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Response to Judi Lynn (Reply #10)

Mon Sep 26, 2016, 04:21 PM

11. The author of the Phi Beta Kappa 'Scholar' site article did a great job.

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I don't know what to make of guyana dot org. Could be good Guyanese anti-nazis.

Info about the moves the bad guys pull sometimes just gets overwhelmingly disgusting, there's so much in-depth info out there, it could sometimes be bad for morale to constantly study this stuff in-depth, categorically. Always turning over rocks with nasty stuff under them can hurt the digestion and psyche. Like reading too may Vonnegut books in a row.

Talking about it is a tribute to the good people they victimized, though, and a way of exposing those cockroaches. The bad guys want intelligent anti-nazi leaning people to see this info, do the math in their head, and get scared and shut up about it. But knuckling under like that is a bad move, because the bad guys are out to get everybody. I think that the success that anti-nazi people have in Latin America is the result of everyone saying "I'm not going to shut up about it", and the nazis knuckle under because they can't get everybody. The more small fries that talk about the info, the less the baddies are able to get away with their moves.

Mae Brussell did a story on Jessica Savitch and her death. Savitch did an 8 part series for PBS Frontline (it was edgier, then, probably because Ken Tomlinson hadn't worked his magic yet). The 3 parts that ran were the murder of "God's Banker", Calvi; the murder of a couple of NFL officials by organized crime people who wanted rigged games; and Operation Paperclip (Was Operation Overdark, originally) bringing a big bunch of nazis into our intel, getting them away from Nuremberg trials, and using them in operations that benefitted our right wing money people. Then Savitch had a "flameout" on NBC news, which wasn't "cut away from due to technical difficulties", and she then drowned in New Hope, PA with a Murdoch press operative in the car. Same coroner did the controversial autopsy on Abbie Hoffman, later. Frontline never ran the other 5 parts of the series, but Brussell said Paperclip had always been the key information that drove her own research.

It would be interesting to know what the other 5 parts of the series were, but the 3 that were covered were cultism, mob, and nazis in intel, all death worshippers, which pretty much sums the modern driving forces and tools of the big money people behind the gop.

Nyquist did a good job playing a bad guy in the movie. That's 2 good anti-nazi performances from him in a row, but I liked his Dragon Tattoo good guy work more. Stieg Larrson showed that the trajectory of his Salander character was going from fighting against a small cultist serial killer "man who hates women" & corrupt Swedish industrialists, progressing to fighting international nazis & organized crime, and aiming right on through to encompassing a fight against corrupt right wing US post-war intel. I would have loved to see more of the increasing number of great characters around Bloomquist and Salander.

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