Of Stage and Screen

     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

No Country For Old Men
-The reason i picked this up is because it is based on a book by an author i like, Cormac McCarthy (The Road). Although i am hesitant about the Coen Brothers i figure to give this movie (and other McCarthy book) a try. The title is one i say softly as i don't want to insult people who are older, what's wrong with old men? It probably explains the title in the movie. There is no problem here with the aged, it can be a benefit in fact, except for the learned elders that is. There are so many older fellows i respect and admire, one of them also happens to be the President of the United States, who is doing a fantastic job i can say. Some might say i am old, i'm not a senior but am no spring chicken either, maybe a happy medium. Enjoy your years, i've heard it said that as you age time seems to go quicker, and am able to attest to that. Keep adding on to your experience and keep adding on to your knowledge, you will live better and better with some fun stuff in there for enjoyment

The Addams Family/Addams Family Values
-Am trying to broaden my movie watching to include more comedies, i do like them when they are done well and without a lot of insult humour which am not very fond of. These are very fun and am happy to have them now. Unfortunate about Raul Julia, let his legacy continue. Halloween is on the way and i'd like to watch some horror movies in preparation but am thinking to mix it up a bit with these two in there as well. There is now an animated version and a sequel to it also but have not seen either, maybe they are good? That would be nice. For these i hope to get some pleasant laughter from, there are positive funny comedies out there but lots of the opposite also, however i'll let you be the ones to determine which is which. Again it comes down to intention, appreciate the good who mean well and skip on those that don't

Matrix Reloaded/Revolutions
-It's not looking good for the Matrix. To start, the first Matrix has a scene saying goodnight to Zion, okay, maybe they mean the deep sleep? Next was the videogame of this series where you are tasked with saving Zion, hmm.. maybe it's like in the first one where they just want to get that word out there where people will look it up. Then there are these two, which might have been a waste of money for me unfortunately. In these the last bastion of humanity is Zion, and they are fighting the evil machines out to destroy them. Neo? Their supposed saviour. Here's what i think is going on with these films, they knew someday things would come crashing down on them so they have this movie to ease the public to their side, and after reading the Protocols do you have any desire to save Zion? Now, i am going to watch these, but as stated earlier it's not looking good, seriously, go read the plot/synopsis of these two sequels, not good at all. Shame really, these could have been great, they almost are, but turns out to be a Zionist Trojan horse of a ploy. After watching i will do an edit, but don't expect it to be favourable, for now go look up those synopsis' which i should have done before looking to buy these, something you should make a habit of as well

Dirty Work
-Was great to find this Norm Macdonald movie. The premise is that he and a friend need some money for a good cause, the friends Dad's new heart, and decide to take up a revenge for hire business to make what they need for that. Problem is i don't want revenge on me, you or even them. i believe i am playing fair and being humane, and expect the same from you and the opposition. Revenge is for things past, what we are doing is preventing the present and future harm. If i were to have to go let that be humanely as well, otherwise let me continue. It would be nice to keep doing what i am doing but if it were decided against me i would rather go in peace. And i do not want petty revenge tactics taken against me while i am here, again i play fair and expect the opposition to do so as well. What we are doing is not so much for revenge, it is forward looking not backward, but am sure you can understand those who have had losses by them would like justice very much. Not revenge, justice. If i can go peacefully they can as well, while i am here i do not want to be bothered by them, so in the meantime let me be as i am doing what's right

-This series was quite funny when i watched it years ago, am sure it still is even though Jason Alexander is the lead character's voice. Some great episodes there. When i was young i watched a fair amount of Seinfeld, unbeknownst about the agenda. i'm sure many of you can relate, maybe you still watch Zionist sitcoms, i have my share of media consumption of theirs, as long as it doesn't phase you. To mention though the amount of their propaganda i intake is minimal. Not while growing up though, i was full of Zionist intents, books, television shows, movies, videogames. i guess we all were to some extent considering the ratio of ours to theirs. But i learn quick and when became aware of what was going on it was a speedy transition to only what is ours. It's kind of an awkward subject to bring up to people, Zionist agenda, the way i breach it is about the intentions and media that have negative ones. But do bring up the topic in any way you can when the subject arises

Fletch/Fletch Lives
-i also am very self-deprecating, if i wasn't this would be very difficult. While i don't appreciate Zionist insults i know of their initial source, there is a saying water off a ducks back, don't let it phase you and that could be advice for all of us. This movie stars the very funny, snl cast member, vacation having, comedy man Chevy Chase who i really like, and a satire such as this will be very enjoyable to see, i hope and think so, the first one especially. i don't watch a lot of comedies as the Zionist agenda is thick in that genre, but do find a few of ours here and there that are hilarious. Speaking of such, Dave Chappelle is in trouble again, this isn't a good time to be a comedian, what the hell are you allowed to say nowadays? i can't stand cancel culture and think it is about weakness, brazen insults are one thing but taking a jab at something in society that has a tinge of truth to it should be acceptable, and i've been insulted a lot. It should amount to whether something said is meant as jest or if it is meant to be mean to someone. There is a fine line but maybe each instance should be judged on it's own as it's usually pretty obvious how something is meant. Cancel culture has gone way too far and everything is having to be politically correct, in comedy and elsewhere, again i'm not defending certain mis-steps but if a comedian let's say says something they regret an apology should be suffice, again on the basis of each and any instance. You'll know what is what

Saturday Night Live: The Best of Chris Farley
-Happy to have this, it will be nice to see how funnily talented this fellow was. i'm telling you SNL used to be funny and i believe ours, unfortunately it hasn't been in many years. i still have the earlier than these cast to try and find best of's about but these will be fun as anything to watch for sure

The 6 Degrees Collection: The Big Picture, Flatliners, Hollowman, Trapped, In The Cut, Where The Truth Lies
-The 6 degrees reference is from a trivia type game where you can name anyone in Hollywood and they will be within 6 degrees of separation from Kevin Bacon, the star of these and many other movies. This is made a lot easier by a great resource of ours,, the Internet Movie Database. Here you can see the cast and crew of every single movie ever. Liked a movie? Look it up and click on the director to find all the movies he or she has helmed, same goes for actors and actresses and so forth. But the main thing is writers and directors to judge a movie by. On that note if you watch a movie and it is Zionist bs you can avoid those ones. Maybe you're thinking about going to see or purchase a particular movie, look it up, for the most part you can know the agenda by the amount of Stein, Blum and Weiss' you find attached to that. It's not perfect but it's a guide in the right direction, or direction of propaganda as you might say. And you will find much more directors that do not have Jewish names that are part of the problem, Ridley Scott, Quentin Tarantino, etc etc. So whether you like a movie or not this site is indispensable in either finding more good movies or ones to not bother subjecting yourself to. Also, there is an equivalent site for videogames,, here you can check every game by every company and play/avoid ones from what you've found. Life is too short and mindspace too precious to subject yourself to those who have ill will towards you through various media. As said you can find havens of ours scattered among the opposition's programming traps they have set for you to see. Support our efforts, squelch their plots

Ferris Bueller's Day Off
-This was written about by me before but have finally found the blu-ray version so figured to give another angle of this great movie. i'll let you know that this is about a guy on top of the world having a fantastic day in Chicago with his friends while skipping school. And they do have a lot of fun. it's not just Ferris enjoying the day but his companions as well. While not everything we have to do is “fun” we have our moments and can look forward to fun in the future, moreso. A little sidenote here, in one scene with the parade the song Danke Schoen is sung, which means thank you very much in German

Reefer Madness
-Marijuana is fine, and can be fun while not addictive, there is worse. Heck even alcohol is one of the worse ones, however i am not going to take this spot to talk about problematic drugs as i have mentioned that often and you know how i feel about those (never do crack or your life is ruined). So the good drugs.. Prescription medication, caffeine, acetaminophen, and the referenced marijuana which is a cure-all heals what ails you medication. Although now and for quite a while i have been enjoying my favourite state of mind, sober, i have done my share of weed as well mind you, but never had any major problems with it, not like other drugs and alcohol which are fit for the garbage bin if i could say. Illicit drugs and alcohol lead to regrets, pot pretty much doesn't, and is much more enjoyable during and afterwards. i will say about this 1936 public service announcement, Reefer Madness, that the facts didn't and still don't hold true for marijuana, but if you replace every instance with the real problem, which wasn't around back then, crack, then you have a very similar output. But i talk about that often, right now take your anti-depressant, have a coffee or cola, smoke a joint and enjoy all the pleasantness that brings without doing any harm like the others do

The Road
-i already have this phenomenal movie on blu-ray, as this one is as well but for a friend who i recommended it to. This has to be the most accurate vision of what a post-apocalyptic future would look like and is again based on the Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Cormac McCarthy. Everyone seems to purposefully neglect talking about the very real danger of an asteroid colliding with Earth, when it needs to be front and centre of our priorities, or else. So don't think it's inevitable, we can divert any asteroid with almost the technology we have now, so lets get that going!

-”Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away, now it looks as though they're here to stay, oh, i believe in yesterday” Another wonderful movie to get to watch along with Yellow Submarine. Looking forward to both. There's a James Bond movie titled You Only Live Twice, that's World War I & II, the third instance is on it's way, and that will be tomorrow. As you look around you see the troubles we currently have, let's do everything we possibly can to rid ourselves of what's being done against us and those that are doing it. We have a bright future ahead of us if we do, and a dismal life of ruin if we don't

The Evil Dead
-Wouldn't that be nice. This is the ultimate edition of this Sam Raimi masterpiece, a movie and director i have always liked very much. This first version was remade as Evil Dead 2 which is also a fun watch but the original, this one, is great just for different reasons, being able to see the initial vision and then improved upon for the second film

Robocop Trilogy
-Was hoping just to find the first one of these on blu ray but found this trilogy instead, the first being especially good and directed by Paul Verhoeven who i like. The other day i picked up a sweet Robocop t-shirt, a very nice one, and plan to wear it proudly repping the police in a time when they are unjustly getting a lot of flak. The ones that act unduly towards citizens yes should be punished to the full extent of the law but the vast majority of them are out there risking their lives to protect us day in day out, something which doing so has been a thankless job recently. Once in a while you see a misbehaving officer get a lot of attention but realize that there are countless altercations resolved successfully each day and many lives saved because of them

To Kill A Mockingbird
-This is a movie about race relations, this very well made special edition probably placed to try and make the plight of African Americans compare to that of the Jews. Which is not the case at all. There are different circumstances for every ethnicity, and i try to just count the positives as no race is above another, we are all different races of human. There is one group, the Jews, who thinks themselves as gods compared to us, but they aren't. With race, i am only against that faction, not because they are Jews but because of what they in particular are doing. If it was the Mexicans who created and follow the protocols i would be against the Mexicans. But it's not theirs. i will also mention that the problems we face from them are not systemic, an overused word said incorrectly much of the time as it means complete or in whole, not just many. Thing is the majority of Jews all know what's going on and being done, and say nothing, even relish in what their brethren are doing with the thought that they are running the world, when in fact what they are doing is ruining it for everyone but themselves. Again, if the Talmud let's say was the Australian holy book it would still be just as heinous, and the fault would be with them. But the protocols are not Mexican, and the Talmud not Australian, the multitude of wars initiated are not by the French, no all these things are of the Jews, that's not racism that's a fact, and all of them know that, say nothing, and advance the agenda of their own at every available instance

Saturday Night Live: The Best of Will Ferrell vol 3
-Will Ferrell makes you happy, no blue material or insult humour for him just wholesome laughs and he is deserving of at least 3 snl best of's. i've also seen him on late night talk shows and he is very funny on those as well. Nice guy and he is well worth the stature he has gained in comedy. A friend of mine was looking for a movie of his based on the snl sketch titled Night at the Roxbury and i found multiple copies at one of the thrift stores, i picked one up for my friend but it looks hilarious and i would like to get one for myself as well. i bet Will is a fun and nice guy to know, it sure would be a treat to meet him, unfortunately i probably never would have the opportunity but congratulations to those who do

Saturday Night Live: The Best of Will Ferrell vol 1
-Norm Macdonald was a good man, a nice man, a Canadian man... He joked about when he dies he doesn't want people to have a wake for him and be happy but to console each other about his death, i will do a bit of both. i've been checking youtube videos of him and damn is he funny, a friend this morning i was talking to about him said he had $10 jokes but $1,000 delivery and that sounds about right. i actually just searched for $10 jokes delivery to see if i had the right amount and noticed there are lots of sites for humour which is cool to see, i do like comedy a lot and don't prioritize them as much as i should. But yes, Norm Macdonald, definitely check some of his skits and interviews etc, did you know he even had a sitcom? It was probably great, will keep a lookout for it. Norm was fired by SNL, the official reason was for his jokes about O.J. Simpson but i bet it was because of his jokes about Jews controlling Hollywood and similar jokes on late night television shows etc. A compilation in this set is not available, there is no Best of Norm Macdonald even though there should be, so you have to go to youtube, no complaints, lots of content there that you wouldn't get on such a collection. i will miss him, as many will, he was very very funny and i laughed hard at many of what i watched of him and am looking forward to watch much more of him at any opportunity. Will Ferrell? i'm sure he'd rather me talk about Norm than himself in general, there's always vol 2 and 3 to praise him anyhow (he's very funny and a pleasure to watch also)

Purple Rain
-i miss Prince, there's a lot of great people i miss. However we get to indulge in what they left behind. i wonder if the “rain” is purple in colour or if he's talking about mass action on our part, probably the second

The Exorcist Anthology
-Not sure if this is any good, figured to give it a try. America is in need of an exorcism

-He winds up dead and broke, because you can't take it with you, maybe he should have been a carpenter

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: 20 Best Episodes of Season 1&2
-Now this is what i'm talking about. The original series. In addition to the Iron Cross there is what looks to be a villain orange beast with a quasi star of David on him. Nice

Saturday Night Live: The Best of Amy Poehler/Tracy Morgan
-These will be what i collect for classic snl. And by no means does this mean i endorse current snl, at all. i believe it was good once, and for a while, then it flipped to junk. But yes these collections will be nice to have and i hope there are ones for earlier original cast members as well. RIP Norm Macdonald

Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
-i haven't seen this movie so can't vouch for it but today is yesterdays tomorrow. According to the plot write-up this group is looking to stop a plot to destroy the world, something that can't be said about us, we are the ones looking to stop them and the same can't be said the other way around. So looks good. Lets do our best to make the world of tomorrow better in every way we can than it is today, we're doing great but there is much we can improve as well

Lord of War
-War profits the banks and destitutes nations, and many times are orchestrated or initiated by those powers that will profit from those warring. Many times disagreements can be worked out peacefully, but that means less money for the loaners. Always look for a solution that doesn't involve war first, instead of the opposite way around. Many times factions can find a compromise that works better for everyone involved

-Am not familiar with Steve McQueen but have heard good things about him and this movie looks pretty good

Spawn 2
-Have a friend who likes this character, and so do i from what have seen. This is the second of four i believe of this animated series, i will try and find the first to start with before watching. Would Spawn be considered a superhero? Kind of. There's a Linkin Park (RIP Chester Bennington) album titled Hybrid Theory with the cover of a soldier with wings, and Spawn is a bit like that i guess. Angels can have a bit of darkness to them, and sometimes is needed to do what's required

The Mary Tyler Moore Show
-Picked up season one of this show and it looks great, very fun and very on point am sure being set in a newsroom. Unfortunately we have lost Mary herself, but she lives on through shows like this and the Dick Van Dyke Show. i bet with this premise i will enjoy the Mary Tyler Moore Show very much as millions already have

Burn Notice
-This series was recommended to me by a friend who knows i like Bruce Campbell who has a role in this television show that is about a spy going after his nemesis to redeem himself. While this series isn't directed by Bruce Campbell mainstay Sam Raimi it does have him himself who is always a joy to watch

The Nativity Story
-This i have seen available and didn't pick up until today because there was a 50% off sale on movies so went for it to try at one dollar twenty-five cents, what originally held me off of this one is the cover that shows Mary in a light blue headscarf that has three horizontal also light blue lines that probably represent the Israeli flag, so am hesitant to watch. I've mentioned before the reasons why Jesus was not Jewish, birthplace, Jesus against the Pharisees, the Talmud references about him... So what i want to say here is about an interview i watched the other day where a guest said yes he is one of the chosen ones when mentioned about him being Jewish, Chosen by a fictional character then? (forgive me for that) and this goes to the promised land, promised by who again? i like the Bible and religion but it shouldn't have a place in government, separation of church and state. So indulge in the Bible but don't let it affect our daily lives in a negative way, and definitely don't let it affect the Palestinians daily life in a negative way either

The Truman Show
-Jim Carrey is a great one. i always delight in watching him interviewed on different shows, funny And smart. The True Man Shoah. This movie is sure to be a pleasure to watch, been awhile since seeing it before but am certain it will be a feel good film again

Blown Away
-Just an action movie that looks very good, maybe with the cadence of action like the movie Speed

A Charlie Brown Christmas
-i think it's okay to like this one, been awhile. This movie is against the commercialization of the holiday season, personally i don't mind that, it's fun to buy presents for friends and loved ones, but yes i do agree it shouldn't be the main focus. Cards, songs, well wishes abound, a bit of everything and all joyous. Do not forget the meaning of Christmas though, it gives us something to celebrate, to enjoy. And if it wasn't for the opposition infringing itself upon our religion we would be all the more thankful, but be so and disregard what they infer

Taxi Driver
-Along with the multitude of great people that ride in taxis and whatnot you get some that are real problems, both passengers and outside the vehicle. That's what this movie is about, a taxi driver that sees all the trouble out there day in day out and it gets to him. This is a Martin Scorsese film who i have always liked but am now divided on, i hope he is okay, it would be nice if he is. Am also a fan of Robert DeNiro just to mention. But yes, his character in this movie, let this be motivational to you to help clean up any undesirable goings on but not in the same way as DeNiro handles it, you can do much better in different ways than that. There are people's unfortunate behaviours that negatively affect others to put it mildly, and we do need to clean that up. Let's do that through political means without bleeding heart policy or lack of action. What we need is strong government legislation that makes it's way to every town and city. As i'm sure you can see it is needed. We pay our taxes to be safe, so it's time for that money to go towards better doing so

-These look pretty good, i haven't had a chance to watch these yet but look forward to. It's reminiscent of Marvel's Blade series in genre but i am more inclined to go to these instead even though i like Wesley Snipes. With what i do with this, and going to the thrift stores and timed meals etc i don't have a lot of time to watch movies or play videogames, to me that matters but obviously everything else takes precedence, so i look forward to after we're all done and on the other side of this to be able to do such, for now it's just on weekends but i do really enjoy media of different sorts. As if right? i don't know when i'll go but will try to get as much done before then as i can. Until that point i'll have to settle for here and there for fun, and i do enjoy that when i can

Bryan Adams: Live at the Budokan Japan 2000
-Whenever i would like some cheering up i much of the time listen to some Bryan Adams to feel better, and better than better. His studio albums are all good front to back but i am partial to his So Far So Good, Best of Me, and Live!Live!Live!. So this is especially nice to have. And in Japan at that. i always wanted to learn Japanese but i really have no need to for any reason so i decided to skip, it would have been cool though. Japan would also be a great place to visit am sure, the people all seem so nice and there is not a lot of fighting among themselves. It always looked like it would be stepping into the future with so much technology, which makes it's way to the rest of the world afterwards. i'm not into any factional supremacy but do think the Japanese are pretty damn cool. Every nation has their positive traits and am sure other of those factions are better at certain things than the Japanese mind you but just saying. That's why there are many different sports at the Olympics, and that's only for physical skill while there really are countless other skills as well to be adept in. If you like something and are good at it or want to be, keep at it

-This is a 1968 musical film based on the novel Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens that won the Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Director. I have heard good things about this movie as well, namely that it has anti-”Semitic” undertones, not as good as overtones but i digress. But yes and although i haven't seen this yet believe it talks very much about the banking system. Another author who is very anti-”Semitic” is William Shakespeare, especially in The Merchant of Venice. And while this entices me to watch this movie it also encourages me to read both said books. When you are labelled anti-”Semitic” you are on the right track, hence the backlash. The term is so widely administered it has lost any meaning beyond them just not liking what you say about them. Wear it like a badge of honour for standing up to what they are doing. Hollywood is very Jewish owned so if you are in that field be prepared with facts to back yourself up with to make what you're doing have effect and not just personal opinion although anything you do is appreciated. There is very much a difference between anti-”Semitism” and anti-Zionism, so whenever someone accuses you of the first affirm that you are the latter and explain all the reasons why, and there are many reasons to mention. Even the good of them fail to stick up for us so they get clumped into the ones at fault for what's being done, they even have more ability and opportunity to do so but don't. So the next time you hear someone being labelled as anti-”Semitic” think about what they are putting forward and determine their intentions, most every time it is with helping others from the clutch of the Zionist entity in mind

Xena Warrior Princess
-This is a phenomenal series from Sam Raimi, of Hercules, Jack of All Trades, Evil Dead, the Spider-Man Trilogy among others. It's always a pleasure seeing what he puts forth and i really enjoyed watching this show when it was originally on television. Strong women can be sexy, and a woman with a strong view is sexy as well. She-wolves some say. And i'm speaking in general, not just about the main concern but all of them, it makes for nice conversation as well. There's time for speaking about fun stuff, which is also very enjoyable, but sometimes it's great to either agree or disagree about a topic, either way makes for interesting dialogue. So keep being smart sexy opinionated women, it's actually a turn on to the type of people you want to be turned on by you

Bruce Lee The Master Collection
-Other than you or i could potentially be there is one fellow who is definitely as cool as James Bond, Bruce Lee. What a guy. What he was able to do must have taken his lifetime to perfect, and his talent is undeniable. There are all sorts of cool though, name your topic and there are experts. Maybe you could be the Bruce Lee of accounting, of city building, of web development (lots of Bruce Lee's doing that), the list goes on for as many instances as there are. You can aim to be the Bruce Lee or you can aim to be a Bruce Lee, both are just as good and needed, this isn't so much a competition although you can strive to place first if there is one, the goal instead is to help each other be and do their best for the betterment of everyone involved, whether one person or world affecting, each is important. Do the best you can, then do even better, only comparing yourself to others if it is motivation to exceed your expectations of what you can accomplish. i often reference relativity, and that's because it is integral to your way of thinking, you might think oh that guy has a bushel of apples and i only have five, but then you realize the next person down only has one. If you really do want to have your own bushel of apples you can go towards that, just realize that when you have that the next fellow up has an orchard, and so it goes. Keep that in mind with everything, relativity, when good or when not. What goes along with this is contentment, being happy with what you have, and that is also very important. If you want to keep up with the Jones' that is perfectly fine as well but don't make it the be all and end all of your existence. I for one am very happy with what i have, but still desire more, at least i shop cheaply. But i do not get jealous when i see someone in a mansion, i am just as fine in my humble abode. Desire is fine, it motivates you to do and have better, but try not to get too down about what you want but don't have, if you strive towards that hard enough maybe just maybe you will achieve that

The James Bond Collection
-Now this, this is amazing. i've only seen a few James Bond movies but always liked them, am wary of the Daniel Craig ones but have new respect for the earlier films which i will start watching from the beginning of course. The world of espionage has always intrigued me, as am sure you as well, it's such a cool profession and can imagine it being very interesting even though high stakes am sure. For most of us depending how involved and vocal we are about Zionism or other similar global entities, we have videogames, books and movies to whet the appetite for intrigue. Speaking of books about this there is one i read a long time ago, a memoir by Peter Wright titled Spycatcher about his time in British Intelligence Agency MI5, very interesting read and i would recommend it to you if so desired. CIA, MI5, Mossad, two of those are your friends among others in said global community, Mossad has no friends, they are a self imposed lone entity against all the others and have no allegiance to any nation other than their own and their Israeli interests. What they glean from other intelligence agencies is not held in strict confidence and is used as they see fit regardless of danger to other nations. As said though, you yourself can contact CIA, MI5, and any other of these you think appropriate for what you want to say or divulge, they know Israel does not have their safety or security in mind. To be sure your information gets through to the appropriate venues you might want to contact some media with your information as well. You can also be involved in this, be brave, be smart, but be a part. In this time we can contact any person or entity we want, make use of that, you want to be involved in espionage? You can be. You want to be as cool as James Bond or Jane Bond? You can be. Don't wait, every day that goes by you are missing out on precious time that you could be helping with. Join in, the longer you wait the more Zion advances against us when we need to be advancing ourselves and allies in both defence and offence with action and retaliation against them and their harm to us and what could be a more harmonious global community

The Bodyguard
-Whitney Houston was an extremely talented individual, looks to have been nice as anything as well. The worst thing that happened in her life was when someone said to her something like hey try this it's really enjoyable, about crack cocaine. Then her life was ruined. One try and you're addicted, destined to spend the rest of your life looking for more, and more, and more. What a terrible thing that happens to people, this is why illicit drugs such as crack should never be decriminalized, one try and you're hooked. What Whitney actually needed saving from was this debilitating drug, but let's try to have it where no one gets hooked in the first place. In this movie though Whitney is in danger which is why she hires said bodyguard, and forced musicians now need you to be that for them. Anything you can do to help, signed or anonymous, put it forward, do not be silent. Maybe a musicians actual bodyguard can put forward what they know and have seen. Anyone and everyone.

Final Destination 1/2/3
-i've seen the first of this series and liked it very much. The premise is that for one reason or another a group of people avoid predetermined death and then are chased after so to speak by the power that keeps that in check. Very well made movie and the second and third ones look great as well

Demolition Man/Judge Dredd
-Demolition Man is a favourite of mine, a very fun feel good movie indeed. i have not seen Judge Dredd yet but looks quite good also. We are the judges, we are the jury, and we are the executioners. When the facts about the Protocols to start with as well as all the multitude of other information is put forth we will each be the ones to decide on administering the punishment we already know and need to implement

Boyz N The Hood
-Growing up in a ghetto must be terrible, all the vices and allures available and pushed on you. Either you are a part of it or are a victim of it. Not receiving the appropriate care for the most part whether in school help or some in the community that look to drag you down. Some make it out of the “hood” and do well, but the odds aren't in their favour. Sometimes there is motivation and there should be more of that, whether at church, work or said schooling, to give a boost of confidence about the great things they are able to achieve if they work hard at it. And they can, best thing to start with is make a modest amount of money, enough to get out of the ghetto, and move somewhere more palatable where your effort helps you go far. There are very successful rappers and athletes who get most of the fame but having a skilled job is a great achievement as well and pays the bills quite nicely. Maybe a restaurant worker, a bus driver, or something else noble, you have the ability to do very well at work that provides a positive difference in peoples lives. Your choice what to do and the possibilities are endless. Have fun spending your paycheck on good things (or savings), you've earned it

Bad Boys 1/2/For Life
-Whenever i see someone on tv let's say carjacking a vehicle to escape from the police i think what the fuck do they think they can get away with that? They just get caught and go to jail for a period of time. Let's make that period of time longer. i understand it's greed that drives most crimes, but if the punishment is exorbitant there is more reason for people to obey the laws we have in place to protect ourselves and each other. Speaking earlier about crack the people that want that drug don't care about long term planning, they just want more crack, and are the ones who end up in those police chases. Just play by the rules and there will be no legal repercussions. It's like the ten commandments, only there are thousands of them, all which we have agreed upon through voting. Laws change over time, what we as a society deem acceptable or not, like marijuana, we have found it to be okay, it is not physically addictive and doesn't cause near as much hardship to people's lives smoker or others, so we have decided to allow it for the most part. Laws help us, police enforce those laws, and we all want to live happy and safe. Again, laws evolve, such as with abortion, to reflect the values that people want others to adhere to, so if something you think should be legal isn't, or something illegal you think shouldn't be there is space to make change if it is agreed upon

Ghostbusters 1/2
-These are the two original ones, the ones with good Bill Murray. i wish there were more Jews that, in addition to the ones there are, put forward agenda (in a good sense) in a way that helps us by them turning against the Zionist entity. As said there are Jews against apartheid and Israeli colonialism but never about the big stuff, we need that. Apartheid and Israeli colonialism are big stuff as well but it's all relative as is everything

Ong Bak The Thai Warrior 1/2/3
-The first one of these is spectacular, haven't seen the two sequels yet. Tony Jaa is one of the best martial artists there is though, right up there with Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan, sorry if i don't know more like the ones mentioned but i am a casual fan albeit an admiring one. The third in this series is written, directed, produced and starred by Mr Jaa in this entry. And it looks incredible, that being the word as he and other masters of this physical art have finely honed bodies and years of practice that culminate in these acts of extraordinary ability. Everyone has what they are good at, it may be too late for you to become a world renowned martial artist but you can be a well known good person of other skills, the world's your oyster, your job may be one thing, maybe it is something you are great at, but you also have what you do in your spare time, for fun or passion, and you keep getting better at it and enjoying it just as much. And that is the crux of it, you enjoy it very much, so keep at what you love, the podium has space for everyone

The Bible: In The Beginning
-We are living a bible, all of us, we have our own printing press and the tangible differences we make in other persons lives who in turn make their mark partially because of you. Each of us contributes in the new bible and it is enormous. Whether it is a post, a tweet, or in actual person we share our own bibles with others which becomes one major interwoven patchwork entwined in all of time past, present and future. People pass on but their life is still written on the pages they were a part of that they created by living their lives and their interactions with others who in turn do the same and it continues from what that person that is no longer with us did. Your life is a book in the new bible, and there are billions, put forward what you want to leave on for others, not only in text but actions that make things better in the field you want to be a part of. And you are a part of something bigger, just like the first bible, you have similar divine purpose, and that is to improve the lives of not only yourself but everyone else, you don't have to be in charge of each person in total but others around you from small scale to large, whatever you can do makes a difference. In our bible what do you want to fill the pages of you?

-If there's one person i hope to have as one of ours it is Jim Henson. Creator of Sesame Street and The Muppets among other endeavours this is a man put in charge of many of our youth. This movie is in part put together by Lucasfilm, a Zionist company which is very troubling indeed, with this movie i hope to find out what side is which with him, maybe Labyrinth was a mistake on his part and the rest is good? That would be nice. What i would suggest to you is be an avid watcher of what your young family members watch, that way you can feel secure in letting them consume at their impressionable age or know what to disallow and explain to them why. Even for those of you that don't have anyone that watches youth shows it might do you good to check out what's being done, by both us and be proud or by them and be sickened. Maybe Jim Henson has gone through phases, it's possible, thinking about his efforts it kind of goes to either side and i will definitely try and keep on top of this. With youth programming, and it really is programming with such, you don't want to have them sit in front of your enemy putting all sorts of junk in their heads, you obviously want to nurture them and teach them well and how to navigate our world successfully, when the opposition has complete control over their thoughts and behaviour you are setting them up to fail in every way. Some may say that any television is too much television, and to some degree that is true, but it is another medium like books or videogames, there are both wholesome and destructive media, a lot of which you can't notice upon initial inspection, that is where your mental database kicks in of which entities are which and share with your loved ones so they know and can see as well. i guess the word is unfiltered, that's what children get put towards them, parents are out of the room or busy and what they receive is a steady stream of Zionist agenda, not all the media they watch but a major percentage of it. Again, no television? How about shared viewing of shows and curated television. If you raise your young ones to be critical thinkers and give explanations and examples of what to watch out for they will be far better off than if you didn't. Start as early as you can but you are never too late. As for Jim Henson, damn i hope he is okay, if not that will be a real loss for us and our loved ones

American Madness
-Wow what a great movie. This is the first Frank Capra movie i see other than of course It's A Wonderful Life and i look forward to watching more movies by him. The premise is about a well managed bank that goes through a run on the money and is saved by those who have been helped by their earlier loans. i have had good interactions with my bank where they have come through for me albeit on a small scale, so am happy to clear this up a bit about everyday banking, one of the problems is with them having fractional reserves, where they only have to keep on hand i believe one tenth of what they actually have available. This practice has gotten out of hand and if there was a run on the banking money now for instance they would not be able to fulfill all of the customers who have their money in such an establishment. Barring said run on a bank the fractional reserving is understandable, the problem i have is with a dubious solely for profit “bank” called the Federal Reserve, which is neither federal nor a reserve. What they do is buy American bonds when they are released and then are loaned back to America at a gain for themselves and the detriment to the country. We need banks, that is a given, we want somewhere safe to hold our money, while i do not endorse fractional reserve banking which was conceived long ago, it is doable. What the Federal Reserve Act of 1917, that was pushed through Congress, there is now a business that is in charge of what America has the money to do. i am not a financier and will leave the logistics of what needs to be done about this to the experts on this topic, lead with your knowledge. What a can suggest is to repeal the Federal Reserve Act and after that all the money currently owed to this ill intended action over the years against American wealth, basically a skim of such, will be null and void. There will be heavy opposition by them to keep this instated but we must have the willpower and bravery to accomplish this

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
-i agree with Warren Buffett about taxing the rich, right now enormous companies pay basically nothing through loopholes while the hard working pay more than they can afford. Imagine what could be done with that extra windfall. As have mentioned i am not a fan of theft, whether it be small scale or the largest. So instead of speaking about that i will instead speak about a song from the soundtrack of this movie that happened to stay on the charts for a very long time, Everything I Do (I Do It For You), by the talented Bryan Adams. What a song, one for those in loving relationships around the world. Hold them close and feel this song for you. Everything you do, do it for them. Both your loved ones and those who need you, for yourself as little as possible, just for others. There's a fine balance so just do what you feel is right. Even waking up every morning and heading to work to support your family/better half is doing it for them, they need you. We are in the time of action now. this is when we all step up and do our part, whether full time or extra curricular, this is no longer about what one person can do (i'll do my best still) but about us in the millions doing together and individually whatever parts we can fulfill. Again, remember, everything you do, do it for them, the loved ones you know and the loved ones you don't

Son of God
-Can someone who is science minded wish there is a God? Yes, of course! i believe people started wanting such so much and wanted there to be more time with loved ones up above after their body was lowered into their grave, let alone a way to explain the beginnings and purposes of life in addition to a set of rules to live by in order to be a good person. Now i have only read certain books in the Bible, it would take years upon years to read the whole thing fully, but pleasantly found what's called The Action Bible which i have mentioned in a positive way before and am very happy with, this way while the main Bible itself would take years to read each time this would take a week maybe two to read completely allowing you to read it maybe once a year. Keeping the standard Bible to look up specific readings. Science explains everything, there are many subjects we aren't fully aware of but when found they can also be explained by science. i do have a soft spot for religion though, it got us pretty far didn't it? Jesus may be the son of God but all of us are made in God's image, each with individual attributes and detriments of our own, emphases on attributes though, as that's what moves us forward while detriments hold us back. How was the black orb of matter that exploded creating our universe originally made? That is a topic science can or will explain, but before we knew any of that, viewing our world and space through microscopes and telescopes, we have the Bible. While it's not perfect it's as close to perfection as you can get for what it is. i am happy reading religious texts, they are stories and teachings to help us along our way, to give us hope, faith and guidance through troubling times. Following the morals of the Bible, the ones we as a majority agree with, is a wonderful life indeed and results in less negative behaviour happening to you, the reason being that if you do only good in your life the opposite doesn't gravitate towards you, and yes bad things do happen to good people but mostly by people that don't follow the same rules. Have your own relationship with the Bible and what it puts forward, i would suggest not to think of it in a bad way, there are those that exploit God and Christ for money or otherwise but they are not true Christians, the Christians i know help others worldwide with all sorts of aid and support. Jesus, born in Bethlehem, must have been one really cool guy that any of us could aspire to be like. It is asked, what would Jesus do? Keep that in mind but also follow your own intuition and set of morality, Jesus is there to guide, you are the one who makes the decisions. If you are not religious just think what is the best most positive thing i can possibly do in this situation. In your hard times it is nice to know someone is there for you, and he will be

Jackass: vol 1/2/3 movies 1/2/3
-These guys are freakin awesome. i am not a fan of MTV but i will leave that out of this, i believe they were given free reign and were able to decide themselves what they would do. i doubt i or many of you would subject ourselves to what they have been doing since Jackass' inception. There is a new movie of theirs set to be released, subtitled Forever, it's difficult to see if they are being forced into anything with recent stunts and such but i sure hope they are okay and doing these things of their own volition. i have watched all the mentioned series other than the 3rd movie which i picked up today and will enjoy immensely am sure. Sometimes when you see something it's just wow, this is the best god damn thing on tv for instance, that is how i feel about Jackass and their fellows. i don't normally buy blu rays new but think when Forever releases i will pick it up right away. Again i hope it is theirs and not them getting forced to do all sorts of painful acts, it's a fine line with this but we should be able to see the intentions of what's going on

The Beatles: Yellow Submarine
-i have been woefully inadequate in my writings about the unbelievably amazing The Beatles, my favourite song of all time is probably Let It Be, but there are many many many great songs of theirs, i don't have many of their albums but do have the compilation album “1”. There is a recent movie titled “Yesterday” where a man wakes up in a world where the Beatles never existed, and i feel that's kind of what happened with my writings unfortunately, they are an integral part of this whole issue and were/are champions of the cause. I believe John Lennon's solo career songs were forced however but think the rest of the band escaped that fate. Paul McCartney is still going strong and just released a new album III which is good to see and probably even better to listen to which i should next time i get Spotify if it's on there. The movie, Yellow Submarine, this looks fantastic! The Beatles and company against the Blue Meanies, if you look more into this film i'm sure you'll love it as well, if you haven't seen it already that is, i haven't, yet. As for yellow, the Beatles weren't, think of what they've done as a blueprint for what can be accomplished by us, they had the talent and did so very well, you have the same amount of talent perhaps but in different capacities or topics. What will you do or create?
Edit: Are you bluish? You don't look bluish. This movie was very very enjoyable and would recommend it for sure. It was fun, well thought out, on point and brave often. As the finale to this movie they have the words (and song) “All Together Now” shown on screen in many various languages, very poignant. The opposition is trying to encompass the world with their devious agenda and plot so we need to go global as well. All of us together with the same desired aspirations and due necessity
Edit: Yes, i am upset about certain parts in this movie, such as the depiction of the helper and the passing over of the villains. This movie was made long before i was even born though so was all uncertain at the time. Personally i think not only i am doing well but that all of us are, probably better than any of us thought possible. While we cannot change the past, such as the missteps in this movie, we can alter what we do now and make right. When you see negative mentions from our past remember that it is from before we arrived at our current state, and when you see recent disrespects keep in mind the source, and when you speak about forced music for instance the real source behind them. So although i didn't like parts of this movie it was at least ours, blemishes and all, and i appreciate what they were trying to do with this, pretty much the only problems were the two ones i mentioned, which were unfortunately major and distracting from the rest of what was great about this. If you do end up watching Yellow Submarine, or another media from the past, don't let earlier negative mentions affect how you feel and do now in our present

Spider-Man Trilogy
-i have a friend who i like speaking with about all sorts of stuff but we do talk a lot about Marvel, not as much about DC but mostly Marvel as it is on Disney+ and has lots of content. Now i am not as up on everything Marvel but we did speak about these Spider-Man movies in addition to him in general in the Marvel universe, these are my favourite ones by vast amounts though as they are by Sam Raimi, a great director of ours. i will also mention i have all three of these on blu-ray already but this is a pretty nice set so well worth the $3 spent with a coupon. A scene i reference in the second film of these three involves Doctor Octopus, played by Alfred Molina, who at one point sacrifices himself to bring down what he has built up saying he does not want to die a monster. What makes this even more on point is that one of the roles he had a part in Fiddler On The Roof and there is a Spider-Man 2 outtake where he is singing one of the title tracks from such while in his mechanical octopus getup, you can find it on youtube am sure. For posterity i am not a fan of any other of the Spider-Man movies, just these Sam Raimi three, speaking of which it's been awhile since watching the 3rd iteration of these so will add that to my watch list, and if you like superhero movies but haven't seen these ones give them a shot

James Dean: Ultimate Collector's Edition
-This was a pretty cool find, i'm not very familiar at all with James Dean but this looks like the best compilation and special feature you would be able to get so picked it up. i want to speak about the title, not the movie as i haven't seen it, but the title Rebel Without a Cause. Have a cause, have multiple causes, and don't slack on doing what you can for those causes. Don't back down either, if you have good on your side it will carry you. Concentrate on one issue, have space for others. i know you have things to do, but entwine the two and/or do what you can afterwards. There are no lack of causes, join one, join a few

-i've been wanting to see this movie for a long time so am very happy to have found it. This blu-ray/dvd combo pack also came with a code to redeem on Apple to have on that platform, this is my second film of those for Apple, the first one is Hacksaw Ridge. On google play i have quite the library of movies, as having picked up many that happen to have those as well, it's convenient to have on google play because any device that can run youtube can play your digital movies, however i am as you know trying to migrate from google to other platforms, so i will leave those there to still have but try to focus on Apple. Microsoft is no slouch either let me say, i write and surf etc on this Windows laptop of mine (which is slow as molasses because of constant overheating but i digress) and are a great company all around, i always plan to have a Windows laptop as my main computer but would be nice to have an Apple one for extra backup if that's needed. Microsoft is definitely one of ours, Apple i need a bit more familiarity with to determine but am liking what i know, and i really hope they are okay. Being up against some of the largest corporations in the world isn't easy, google and facebook for starters, but they require our dedicated opposition as they are our opposition and we need to oppose them in return. The way it's going right now is that when one of those two for instance sees potential competition they buy them out, so it's difficult to find alternatives to them. So, i watch youtube unfortunately but necessarily, there are a few other video streaming services but none (unfortunately) are real competitors. Do whatever you are comfortable with but be warned, the ones mentioned negatively are against you, they sit around their meeting tables and think about how they can screw you over, that's what they do. Even when they feign goodness in commercials and such it is a ruse, and just stealthy agenda meant to trick you. Make a migration of your own to better non-Zionist services in each and every manner possible, you will be happy with your choice of platforms

The Running Man
-Always a fan of Arnold Schwarzenegger, this may... may, (looks to be) him hired for a Zionist part though. The first thing is that this is based loosely on a Stephen King book, second it's the various foes he goes up against. Been a while since having seen this movie or read the book but i will say that the author, Stephen King, has been going on opposition late night shows to try and validate himself, hey i enjoy his books as much as anybody, or maybe used to for sure but still respect the guy, but it doesn't look good to say you are one of us by going on the villains shows to do so. As recommended to a nice woman today i would instead suggest the Roku original segmented movie Most Dangerous Game, while it more follows the mentioned book than the movie it is a very good watch. I will get to watching this particular one again at sometime to see Arnold in action which is always enjoyable. As for Stephen King he will get a pass, just like Nintendo, and that doesn't happen often. Most each and every one of the others? No pass. But i'll leave that up to you for yourself, just know that they, including the two mentioned, have been and are actively working against you, be aware

Alien Apocalypse
-Bruce Campbell, Renee O'Connor, united again from their time on Xena: Warrior Princess, this movie looks very good, has the right to be a potentially great script and i look forward to seeing this which makes it to my list of watch first movies. i really do hope it's an okay one, it has fantastic possibility. i bought three items today, Zelda Twilight Princess, Alien Apocalypse, and a King James edition Holy Bible. i bought the Bible separately than the other two in case something screwy with the movie. But were these the perfect match to buy at the same time as each other? Have been wanting to read (and re-read but it's been a long time) some books in the Bible and this is the perfect opportunity to do so, also to have it for if i want to look up a certain verse in particular. i also have The Action Bible which i mentioned earlier but have not gotten to read through it yet as i just got it the other day, i am currently divided on it but will give it a read to see how it is and for sure let you know. Speaking of religious literature there is a book which recounts the allegation that Jesus was Jewish (he was Palestinian) titled Waters Flowing Eastward, available on the documents page, so much to do so much to do. If Jesus was Jewish why would the Pharisees have him tortured and murdered? And why would Jesus deride the Pharisees? Next why would in the Talmud it say all sorts of derogatory speakings of Jesus and his loved ones? He's just not Jewish no matter how much they wish they could say he was. While the Holy Bible is our book, the Talmud is theirs, and it makes for interesting reading as well for different reasons, i would suggest you read many excerpts from that also on the documents page. While the Holy Bible has very good intentions the Talmud has the opposite, seriously, look into it. Embrace the good parts of the Bible and let the stuff that doesn't jibe well fall by the wayside and concentrate on the former, there are many great life-lessons to be had and it truly is The Greatest Story Ever Told

-This was recommended to me by a nice woman i know who has pretty good taste in movies. It is about one faction defending themselves against a group of cannibals that are after them. i have so many movies to get into and this has been one of them currently put on the list but definitely am looking forward to seeing this. We are in a similar situation, being chased after by a group of same but wanting to consume us metaphorically and are against us as a whole, putting us in a situation where we have to defend ourselves. i don't believe in eat or be eaten, when we can instead help each other when appropriate, but some are beyond help and in such an untreatable way that they are a danger to all the rest of us. And that's what Zionism is, a trail of heinousness, a present nightmare to live in, and a potential future of worldwide slavery to put it mildly if that's possible. Our global community being fed on by other humans, which to them is an insult as they think of themselves as more than human, which they are not but are causing more trouble for us than any other group by a long shot. Don't be a dinner for Zionists

-Am a fan of Jessica Alba who among other featurings was in the incomparable James Cameron's television series Dark Angel of which i have both seasons of. Having Missy Elliott is no small matter either and am sure the other co-stars do well here also. Personally i would rather have honey than what the Zionist opposition puts forward, it's night and day and you can pretty much know instinctively, and with experience, right away on who is who. What do you want? Honey media or the other? A group against you or ones for you? Once you're onto them you will see through their tricks, and our great media will be ready to welcome you and usher you in to good spots

Rush Hour 1/2/3
-This series looks very fun, Jackie Chan, Chris Tucker.. i'm writing this on a Monday but any day of the week you can rush to speak with embassies, senators, and newspapers both foreign and national, not to mention emergency services of note that are investigating what might be false flag attacks, in addition to whomever else you feel like speaking with. i don't reach out to embassies as much as i did before but when there is something to be said i do try and stay on top of it and do so. However it is your time to take up those efforts, i still do but why don't you have a go at that. For me now i mostly just talk to newspapers and emergency services but i hope you not only stay in touch with them when able but every other entity of ours. Your voice matters and can shape the upcoming present, the future

Transformers: The Movie (animated)
-i have very fond memories of not only the Transformers animated tv show but the toys which were and still are pretty darn cool by any standards. My family would go every Sunday (at least) to garage sales and flea markets where i would find these, Lego, G.I. Joe and He-Man toys all of which i enjoyed a whole lot during my younger years. And although my tastes in purchases has changed i still thoroughly enjoy shopping at thrift stores and enjoy what i am able to get with the paltry amount of money i have to spend, without other vices that is what i like to do. At one point one of the t-shirts i picked up is light grey with the Autobots symbol on the front, very nice, they have since tried to get me into other ones such as the Decepticon symbol but i didn't fall for that, they can wear the Decepticon ones. As for Optimus Prime he is a semi-truck for a reason, maybe he can get done up like the semi's in Sean Paul's video for We Be Burnin', those trucks are looking damn good right about now. Since i only have (great) memories about the tv series and toys and not this movie that i will watch soon, or the recent theatrical releases i will instead talk about the ideology of Autobots and Decepticons, the writeup on the back of this movie spells it out pretty well about a battle going on for millennia where the opposition is trying to control the world and how the side of good must stop them, sound familiar? But yes the Autobots are the righteous and the Decepticons deceive as their name would imply. While the leader of good is a truck the leader of the opposition, Megatron, is a gun, but the gun issue is one for another day (gun control please). We are in actuality the attempted victims of their deception, and i say attempted as we can and must be able to see through them, their lies and their tricks, tricks which many times result in deaths on our side among many other despicable outcomes from what they do. Remember them as the Decepticons, real ones, and not real in the sense of the theatrical films or even the animated Netflix junk, it's Netflix so it's automatically junk or they wouldn't be involved in it, again even if good people are roped into such programming. Come to think of it they (in general not just Netflix) have He-Man, Lego, G.I. Joe and new Transformers all in their arsenal, to be put against us through the very things we cherish from our childhoods, and it more than just those mentioned above. What they do is deceit until shown otherwise, and it almost never is otherwise, even when it's something factual they have their hand on how it's put forward. Don't even give them opportunity to get into your head, it's deceit they give you each and every time

Metallica: Touring Europe '08
-If you're wondering about placed t-shirts and other items i recently found (go figure) and picked up the Metallica book So What! that even had a few printed out Dale Earnhardt posters put in the front, how thoughtful, jokes on them though the book is amazing. The reason it was given is because of the track of that title (originally from a Metallica magazine before) where one of the lyrics is about smoking crack (so what?) Here's the thing with crack, and i hate when people say all drugs should be decriminalized, it ruins lives, you don't have people robbing and prostituting for cigarettes, liquor or coffee, but they resort to that for crack and the similar highs. If it were decriminalized all someone would do is take one hit and be ruined for life, that's why it angers me. So what? There is no so what for anything, everything has repercussions, good, bad, or negligible they all have effects, you don't say so what about a positive action, it is a defensive phrase saying oh that doesn't matter, well it does. Back to Netflix for a second here, when i bought this concert dvd today the cashier lady is a fellowette Metallica fan who asked if i had seen the documentary on that streaming platform, i said no, and she said that the made James Hetfield look like a diva, sorry i forgot the exact phrase she used but you get the idea, that's Netflix for you, and it's not just them, all sorts of great artists of ours get bogus negative docu-films whether with actors portraying them or ones made with archived media picked and chosen with dubious intentions, often putting the fan viewer in the spot of watching their idol be demonized and put in bad light to try and reduce their deserved greatness or at least skill at their craft. Now, this concert dvd is not very official looking but will be nice to see them in '08 and the tracklist is superb. Unfortunately Metallica has fallen into the Zionist collection of forced artists, starting at the very least with Hardwired: To Self Destruct which if you'll remember the cover of which also happens to have been modelled after the Def Leppard album Hysteria when you look at them both. Metallica, the real Metallica, will always be right on top of my favourite musical group list and are and always have been very talented with a mind for great heavy metal and brave issuance of strong lyrics

Chuck Norris Collection: Missing In Action 1/2/3, Delta Force 1/2
-We need to get Chuck Norris to Israel to fend them off of the Palestinians, well, that's not going to happen, so it's up to us to fend Israel off of them ourselves, through to begin with political and financial consequences for their disregard of international law. It is a matter of courage on our part, international law is concrete they the Israelis just need to be held to it and forced to adhere to such, go figure us forcing Israel to do something, but we can and must to prevent further incursions and that's what the Palestinians get day after day, many times with the loss of life. It's not even us doing this through troops right now, it's through each and every other means we have available, which are many. Maybe Joe Biden can step in for Chuck Norris in this instance, he can do whatever he wants to do but it would be (is) nice to have him on board. Others can join in with him, holding Israel accountable for their actions under a global lens, not letting them get away with what they are currently and have been doing. Condemnation will not have any effect, as you can see after what's been done and happened so far. While Chuck Norris is a one man army we need all hands on deck, each of us doing our part against this multi-pronged entity handling every area completely, ultimately, and and in an immediate manner. Chuck was his own man on a mission, but in real life soldiers do as they are told, and we have “Axis” war criminals (company of heroes) that are facing repercussions for what they were ordered to do, it's the ones on top that make these decisions and the soldiers comply, that's what they are trained to do. It's up to the leaders to make sound judgments, and that's what they are, judgments at the highest level of what needs to be done for the success of us as a people and much of those times it has a beneficial effect globally, ridding ourselves and in turn the world of Zionism would be the perfect course of action, don't be Missing In Action, be present and a part of it, you are needed in one way or another, it's up to you to decide in what capacity you can help as long as you do

It's A Wonderful Life
-i knew this was a Frank Capra film! The reason i mention that is because i recently picked up a compilation of his best movies and was certain this was by him as well. The five movies that are not this one included in the compilation look completely amazing and look forward to watching soon. Instead of writing about those in advance as they are new to me i wanted to wait until after viewing a couple at least, then will comment about those separately. As for this one it has always been a pleasure to watch and a mainstay for Christmas, the sentiment can be yours all year through though. To think of the world without you in it, and all the beneficial things you do for others, and it really is about that, not the great things you do for yourself necessarily but what you've done and do for other people. Some may unfortunately think oh what have i done, well you have done good, and if you are in doubt of yourself then start doing so or moreso. Be missed when you are gone and leave a trail of your well doing. Sometimes it's hard to have the time to concentrate on others but in between making sure you are doing okay make sure others are as well in whatever ways you can. When you do good for others you do well for yourself as goodness will gravitate towards you. There are people who wrong us even when we are doing good, and it gets past the field of our well doing, that is unfortunate but remember there are others who will also help you out of that negative situation when you need it. If everyone makes a conscious effort to be helpful to those of us who need your help then we will be living in better times through rough ones. We're doing pretty well already but let's pick it up even more when and where it's needed then you can sleep well knowing you placed your actions where they will do the most good, personally i am biased as to where we can do that most good but there is no lack of necessity so do what you feel you would be best suited for and together we'll have it all covered

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
-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
-There are many on our side, support them all whenever you can
>Fire Your Guns
-When needed, they aren't going to go easily
-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
-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
-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)
-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

-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

-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

-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

-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