Matt Damon Talks About the Matrix & Rips on the Big Banks, Trump, & the Media

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I have never been a big fan of celebrities for the reason that most of them are very bad role models and a bunch of cowards. Furthermore, many of them work for the Elite and participate in their satanic rituals. Fortunately, there are some celebrities who have a strong conscience and are not afraid to speak out against the New World Order. – PL Chang

Picture of Matt Damon Speaking at MIT 2016By Mark DeNicola, contributor for

Matt Damon broke out into the mainstream world in a big way by writing and starring in the film Good Will Hunting, which happened to take home an Oscar for best original screenplay in 1998.

Since then, he has been one of Hollywood’s biggest and most recognizable faces, starring in The Bourne series, The Ocean’s series, and many more —including the 2015 best picture nominee The Martian.

But Matt Damon is a lot more than a talented actor; when it comes to intellect, he sits well above the Hollywood standard.

On June 3rd, Matt Damon decided to revisit the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) — the backdrop of the aforementioned Good Will Hunting — to speak to graduates in a commencement address. Rather than simply leaving the graduates with the usual ‘inspiring’ platitudes, Matt delved into other important subjects he has come to know much about.

From Donald Trump and the world’s big banks to the mainstream media, Matt exposed them all in this thought-provoking speech:

Matt Damon Rips Trump and Bankers in MIT Speech

(Those interested in viewing the entire 23 minute speech can click HERE.)

This isn’t the first time that Matt has been so candid. In 2013, we shared a video in which he recited a speech originally delivered by Howard Zinn in 1970 identifying how, contrary to popular belief, many of the world’s problems can be traced to civil obedience rather disobedience.

In 2014, Matt appeared on a segment for HuffPost Live where he shared the story of the thirteen year old girl who changed his life, and how the inaccessibility of basic necessities needs to end now.

Given his stature, both of these public appearances stirred up quite the buzz, and I’m sure that this commencement address is bound to do the same.

I was not surprised to see Matt use this opportunity to touch upon the financial system in particular. In addition to his previously exemplified intellect, he also narrated the documentary Inside Job, which to most of us at CE is still one of the most essential informative films ever made.

The documentary exposes what really brought upon the US financial meltdown, including who is truly responsible and what we as a collective can do about it.

Given how much of an influence they have, I always appreciate celebrities that take the time to publicly speak on subjects they are passionate about rather than simply sticking to questions related to artistic work. Jim Carrey, Russell Brand, and Mark Ruffalo are among the many that have made a concerted effort to expose the truth behind topics such as vaccinations, the world’s elite, and GMOs.

What are your thoughts on this commencement speech? Let us know via the comment section below!

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Mark DeNicola

Joined the CE team in 2010 as a Writer, Director & Admin. — Be sure to check out our new CE YouTube series ‘These Guys’ featuring myself and Joe Martino. — You can find out more about me and my other passions in life by visiting IMDB and my personal website: — You can follow my work on Facebook or on Instagram!

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