A courageous act
Travis Mateer (aka the poet Willilam Skink) did something very courageous and, in my mind, perfectly logical. There was a pro-abortion gathering on the courthouse lawn in Missoula, Montana, where he lives. With a megaphone, no less, he asked the gathering if they also supported his right not to be vaccinated, our bodies, our temples, all of that.
They do not. Read the short piece, Their Body and Their Hypocritical Choice, if you get a chance. He closes out with some justified righteous indignation.
Yellow ribbons and old shoes
I was driving down the road listening to Daniel Lawrence Whitney, Larry the Cable Guy when in character, interviewing Tony Orlando. In 1979 there was a thing called the Iran Hostage Crisis, which I’ve never studied but assume to have been fake. It was a prolonged affair, lasting from November 4, 1979 to January 20, 1981, the day that Ronald Reagan was sworn in as president. I assume vote counting was going on in those days, as the rumors swirled that the Reagan people, including George H.W. Bush, had cut a deal with the Iranians to hold on to the hostages so that the Reagan people could use it as leverage to pull votes away from Jimmy Carter, then president. There was a lot of stuff going on, including a rescue attempt that went south on Carter, probably sabotaged by the Reagan people if even real. I cannot do details here, as it is a large project, one I had forgotten all about. It needs work, more than I am willing to do today.
The thing that triggered the memory was Tony Orlando, as at that time he performed as Tony Orlando and Dawn, and they had a hit song called “Tie a Yellow Ribbon,” and people all over the country were tying yellow ribbons around trees and lamp posts to “support the hostages.” The song, likely, was an inside job, and Orlando was chosen because he is juiced, and selected to be famous. In the movie Wag the Dog, Conrad Breams (Robert De Niro) is on a plane flight with Winifred Ames (Anne Heche), explaining to her how these events are run, how even an entire war can be made from whole cloth using TV. He mentions several fake events, and she mentions the yellow ribbons, and Breams looks at her with raised eyebrows. She says something like “That too?”
Wag the Dog was an interesting sort of a reveal type movie, with top stars, like De Niro, Woody Harrelson, Dustin Hoffman, William H. Macy Jr., even Willie Nelson. It explained not only how they can make a fictitious war on TV, but how, when needed, a song could be planted in the public mind, in this case one written by Nelson’s character, Johnny Dean, stamped on a vinyl record and made to sound very old, and then planted in the Library of Congress. Then one of the people behind it casually mentions to his journalist wife that he remembers that song, she stupidly fetches it, and soon the whole nation is humming “Old Shoe.” Shoes begin appearing hanging on telephone lines all over the country. It is quite an interesting movie, and I am not clear on how or why it got made.
So I imagine that Tie a Yellow Ribbon originated in the bowels of the CIA.
Orlando reminded me of another man, Freddie Prinze, who was often confused with Orlando. They are different men, born ten years apart. Here they are below. That’s Orlando left, Prinze right.
You can see why people would get them confused. Freddie Prinze was, I think, also juiced. He starred in the TV series Chico and the Man, but the story about him is that he became curious about the Kennedy assassination, actually, reports say, “obsessed.” He intended to use his fame to promote alternative theories to Oswald, but on January 29, 1977, at the age of 22, he blew his brains out.
That surely did not happen, by the way, but that’s the story we are told. It is the same thing they did with Bill Hicks, allowing an entertainment figure to go off the reservation, and then to fake kill him off. In Hicks’ case, he was ‘killed’ by aggressive cancer.
There are a couple of reasons for pulling off these hoaxes with fake deaths. For one, if people really are researching facts, it cools their jets, makes them think twice. They imagine that there are dark forces protecting the truth about the assassination, and anyone who gets too close to it gets offed. It also insinuates that these dark forces can inject people with cancer, and make them die that way. That can be intimidating.
Prinze, if still alive, is 67 years old. He has a son, Freddie Prinze Jr., active in show business. I imagine they are in touch. Tony Orlando is currently 77.
If climate doesn’t cooperate with climate extremists, set some fires!
Two activists now have been arrested and charged with arson for setting forest fires in California. The first was professor Gary Maynard, charged with setting the Dixie fire, which burned 963,000 acres in the Plumas National Forest, between Chico, California and Reno, Nevada.
The second is Alexandra Souverneva, who is charged with setting the Fawn Fire, north of Redding, which has burned about 8,500 acres and which destroyed 41 homes and 90 other structures. She said she was merely boiling bear urine to drink, as we all do, when the fire she used got away from her.
My question is this: How does one get urine from a bear? It reminds me of the Duckboy card below,
I have to assume these people, including the bear urine fetishist, are hires, sent on a mission by the powerful forces behind the Climate Change hoax, that if climate change is not really happening, which it is not, they can make it so. It will be interesting to see if they do richly deserved jail time, or if they get off somehow, or if they serve fake jail sentences. It might also help to follow the money. Stay tuned.
You’re no Jack
We know that with photocopies or PCR amplifications, with each cycle, there is degradation of quality. I started to watch a series called Walker, based on an old TV show I never watched called Walker, Texas Ranger. I got maybe three episodes in and thought, “You know what? I am bored!” I cannot deal with the new kids who are playing leading roles, they just don’t cut it. And, frankly, they are playing too hard on the woman card, women who can fight and shoot like men even as their frames are tiny, because these same women have to have unusual sex appeal. None of it works for me. I finally got back into older movies. At least the acting is better.
Walker stars Jared Padalecki, and right away I spotted a Brat. The guy’s been around for a while, though I’ve never seen or heard of him, just me I suppose. It starts with the widow’s peak, then the pointy nose, and then it all becomes apparent. But he’s a weak copy. He’s in the Jack Nicholson Brat Pack, but he’s no Jack. He mumbles, doesn’t emote well, and does a lot of standing. Maybe they shot the thing in 2020 where people were testing them and making them stand six feet apart, but for whatever reason, nothing works, including the large group of beautiful, strong, and amazingly talented women.
Judge for yourself, our newest Bokanovsky Brat, Jared Padalecki.