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"Actually, it's quite fun to fight them. You know, it's a hell of a hoot ... I like brawling. You go into Afghanistan, you got guys who slap women around for five years because they didn't wear a burka. You know, guys like that ain't got no manhood left anyway. So it's a hell of a lot of fun to shoot them." - Lt. Gen. James Mattis, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT)

"The Army pounds it into your head until it is instinct: Kill everybody, kill everybody. And you do. Then they just think you can just come home and turn it off."- Kenneth Eastridge, 10 years for accessory to murder


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"We all know that our State Department, the Pentagon, and the White House have brazenly proclaimed that they have the right and the power to manage the news, to tell us not the truth but what they want us to believe."
Myron Fagan


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Even though Americans seem to have a tremendous number of magazines, newspapers, cable channels and web sites available, most of them originate from 'highly centralized outlets' that offer remarkably homogenized news. News services for dailies throughout America are provided by the Associated Press, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post wire services, and several foreign wire services like Reuters.

The ideological viewpoint of these 'news' conduits are always corporate.

Viewers of films, television programming, advertisements and readers of prose that includes or implies violence often look upon their fellow men as being more frightening, dangerous, and violent than those who refuse to gaze upon the beast and internalize the violence.

Psychiatrist Robert Coles writes that children in some parts of America are more frightened than children in Lebanon or Northern Ireland; this may very well have to do with the fact that some of the most violent programming on television are cartoons aimed at very young children.

The consequences of this are staggering. Generations brought up on fear may be willing to back the commision of immoral acts in order to protect themselves from imagined threats that do not exist in reality. Especially ones taught that the Trinity and Fat boy saved many of their fellow Americans from death at the hands of the Japanese boogeyman empire. A good example of this may be when the weapons industry financed The Day After, a nuclear doomsday television movie, to get Ronald Reagan on board with their "Star Wars" project.

The Strategic Defense Initiative was a proposed missile defense system intended to protect the US from attack by ballistic strategic nuclear weapons (intercontinental ballistic missiles and submarine-launched ballistic missiles). The system, which was to combine ground-based units and orbital deployment platforms, was first publicly announced by President Ronald Reagan on March 23, 1983.

Physicist Hans Bethe, who worked with Edward Teller on both the atomic bomb and hydrogen bomb at Los Alamos, claimed a laser defense shield was unfeasible. On June 28, 1985, David Lorge Parnas resigned from SDIO's Panel on Computing in Support of Battle Management, arguing in eight short papers that the software required by the Strategic Defense Initiative could never be made to be trustworthy and that such a system would inevitably be unreliable and constitute a menace to humanity in its own right.

Going forward with the Strategic Defense Initiative would have broken two international treaties:

The Outer Space Treaty of 1967, entered into force on 10 October 1967, requires "States Parties to the Treaty undertake not to place in orbit around the Earth any objects carrying nuclear weapons or any other kinds of weapons of mass destruction, install such weapons on celestial bodies, or station such weapons in outer space in any other manner."

The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, entered into force in 1970, requires "Each of the Parties to the Treaty undertakes to pursue negotiations in good faith on effective measures relating to cessation of the nuclear arms race at an early date and to nuclear disarmament, and on a treaty on general and complete disarmament under strict and effective international control."

The programmed fear that was generated by the television movie The Day After was the impetus that allowed the marketing of the "Star Wars" defense system. The planners of 911 took note of the failure to generate enough fear.

Richard Norman Perle mentioned that it would take another "Pearl Harbor" to get America onboard with empire security.



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Talmudwood and the Pentagon have a long history of collusion.

It is very difficult for a human to kill another human. Human beings have to be manipulated into murder as they are naturally empathetic. As well it is much easier to get a group of humans to commit horrific acts than it is to get and individual to do so.

During World War II, when left to their own devices, only 15-20% of individual riflemen would fire their weapon at an exposed enemy soldier .

"Despite all the killing we've done, the human mind is not designed to kill. Portions of us get sick when we kill. Killing is against our nature." - Rachel MacNair

This was blamed primarily upon the training they received in which they would practice shooting at a bull's-eye. Bull's-eyes don't appear on the battlefield and after the war, the military switched to human shaped targets. By the Vietnam war, 95% of the riflemen fired their weapons at an exposed human enemy target.

Today, the Marine Corps use a modified version of the first individual action game Doom (known as Marine Doom) as a training device, along with the traditional live ammunition range targets as a means of normalizing killing among the soldiers. This has been so successful that the Marine Corps Combat and Development Command in Quantico, Virginia has evaluated more than thirty commercially available electronic games for their potential use as miltary training tools.

The American military has acknowledged for decades the success of using human likeness targets to enhance killing ability.

Is the effect of similar video games the same on kids?

With this in mind, the rise of school shootings should come as no surprise.



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Pentagon sanitizes movies to make Americans warlike

Hollywood promotes war on behalf of the Pentagon, CIA and NSA

Upon America's entry into World War II, Talmudwood film makers, John Huston, John Ford, Howard Hawks, and Frank Capra, were hired by the US government to make propaganda films for home and abroad.

In England three of Alfred Hitchcock's classics Foreign Correspondent, Saboteur, and Lifeboat were made as propaganda films. After the World War II, Alfred Hitchcock directed two short documentaries in England, filmed in French and shown in France after the Liberation.

Akira Kurosawa did the same for Japan with his film The Most Beautiful.

Laurence Olivier was a major Talmudwood presence when he made the propaganda films while enlisted, That Hamilton Woman, 49th Parallel, and The Demi-Paradise. That Hamilton Woman was made to gather pro-British support from the American people and was the favorite film of Winston Churchill.

1942 Alec Guinness, an accomplished actor and enlisted man was given special leave to make his New York stage debut in a propaganda play. Alec Guinness had roles in Oliver Twist, The Bridge on the River Kwai, Lawrence of Arabia, Dr. Zhivago and as Obi-Wan "Ben" Kenobi in Star Wars.

In the 1940's, John F. Kennedy hung out with Spencer Tracy, Clark Gable, Lana Turner, Gary Cooper, Walter Huston, Sonja Hennie, Gene Tierney, Peggy Cummins, and Sam Spiegel. John F. Kennedy's father, Joseph P. Kennedy, a confidant of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and a friend of Winston Churchill, made his fortune importing liquor during prohibition.

During World War II, Jimmy Stewart flew 20 missions over Germany as a bomber pilot, rising from a private to a full colonel. Jimmy Stewart retired in 1968 from the Air Force Reserves as a brigadier general. Jimmy Stewart was the highest-ranking entertainer in the American military. Jimmy Stewart received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Lee Marvin is buried at Arlington National Cemetery alongside some of the highest ranking soldiers in the history of the American armed forces. Lee Marvin's career spanned more than forty years and included The Wild One, The Killers, The Dirty Dozen, The Iceman Cometh, The Big Red One, Gorky Park, and Delta Force. Lee Marvin was awarded a purple heart for being shot in the ass.

1946 Neville Brand is discharged after 10 years in the American army, as the 4th most decorated soldier of World War II. Neville Brand had roles in the television show Combat and the movies, Stalag 17, Birdman of Alcatraz, That Darn Cat!, and Tora! Tora! Tora!.

Audie L. Murphy, the most decorated American combat soldier of World War II, is plagued by insomnia, depression and post traumatic stress disorder. Audie L. Murphy received every decoration for valor that this country had to offer, thirty three awards and the Medal of Honor, plus 5 decorations presented to him by France and Belgium. His first wife, Wanda Hendrix often talked of his struggle with his condition, claiming he had at one time held her at gun point. During the mid-1960s he became dependent for a time on doctor prescribed sleeping pills called Placidyl. Audie L. Murphy movies include Battle at Bloody Beach, The Quiet American, To Hell and Back and Beyond Glory.

Don Knotts served in the Pacific in World War II receiving the Victory Medal, among others; James Doohan ("Scotty" on Star Trek) landed in Normandy with the United Sates Army on D-Day; Donald Pleasance (The Great Escape) was an R. A. F. pilot who was shot down and held prisoner by the Germans; David Niven was a Royal Military Academy Sandhurst graduate and Lt. Colonel of the British Commandos in Normandy; Clark Gable, assigned to the UK at RAF Polebrook with the 351st Bomb Group, flew five combat missions, including one to Germany, as an observer-gunner in B-17 Flying Fortresses between May 4 and September 23, 1943, earning the Air Medal and the Distinguished Flying Cross for his efforts; Charlton Heston served for two years as a B-25 radio operator and gunner stationed in the Alaskan Aleutian Islands with the Eleventh Air Force; Ernest Borgnine was a US Navy Gunners Mate; Charles Durning was a US Army Ranger at Normandy earning a Silver Star and awarded the Purple Heart; Charles Bronson was a B-29 tail gunner in the Army Air Corps in the 20th Air Force out of Guam, Tinian, and Saipan; George C. Scott of the US Marine Corps was assigned to the prestigious 8th and I Barracks in Washington, DC; Eddie Albert (Green Acres), a lieutenant in the US Coast Guard in the Pacific, was awarded a Bronze Star for his actions during the Battle of Tarawa in the Pacific Novemeber 1943; Brian Keith served as a US Marine rear gunner in several actions against the Japanese on Rabal in the Pacific; John Russell was a second lieutenant assigned to the 6th Marine Regiment at Guadalcanal where he served as an assistant intelligence officer; Robert Ryan was in the United States Marine Corps serving as a drill instructor at Camp Pendleton, in San Diego, California; Tyrone Power was a second lieutenant in the US Marine Corps who flew cargo and wounded Marines during the Battle of Iwo Jima and the Battle of Okinawa.

1947 Robert Montgomery headed the Talmudwood Republican Committee to elect Thomas E. Dewey president and in the 1960's, served as a communication consultant to John D. Rockefeller, III. He was a speech writer and advisor to Dwight Eisenhower and was appointed as a special consultant to the president on television and public communications. Robert Montgomery was best known for the movies Riptide, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Here Comes Mr. Jordan, They Were Expendable, The Gallant Hours.

1953 Cecil B. DeMille, Paramount Studios, was appointed as a special consultant to the government on cinema propaganda. Cecil B. DeMille believed that the most effective use of American films was not to design an entire image to cope with a certain problem, but rather to see to it that in a regular film, the right line, aside, inflection, or eyebrow movement was introduced to reflect government desired American attitudes to whatever subject was at hand. Cecil B. DeMille once said to C.D. Jackson, of Dwight Eisenhower's Committee of International Information Activities - who also had ties to the CIA - that, "anytime I could give him [Luigi Luraschi, a longtime senior executive at Paramount Studios] a simple problem for a country or an area, he would find a way of dealing with it in a movie."

1956 Joint Chiefs of Staff meet with John Ford, John Wayne, and Merian Cooper, to discuss how Talmudwood could promulgate the concept of "militant liberty". They agreed on the imperative to produce films which would "explain the 'true' conditions existing under communism and to explain the principles upon which the 'free world' way of life is based.

1963 Kirk Douglas is a Goodwill Ambassador for the State Department and the US Information Agency.


The Pentagon has always understood the value of war propaganda.

"Military depictions have become more of an advertisement for us." - Pentagon memo


1986 Upon the release of Top Gun, the American navy set up recruiting booths in theaters where the film was being shown to capitalize on the pro-military fervor the film encapsulated. Due to the enormous expense of military equipment, it makes financial sense for a film maker to get military cooperation. However, this often entails the altering of scripts to fit the desires of the Pentagon (i.e. military and government personnel are to be depicted in more positive and heroic ways, 'American' ideologies are reinforced and not criticized, etc.)

1995 Goldeneye Original script had a American navy admiral betraying state secrets, but this was changed to make the traitor a member of the French navy.

1997 The Jackal received help after the marines were given a better role. Major Nancy LaLuntas had objected that the helicopter pilots had no "integral part in the action – they are effectively taxi drivers." A letter from the film's director, Michael Caton-Jones, stated: "I am certain that we can address the points that you raised and effect the appropriate changes in the screenplay that you requested."

Cooperation had been given to the production of Top Gun after the character portrayed by Kelly McGillis had been changed from an enlisted individual to someone outside the military, as relationships between officers and enlisted personnel are against the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

Although Hearts in Atlantis had no military in the plot, the film makers wanted to use land belonging to the army. The Pentagon suggested that the film could include a shot of an army recruiting booth in a carnival scene.

Despite having made changes to characters in Independence Day, the Department of Defense refused help because, "the military appears impotent and/or inept; all advances in stopping alien invaders are the result of actions by civilians."

Movies that receive assistance from the Pentagon show the military in a glorious light of mythic proportions. They include: Air Force One, A Few Good Men, Armageddon, The Hunt for Red October, Pearl Harbor, Patriot Games, Windtalkers, Hamburger Hill, The American President, Behind Enemy Lines, Apollo 13, Tomorrow Never Dies, and A Time to Kill.

Movies that were denied assistance from the Pentagon portray the reality of war and include Apocalypse Now, Catch-22, Dr. Strangelove, Full Metal Jacket, The Last Detail, Lone Star, Platoon, and The Thin Red Line.

1999 Army signs a five-year, $45 million deal with the University of Southern California, chosen because of its close proximity to Talmudwood, to have the school's movie, special-effects and other technology experts help with troop training, including battle scenarios, virtual reality combat, and large-scale simulations creating settings similar to Operation Desert Storm.

February 2000 Dutch newspaper Trouw and France's Intelligence Newsletter Army's Fourth Psychological Operations (PSYOPS) Group at Ft. Bragg, NC, works within CNN's Atlanta headquarters during the end of the 1999 Kosovo war

"What we're witnessing here today is perhaps not only the announcement of a new sort of technological center, but the creation of a military-industrial-media-entertainment complex." -James Der Derian, professor of international relations at Brown University

2002 To get enlistments for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan 'reality' television series are made.

CBS: American Fighter Pilots, follows three men as they train to fly F-15s, executive producers Tony Scott (director of Top Gun) and Ridley Scott (director of Black Hawk Down).

ABC: Profiles from the Front Line executive produced by Jerry Bruckheimer (Black Hawk Down) and Bertram van Munster (The Amazing Race) follows soldiers as they take part in the invasion of Afghanistan during the summer of 2002.



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"From the F-16 to the F-117 A, the MIA2 tank to the Bradley armored vehicle, the Aegis cruiser to the latest nuclear aircraft carrier, the video-game version arrives on the shelves almost as soon as the weapon system first appears. Indeed, a Pentium chip and a joy-stick will get you into the Comanche helicopter, the F-22, and the newest Seawolf SSN-21 submarine." - James Der Derian

1931 Navy purchases the first aircraft simulator from its designer, Edward Link. By 1932, the military still had only one Link Trainer; the amusement parks had bought close to fifty.

1980 Army asks Atari to create a special version of the game Battle Zone as a training tool for drivers of the Bradley Fighting Vehicle.

1994 The Marine Corps appropriates the video game Doom. Usually the technology transfer goes in the other direction, with military applications leading the way in research and development, from the earliest incarnations of the computer in simulation projects like "Whirlwind" at MIT's Servomechanisms Laboratory during World War II, to "SAGE," the first centralized air defense system of the cold war.

1997 MAK Technologies wins a DoD contract to make Marine Exed Unit 2000, an amphibious assault game intended for both military and commercial markets. Every year, the US government hosts the Connections Conference, which is intended to unite members of the Department of Defense and video game makers. Attendees include personnel of the Defense Intelligence Agency and game companies like GT Interactive. Conference agendas have included such topics as 'Wargaming Design Fundamentals' and 'Department of Defense Wargaming 101'.

1998 J.W. "Wild Bill" Stealy, the chairman of Interactive Magic, a North Carolina software company, is an Air Force Academy graduate and retired Air Force officer. His company produced Carrier Strike Fighter, a flight and combat simulator of the iF/A-18E, a fighter jet that had yet to be put into general operation.

2006 Col. Kenneth "Crash" Konwin, head of the Defense Modeling and Simulation Office, and Larry Tuch, a writer and designer with Paramount Digital Entertainment detail how their organizations adapted Talmudwood multimedia technology and blockbuster movie storytelling skills to create realistic simulations that teach military officers how to make better decisions during international crises.
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