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     Films and tv shows are a major part of all of our lives i feel is safe to say, especially with streaming so prevelent now and forward. i for one grew up an avid consumer of video media and have many favourite movies and shows, and here will be a spot to talk about them as i of course have picked up in time a decent amount of them

Quigley Down Under
-This was always a favourite of mine, Tom Selleck and Laura San Giacomo star alongside the late Alan Rickman who as mentioned played the German villain (to distract from who is really stealing the wealth in real life) in the movie Die Hard in this great modern western style tale set in Australia. Australia looks like a nice place, but maybe if we offer them all wonderful incentives they would like to move elsewhere so we can have their country to house our exiled, a population swap of sorts. But an open-air prison would be useless and very easy to get around, and if we're looking to put an end to our current and future suffering that is not the answer no matter how pleasant or welcoming that is, we have other ways that are also welcome and end what's being done definitively as you look around and see what they are doing against us. i would also like plan b, it's palatable, but unfortunately doesn't solve anything at all, so with a sombre tone we must dutifully continue along the path we have paved, it's right there for us, not an easy route but the best one, and again not easy. We have the people to get us there and they are many, covering all aspects of this undertaking, because we sure can't let them continue with what they're doing, have done, and have planned. Sometimes you see “Jews against apartheid” “Jews against settlements” but never Jews against the Protocols of even against Zionism in the political sense not the formation of Israel. You never see that except for once in a very long while like Benjamin Freedman who stood against them long ago. The protocols are the crux, the rest, and there is a lot, is what goes along with it and what is the results of the Protocols in action while they try to fulfill every aspect of the plot. Our plan b would have negligible effect, and we want to make sure it is never accomplished or attempted again

National Lampoon's Vacation/European Vacation/Christmas Vacation/Vegas Vacation
-It's movies like these that reinforce my belief that the first few snl seasons alumni were very good, i won't name them all off but there are many, not all, but many. I read a lot of the National Lampoon's monthly magazine, either new ones in the corner store or picked up used at garage sales and such. Now, to lampoon someone or something is a purported nice way to be insulting or sarcastic about it, personally i'm not a fan of either, so it's great that in these movies there is very little amounts of that, not completely absent but is fun humour not negative like most “comedies” are and have been for a while. Laugh tracks on tv shows make it seem like insulting someone is funny, ask the people in real life being derided if they find it funny, it's not. But it's being done because of poor examples of humour you hear accompanied by canned laughter. As for these movies i am very happy to have found this compilation as each of these are for the most part all very funny and a pleasure to watch. Am still looking for classic episodes of snl but i also pick up movies by the cast of that from the first few seasons, as most of those are fantastic and hilarious. If by any chance you don't know why there is a laugh track on tv shows it is because it compels you to laugh yourself, meaning that without it you for the most part wouldn't find it funny, animated shows do not have that, first off it would ruin the show, second you can't pretend it has an audience and third they are actually funny. Laugh tracks are a cheap trick. There are great sitcoms to be sure, but they are few and far between, you'll have to judge for yourself which are which. Just know that next time you are rude or insult someone there is not another person leaning on the laugh button, just a person with hurt feelings on the other end

Hellraiser/Hellbound: Hellraiser II
-Growing up this world was a large part of mine, me reading Clive Barker in addition to other horror authors unknowing of their intentions, i don't know what they were trying to do but it seemed to have the opposite effect on me. However my favourite Clive Barker books if i had to choose a few would be Imajica, Weaveworld, The Great and Secret Show and it's sequel Everville. Clive Barker i don't believe is Zionist just has misplaced affinity. He actually mentions the main character in the novel The Midnight Meat Train is Jewish, as Stephen King does with the book Pet Sematary. Then you have in Imajica the main characters being Gentle and Judith. Would i recommend these authors? Probably not which is unfortunate, but when i was younger i sure did enjoy them, maybe these had a hand in my desensitization. I will say though that i was very happy to find both of these on blu ray, in the same day i also found the originals of Pet Sematary and Texas Chainsaw Massacre, all of these were probably planted but for this instance i'm okay with having such. So as for the plot of the movies in question which has it's own fanbase and universe it is about a puzzle box created to open a gate to hell where demons get brought to earth to bring whoever solved the puzzle to hell for an eternity of torture, maybe as said reading and watching about all this stuff at a very young age kind of immunized me to heinous threats by them. With the puzzle box it is many times sought after and the synopsis of the story is that after a while of the pain it gets to be pleasurable, is it bad to say such things here? Because none of us want that, you, i, others. It kind of as in the book 1984 prepares you for the threats and possibility, leaving only the most driven and not fearless but brave. i wish i knew some good (our side) horror novel writers, have read a lot of Dean Koontz as well but don't think he is either. i think Clive Barker is a person with good intentions, which i don't think i can say about the others mentioned, maybe his newer efforts are better, maybe not, but i do have very fond memories of either buying books of theirs used and/or reading for hours on end at libraries, those were good times for me. My Dad was a real jerk, to say the very least, so home was hell enough until my Mom left with me when i was about 12 or so. My Dad as far as i can figure since i have the same is he had manic depression and didn't take medication, without medication i used to be quite a jerk as well sometimes, not nearly as bad mind you, then for me add in drugs and alcohol, not great. So what i will do right now while i can is apologize to anyone i harmed in any way, just know that at least now i am trying to make good and have made a complete 180 many years ago, being on medication and not taking part in drugs or alcohol i have made so many improvements upon my base self. Am i going on too much about this? Maybe a bit but wanted to say that. As for Hellraiser there is another part to that, there is both the expression raise a little hell and the action of raising a little hell. The first is for us to do, the second is for us to empower our youth with, raising little hells. It's important to not talk down to our youth, teach them what you know about media, politics, current events and history of noteworthiness that the schools skip by on. Raise a little hell so that they are prepared for the world and that they will flourish in through readiness compared to others, who also have some to learn if you want to teach as many of them as you can as well. We're at a point right now where we made it to our starting position regarding dealing with the Protocols and the rest of the issues related to that, and there are many, now it's about progressing along that path, and it will take years, prepare those you need to, and they need. Maybe a movie to be required viewing would be They Live, it sure helped me as a youth. Stuff like that, and don't just have them watch it, talk about it and it's prevalence in real life, for every media. i will watch Hellraiser again, i will watch Pet Sematary again, but mostly for nostalgia and to reflect on how it shaped me. Shape yours, or at least give them the tools and opportunity to be a fully awakened and prepared person that knows of the powers that be and what they try to do to program them, don't let them be another victim of those powers. Schools are actually very good to a certain extent, of what they can put forward. as for what they can't, you cover that. If you are in any form of media you can also be a school for those in need of any age and i encourage you to do so

AC/DC – Live at Donington
-Always one of my favourite groups, unfortunately they have also been taken over with “their” at the least newest album “Power Up”. This is the blu-ray i bought but also have it for dvd and mp3 that i listen to quite often. Here i will just briefly go through all the songs of theirs performed at this concert
>Thunderstruck
-i think the references to lightning in songs and whatnot about such are to do with the SS and it being like two lightning bolts. The thunder is our speaking and the flag of theirs is also where we get the black/white/red
>Shoot to Thrill
-Some people are born to have certain jobs, and we need some of those people with us. Apply when applicable
>Back In Black
-Been a long time coming but we're here, now to get stuff done
>Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be
-Be brave but also be smart, we need you to stick around and help us
>Heatseeker
-There are many on our side, support them all whenever you can
>Fire Your Guns
-When needed, they aren't going to go easily
>Jailbreak
-Beware of in case of plan b which wouldn't even solve our problem in the long run
>The Jack
-i miss companionship very much but will have to do without, have some for me
>Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
-Very true, with everything we spend budgets on already we can afford and am sure the people paying taxes will agree, on some needed dirty deeds
>Moneytalks
-Maybe this would be good for musicians, movie directors and authors, hopefully with a lot of nobility as well
>Hells Bells
-There's a movie series i plan to get to writing about titled Final Destination, it's a great movie and premise which also marks our opposition
>High Voltage
-We don't want low voltage, we want high voltage
>Whole Lotta Rosie
-A bit of heaviness can be pretty nice on a woman
>You Shook Me All Night Long
-Be around for the long term, if you're going to do something make it stick and keep doing it
>T.N.T.
-Put all that pent up anger you have against them to use, now is the time
>Let There Be Rock
-Not the drug, none of that
>Highway To Hell
-If you're going to go to Hell make sure to help create a Heaven on Earth before you do
>For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)
-Respect
-Well that was just a quick rundown of these AC/DC songs, i normally write more depending on the topic but this is all i have for this in particular. It really is a great concert. As for AC/DC themselves they have tirelessly been doing this for us and doing so very well. Now that they have been taken let their songs that are really theirs be a part of your life and thoughts on issue. When a musician is taken the new songs do not negate previous ones, in fact the new songs validate their previous works and those newer songs are just testaments of their torture. They can't keep quiet on these doings of theirs forever, one way or another this situation will be exposed. Maybe they thought no one would find out but it has gotten so prevalent in the music industry, seriously almost all of them, that they will not be able to contain it, let's do whatever we can to advance that and when it does happen...

Coming to America
-Eddie Murphy has always been fun to watch, it's been a long time since seeing this movie but hope it's good. i really think classic snl was okay, better than okay, even around the turn of the millennium it was alright to a certain extent, what happened to it is a shame. A compilation of the first few original seasons would be pretty nice to find. Now it is dripping with Zion and is unwatchable, i do not recommend you do anyhow, watching it would be to your detriment. They have somewhat weaned away from having music guests that have been taken but when they do there is no mention of it and they are on board for what is being done to them. Now that i'm thinking of it i do hope to find classic snl, as said the first few seasons, just to know for sure of those cast intentions, i bet it's good though. Now, i don't have Amazon Prime, but there is a sequel to this movie called Coming 2 America, and i hope it's half decent because i've been recommending it from what i've seen to friends with that streaming platform. So far as said i know Roku originals are great, Disney+ has a ton of amazing shows, Apple+? Haven't seen that one either as Prime so cannot determine until then if so. There are many available services i'm just talking about ones with original content and whether that content is on the up and up or not. Personally i'm really wondering if Apple+ and Amazon Prime are any good, but i'll leave that up to you to find out for yourself, think deeply about it when viewing if you do, you don't want to watch something that is trying to lead you to your downfall, as can be said about modern snl in addition to all the rest of their programming

Singin' in the Rain
-i've only seen this movie once but liked it a lot, normally i always put subtitles on for musicals so as to not have to strain to both intake the lyrics and see what's going on on the screen. Looking forward to watching this again to greater intake what they are saying, maybe i'll put an edit for that as well as always will but be assured this movie is amazing
     ”Kiss them goodbye, you shouldn't have to jump for joy” Tears For Fears – Shout. We deserve to be happy, well and in a good situation, however we are not being able to in the extent we should be because of one lone faction ruining it for us. Aren't you tired of our deaths and their lies? Our misfortune and their threats? Our sadness and their greed? Well let's get to the time when we will be singin' in the rain and dancing in the streets, this isn't something we chose, this is something hoisted upon us by their actions and their actions alone, we are the response. Think about how nice it would be otherwise at every instance you encounter of their misbehaviour to put it mildly. You see them and what they are doing, and you don't see a lot else of what they are doing, and they will continue doing these and those things until we put it to a stop. Piece by piece we need to get back what has been taken, culminating in everything being in our hands once again, and rightfully so, an example would be the Federal Reserve act of 1917, they have a tight grip on keeping it around but it is very possible indeed for us to quash it. And then bit by bit we take back what was ours until they no longer have anything to keep us at bay with like their media complete with those lies, threats and misinformation that they currently try and subdue us with. So when you see such on their stations for instance think about how nice it would be without what they are doing and join together to take measures leading towards a future celebration

Murder, She Wrote: 4 movie collection
-This was nice to find and didn't even know there was some movies of this series let alone from 2012. Watched a lot of these when i was younger and will be nice to revisit Angela Lansbury in this role and see her takes on modern issues. Writing: Scarlett Johansson and Bill Murray star in a movie titled lost in translation, and i don't think this will be, people foreign do and will definitely understand what's being said. And you can help by talking to embassies who will depending relay your input to the governments of such. i have spoken to quite a few embassies over the years when i have something new and relevant to mention to them, feel like you can also. This is a global matter after all. Another foreign entity to contact would be their newspapers, i have done that as well and encourage you to send in relevant content of your own. Also for the most part whenever something happens regarding a news event that looks either staged or orchestrated i contact the appropriate people in that city and let them know it might be so and if they find anything to put it forward. But no i don't think there will be enough miscommunication for the point to be lost, they will understand. Write in English, they will have bilingual people on staff who will be able to convey what you are saying

The Last Laugh
-Oh.. my.. this looks so good. It's a German silent movie by F.W. Murnau from 1924 in which a doorman is stripped from his loyal duties which he has had for years and he, well i'm not sure yet as i just got it today and haven't had a chance to watch it yet, but the premise reminds me very much of what Benjamin Freedman was speaking about in his 1961 speech about World War I and how it transpired. This movie is now top of the queue to watch for when i have a few hours in a row to spend doing so
     Edit: Not only are they placing people for me they are placing items by donating them to the thrift stores i go to. With this they put a Pal Euro dvd in the blu ray slot of this movie, which is not compatible with North American dvd players. The last laugh is mine for this because i was able to watch the non-restored version on the second disc. As for the movie it was quite good, not as political as i was expecting but still reminded me of the German plight. So this, with the placed items, has been going on for a while this is just the first i mention of it, if you see some movie i talk about and there's any bs about it this is probably why, it was placed to be mentioned. It's also not appreciated as i am very poor and don't get much money to spend so is troublesome getting broken items and media with agenda that Zion wants put forward for whatever reason

Tales From the Crypt/Vault of Horror
-Another what might be great find is this double feature of vignettes, it really could go either way with this one but my hopes are high that is it alright. Edit: i just checked imdb and one of the writers is Al Feldstein, so either we have someone who joined us or someone with Zionist agenda, the first would be nice but doubt it. Oh well i'll give it the first few parts and see how it is for certain then put another edit after that

Child's Play
-This is the opposite of the Tom Hanks starring movie Big, in this one a criminal is put, through incantation on his death bed, into the body of a toy resembling a small boy, while in Big the man is really a small boy who wished to be big. Here's the thing with the Tom Hanks one, it is part of a Zionist genre where they portray their grown men and women as really being something else to pull at the heartstrings of the people that are watching unbeknownst to that. There are many just keep that in mind

Quiz Show
-i have many movies to get to and this is definitely one of them, it is a Robert Redford film based on the true story of one game show of many that was staged and had a champion who was given all the answers, sound familiar Ken Jennings? It is not a singular occurrence either and is being done as we speak on the aforementioned Jeopardy for one example of many, there are good ones, i believe Family Feud is okay, but there are many others and you can notice, in another game, poker, you gauge your plays based on what the other player puts forward in their actions of different kinds, and people have tells, the same is true for acting contestants. One might be where the actor guesses the answer more quickly than any person could, i'm not talking even purported geniuses like the ones trotted out on Jeopardy but the ones with more “everyday people”. Then you have ones that do not react to the long list of Zionist forms of questions and say wtf with actions or voice. Etc. They just are not real people, they were prepped, scripted, and put forward to dupe the audience, but i guess actual people not only wouldn't be as fast paced and exciting but wouldn't play along with all the agenda being shovelled out by them. Be very wary of any and all quiz shows, this is yet another time that we are being taken for fools

The Tragically Hip: That Night in Toronto/Bobcaygeon
-i have spoken at length about Gord Downie and The Tragically Hip so what i want to bring up now is Gord's effort to educate about the residential schools in Canada where indigenous peoples were abused and even murdered as per the findings of unmarked graves near those schools. This issue is one that i was not very aware of until these finding were made public in mainstream media (Canada's media is for the most part great). It's a sad situation, very much so, and was covered up for years and even continued til relatively recently. i hope reparations are given to a great extent, Native means original, they are the original inhabitants, and we were the ones exploiting them to say the least. These indigenous peoples are a good lot, they aren't committing crimes and stick to themselves, partially because they are almost forced to, but are continuing to keep their traditions alive with admirable effort and i hope they do. For us we need to give Native Canadians overly acceptable reparations and make the living conditions they are currently in much much better. There is no indigenous plot to take over the world, it was our world that took over them. So each and every situation is different, and you deal with each occurrence separately, even though my heart is heavy for what has been revealed about the residential schools i stand by what we are doing otherwise about ending Zionism. We need awareness to get everyone on the same page, how much pity will the opposition get after it's revealed what they are doing to our favourite musicians for instance? i absolutely commend Gord Downie for his work bringing attention to the history of the residential schools and action for the betterment of Native Canadians, he was ahead of his time but now everyone is in the know and hopefully will make good for previous wrongs

Bridesmaids
-This is a movie i actually owned before but picked it up again because i like Paul Feig as a director, the cast, and the writing along with his/their other movies. Originally i was put off by some of what seemed like anti jokes but in this instance they aren't meaning insult

La La Land
-This looks to be a love letter to Hollywood so i don't really want to bring it down with negative parts but for every good person in charge of producing there is a Harvey Weinstein. i was looking for an opportunity to say how cool i think singer/songwriter Marina is so will spend this writing on her. i noticed her first with her newest album, seeing videos of her on youtube, with the song Ancient Dreams in a Modern Land but want to mention here Venus Fly Trap. In the video she wears a shirt with Harvey Weinstein gone to jail written on it and the rest of the song goes with that theme, it really is a great strong piece and she is brave for putting that forward. She might seem and somewhat sound like a popular music artist in her earlier work as Marina and the Diamonds but even those were very well written and are pretty nice to hear. As for the movie La La Land it looks fun and i hope it is, there are many good parts to Hollywood where dreams are made and we sure do enjoy watching what they do. As for Marina she's made it this long and i hope she continues without being taken over like almost all of her fellow musicians

Dear Mr. Watterson
-This is a documentary i just picked up and hope to watch soon about the newspaper comic strip Calvin & Hobbes which is about a boy, Calvin, and his real to him tiger friend Hobbes. This comic ran for 10 years and has always been loved by many, including me for sure. i used to sit in a bookstore and read these laughing and laughing out loud everyone could hear, but how good is this series. Have also owned the complete collection of books and did read them often, maybe i'll go about getting these again. If you want a good read that will make you laugh and be happy go with these

The Matrix
-Okay, so i mentioned before about how i was on the fence about the Matrix movies, that is for a few reasons, first they do mention Zion but in a good way, maybe they just wanted to get the word out there so people would look it up? And the sequels which have only seen once a long time ago. Other than those The Matrix is awesome and i love it, if it is good. Another reason i was worried about the validity of this is that it might be a primer course being that they know this was coming and wanted to breach the topic on their terms. But anyhow i'm going to side with the goodness of the movie, it is after all one of my favourites and i will try to get into the two sequels again sometime to check what's going on with those

Conspiracy Theory
-Been a while since watching this movie but did like it very much and am a fan of Mel Gibson so will give it another viewing sometime soon. What i wanted to talk about though is the term conspiracy theory, it has a negative connotation when is something that can be very factual, there are conspiracies, when one person or group conspires against another person or group, that is a conspiracy and it happens all the time. The Jews say the Protocols are not theirs, well they sure do like it and put it to use. Would there be a group that creates this ultimate plot for world domination just to blame someone else for writing it? The protocols are being followed to the letter, and have been in use for much longer than the point when they were officially transcribed. i believe the term Jew is mentioned twice in them, something they say is meant to blame them for such, only twice? They didn't know that this document, this plot, would be widely shown and found out about, this was directions just for them to know and go by. But it was found out, and we have been working for years to let this be widely known and stopped, ended. It is a fate to wrench your stomach, and must not be allowed to happen. Now we have the ability to organize and means to counteract what they have so far put in place, but they grow in power if we don't act and quickly. This is their conspiracy against us, they have conspired by doing this and are continuing. As said the Protocols prove themselves through their usage and it is the Jews, the ones who have been doing so and have put their efforts into fulfilling it into action, before the document and especially after. There are many facets to everything they are doing in step with this, the Protocols alone are enough to warrant decisive counteraction by us but what they are doing envelopes every aspect of our lives and has grown to so much more, which is reason all the more. None of what they are doing to us is positive, as it is what they are doing to us not for us, it is for them alone at our expense. So when they say oh this is false about the Protocols, let the history of their actions speak loudly in proof of it, for they have followed through with everything they have planned in them, it is theirs and is just a written down version of everything they have been doing against us for centuries, it's just that now we know

Terminator 1/2
-Major James Cameron fan here and you don't get much better than Terminator 1 and 2, the rest were not by him and even the Dark Fate one which purported to have him on turned out no good, so the only ones that count are the first two to me. In the first one the cyborg is the model 101 version, 101 being the torture threat from the George Orwell book 1984, mentioned many places including the Jewish IDF soldier Gal Gadot's wonder woman 1984, but i digress. So the model 101 terminator is a relentless villain out to kill the mother of the resistances leader, John Connor, now i always thought the best way to raise a child would be as ready for the opposition and equipped to deal with propaganda and their efforts against him/her, more than gunplay and such as in the movie but still very cool for the story as told. Arnold normally also plays the good guy in his movies and in part two he does so this is an odd but very fitting role for him. Part two is no slouch either, definitely one of the best action movies ever made with constant, well, action, and a deeper delve into the story of the future and how today eventually creates it. Let's try and do better in our real world than our fate in the Terminator movies

Die Hard: 25th Anniversary Collection
-Why did i buy a Zionist movie series like this? Well i liked these before and are still enjoyable when i turn off that mental radar warning. Bruce Willis is notoriously a favourite actor of the opposition, i can't think of one movie of his that isn't theirs. As for Die Hard the villain in the first movie is Hans Gruber, a German portrayed to be robbing a building of worth, how's that for a twisting of reality? This is based on a book but that book could be also of dubious writing, or chosen simply for the reason given. It is of note that i bought this collection still in plastic on blu-ray for $4 and it is still in that plastic, at some time i might watch the first two again but that's it, yes, yes, i shouldn't give them the time of day to begin with but they do make it so difficult to resist sometimes. Maybe the moral of this is for both of us to be even stronger and cut out all and every effort by them to guide us in the wrong direction no matter how palatable it seemingly is. Let's all try and do that more often

Ghost
-What a fantastic movie, always enjoy watching this. Rest in peace Patrick Swayze. Demi Moore was great in this as well but i want to mention something about Whoopi that she has had a great career and still does as far as i'm concerned, and it's always a pleasure seeing her (and her friends) doing everything they do. But yes, i like Whoopi. Back to Ghost though, i wish it was like that, Heaven, Hell, good rewarded evil punished (in an afterlife), but we just die. On a pleasant point, we forever affect everything we've touched different ways in our lives.. that is the take-away here, we make differences of good, and not. It is up to us to do the rewarding of good and the punishing evil, while we're here, it will make this a better place to be for the time we last or until there's a way to back up our memories and thought process to implant in a computer and machine, i hope to last til then for one, you should also, that is the forever life. A rom with save ability of your brain to play in emulators like we do with video games. For those not in the loop of those it is a program that makes the computer think it is a Playstation 1 for instance, and when the game checks the computer says yes this is a Playstation 1 go ahead and load the game, and it does, so when you have a backup of your memories and how your brain is wired you can be placed in either a virtual world or a humanoid robot, very cool, and we're almost there, look forward to it and just try to stay with us til then. To note, i appreciate religion, not the pitfalls that go with it but as a way to enjoy life as awkward as that sounds given the rules and regulations, but it got us pretty far didn't it? i don't view the bible as a textbook of fact but as parables which may have good reflections for us, and the idea that we are all divine, which we kind of are, we are a miracle for sure. Don't be good because the opposite gets you grief, do good because it gives good to others, and that in turn continues. Help for the sake of helping, you are constantly given choices, so always take the best fork in the road for the most good every time or at least every time you can

Futurama
-With all my speaking about how great Family Guy and American Dad are don't think for a second i don't feel equally the same about The Simpsons and Futurama. While Family Guy is outrageous at every instance The Simpsons is more subtle, at least in my favourite seasons of such, both being amazingly funny in their own ways. The first few seasons of animated shows seem to be kind of practice, getting a feel for the characters and whatnot, then they really shine. i haven't seen quite a few seasons of each but plan on watching the newer ones first and making my way back as i think the new ones are more on point. The setting of Futurama allows for a lot more imagination on the writers and animators parts and they do fantastically with everything they come up with, maybe being the most creatively free series of those mentioned because of that. Futurama along with the other mentioned shows and more are available on Disney+ and are a nice highlight of that platform

The Breakfast Club
-Another John Hughes film, this one about a group of high-school students forced to take detention after various misbehaving of theirs, which they explain at parts through the movie. They all have their quirks and uniqueness and while at first are combative to each other they listen and relate eventually. This is kind of like us, maybe globally, all of us differently able with our own qualities put together and have to do our best with what we've got. Right now we are needed, to quell a global threat to us all, Zionism's practitioners. We all have our own positive attributes and are required to put them to use in what we're doing, and with all of us on board we have everything covered. It's just a matter of getting to it as in putting everything started and in motion, completing our to-do list one task after another. When we combine all of us together we will succeed, we just need to get started, aren't we already started? We're just beginning

The Sound of Music
-What a wonderful movie. For a long time i was unsure of this but turned towards it with the lyric “songs we have sung for a thousand years”, and that made me sit up and pay attention. We have been at what we're doing for a long time, longer that a thousand years in fact, and have a task to complete, sometimes i think about plan b, the largest internment centres you have ever seen, but we are here for plan a not b so must stay the course at all costs to get this right as any lighthearted action risks the entire human race's downfall. Two thousand years ago was the advent of Jesus in the Bible, who some now say is Jewish, he was actually from Nazareth, and if he were Jewish why would the Talmud, the Jewish holy book, denounce him constantly and say he is boiling in a river of excrement? Why would they be against him if he were one of them? Not only that but it was the Pharisees themselves who had him tortured and crucified. i try to watch The Passion of the Christ every Easter to remind myself of what he went through as depicted in the Bible, and he was most certainly not Jewish because of what said. As for The Sound of Music it is now one of my most treasured movies, of course it depicts a family fleeing from the Nazi's but that's just because they couldn't do it otherwise, so what might look like an anti movie is actually one of ours if you listen to the lyrics and more. All in all very very enjoyable

Joker
-DC movies are more stealthy than Marvel ones, Marvel movies are pretty obvious with their agenda DC are not. i have not read their comics to any length so don't know about those but imagine they have the same general story characteristics as the films. Joker has no real plot, it is a personality driven origin piece which is well done on the surface, they make the character look bad though but go figure as he is the villain of the Batman series of course. At first i enjoyed this movie, but being by DC it follows their unscrupulous courses. The same can be said about the story mode in the DC video game series Injustice, starting very nonchalant but gets progressively more agenda driven as you progress. i bought this movie when it first released on blu-ray and held onto it for whatever reason, it is a movie that could have been good in an alternate universe as DC likes to delve in but ultimately is doomed by it's original intellectual property ownership and so follows with their negative intentions towards unbeknownst viewers. Skip unless you feel like being taken for a sheep

They Live
-This was a formative film for me growing up and i attribute it in part to my frame of mind when viewing the world, seeing the reality of consumerism and more importantly propaganda. In the movie there are a group of rebels who know of an alien invasion that has come and integrated into the Earth society through especially media of different sorts, and this group has developed a pair of sunglasses, and soon contact lenses, that lets the wearer see their true form. A parable for our time for sure. We have our own people in media as well, respect them and what they are doing, but do know there are that other faction as well and watch out for them. See what's being put forward in real-time, as second nature. Does it take practice? Maybe. But once you know you know and when you are aware you are aware

The Jackie Chan Experience: Rumble in the Bronx, Jackie Chan's First Strike, Mr. Nice Guy, Thunderbolt
-An awesome compilation of a completely awesome person who always plays the good guy. Jackie Chan is so talented it's almost unbelievable, it's been a while since watching a movie of his but have been wanting to again sometime soon. i am not fully up on every martial artist in the movies, mostly also Bruce Lee of course and Tony Jaa... but they are the best ones i know of. What they can do with their bodies is completely impressive, a lifetime of practice and training culminating in a fine-tuned spectacle of greatness. If you try and try and try and put the time in becoming better at something you can achieve a level of perfection like Jackie Chan. Be the best you can be at what you are into, you don't have to be the best in the world as good as your idols and mentors but the best that you can do, and that can be pretty impressive as well gaining you a spot among them

Ferris Bueller's Day Off
-This John Hughes comedy, if i can call it that, is not a laugh out loud film of sorts, but is funny though, and may be my favourite of that genre. At the start of the movie Ferris talks about ism's and how there generally are no good ism's a reference to Zionism am 100% sure, the whole movie is a work of genius and if you're looking for a fun time with lots of on point topics covered this will be for you. It really is a feel good movie and if you haven't seen it get to it

The Road
-Based on the book by Cormac McCarthy this excellent movie from novel details the new life of a father and son set in a world under the dark skies of a post apocalyptic setting after an asteroid, neither the book nor movie mentions what exactly happened but that would be the reason for the situation. The book was amazing, one of my favourites, and the movie does not disappoint in the least. If you are interested in this could be us tale i suggest you read the book first then watch the movie, up to you, you will enjoy either or both

Citizen Kane
-Widely regarded as the best movie ever made this 1941 Orson Welles film sure is a good one, it's firstly about a well to do businessman who decides to start up a newspaper, something i similarly encourage anyone who wants to publish do with the resources we have now, i have this covered but if you want to bring something new and unique to the table go for it. So he creates this newspaper which reminds me partially of what Henry Ford did with the written series The International Jew, a good read indeed. Mr Ford learned of the worldly plot and set out to warn the people of the globe about it using his own money and availability. A grand man to say the least and has been a shining example of the kind of people we need now as well and as much as ever. Henry Ford will forever be known as a man of vehicles but to me i shall remember his brave and valiant efforts to inform the masses about what is going on hidden underneath their noses. As for Kane, i don't want to ruin the ending but what i can tell you is that he pines for winter