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“Executive Action” – The First “JFK” Movie

October 27, 2013
“Executive Action” – The First “JFK” Movie

* Twenty years before Oliver Stone’s “JFK”, there was another very powerful movie about the Kennedy assassination – “Executive Action”. The year was 1973, and the Watergate scandal was beginning to eat away at the Nixon administration; as well it should have – the same players were involved in killing Kennedy. I purchased the dvd […]

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  • Review Of Two Books On Neanderthals
    After reading Hancock and Schoch describing the destruction and survival of the human population during the last Ice Age, I wanted to learn more about the development of primitive man. Mind you, Hancock believed the destruction was caused by a comet that broke apart and hit the earth, while Schoch has evidence that the destruction […]
  • Two Reviews: The End Of The World As We Know It
    Two Reviews; The End Of The World As We Know It Reading these two books was quite a learning experience. First, Graham Hancock’s latest: “America Before – The Key To Earth’s Lost Civilization”, followed by Robert M. Schoch, PhD “Forgotten Civilization – New Discoveries On The Solar-Induced Dark Age”. Here is my initial take on […]
  • Review: Industrial Society And Its Future -A Manifesto By Ted Kaczynski
    Well, I finally did it. I got a copy of the short (123 page) “Manifesto” by Ted Kaczynski (The “Unibomber”) and gave it a quick read. “Industrial Society And Its Future” “Manifesto” by Kaczynski (who I will refer to as “T.K.”), was shocking and informative – to a point that I just won’t go. Just […]
  • Review: The Indigenous Paleolithic Of The Western Hemisphere
    Well, this book kicks off my reading of ancient/revision history. I gotta say, I learned quite a bit, but it wasn’t what I expected to learn. First of all, let me say this book, published by The University of Nebraska Press, was very expensive as books go. I think I paid around $60.00 for it. […]
  • Covid Dreams
    Covid Dreams This rambling post is simply the wanderings of my mind as I have worked through Covid. If you don’t care to read it, fine. I’m just working through some thoughts, and believe me, I’ve had a full week of isolation to think about shit. First, let me say I have (until last week) […]