Stanley Kubrick was an accomplished, renown, film director of American birth. His films were widely received and known for their innovative cinematography, creativity and ingenuity. The subjects of his films were diverse and infused with cleverly infused messages directed to his audiences for informational edifications.
• A Clockwork Orange, was a clarion call that allegorically exposed the machinations of MKULTRA mind-control and programming, at the height of its operation during the time of the film's production. When viewed by those knowledgable to mind-control crimes, experiments and such, Kubrick clearly demonstrated clearly that he had collected inside knowledge of these operations, and wanted the public to be aware of it. After receiving death threats directed at himself and his family, Kubrick had the film removed from circulation in the UK.
• The Shining, one of his more mainstream films, darkly portrayed isolation, the seduction of demonic evil, supernatural cognition, and a man's descent into homicidal madness. The insular debauchery, and classism of the 'elite' were also touched upon as well.
• Full Metal Jacket accurately depicted the rigours of basic training, military mental indoctrination, peer-terrorism and soldier as gang-member. Also delineated was the resilience and tenacity of an invaded peoples, and the contextual utter absurdity of war.
• By far Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut, was his most cinematically expositional. With insightful aplomb he reflected the realities of the most taboo of subjects: satanic cults composed of elites, human sacrifice and paedophile networks. The front drop dealt with a professional, bored with his life and specifically his marriage, until his curiosity brings him in full contact with the realities of an underworld that slithers all about him. Eyes Wide Shut was a commentary on disaffected decadence as a lifestyle, as much as it was an exposure of the organised evil lurking about just beneath the surface.
Shortly after screening a final cut of Eyes Wide Shut for his family, Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman and Warner Brothers executives, Kubrick suffered a sudden myocardial infarction in his sleep. What makes his untimely and sudden death suspicious is the nature of the very verboten subject he covered. For those unfamiliar with the real crimes, personalities and the institutionalised power of satanic groups, Eyes Wide Shut's depiction presented it in very real terms. I would imagine that in the circles of Hollywood this would not be something desired whatsoever, especially when Kubrick had full artistic control and final editing. To the powers that be, this would be yet another in the series of exposures into the realities of their operations.
Something to be mindful of is how relatively simple it is to induce a heart attack in a targeted person. There are a number of chemicals, some of them classified, which can be used to perform the deadly task of producing premature heart failure. (Ex?) Mossad agent Victor Ostrovsky detailed in his book how a network team of Mossad agents once drugged a target and induced a heart attack by immersing him in freezing cold water while he was unconscious. Depending on limitations of time, resource constraints and credible backstory engineering, assassinations of this type are not only technically possible, but have been historically implemented as expedient methods of untraceable murder.
Viewed in the abstract the suggestion of Stanley Kubrick's possible murder seems incredible at first glance. However when placed in the context of the premature demise of many extraordinary and charismatic individuals it is perfectly plausible. For the extraordinary individual is a threat not for what they know, but their potential influence on the masses. A prime example of this would be John Lennon and Bob Marley.
Kubrick was quoted as often stating a very revealing credo of his: "Be suspicious of people who have, or crave, power." He added, "Never, ever go near power. Don't become friends with anyone who has real power. It's dangerous."