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JFKTV: Segment Five

  Praetorian Guard- The Dallas Police Force Along with the Secret Service, the Dallas motorcycle cops escorting the President were ordered to remain behind and to the side of the limousine so as not to obstruct the public’s view of … Continue reading

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JFKTV: Segment Four

  Praetorian Guard- The Secret Service In the literature dealing with the actions and inactions of the Secret Service, the man most cited as suspicious is shift commander Emory Roberts, the man leading the team of agents in the car … Continue reading

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JFKTV: Segment Three

In this segment I cast the spotlight on Hollywood’s participation in the JFK road show- Hollywood Dreamscapes One of the aspects of this psychological warfare operation that requires careful consideration is the script. Hollywood is by now understood to be … Continue reading

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JFKTV- Segment Two

Previously on JFKTV: Out of site of the crowds as they pulled away from Love field and prior to the motorcade approaching the first crowds lining the streets, the switch was made and actors took over as President, First Lady, Governor … Continue reading

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JFKTV

This is the first installment of my book, JFKTV, to be posted at POM. I’ll break the whole thing up into hopefully easily digestible portions, perhaps 10-ish segments over the next few weeks so as not to hog the road.  Big ups to Mark … Continue reading

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Brian Epstein, because The Beatles-

  I think we are in agreement that The Beatles were a massive psy-op and lead the way in restructuring the culture by first helping to demolish it- Beyond twin spotting with Paul/Mike and John/Fohn, and assorted Ringos at the … Continue reading

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I’d like to thank the Academy…

  …and especially Warren Beatty (and the desiccated remains of Theadora Van Runkle’s mannequin). I take full responsibility for last night’s Oscar meltdown. Clearly Mr. Beatty has not recovered from the shock of my revealing that Bonnie and Clyde were … Continue reading

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Vintage Psyopera: The JFK hoax, a half century too soon

New writer Vexman is digging through some interesting stuff at his blog and since it has come up in the comments section of his first post here at POM, I though I’d post this excerpt from my Hitler research to … Continue reading

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Old Show Biz: Would you care for a Bloody, Mr. President?

A President’s Day reminiscence of two Actors-in-Chief that crossed paths with family… Mr. President “I come from a good family, I’m rich and I like my work, and so does the public, and the critics, and the Academy. I’m just … Continue reading

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Old Show Biz: Dennis Hopper

A little levity from the files of Old Hollywood courtesy of my old man… and this time you can believe every word of it. But First… Serenity Now*, the halfway house down the road from Olive View hospital in the … Continue reading

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