Observations and Comments on a TV Legend by Mitch Santell
Rod Serling was often called “the angry young man of Hollywood.” Recently, my Mrs. And yours truly started watching some of the old episodes of the Twilight Zone.
The key in my view to Rod Serling’s deep talent was deeply rooted in his ability to write. Pour yourself a fresh coffee or hot tea on this lovely Sunday morning (hope things are safe where you are) and watch and listen to the exchange of Mike Wallace and Rod Serling on CBS from 1959. It is worth your time to watch and listen.
Rod Serling, who died in 1975 at 50, was arguably the most influential writer in television history, and write he did: Hundreds of radio plays and teleplays, then of course “The Twilight Zone” (CBS, 1959-64). This vast trove of work is the subject of “Rod Serling: His Life, Work and Imagination,” by author Nicholas Parisi and published in October. Parisi, 48, became a Serling aficionado in the early ’80s, and now — as a board member of the Rod Serling Memorial Foundation — is one of his greatest champions.
Reflections on the thoughts in my brain by Mitch Santell
This is a subject that has fascinated me for years. Many times when I have a thought I will simply pause and ask: “Is this my thought or was it planted in my brain?”
Here is something that Brian Tew had to say about mind control:
Never follow a set pattern of conduct. Always change your behavior every day at a moments notice. Do this when you’re quickly (not slowly) on the move as it is more difficult for their remote neural system to monitor your thoughts while you’re in rapid motion.
If you decide to go to the grocery store go to the convenience store instead. Change it up everyday but don’t do the same things over and over as that establishes a set pattern of conduct.
Remember they are trying to alter your daily motives and emotional perceptions.
The remote neural monitoring system is designed to provoke you emotionally so they can generate response statistics which the system will use to determine how to interpret and link descriptions with data captured about your memory references. That is why they are constantly trying to keep you talking, or constantly stopping you and asking for directions, etc.
So always ignore prolonged random encounters with people you don’t know. You’re not being rude. Just refusing to allow them to manipulate you.
Once they have consistent statistics the system will use previous ‘choice references’ and inject them into your subconscious thought during normal activity which is also referred to as ‘impulse injections’ to convince you that the response was your own and influence you to complete or describe the reference by making the appropriate verbalizing or performing a related action, which is known as ‘Verification’. You can fight and/or control this if you learn to defeat these memory attacks by learning to read active memory.
Once they see what you respond to emotionally, or intellectually, they will fabricate ‘conversational’ or ‘situational’ scenarios (Street Theater) based on events or topics they know will capture your attention.
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Now a little link for you to dive deeper down the mind control machine:
Like so many of us who are die hard Apple fans, we sometimes think that Apple in 2018 is Apple of 2008. Well, it is not. The most recent little secret that I discovered when I wanted to treat my wife to one of her favorite films from when she was a kid.
We simply purchased Lost Horizon at the iTunes store. We immediately started streaming the movie and it looked fine.
This morning I decided that I would download the movie to my Mac Mini so that we would not have to wait for Apple to “authorize” our purchase so we could stream it.
Guess what? I could download the film but because I use a less expensive Dell Monitor, I couldn’t play the film after I downloaded it. The film will still stream but not download.
My response to all this? It makes me not want to purchase movies any more through Apple, Inc.
Sorry Steve Jobs, I think I’ll be going elsewhere to buy my films bro.
The biggest innovations from Apple in 2019 likely won’t be its devices. Instead, it’ll be the services that run on them.
iPhone sales just aren’t soaring like they used to, and it’s getting harder to make smartphones flashier each year. Apple’s ability to woo users increasingly may come from the software and services — like Apple Music and the upcoming Apple video service — we use on those devices.
“Given the momentum that we’re seeing across the board, we feel great about our current services,” Cook said during the company’s earnings call in July. “But obviously we’re also thrilled about our pipeline that have some new services in it as well.”
Apple in the coming years may look very different from the company in the past decade, when it got about two-thirds of its revenue from its smartphone lineup.
Commentary On The Dark Side Of Hollywood by Mitch Santell
In the grand scheme of things, you can’t make this stuff up. There are many among the super rich and elite who are totally addicted to this stuff.
Adrenochrome is a chemical produced by the human body when adrenaline (or epinephrine) oxidizes or “hits the air.” It’s produced when the body is traumatized in some way such as through torture or extreme terror.
When a stimulus which should produce extreme fear is introduced to a human, especially when someone is very young, the adrenaline produced is more potent than the average adult. Because of it’s psychoactive properties Adrenochrome has been linked to mind control drug. Think MK Ultra.
The extraction process is done by killing the person and harvesting the adrenochrome from the base of the neck and spinal column with a needle.
In it’s pure form, black market dealers can make extreme amounts of money when they sell it. This connection between the child sex trafficking, torture and murder of children around the world and the links between MS-13, high profile pedopushers like Podesta and Alefantis and all the ties between these non-profit organizations pretending to provide assistance to victims of various disasters around the world makes sense when you think about this type of drug trafficking.
What better way to collect children than from war torn or natural disaster ripped areas? Parents are gone, families are separated. It’s too easy to get these kid in and out of the country. They slap a few faces of children on their posters and then no one ever really tracks the kids after a certain point.
And there’s also a site online from Canada called Androchrome Labs dot com which says it manufactures it’s own product and sells it in vape form. Seems pretty interesting they’re using vaporizers now to cover their drug pushing. This isn’t regulated and isn’t in a “food form” so it doesn’t have to go through the FDA for approval.
Look at this company in Germany. It’s called Gute Chemie which does say it sells Adrenochrome in their catalog – pricing on request.
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The more I browse through social media outlets in the USSA or even travel abroad, I cannot help but notice the rise of transgenderism.
But why? And who’s to blame?
If you ask some people these two straight-forward questions, they will tell you about how transgenderism (and alternatives to matrimony) is some government “conspiracy” to destroy family units, or to promote perversion. Others point out some biblical dystopia that occurs within “the last days”, or simply blame liberalism, or neoliberalism.
Here’s my thoughts…
While there’s nothing new under the sun, the rise of transgenderism, like homosexuality, can stem from several components. While it’s rather asinine to assign this epidemic to race, some of this stems from the emasculation of the American white male. I mean, we can discuss Roman holidays (homosexuality in ancient Rome), LGBT musicians flourishing way back in the 1960s, bisexual American presidents (including J. Edgar…
(A special hat tip to Sir Danny, a dear friend of mine that I have known for years and is very internet savvy).
The more I looked into online streaming services, the more I found. Need to know more? Here is a recent story that tells it all:
No money in the budget for a Netflix subscription? Or Amazon Prime? Fear not: As long as you have an internet connection, you can still enjoy movie night. Granted, you may not be able to stream Hollywood’s latest, but you can still enjoy gems such as Lady Bird, the first four Rocky movies, The Grand Budapest Hotel and plenty of classics, all without spending an extra penny.
Here are nine services offering totally free — and totally legal — movies you can watch online. Just be prepared to sit through commercials, because that’s how many of these services stay in business. (One quick note: Selections change regularly, so not all the titles listed here may still be available.)
Earlier today, Trump’s chief economic advisor Larry Kudlow poured cold water on expectations for an imminent resolution of the US-China trade war when he said that negotiations in the run up to this week’s G-20 talks “haven’t yielded any progress”, and unless something changes, the “administration will move ahead with the next phase of tariffs.”
“Things have been moving very slowly between the two countries,” Kudlow said, adding that it was up to Xi to come up with new ideas to break the deadlock. And, echoing a report from the US Trade Representative published earlier this month, Kudlow said there hasn’t been much of a change in China’s approach. “We can’t find much change in their approach,” Kudlow told reporters. “President Xi may have a lot more to say in the bilateral [with Mr Trump], I hope he does by the way, I think we all hope he does…but at the moment, we don‘t see it.”
Just a few hours later, a report by Reuters confirmed that Kudlow won’t be “seeing it” for a long time, because according to China’s ambassador to the US, Cui Tiankai, China is going to this week’s G-20 summit hoping for a deal to ease a damaging trade war with the United States, even as he warned of “dire consequences” if U.S. hardliners – read the trade hawks led by Peter Navarro – try to separate the world’s two largest economies.