Kubrick on the Moon Landings

Am unclear regarding the date of this interview or who conducted it. It reportedly preceded Kubrick’s death by only a week or two. He died from heart attack on 07 May 1999. Stanley Kubrick – Wikipedia 0

You Can’t Forget the Past

The following is from the movie The Two Jakes. It was the sequel to Chinatown (1974), and was released in 1990. Actor/director Jack Nicholson reprises his role as J.J. “Jake” Gittes, a private investigator in post-war (late 40’s) Los Angeles. In the following ‘scene’ he is on his way out to see a client in …

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Deep State Boasts of Taking Out Trump

Napoleon said that history was a myth agreed upon. Henry Ford said that history was “bunk” (bullshit), that it was “made up.” Tolstoy is supposed to have said that history would be a wonderful thing, if only it were true. “Who controls the past controls the future: who controls the present controls the past.” — …

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The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race, & Identity

34:18 – Eric Metaxas – 26 Oct 2020 I copied here part of the transcript, starting around 21:15, that I think is particularly meaningful in today’s socio-political climate. For the sake of context, note that besides being British, Murray is both gay and an atheist. “I don’t wish to be rude to the country I’m …

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9/11 Suspects – Documentary – James Corbett

1:13:20 – The Corbett Report – 2016 Note that the video may start at full volume. You may want to reduce the volume before clicking play. 9/11 Suspects (Full Documentary | 2016) : The Corbett Report In 2016, The Corbett Report released the 9/11 Suspects series in individual installments. Now, as we approach the 19th anniversary of …

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Ryan Dawson on Slavery and The Civil War

Facts that you will not hear today about slavery, the North and the South, Lincoln, the railroads, the Civil War, and more… 10:42 – ANC Report – 28 Jul 2020 +1

Sovereignty – Who is Your Sovereign?

Did you know that in 1860 the majority of people in the Northern States acknowledged the right of the Southern States to leave the union if they chose to do so? Whether they wanted them to or not, it was understood to be a voluntary union. Like being married. So if my wife leaves me …

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Lincoln on Dedication to Truth

Abraham Lincoln loved telling jokes. He believed that a humorous story was often the best way of teaching something. This was a favorite joke he was known to have told his sons… “How many legs would a dog have if you called its tail a leg?” “Five!” his sons would answer. “No, it would have …

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The Land of the Fief, and Home of the Slave

“Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men’s views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so …

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The Trayvon Hoax

The Trayvon Hoax: Unmasking the Witness Fraud that Divided America – film 1:58:59 – Joel Gilbert Even though I tell people that much of what we see today is theater, I am still sometimes surprised at how large it really is. Thanks to G.E. Griffin for the link to the above video and the following …

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Contact Tracers – The New Nazis

Lost your job? Consider becoming a “contact tracer” – CBS News History doesn’t repeat, but it often rhymes, said Mark Twain. Prepare for the New Nazis – the Grandest collection of Paid Busybodies the world will have ever known. First it was ‘Protecting the Homeland’ with the TSA, kapos* proudly selected and paid to assault …

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The Creature from Jekyll Island – Lecture

This is from a lecture given by author G. Edward Griffin in Los Angeles, 1994. 1:13:37 – The Reality Zone – 2017-06-11 I was pleased to see that a copy of this lecture had been made available on YouTube, although technically it was not provided by The Reality Zone. It is 74 minutes long. Having …

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James Corbett – A Letter to the Future

A Letter to the Future – YouTube 9:20 – James Corbett by James Corbett – April 11, 2020 corbettreport.com “The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our life-time.” — WWI conspirator Edward Grey I do not write these words for my contemporaries. We are the damned. It …

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A Friendly Reminder from Tommy Toilet

Who would have thought that nearly 50 years after this was first published the nation would once again take this to heart. I suspect this is the real reason for the recent toilet paper panic. Image by R. Crumb More at CRISIS-19 Public Forum Robert Crumb – Wikipedia Welcome to rcrumb.com – The Official Crumb …

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Erik Satie: Gymnopédies

Here’s one with pictures. Compare this to your favorite slutty half-time show filled with demonic symbolism. Who wins? 15:45 – Special Thanks to Estoy Perdida From the video’s YouTube description… Erik Satie – Gymnopédie No.1 Satie was introduced as a “gymnopedist” in 1887, shortly before writing his most famous compositions, the Gymnopédies. Later, he also …

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The Lord Giveth Increase, but Man Devised Credit

Ever more proof that man does not learn from history – and, in all his greed, pride and arrogance, in fact has little interest in it at all, at least in any real history… “The Lord giveth increase, but man devised credit.” “The general shape of the universal delusion may be indicated by three of …

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Bizet’s Carmen: Habanera

Habanera (music or dance of Havana, Spanish: La Habana) is the popular name for “L’amour est un oiseau rebelle” (“Love is a rebellious bird”), an aria from Georges Bizet’s 1875 opera Carmen. It is the entrance aria of the title character, a mezzo-soprano role, in scene 5 of the first act. It is based on …

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Goering on the Use of Propaganda

Hermann Wilhelm Göring [also rendered as Goering] was a German politician, military leader, and leading member of the Nazi party. He was founder of the Gestapo, and Head of the Luftwaffe. He notes that it makes no difference what form of government you have, you can always get the people to do what you want. The following is from an interview with …

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All War is Based on Lies

The Nayirah testimony was a false testimony given before the Congressional Human Rights Caucus on October 10, 1990 by a 15-year-old girl who provided only her first name, Nayirah. The testimony was widely publicized, and was cited numerous times by United States Senators and President George H. W. Bush as reasons to attack Iraq in …

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A Personal Look at the Patriarchy

At 17 I rebuilt my first V8 engine from the block up. I had a friend whose mother was dating a German who had been a mechanic on the Porsche international racing team. He asked if he could drive my car. I was pleased to have him do so and handed him the keys. Off …

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Glaciers Gone by the Year 2020

and who’s paying for this…. Glacier Park in Montana is having to remove all signs stating that “the glaciers will all be gone by the year 2020.” Not only are the glaciers not gone, many have grown for multiple years in a row. My thoughts? Leave the signs there, and attach a quote by George …

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Always Solutions, to Problems that Never Were

Ron Paul on Health Care… In the days before Medicare and Medicaid, for instance, the poor and elderly were admitted to hospitals at about the same rate they are now, and received good care. As a physician I never accepted Medicare or Medicaid money from the government, and instead offered cut-rate or free services to …

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The Call Girl Principle

Sharing a more personal post this evening. I hope you enjoy… The Call Girl Principle states that the value of services diminishes rapidly once those services have been rendered. This principle may take many forms. There is a story about a banquet that was thrown after Columbus returned to Spain, having ‘discovered’ the New World. …

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