic. Is this an attempt to desensitize the masses to the truths of the world? The New Taco Bell Commercial is clearly referencing “The Brotherhood of the Bell” which is a 1970 made-for-television movie produced by Cinema Center 100 Productions and starring Glenn Ford. The film relates how a successful Economics professor, Dr. Andrew Patterson, discovers that an elite fraternity he had joined 22 years before in college is really a callous banking and business cabal that obtains wealth and power for its members through nefarious practice. Be blind if you want to people, but the Illuminati is exposing themselves and their corruption is in high places.
Therefore whatever you have said in the dark shall be heard in the light, and what you have whispered in private rooms shall be proclaimed on the housetops-Luke 12:3