Reviewing Hollywood snakery

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Re: Reviewing Hollywood snakery

Postby brianv on October 10th, 2013, 9:04 pm

Another thing.

When you apply for a LOAN, your Signature on the Contract electronically creates Slave Debt. Do not be under the impression that the Bank actually loans you anything. A Bank cannot loan it's Assets. Ask to see the Bank's books that shows where - say $10,000 of the Bank's money is transferred into your account, ie the LOAN, and you will be waiting a long time. Your Signature creates $10,000 worth of Debt in the system which you have to pay back with your labour and interest. Then there's the securitisation scam also.
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Re: Reviewing Hollywood snakery

Postby Heiwa on October 11th, 2013, 3:42 am

brianv wrote:Another thing.

When you apply for a LOAN, your Signature on the Contract electronically creates Slave Debt. Do not be under the impression that the Bank actually loans you anything. A Bank cannot loan it's Assets. Ask to see the Bank's books that shows where - say $10,000 of the Bank's money is transferred into your account, ie the LOAN, and you will be waiting a long time. Your Signature creates $10,000 worth of Debt in the system which you have to pay back with your labour and interest. Then there's the securitisation scam also.


When I applied for my loans I evidently got real money, whatever it is, to pay for, e.g. a house or a ship. I assume that money had been deposited in the bank by some person like me but having too much money not knowing what to do with it.
To get real money as a loan from a bank I had to pay interest. Had the bank been muslim I didn't have to pay interest but a fee. I have actually also borrowed money from a muslim bank so I know about this fee. BTW it cost me more to loan from this muslim bank than from the non-muslim bank but the security required to get the loan and pay the fee was probably riskier - a ship?
In neither case my signature created Slave Debt, whatever that is. People using my ship paid for it so I could pay back the bank and after a while the loan was paid and I could collect all the money myself and have a good time. No Slave Debt.
It seems movies made in Hollywood also make money for their owners and maybe that money is deposited in a bank to be borrowed to people like me. Anyway, today I don't borrow money any longer and create Slave Debt. I just spend the money. Great fun.
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Re: Reviewing Hollywood snakery

Postby kickstones on October 11th, 2013, 11:26 am

brianv wrote:"TO MY FELLOW-CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:"

Shame he didn't feel the same about Fictional Earthly Constructs.

Wiki.
Citizenship denotes the link between a person and a state


BOTH FICTIONAL ENTITIES.



Ha, yes, it is a shame he wasn't around for the advent of the font of knowledge that is Wiki, or YouTube come to that.


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ME7K6P7hlko
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Re: Reviewing Hollywood snakery

Postby Flabbergasted on October 13th, 2013, 7:53 pm

kickstones wrote:As it stands at the moment, in my mind, there is a high probability that Jesus was a fictional character created by the Roman Empire, to subdue its subjects, lead them into a life of servitude devoid of critical thought. To this day this scheme of things is all apparent as witnessed by mass apathy to many governmental initiated propaganda events detailed on this site.


Dear kickstones,

It is a common belief among atheists today that insatiable emperors or bankers could have created one or more of the world´s great religions. Many atheists also presume that non-atheists live a life "devoid of critical thought", an unwarranted and preposterous claim.

Allow me to offer some thoughts on the matter:

As Vladimir Lossky pointed out, Church teachings would have no influence on souls if they didn´t express an inner experience of truth. Likewise, outside an orthodox tradition, personal mystical experience, though possible, would lack certainty and objectivity. Thomas Paine´s "my own mind is my own church" is a puerile and egocentric statement.

For those who think bankers could have invented the great world traditions (Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism, etc.), upon which all civilizations have been built (except modern industrialized society), without the vile nature of the authorship being suspected by any of millions of intellectually accomplished and inquisitive philosophers, jurisprudents, mystics, theologians, scholars, poets and monks over the past 25 centuries, I can only say they must not yet have had the inner experience of which Lossky speaks, or they must have been deeply traumatized by something, or they must think they are head and shoulders above the Ibn Arabi´s and Chesterton´s of this world. They are like the colorblind man who, rather than acknowledging his own limitations, denies the possibility that others have first-hand experience of colors.

Bankers and tyrants do not create civilizations or any of the truly qualitative elements in them, such as moral and ethical concepts, sacraments, sacred art, symbols and architecture, asceticism, liturgy, wisdom traditions, languages, canon law, literature classics, traditional sciences and crafts, scripture, charity and traditional mythology.

They absolutely lack the ability and competence to do so.

Bankers are simply astute parasites. They hijack governments and institutions and enslave them with credit scams. They pay failed intellectuals to create a watered-down parody and mockery of culture with which they ceaselessly litter the air waves. Their greatest "intellectual" achievement is basically "hiding the leaf" in a forest of triviality, entertainment, pornography, distractions and useless political blather.

The fact that any earthly institution can be hijacked, subverted and used for personal gain does not lead to the conclusion that parasites (in this case, bankers or tyrants) founded it. On the contrary: parasites, by definition, need already existing host organisms to prey on. The more legitimate and long-lived the institution, the more attractive it is to the parasite.
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Re: Reviewing Hollywood snakery

Postby dblitz on October 14th, 2013, 1:34 am

Good post Flabbergasted, I wasn't expecting to see Vladimir Lossky quoted on Clues Forum :)

Until a genuine scholar provide credible evidence demonstrating he existed then my line of thinking will follow the course put forward by the likes of J Atwill who, through his book Caesar's Messiah, puts across a cogent, although as yet not proven, argument he never existed.

http://caesarsmessiah.com/blog/2012/10/ ... /#more-214


I registered for J Atwill's blog and wrote a comment about this article but he wont publish it. I guess I'm doing the wrong kind of critical thinking. Anyway, how many different versions can there be of the invention of Jesus and Christianity? I have read it was the Jews, I have read it was the 'bad' occultists, I have read it was the space aliens, and now I hear it was the Roman Emperors, and I have only looked into a few of these theories. Are these guys going to agree on which one is correct or are they just going to keep recommending each others books despite the fact they all propose a different narrative?

Many atheists also presume that non-atheists live a life "devoid of critical thought", an unwarranted and preposterous claim.


Quite right, so many are intimidated by the 'authority' of the pop-science atheists they avoid religion completely, thinking it can only be irrational. And why would it be necessary for atheists to dumb down education in Christian nations if Christianity had already prepared the population for psy-ops?

Very few people are capable of being scientists, and not everyone is able to study the sciences, but everyone is capable of and must discuss the things surrounding us, in order to obtain definite concepts about them. That is the proper undertaking of the intellectual faculty in everyone. How much it will obtain depends upon it's strength; but it should always be occupied with the substantial business of thinking things over, and the discussion of realty.

Saint Theophan the recluse (1815 - 1894)


And does any one really believe that Hollywood promotes Christianity?
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Re: Reviewing Hollywood snakery

Postby lux on November 10th, 2013, 1:43 pm

Director and screen writer John Milius provides the masses with a mental image of “school shootings” in his 1984 film “Red Dawn”



full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2LG-ASco6o
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Re: The MOON HOAX

Postby lux on November 28th, 2013, 8:36 pm

Released last year, “Men in Black 3” keeps the Apollo hoax alive.

I just watched this movie and a pivotal element of the plot involves Will Smith's “Agent J” character traveling back in time to July, 1969 and interacting with the launch of Apollo 11 in order to save Earth from an alien invasion in the present. A small device is planted atop the Apollo's Saturn V rocket so that when it “reaches space” it can deploy a shield to fend off the invasion. Another unrelated scene at the beginning of the film just happens to show the Apollo 11 landing site on the moon as well.

To provide the excuse for Agent J going all the way back to 1969 to accomplish this task when, seemingly, any of the more recent alleged space launches should have sufficed, another contrived plot element is employed involving the killing of his older partner by a time traveling villain which Agent J must undo.

The movie's raison d'être really seems to be the promotion of the Apollo hoax with the rest of the film being padded with an abundance of comical space opera gags to please the fans of the series. Plot-wise, even for a comedy sci-fi adventure, this movie abounds with enough illogic to annoy most anyone possessing a 3-digit IQ. A sampling of the annoyances are covered here:


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rsh24i0wQcU

But, unfortunately that didn't stop the film from earning hundreds of millions of dollars, of course. :angry:
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Re: Reviewing Hollywood snakery

Postby lux on March 26th, 2014, 6:23 pm

This strikes me as extremely sick:


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RK-oQfFToVg
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Re: Reviewing Hollywood snakery

Postby Farcevalue on March 27th, 2014, 5:09 pm

It is. But considering the current climate of commitment to public school, corporeal punishment, the abusive domination paradigm of parenting, national debt, dietary and chemical assaults and heaven knows what other unnamed atrocities regularly visited upon children to mold the creative and critically minded into robot slaves, I am not surprised. The laughter hurts and saddens, though.
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Re: Reviewing Hollywood snakery

Postby lux on March 27th, 2014, 5:30 pm

Agreed.

I guess the purpose here is to promote the idea that pleasure can be gained from inflicting pain (emotional or otherwise) on others, especially children.

I'd like someone to put a camera on Jimmy Kimmel while he's told his next year's salary has already been spent. :angry:
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Re: Reviewing Hollywood snakery

Postby lux on August 20th, 2014, 3:59 am

So, does Michael J Fox really have Parkinson's Disease?

This video maker thinks he doesn't and my suspicions are running high. My late brother had the disease and I have a friend who has it. Their symptoms do not at all resemble those displayed by MJF. In fact his rolling eyes and swaying seem downright fake to me. And, where are the telltale tremors?

The touch-the-nose bit @ 4:00 is especially damning here.


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vlHI0rkPko

The guy is an actor after all ...
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Re: Reviewing Hollywood snakery

Postby iCONOCLAST on August 20th, 2014, 7:42 am

As a medico, I will weigh in . I am sure the diagnosis is not Parkinson's disease. He has too much facial expression, his voice is normal, he has no fine tremor at all.
He might have choreal dyskinesia from e.g. a bad batch of PCP or whatever drugs he was doing at the time. Neuroleptic drugs (treating bipolar/ psychosis)
side effects match his symptoms. I can never imagine a Parkinson's patient being able to skate and play ice hockey.
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Re: Reviewing Hollywood snakery

Postby HonestlyNow on August 20th, 2014, 1:41 pm

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Lux, thank you for that video.

Transcript from beginning of this video:

Dr. M: "But then, um, we had a lady working for us. Remember she had a big cancerous tumor around her aorta, she got that, cleaned that all out of her.

So she then emailed Michael J. Fox, you know, because he came on Barbara Walters and he said "Listen, anybody that has anything that can help Parkinson's, I'm open."

Well that was a lie. And so we contacted him, but we got his association. His association said "You know, thanks for the information, but we feel in the next ten to twenty years the pharmaceutical/allopathic community will have a cure for this." ( . . . )

(Doctor Morse has spent 40+ years working with people as a detoxification specialist. There's no such thing as "disease." Our health problems are systemic, and the cause is acidosis of the body. What system must we pay attention to in our health? It's the Lymphatic system. The above mentioned 64-minute video explains in simple, simple terms.)
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Re: Reviewing Hollywood snakery

Postby lux on August 20th, 2014, 6:49 pm

Ab's commentary on this MJF topic shows this funny photo taken from the above video to which I have added Michael J Fox's own words at that moment:

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Case closed! :lol:
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Re: Reviewing Hollywood snakery

Postby brianv on August 20th, 2014, 8:24 pm

lux wrote:Ab's commentary on this MJF topic shows this funny photo taken from the above video to which I have added Michael J Fox's own words at that moment:

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Case closed! :lol:


Hah indeed! There was a lady in front of me in the Post Office and it was very hard to watch. She shook from the inside - like she was vibrating. No I hadn't been smoking anything! But off we go on another tangent - is that how MJF appears now? Hmm. Has he been MIchael Jacksoned? Also that nose thumbing appears more, it's as though he's pointing at some unseen object!

Right I've just called in the family, hid his "Marty" hair from view and asked them who it was. Nobody recognised him and they howled when I said it was MJF.
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