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gotta get those chops in early!

what's hilarious is they did a hidden in plain sight mockumentary talking about how Kubrick faked the landings..
(10-20-2018 04:49 AM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]gotta get those chops in early!

what's hilarious is they did a hidden in plain sight mockumentary talking about how Kubrick faked the landings..

It is probably because between Wag the Dog and Eyes Wide Shut it was a topic of discussion among the elites.

Did we discuss Wag the Dog or EWS yet???
"I know there have been some conflicting views held by some of you, regarding the need for complete security in this matter. More specifically, your opposition to the cover story. Created to give the impression that there is an epidemic at the base....
I found this cover story personally embarrassing myself. However I accept the need for ABSOLUTE SECRECY in this. I hope you will too. Now I am sure you are all aware of the grave potential for cultural shock and social disorientation contained in this present situation. If the facts were prematurely and suddenly made public without adequate preparation and conditioning. Any way... This is the view of the Council.

The purpose of my visit here is to gather additional facts and opinions on the situation. And to prepare a report to the Council recommending when and how the news should eventually be announced.

Dr Floyd, have you any idea how much longer this cover story will have to be maintained?

I suppose it will be maintained as long as deemed necessary by the Council.

Oh yes, as some of you already know the Council has 'requested' that formal security oaths be obtained in writing from everyone who has any knowledge of this event."

Talking about covering up the Monolith on the Moon, or the fake Moon landing??? The camera man at the beginning obviously represents Kubrick, and probably how he got introduced to these elite groups (i.e. first as just a documentarian of their get togethers/events).



Stop the above video at the 0:20 mark.

That camera man definitely represents Kubrick, IMO.

[Image: stanley-kubrick-showgirl.jpg]

I guess some people don't know that he started his career as a photographer, for Look Magazine.

"Look was a bi-weekly, general-interest magazine published in Des Moines, Iowa, from 1937 to 1971, with more of an emphasis on photographs than articles. A large-size magazine of 11 in × 14 in (280 mm × 360 mm), it was generally considered a competitor to Life magazine, which began publication months earlier and ended in 1972, a few months after Look ceased publication.

It is known for helping launch the career of film director Stanley Kubrick, who was a staff photographer. "

This is a famous portrait he took of himself, at that time.
[Image: stanley-kubrick-self-portrait3.jpg]

Well, the guy who owned Look Magazine (with his brother, having inherited from their father, a banker/businessman):
"To help counteract the agitation against the Vietnam war in the mid-1960s, Cowles served on a committee that included such notables as Arthur H. Dean, Dean Acheson, Eugene R. Black, James B. Conant, Thomas S. Gates, Roswell Gilpatric, David Rockefeller, and John J. McCloy.[5]

His service on boards included the boards of trustees of the Ford Foundation and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the boards of directors of the First National Bank of Minneapolis and the Equitable Life Insurance Company of Iowa.[6] "

So that is what, one degree of separation between this guy, John Cowles, and David Rockefeller and the Carnegie 'Endowment for International Peace'? (These foundations were all globalist fronts, from the beginning)

"In the 1940 Republican Party presidential primaries, Cowles and his brother supported Wendell Willkie in their newspapers and magazines. Cowles later accompanied Wilkie on a world tour, and helped him write the bestseller One World."

LOL, sounds like Globalism to me!

"He was a delegate to the 1954 Bilderberg Conference, the first meeting of the conference. "
Oh shit son! I love how Wikipedia hides important info, then slips it in there at the end, just so you can't accuse them of omitting it entirely. They always put it last, and say the minimum though, that you can be sure of.

You can pretty much guarantee at this point that either Look Magazine or its owners were involved with the CIA, from the get-go.
a hollywood movie about a hollywood movie



Imagine the Wright brothers take flight, and no one takes flight for 47+ years.
Imagine Edmund Hillary climbs Everest and no one climbs it again for 47+ years.
Imagine Columbus sails to the New World, but for 47+ years no one can replicate it.
Now imagine NASA sent 6 missions to the Moon, and for 47+ years no one could replicate it.

I don't even know why any other discussion is necessary, beyond entertainment and rubbing it in NASA's face.
Looks like I will have to do some more heavy lifting, and blow this SOB wide open.




"Oh, and what's so stinking about it?"
"It's a stinkin' world because there's no law and order any more.
It's a stinkin' world because it lets the young get unto the old, like you lot.
Oh it's no world for an old man any longer.
*literally I have no idea what he says next but then*
Men on the Moon??? And men spinning round the Earth.
And there's not no attention paid to earthly law and order no more."

There are a couple small things in this scene, on top of that. First of all, Kubrick has filmed the scene to make it look like.... The All-Seeing Eye! The Pyramid, without capstone, with light at the top of the pyramid, where Alex and his droogs appear from.

Second, as soon as the old bum says "Men on the Moon???" Dim, the DUMB one, laughs. Get it? Kubrick is trying to get you to laugh at the idea, but he has to use the DUMB GUY to deliver the message. Listen to it a few times, and tell me if you don't think the delivery by the bum and the timing of the laugh by Dim aren't strange and yet, exact. Very specific subconscious intent there...

Lastly the idea of a clockwork orange is what? A living thing made mechanical. I always say this. We wonder "When will they make human-like robots?" Well, maybe the right question is "When will they, or when did they start making robot-like humans???"
^ very interesting.
terrible acting in these scenes.. When I see Ryan Gosling, I can't take him seriously



Ryan Gosling is the Keira Knightly of male actors.
It is like they know they only look good when trying to be serious, so they try to be serious all the time. Always the same expression. Minimum emotion.

Never smile, seems to be the rule of thumb.

Looks like Jane Armstrong was the original Apollo Program skeptic, after the Apollo 1 crew (and Thomas Baron), of course.
That is really the clearest reference in A Clockwork Orange to the Apollo Program. In general ACO is significant because it exposed people to MK Ultra, about a decade after The Manchurian Candidate.

Apparently ACO had about 4x the box office gross of Manchurian Candidate, so I think we can say that it had the wider impact. It seems to me Manchurian Candidate was quite suppressed but of course that is a contentious issue....

My question is, why did Kubrick want to do a film about mind control ostensibly right after 2001: ASO and (allegedly) the Apollo Program?

My guess would be because that was the world he had been involved in, the prior 5-6 years. The world of altering people's perceptions, their minds, their psychology, and even that the astronauts (or possibly Kubrick to some extent himself) had been mind-controlled.

There is the famous story of Armstrong being a recluse for years (as well as Kubrick) but there is another about Buzz Aldrin 'throwing up' when asked to recall what being on the Moon was like, just a few years afterwards.

That, to me, sounds like something that was programmed into him. "When you think about this, you will actually think about that".

Next up for Kubrick was of course Barry Lyndon, which I think he wanted to do from a sort of autobiographical standpoint, which I will explain later. After that of course came The Shining, which we will discuss in some depth, and briefly Full Metal Jacket, before finishing with Eyes Wide Shut (and a brief mention again of AI, which Kubrick was working on when he 'died').

The first point I want to make about Barry Lyndon, though, is that Kubrick ACTUALLY wanted to do a Napoleon film! Hmmm..... Spent years and years researching Napoleon allegedly. Now what was the famous event in Napoleon's life, from the 'conspiracy' perspective? Any one?
Quote:There is the famous story of Armstrong being a recluse for years (as well as Kubrick) but there is another about Buzz Aldrin 'throwing up' when asked to recall what being on the Moon was like, just a few years afterwards.

and edgar mitchell going to robert masters for hypnosis sessions so he could remember what it was like to be on the moon
(10-27-2018 02:53 AM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]
Quote:There is the famous story of Armstrong being a recluse for years (as well as Kubrick) but there is another about Buzz Aldrin 'throwing up' when asked to recall what being on the Moon was like, just a few years afterwards.

and edgar mitchell going to robert masters for hypnosis sessions so he could remember what it was like to be on the moon

"Please hypnotize me so I remember what they hypnotized me to remember"

It is just reprogramming. They have to do it for all adult MK Ultra subjects. Like Sinead O Connor. Don't know anything about her except she was abused as a child (apparently by a priest but probably multiple people), but she had a strange case where she married a therapist for something like 3 weeks.

Reprogrammed.

As for Edgar Mitchell: "he spent nine hours working on the lunar surface in the Fra Mauro Highlands region,"

[Image: Apollo_14_cone_crater_boulders.jpg]
Definitely tougher to fake that one than go for real. Yep.

Yeah, I mean why would a person remember something insignificant like that?

So any ideas about why Kubrick was interested in Napoleon?
please tell us

i only know about the whole rothschild waterloo fiasco
(10-27-2018 05:47 AM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]please tell us

i only know about the whole rothschild waterloo fiasco

Yep, Rothschilds took over Bank of England using Napoleon's defeat. Classic pincer movement, they controlled the Duke of Wellington AND Napoleon. Financed them both.

I would have to look into the details to see if they did anything to help Napoleon lose, withdrew funding for example or supplied false intelligence, but obviously they made sure the Duke of Wellington and his Prussian allies were well supplied.

So it seems to me Kubrick would have definitely included the bankster angle in his Napoleon film. He was rumored to have done EXTENSIVE research after all, and was said to be 'interested' in conspiracy theories (the story goes that one of his daughters bought him a conspiracy encyclopaedia of some sort, Kubrick probably wanted to see if he was in there!).
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