GI Jane: Suck My Dick SERE Training
G.I. Jane is a 1997 American action film directed by Ridley Scott, produced by Largo Entertainment, Scott Free Productions and Caravan Pictures, distributed by Hollywood Pictures and starring Demi Moore, Viggo Mortensen and Anne Bancroft. The film tells the fictional story of the first woman to undergo training in U.S. Navy Special Warfare Group. Clip: S.E.R.E Training Facility Captiva Island Florida.
Bill Haydn Confession
Bill Haydn/Tailor’s confession why he became a British-Soviet double agent: “Do you know whats killing western democracy? Greed and constipation. Moral, political, aesthetic. I hate America very deeply. The economic depression of the masses institutionalized. Even Lenin couldn’t foresee the extent of that. Britain. Oh Dear. No viability whatever in world affairs. I suppose thats when it began. Turning my eyes to the east. When I saw how trivial we had become as a nation. .. I still believe the secret service are the nations only real expression of a nations character. Until the mid 50’s I still had hopes, lingering loyalties to what we represented. Self delusions of course. We were already America’s streetwalkers.”
– Wikispooks: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy: Bill Hayden justifies his betrayal.
– Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy: 01.02.03.04.05.06. Bill Haydn Confession – Pt.6.
Imagine there was a pill you could take every day that would provide you with wealth, freedom, and luxuries beyond the imagination of even the wealthiest kings of yesteryear. Taking this pill would give you the equivalent of hundreds of slaves, working for you 24/7, to grow your food, cool and heat your home, entertain you, carry you however far you wanted to travel, fill your bath with hot water, you name it… That’d be amazing! Well, guess what? You’re already taking it. And it’s called Petrolify®. You’re ingesting Petrolify® with nearly every breath and every footstep you take. Most of us don’t realize that Petrolify® is being pumped into our water and injected into our food. But we reap its magical benefits regardless. Did you sleep indoors last night? You can thank Petrolify®. Did you eat breakfast today? Again, that was thanks to Petrolify®. Are you reading this message on your mobile phone or computer? The miracle of Petrolify® never ends! Except that miracle comes with some deadly side effects, and an expiration date. That is why we created the above parody commercial, to remind as many people as possible that the dream we’re living—a dream fueled by a one-time, finite fossil fuel bonanza—is far darker than they might suspect. When we open our eyes to the hidden costs of Petrolify®, it’s easy to blame the ‘corporate bad guys’—the manufacturers, the drug reps, the doctors—who are pushing their product on an unwilling populace. But we’re not quite so unwilling, are we? No, we want what they’re selling. And, there is no “they”. They are us. Thankfully, our wellbeing doesn’t have to depend on Petrolify®. We can choose for our energy needs to be met with renewable, and more ecological and socially just, sources. More important, we can learn to live well with less. Conservation doesn’t have to be the “c” word. The first step is recognizing our pill-popping addiction for what it is. Please help spread the word that Petrolify® may not be right for us. – Postcarbon: Introducing Petrolify®: The Power of Petroleum in One Little Pill.
Is Petrolify® Right for You? Watch the video to find out. Ask Your Planet. Before taking Petrolify®. Petroleum is a miracle substance. With millions of years of solar energy stored in every drop, it enables much of what we most enjoy in life; from plastic toys and mobile phones to the highly complex global systems that feed, shelter, and govern billions of people. Unfortunately, our unparalleled levels of abundance come with significant side effects, which include awfully scary things like environmental collapse, species extinction and resource wars.
We don’t have to continue down this highway to hell on earth. Our way of life can be more beautiful and fulfilling than ever, and, importantly, for more of us. But it requires us being much more thoughtful about how and how much we use energy. USE LESS, LIVE MORE. Side Effects May Vary. Our addiction to oil (and coal and natural gas) comes
with some surprising, and potentially fatal, costs. – Petrolify.
They are breeding us like cattle. — Detective Thorn / Charlton Heston: Soylent Green.
Soylent Green is a 1973 American science fiction thriller film directed by Richard Fleischer and starring Charlton Heston and Leigh Taylor-Young. Edward G. Robinson appears in his final film. Loosely based on the 1966 science fiction novel Make Room! Make Room! by Harry Harrison, it combines both police procedural and science fiction genres; the investigation into the murder of a wealthy businessman and a dystopian future of dying oceans and year-round humidity due to the greenhouse effect, resulting in suffering from pollution, poverty, overpopulation and depleted resources. Trailer.
Mississippi Burning: Sheriff’s Deputy’s Wife in Hospital. FBI Agent Ward to Anderson: Not Only do I have the guts; I have the authority. New Rules: Nail em any way we can.
Mississippi Burning is a 1988 American crime thriller film directed by Alan Parker, and written by Chris Gerolmo. It is loosely based on the FBI’s investigation into the 1964 Chaney, Goodman and Schwerner murder case in Mississippi. The film stars Gene Hackman and Willem Dafoe as two FBI agents assigned to investigate the disappearance of three civil rights workers in fictional Jessup County, Mississippi. The investigation is met with hostility and backlash by the town’s residents, local police and the Ku Klux Klan (KKK). Trailer. Clips: Do You Like Baseball?; Shame: A Source of Hatred and Racism; Grab em by the Pussy; Welcome to Mississippi; Searching the Swamp; Federal Bureau of Integration; A Razor Sharp Interrogation. Documentary: The True Story of Mississippi Burning.
Next Three Days:
Next 3 Days: John Brennan leaving scene of crime; with shot and moaning ‘I can’t breathe’ drug dealer in back of car; whom he drops off at a bus-stop.
The Next Three Days is a 2010 vigilante thriller film written and directed by Paul Haggis and starring Russell Crowe and Elizabeth Banks. It is a remake of the 2008 French film Pour Elle (Anything for Her) by Fred Cavayé and Guillaume Lemans. Lara Brennan (Elizabeth Banks) is wrongly convicted of murdering her boss and is sentenced to life in prison. Her young son Luke ceases to acknowledge her during prison visits. Following the failure of her appeal, her attorney balks at her acquittal. Lara attempts suicide and her husband, John (Russell Crowe), becomes obsessed with breaking her out of prison. John consults Damon Pennington (Liam Neeson), a former inmate who wrote a book on escaping prison. Following Damon’s advice, John prepares to break his wife out. He studies escape routes, prison routines and buys a handgun. Struggling to obtain fake IDs, he loses much of his money. He sells his furniture and belongings. John is almost caught testing a bump key inside Lara’s current jail. When John learns that Lara will be transferred in 3 days to a distant prison facility, he is forced to make an emergency plan. Unable to sell his house in time, he considers robbing a bank, but hesitates at the last minute. Desperate at his wife’s failing mental health, John tails a local drug dealer to a drug house and robs it of cash. Invoking his plan, John plants falsified blood work indicating Lara is in a state of hyperglycaemia and leaves Luke at a birthday party. Lara is transferred from jail to a nearby hospital. Following clues left behind at the drug house, police track down John’s car, find his empty house and conclude that he is planning to break his wife out. Lara’s guards at the hospital are overtaken by John, and he convinces her to escape with him. John and Lara exit the hospital, narrowly evade police and leave the area. They discover Luke is at the zoo for the birthday party and drive there to retrieve him while police establish roadblocks around the city. John and Lara pass a roadblock by picking up an elderly couple for cover. They drop off the couple and drive to a Canadian airport. Police are misled by escape plan fragments John has purposely left behind and delay the wrong flight. John, Lara and Luke successfully board a plane to Venezuela. Detectives return to the crime scene where Lara’s boss was killed. A flashback shows details of the murder and Lara’s innocence. Remembering that Lara claimed to have lost a button at the time of the murder, a detective searches a nearby storm drain but just misses the button. John, Lara and Luke arrive at a hotel in Venezuela. As Lara lies down next to her son, Luke kisses his mother and they fall asleep together. As the film ends, John takes a picture of his sleeping wife and son. Trailer.
Spy Games: Operation Dinner Out.
Spy Game is a 2001 American spy film directed by Tony Scott and starring Robert Redford and Brad Pitt. In 1991, the governments of the U.S. and China are on the verge of a major trade agreement, with the President due to visit China to seal the deal. The CIA learns that its asset Tom Bishop has been captured trying to free a Briton, Elizabeth Hadley, from a People’s Liberation Army prison in Suzhou near Shanghai. Bishop is being questioned under torture and will be executed in 24 hours unless the U.S. government claims him. If the CIA claims Bishop as an agent, they risk jeopardizing the trade agreement. Exacerbating Bishop’s situation is the fact that he was operating without permission from the Agency. Attempting to deal quickly with the situation, CIA executives call in Nathan Muir, an aging mid-level case officer on his last day before retirement and the man who recruited Bishop. Although they tell Muir they simply need him to act as a “stop gap” to fill in some holes in their background files, the officials are hoping he will give them the pretext they need to justify letting Bishop die. The CIA executives are unaware that Muir had been tipped off about Bishop’s capture prior to arriving at CIA headquarters by fellow CIA veteran Harry Duncan, for whom Bishop had been working an operation in Hong Kong. Muir first attempts to save Bishop by leaking the story to CNN through a contact in Hong Kong, believing that public pressure would force the CIA to rescue Bishop. The tactic only stalls them, however, and is stymied when a phone call to the FCC from CIA Deputy Director Charles Harker results in CNN retracting the story. During the debriefing, Muir describes how he recruited Bishop for an operation when Bishop was a Scout Sniper during the Vietnam War. Muir also discusses their 1976 tour of duty in Berlin, where Bishop was tasked with procuring East German assets, as well as Bishop’s spy work in Beirut in 1985 during the War of the Camps, the latter being the last time the two saw each other. During the mission in Lebanon, Bishop met Hadley, and the two began developing romantic feelings. However, it is revealed that Hadley was involved in a bombing of the Chinese embassy in Britain, causing her to flee the country. Fearing that Bishop’s feelings for Hadley might compromise his cover and the mission, Muir tips off the Chinese to Hadley’s location in return for freeing an arrested U.S. diplomat. Chinese agents kidnap Hadley, and Bishop cuts all ties to Muir when he discovers his involvement. After learning Hadley was the target of Bishop’s rescue attempt, Muir finally realizes that he has greatly underestimated Bishop’s feelings for her. Running out of time, Muir secretly creates a forged urgent operational directive from the CIA director to commence Operation Dinner Out, a rescue mission to be spearheaded by Commander Wiley’s SEAL team, for which Bishop had laid the groundwork as a “Plan B” for his own rescue attempt. Using $282,000 of his life savings and a misappropriated file on Chinese coastline satellite imagery, Muir enlists Duncan’s help in bribing a Chinese energy official to cut power to the prison for 30 minutes, during which time the SEAL rescue team retrieves Bishop and Hadley. Bishop, who is rescued 15 minutes before his scheduled execution, realizes Muir was behind his rescue when he recognizes the name of the plan to rescue him, Operation Dinner Out: a reference to a birthday gift that Bishop gave Muir while they were in Lebanon. When the CIA officials are belatedly informed of the rescue, Muir has already left the building and is seen driving off into the countryside. Trailer.
The Company: So the Great Game goes on with or without us. Without us I guess. Think we made a difference Harvey? Any difference at all. God I hope so. These days people have short memories. There was a time when the Goths were at the gate and we put our warm bodies on the firing line. You truly believe that? You bet I believe it. Something about the Cold War has to have a moral; otherwise what was it all about? It was about the good guys beating the bad guys. We sure screwed up along the way. Yeah but we screwed up allot less than they did, which is why we won. You know the Soviet Union wasn’t a country; it was a metaphor for an idea that looked good on a drawing board; but in practice it was flawed. Let me tell you something. A metaphor is allot harder to slay than a country and we clobbered them. Yeah. Well don’t look so glum about it. You got nothing to be ashamed of. You got to remember what it was all about. It was always black and white kid. Right versus wrong. There were good guys and there were bad guys. Which side were we again Harvey? We won, didn’t we?.
Syriana: Corruption is why we win: Corruption is government intrusion into market efficiency in the form of regulation. That’s Milton Friedman; he got a goddamn Nobel Prize. We have laws against it precisely so we can get away with it. Corruption is our protection. Corruption keeps us safe and warm. Corruption is why you and I are prancing around in here, instead of fighting over scraps of meat out in the street. Corruption is why we win – Outboard motor collision with tanker.
* Israel’s Generals: Arik Ariel Sharon: Orange Grove Visits Infographics. Excerpt: EoP v WiP NWO negotiations: Comments Correspondence [PDF]: 21 Nov 2015: Revisionists & Revisionist History: Anti-Occult-Christian Revisionist Michael Hoffman and Unashamedly Ethical.