Dexter / Michael Hall: Why I Care.
Dexter is an American television crime drama mystery series that aired on Showtime from October 1, 2006, to September 22, 2013. Set in Miami, the series centers on Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall), a forensic technician specializing in blood spatter pattern analysis for the fictional Miami Metro Police Department, who leads a secret parallel life as a vigilante serial killer, hunting down murderers who have slipped through the cracks of the justice system.
– Dexter’s Most Awkward Moments.
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Dexter: Dexter TV Series: Dexter Wiki; Dexter Morgan Most Awkward Moments; Koshka Brotherood: Viktor Baskov & Isak Sirko: What kind of Animal Are you?.
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Noodle Remover’s logo is a cutoff ear sown with noodles. Charles Manson’s musician victim had his ear cut off before he was killed. One of Timothy McVeigh’s nickname’s was ‘flacko’ aka ‘noodle’. Timothy McVeigh informed friends etc that the military had installed a ‘microchip in his butt’ to monitor/keep track of him. Dexter & Isaak discuss fire hydrants and what animals they are over chips. Laura Whitehorn of the Weathermen ate noodles for months while a fugitive. Brooklyn Rules Gambino Mafioso capo Ceaser cuts a Marine’s ear off in a butcher shop; who wants the ‘take out the garbage’ contract. Ceaser is subsedquently assassinated infront of the butcher shop, as part of the Mafia Mob Wars. Runaway Train: Escaping cons use fire hydrant to break away from runaway train.
– Noodle Remover: @noodleremover. Famous Trials: The Oklahoma City Bombing & The Trial of Timothy McVeigh: An Account; The Last Podcast of the Left: 275: Oklahoma City Part II: Noodle McVeigh. Wikipedia: Timothy McVeigh. CNN: Terror on Trial: Strange but true facts about Tim McVeigh. Wikipedia: Charles Manson. Real Stories: Manson: The Man who Killed the Sixties. Dexter Morgan: What animal are you?. KaliforniaKlass: Truth and Lies: The Family Manson. Dennis Edmond: The Weather Underground. Brooklyn Rules: Trailer. Runaway Train: Trailer.
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Dr Zhivago: Strelnikov & Zhivago; The Revolution
Doctor Zhivago is a 1965 British-Italian epic romantic drama film directed by David Lean. It is set in Russia between the years prior to World War I and the Russian Civil War of 1917–1922, and is based on the Boris Pasternak novel of the same name. While immensely popular in the West, the book was banned in the Soviet Union for decades. For this reason, the film could not be made in the Soviet Union and was instead filmed mostly in Spain. The film stars Omar Sharif in the title role as Yuri Zhivago and Julie Christie as his love interest Lara Antipova.
The film takes place mostly against a backdrop of the pre-World War I years, World War I itself, the Russian Revolution of 1917, and the Russian Civil War. A narrative framing device, set in the late 1940s or early 1950s, involves KGB Lieutenant General Yevgraf Andreyevich Zhivago (Alec Guinness) searching for the daughter of his half brother, Doctor Yuri Andreyevich Zhivago (Omar Sharif), and Larissa (“Lara”) Antipova (Julie Christie). Yevgraf believes a young woman, Tanya Komarova (Rita Tushingham), may be his niece and tells her the story of her father’s life.
One night, the idealistic reformer Pavel Pavlovich (“Pasha”) Antipov (Tom Courtenay) drifts into left-wing extremism after being wounded by sabre-wielding Cossacks during a peaceful demonstration. Pasha runs to Lara, whom he wants to marry, to treat his wound. He asks her to hide a gun he picked up at the demonstration. …. When Komarovsky learns of Lara’s intentions to marry Pasha, he tries to dissuade Lara, and then rapes her. In revenge, the humiliated Lara takes the pistol she has been hiding for Pasha and shoots Komarovsky at a Christmas Eve party, wounding him. Komarovsky insists no action be taken against Lara, who is escorted out by Pasha. Zhivago tends Komarovsky’s wound. Although enraged and devastated by Lara’s affair with Komarovsky, Pasha marries Lara, and they have a daughter named Katya. …
During World War I, Yevgraf Zhivago is sent by the Bolsheviks to subvert the Imperial Russian Army. Pasha is reported missing in action following a daring charge attack on German forces. Lara enlists as a nurse to search for him. Yuri Zhivago is drafted and becomes a battlefield doctor.
During the February Revolution in 1917, Zhivago enlists Lara’s help to tend to the wounded. Together they run a field hospital for six months, during which time radical changes ensue throughout Russia as Vladimir Lenin arrives in Moscow. Before their departure, Yuri and Lara fall in love, but Yuri remains true to Tonya, who is now his wife.
After the war, Yuri returns to his wife Tonya, son Sasha, and Alexander (Anna has since died), whose house in Moscow has been divided into tenements by the new Soviet government. Yevgraf, now a member of the CHEKA, informs him his poems have been condemned by Soviet censors as antagonistic to Communism. Yevgraf arranges for passes and documents in order for Yuri and his family to escape from the new political capital of Moscow to the far-away Gromeko estate at Varykino, in the Ural Mountains. Zhivago, Tonya, Sasha, and Alexander board a heavily guarded cattle train, at which time they are informed that they will be travelling through contested territory, which is being secured by the infamous Bolshevik commander named Strelnikov.
While the train is stopped early one morning, Zhivago wanders away. He stumbles across the armoured train of Strelnikov sitting on a hidden siding. Yuri is summoned before Strelnikov, whom he recognizes as the former Pasha Antipov. During a tense interview, Strelnikov informs Yuri that his estranged wife Lara is now living in the town of Yuriatin, then occupied by the anti-Communist White Army forces. He permits Zhivago to return to his family, although it is hinted by Strelnikov’s right-hand man that most people interrogated by Strelnikov end up being shot.
– Dr Zhivago: 1965: Trailer. Clip: Peaceful Protest, The Christmas Party, No Lies, The Train Jumper, The Revolution, Stick Together, The Private Life is Dead. 2002: Trailer; Strelnikov & Zhivago.
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BBC: Stephen Cheney, Age of Consequences
Age of Consequences: Trailer; PBS America; The Center for Climate and Security; Hoover and Stanford Institution; BBC News: Maj Gen ANM Munirizzaman and Stephen Cheney: Age of Consequences.
Donald Trump: I Love Wikileaks
Indicter: Donald Trump: I Love Wikileaks.
Hurt Locker: Cereal & Suicide Bomber
The Hurt Locker is a 2008 American war film about an Iraq War Explosive Ordinance Disposal team who are being targeted by insurgents with booby traps, remote control detonations and ambushes. The Hurt Locker shows soldiers’ varying psychological reactions to the stress of combat, which though intolerable to some, is addictive to others. The story unfolds after a staff sergeant is killed by an insurgent trap and an apparently calm veteran is brought in to head the squad. His comrades suspect that their new team leader is being driven to take terrifying risks. Writer Mark Boal drew on his experience during embedded access to provide an authentic background for the production, although certain army procedures were portrayed with artistic licence. Trailer. Clips: Flat Tyre Were’ on the same side; Family man suicide bomb.
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Suspect Zero: Oroborous Serial Murderer
Feathermen Surveillance: I do know that if or when any American or foreign military intelligence agency – FSB, MI6 or Mossad – were monitoring or psychotronically manipulating any particular event; they have psychotronic bodycam footage of the event. Highly advanced psychotronic technology works similar; but far more advanced; than what is referred to as remote viewing [Remote Viewing Info:Suspect Zero; Christine Hart: News of the World & Feathermen; David Morehouse: Psychic Warrior]. Put simply; its very similar to an individual in charge of manipulating a drone; except that the drone is a human. So they are like a bodycam on the individual; but not only can they hear, see and record everything the person sees and hears; they can also know what the person is thinking about what they see and hear. They can record other bodily senses: heart rate, etc. – 13 Feb: EoP Amicus Req; RE: WiP #16-MJ-00006: USA v A Bundy et al: Lavoy Finicum Bodycam Surveillance.
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Disclosure Project: John Callahan
JFK: Mr X: Organizing principle of Masonic War is Peace social contract is War.
You know how many helicopters have been lost in Vietnam? Nearly 3,000 so far. Who makes them? Bell Helicopter. Who owns Bell? Bell was nearly bankrupt when First National Bank of Boston asked the CIA… …to use the helicopter in Indochina. How about the F-111 fighter? – JFK:Mr X: 01–02.
Garrison? Yes. Glad you came. Sorry about the precautions. I just hope it was worth my while, Mr…? I could give you a false name, but I won’t. Call me “X.” I’ve already been warned by the Agency, so, if this is another threat–I’m not with the Agency, Mr. Garrison. If you’ve come this far, what I have to say interests you. I won’t name names or tell you who or what I represent. Except to say you’re close. Closer than you think. Everything I’ll say is classified top secret. I was a soldier, Mr. Garrison. Two wars. A secret Pentagon guy, supplying the hardware: Planes, bullets, rifles… …for what we call “Black Operations.” Black Ops. Assassinations. Coups d’état… …rigging elections, propaganda, psych warfare. In World War Il, I was in Rumania, Greece, Yugoslavia. I helped evacuate part of Nazi intelligence at the end of the war. And we used those guys against the Communists. In ltaly, ’48, we stole the elections. France ’49, we broke the strikes. Overthrew Quirino in the Philippines, Arbenz in Guatemala……Mossadegh in Iran. We were in Vietnam in ’54… …Indonesia, ’58, Tibet, ’59.
Got the Dalai Lama out. We were good. Very good. Then we got into the Cuban thing. Not so good. Set up an invasion to take place in October, ’62. Khrushchev sent missiles to resist. Kennedy didn’t invade. We just had our dicks in the wind. A lot of pissed-off people, Mr. Garrison. Understand? I’ll come to that later. So, 1963…. I spent much of September of ’63… …working on the Kennedy plan to get all US personnel… …out of Vietnam by the end of 1965.
One of the strongest plans issued by the Kennedy White House… …National Security Memo 263… …ordered home the first 1,000 troops. But in November, a week after the murder of Vietnamese President Diem… …and two weeks before Kennedy’s assassination… …a strange thing happened to me. Is Dave in there? You wanted to see me, General? I do, indeed.
You’re going to the South Pole. I am? Dr. Mooney’s got the details. Check with him. Have a nice vacation. I was sent by my superior, we’ll call him “Y”… …I was sent by General Y to the South Pole… …as military escort for a group of international VIPs. I was on my way back, in New Zealand… …when the President was killed. Oswald was charged at 7:00 p.m., Dallas time… …with Tippet’s murder. That’s 2:00 p.m. the next day in New Zealand. But already their papers had the entire history… …of this unknown, 24-year-old Oswald. Studio picture, detailed biography, Russian information… …and were sure that he killed the President alone… …although it took them four more hours to charge him with that crime in Dallas. It felt to me as if… …a cover story was being put out. Like we would in a Black Op. After I came back… …I asked myself, why was l, the chief of Special Ops… …sent to the South Pole to do a job… …many others could have done? I wondered if it could’ve been because… …one of my routine duties, if I’d been in Washington… …would’ve been to order additional security in Texas. I checked it out and found that someone… …told the 112th Military Intelligence Group at Fort Sam Houston… …to stand down that day, over the protests of Colonel Reich. I believe it’s a mistake. It’s standard procedure, especially in a known hostile city like Dallas… …to supplement the Secret Service. Even if we hadn’t let him ride with the bubble-top off… …we would’ve put 100 to 200 agents on the sidewalk without question. A month before, in Dallas, UN Ambassador Adlai Stevenson was spit on and hit. There had been attempts on De Gaulle’s life in France. We’d have arrived days ahead, studied the route… …checked all the buildings. Never would’ve allowed open windows overlooking Dealey. Never! Our own snipers would’ve covered the area. If a window went up, they’d have been on the radio! We’d be watching the crowd: packages, rolled-up newspapers, coats. Never would’ve let a man open an umbrella. Never would’ve let the car slow down to ten miles an hour. Or take that unusual curve at Houston and Elm. You’d have felt an Army presence in the streets that day. But none of this happened. It violated our most basic protection codes. And it is the best indication of a massive plot in Dallas. Who could have best done this? Black Ops. People in my business. My superior could’ve called Col. Reich and said: “We have another unit coming for security. You’ll stand down.” That day, some Army Intelligence people were in Dallas.
I don’t know who or why. But they weren’t protecting clients. And Oswald. Army Intell had a Lee Harvey Oswald on file. Those files have been destroyed. Many strange things were happening. Oswald had nothing to do with them. The entire Cabinet was in the Far East. A third of a combat division was returning from Germany… …in the air above the United States, at the time of the shooting. At 12:34 p.m., the Washington telephone system went out for an hour. On the plane back to Washington… …word was radioed from the Situations Room… …to Johnson that there was only one assassin. Sound like coincidences to you? Not for one moment. The Cabinet was out of the way. Troops for riot control were in the air. Telephones were out to stop the wrong stories from spreading. Nothing was left to chance. He could not be allowed to escape alive. Things were never the same after that. Vietnam started for real. There was an air of… …make-believe in the Pentagon and CIA. Those of us in Secret Ops knew the Warren Commission was fiction. But there was something… …deeper. Uglier. I knew Allen Dulles well. I often briefed him in his house. But why was he appointed to investigate Kennedy’s death? The man who fired him. Dulles, by the way, was General Y’s benefactor. I got out in ’64. Resigned my commission. I never realized Kennedy was so dangerous to the establishment. Is that why? That’s the real question, isn’t it? Why? The how and the who is just scenery for the public. Oswald, Ruby, Cuba, the Mafia… …keeps them guessing, like a game. Prevents them from asking the most important question: why? Why was Kennedy killed? Who benefited? Who has the power to cover it up? Who? In 1961… …right after the Bay of Pigs, very few people know this… …I participated in drawing up National Security Action Memos 55, 56, 57. These are documents classified top secret. In them, Kennedy told Gen. Lemnitzer, chairman of the Joint Chiefs……that from here on, the Joint Chiefs would be wholly responsible… …for all covert paramilitary action in peacetime. This ended the reign of the CIA. Splintered it into 1,000 pieces, as JFK promised he would. And now he was ordering the military… …to help him do it. Unprecedented! I can’t tell you the shock waves this sent along the corridors of power. This and the firing of Allen Dulles… …Richard Bissell and Gen. Charles Cabell. All were sacred cows in Intell since World War II. They got some very upset people. Kennedy’s directives weren’t implemented because of… …bureaucratic resistance. But one of the results was… …the Cuban operation was turned over to my department… …as Operation Mongoose. Mongoose was pure Black Ops. It was secretly based at Miami University… …which has the largest domestic CIA station… …budgeted annually for hundreds of millions of dollars. Three hundred agents, 7,000 select Cubans. Fifty fake business fronts to launder money. They waged a non-stop war against Castro. Industrial sabotage, crop burning, etc. All under the control of General Y. He took the rules of covert warfare he’d used abroad… …and brought them to this country. Now he had the people, the equipment, the bases… …and the motivation. Don’t underestimate the budget cuts that Kennedy called for in March of 1963. Nearly 52 military installations in 25 states. Twenty-one overseas bases. Big money. You know how many helicopters have been lost in Vietnam? Nearly 3,000 so far. Who makes them? Bell Helicopter. Who owns Bell? Bell was nearly bankrupt when First National Bank of Boston asked the CIA… …to use the helicopter in Indochina. How about the F-111 fighter? General Dynamics of Fort Worth, Texas. Who owns that? Find out the defense budget since the war began. $75 going on $100 billion. Nearly $200 billion will be spent before it’s over. In 1949, it was $10 billion. No war…no money. The organizing principle of any society, Mr. Garrison… …is for war. The authority of the state over its people resides in its war powers. Kennedy wanted to end the Cold War in his second term. He wanted to call off the moon race and cooperate with the Soviets. He signed a treaty to ban nuclear testing. He refused to invade Cuba in 1962. He set out to withdraw from Vietnam. But all that ended on the 22nd of November, 1963. Since 1961, they knew Kennedy was not going to war in Southeast Asia. Like Caesar, he is surrounded by enemies. Something’s underway, but it has no face. Yet, everybody in the loop knows. Forget about combat troops. He told McNamara he would pull out the goddamn advisors! He fucked us in Laos and now he will fuck us in Vietnam! He can’t afford to implement it before the election. I hear the NSC meeting was a real barn burner. I wouldn’t have missed it for the world. Heads will roll. Hear about Lemnitzer? What? Kennedy rubbed Lem’s nose in shit. Said if we didn’t go into Cuba, which was so close… …why go into Vietnam which is so far away?
There he goes again. Got his hand on the chicken switch. Lem said that the Chiefs still think we should go into Cuba. Money’s at stake. Big money. $100 billion. Kennedy bred voting districts for defense dollars. He gave TFX fighter contracts only to those counties that will matter in ’64. The people in the loop fight back. Their way. We have to control the intelligence from Saigon. We just don’t let McNamara stick his nose in this thing! Every time he goes over to Saigon for a fact-finding mission… …he comes back and scares the shit out of Kennedy!
Now I want Max Taylor on him night and day… …like a fly on shit. You control McNamara, you control Kennedy. I think it started like that. In the wind. Defense contractors, oil bankers. Just conversation. A call is made. Maybe to someone like my superior officer General Y. We’re going. We need your help. When? In the fall. Probably in the South. We want you to come up with a plan. -I can do that. Everything is cellularized. No one said, “He must die.” No vote. Nothing’s on paper. There’s no one to blame. It’s as old as the crucifixion. Or the military firing squad. Five bullets, one blank. No one’s guilty. Everybody in the power structure… …has a plausible deniability. No compromising connections except at the most secret point. But it must succeed. No matter how many die or how much it costs… …the perpetrators must be on the winning side… …and never subject to prosecution for anything by anyone. That is a coup d’état. Kennedy announces the Texas trip in September. At that moment, second Oswalds pop up all over Dallas… …where they have the mayor and the cops in their pocket.
General Y flies in the assassins. Maybe from the special camp we keep near Athens, Greece. Pros. They’d be locals, Cubans, Mafia hire. Separate teams. Does it matter who shot… …from what rooftop? Part of the scenery. I keep thinking about that Tuesday… …the 26th of November. The day after they buried Kennedy. Gentlemen, I am not going to let Vietnam go like China did. I’m committed… …not to take our soldiers out of there till they know we mean business in Asia. Lyndon Johnson signs National Security Memo 273… …which reverses Kennedy’s withdrawal policy… …and approves covert action against North Vietnam… …provoking the Gulf of Tonkin incident. Just get me elected, I’ll give you the damn war. In that document… …lay the Vietnam War. I can’t believe they killed him because he wanted to change things. -ln our time, in our country! -They’ve done it throughout history.
Kings are killed. Politics is power, nothing more! Don’t take my word for it. Do your own thinking. The size of this is… …beyond me. Testify. Me? -Testify. No chance in hell. No, I’d be arrested and gagged. Maybe sent to an institution. Maybe worse. You too. I can give you the background. You find the foreground, the little things. Dig, you’re the only one to bring a trial in Kennedy’s murder. That’s important. It’s historic. I haven’t yet. I don’t have much of a case. You don’t have a choice anymore. You’re a significant threat to the national security structure. They’d have killed you already, but there’s light on you. So they’ll destroy your credibility. They already have in many circles. Be honest. Your only chance is to come up with a case. Something. Anything. Make arrests. Stir the shitstorm. Hope to start… …a chain reaction of people coming forward. Then the government will crack. Fundamentally, people are suckers for the truth. And the truth is on your side, bubba. I just hope you get a break.
– JFK: Mr X: 01–02.
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Homer Lea: Scarcity Conflict.
“Investigation [of the consequences of nations living in accordance to a Masonic War is Peace international law social contract that allows for the nations citizens to procreate and/or consume above ecological carrying capacity limits] shows that whenever two nations have become engaged in warfare they have been advancing on converging lines of [resource acquisition for growing consumption or procreation] self-interest and aggrandizement. When the contact takes place, the struggle for supremacy, or even survival is at hand. This inevitable hour is approximately fixed and determined by the angles of convergence plus the sum of the relative [consumption / breeding war] speed by which the nations are moving along their respective lines. Thus it is that, when the angle of [breeding / consumption war] convergence of both or even one of the nations is acute and the speed or progress along one or both of the converging lines correspondingly great, war results in a few years or decades.” – [EoP Amended] Homer Lea, Valour of Ignorance.
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