It's a political encoding.
Gravity: Buddha & Da Vinci fore more). Do we normally associate Cap with the Liberal Left? No, he's everything that's good about the conservative Right, which means, this is a foreshadowing technique throughout the film: Cap keeps telling Sam "on the left" because that's where the film is going to take place, in the issues, problems and conflicts created by the left. So, if Cap is running circles around Sam, why does Sam even bother helping?
Because of us.
HYDRA, rather like COBRA in the GI Joe franchise, is depicted as a snake with multiple heads (it's possible we will see a hydra in Hercules and the Thracian War this summer with Dwayne Johnson). Since it was founded just after World War II to protect America and the world, SHIELD has been infested by HYDRA agents creating international catastrophic events to create a fascist New World Order; in real-world terms, that's employing Agenda 21 to decrease the world's population and take complete control over humanity's rights. We just saw this in Noah last weekend: the "flood" is just a metaphor for the massive destruction about to be unleashed to destroy all those who won't live according to NWO principles. And there is something important they have in common,....
Remember that "relic" from Noah, the skin the serpent in Eden shed that was passed down through the line to Noah? Well, that snake is probably a metaphor for Satan, yes, Satan. Please recall, during the Democratic National Convention of 2012, the Democrats publicly (on national TV) booed three times and denied making God a part of their platform! There are undoubtedly Democrats who are Christians, however, the party itself has definitely made its platform that it is anti-God (not to mention all their other positions which are against God's teachings). So Noah wants to look like the party of the "Creator" (they never say "God" in the film) but in reality their creator is Satan, identified by the snake skin "relic," which is exactly what we have with HYDRA which leads us now to the Winter Soldier, Bucky Barnes.
Because he is a soldier of the Cold War between the capitalist West and the socialist East. We know Alexander Pierce is mentally unstable when he says, "Your work has been a gift to mankind," but he says it to Bucky, not to Cap, like what we expect him to say from the trailer, and that's why the trailer was sequenced so that way, so when the film came to that part, there would be maximum shock value so we could clearly understand how perverse Pierce and HYRDA really are, and what they represent in the real-world, which now leads us to question how Bucky is controlled.
This is quite a film for him. When he shows up at Steve's apartment, he tells Steve that his "wife" kicked him out, and Steve responds that he didn't know Fury had a wife, but Fury does have a wife: SHIELD, and in ordering the hit on Fury, his "wife" has "kicked him out" of the organization. Fury has devoted his life to SHIELD, which ties him in with Steve whose titanium shield is so important in helping him fight. With the death of SHIELD, we can say, Fury becomes another "Black Widow" because his life-long work appears to be finished, but it isn't. Several sources are making quite the ado about SHIELD being dismantled--because that applies to the television show Agents of SHIELD as well--but I don't think it's that serious of a situation, because now the Avengers and company are "invisible" to HYDRA and it's going to be harder for HYDRA to fight SHIELD if they can't see them, which leads us to how Fury "sees" and his eye,...
|Not being big into comic books myself, I found this morsel of information from Cineblend.com and wanted to share this with you: Crossbones, also known as Brock Rumlow, has an incredibly important role to play in the saga and history of Captain America, and that ball really started rolling with Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Played by Frank Grillo, Crossbones is introduced in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as an undercover field agent for S.H.I.E.L.D. who is actually allied with HYDRA and simply waiting for a moment to show his true colors. He is an important antagonistic force in the movie, with key battle scenes against both Captain America and Falcon, and his final scene leaves the character in a fascinating place. After HYDRA’s plan has fallen apart, Crossbones is left as a charred, barely-alive mess of a man – plenty of motive to look for revenge. The writers also mention how Red Skull--the villain played by Hugo Weaving in Captain America the First Avenger--was teleported off the planet by the Tesseract and they expect him to show up somewhere in one of the next, upcoming films.|
Eat Your Art Out,
The Fine Art Diner