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This post is a return to a past investigation, <a href="http://italkyoubored.wor dpress.

com/2013/05/11/andrew-breitbart-psychosis-in-a-political-mask-part-one/"> "Andrew Breitbart: Psychosis in a Political Mask Part One"</a>, where I believe I provided substantial evidence that a chapter devoted to the Frankfurt School i n Breitbart's memoir, <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Righteous-Indignation-Excus e-While-World/dp/B00A19TMNG/"><i>Righteous Indignation</i></a>, took its materia l without credit or citation from <a href="http://www.schillerinstitute.org/fid_ 91-96/921_frankfurt.html">"The New Dark Age: The Frankfurt School and Political Correctness"</a> by Michael Minnicino, which originally appeared in <i>Fidelio</ i>, a magazine published by Lyndon LaRouche. It would also appear to borrow othe r related material from a later essay on the same subject, <a href="http://www.m arylandthursdaymeeting.com/Archives/SpecialWebDocuments/Cultural.Marxism.htm">"C ultural Marxism"</a> by William Lind. The plagiarism issue, that Breitbart wante d so badly to be seen as an intellectual that his nest carries other feathers, i s incidental to the way a very ugly perspective, a classic and ancient conspirat orial perspective, of an all-powerful group of jews who destroy the christian by manipulating the darker races of the ghetto, is made mainstream<a name="bkfrftn ote1"></a><a href="#ftnote1"><sup>1</sup></a>. It is commonplace now to hear of the two flanks of the American conservative mov ement, the interventionist neo-conservatives and the isolationists. What is stri king, and very instructive, is the way in which this specific conspiracy is shar ed by both flanks. Breitbart was a staunch supporter of the Iraq war, a man who felt that the failure of the democratic party was that it was not as hawkish as Joe Lieberman, a man who acutely feels an apartness from those around him in Los Angeles when they dare to protest the war with Iraq, a man who gives a public s peech where he's seized with mad enthusiasm about the idea of the American milit ary annihilating the dissenting left<a name="bkfrftnote2"></a><a href="#ftnote2" ><sup>2</sup></a>. Yet his Frankfurt School thesis originated with an essay publ ished in a magazine of the isolationist LaRouche. The Frankfurt School thesis al so shows up in <i>Death of the West</i> by Patrick Buchanan, isolationist and ho locaust denier<a name="bkfrftnote3"></a><a href="#ftnote3"><sup>3</sup></a>. While going through Breitbart's book, I wondered at what possible sources he'd c ome across and used for this section. Minnicino and Lind, are most certainly the re, without credit. However, there is a concept not in Minnicino or Lind, the id ea that the Frankfurt School have set up something like a Democratic Media Compl ex. The lunatic idea that this small group of european exiles is able to exert i ts influence over the United States through mind control originates in Minnicino (the mind control is not figurative, in Minnicino's essay it is <i>literal</i>) ; the theme of a "complex" does not. It is, of course, reminiscent of the matrix in which Neo is trapped, and there in one section of <i>Indignation</i>, Breitb art mixes the two up. There is, however, a movie currently available on youtube, <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIdBuK7_g3M">"Cultural Marxism: The Cor ruption of America"</a>, copyright 2010, a year before the publication of Breitb art's <i>Righteous Indignation</i>. It deals with this same idea of cultural mar xism, the Frankfurt School, the very same thesis that appears in Breitbart's boo k, and though it makes no mention of a "complex", it at one moment refers to bei ng trapped like Neo, in a matrix created by the Frankfurt School. A full transcript of "Cultural Marxism: The Corruption of America" follows the e nd of this post, after the footnotes; this excerpt and all others from the movie are taken from there: <blockquote>NARRATOR This time it seems Marx won. Today, post-Engle<a name="bkfrftnote4"></a><a href= "#ftnote4"><sup>4</sup></a> politically correct baby boomers are so completely i mmersed in the Frankfurt School's cultural pessimism, they can't see the forest for the trees. They're fish in a bowl of muddy water. They're Neo in the Matrix. They swim in it. They absorb it through every pore of their beings. Starting in

the 1960s, cultural marxism has woven its values into every american's very exi stence. Khrushchev was right when he said, "we will bury you."</blockquote> From <i>Indignation</i>, where Breitbart mixes up the matrix with the complex Neo is trapped in the <i>Matrix</i>, figures out that the <i>Matrix</i> is a sha m, yet here he figures out the <i>Complex</i> is a sham: <blockquote>If you ve got a big story, the Complex will do what it always does: at tack you personally using the PC lexicon. You immediately become a racist, sexis t, homophobic, jingoistic nativist. Don t let them do it. The fact is this: if you refuse to buy into their lexicon, if you refuse to back down in the face of tho se intimidation tactics, they can t harm you. <b>You re Neo in the hallway with Agen t Smith after he figures out that the Complex is a sham the spoon isn t bending, h e s bending.</b> Once it hits him that he s not bound by the rules of the game, he c an literally stop bullets. You can stop their bullets because their bullets <i>a ren t real</i>.</blockquote> My focus in this post will be on this movie, "Cultural Marxism", and treat as th e center of a wheel with some very interesting spokes. There are two notes that I would like to make explicit and state in very obvious terms before continuing. The first is that the cultural marxism thesis is a very ugly one, an inherently ugly one, where a group of all-powerful jews who enslave and destroy America is very much a part of an ancient and vile conspiracy tradition. The jewishness of the Frankfurt School is an inherent part of Minnicino's thesis. Minnicino would later leave LaRouche's organization and disavow his work there<a name="bkfrftno te5"></a><a href="#ftnote5"><sup>5</sup></a>. "The New Dark Age" is very much co nsistent with the conspiracy thinking of the LaRouche group, which would hold a conference where Minnicino would present another paper on the artificiality of t he jewish ethnic identity alongside <a href="http://www.schillerinstitute.org/co nf-iclc/1990s/conf_feb_1994_chaitkin.html">"America's 'Young America' movement: slaveholders and the B'nai B'rith"</a> by Anton Chaitkin, a paper on how B'Nai B 'rith, a jewish social organization, was the hidden hand behind the civil war<a name="bkfrftnote6"></a><a href="#ftnote6"><sup>6</sup></a>. The Frankfurt School thesis would show up, as already said, in <i>Death of the West</i>, a book by h olocaust denier Pat Buchanan, and it would show up in <a href="http://info.publi cintelligence.net/AndersBehringBreivikManifesto.pdf">the manifesto of Anders Bre ivik (PDF)</a>, the Norwegian mass murderer, though Breivik, unlike Breitbart, w as good enough to give credit to Minnicino. The second, and equally crucial point, is that this ugly racial appeal is able t o exist through the larger co-operation of the press. The conservative can make an appeal to race, but it must be discreet, a dog whistle, allowing the press to ignore or downplay the appeal and present this politician or thinker as a great statesman or thinker. Where this has broken down recently, where we speak now o f a "lunatic fringe" of the Republican party, is when politicians become so vulg ar, so flagrant, so obvious that the press cannot disguise it. At the very begin ning of Matt Taibbi's <i>Griftopia</i>, he writes of his astonishment at the vio lently loud dog whistles she sounded - yet this was a speech that people declare d as a victory, as a signal that she had the potential to be a serious political figure - I point to the most ridiculous example that comes to mind, Charles Lan e's <a href="http://voices.washingtonpost.com/postpartisan/2008/09/in_the_oconno r_mold.html">"PostPartisan - Sandra Day O'Palin?"</a> <a name="bkfrftnote7"></a> <a href="#ftnote7"><sup>7</sup></a>. That the press now makes no attempt to apol ogize for or explain her stupidity or her xenophobia is because she has lost all political usefulness and because her statements, about being a victim of blood libel or shucking and jiving, are so bluntly visible that they can no longer be dressed up. Occasionally, even after the cruel racial appeal is out in the open and very obvious, there is still an attempt to look away from the abattoir or fo rce us to swallow the filth. There were the newsletters published by Ron Paul, w hich included one that explained how to kill black men and get away with it, tha

t were treated by a few too many as if they were something that should be proper ly forgotten, a tiresome nuisance brought up by social lessers<a name="bkfrftnot e8"></a><a href="#ftnote8"><sup>8</sup></a>. <a href="http://www.theatlantic.com /magazine/archive/2010/11/the-tea-partys-brain/308280/">"The Tea Party's Brain"< /a>, a profile of Paul by Joshua Green, only gives mention of the newsletters in parenthesis; Henry James would envy at how much is contained in those parenthes es<a name="bkfrftnote9"></a><a href="#ftnote9"><sup>9</sup></a>. After the conte nt of the newsletters broke again in the 2011 primaries, Robert Wright's first b log post at <i>The Atlantic</i> was <a href="http://www.theatlantic.com/politics /archive/2012/01/the-greatness-of-ron-paul/250827/">"The Greatness of Ron Paul"< /a>, giving barely any mention of the newsletters at all. Ross Douthat would wri te of Paul's lengthy career of publishing such newsletters as a period of madnes s, a madness which helped him to become a better statesman. I lack Douthat's gen ius, and so I am entirely ignorant on this cause and effect, how publishing inst ructions on effectively murdering the young men of your society and getting away with the deed makes one a better leader<a name="bkfrftnote10"></a><a href="#ftn ote10"><sup>10</sup></a>. There were numerous attempts to shame those who were r epulsed by the content of Paul's newsletters, by among others, Andrew Sullivan, Conor Friedersdorf, and I'm sorry to say, Glenn Greenwald, and I thought then as I do now, that their efforts were a disgusting embarassment. It would only be through the abetting of the press that Breitbart was able to ge t away with a campaign of destroying a voter rights service for the needy, ACORN , a campaign of persecution against Shirley Sherrod and Van Jones, an incessant questioning of whether Tea Party protesters had yelled out "nigger!" when John L ewis ascended the capitol steps, all of which was given the heady label of citiz en journalism<a name="bkfrftnote11"></a><a href="#ftnote11"><sup>11</sup></a>. B reitbart did, after all, give out content which could fill the space for a few d ays, with questions on the accuracy and reliability of his work only coming afte r lives had been wrecked. That the first Anthony Weiner scandal may have been br ought about by a rival congressman, or that Breitbart's Frankfurt School thesis seems to have been a jewish conspiracy piece plagiarized from a far right fringe group were questions that weren't brought up at all<a name="bkfrftnote12"></a>< a href="#ftnote12"><sup>12</sup></a>. Some might see in this larger picture - th e way he went after Sherrod, Jones, Lewis, coupled with a jewish conspiracy theo ry, as an attempt at the old racial appeal, but no, the press was happy to cover up the mess. Breitbart helped do his part, by advertising himself as a new kind of conservative, and where Minnicino stresses the jewishness of the Frankfurt S chool, Breitbart barely gives it mention, though occasionally hints of the old u gliness show through. He gives one parenthetical mention of the Frankfurt School being almost entirely jews - though perhaps one mention is enough. He also desc ribes their philosophy as an anthrax, a weaponized bacteria, like that which mig ht be carried by shipboard rats, and the jews of Europe were once spoken of as a pestilence that had to be eliminated<a name="bkfrftnote13"></a><a href="#ftnote 13"><sup>13</sup></a>. This all serves as necessary context before moving on to "Cultural Marxism: The Corruption of America", directed by conservative film-maker James Jaeger. Where Breitbart joins his Frankfurt School with a pro-military neoconservative philoso phy, Jaeger's movie joins it with hardline isolationism and christian fundamenta lism. It is because of the cultural marxists that there is an out of control sec urity state, because of the cultural marxists that public schools are falling ap art, cultural marxists and their european economic thinking are behind the feder al reserve and the economic collapse. It is the cultural marxists who are behind the secularization of american society, the collapse of the american family, th e making of men more like women and women more like men, the cultural marxists a re behind the promotion of same sex marriage<a name="bkfrftnote14"></a><a href=" #ftnote14"><sup>14</sup></a>. The movie is mostly narration over various illustr ative images, intermixed with various talking heads. I do not think the argument s made are strong or substantial; my focus is on the varied ways the cultural ma

rxist thesis is employed and the interesting connections of the film-maker, so I leave it to others to refute the film's claims. The talking heads include: Ron Paul, the already mentioned publisher of vile newsletters; Pat Buchanan, isolat ionist and holocaust denier<a name="bkfrftnote15"></a><a href="#ftnote15"><sup>1 5</sup></a>; Ted Baeher, a religious fanatic who recently argued that those who back marriage equality should face trial and just punishment<a name="bkfrftnote1 6"></a><a href="#ftnote16"><sup>16</sup></a>; and Edwin Vieira, best known for d eclaring that supreme court justice Anthony Kennedy's striking down of an anti-s odomy statute was an example of "Marxist, Leninist, satanic principles drawn fro m foreign law." Though he was a harsh critic of cultural marxism, Vieira felt th e best way of dealing with Kennedy came from Joseph Stalin: the tyrant had a slo gan, and it worked very well for him, whenever he ran into difficulty: 'no man, no problem'" - and Dana Milbank would be good enough to give the full quote to < i>Washington Post</i> readers: "Death solves all problems: no man, no problem."< a name="bkfrftnote17"></a><a href="#ftnote17"><sup>17</sup></a> Before I go further, I should note something which recurred again and again in m y look into this subject - the eerie occurence of ideas or themes suddenly there in the opposite place you expect it to be, like an elaborate sex toy in a conve nt or a gleaming supercomputer in an amish farm. I tried to think of a proper me taphor and the only one I could come up with was the original movie of <a href=" http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0056218/?ref_=nv_sr_2"><i>The Manchurian Candidate</ i></a>, where the hardline anti-communists are, in fact, part of a conspiracy wi th the communist Chinese. There is already the strange fact that the Frankfurt S chool thesis is employed by factions of the American right that are in supposed opposition, the neoconservatives and isolationists. There is the additional stra nge fact that the Breitbart news site is now headed by Ben Shapiro and Joel Poll ak, two ardent pro-Israeli writers. These two men who are so militant in calling out what they see as anti-semitism, with Shapiro floating the discredited story of Hamas backing Chuck Hagel, write on a site whose founder presented as his gu iding worldview a plagiarism of a jewish conspiracy theory<a name="bkfrftnote18" ></a><a href="#ftnote18"><sup>18</sup></a>. Jonah Goldberg would assail Matthew Yglesias for statements that he felt were in the tradition of Charles Lindbergh, while at the same time claiming Andrew Breitbart as a close friend, a man whose worldview was a plagiarism of the kind of conspiracy so beloved of Lindbergh, w ith the cherry on top that <i>Righteous Indignation</i> appeared to borrow witho ut citation from Goldberg's <i>Liberal Fascism</i> as well<a name="bkfrftnote19" ></a><a href="#ftnote19"><sup>19</sup></a>. Similarly, "Cultural Marxism" is a movie for a far right audience, but it might be the one of the only documentarys I've seen - conservative or liberal - which refers to large multinationals, multiple times, as corporate fascists<a name="bk frftnote20"></a><a href="#ftnote20"><sup>20</sup></a>. This movie is for the wor ker who sees work and wages being less and less, with companies acting ruthlessl y and moving work overseas. This is a movie disgusted at government overreach, b ut views the lack of the support of national tariffs as an example of the overwh elming influence of cultural marxism<a name="bkfrftnote21"></a><a href="#ftnote2 1"><sup>21</sup></a>. The movie is designed to appeal to the audience that the D emocratic Party abandoned in the 1990s, and who would afterwards vote according to cultural issues now that both parties were equally weak in fighting for worke r rights, so eloquently described in Thomas Frank's <a href="http://www.amazon.c om/Whats-Matter-Kansas-Conservatives-America/dp/080507774X/"><i>What's the Matte r with Kansas?</i></a> <a name="bkfrftnote22"></a><a href="#ftnote22"><sup>22</s up></a> This is the very same audience that Buchanan appealed to with great succ ess, as did Ross Perot, and here we have another overlap with Breitbart - Perot was the last non-Republican voted for by Breitbart, who had great difficulty fin ding work with his terrible grades and ADD<a name="bkfrftnote23"></a><a href="#f tnote23"><sup>23</sup></a>. There is the discordant moment of hearing a company described as a "corporate fa

scist" alongside an indictment of the malevolent influence of marxist thinking i n the United States, and there is a strange discordancy between this and one of the men behind this movie. "Cultural Marxism" is a movie produced by the late Wi lliam L. Van Alen, Jr. (he died in 2011). Van Alen was the founder of the Noah F und, which invested according to christian principles<a name="bkfrftnote24"></a> <a href="#ftnote24"><sup>24</sup></a>. That meant it avoided any involvement wit h anything that promoted birth control, pornography, alcohol, or gambling. It wo uld also avoid any companies that had any policy permitting or promoting same se x marriage<a name="bkfrftnote25"></a><a href="#ftnote25"><sup>25</sup></a>. Any other worker concerns were of no consequence. The Noah Fund's biggest investment s were in Microsoft and Wal-Mart, a company notorious for the abysmal treatment and wages of their workers. Noah's portfolio manager would explain their investm ent in both companies on the basis that they were de facto monopolies, allowing them full freedom in setting their prices. Another investment would be Fannie Ma e, a government sponsored entity whose investment was explained on the basis tha t they would buy housing debt that no one else would<a name="bkfrftnote26"></a>< a href="#ftnote26"><sup>26</sup></a>. So, here is this strange contradiction: a man who, guided by ethical christian principles, invested in companies which tre ated workers abysmally and a government backed entity, then made a movie about c orporate fascists and the overreach of the federal government. "Cultural Marxism" manages to be more discrete about the Frankfurt School than B reitbart, never mentioning that any of its members are jewish. Off-screen, James Jaeger, the director of "Marxism", as well as <a href="http://www.youtube.com/w atch?v=ofrhqP7JWaA">"Molon Labe"</a>, <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cH G-YaIVouU">"Original Intent"</a>, <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTbvoi TJKIs">"Corporate Fascism"</a> and <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5K41O 2QfpjA">"Fiat Empire"</a>, is far more vocal. On his website, <i>The Jaeger Inst itute</i>, again and again the problems that a jewish cabal were causing the wor ld were brought up<a name="bkfrftnote27"></a><a href="#ftnote27"><sup>27</sup></ a>. You have a striking moment in a piece on the movie <i>Crash</i>, <a href="ht tp://www.jaegerresearchinstitute.org/articles/crash.htm">"Paul Haggis, Bigotry & amp; CRASH"</a> - an essay which is devoted almost entirely to the idea that the jews who control Hollywood are determined to make themselves look good and chri stians look bad - Jaeger makes the astonishing point that <i>the jews incited th e germans to the point of genocide</i>. I bold that part: <blockquote>On another level, Paul's film exemplifies the same old tactics Holly wood films, and Hollywood apologists, use over and over: display plenty of diver sity on-screen in the CAST (and at the Academy Awards), but make no mention of t he LACK of diversity behind-the-scenes in the EXECUTIVE SUITES.(2) Why doesn't P aul write a feature that is set in the executive suites of say Warner Bros. or P aramount where the dominating minority is properly and accurately acknowledged a s Jewish? Then let's see a bunch of Black, White, Latino, Iranian, Asian and Per sian filmmakers CRASH into them with their movie projects. Let's see how toleran t the Jewish studio executives are when a non-Jewish filmmaker wants to tell a s tory that's not in alignment with the socio-political agenda of the dominating J ewish Hollywood minority. For instance, a story from a Palestinian filmmaker who wants $50 million to film her perspective on the conflict in Israel. Or a pictu re where an Asian writer get to tell his view of Pearl Harbor or Hiroshima? <b>O r a German who gets to tell his story about what the Jews did to antagonize the German people to the point of genocidal insanity.</b></blockquote> The venom was there as well in a piece on Mel Gibson's <i>The Passion</i>, where he would argue that Gibson did not get studio backing for his movie for this ve ry reason. From <a href="http://www.filmreform.org/agenda.htm">"Hollywood's True Agenda"</a>: <blockquote>The specifics of the issue are this: TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX, an MPAA company, declined to finance and distribute THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST.(1) Why? W

as it because THE PASSION was a motion picture with an agenda different from the agenda of the control group that dominates Hollywood? If American pop culture i s controlled, or significantly influenced, by a dominating minority of political ly liberal, secular, Jewish males of European heritage, as extensive research co nducted by entertainment-securities attorney, John W. Cones, confirms at the Fil m Industry Reform Movement (see www.homevideo.net/FIRM), could this be one of th e reasons, or even THE reason, Mel Gibson got such a raw deal from Hollywood stu dios? Many industry observers and analysts imply it was. When Mel Gibson originally went to FOX (a studio he had worked with on several s uccessful projects), the initial "reasons" they gave him for refusing to finance or distribute THE PASSION were a) it wasn't in English nor subtitled; and b) th ey felt religious movies, as exemplified by a number of recent flops such as THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO JOHN, don't generally do well at the box office. </blockquo te> <blockquote>Later on, mouthpieces for the Jewish Establishment(2), in particular Abraham Foxman of the Anti-Defamation League (the ADL), came out and declared t hat "recent statements by Mel Gibson paint the portrait of an anti-Semite. . ."( 3) and he was troubled that Mel's movie would incite anti-Semitism -- thus they advised the studios (who listen to the ADL's advice), to decline to finance and distribute THE PASSION. Foxman later advised Mel Gibson to remove a line of dial og (Matthew 27:25) from the picture, which Mel did. Continuing to complain, Foxm an then advised Mel to place a post script on the picture, which he opted to not do, because, as Mel stated in his Diane Sawyer interview, 'it implied there was something wrong with my movie'. Nevertheless, even though Mel DID add subtitles, taking away "reason a)," neithe r FOX, nor any of the MPAA studio/distributors -- under the direct or indirect, overt or covert, suggestion or orders of the Jewish community, through their adv ocacy organization, the ADL -- offered to finance or distribute THE PASSION OF T HE CHRIST. Thus, in effect, the GENERAL JEWISH COMMUNITY (AS REPRESENTED BY THE ADL) AND THE SO-CALLED 'HOLLYWOOD JEWS' COMBINED TO EFFECTIVELY SUPPRESS (SOME S AY CENSORED OR BOYCOTTED) THE FINANCING AND DISTRIBUTION OF A CHRISTIAN MOTION P ICTURE THROUGH STANDARD HOLLYWOOD CHANNELS, i.e., through publicly-held, New Yor k Stock Exchange-listed, MPAA-member studio/distributors. (4)</blockquote> In the same piece we have Jaeger bringing up the theme usually implied in most s uch conspiracy theories, the all-powerful jew manipulating the darker races to t he detriment of the white christian: <blockquote>Hollywood studios also promote endless immigration of people that ar e believed to NOT be prone to anti-Semitic behavior so that the dominating Chris tian community in America (77% of Americans are Christians, 1.3% Jews and less t han 1% Muslims) can be diluted.(18) This is why your European friends seem to ha ve a more difficult time getting permanent visas than do your Asian, African or Hispanic friends. This is also why the United States is being flooded with more people than we can assimilate right now and why America is no longer a "melting pot."</blockquote> Jaeger makes explicit that the culture war is a religious war, saying it loud an d clear, without code words or dog whistles: <blockquote>Thus the main reason Christianity is often bashed by Hollywood movie s is because of the obvious: It's the dominant religious preference in the U.S. (something the control group sees as threatening), AND the founder of Christiani ty, Jesus Christ, is a JEW that was attempting, through a new testament, to lead Gentiles into a new pact with God. Since the Hollywood control group is dominat ed by Jews who generally disavowal any recognition that one of their own was the Messiah, it adds to their disdain for Christianity. Thus we are seeing subtle a nd overt attacks on various aspects of religion, with particular emphasis on Chr

istianity, funneled and amplified by the MPAA studios/distributors and large chu nks of the media, which they own. Among the subtle attacks are the constant use of the term "Happy Holidays." Almost every film, TV show and radio program put o ut by Hollywood or influenced by the control group, promulgates this term instea d of the of the more traditional, Christian term, "Merry Christmas" -- the goal being to neuter Christmas from the birthday celebration of Jesus, to a secular, commercial holiday that incorporates the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah. Since Hanuk kah is relevant to only 1.3% of the population and Christmas is relevant to 77% of the population, it is disrespectful for the dominating minority in the studio s to attempt to dictate terms of religious celebration to the majority. But they are doing just that, using the power of film and media in the same way Adolph H itler used it against them a half century ago.</blockquote> <blockquote>In THE PASSION conflict, we are seeing a MICROCOSM of the CULTURE WA R that is being waged by traditionalists (and people like O'Reilly who is at lea st attempting to inject some balance into an otherwise blatantly liberal media l ed by the New York Times). The only difference is the fact that we at FIRM have the "gall" to include the J-word, that Hollywood Jews are a significant part of the demographic involved in the Culture War. It's ironic, if not sad, that Bill O'Reilly constantly mentions the ACLU as a purveyor of the secular agenda he so renounces, yet he stops short at mention of the J-word even though the ACLU is " overwhelmingly Jewish in terms of membership and funding."(20) On the other hand, to his credit, William Donahue of the CATHOLIC LEAGUE (http:/ /www.catholicleague.org) has the courage to tell it like it is. He is not afraid to use the J-word when it is the only honest and COMPLETE way to describe what' s going on and exactly who is involved. On MSNBC, Donohue said: "Hollywood is co ntrolled by secular Jews who hate Christianity in general and Catholicism in par ticular. It's not a secret, okay? And I'm not afraid to say it. That's why they hate this movie (THE PASSION). It's about Jesus Christ, and it's about truth. It 's about the messiah. Hollywood likes anal sex. They like to see the public squa re without nativity scenes. I like families. I like children. They like abortion s. I believe in traditional values and restraint. They believe in libertinism. W e have nothing in common. But you know what? The culture war has been ongoing fo r a long time. Their side has lost."</blockquote> Jaeger would start an organization called FIRM, the Film Industry Reform Movemen t, to deal with the discrimination which Jaeger faced as a non-jewish white male <a name="bkfrftnote28"></a><a href="#ftnote28"><sup>28</sup></a>. One example of discrimination took place in 2010, when another Jaeger movie, <i>Original Inten t</i>, was not admitted into Sundance. Jaeger would get into an angry email exch ange with Sundance program directors over this fact, an exchange which made me a ware of the patience and fortitude of Sundance program directors, and which ends in a terminus that is very American and one of the funniest thing I've read thi s year: after asking Jaeger to stop bccing them on all his angry emails over not being part of the Sundance program (he blames the ADL), a Sundance representati ve signs off with "Shalom, Rosie Wong"<a name="bkfrftnote29"></a><a href="#ftnot e29"><sup>29</sup></a>. FIRM would look into who has the power to determine whic h movies are produced and released, who gets to work on those movies in the key positions, who determines the themes and contents of screenplays for those movie s, and how did such persons get and gain that power<a name="bkfrftnote30"></a><a href="#ftnote30"><sup>30</sup></a>. Jaeger would co-found FIRM in 1998 alongsid e lawyer John W. Cones, who had a similar perspective of a jewish cabal controll ing the movie industry and imposing their views on the country, outlined in a lo ng text at the FIRM reform website, <a href="http://www.filmreform.org/whats.htm ">"What's Really Going on in Hollywood!"</a> Cones would dedicate the text to al l those who had been discriminated by Hollywood, such as native americans, afric an americans, asians, and arabs - though he added two groups that seemed a littl e incongruous, german americans and white southerners<a name="bkfrftnote31"></a> <a href="#ftnote31"><sup>31</sup></a>. It also included among these victims a st range addition given the larger context - gays and lesbians. This was no doubt a

valid indictment, that there was a history of vicious stereotypes, but you soon ended up in that strange mirror world where everything down was up: this accusa tion the mistreatment by Hollywood of gays and lesbians, was being made by someo ne who co-founded a group with a director who felt that America was being destro yed by the acceptance of gays and same sex marriage, a film funded by a man who refused to invest in any company that supported same sex marriage<a name="bkfrft note32"></a><a href="#ftnote32"><sup>32</sup></a>. Cones' "What's Really Going on in Hollywood!" is itself a dizzying document - it 's very long and I've only read a fraction of it - that adopts what is often see n as a progressive attitude toward Hollywood, arguing for more diversity in thos e who create movies and act in them. Though it shares this perspective with many progressive pieces, I've never come across any such a piece which gave anywhere near such emphasis, or any emphasis, on the jewish ethnicity of the studio owne rs. Nor have I ever seen in these pleas for greater diversity the complaint made in "What's Really Going on in Hollywood!" that really stands out - that a dispr oportionate number of Hollywood movies feature the Ku Klux Klan and Nazis as vil lains<a name="bkfrftnote33"></a><a href="#ftnote33"><sup>33</sup></a>. Cones was heavily involved in alternative film financing, and gave lectures on t he subject throughout the country. However, his Businessweek profile includes a credit that leaves me, a simpleminded individual, more than a little confused. C ones is listed as a consultant for Spring Break 83 LLC, a limited liability comp any which produced the movie <a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1082098/?ref_= fn_al_tt_1"><i>Spring Break '83</i></a> - the trailer is on youtube: <a href="ht tp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T470OE3t8ns">"Spring Break '83 (2010) - Trailer"</a > <a name="bkfrftnote34"></a><a href="#ftnote34"><sup>34</sup></a>. This movie a ppears to be a nostalgic reprise of the unwatchable teen comedies of the early e ighties, the usual uproarious mix of half naked women and college pranks, featur ing cameos by Lee Majors and Erik Estrada. Here is what leaves me confused: this man who despises how Hollywood is run by a small cabal of jews and the movies t hey make which focus on a small strain of life, has helped finance a movie which is entirely an homage to movies made by Hollywood thirty years ago. In "What's Really Going on in Hollywood!", Cones bemoans what he sees as the racism and sex ism perpetuated by a jewish cabal. <i>Spring Break '83</i> appears to have a cas t that is almost entirely white, except for Estrada, Robert Davi, "Downtown" Jul ie Brown, and someone who is supposed to Ludacris - though he looks nothing like Luda. Cones takes to task a jewish cabal for Hollywood's long use of asian ster eotypes, but the only asian character in the <i>Spring Break '83</i> trailer is a martial artist named Sum Ting Wong. "What's Really Going on in Hollywood!" was upset about the portrayal of women, but the only major female character in the <i>Spring Break '83</i> trailer was a horny college girl played by Sophie Monk. "You mind if she joins us?" a girl asks her boyfriend, before Monk's character l eaps into bed with them <a name="bkfrftnote35"></a><a href="#ftnote35"><sup>35</ sup></a>. You felt again like you were in the mirror maze of <i>The Lady From Sh anghai</i>: Jaeger's "Cultural Marxism" was upset at the degenerate culture dest roying America, FIRM attacked the jewish cabal behind the degenerate culture, an d Jaeger's partner in FIRM, John W. Cones, helped finance this same degenerate c ulture. <i>Spring Break '83</i> had more than a few problems. It was made in 2007, but i t was expected to be released only in 2014 - then again, it took Kubrick the sam e amount of time to make <i>Full Metal Jacket</i>. It would have to shut down pr oduction after not paying its cast and crew<a name="bkfrftnote36"></a><a href="# ftnote36"><sup>36</sup></a>. A site was set up, <a href="http://springbreak83.bl ogspot.com"><i>Spring Break '83: Unpaid Extras</i></a>, by extras involved in th e production who also went unpaid<a name="bkfrftnote37"></a><a href="#ftnote37"> <sup>37</sup></a>. Spring Break 83 LLC would attempt to fund its production by s elling unregistered securities in California, for which they received a desist a nd refrain. They would ignore the order, continue selling unregistered securitie

s, and finally be barred from doing so and ordered to pay restitution to a group of investors<a name="bkfrftnote38"></a><a href="#ftnote38"><sup>38</sup></a>. I t was the kind of behavior that might unfortunately further the stereotype of th e white christian as a cheap deadbeat. The soon to be in theaters <i>Spring Break '83</i> was the second production of Big Sky Motion Pictures, the other something starring Cuba Gooding, Jr. called < a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/"><i>What Love Is</i></a> This movie apparently had a few issues as well. <i>Spring Break '83</i> had a few threads on the IMDb board devoted to complaints about non-payment of extras and crew, wh ile <i>What Love Is</i> had a few threads from investors who felt they'd been de frauded<a name="bkfrftnote39"></a><a href="#ftnote39"><sup>39</sup></a>. Big Sky Motion Pictures shared the same phone and fax numbers, as well as a web develop er with two other production companies, Vintage American Films and Abundance Ent ertainment<a name="bkfrftnote40"></a><a href="#ftnote40"><sup>40</sup></a>. Abun dance Entertainment was developing a movie called <i>Poker Junkies</i> and this also had a few problems. Poker Junkies Productions and Abundance Entertainment w ould try to sell unregistered securities in Colorado, and just like in Californi a they would be barred from further doing so. The companies would cold call pote ntial investors in the state and promise the possibility of sitting next to Gene Hackman at a banquet dinner the night of the premiere. Hackman had retired from acting in 2007, and had nothing to do with <i>Poker Junkies</i> <a name="bkfrft note41"></a><a href="#ftnote41"><sup>41</sup></a>. On June 17th, 2013, a stipula tion for consent order was filed against Vintage American Films for selling unre gistered securities in Colorado. The other respondents were Greg Fellows and HTB AM Productions. Greg Fellows was an actor in <i>Spring Break '83</i> and had fil med the behind the scenes film which had been uploaded to youtube, <a href="http ://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RErClH6O3Q">"Greg Fellows behind the scenes of the u pcoming movie "Spring Break '83""</a>. On the <a href="http://pdf.secdatabase.co m/239/0001545376-13-000001.pdf">notice filed with the SEC of an offering of secu rities made without registration</a>, Fellows was listed as the company's manage r. HTBAM shared the same phone number, 323-871-4466, as Vintage Productions, Abu ndance Entertainment, and Big Sky Motion Pictures<a name="bkfrftnote42"></a><a h ref="#ftnote42"><sup>42</sup></a>. There was an additional connection between th ese projects: Mars Callahan. Callahan was a former child actor, and he wrote and directed <i>What Love Is</i>, co-directed <i>Spring Break '83</i>, and was set to direct <i>Poker Junkies</i>. He had acting credits in <i>What Love Is</i> and <i>Spring Break '83</i>; <i>Poker Junkies</i> was a sequel to <i>Poolhall Junki es</i>, a movie he wrote, directed, and starred in. Callahan was named alongside Spring Break LLC in the initial desist and refrain against selling unregistered securities in California<a name="bkfrftnote43"></a><a href="#ftnote43"><sup>43< /sup></a>. Here is where I must make a slight tangent before returning back to the next cha pter of the funding of <i>Poker Junkies</i> and the end of this post. There is a site called <i>The Daily Bell</i> whose perspective was a hard-line libertarian ism, one which interviewed James Jaeger several times about his documentaries, a mong them: <a href="http://www.thedailybell.com/exclusive-interviews/29359/Antho ny-Wile-James-Jaeger-on-His-Documentaries-the-Danger-of-Hollywood-Blockbusters-a nd-the-Reality-of-Snowden/">"James Jaeger on His Documentaries, the Danger of Ho llywood Blockbusters and the Reality of Snowden"</a>, <a href="http://www.thedai lybell.com/exclusive-interviews/28545/James-Jaeger-on-Gun-Control-Nikola-Tesla-a nd-the-Inevitability-of-the-Internet-Reformation/">"James Jaeger on Gun Control, Nikola Tesla and the Inevitability of the Internet Reformation"</a>, <a href="h ttp://www.thedailybell.com/exclusive-interviews/34681/Anthony-Wile-James-Jaegeron-His-Latest-Film-MOLON-LABE-and-the-Restoration-of-Militias/">"James Jaeger on His Latest Film, MOLON LABE, and the Restoration of Militias"</a>. As said, it was a site devoted to a hardline libertarianism, evidenced by some of the other interviews on the site, <a href="http://www.thedailybell.com/exclusive-interview s/29156/Thomas-DiLorenzo-More-on-the-Myth-of-Lincoln-Secession-and-the-Civil-War

/">"Thomas DiLorenzo: More on the Myth of Lincoln, Secession and the 'Civil War' "</a>, <a href="http://www.thedailybell.com/exclusive-interviews/28188/Anthony-W ile-Brian-Doherty-on-the-Trouble-With-Governments-and-Benefits-of-Anarchism/">"B rian Doherty on the Trouble With Governments and Benefits of Anarchism"</a>, <a href="http://www.thedailybell.com/exclusive-interviews/28485/Anthony-Wile-George -Gilder-on-His-New-Book-the-Superiority-of-Ludwig-Von-Mises-and-the-Necessity-fo r-a-Regulatory-Jubilee/">"George Gilder on His New Book, the Superiority of Ludw ig Von Mises and the Necessity for a Regulatory Jubilee"</a>, <a href="http://ww w.thedailybell.com/exclusive-interviews/28320/Anthony-Wile-Steve-Forbes-on-the-F uture-of-the-GOP-Obamas-Next-Four-Years-and-the-Advent-of-a-Gold-Standard/">"Ste ve Forbes on the Future of the GOP, Obama's Next Four Years and the Advent of a Gold Standard"</a> and the talking heads of "Cultural Marxism", <a href="http:// www.thedailybell.com/exclusive-interviews/28395/Anthony-Wile-Pat-Buchanan-on-His -Latest-Book-the-Failure-of-Romney-and-What-the-GOP-Has-to-Do-Next/">"Pat Buchan an on His Latest Book, the Failure of Romney and What the GOP Has to Do Next"</a >, <a href="http://www.thedailybell.com/exclusive-interviews/28672/Anthony-WileEdwin-Vieira-on-His-New-Book-The-Sword-and-Sovereignty-and-Where-the-US-Went-Wro ng/">"Edwin Vieira on His New Book, 'The Sword and Sovereignty,' and Where the U S Went Wrong"</a>, and <a href="http://www.thedailybell.com/exclusive-interviews /4368/Anthony-Wile-G-Edward-Griffin-on-Quick-Fixes-the-Looming-Great-War-and-Los s-of-Elite-Moral-Authority/">"G. Edward Griffin on Quick Fixes, the Looming Grea t War and Loss of Elite Moral Authority"</a> <a name="bkfrftnote44"></a><a href= "#ftnote44"><sup>44</sup></a>. All the interviews on <i>The Daily Bell</i> were conducted by the site's owner, Anthony Wile, a man with a lengthy career as an investor who'd received strong p raise from Ron Paul<a name="bkfrftnote45"></a><a href="#ftnote45"><sup>45</sup>< /a>. There is at least one other connection between Jaeger and Wile, beyond the one interviewing the other for <i>The Daily Bell</i>: Wile was an executive prod ucer of another Jaeger production, <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbF5l oRF61U">"Spoiler"</a>, about the viability of a third party presidential candida te, as well as ""Corporate Fascism"<a name="bkfrftnote46"></a><a href="#ftnote46 "><sup>46</sup></a>. There appeared to be an overall sensibility of straight tal king, a kind of upright morality unknown to Wall Street, all of which demonstrat ed that businesspeople could be relied on to be upright, decent, and law abiding , without need of burdensome government regulation. So, it was a little surprisi ng when you discovered that Wile was involved in a scam where stock in a company called Sedona Software Solutions would be bid up by various financial newslette rs with the stock to be sold by Wile and a few conspirators at its peak price, a fter which it would crash, with the fish who'd been rigged in left with less tha n pennies - a classic example of a pump and dump. In the midst of the scheme, th e conspirators were caught by the SEC, they were fined, and Wile was barred from any involvement in penny stock issues, small cap issues, for three years, and b arred from serving as an officer or director of a public company for five<a name ="bkfrftnote47"></a><a href="#ftnote47"><sup>47</sup></a>. After going off on this tangent, it's possible to return to the final point in t his post, which converges with the funding adventures of <i>Poker Junkies</i>. H owever, before I go any further, there is something that should no doubt be obvi ous by now, but which I cannot overstress: I am a creature of a very simple mind . Many are exasperated by my cloddishness and slowmindedness, and I misunderstan d simple things very, very easily. We have here something which is no doubt very simple, but that I have a great deal of difficulty comprehending. A company I came across called Media Mechanics LLC, was headquartered in Ontario, Canada, an d incorporated in Nevada in 2011 - somewhat similar to the setup for Sedona whic h was headquartered in British Columbia, Canada, and incorporated in Nevada<a na me="bkfrftnote48"></a><a href="#ftnote48"><sup>48</sup></a>. According to their quarterly report, they were a development-stage Company that offered search engi ne optimization<a name="bkfrftnote49"></a><a href="#ftnote49"><sup>49</sup></a>. It had two owners, Matthew Zipchen, who also worked with an Ontario company tha

t sold solar power bonds, and Violetta Pioro, a yoga instructor who hosted a yog a instruction program on public television. The company would be sold on August 13th, 2013, to Scott Kettle, with Zipchen and Pioro retiring from the board<a na me="bkfrftnote50"></a><a href="#ftnote50"><sup>50</sup></a>. Kettle was an executive with a history that had two moments which stood out. He had been vice-president of operations at Thrifty Tel, a phone company that had b een hacked by teenagers in order that they might use the calling services. The l awsuit over the hack would become a major part of computer case law, though ther e was one detail that stood out: Thrifty-Tel would discover the intrusion, then wait a month as the teenagers racked up illegal charges, before finally suing th e hackers' parents for tens of thousands of dollars over the intrusion and lost revenues<a name="bkfrftnote51"></a><a href="#ftnote51"><sup>51</sup></a>. Kettle had also been the president of Ewan 1 / AccessKey IP, Inc. from 2002 to 2006, a company which violated SEC rules by <i>never</i> filing a quarterly report. The SEC would finally suspend the stock in 2012, and then delist it the same year<a name="bkfrftnote52"></a><a href="#ftnote52"><sup>52</sup></a>. So, Kettle bough t Media Mechanics Inc., which renamed itself Gawk Inc., and changed its focus, o ne that was now to "engage in the business of online distribution of all digital content including but not limited to full length feature films, television seri es, sports, documentaries, live events via our proprietary content distribution network (CDN)." <a name="bkfrftnote53"></a><a href="#ftnote53"><sup>53</sup></a> On November 14th, 2013, Gawk Inc. bought Poker Junkies LLC, the limited legal c ompany that was to produce the movie, <i>Poker Junkies</i>. They took over the s cript and presumably, the future claims of the 177 investors in the movie listed in the filing. After purchasing the company, John Hermansen would join the boar d of Gawk<a name="bkfrftnote54"></a><a href="#ftnote54"><sup>54</sup></a>. There were two executives on Gawk: Scott Kettle (Chief Executive Officer, President, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer and Director) and John Hermansen (Chief Conte nt Officer, Secretary and Director). Hermansen was also an executive at Big Sky, and was named in the cease and desist enjoining Abundance Entertainment from tr ying to sell unregistered securities in Colorado<a name="bkfrftnote55"></a><a hr ef="#ftnote55"><sup>55</sup></a>. I think I'm able to follow all these events reasonably well. Here is the part th at my simpleminded brain doesn't understand. This company, whose only notable as set appears to be the script to <i>Poker Junkies</i> that it acquired in the pur chase of Poker Junkies LLC, has a net income of negative 20K, total assets of a little over 100K. It has over three hundred million shares outstanding, that are currently valued at $3 a share, and this is the part I must be misunderstanding : this company appears to have a market capitalization of <i>over two billion do llars</i><a name="bkfrftnote56"></a><a href="#ftnote56"><sup>56</sup></a>. Does that make sense to anyone? What is taking place here I suppose I have to say I am uncertain, and my simple mind remains puzzled over. It would be one more strange moment in a series of st range moments in this plot. A movie which warned against government overreach an d corporate fascists produced by a man who, by following his christian principle s, invested in those same corporate fascists as well as a government sponsored e ntity, Freddie Mac. The movie's director was partnered with another man in an ef fort to fight the corrupt degeneracy of Hollywood's jewish cabal, this other man working hard to produce this same degeneracy, which was an homage to the degene racy of Hollywood's past. The ironic capper to everything was that Rand Paul, th e libertarian once celebrated for his restrained foreign policy ideas, now publi shed his opinion column on Breitbart, the site founded by the man who once saw s uch foreign policy restraint as a sign of liberal perfidy. Paul would join the s ite after it was discovered that many of his speeches and writings, some written with the help of a man who celebrated each year the murder of Abraham Lincoln, had been borrowed from other places<a name="bkfrftnote57"></a><a href="#ftnote57 "><sup>57</sup></a>. It was a lunatic bell that sounded, and echoed and echoed a

nd echoed without end. POSTSCRIPT (added January 14th, 2014): On January 3rd, 2014, Gawk Inc. would, ac cording to the 8-K form issued on that day, accept the resignation of Scott Kett le as CEO and appoint him as Chief Information Officer. Mars Callahan would be a ppointed CEO of Gawk Inc. It would also appoint Ryan Wyler, a veteran of America n Express, as its Chief Technology Officer <a name="bkfrftnote58"></a><a href="# ftnote58"><sup>58</sup></a> The site <a href="http://www.marketwired.com/press-r elease/gawk-incorporated-launches-successful-beta-otcqb-gawk-1867946.htm">Market Wired</a> would post the following news release on January 10th, announcing the launch of the company's site, gawk.com: <blockquote><b>Gawk Incorporated Launches Successful Beta</b> <b>Connecting Artists and Consumers Around the World</b> LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Jan 10, 2014) - Gawk Incorporated (OTCQB: <a hre f="http://www.marketwired.com/news_room/Stock?ticker=GAWK">GAWK</a>) today annou nced its successful beta launch of <a href="http://www.gawk.com/">www.gawk.com</ a>. Built on a innovative global platform, Gawk is bringing self-service distrib ution to the world by instantaneously connecting artists and consumers. The Company launched its beta website with a music video of a rising independent singer/songwriter known as Alex G. Consumers join Gawk for free and can purchas e the Alex G video for a flat fee of $0.99. No subscriptions are required; fans can enjoy the video repeatedly and at their convenience. Beta launch for week one resulted in <a href="http://www.gawk.com/">www.gawk.com </a> being viewed in 156 countries. The top 5 countries included United States, Germany, Canada, United Kingdom and France. With over 60% of the traffic beyond U.S. borders, the social capture demonstrates a recognized global presence. "The world is ready to Gawk. Global innovation meets entertainment; creativity m eets commerce. Consumers have been waiting for something new and inspiring in th e entertainment industry. We are excited to deliver <a href="http://www.gawk.com /">www.gawk.com</a> to the world and are thrilled by the global success of our b eta launch. Our vision reaches far beyond a traditional digital streaming compan y to create a global community of inspired and enlightened members. We passionat ely believe that the power of innovation, creativity and collaboration can chang e people's attitudes, lives and ultimately the world," stated Mars Callahan, CEO of Gawk, Inc. </blockquote> The site, as of the morning of January 14th, 2014, features one song by Alex G, "It's You I'll Miss This Christmas" (<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQK Gs_NxXYk">teaser clip on youtube</a>). Alex G. announced her involvement with the site on December 19th: https://twitter.com/AlexGMusic7/status/413761048756633600 As of the morning of January 14th, 2014, the share price of Gawk Inc. was $7.75, <a href="http://www.bloomberg.com/quote/GAWK:US/chart">via Bloomberg</a>. <i>(On December 5th some small edits and corrections were made for aesthetic pur poses and coherence; nothing in the original meaning was changed. Links were fix ed and some footnotes were made more substantial - for instance, to make clear t hat Van Alen of the Noah Fund is also the Van Alen who produced "Cultural Marxis m". The parts devoted to Jaeger's essay on the movie Crash and the legal action against HTBAM Productions in Colorado was added on that day as well. On December 6th, a few additional aesthetic tweaks were made; for instance, the strange rhy

thm of "I am someone of a very simple mind, many are exasperated etc." was sligh tly corrected by having the cleavage of a comma replaced with a period, and I am now a creature, not a someone. A faux quizzical "Does that make sense to anyone ?" was added, redundantly, to one of the last paragraphs. That the Canadian inve stment advisor Anthony W. Wile of the Sedona scandal is the same Canadian invest ment advisor Anthony W. Wile of The Daily Bell and High Alert Capital Partners w as given further confirmation in footnote #45 on the same date. On December 7th, footnote #15 was added on the contrast between Pat Buchanan's strong present da y adherence to the constitution versus his attitude during the Iran-contra scand al. The material on the William Lind sourcing and Buchanan's Death of the West i n footnote #3 was added on that same day, as was the additional material in foot note 53 featuring a link to and an excerpt from a letter by the SEC dealing with their concerns that Media Mechanics was a shell entity. On December 11th, the d etails and associated footnote on Mars Callahan and his connection to the movies of Big Sky Motion Pictures and those production companies sharing the same phon e and fax numbers were added. In some places, What Love Is was referred to by it s old title, What is Love? This was corrected on December 11th. Footnote #44 and the link to the story about Glen Hartford in footnote #41 were added on Decembe r 27th, 2013. The sentence mentioning that Anthony Wile executive produced one o f Jaeger's films, as well as the accompanying footnote #46, with the details inv olving Dan Happel and Elias Alias, was also added on December 27th. The informat ion that Wile and Happel also executive produced Jaeger's "Corporate Fascism" wa s added on December 28th.)</i> <font size="3"><b>FOOTNOTES</b></font> <a name="ftnote1"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote1"><sup>1</sup></a> I take the support ing material for this footnote wholely from <a href="http://italkyoubored.wordpr ess.com/2013/05/11/andrew-breitbart-psychosis-in-a-political-mask-part-one/#ftno te8">"Andrew Breitbart: Psychosis in a Political Mask Part One Footnote #8"</a>. The idea that jews manipulate black men and women to forment insurrection again st white christians is an old trope of conspiracy literature, and is given menti on in <a href="http://www.amazon.com/The-New-Hate-Loathing-Populist/dp/030737969 8/"><i>The New Hate</i></a> by Arthur Goldwag: <blockquote> Not long afterward, another viral quotation that laid bare a different, albeit n ot unrelated, facet of the Jewish conspiracy began making the rounds of the hate sheets. It was drawn from <i>A Racial Program for the Twentieth Century</i>, a book ostensibly authored in 1912 by a Marxist Zionist Englishman named Israel Co hen. In 1957, the Mississippi congressman Thomas G. Abernethy read it into the < i>Congressional Record</i>. We must realize that our party s most powerful weapon i s racial tension, it began. <blockquote> By pounding into the consciousness of the dark races that for centuries they hav e been oppressed by the whites, we can mold them to the program of the Communist Party. In America we will aim for subtle victory. While inflaming the Negro min ority against the whites, we will endeavor to instill in the whites a guilt comp lex for their exploitation of the Negroes. We will aid the Negroes to rise in pr ominence in every walk of life, in the professions and in the world of sports an d entertainment. With this prestige, the Negroes will be able to intermarry with the whites and begin a process which will deliver America to our cause. </blockquote> Cohen s words confirmed an old conviction of the racist Right that s already been re ferred to in these pages more than once: that the civil rights movement was enti rely the creation of Jewish Communists; that without their promptings, American blacks would have had no reason to feel any discontent. As the poet Ezra Pound p ut it, It is perfectly well know that the fuss a bout [sic] de-segregation in the U

.S. has been started by the jews. Plenty of americans have been getting on quite nicely with coloured people for nearly a century. The only problem was that the Communist Party didn t exist in 1912, in either England or the United States it came into being after the Russian Revolution and no book with the title <i>A Racial Pr ogram for the Twentieth Century</i> was ever published. An article that appeared in the <i>Washington Star</i> on February 18, 1958, traced the story back to Eu stace Mullins, who claimed to have encountered the quotation in a book he found in the Library of Congress. Around the same time, Mullins was also promoting a r umor that Eisenhower s mother was black. </blockquote> <a name="ftnote2"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote2"><sup>2</sup></a> From <i>Indignatio n</i>: <blockquote> At the exact moment in my life when I was recognizing the strength of my antilef tism, my anticommunism at the exact point when I was seeing that my emotions and theories were unintentionally driving me toward an accidental culture-warrior stat us at the exact juncture when I was realizing that the most brutal, evil force I could imagine wasn t Al Qaeda or radical Islam (at least you know where they re comi ng from, the brutality of their mission and their anti-Western, anticlassical, l iberal hatred), but the Complex surrounding me 24/7 in the form of attractive pe ople making millions of dollars whose moral relativism and historical revisionis m and collective cultural nihilism were putting them in the same boat as the mar tyrs of radical Islam rather than red-state Americans...at the exact time when I was undergoing the fundamental recognition that my neighbors in West Los Angele s were acting to undermine national cohesion in a time of war, which put me in a perennial state of psychic dissonance...</blockquote> <blockquote> I watched with increasing trepidation the ultimate attack on Bush that I had pre viously predicted to friends and family. I watched the collective effect of the Hollywood class s reaction to 9/11, which consisted of splitting the country when we were united. And I decided to stop fighting behind coattails and to start fig hting in my own name. That s why, in 2004, I wrote <i>Hollywood, Interrupted</i> with Mark Ebner, a no-h olds-barred underground Hollywood journalist. I wrote it out of the pure outrage welling up in me as I saw the Hollywood left filling the void in the Democratic Party after 9/11, normalizing the most extreme scorched-earth measures against a wartime president. I wrote it because of Sean Penn, and Martin Sheen, and all these radicals who had clean haircuts and wore three-thousand-dollar suits and u sed the power of their image to legitimize the profoundly damaging metamorphosis the Democratic Party was undergoing the transition from the party of Joe Lieberma n to the party of Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and Howard Dean. </blockquote> <blockquote> As part of this, they crafted a dissent is patriotic meme, an absurd slogan to beg in with, that they intentionally misattributed to patriotic Founding Fathers lik e Benjamin Franklin (they would later be forced to attribute it to pseudoscholar Howard Zinn). Deconstructed, Dissent is patriotic is a self-negating slogan becau se its validity clearly depends on what kind of dissent you re talking about. If y ou re a member of the neo-Nazis in America, you re dissenting, but nobody would call that dissent patriotic. But if you re antiwar, dissent is automatically patriotic , according to David Geffen s guest list (even if you re a member of Al Qaeda, presu mably, since they are antiwar, at least as far as the United States goes). The a phorism is nonsensical. But the left repeated it so many times and so often that it lost all meaning. They slapped it on every bumper sticker on every Prius at every Whole Foods. And it worked.

</blockquote> <blockquote> Hollywood dragged out its oldest lefties and its youngest lefties. Jann Wenner, a Baby Boomer who still force-feeds the relevance of Bruce Springsteen with repe titive front-page power picks, used this movement to promote Green Day and any o ther pop-cultural vessel that would create antiwar albums. MTV found selective y outh, sexy youth, wearing antiwar T-shirts, and put them on TV every night. Ther e was an urge in Hollywood from the old and the young to affirm the Baby Boomer Boss-lovers yearnings for the Age of Aquarius to be reborn in the Bush age. These were the loudest people in the world. And the press was giving them free r ein to say and do whatever they wanted, to incite political stunts reminiscent o f the Merry Pranksters, to use media trickery to make points, to spawn a youth r ebellion against the president of the United States during wartime. They were re presenting America abroad, and they were representing us as evil hayseeds bent o n killing brown people and the media were abetting this slander. </blockquote> <blockquote> Between the war in Iraq, the introduction of victims of a manufactured intolerance oward dissent, the ire and tactics of the gay movement, and the unyielding propa ganda of the Hollywood left, all the strands braided together to form a leftist rope of monumental strength a rope made to hang George W. Bush from the highest tu rret. </blockquote> Breitbart explains how he wants the American military to come in and destroy the left, <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&amp;v=LHslk hZWzUQ">"Breitbart bring it on"</a>. <blockquote> BRING THEM ON. I must say, in my non-strategic...because I'm under attack all th e time, you see it on Twitter, they're intolerant and call me gay...they're vici ous, there are death threats and everything...<b>and so, there are times where I 'm not thinking as clearly as I should...and in those unclear moments I always t hink to myself: fire the first shot. Bring it on. Because I know who's on our si de. And they know that. They can only win a rhetorical or propaganda war, they c annot win. We outnumber them in this country, and we have the guns. (crowd laugh ter) I'm not kidding. (crowd laughter) They talk a mean game, but they will not cross that line. Because they know what they're dealing with. And I have people who come up to me in the military (makes a gesture that the person has officer s tripes), major names in the military, who grab me and go "thank you for what you 're doing", and we've got your back. So...(very loud crowd laughter) They unders tand that. These are the unspoken things. We know. They know. They know who's on their side.</b> They've got Janeane Garofolo. We are freaked out by that. (laug hter) <b>When push comes to shove, they know who's on our side. They are the bul lies on the playground. And they're starting to realize, what if we were to figh t back? What if we were to slap back?</b> You know, these union thugs, these SEI U union thugs...I'm just waiting. Bring it on. I'm sick of it. I am sick of this Trumka guy [Richard Trumka, head of the AFL-CIO], I am sick of this John Sweene y [former head of the AFL-CIO], I am sick of the SEIU. I'm sick of them going to people's homes. Executives' homes and showing up, and the media not...you don't think they have a problem with that? KATIE COURIC. What if we went to Katie Cou ric's house? What if the Tea Party showed up at Katie Couric's house? And scared the living crap out of her teenage kids? And that's what they do, because they know the mainstream media won't cover it. <b>And so...just a part of me that wan ts them to walk over that line.</b> </blockquote> t

<a name="ftnote3"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote3"><sup>3</sup></a> A fragment of the <a href="http://books.google.ca/books?id=xxco7xUHQ8wC&amp;lpg=PP1&amp;pg=PA76#v= onepage&amp;q&amp;f=false">"Four Who Made a Revolution"</a> chapter from <i>Deat h of the West</i> on Google Books. I give excerpts from its opening chapter to p rovide some sense that what we are seeing is the same idea of the Frankfurt Scho ol as there is in the Jaeger documentary, as there in Breitbart, and in Minnicin o, again: <blockquote>The taproot of the revolution that captured the cultural institution s of the American republic goes beyond the 1960s to August 1914, the beginning o f the Great War that historian Jaques Barzun calls the "blow that hurled the mod ern world on its course of self-destruction."</blockquote> <blockquote>Trotsky sought to make the Red Army the spear point of revolution. I nvading Poland, he was hurled back at the Vistula by Polish patriots under Marsh al Pilsudski. Nothing the Marxists had predicted had come to pass. Their hour ha d come and gone. The workers of the West, the mythical proletariat, had refused to play the role history had assigned them. How could Marx have been so wrong?</ blockquote> <blockquote>Two of Marx's disciples now advanced an explanation. Yes, Marx had b een wrong. Capitalism was not impoverishing the workers. Indeed, their lot was i mproving, and they had not risen in revolution because their souls had been satu rated in two thousand years of Christianity, which blinded them to their true cl ass interests. Unless and until Christianity and Western culture, the immune sys tem of capitalism, were uprooted from the soul of Western Man, Marxism could not take root, and the revolution would be betrayed by the workers in whose name it was to be fought. In biblical terms, the word of Marx, seed of the revolution, had fallen on rock-hard Christian soil and died. Wagering everything on the work ing class, the Marxists had bet on the wrong horse. The first dissenting disciple was the Hungarian George Lukacs, an agent of the C omintern, whose <i>History and Class Consciousness</i> had brought him recognit ion as a Marxist theorist to rival Marx himself. "I saw the revolutionary destru ction of society as the one and only solution," said Lukacs. "A worldwide overtu rning of values cannot take place without the annihilation of the old values and the creation of new ones by the revolutionaries." As deputy commissioner for cu lture in Bela Kun's regime, Lukacs put his self-described "demonic" ideas into a ction in what came to be known as "cultural terrorism." As part of this terrorism he instituted a radcial sex education program in Hunga rian schools. Children were instructed in free love, sexual intercourse, the arc haic nature of middle-class family codes, the outdatedness of monogamy, and the irrelevance of religion, which deprives man of all pleasures. Women, too, were c alled to rebel against the sexual mores of the time. Lukacs's purpose in promoting licentiousness among women and children was to des troy the family, the core institution of Christianity and Western culture. Five decades after Lukacs fled Hungary, his ideas would be enthustiastically embraced by baby boomers in the "sexual revolution." The second disciple was Antonio Gramsci, an Italian Communist who has lately beg un to receive deserved recognition as the greatest Marxist strategist of the twe ntieth century. </blockquote> <blockquote><b>THE FRANKFURT SCHOOL COMES TO AMERICA</b> In 1923, Lukacs and members of the German Communist party set up, at Frankfurt U niveristy, an Institute for Marxism modeled on the Marx-Engels Institute in Mosc ow. After some reflection, they settled on a less provocative name, the Institut e for Social Research. It would soon come to be known as the Frankfurt School.

In 1930, a renegade Marxist and admirer of the Marquis de Sade, Max Horkheimer, became its director. Horkheimer, too, had concluded that Marx had got it wrong.< /blockquote> <blockquote>About this same time, music critic Theodor Adorno, psychologist Eric h Fromm, and sociologist Wilhelm Reich joined the Frankfurt School. But, in 1933 , history rudely intruded. Adolf Hitler ascended to power in Berlin, and as the leading lights of the Frankfurt School were Jewish and Marxist, they were not a good fit for the Third Reich. The Frankfurt School packed its ideology and fled to America.</blockquote> <i>Death of the West</i> came out in 2002, whereas Minnicino's "New Dark Age" ca me out in 1992. I believe, without a doubt, that it carries a strong influence o f Minnicino's work, suggesting that Buchanan was familiar with it. Buchanan give s no citation to Minnicino in the footnotes to "Four who made a revolution". How ever, he does give two footnotes to William Lind, one of which is for "Origins o f Political Correctness", a 1998 essay from which Breitbart appears to have take n some material as well. I give the two Lind footnotes and the associated material from "Four": <blockquote>21. William Lind, "Turn Off, Tune Out, Drop Out: A Cultural Conserva tive's Strategy for the 21st Century," <i>Against the Grain</i>, Free Congress F oundation, Washington, D.C., 1998.</blockquote> <blockquote>But the importance of schools in conditioning the minds of the young was soon surpassed by that of the new media: TV and movies. As William Lind, di rector of the Center for Cultural Conservatism at the Free Congess Foundation, w rites: <blockquote>The entertainment industry...has wholly absorbed the ideology of cul tural Marxism and preaches it endlessly not just in sermons but in parables: str ong women beating up weak men, children wiser than their parents, corrupt clergy men thwarted by carping drifters, upper-class blacs confronting the violence of lower-class whites, amnly homosexuals who lead normal lives. It is all fable, an inversion of reality, but the entertainment media make it seem real, more so th an the world that lies beyond the front door<sup>21</sup>.</blockquote></blockqu ote> <blockquote>24. William Lind, "Origins of Political Correctness," Address to Acc uracy in Academia's Annual Summer Conference, George Washington University, July 10, 1998.</blockquote> <blockquote>Past societies had been subverted by words and books, but Marcuse be lieved that sex and drugs were superior weapons. In <i>Eros and Civilization</i> , Marcuse urged a universal embrace of the Pleasure Principle. Reject the cultur al order entirely, said MAruse (this was his "Great Refusal"), and we can create a world of "polymorphous perversity."<sup>24</sup></blockquote> Whether or not Buchanan "dabbled" in Holocaust denial or denied the Holocaust, i s to me something like being sortof pregnant, you either do or you don't, and Bu chanan did. <a href="http://thinkprogress.org/media/2012/02/17/427875/why-msnbcdumped-pat-buchanan-his-10-most-outrageous-statements/">"Why MSNBC Dumped Pat Bu chanan: His 10 Most Outrageous Statements"</a> by Adam Peck, includes this, "9. Dabbled in Holocaust denial", in its list. Otheres were: "5. Asserted Anders Bre ivik, who murdered 77 people including 69 teens in Norway, may have been right. ", "6. Claimed that all great nations punish the gays.", and "10. Argued Hitler was an individual of great courage. " <a name="ftnote4"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote4"><sup>4</sup></a> I had no idea what was being said here - post-angle? post-Engels? - until I came across a piece on Jaeger's site, <a href="http://www.jaegerresearchinstitute.org/articles/dummies .htm">"Cultural Marxism For Dummies"</a>, with the following paragraph that made me understand. I bold the crucial part:

<blockquote>So, what the Cultural Marxists of the Frankfurt School did was publi sh endless books throughout the 1960s and 1970s aimed at the impressionable, dru gged-out BabyBoom Generation. And "critical theory" was not just used in books, it was used in ALL the cultural institutions: music, painting, photography, lite rature, TV shows, commercials, magazines, feature films, theater, rock concerts and even the clergy and institutions of higher learning. <b>This is why the coll eges are so liberal and why schools were able to be invaded by Engle v. Vitale w hich removed religious ethics from the school system.</b></blockquote> <a name="ftnote5"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote5"><sup>5</sup></a> From <a href="http ://www.talk2action.org/story/2011/7/26/161347/099/">"Author Cited by Anders Behr ing Breivik Regrets Original Essay"</a> by Chip Berlet: <blockquote>The author of the LaRouche essay released the folowing statement: <blockquote>The LaRouche organization is a cult completely dominated by the deep ly paranoid and mean-spirited personality of Mr. LaRouche and by his ill-informe d conspiracy theories about science, philosophy, and history. There have been (and conceivably still are) members of that organization who wou ld seek the truth. Unfortunately, actual free inquiry is impossible inside the o rganization: too many possible conclusions or lines of research must be consciou sly or unconsciously dismissed because of LaRouche's prior "thoughts" on the mat ter. The same is true with my Frankfurt School work while I was in the organization. I still like to think that some of my research was validly conducted and useful. However, I see very clearly that the whole enterprise - and especially the conc lusions -- was hopelessly deformed by self-censorship and the desire to in some way support Mr. LaRouche's crack-brained world-view. So, in that sense, I do not stand by what I wrote, and I find it unfortunate tha t it still remembered. I might also note that over the years my published writings on culture have been cited, as well as shamelessly plagiarized, by a wide and weird group of authors , ranging from Communists dictators (Fidel Castro, himself!) to conspiraphiles f rom both the left and the right, and on to outright neo-Nazis. Breivik is the la test tragic addition. I get some solace from the fact that I, along with Jeffers on and Gandhi, am only one of the hundreds of citations he used to support his m onstrous thesis. </blockquote></blockquote> <a name="ftnote6"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote6"><sup>6</sup></a> The crux of the es say where the author puts forth once again the classic idea of such conspiracy t heories, a sinister jewish cabal that controls the world: <blockquote>In the B'nai B'rith's official, authorized history, it says: "B'nai B'rith's relationship to the Civil War presents something of a mystery." They sa y that the arrest of the B'nai B'rith's leader in Washington as a Confederate sp ymaster was unfair. They say that no one can account for why the group was not p ro-Union, whereas most Jews were pro-Union, and B'nai B'rith's lodges were almos t all located in the North. Indeed, Jewish soldiers in the Union Army were inten sely proud, mostly German-speaking immigrant, anti-slavery Republicans. To solve the mystery, we go back 20 years before the start of the American Civil War. British Foreign Minister Palmerston launched Zionism in 1840. He wrote that the Jews desired to return to Palestine (Abba Eban points out that the Jews knew not

hing about this); and a month later, the British landed troops in Palestine for the first time. B'nai B'rith was started officially in 1843 by some obscure Freemasons in New Yo rk, as a secret society "like Freemasonry" for Jews. B'nai B'rith was to shape a nd lead a particular political faction, with a particular agenda, within the Jew ish community. The agenda for this project came out in a famous speech given two years later at South Carolina College. The speaker was Edwin DeLeon, from a Jewish family in S outh Carolina that was already notorious for its involvement in the slave trade and in Scottish Rite Freemasonry. DeLeon was later a leader of the Confederate S ecret Service.</blockquote> <blockquote>DeLeon said, "There is a 'Young Germany,' a 'Young France,' and a 'Y oung England' and why not a 'Young America'?" He told the students: Any great civi l convulsion comes from a source that is unexpected and obscure. In the French R evolution, the priests and nobles were only the flax with which the flame was ki ndled. But those who first applied the spark were the filthy, obscure savants of the Englightenment. DeLeon reminded the students that the actors in that drama were only its creatures, not its creators. He then proposed revolutionary military action as the idea for his Young America , to spread what he called "freedom" by force.</blockquote> <blockquote>To start the Civil War, this pre-organized anti-Union terrorist forc e would strike for secession in the South. Those who stayed in the North during the War would be known as "Copperheads," with headquarters in Ohio. Before the war, Isaac Wise had two B'nai B'rith local leaders in Cleveland: Simo n Wolf and Benjamin F. Peixotto. Wolf and Peixotto also worked as political agen ts for Democratic Party boss August Belmont, the U.S. representative of the Roth schild banks chief moneybags of the British crown, and British puppets. Banker Bel mont paid for the Knights of the Golden Circle and Young America projects, which he helped plan while he was U.S. ambassador to the Netherlands.</blockquote> A listing of the papers offered at the conference, including Minnicino's is at t he beginning of "America's 'Young America' movement: slaveholders and the B'nai B'rith": <blockquote><a href="http://www.schillerinstitute.org/conf-iclc/1990s/conf_feb94 _intr_nbs.html#nbs_intro">Solving the Paradox of Current World History - Nancy S pannaus, Panel Chair</a> <a href="http://www.schillerinstitute.org/conf-iclc/1990s/conf_feb_1994_wgt.html ">Introduction Webster Tarpley</a> <a href="http://www.schillerinstitute.org/conf-iclc/1990s/conf_feb_1994_gmr.html ">The Venetian Takeover of England: A 200-Year Project by Gerald Rose</a> <a href="http://www.schillerinstitute.org/conf-iclc/1990s/conf_feb_1994_hgl.html ">How The Venetian Virus Infected and Took Over England H. Graham Lowry</a> <a href="http://www.schillerinstitute.org/conf-iclc/1990s/conf_feb_1994_js.html" >British Intelligence Subversion: Shelburne and Bentham Jeffrey Steinberg</a> <a href="http://www.schillerinstitute.org/conf-iclc/1990s/conf_feb_1994_chaitkin .html#chaitkin">America's 'Young America' movement: slaveholders and the B'nai B 'rith Anton Chaitkin</a> <a href="http://www.schillerinstitute.org/conf-iclc/1990s/conf_feb_1994_brewda.h tml">Palmerston launches Young Turks to permanently control Middle East Joseph Bre

wda</a> <a href="http://www.schillerinstitute.org/conf-iclc/1990s/conf_feb_1994_minnicin o.html">Freud and the Frankfurt School Michael Minnicino</a> <a href="http://www.schillerinstitute.org/conf-iclc/1990s/conf_feb_1994_speed.ht ml">Jim Crow, a cultural weapon in the hands of the Confederacy Dennis Speed</a> <a href="http://www.schillerinstitute.org/conf-iclc/1990s/conf_feb_1994_speed.ht ml#epilogue">Epilogue</a></blockquote> <a name="ftnote7"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote7"><sup>7</sup></a> From Taibbi's <a h ref="http://www.amazon.com/Griftopia-Bankers-Politicians-Audacious-American/dp/0 385529961/"><i>Griftopia</i></a>: <blockquote>Just looking at Palin up on the podium doesn't impress me. She looks like a chief flight attendant on a Piedmont flight from Winston-Salem to Clevel and, with only the bag of almonds and the polyester kerchief missing from the pi cture. With the Junior Anti-Sex League rimless glasses and a half updo with a Bu mpit she comes across like she's wearing a cheap Halloween getup McCain's vice-p residential search party bought in a bag at Walgreens after midnight four-piece co stume, Pissed-Off White Suburban Female, $19.99 plus tax. Just going by the crude sportswriter-think that can get any campaign journalist through a whole presidential race from start to finish if he feels like winging it, my initial conclusion here is that John McCain is desperate and he's taking one last heave at the end zone by serving up this overmatched electoral gimmick in a ploy for... what? Women? Extra-horny older married men? Frequent Piedmont f liers? I'm not sure what the endgame is, but just going by the McCain campaign's hilari ously maladroit strategic performance so far, it can't be very sophisticated. So I figure I'll catch a little of this cookie-cutter political stump act, snatch a few quotes for my magazine piece, then head to the exits and grab a cheesestea k on the way back to the hotel. But will my car still be there when I get out? T hat's where my head is, as Sarah Palin begins her speech. Then I start listening . She starts off reading her credentials. She's got the kid and nephew in unifor m-check. Troop of milk-fed patriotic kiddies with Hallmark Channel names (a Bris tol, a Willow, and a Piper, a rare Martin Mull-caliber whiteness trifecta) check. Mute macho husband on a snow machine check. This is all standard-issue campaign de coration so far, but then she starts in with this thing about Harry Truman: <blockquote>My parents are here tonight, and I am so proud to be the daughter of Chuck and Sally Heath. Long ago, a young farmer and haberdasher from Missouri f ollowed an unlikely path to the vice presidency. A writer observed: "We grow good people in our small towns, with honesty, sincer ity, and dignity." I know just the kind of people that writer had in mind when h e praised Harry Truman. I grew up with those people. They are the ones who do some of the hardest work in America, who grow our food, run our factories, and fight our wars. They love their country, in good times and bad, and they're always proud of Amer ica. I had the privilege of living most of my life in a small town.</blockquote> I'm on the floor for the speech stuck in the middle of a bunch of delegates from, I believe, Colorado and at the line "They arethe ones who do some of the hardest w

ork," the section explodes in cheers. I look back up at Palin and she has a bit of a confident grin on her face now. N ot quite a smirk, that would be unfair to say, but she's oozing confidence after delivering these loaded lines. From now through the end of her speech there wil l be a definite edge to her voice. Before I have any chance of noticing it she's moved beyond the speaking part of the program and is suddenly, effortlessly, deep into the signaling process, a pl ace most politicians only reach with great effort, and clumsily, if at all. But Palin is the opposite of clumsy: she's in the dog-whistle portion of the speech and doing triple lutzes and back-flips. She starts talking about her experience as mayor of Wasilla, Alaska: <blockquote>I guess a small-town mayor is sort of like a "community organizer," except that you have actual responsibilities. I might add that in small towns, w e don't quite know what to make of a candidate who lavishes praise on working pe ople when they are listening and then talks about how bitterly they cling to the ir religion and guns when those people aren't listening. We tend to prefer candi dates who don't talk about us one way in Scranton and another way in San Francis co.</blockquote> The TV talking heads here will surely focus on the insult to Barack Obama and wi ll miss the far more important part of this speech the fact that Palin has moved f rom talking about small-town folks as <i>They</i> a few seconds ago to <i>We</i> now <i>We</i> don't know what to make of this, <i>We</i> prefer this. It doesn' t take a whole lot of thought to figure out who this <i>We</i> is. Certainly, to those listening, if you're part of this <i>We</i>, you know. If you're not part of it, as I'm not, you know even more. Sarah Palin's <i>We</i> is a very unusual character to make an appearance in a n ational presidential campaign, where candidates almost to the last tend to scrup ulously avoid any hint that they are not talking to all Americans. Inclusiveness , telegenic warmth, and inoffensiveness are the usual currency of national-campa ign candidates. Say as little as possible, hope some of the undecideds like your teeth better than the other guy's that's usually the way this business works. But Palin, boldly, has tossed all that aside: she is making an impassioned bunke r speech to a highly self-aware <i>We</i> that defines itself by the enemies sur rounding it, enemies Palin is now haughtily rattling off one by one in this incr easingly brazen and inspired address. She's already gone after the "experts" and "pollsters and pundits" who dismissed McCain, the "community organizer" Obama, even the city of San Francisco {<i>We< /i> are more likely to live in Scranton), but the more important bit came with t he line about how people in small towns are the ones who "do some of the hardest work." The cheer at that line was one of recognition, because what Palin is cle arly talking about there are the people this crowd thinks don't do "the hardest work," don't fight our wars, don't love our country. And <i>We</i> know who <i>They</i> are.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote8"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote8"><sup>8</sup></a> This particular ne wsletter is brought up in <a href="http://italkyoubored.wordpress.com/2011/12/21 /the-ron-paul-newsletter-story-that-i-found-the-most-disturbing-blast-em/">"The Ron Paul Newsletter Story That I Found The Most Disturbing: Blast Em? "</a>. <a name="ftnote9"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote9"><sup>9</sup></a> From <a href="http ://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2010/11/the-tea-partys-brain/308280/">"T

he Tea Party's Brain"</a> by Joshua Green: <blockquote>He returned to medicine and to his true love, economics. In 1976 he had founded a nonprofit, the Foundation for Rational Economics and Education, th at published newsletters under his name, and after his defeat, he turned to them in earnest. The newsletters carried urgent titles like <i>The Ron Paul Survival Report</i>, and were generally devoted to the glories of the market and the men ace of the Federal Reserve. They claimed more than 100,000 readers. (During the 2008 presidential campaign, <i>The New Republic</i> highlighted vile racism and homophobia that had appeared in their pages. Paul professed ignorance, but refus ed to say who had written the material.) </blockquote> <a name="ftnote10"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote10"><sup>10</sup></a> From <a href="h ttp://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/01/opinion/sunday/douthat-Pariahs-and-Prophets.htm l?_r=0">"Pariahs and Prophets"</a> by Ross Douthat: <blockquote>There are two commonplace interpretations of Paul s unusual trajectory . To his many sympathizers libertarians, dissident conservatives and some left-w ingers as well the extremism in his past has nothing to do with the issues that he s campaigning on today. The case for Paul, as The Atlantic s Conor Friedersdorf < a href="http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2011/12/grappling-with-ron-p auls-racist-newsletters/250206/">put it</a>, is that he alone, among viable candi dates, favors reforming certain atrocious policies scaling back America s overseas commitments, ending a failed war on drugs, curbing a runaway public sector and r educing the powers of an imperial presidency. The newsletters may reflect badly on his past, but in the current political landscape he s a voice of reason rather than of madness. </blockquote> <blockquote>But consider a third possibility. There s often a fine line between a madman and a prophet. Perhaps Paul has emerged as a teller of some important tru ths precisely because in many ways he s still as far out there as ever. </blockquo te> <blockquote>In this climate, it sometimes takes a fearless crank to expose reali ties that neither Republicans nor Democrats are particularly eager to acknowledg e. </blockquote> <a name="ftnote11"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote11"><sup>11</sup></a> For example: <a href="http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/press_box/2009/09/two_che ers_for_andrew_breitbart.html">"Sometimes it takes an outsider like Andrew Breit bart to show the press corps the way"</a> by Jack Shafer and <a href="http://www .wired.com/magazine/2010/03/ff_andrew_brietbart/">"How Andrew Breitbart Hacks th e Media"</a>. The best rebuttals to this, in my opinion, were <a href="http://ga wker.com/5890660/andrew-breitbart-big-deal-big-coronary-big-corpse">"Andrew Brei tbart: Big Deal, Big Coronary, Big Corpse"</a> by Mobutu Sese Seko and General R ehavam 'Gandhi' Ze'evi and <a href="http://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/ 2012/03/on-making-yourself-right/253889/">"On Making Yourself Right"</a> by Ta-N ehisi Coates. <a name="ftnote12"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote12"><sup>12</sup></a> As mentioned al ready, an in-depth comparison is made between Breitbart's section in <i>Righteou s Indignation</i> on the Frankfurt School, the work of Minnicino, and the work o f Lind in <a href="http://italkyoubored.wordpress.com/2013/05/11/andrew-breitbar t-psychosis-in-a-political-mask-part-one/">"Andrew Breitbart: Psychosis in a Pol itical Mask Part One"</a>, while the first Anthony Weiner scandal is looked at i n <a href="http://italkyoubored.wordpress.com/2013/06/19/andrew-breitbart-psycho sis-in-a-political-mask-part-two/">"Andrew Breitbart: Psychosis in a Political M ask Part Two"</a>. <a name="ftnote13"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote13"><sup>13</sup></a> From <i>Indigna tion</i>:

<blockquote>Again, where am I going with all of this philosophical jabberwocky? Well, all of these boring and bleating philosophers might have faded into oblivi on as so many Marxist theorists have, but the rise of Adolf Hitler prevented tha t. With Hitler s rise, they had to flee (virtually all of them Horkheimer, Marcuse, Adorno, Fromm were of Jewish descent). And they had no place to go. Except the United States. The United States tradition of freedom and liberty, its openness to outside ideas , and our highest value, freedom of speech, ended up making all America vulnerab le to those who would exploit those ideals. We welcomed the Frankfurt School. We accepted them with open arms. They took full advantage. They walked right into our cultural institutions, and as they started to put in place their leadership, their language, and their lexicon, too many chose to ignore them.</blockquote> <blockquote>And so Marxism came stealthily to our shores, squatted here, planted its roots, and grew like a weed all before we even noticed it. It happened at the university level and at the governmental level and at the media level. We didn t notice because we couldn t read the rhetorical garbage these jokers were spewing, and we didn t think it was important Our Constitution survived a revolution and a Civ il War and two World Wars. Why should we worry about a few German eggheads? Espec ially since America was economically thriving under such oppression. The foundations of the Complex had been built. But we still couldn t see the Compl ex itself the Complex was hidden under paragraphs of obscure text and in college c urricula at places like Tulane University, under the unlikely auspices of America n Studies. Talk about a wolf in sheep s clothing. It all seemed so benign, and we f igured that if college students went off and had sex and did drugs and engaged i n teenage rebellious decadence, oh well, they d eventually come back to the Consti tution, just the way their parents had. We slept while the other side armed, and while we snoozed they secretly stole aw ay our defensive weaponry our allegiance to the Constitution and to freedom of spe ech and opinion. It was only when they fired the first shots over our bow that we noticed we were unarmed, and that they had weaponized the cloudy bacteria of their philosophy i nto full-bore ideological anthrax, ready to deploy on a moment s notice.</blockquo te> <a name="ftnote14"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote14"><sup>14</sup></a> From the transc ript to "Cultural Marxism": <blockquote>NARRATOR The nefarious genius of cultural marxist strategy is to destroy the family unit by promoting what's known in the field of botany as androgyny. From the american college dictionary, androgyny means quote having staminate and pistilate flower s in the same inflorescence; being both male and female; hermaphroditic. Transla ted into cultural marxist strategy, this means making the father and mother of a family the same and/or reversing their roles. How is this done? Well, it starts with invalidation. As previously discussed, one of the key technologies of the Frankfurt School is critical theory. Recall the purpose of critical theory is to instill cultural pessimism. Thus, by endlessly portraying fathers as dominant, restrictive, depersonalized, and controlling, the cultural marxist is able to in validate the male component of the family unit. Concomitant with this, by endles sly portraying mothers as schizophrenic, nagging, anxious, the cultural marxist is able to invalidate the female component of the family unit. This two-punch in validation endlessly repeated in the general literature, movies, and media, give s rise to a pessimistic attitude towards the traditional family. After time, thi s pessimism becomes imbued into the culture. That's why it's said that the produ ct of critical theory is cultural pessimism. The message of cultural pessimism:

1. Families are boring, stifling, and intrusive. 2. Mothers and fathers <i>suck< /i>. 3. Divorce is therefore understandable and justified. With divorce made und erstandable and justified, even laughingly made easy by calling it "no fault", o ne out of two nuclear families now disintegrate into chaos. </blockquote> <blockquote>BAEHR Same sex marriage does not give you the balance of having a mother and father so that you can learn different skills from them, you learn different personality types. By abolishing that, children are adrift.</blockquote> <blockquote>NARRATOR With the success of cultural marxism, hundreds of millions of nuclear families h ave been destroyed since 1965. This has contributed to, or caused, the decline o f the middle class. Next will be the destruction of American capitalism, unless the effects of cultural marxism are recognized and handled.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote15"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote15"><sup>15</sup></a> In "Cultural Ma rxism", as in public life now, Buchanan takes a strong position on adherence to the constitution, and critical of conceding too much power to the executive. Exc erpts from the transcript of "Cultural Marxism": <blockquote>BUCHANAN One of the great problems the country faces is the cowardice of the congress of the United States as an institution. It has allowed the president to usurp the w ar-making power. NARRATOR Where does congress get authority to delegate the responsibility to declare war to the president? It's not in the constitution. This delegation sounds more like an evasion of responsibility for political expediency then the original intent of the founders. BUCHANAN It has resigned its authority, it is frightened of exercising its authority, it does not want responsibility, it does not want accountability.</blockquote> This is an interesting contrast to Buchanan's persepctive during the Iran-contra scandal, which was an venture conducted in violation of the constitution, in vi olation of congress where weapons were sold to a state, Iran, in order to fund w eapons for a paramilitary group in Nicaragua, the contra, in direct violation of a congressional actions blocking such military aid. Here is Buchanan at the height of the scandal, as reported at the time in <a hre f="http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=7u4eAAAAIBAJ&amp;sjid=XiYEAAAAIBAJ&amp;p g=6862,2242910&amp;hl=en">"Buchanan claims he has support of President Reagan"</ a> by Bernard Weinraub: <blockquote>On Monday night, Buchanan addressing a mostly Cuban-American audienc e of more than 3,000, said Reagan had asked him to come to Miami and speak to hi s "friends." The rally's organizers included Jorge Mascanosa, chairman of the Cu ban-American National Foundation, and the Republican Party of Dade County. Buchanan said it was a "disgrace" that some for whom the president had doen so m uch "are now hiding." He was particularly critical of news organizations, saying : "All newsmen should remember that they're Americans first and newsmen second. All who don't feel that should tell us so. We will know which stations not to wa tch and which newspapers not to buy." Shouts of "Traitors!" were also heard when speaker after speaker attacked journa lists who have written or spoken about the Iran crisis.</blockquote> <blockquote>Buchanan said in Miami that the coverage of the White House crisis h ad been "frenzied, unbalanced and loaded with innuendoes," representing a "windf

all for the Soviets." He strongly defended North and Vice Adm. John M. Poindexter, the former national security adviser, who were involved in the secret operation to divert proceeds from Iran arms sales to the Nicaraguan rebels known as contras. "Admiral Poindexter and Colonel North put their careers on the lien to protect o ur country," Buchanan told the audience. "If Colonel North broke any rules, he w ill stand up and take it as the Marine he is. But I say, if Colonel North ripped off the ayatollah and took some $30 million to give to the contras, God bless C olonel North."</blockquote> <a name="ftnote16"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote16"><sup>16</sup></a> From <a href="h ttp://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/ted-baehr-gay-marriage-supporters-creatingtyranny-and-are-subject-indictment-trial-and-just">"Ted Baehr: Gay Marriage Supp orters Creating Tyranny and 'Are Subject to Indictment, Trial and Just Punishmen t'"</a> by Brian Tashman: <blockquote>Adding to the list of off-the-wall reactions to the Supreme Court s de cisions on two same-sex marriage cases, Religious Right activist Ted Baehr of Mo vieguide released a statement demanding that all officials who back marriage equ ality be subject to indictment, trial and just punishment. He claimed that same-sex marriage is part of a Marxist plan to abolish marriage a nd the family and may one day allow dictators like Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin to rise to power in America. The Supreme Court s decision today is absolutely criminal, according to Baehr, argui ng that neither the government nor voters have the right to legalize same-sex mar riage, as it violates God s law and the First Amendment s protection of the freedom to w orship. </blockquote> <a name="ftnote17"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote17"><sup>17</sup></a> From <a href="h ttp://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A38308-2005Apr8.html">"And the Verd ict on Justice Kennedy Is: Guilty"</a> by Dana Milbank: <blockquote>Not to be outdone, lawyer-author Edwin Vieira told the gathering tha t Kennedy should be impeached because his philosophy, evidenced in his opinion s triking down an anti-sodomy statute, "upholds Marxist, Leninist, satanic princip les drawn from foreign law." Ominously, Vieira continued by saying his "bottom line" for dealing with the Sup reme Court comes from Joseph Stalin. "He had a slogan, and it worked very well f or him, whenever he ran into difficulty: 'no man, no problem,' " Vieira said. The full Stalin quote, for those who don't recognize it, is "Death solves all pr oblems: no man, no problem." Presumably, Vieira had in mind something less extre me than Stalin did and was not actually advocating violence. But then, these are scary times for the judiciary. An anti-judge furor may help confirm President B ush's judicial nominees, but it also has the potential to turn ugly. </blockquot e> <a name="ftnote18"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote18"><sup>18</sup></a> A discussion of Shapiro's story on Hamas is <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/20/h agel-hamas-rumor_n_2724981.html">"'Friends Of Hamas' Origin Story Exposes Fact T hat Some People Are Dumb Enough To Fall For Anything"</a> by Jason Linkins. An a rticle going into the fanaticism of Shapiro and Pollak is <a href="http://www.al ternet.org/tea-party-and-right/inside-collapsing-media-empire-deceased-gop-sleaz e-peddler-andrew-breitbart">"Inside the Collapsing Media Empire of Deceased GOP

Sleaze-Peddler Andrew Breitbartt"</a>. An excerpt on Pollak: <blockquote>On campus, Pollak took on the role of ultra-Zionist enforcer, workin g closely with the pro-Israel super-lawyer and Harvard law professor Alan Dersho witz to stamp out any iterations of Palestine solidarity activity. Pollak's proIsrael histrionics were on most vivid display in a class taught by Harvard law p rofessor Duncan Kennedy, one of the most influential and renowned legal theorist s of the past few decades. Pollak and Dershowitz both loathed Duncan Kennedy's politics, a loathing made cl ear by Pollak's own personal blog rants at the time. Despite that hostility (and the waiting list) Prof. Kennedy made sure that Pollak was enrolled in his class , and he hired Pollak his research assistant. On his personal blog "<a href="htt p://guidetotheperplexed.blogspot.com/">Guide To The Perplexed</a>," [28] which s till stands as a record of his strange college years, Pollak blogged critically, almost obsessively about Kennedy. Fellow law students recalled how a class debate on whether armed resistance by a theoretical occupied population was permissible set off Pollak into one of his notorious fits of histrionics. According to one classmate, "He came back to class a week later and slammed a hu nk of metal on the table and started shouting, This is what you people are justif ying! You are supporters of terrorism! This is piece of a Qassam rocket that's f allen near [the Israeli city of] Sderot!' Basically his behavior was embarrassin g even to the other Zionists in the course."</blockquote> An excerpt on Shapiro: <blockquote>That's the black comedy side of Ben Shapiro's punditry. But there's a darker side to Shapiro's writing that reveals him as much worse than a mere si lly nutcase. Ben Shapiro is on record advocating genocide against Palestinian Ar abs in Greater Israel. Advocating genocide is considered a war crime Nazi journa lists were hung in Nuremberg for advocating genocide, and Hutu media personaliti es who advocated genocide in Rwanda have also been charged with genocide. Yet that didn't stop Harvard Law School's Ben Shapiro from penning a column, "Tr ansfer Is Not A Dirty Word," calling for ethnic cleansing which is legally class ified as genocide [31] and a war crime under the Geneva Conventions. Here is Ben Shapiro, editor-at-large at Breitbart, <a href="http://townhall.com/ columnists/benshapiro/2003/08/27/transfer_is_not_a_dirty_word/page/full/">advoca ting genocide</a> [32]: <blockquote> "Here is the bottom line: If you believe that the Jewish state h as a right to exist, then you must allow Israel to transfer the Palestinians and the Israeli-Arabs from Judea, Samaria, Gaza and Israel proper. It's an ugly sol ution, but it is the only solution. Any time the Jews get wise and threaten mass expulsion of Arabs, the Arabs pull out their big stick, equating Nazism with Zi onism... Their spokespeople cry 'Genocide!' And the Jews cower in fear that they could be equated with their parents' murderers. The Jews don't realize that exp elling a hostile population is a commonly used and generally effective way of pr eventing violent entanglements. It's time to stop being squeamish. Jews are not Nazis. Transfer is not genocide. And anything else isn't a solution."</blockquot e> Actually it is genocide. And it's the reason why Ben Shapiro came to be known as "Genocide Ben."</blockquote>

<a name="ftnote19"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote19"><sup>19</sup></a> Goldberg's atta ck on Yglesias where he compares him to Lindbergh can be found in <a href="http: //www.nationalreview.com/corner/136696/progressive-lindberghs/jonah-goldberg">"P rogressive Lindberghs"</a>, along with a follow-up <a href="http://www.nationalr eview.com/corner/136791/yglesias-lindbergh/jonah-goldberg">"Yglesias &amp; Lindb ergh"</a>. A discussion of the material borrowed from Goldberg's <i>Liberal Fasc ism</i> in <i>Righteous Indignation</i> can be found in <a href="http://italkyou bored.wordpress.com/2013/05/11/andrew-breitbart-psychosis-in-a-political-mask-pa rt-one/#ftnote3">"Andrew Breitbart: Psychosis in a Political Mask Part One Footn ote #3"</a>. Goldberg's closeness to Breitbart is obvious in his appearance on C NN just after hearing of his friend's death, <a href="http://www.youtube.com/wat ch?v=zXRz7Yr-_OU">"Jonah Goldberg Cries During Emotional Interview on Fox - Andr ew Breitbart - YouTube"</a>. <a name="ftnote20"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote20"><sup>20</sup></a> From the "Cultu ral Marxism" transcript, I bold their mention: <blockquote>NARRATOR It seems the more a congressman is entrenched, the more he is able to build a so cial network, a network of cronies. Clearly, good relations with fellow congress men serve many productive purposes. But such a network can also be abused. After all, it's much easier to minimize the risks of vote swapping, a form of collusi on, amongst cronies. It's much easier to justify corporate campaign contribution s, a form of bribery, amongst cronies. And it's much easier to get away with ear marks, a form of fraud, amongst cronies. Thus, an entrenched congress, especiall y one cast into only two major parties would seem to be in the perfect position to imperceptibly usurp power from the people. And place it into the hands of the <b>corporate fascists</b> who've hijacked congress.</blockquote> <blockquote>NARRATOR Sounds to me, given the state of affairs we're in today, well over ten trillion dollars in debt, immersed in perpetual wars, getting more secular and socialist by the minute, <b>fascist multinationals</b> dominating congress, that we have a llowed serious corruption to seep into the american experiment. We may think we won our independence from Europe, defeated communism, and Nazi fascism, but did we?</blockquote> <blockquote>NARRATOR Citizens need to get familiar with the original intent of the founders. And real ize that the forces of cultural marxism have been raping and pillaging the Unite d States for decades. But to realize the dream, and keep this magnificent republ ic alive, all americans need to do is take three steps: 1) Disconnect from all s ources of cultural Marxist propaganda, media and lifestyles. 2) Don't patronize the largest Fed member banks and fascist multinational corporations. 3) Connect up with the original intent of the Founders and get active applying the U.S. Con stitution. Americans, and history challenged baby boomers, should understand wha t it means to be a self-governing nation. They need to understand the constituti on from a philosophical point of view, not just a mechanical point of view. Why were certain things emphasized and others not. Why is a well-regulated militia n ecessary to the security of a free state? Why is the term general welfare the on ly term that appears twice? What principles lay behind the constitution and why? If citizens better understood these things, they would be able to go about thei r lives with a greater appreciation of the rare opportunity they have been given to live in the american experiment. Instead of pessimism, they would have the r ealization that America has just begun. That the future will be even more incred ible than anyone imagined. Take three steps and it will happen. Yes, the cultura l marxists in the media and the universities will scream and dramatize. Yes, the re will be a percentage of religious fanatics that attack the United States, or hate us, because we flourish and prosper. And yes, there will always be secular robots and iconoclasts that hate traditional values, and deny that America was p opulated by christians, or influenced by biblical principles. But the founders s

omehow knew all this. For they had studied thousands of years of history, and co untless failed civilizations. From these lessons, they built the constitution of the United States. And this document has succeeded as no other. The blueprint f or the longest standing republic in history is in your hands. Eventually, even t he cultural marxists, the <b>corporate fascists</b>, the islamic terrorists, and our current special interest dominated congress, will see the light. And become part of the general welfare. In the meantime, don't give liberty challenged mem bers of society the power to enslave us all. Just because a relative few have so little faith in the original intent of the founders and the United States const itution.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote21"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote21"><sup>21</sup></a> From the "Cultu ral Marxism" transcript: <blockquote>NARRATOR Ever wonder why congressmen were so eager to sacrifice tariffs for NAFTA's "free " trade? It's because tariffs don't amount to much when congress can print up al l the fiat money it wants through the federal reserve system. Yes: monetizing en dless fiat money was the answer opinion leader economist John Maynard Keynes sug gested to Roosevelt in his 1933 open letter.</blockquote> <blockquote>NARRATOR So, how come the <i>media</i> seems oblivious to all this? The <i>media</i> that 's looking out for folks, never discusses fiat currency, cultural marxism, media consolidation, Keynesian economics, NAFTA, GATT, WTO, or multinational corporat ions, in any sort of critical way? How come the mainstream media downplays peopl e who protest against free trade? The World Trade Organization? Or call for prot ective tariffs?</blockquote> <a name="ftnote22"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote22"><sup>22</sup></a> From <a href="h ttp://www.amazon.com/Whats-Matter-Kansas-Conservatives-America/dp/080507774X/">< i>What's the Matter with Kansas?</i></a> by Thomas Frank: <blockquote> While the Wichita Cons [the Wichita, Kansas conservatives] worked hard to build their movement, they would not have succeeded so extravagantly had it not been f or the simultaneous suicide of the rival moveement, the one that traditionally s poke for working-class people. I am referring, of course, to the Clinton adminis tration's famous policy of triangulation, its grand effort to minimize the diffe rences between Democrats and Republicans on economic issues. Among the nation's pundit corps "triangulation" has always been considered a stroke of genius, sign aling the end of liberalism's old-fashioned "class warfare" and also of the Demo crats' faith in "big government." Clinton's New Democrats, it was thought, had b rought the dawn of an era in which all parties agreed on the sanctity of the fre e market. As political strategy, though, Clinton's move to accomodate the right was the purst folly. It simply pulled the rug out from under any possible organi zing effort on the left. While the Cons were busily polarizing the electorate, t he Dems were meekly seeking the center. In Wichita Republicanism appeared dynami c and confident; the Democrats looked dispirited, weak, spent. However well it was received on Wall Street, Clinton's strategy played right int o the hands of Mark Gietzen [a local Republican candidate] and hundreds of other Christian conservative organizers like him around the country. If basic economi c issues are removed from the table, Gietzen has written, only the social issues remain to distinguish the parties. And in such climagte, Democratic appeals to people of ordinary means can be easily neutralized. "Years ago, it was assumed t hat the Republican Party was '<i>the party of the rich</i>,' and that the Democr ats stood for working people," Gietzen writes. </blockquote> <blockquote> Plenty of Wichitans clearly came to beleive that it was. In the election fo 1994

they took their frustrations out on Democratic representative Dan Glickman, a s taunch Clinton loyalist who supported NAFTA - a free-trade agreement originally drafted by Republicans - even though the labor unions back in Wichita that made up his electoral base adamantly opposed the trade accord. Says Dale Seenson, a u nion painter at Boeing (and a Republican state legilator): "When [Glickman] vote d for NAFTA, I couldn't any longer vote for him. I know a lot of union members w ere really mad at Glickman when he voted for NAFTA." With Democrats and Republic ans having merged on free trade, the issues that remained were abortion and guns . And, of course, government itself. Glickman was solidly pro-choice, and he had supported the adminstration's measures to restrict assault weapons; he had also been involved in the House check-bouncing scandal, which seemed to confirm peop le's worst suspicions about career politicians. </blockquote> <a name="ftnote23"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote23"><sup>23</sup></a> The way in whic h Breitbart's difficulty finding work affected him is discussed in some depth in <a>"Andrew Breitbart: Psychosis in a Political Mask Part Two"</a>. That he vote d for Perot is mentioned in <i>Righteous Indignation</i>: <blockquote> I still had a natural disdain for the religious right, which had been the ultima te 1980s-era bogeyman, so I was looking for some neutral ground while I tried to figure things out. If you met me in 1992, for some odd reason, I would have tol d you I was a libertarian, and I voted for Ross Perot. The only awkward memory t hat haunts me more is my roller-disco period. </blockquote> <a name="ftnote24"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote24"><sup>24</sup></a> Van Alen's pro ducing credit is in the movie itself, and is there on <a href="http://www.cultur almarxism.org/single.htm">the movie's order page</a>. Van Alen has a producer cr edit on many of Jaeger's movies. That this William Van Alen, Jr. is the same Van Alen who ran the Noah Fund is de finitively proven by looking at Van Alen's profile at Forbes. There, it tells us that Van Alen Jr. is the president of Cornerstone Entertainment: <blockquote>William L. Van Alen, Jr., joined the Board of Directors of the Compa ny in May 1993. <b>Mr. Van Alen is President of Cornerstone Entertainment, Inc., an organization engaged in the production of feature films of which he was a fo under in 1985.</b> Since 1996 and until March 2006, Mr. Van Alen had been Presid ent and a Director of The Noah Fund, a publicly traded mutual fund. Prior to 198 5, Mr. Van Alen practiced law in Pennsylvania for twenty-two years. Mr. Van Alen received his undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylva nia and his law degree from Villanova Law School. William L. Van Alen, Jr., resi gned as a director of the Company effective February 4, 2010.</blockquote> Many of the movies made by Jaeger, including "Cultrual Marxism" are a joint prod uction of his company, Matrixx Entertainment, and Cornerstone Entertainment. From <a href="http://www.mecfilms.com/jrjres.htm">Jaeger's filmography</a> off o f his site: <blockquote>FIAT EMPIRE, Telly Award-winning documentary, Cornerstone/Matrixx En tertainment, Devon, PA - 2006 ORIGINAL INTENT, Ron Paul, Pat Buchanan, Cornerstone/Matrixx Entertainment, Devo n, PA - 2007-09 THEY ASSUMED IT WAS DEAD, Bunker Jaeger, Ted Kautz, a James Jaeger Film, Matrixx Productions, Beverly Hills, CA - 2009 CULTURAL MARXISM, Ron Paul, Pat Buchanan, Cornerstone/Matrixx Entertainment, Dev on, PA - 2009

RADNOR HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Ted Pollard Matrixx Productions, Devon, PA - 2009 CORPORATE FASCISM, Ron Paul, Pat Buchanan, Cornerstone/Matrixx Entertainment, De von, PA - 2009-10</blockquote> William Van Alen Jr.'s obituary is in <a href="http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/ palmbeachpost/obituary.aspx?page=lifestory&amp;pid=139841959"><i>The Palm Beach Post</i></a>: <blockquote>Bill Van Alen, a true original, champion athlete and devout Christia n, died Wednesday at his home in Newtown Square, PA after a characteristically b rave battle with brain cancer. William L. Van Alen, Jr. was born in Philadelphia , PA March 21, 1933, the son of William L. Van Alen and Elizabeth Kent Van Alen. He attended Haverford School in Haverford, PA and graduated from St. Paul's Sch ool in Concord, NH. After three years at the U.S. Naval Academy, he graduated fr om the University of Pennsylvania and won a law degree from Villanova University . Bill clerked for Chief Justice Bell of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, practic ed law and competed in many sports, winning championships in court tennis, lawn tennis and golf. He was a member of the Seminole, Pine Valley and Gulph Mills Go lf Clubs and the State in Schuylkill. He founded and later sold a Christian prin cipled mutual fund, the Noah Fund.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote25"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote25"><sup>25</sup></a> From an intervi ew with Robert A. Gualtieri, vice-president of marketing for the Noah Fund, <a h ref="http://www.twst.com/interview/18224">"General Investing Analysis: J. Geewax / R. Gualtieri"</a>: <blockquote><b>TWST</b>: Tell us about the NOAH FUND, its philosophy and its inv estment criteria. Mr. Gaultieri: The NOAH FUND is a socially responsible mutual fund that invests in accordance with Biblical principles. We are taking US companies and screening them for a number of things. The first thing we screen for is alcohol productio n, tobacco production and any type of gambling where a company would derive more than 50% of its total profits from gambling. This would include casinos, horse racing, dog racing and lotteries. Then we are screening for abortion, which incl udes companies that pay for abortions, collect fetal material from abortions, al low payment for abortion to be made through their companies (i.e., insurance) an d contributions to Planned Parenthood. We also screen for pornography, which inc ludes hotels that allow viewing of pornographic literature in the rooms, any pro duction of X-rated material or anti- family entertainment material, including an y TV stations that show pornography. The NOAH FUND is also now screening for non -traditional marriage lifestyles, those conditions that exist where the Coalitio n for Gay Rights has gone in and asked these companies to allow their same-sex p artners to get health benefits and lifestyle benefits from them. Planned Parenth ood and the non-traditional marriage lifestyles are new to us, but we feel that it's very important and as a result we have started to screen them out.</blockqu ote> <a name="ftnote26"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote26"><sup>26</sup></a> From an intervi ew with Noah's portfolio manager, John Geewax, <a href="http://www.twst.com/inte rview/18224">"General Investing Analysis: William Van Alen Jr. Polestar management / John Geewax"</a>. On investing in Microsoft: <blockquote>But clearly we are in the growth area. So when you think of our firm , think Wal-Mart (WMT) and not Kmart. Kmart is a bankrupt company and Wal-Mart i s a growth firm.</blockquote> <blockquote>The reason you own a growth company and you're willing to pay up for it is that, for some reason, a growth company, for all intents and purposes, is a monopoly because it has pricing leadership. Microsoft is a monopoly. Dell, be cause it delivers the lowest cost product, it, by definition, because it has cap

tured a significant amount of market share, has monopolistic pricing, especially relative to its competitors. So if it's no longer a growth company, I'm going t o sell it. If its financial statements come out and its leverage ratios are look ing bad or its cash flow coverage ratios are looking bad, I'm going to sell it. I come in about 5:30 and by 5:45 I'm depressed and I'm done with all this by abo ut 7:30 or 8:00. So I have this new list of buys and if I own a company that is not on this list, I sell it.</blockquote> On investing in Freddie Mac, <a href="http://www.twst.com/interview/18224">"Gene ral Investing Analysis: J. Geewax / R. Gualtieri"</a>: <blockquote><b>TWST</b>: Would problems with management be part of the screening ? Mr. Geewax: If there's no restatement of earnings, there is no screening out. On ce the rules have changed, we'll pick it up immediately. The issue with Freddie really is the use of capital, the excess capital needed now, and from the point of view of return on usable equity, they're much slower than Fannie Mae. So I wo uldn't have Freddie in any of my portfolios, but I do have Fannie. I think what Fannie offers is that it is a cheap stock, where the worst is already in the sto ck. And relative to the mortgage banking area, for lack of a better term, they a lways handle a downturn better than anybody else. And you're going to see a lot of people starting to sell their mortgages, and there's only one company that wo uld buy it: Fannie. So they normally get the pick of the crop and are well posit ioned in this marketplace.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote27"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote27"><sup>27</sup></a> Among various e xamples, there are <a href="http://www.jaegerresearchinstitute.org/articles/bern ie.htm">"Bernie Madoff And The Mpaa Studios"</a>, <a href="http://www.jaegerrese archinstitute.org/articles/resent.htm">"War Could Create Resentment Against Jews "</a>, and <a href="http://www.jaegerresearchinstitute.org/articles/9-11project. htm">"The Terrorist Attacks: Was 9/11 a False Flag Operation?"</a> "Resentment" is the only one not written by Jaeger, but by Henry Makow Ph.D. The last is a 9/ 11 conspiracy theory. A fragment: <blockquote>So, in essence, what the central planners of 9/11 HAD to do was crea te an image that superseded what everyone has endlessly seen in Hollywood movies . This means they had to supersede DIE HARD and even TOWERING INFERNO, a sky scr aper that burned for the entire movie and didn't collapse. So, in order to acces s the $2 trillion that was eventually available to the military-industrial compl ex and elements in the U.S. government and elsewhere, the 9/11 show had to be su per dramatic AND spread over a wide area. The way this was pulled off was i) it was planned over a long time; ii) very few people had to know very much and iii) the upside was "profit" potential was in the multi-trillions of dollars. Bear in mind, MANY more people were kept silent during the MANHATTAN PROJECT than the 9/11 FALSE FLAG OP. So just because a proj ect involves deaths of thousands, doesn't mean it can't be kept quite secret. Hi story shows that people are MUCH more loyal to MONEY than they are to LIVES and they will obey "authority figures" today even more than they did during the Milg ram experiment of the 1950s. So, as previously mentioned, not only was this a multi-trillion dollar op, it in volved saving millions of lives by expending "only" hundreds of thousands of liv es, not "just" the people in the buildings and jets, but all the innocent citize ns our military adventures have killed in Iraq and Afghanistan as "collateral" d amage. Remember, the Mossad was probably involved with the CIA. The Mossad wante d 9/11 to happen because they are desperate to protect their 8 million people in Israel. Israel is surrounded by over a billion hostile Arabs, many of which wou ld love nothing more than to invade Israel, kill all the Jews there, and take ba

ck "their homeland" of Palestine. The only thing that's standing between Israel and these hostile hoards is Israel's nuclear arsenal and their good Christian bu ddies, the U.S. presidents goaded on by AIPAC. If the nukes are used however, th ey could contaminate the entire ME area, including the small tract of land Israe l sits on. So nukes are not that good of an option and a last resort. The prefer red option is to keep the U.S. military-industrial complex fired up and over in the Middle East fighting the "War of Terror." And the only way THAT can be done is if the American people look the other way in connection with the 9/11 False F lag Op and keep printing up fiat currency. So you can bet there are millions of Genesis-reading American evangelicals that secretly like 9/11 because it gives t hem an excuse to trump the interests of Israel.(3) And this is what was in it for Israel and its Mossad, enhanced American support and an enhanced level of "security" in the Middle East and the greater Israeli a rea. And this has all happened, as we can all see. In the name of "security" the U.S. received the anti-constitutional PATRIOT Act, legislation that was passed without even being read by Congress. This has now created a police state, not on ly in the United States, but the entire world, for the Republicans, with the sol d exception of Ron Paul, think the US should be the policeman of the world more than ever. Thus every government on earth has benefited from the 9/11 False Flag Operation. When one considers this, it makes the 9/11 project MUCH bigger than just a $2 trillion project.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote28"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote28"><sup>28</sup></a> From <a href="h ttp://www.jaegerresearchinstitute.org/articles/involved.htm">"Why I Got Involved in FIRM"</a> by James Jaeger: <blockquote>I have been in the Hollywood-based U.S. motion picture industry sinc e 1977 and 10 years prior to that working around the Philadelphia and Seattle ar eas. My bio is at http://www.mecfilms.com/jrjbio.htm. I try to evaluate situatio ns from a number of views: 1) my personal experience, as tracked by my bio, 2) t he experience of others, 3) by reading books and periodicals, 4) by watching TV media, 5) by debating in public on the NGs and Discussion Fora on the Internet. I have been a reasonable success in the movie business and have associated with many people that were very successful (such as Lee Garmes who was my mentor and who shot, produced and/or directed about 100 classic pictures, including GONE WI TH THE WIND. Lee introduced me to a number of members in the Academy of Motion P icture Arts &amp; Sciences. See his credits at http://www.mecfilms.com/leebio.ht m). Lee, at his dining room table, where we used to work, was probably the first per son to say to me, in 1979, that the Hollywood-based U.S. motion picture industry was 'controlled by a group of people that remained behind a veil.' Lee never st ated anything about their ethnic backgrounds, but he worked for many of the powe rs that ran the studios for many decades, starting with Thomas Ince. Lee, like o thers, was a paid employee for the studios and so he never "bit the hand that fe d him" while working in the studio system, but by the time I met Lee, he had def ected from that system and was an independent producer. Why did he defect?</bloc kquote> <blockquote>After Lee died, I worked with Errol Flynn's manager, Jackson B. Maho n (http://www.mecfilms.com/barry.htm), for about 10 years and got to meet and le arn about the Feature AND TV industry from a reasonably high level. Barry was co nsidered by many a genius in movie financing/completion bonding, as well as a pi oneer for new methods of financing movies deals such as using Canadian public ma ster limited partnerships to discount negative pickup deals instead of banks. Ba rry launched Doris Keating, a powerful CBS/Columbia producer, who produced many CBS MOWs (I worked with Barry at the executive level on about 5 of them, includi ng an MOW on Errol's life called MY WICKED WICKED WAYS). Prior to the movie busi ness, Barry flew over 100 fighter pilot missions in WWII and was the only person to get shot down twice and escape twice from the Germans. The movie, THE GREAT

ESCAPE is based upon Barry. I got to know Barry very well, as well as his entire family (Doris was his daughter) and over time I realized that Barry corroborate d Lee's views about control in the industry. But being young and idealistic I ar gued with Barry incessantly, telling him "You're full of shit Barry, your proble m is you didn't go to college." And he would say: "James you're full of shit, yo ur problem is you over analyze everything because you DID go to college." We lov ed each other, but I still took his advice with a "grain of salt" -- that is up until the industry passed on the STALIN and NITWITS projects. Why wouldn't it ha ve not financed these projects, especially when many of the executives knew who I had been working with and knew of my 20 years experience? I thought this was s trange. Then a Christian producer friend, Bill Van Alen, who is partners with Joe Pytka (the highest paid TV Commercial director in the world and director of SPACE JAM and LET IT RIDE) on a project called WHEN THE TRUMPET SOUNDS, recommended that I read a book that a friend had suggested to him. The book was called THE FEATURE FILM DISTRIBUTION DEAL by John W. Cones. The friend who recommended the book to Bill was George Jensen, also a Christian and the executive producer of the $30 million, Proctor &amp; Gamble-financed, MOW called A.D. (which aired around 1985 on network TV as a multi-part special). All of these people had experienced sim ilar problems in the Hollywood-based U.S. motion picture industry. Could it have been because they were Christians, I wondered? Even though I was a Christian-Sc ientologist for most of my years in Hollywood (1977 -1986), I began to wonder, c ould the industry be discriminating against people in various religions or with conservative political views?</blockquote> <a name="ftnote29"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote29"><sup>29</sup></a> From <a href="h ttp://www.originalintent.us/comments.htm">"ORIGINAL INTENT - Comments"</a>: <blockquote>To: John Cooper Director, Sundance Film Festival John, I am surprised that your Festival would reject a patriotic film like ORIGINAL IN TENT that's calling for this nation to get back to Constitutional principles and feat ures five major opinion leaders, such as RON PAUL and PAT BUCHANAN. This reflects very poorly on not only the Sundance Institute, but Robert Redford himself, a man supposedly known for his independent thinking and a desire to fo ster new voices in American film. Would you please reconsider? Having ORIGINAL INTENT accepted by Sundance would do much to get the important, non-partisan views expressed in the documentary ou t and into the mainstream where change is desperately needed. Thanks, James Jaeger, Producer/Director (212) 933-9375</blockquote> <blockquote>From: Jaeger Research Institute [mailto:contact@mecfilms.com] Sent: Thursday, December 03, 2009 7:59 PM To: programming@sundance.org (External Utility Mailbox) Subject: Re: 2010 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL NOTIFICATION Hey Cooper, did any of you assholes at SUNDANCE even WATCH ORIGINAL INTENT befor

e you REJECTED IT? Ron Paul and Pat Buchanan are in this film. You think THEY have nothing to say? ! http://www.OriginalIntent.</blockquote> <blockquote>From: Adam Montgomery To: 'Jaeger Research Institute' Sent: Friday, December 04, 2009 2:24 AM Subject: RE: 2010 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL NOTIFICATION Yes, we assholes did watch it. All 3+ hours of it. We take the submissions pro cess very seriously, and every film submitted is viewed in the same fashion. Ou t of 1,700 docs submitted, the vast majority have something to say, and usually it s something at least relatively important. Unfortunately, we only have room fo r 35 docs at our Festival, so decisions have to be made. In my opinion, Pat Buc hanan and Ron Paul are great Americans, and of course we do not believe that the y have nothing to say , nor do we believe that your film has nothing to say. I wat ched your film and for me personally it was educational and informative-- you ar e expressing a lot of ideas that I fully believe in myself on a personal level. However, if you want this film to find an audience, you might consider cutting i t down a bit. Just a suggestion, as films of this nature generally run less tha n two hours, and I am of the opinion that you could stand to cut an hour or so. I have no desire or authority to tell you what to do with your own movie, but s ince you felt the need to accuse us of not even viewing it, I feel as if the lea st I can do is offer some constructive criticism since I did watch it-- it wasn t a film that was simply dismissed. It was viewed by others and discussed. We ass holes are nothing if not thorough, I assure you of that. Best, Adam Montgomery Manager, Programming Department Sundance Institute 8530 Wilshire Blvd., 3rd Floor Beverly Hills, CA 90211</blockquote> <blockquote>From: sio To: 'Jaeger Research Institute' ; Adam Montgomery Cc: John Cones ; JOHN LONGENECKER ; Johnny Davis Sent: Sunday, December 06, 2009 7:34 PM Subject: RE: Was ORIGINAL INTENT Nixed by SUNDANCE because of ADL Propaganda? Hi, Please stop bcc'ing the Sundance Industry Office on these emails (sio@sundance.org). Shalom, Rosie Rosie Wong Senior Manager, Sundance Industry Office 8530 Wilshire Blvd., Third Floor Beverly Hills, CA 90211 310.360.1981 tel

310.360.1969 fax www.sundance.org</blockquote> <a name="ftnote30"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote30"><sup>30</sup></a> From <a href="h ttp://www.filmreform.org/fmission.htm">"F.I.R.M. Mission Statement"</a>: <blockquote><b>CONDUCT RESEARCH</b> Work toward encouraging more thoughtful, critical and analytical research regard ing aspects of the above general propositions as well as research relating to: a. The true nature of feature films; b. The impact of movies on individuals and society; c. What people (and entities) have the power to determine which movies are produ ced and released; d. Who gets to work on those movies in the key positions; e. Who determines the themes and contents of screenplays for those movies; and f. How did such persons (and entities) gain that power.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote31"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote31"><sup>31</sup></a> From the dedica tion to <a href="http://www.filmreform.org/whats.htm">"What's Really Going On In Hollywood!"</a>: <blockquote><b>DEDICATION</b> This book is dedicated to all of the African Americans, Hispanic/Latinos, Native Americans, Asian Americans, German Americans, Italian Americans, women, gays/le sbians, Christians, Muslims, Arabs and Arab-Americans, White Southerners and oth ers who have been victimized by Hollywood employment discrimination and patterns of bias on the screen for some 100 years.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote32"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote32"><sup>32</sup></a> From <a href="h ttp://www.filmreform.org/whats.htm">"What's Really Going On In Hollywood!"</a>: <blockquote><b>Gay/Lesbians</b>--Gays and lesbians have also been victimized by consistent negative and stereotypical portrayals in American films. In 1987, Vit o Russo points out in his book about homosexuality in American movies (The Cellu loid Closet), nothing is ". . . more imbedded in industry culture than a belief that the public would never accept a gay hero. "For most of its history, therefo re, the screen entertainment industry pretended homosexuals did not exist; when they did appear, they were portrayed as harmless buffoons or as murderers, murde r victims, or suicides."</blockquote> <blockquote>It then safe to say that, as a general rule, movies mirror the value s, interests, cultural perspectives and prejudices of their makers. The prejudic es of the Hollywood filmmakers, as a rule, view gays as bitchy, lonely, jealous, murderous, angry and gloomy. They are also sometimes presented as effeminate an d harmless buffoons, but also as child molesters, murder victims, suicides, pote ntially homicidal and villains. Lesbians have been portrayed in a similar stereo typical manner, except for the substitution of masculine for effeminate, while i n still other movies they have been delesbianized altogether. Until the Hollywood establishment stops systematically excluding gays and lesbia ns from positions of authority in the Hollywood power structure, and more gays a nd lesbians are allowed to green-light production financing and determine which films are to be released, we are not likely to see any significant change in the number of films that provide more accurate and positive portrayals of such pers ons. In addition, until such developments occur, movie audiences are not likely to see more overall balance in the portrayals of gays and lesbians in mainstream cinema. These same observations are also true with respect to the consistent Ho llywood bias towards women.</blockquote>

<a name="ftnote33"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote33"><sup>33</sup></a> From <a href="h ttp://www.filmreform.org/whats.htm">"What's Really Going On In Hollywood!"</a>: <blockquote><b>The Overly Popular Nazi Villain</b>--There is also no question th at the all-time champion villain for American movies since the '30s is the Nazi, and this alone tells us a great deal about who controls Hollywood. American fil ms dealing with the Nazi threat during the years from 1934 through 1941 (prior t o the U.S. entry into World War II) are considered in the chapter "Favored Theme s and Motion Picture Propaganda". Some 33 anti-Nazi films are considered there. Another 241 anti-Nazi movies were identified by this study, having been released from 1942 through 1994. On average, Hollywood released nearly 5 anti-Nazi films a year during this latter 52 year period. Although, this study did not go so fa r as to quantify the results, it would appear that more Hollywood films have fea tured the Nazis as villains more than all other films focusing on other World Wa r II enemies of the U.S., considered together. The appearances of Nazis as villa ins in American-made motion pictures seem to far outdistance the appearances of any other consistently negatively portrayed human population. Interestingly, but not surprisingly, Michael Medved made little or no comment regarding this clear Hollywood bias, which has, over the years, risen to the level of movie propagan da. Even though we might all agree that Nazis are appropriate movie villains, the co ncern expressed here centers on the fact that if a narrowly defined interest gro up that happens to control Hollywood is allowed to obsessively portray its most despicable enemies through a disproportionate number of movies showing them as v illains, then all other groups that have any interest in portraying someone else as a movie villain are arbitrarily prevented from doing so. Thus, the prolifera tion of Nazi villains in Hollywood films, not only confirms the priorities and b iases of the Hollywood film community, it precludes others from telling their im portant stories through films that are available to be seen by large segments of the American and world publics.</blockquote> <blockquote><b>The Continuing Attack: Neo-Nazi/Fascists, White Supremacists and the Klan</b>--In addition to the long series of anti-Nazi and anti-fascist motio n pictures, the Hollywood-based U.S. film industry also routinely churns out fil ms that negatively portray neo-Nazis, neo-fascists, white supremacists and the K u Klux Klan. Once again, this reported conclusion based on an analysis of Hollywood films and pointing out that such movies commonly use white supremacists as villains is no t included as any form of argument that they should not be cast as villains, onl y that if they are used as villains, so should extremists of all other religious , cultural, ethnic and racial groups. If the Hollywood-based U.S. movie industry takes the position that only the white race has extremists on its fringe, then that movie industry itself is racist. Part of the danger of the anti-Nazi, anti-Fascist and anti-White Supremacist mov ies that is of concern is that the underlying prejudice against such hate monger ing can so easily and appears to have in fact, evolved into a broader anti-neo-N azi, anti-German, anti White Supremacist, anti-Ku Klux Klan, anti-redneck and fi nally, anti-Southern mentality in the movie industry (see discussion of movies a bout the South below), all of which tends to stir prejudice based on stereotypes in our contemporary society and lay the groundwork for a form of regional discr imination in the U.S. that is encouraged by the powerful communications medium, the Hollywood motion picture. It would appear, in fact, that the people who are making these movies are more prejudice than most of the people portrayed. Intere stingly enough, the Ku Klux Klan has had chapters in states other than in the Am erican South (e.g., Kansas, California, Oregon, Ohio, Indiana, New York, New Jer sey and Pennsylvania), while the vast majority of Hollywood films portraying the Klan are centered in the Southern states. </blockquote>

<a name="ftnote34"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote34"><sup>34</sup></a> From <a href="h ttp://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=290 90826&amp;privcapId=45758456&amp;previousCapId=45758456&amp;previousTitle=Law%20 Office%20of%20John%20W.%20Cones">"John Cones: Executive Profile &amp; Biography - Businessweek"</a>: <blockquote>John W. Cones serves as Consultant of Big Sky Motion Pictures - mana ger at Spring Break '83 Production, LLC. Mr. Cones is a securities/entertainment attorney licensed to practice in the states of California and Texas. His primar y area of expertise is federal and state securities compliance for entertainment oriented business plans, limited partnership, limited liability and corporate s tock offerings providing financing for feature films, Internet companies, televi sion pilots, live stage plays, documentaries and infomercials. Mr. Cones worked in that area of the law for 18 years in Houston and Los Angeles and participated in the production of the required disclosure documents for more than 200 securi ties offerings. Some 35 independently produced feature and documentary films hav e been produced as a result of those investor offerings. In addition, he has inc orporated, licensed and counseled regarding compliance matters, a half dozen sec urities broker/dealer firms engaged in such offerings. Mr. Cones lectured on fil m finance topics for the past 18 years throughout the United States. He has auth ored four books Film Finance and Distribution--A Dictionary of Terms (Silman-Jam es Press, 1992), Film Industry Contracts (1993) and 43 Ways to Finance Your Feat ure Film (Southern Illinois University Press-Summer of 1994). The fourth book, T he Feature Film Distribution Deal--A Critical Analysis of the Single Most Import ant Film Industry Agreement was released in December of 1996. Mr. Cones is a gra duate of the University of Texas at Austin with Bachelor of Science in Communica tions in 1967 and Doctor of Jurisprudence in 1974. </blockquote> That this John W. Cones is the same John W. Cones who wrote <a href="http://www. filmreform.org/whats.htm">"What's Really Going On In Hollywood!"</a> can be conf irmed by going to the description below "About the Author", which lists the same bibliography: <blockquote><b>ABOUT THE AUTHOR</b> John W. Cones is a securities and entertainment attorney based in Los Angeles, w here he maintains a private solo practice advising independent feature film, vid eo, television and theatrical producer clients. A frequent lecturer on film finance and distribution, his lectures on "Investor Financing of Entertainment Projects" have been presented in Los Angeles, Las Veg as, Dallas, Houston, Boise, Sacramento, Portland, San Francisco, Nashville, Char leston and Washington, D.C. and have been sponsored by the American Film Institu te, IFP/West, state film commissions, independent producer organizations and Ame rican University. He has also lectured for the USC Cinema-TV School, the UCLA (g raduate level) Producer's Program, UCLA Extension and the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management. His previous publications include <i>Film Finance and Distribution--A Dictionary of Terms</i>, <i>Film Industry Contracts</i> (a collection of 100 sample film i ndustry agreements, available in hard-copy form or on computer diskettes), <i>43 Ways to Finance Your Feature Film</i>, <i>The Feature Film Distribution Deal--A Critical Analysis of the Single Most Important Film Industry Agreement</i>, and numerous magazine and journal articles on related topics.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote35"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote35"><sup>35</sup></a> From the traile r: <blockquote>CHARLI

I'm sorry Billy, but I'm just a good time Charli, and I wouldn't be me if I was here for the good time. GIRL ON BED She's cute...you mind if she joins us? GUY ON BED You slut! GIRL ON BED motions to CHARLI, who jumps onto GUY ON BED.</blockquote> Let me just take the time here to quote from John W. Cones in his <a href="http: //www.filmreform.org/whats.htm">"What's Really Going On In Hollywood!"</a>: <blockquote><b>Women</b>--Women have not fared much better than other minorities in the male dominated U.S. film industry. According to novelist Meg Wolitzer, " [m]ovies that address the complex emotional lives of girls are rare..." In actre ss Michelle Pfeiffer's speech at the Women in Film awards ceremony (1993) she ". ..took aim at Hollywood for movies in which women were 'sold' to men, like <i>Pr etty Woman</i> (1990), <i>Mad Dog and Glory</i> (1993), and <i>Indecent Proposal </i> (1993)". Academic Elisabeth Joyce, in her study of violent women in recent movies conclud es that such examples underline a depressing paradox: "...that women of violence may appear in films and may on first look seem to be harbingers of a new social order which accepts women as equals in the power game, or which in fact present s the patriarchy as giving way to female power, but which in reality only reaffi rm the patriarchy and put women in their secondary place in the social order, a place which is in further reintrenchment." Thus, with all of the progress for women in the rest of U.S. society, Hollywood still seems to be well behind the curve. Hollywood portrayals of women in recent years have included the silent, submissive and untrustworthy females. In additi on, women have been portrayed as being on the sidelines, for sale and as the sex ual harasser.</blockquote> Well, thank god we now have John W. Cones and his <i>Spring Break '83</i> speaki ng truth to power. <a name="ftnote36"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote36"><sup>36</sup></a> From <a href="h ttp://www.hammondstar.com/local_news/news/article_d905c45c-92ba-54c5-8f0a-86527c d400f3.html">"Union shuts down movie"</a> by Brennan David: <blockquote>The Screen Actors Guild and the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees shut down filming of Spring Break '83 Friday evening. Mike McHugh, IATSE business agent, said Big Sky Motion Pictures committed a brea ch of contract when it discovered the movie barely had a week's worth of payroll in its account. IATSE requires two weeks' worth of payroll to be in deposit. The union learned of the breach of contract after several complaints from crew m embers and extras not being paid. When SAG shut down filming Friday evening, we f ollowed suit and did the same, McHugh said. We told the crew we couldn't guarantee any payment past Thursday, McHugh said. Springfield resident Treyson Thedy said he has not been paid for 19 days of work . The young extra said he has worked in several films and television shows befor e and has always been paid within two weeks. As of Monday, Thedy has been waitin g a month for his first week's payment of work.

I call all the time and always get a different story, Thedy said. They said it's so mething to do with their accountant, but it's always a different story. Thedy said his two brothers and several friends have not been paid either. Archie Trahan, production assistant, said he has not been paid one penny for two weeks of work. He said he should have known something was wrong when the film r efused to give him a copy of his time sheet. He thinks somewhere around 700 people are waiting for payment. </blockquote> <a name="ftnote37"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote37"><sup>37</sup></a> A sample from < a href="http://springbreak83.blogspot.com"><i>Spring Break '83: Unpaid Extras</i ></a>. The post <a href="http://springbreak83.blogspot.ca/2008/02/for-investors.html">" For Investors"</a>: <blockquote>SB83 investors, We do not have any information for you. We are only the the money we are owed. Several investors have contacted gmail.com, but we are unable to help you in any way. As have no idea how or even IF you can recoup any of your extras trying to obtain us through unpaidextras@ it was an investment, we money.

For potential investors, all you have to do is go to <a href="http://imdb.com/ti tle/tt0439876/">IMDb</a> to see what miserable failure Big Sky Motion Pictures' previous film <a href="http://imdb.com/title/tt0439876/">"What Love Is"</a> was. We don't know much about investing, but we do know that Big Sky has a history o f not being honest. Beware. They are not a company you can trust.</blockquote> From <a href="http://springbreak83.blogspot.ca/2008/02/affidavit-please.html">"a ffidavit, please"</a>: <blockquote>Because we anticipate that we will not get paid, we are gathering af fidavits of detailed accounts of pertinent information for the lawyer who is sig ning on to the case. PLEASE SEND YOURS IMMEDIATELY to unpaidextras@gmail.com. Th e lawyer needs them TODAY. Here are two very long examples. Names have been remo ved. EXAMPLE ONE: My name is [name withheld], and I worked as a featured extra on the film "Spring Break '83" on November 3 and 4, 2007. I was initially contracted to be paid $20 0.00 per day, which included travel days to and from Houston, Texas on November 2 and 5, 2007. I later agreed to a lower payment of $600.00 for these four days because Tina Kerr, the casting assistant from Texas, informed me via email that "we had to be paid the same rate as the Louisiana extras". I have several complaints about the way the production was run and the way the e xtras were treated on set. Extras were yelled at in close range via megaphones. Crew members were taking cell phone pictures of unsuspecting female extras who w ere in their bikinis. Production assistants embarrassed and belittled a number o f extras in front of the larger group in order to intimidate them. It all came to a head on the evening of November 4, 2007, when producer Joy Czer wonky met with the Texas extras at our hotel and informed us that we would be ne eded for an additional day of shooting on November 5. This was simply not accept able to me as we were told that November 5th would only be used as a shooting da y if we were unable to shoot on either November 3 and 4 for rain or other weathe

r problems. In addition to the horrible treatment of the extras on set, to add t o my concern, I was told by several people working on set that they had not been paid since October 19. This includes one wardrobe assistant, the manager of the catering company doing craft services, three Louisiana extras, one contracted b reak dancer, and one principal actor. As a SAGe actress, I became aware that "Sp ring Break '83" and Big Sky Motion Pictures were committing serious offenses to their SAG contract. Simply put, I no longer trusted their word, and I wanted to go home immediately. I personally told Czerwonky that I would concede if we were all paid an addition al $150.00 and would be back in Austin, Texas in time for a 7 a.m. shoot on a di fferent production on November 6. At that time, she would not agree to those ter ms and she proceeded to insult my friends and co-workers by telling us that our reasons for wanting to go home were invalid and that working on this film would be "our only chance to make it big in Hollywood" because we were all "way too ol d". As no agreement could be met, 20 of us refused to go on set on November 5. After threatening to call the police for false imprisonment, the production company b egrudgingly hired a limo and a charter van to take us back to Houston. We were t old that we would leave by 8 a.m., but we did not leave until 11:00. In the mean time, two people went back to set. Thirty minutes outside of Houston, our drivers pulled over to a gas station. My friend, [name withheld], called my cell phone and told me to let the others know that our drivers were planning to leave us at the gas station because a certain female passenger was on board who apparently had gotten in to a fight with the owner of the charter bus company the previous day (i.e. she was allegedly banned from riding on any vehicle owned by the company). I quietly spread the word so that the majority of us would not leave the van or limo. Because I wanted us all to get home safe and sound, I further felt forced to lie to the limo driver tha t that certain passenger was not on board. When we arrived at the Wal-Mart parking lot where we had left our vehicles, the limo driver and the banned passenger engaged in a physical altercation. The pass enger pulled out a tazer, and the limo driver was yelling for me. I had to hide behind a SUV because I was scared for my physical well being. The limo driver st arted to drive a way, but the extras had not yet unloaded all of their baggage. As the trunk was still open, the other extras had to scramble to get their bags out. My friend [name withheld] and I got in to her car, and we left for Austin. To th is day, I regret working on this film, and to date, I have not been paid. I attest the above to be true on this 25th day of February, 2008</blockquote> From <a href="http://springbreak83.blogspot.ca/2008/02/warning-do-not-sign-new-r elease-forms.html">"WARNING: do not sign the new release forms... yet"</a>: <blockquote>From a shafted SB83 extra via Myspace today: "I was called about signing a release by BigSky... they said it was the last ste p before getting paid. Sign it if you want... but give me a couple days to figure this out... my husban d is an attorney and says that it is written as though we have ALREADY been paid ... and if you sign it, you may inadvertently be signing away your right to be p aid because of how it is worded. This is what he has to say about it....

<blockquote> "It says good and valuable consideration, receipt of which is he reby acknowledged... Consideration is the quid you receive for the quo you give. You have not yet received any consideration, i.e., payment, so that part of the release is not true. The release they have sent to you is written as if you hav e already been paid. Looks like they have the cart before the horse."</blockquot e> Let me check into this. I do not trust them... and they have not given us any reason TO trust them... so I'll get back with you." -----------Please stay tuned for more developments. We MUST stick together on this issue! ALSO a certified letter will be sent to Big Sky Motion pictures on 2/22 stating our intention of proceeding with legal action. If you sent your info to unpaidex tras@gmail.com your name and monies owed will be included in the letter. If you have not sent your information, please do so immediately. Thank you. We are the unpaid extras from "Spring Break '83". We are tired of the excuses. We just want to be paid.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote38"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote38"><sup>38</sup></a> From the <a hre f="http://www.dbo.ca.gov/ENF/pdf/2008/BigSky-dr.pdf">"Desist and Refrain order ( For violations of section 25110 of the Corporations Code)"</a>: <blockquote>Pursuant to Section 25532 of the California Corporations Code, Big S ky Motion Pictures, L.L.C., Spring Break 83 Production, L.L.C., Spring Break 83 Di stribution, L.L.C., Spring Break 83, Rand Jay Chortkoff aka Gregory Martin, and M ars Callahan are hereby ordered to desist and refrain from the further offer or sale in the State of California of securities, including, but not limited to lim ited liability company interests in Spring Break 83 Production L.L.C, Spring Brea k 83 Distribution, L.L.C., or Big Sky Motion Pictures, L.L.C., unless and until q ualification has been made under said law or unless exempt.</blockquote> From <a href="http://www.dbo.ca.gov/ENF/pdf/b/BigSkyMotionPics_StipFinalJudgment .pdf">"California Department of Corporations-Stipulation to Entry of Final Judgm ent"</a>: <blockquote>H. Plaintiff issued a Desist and Refrain Order on March 28, 2008 aga inst DEFENDANT for violations of the CSL, pursuant to California Corporations Co de section 25532, mandating DEFENDANT to cease from the offer and sale of unqual ified, non-exempt securities to members of the public ( Order ). DEFENDANTS were per sonally served with the Order on or about April 14, 2008. DEFENDANTS did not req uest an administrative hearing on the merits of the Order. Therefore, the Order is now final. I. Notwithstanding the Order, DEFENDANTS continued to offer and sell securities to California residents without disclosing the existence of the Desist and Refra in Order from at least April 2008 to 2010. 9. DEFENDANTS neither admit nor deny the foregoing allegations.</blockquote> From <a href="http://www.dbo.ca.gov/ENF/pdf/b/BigSkyMotionPics_AmendedFinalJudgm ent.pdf">"California Department of Corporations-Amended Final Judgment"</a>: <blockquote>3. DEFENDANTS Big Sky Motion Pictures, L.L.C., Spring Break 83 Produc tion, L.L.C., Spring Break 83 Distribution, L.L.C., Spring Break 83, Rand Jay Chor

tkoff and each of them, and their officers, directors, successors in interest, a gents, employees, attorneys in fact, and all persons acting in concert or partic ipating with them, shall be and are hereby ordered to rescind each and all of th e unlawful transactions alleged in this Complaint and pay full restitution to ea ch person determined to have been subject to acts, practices, or transactions wh ich constitute violations of the Corporate Securities Law of 1968, in the total amount of $180,000.00 to six (6) California investors within one hundred twenty (120) calendar days after the Court s entry of Final Judgment.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote39"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote39"><sup>39</sup></a> From the IMDb b oard for <a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/"><i>What Love Is</i></a>, the thread <a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/flat/43478823?p=1 ">"Investing?"</a>: User natasha cubbage (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/flat/43 478823?d=43478823#43478823">link</a>): <blockquote>Does anyone know anything about phone calls asking for investors in this movie? I just received a phone call asking for a min. investment of $5000. Scam? real? anyone know?</blockquote> User gypsy7-1 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/flat/43478823? d=44140261#44140261">link</a>): <blockquote>Yes, I have received these calls, as well. They started even before the picture was in production. Issue was that they didn't want "big time" invest ors who would prevent Mars Callahan from having full creative control, so they w anted a lot of smaller investors. Mars supposedly has the next picture in progre ss and will want to go back to investors for support. He also "wants to develop the next Miramax production company." Some things to consider: 1.I couldn't verify that the company calling supposedly representing "Big Sky Mo tion Pictures" was even affiliated with that organization. Checks were to go to them, not the third party bank, which was kinda freaky; 2. I actually read the documents they sent and was concerned about distribution of the "profits." Caller's response was, "You didn't actually read it did you?" or something to that effect. Unfortunately, I've spent nearly a lifetime reading contracts. Also, the contract has no value if the company doesn't honor it (or even exist - they may have had no connection with the production company at all) ; 3. I referred the caller to my financial advisor who asked some pertinent questi ons and they wouldn't send him any information; 4. Shortly after that, I got the "closing call" that said they had just been inv ited to the Sundance festival and I only had two more days to get the check to t hem; 5. I checked the Sundance festival site and found no reference to the movie. 6. Financial advisor said that the time is very good for "scam artists" who take your money and run. Other examples are Oil/Gas investments, Forex (foreign fina ncial exchange), etc. (Check out the video "Glengarry Glen Ross") Such scams see m to run in cycles and we are in one now, so.... let the buyer beware. The test is, close your eyes, imagine that you have sent in the amount of money requested to someone you don't know and imagine losing it all. If that doesn't bother you , then perhaps you are ready (and financially capable) to "invest" in such thing

s. Nomad</blockquote> User seewead57 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/flat/43478823 ?d=44607049#44607049">link</a>): <blockquote>I RECEIVED THE SAME CALL,BUT THEY ASKED FOR THIRTY THOUSAND NOT FIVE . I RECIEVED THE (KIT)THEY SENT AT FOUR P.M. THREE HOURS LATER I GOT A CALL TO G O OVER IT AND FILL OUT THE AGREEMENT AND SEND THE CHECK. WAS TOLD I HAD TO DO TH IS NOW OR A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME WOULD PASS ME BY. I PUT THEM OFF WITH DIFFERENT EXCUSES FOR TWO WEEKS.I GOT ANOTHER CALL TODAY SAID I COULD LOWER MY (PARTNERSH IP)TO FIFTEEN THOU. ADVICE.......IF SOMETHING SOUNDS TO GOOD TO BE TRUE IT MORE THAN LIKELY IS..........I AM NOT SAYING IT COULD NOT HAPPEN BUT BY THE NUMBERS I WAS TOLD THE MOVIE WOULD MAKE I WOULD MAKE AS MUCH AS NINE MILLION OFF OF THIRT Y THOUSAND. WHO WOULD GIVE THAT MUCH MONEY BACK TO INVESTORS.</blockquote> User mlints (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/flat/43478823?d= 63736222#63736222">link</a>): <blockquote>I am in investor in What Love Is, and my experience is pretty much i n line with your description, at least regarding the financial arrangements. I i nvested in November 2005, and some of the details of the movie itself have not t urned out as described at the time. The cast that I was "sold" included Val Kilmer, Ben Affleck, Christian Slater, A nne Heche, and (maybe) Angelina Jolie, and the movie was going to be released on Valentines Day 2006. Obviously, there were some changes along the way. I was ne rvous about some of the changes, especially the schedule delay, but the company has been reasonably good about keeping me informed about significant changes as they occurred. The jury is still out as to whether or not this was a good investment. I haven't seen the movie, but the few comments I've read about it are encouraging, and I' m looking forward to its release. </blockquote> From the IMDb <a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/threads/">"What Love Is (2007)"</a> board, the <a href="www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/nest /70921018?p=1">"I feel sorry for any investor, WLI drop..."</a> thread: User bigboy37 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/nest/70921018? d=70921018#70921018">link</a>): <blockquote>the 1st week of release it made 11,000, 67th out of all movies out, right behind Galapagos, which has been out for 7-8 years i think, this week I look on the box office gross, I dont even see WLI in the top 97 movi es, MEANING!!! this move probably only made about 12-13,000 theater release!!! and w ill now be dumped from the theaters and go to DVD what a shame , you put all those "name" actors together, raise money from invest ors and put up the hype, and it comes out in 42, 42!!! theaters and makes 12-13, why even make a movie if you arent going to promote it, distribute it, and then let it crash, my guess..... after BIG LIE comes out with their spring break movie,,, I give them 5 years before they go out of business, no way people will invest in them again WTF?? anybody care to expand on this.....</blockquote> User privateinvestigator (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/nes t/70921018?d=91320438#91320438">link</a>):

<blockquote>Yes you should !! I have never seen a dime from my investment. Yet t hey keep calling for me to invest in SB '83. Thats bold but these guys have no s hame. There is a sucker born every day but I will not be screwed twice.</blockqu ote> User storyteller1957 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/nest/70 921018?d=91364627#91364627">link</a>): <blockquote>Ditto on that. Not one dime. They've promised money for six months ( well, no they actually have promised release and money for well over a year) alw ays followed with a sales pitch. Then it turns out that one of the "top people i n the business" that they have hired for this promotion or that deal somehow has a misunderstanding or mistake that represents a delay. Of course the limited wr itten updates do not sync with what they pitch on the phone. The movie may or may not be a masterpiece but it is different and stimulating, h as a great cast, and a subset of people are going to love it if they get the cha nce. In my neck of the woods no one would get the chance to know that since it never came to a theatre and has not been released on DVD. (The tales of DVD release da tes and why that has not happened yet are a whole 'nother story.) A horribly, horribly mis-managed project that only lends credence to the claim t hat they are in the business of raising money not distributing movies. </blockqu ote> User privateinvestigator (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/nes t/70921018?d=181870960#181870960">link</a>): <blockquote>No K-1! No communication! Crooks!</blockquote> User privateinvestigator (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/nes t/70921018?d=182306325#182306325">link</a>): <blockquote>I at least got my K-1s this year. No income. No explanation of why I hear of it playing here and there but none of that money is coming to the botto m line.</blockquote> User gotmyorangecrush (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/nest/7 0921018?d=101110560#101110560">link</a>): <blockquote>I hate to rain on everyone's What Is Love Doomsday predictions but t he bottom line is that the Home Theater market has become a monster that takes i n literally 3 times as much as theaters do these days. The Home Theater market t ook in 27 Billion in 2007. Those are just HUGE numbers so the bottom line is you simply cannot say a movie failed until after it has been released on the home m arket. In all likeliness a film with this kind of budget will gon on to become v ery profitable on the home market even it it only made a single penny at the the aters. Even bashing this film in its performance in the theatres is a joke because it w as only released in 42 theaters according to Box Office Mojo. Dont get me wrong if you guys want to bash this film the go ahead and do it but to bash this film in regards to its investors or in regards to how successful this film is ultimat ely going to be in that regard is nothing short of ridiculous. The home theatre is considered the 2nd box office and judging a films success before it hits the home market is simply not a very smart thing to do.

Given the star power this film has this film should easily make its budget plus at least 5- 10 million on the home market and if you guys really consider that t o be the overwheming failure that your making it out to be then I would hate to see what you guys would say about the films that actually fail to make money. 10 years ago you could have made a post like this and there would have been noth ing wrong with it but you simply cannot do that today. The SD DVD market is a mo ney powerhouse that has the power to turn even the most utter box office failure s into bags of money. The ironic thing is that its films like these that have su ch low budgets that ultimately make the most in terms of percentage of profit. T he big powerhouse blockbusters that have 200 million budgets are the films that Need to have huge theatrical performances on top of huge home theater performanc es to make any serious money in return. Films like these that have small budgets can go on to make loads of cash on the home market thus judging a films ultimat e performance in regards to profits before it hits the home market is again a fo olish thing to do.</blockquote> User storyteller1957 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/nest/70 921018?d=101132712#101132712">link</a>): <blockquote>I completely agree on the financial potential. Poorly positioned in the theatres does not speak to how people (not necessarily critics who had mixed reviews) will feel about it. I think it will have a good audience in the DVD wo rld. It does not change that by the terms of the investors' agreement we should have seen some check, albeit a small one, last year and I am still waiting for first distributions. As an investor I don't really have anything good to say about the production company at this point. But I will be happy to see the movie released on DVD and have some fresh input on a movie that most people have not yet had e ven the option to see. </blockquote> User smatthew-5 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/nest/7092101 8?d=117318382#117318382">link</a>): <blockquote>Hello Storyteller, I am considering investing in Spring Break 83 and wish to know how much of a ret urn you have received on What Love Is to date. As of your last post, it appeared that you planned to check the mail for a check. Did this or any other checks co me in? I need to know if there are any red flags with this investment still, or if the money just took longer than expected. Any input you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks</blockquote> User storyteller1957 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/nest/70 921018?d=117491189#117491189">link</a>): <blockquote>It has now been five full quarters since WLI went in to the theatres . We never received a check for the small amount of theatre revenue. I was told (while I was being solicited for SB83) that they had sold foreign rights and tha t money was imminent. Over a year ago and never happened. Our first check was th e one referenced above. It amounted to 3 pennies back on each dollar sent (dolla rs were NOT returned). The second quarter has come and gone since without a peep . I can not stress strongly enough, this was a huge rip off. Not just bad luck but either horrible performance or outright lies. Or both.

You would be a gullible fool to give them any money. And I know- I have walked t hat walk. I know it sounds good but just say 'No'. It's mildly fun to think you are part of something. I know it sounds good. Porky's, Nerds and all the others, how could they not make money. Look at the cast list for WLI and tell me how you would think you would lose 97% of your money on a movie with those players. Really, write to me privately if you like. Unlike some people here I do not tras h WLI, the movie, but those are the financial facts. I now have three pennies to show for every dollar that I sent to these guys in 2 005.</blockquote> User Typhoon-ista (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/nest/70921 018?d=102230398#102230398">link</a>): <blockquote>Got My Orange Crush, Nice try but what you are completely missing in that overly optimistic post were the outrageous claims made to investors through sales pitches and disclosure do cuments. It is all well and good to now say "Oh yeah, it was never going to do well in th e theatre but the target market was DVD revenue" but this is simply not what was delivered in the sales process to investors. With all due respect I have to que stion your motives in making the above post and whether you have an association with BS. The facts are movie investments are high risk with the possibility of high retur ns. Potentially Mars and the guys did a very good job like with Pool Hall Junkie s and Zigs. The HUGE problem is with the sales pitch and disclosure docuemtns. T hey were high pressure sales and were disgraceful which simply did not reflect t he risks associated with the investment. Sorry to hear that those investors have lost money but try not to get caught twice.</blockquote> User moviedude1-1 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/nest/70921 018?d=103203812#103203812">link</a>): <blockquote>No the HUGE problem is all the pathetic lies Big SKy told the invest ors! I personally know people who lost thousands to these scam artists! Someone need to put these thieves out of business!</blockquote> User moviedude1-1 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/nest/70921 018?d=106319803#106319803">link</a>): <blockquote>So lets see as you can read in the above posts Big Sky productions L IED to the investors about What love is and the way it was going to be distribut ed, Then they LIED to the Extras on SB83 and told them "The check is in the mail " Does it ever end? Why anyone would do business with this company after reading all the horror stories is beyond me, Big Sky are scam artists nothing more.</bl ockquote> User smatthew-5 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/nest/7092101 8?d=117319700#117319700">link</a>): <blockquote>I am considering investing in Big Sky Productions Spring Break 83, b ut saw your posts. I also saw some that said they did get paid. I am posting thi s several months after the last post on this, so am wondering if your friends wh

o lost money have received any checks since then and to what extent. Obviously, your posts are concerning, but just wondering what the current status is. Please let me know. Thanks.</blockquote> User TheQuietStorm (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/nest/7092 1018?d=103489844#103489844">link</a>): <blockquote>I heard about this whole situation. It's a sad thing, especially for honest and talented producers, writers and directors out there looking for inve stors on great projects. </blockquote> From the IMDb <a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/threads/">"What Love Is (2007)"</a> board, <a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/f lat/73836320?p=1">"Investors Only"</a> thread: User privateinvestigator (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/fla t/73836320?d=73836320#73836320">link</a>): <blockquote>I think we should get together and start a class axtion. I know I wa s lied to many times by the phone promoters. Here are a few examples: 1) The investors in Pool Hall Junkies made 4 to 1 and soon it would be much more even 10 or 20 to one. 2) The movie would be out on Valentines day (2005) 3) Philip Morris angency would be handling a vast promotional effort. 4) They had a deal with See's Candy to promote the film. 5) It ening 6) We 7) No would be the perfect Valentines movie for me to bring my wife to on the op night. should expect a return of 10,20 or even 30 to 1. chance of faliure with multiple streams of income.

I have not seen a check yet. I was told we would have quartely distributions. Th ere is no doubt in my mind that I am a victim of fraud. I would like to particip ate in a class action. Are there ant others out there that were lied to. </block quote> User carlk-3 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/flat/73836320?d =74174384#74174384">link</a>): <blockquote>Um, maybe you'd do better with your investments if you knew how to s pell your own screen name properly. And furthermore, if you had just Googled "Poolhall Junkies," you would have seen it was a miserable failure. </blockquote> User Ravkill (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/flat/73836320?d =77149559#77149559">link</a>): <blockquote>phillip morris markets movies now? </blockquote> User privateinvestigator (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/fla t/73836320?d=127328201#127328201">link</a>):

<blockquote>OK smart ass. Yes I should have checked out poll hall junkies. My sc reen name is a play on words. Investor=Investo get it? Yes I was Duped. Yes I wa s screwed. Yes I was stupid. Yes I lost a lot of money. Yes I am pissed. The peo ple should be jailed.</blockquote> From the IMDb <a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/threads/">"What Love Is (2007)"</a> board, <a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/f lat/105425167?p=1">"Big Sky Productions Ripped of my friend"</a> thread: User moviedude1-1 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/flat/10542 5167?d=105425167#105425167">link</a>): <blockquote>My friend was an extra in SB83 and worked long hard days. He still h asent received a dime from Big Sky productions, This has got to be the worst pro duction company I have ever come across.</blockquote> User storyteller1957 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/flat/10 5425167?d=105599214#105599214">link</a>): <blockquote>Good friends don't let friends work for rip off companies. You knew about Big Sky long before SB83 started filming and told everyone here about it. Surely you should have told your own friends as well. </blockquote> User moviedude1-1 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/flat/10542 5167?d=105632094#105632094">link</a>): <blockquote>Considering I live in a different state than he does and he doesnt c onsult with me with his every move then I couldnt help him, I just think its sad that people had to fight this scam company to get paid!</blockquote> User moviedude1-1 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439876/board/flat/10542 5167?d=106320308#106320308">link</a>): <blockquote>Looks Like One of their own investors with Big SKy dont even like th em! Read the last line of Storytellers post I think that says alot! by storyteller1957 (Mon Dec 3 2007 21:21:14) Ignore this User | Report Abuse -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Ditto on that. Not one dime. They've promised money for six months (well, no the y actually have promised release and money for well over a year) always followed with a sales pitch. Then it turns out that one of the "top people in the busine ss" that they have hired for this promotion or that deal somehow has a misunders tanding or mistake that represents a delay. Of course the limited written update s do not sync with what they pitch on the phone. The movie may or may not be a masterpiece but it is different and stimulating, h as a great cast, and a subset of people are going to love it if they get the cha nce. In my neck of the woods no one would get the chance to know that since it never came to a theatre and has not been released on DVD. (The tales of DVD release da tes and why that has not happened yet are a whole 'nother story.) A horribly, horribly mis-managed project that only lends credence to the claim t hat they are in the business of raising money not distributing movies. </blockqu ote>

From the IMDb <a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1082098/board/threads/">"Spri ng Break '83 (2014)"</a> board, the <a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1082098 /board/nest/119152903?ref_=tt_bd_1">"No...all the extras have not been paid ..." </a>: User miss-jackson-if-ur-nasty (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1082098/boar d/thread/126249074?d=126249074#126249074">link</a>): <blockquote>I notice that some of the Big Sky employees have been posting here u nder fake names trying to build back Big Lies reputation...But it wont work EVER YONE on the west coast knows what a bunch of thieves these guys are. By the way, ....The tariler for this film sucked big time.</blockquote> From the IMDb <a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1082098/board/threads/">"Spri ng Break '83 (2014)"</a> board, the <a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1082098 /board/thread/159706471">"please just pay your bills"</a> thread: <blockquote>you stel need to pay johnny martin $47,017.89 how can you sleep at n ight if i olde grips i would pay them so i would not have to keep looking over m y back. </blockquote> From the IMDb <a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1082098/board/threads/">Sprin g Break '83 (2014)</a> board, the <a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1082098/b oard/flat/117016669?p=1">"When will this be released?"</a> thread: User fishermansfriend (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1082098/board/nest/1 19152903?d=119152903#119152903">link</a>): <blockquote>I don't care if it sucks, it's got Aviva in a bikini so I want to se e it.</blockquote> User twin-11 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1082098/board/nest/119152903? d=119257235#119257235">link</a>): <blockquote>PLEASE can you give us an updated release date? maybe no more money, is why! but the Public is Clamoring! i mean fishermansfriend wants to see Aviva in a bikini, close enough ... </block quote> User lor_ (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1082098/board/nest/119152903?d=1 55841738#155841738">link</a>): <blockquote>2 Fake Items here: Ever-rolling release date, 2008, 2009, 2010 now, next?? $18,000,000 budget listed in IMDb. SURE, I believe that! Gotta peddle a lot of B lu-Rays to earn that kind of money, and remember 3 years (and counting) of inter est on that borrowed investment is pretty significant too.</blockquote> User storyteller1957 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1082098/board/nest/11 9152903?d=156960708#156960708">link</a>): <blockquote>There is no interest if you don't borrow money but get victims to "i nvest".

And apparently no interest extends to the interest in finishing a film when the main people get paid up front from investor funds. At least that is my opinion.</blockquote> User storyteller1957 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1082098/board/nest/11 9152903?d=182306967#182306967">link</a>): <blockquote>Haha, if they had filmed it live in '83 they probably wouldn't have been able to get it out by now. Gosh, I hope they are not out telling people they have this movie that is alread y filmed and almost done. And once they raise a little advertising money..... So really very little risk if you invest now. We'll release it and the money will be rolling in. And then we will start working on this new project we are doing w ith Tom Hanks (really they did claim that)and we will give preference to our cur rent partners for that one. Well except for when they say they want to broaden t he investor base so they aren't sure if you will be able to get in on the new on e, but if you really want to I will see what I can do..... There are some fund raising advantages to having it on the verge of release and full of potential rather than flopping around like a dying fish with investors p osting that their returns were 3 percent of what they invested.</blockquote> User swampgypsy (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1082098/board/nest/1191529 03?d=213842001#213842001">link</a>): <blockquote>I really really wish they would release it. My very best friend in t he woorld and I were extras in it. He passed away very shortly after and I would really like to see the footage we are in together...I miss him so :(</blockquot e> User storyteller1957 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1082098/board/nest/11 9152903?d=217273488#217273488">link</a>): <blockquote>I am very sorry for your loss SwampGypsy.</blockquote> User lightkeeper-1 (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1082098/board/nest/1191 52903?d=218373291#218373291">link</a>): <blockquote>Release the movie and let us help pay the bills off.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote40"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote40"><sup>40</sup></a> The contact inf ormation for Big Sky Motion Pictures can be found on <a href="http://bigskymotio npictures.com/website/contact.html">their contact page</a>: <blockquote>BIG SKY MOTION PICTURES Raleigh Studios Office 650 N. Bronson Ave. Suite B-128 Los Angeles, CA, 90004 Phone: (323) 871 4466 Fax: (323) 871 4467 BIG SKY MOTION PCITURES New Orleans Office 607 St. Charles Avenue Suite 300 New Orleans, LA. 70119 </blockquote> The contact information for Abundance Entertainment can be found on <a href="htt

p://www.abundanceentertainment.com/contact.html">their contact page</a>: <blockquote>Raleigh Studios Office 650 N. Bronson Ave. Suite B-128 Los Angeles, CA, 90004 Phone: (323) 871 - 4466 Fax: (323) 871 - 4467 Email: info@abundanceentertainment.com</blockquote> The contact information for Vintage American Films can be found on <a href="http ://www.vintageamericanfilms.com/contact.html">their contact page</a>: <blockquote>Raleigh Studios Office 5300 Melrose, Suite 39 Los Angeles, CA 90038 Phone: (323) 871 - 4466 Fax: (323) 871 - 4467</blockquote> The web developer for all three sites is Joshua Temkin, and he lists the three i n the Client/Projects sidebar of the <a href="http://www.joshuatemkin.com/about. html">"About"</a> page of his site. <a name="ftnote41"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote41"><sup>41</sup></a> From <a href="h ttp://blogs.westword.com/latestword/2011/02/poker_junkies_cease_and_desist_gene_ hackman.php">"<i>Poker Junkies</i>: Cease and desist order for movie producers/G ene Hackman name-droppers"</a> by Michael Roberts: <blockquote>Poker Junkies may eventually come to a theater near you -- but it co uld take longer than hoped thanks to action by the Division of Securities at Col orado's Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA). Officials there have issued a cease and desist order against producers for failing to register security offeri ngs with the state before cold-calling potential investors with, among other thi ngs, promises of a premiere-night dinner with Gene Hackman. The companies involved include Poker Junkies Productions and Abundance Entertain ment. According to DORA, reps of the firms were attempting to raise $15 million to make their dream project a reality, with one potential investor being told by a pitchman that by ponying up, he'd receive "red carpet treatment. You will get to go to the Hollywood premiere. You get to have dinner and sit next to Gene Ha ckman at the dinner banquet, passing him the salt. When the credits roll, BOOM, you're PF Enterprises executive producer. You are treated right." By the way, the online material touting Poker Junkies makes no mention of Gene H ackman being involved in the film, which makes sense given that he's <a href="ht tp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gene_Hackman">retired from acting</a>. The Wikipedia page linked above notes that Hackman made this announcement in 2008, four years after the arrival of what would become his final flick, Welcome to Mooseport -a movie capable of making any Oscar winner consider calling it a career.</blockq uote> <blockquote>Look below to read the DORA release, see the cease and desist order and eyeball the Abundance Entertainment description of the movie. DORA press release:</blockquote> <blockquote>The Staff of the Division of Securities (the "Staff") alleged that A bundance Entertainment cold called Colorado investors to invest in the productio n of a movie to be called Poker Junkies. According to the Staff, Abundance told investors that they were raising $15 million dollars from investors to fund the production of the movie. Investors were provided glossy advertising materials th at promised investors 110% of their initial investment out of the first 80% of p roceeds from the production of the film. One investor was told by a salesman tha

t if you buy "10 or 20 units" that you will get the "red carpet treatment. You w ill get to go to the Hollywood premiere. You get to have dinner and sit next to Gene Hackman at the dinner banquet, passing him the salt. When the credits roll, BOOM, you're PF Enterprises executive producer. You are treated right." The Staff alleged that the Respondents failed to register either security offeri ng and, by offering the investment opportunity to the public at large through th e use of cold calling prospective investors, Respondents were unable to take adv antage of any private offering exemption under the Act. "Cold calling investors for private offerings of securities is a violation of the law when those securit ies have not been registered," said Commissioner Joseph. "Investors should alway s be wary of stock offerings promoted through the use of cold calling. Contact o ur office to verify that securities have been properly registered before purchas ing any security after a cold call." </blockquote> Another example of cold calling to raise money for a film is the excellent piece of reporting, <a href="http://www.laweekly.com/content/printVersion/1496192/">" Glen Hartford's Hollywood Dream and How It Came to Ruin"</a> by Gene Maddaus, an account of film financing gone awry that resulted in jail time and two suicides . An excerpt: <blockquote>Academy Award winning screenwriter William Goldman once wrote about a producer who rattled off exaggerated grosses and casting choices, then put his h and over the phone and asked, "Which lie did I tell?" all without a trace of sha me. Glen Hartford was like that a hustler in the fine Hollywood tradition. He told a good story. He hooked investors with predictions of riches, or access to the el ite, or the chance to be a power player. But he took it too far. at the Palm, he raised ne was a row of phones. calling housewives and llywood fairy tale. The Instead of wooing them carefully, one by one, over lunch money on a mass scale. He set up boiler rooms. In each o Each phone was attached to a salesman, who spent all day small businessmen, trying to lure them to invest in a Ho operation, the FBI alleged, was "permeated by fraud."

A telemarketer offering a movie investment has no incentive to tell the truth, b ecause the truth is that maybe the movie will get made and maybe it won't. Eithe r way, the producers will get paid and the investors will lose everything. On one recording, Hartford tried to raise money from an undercover agent. "There 's no risk," he said. "All of our films are profitable." With lies like that, he raised $20 million. Such scams "have always been around, but definitely in the last couple years we saw an increase," FBI agent Steven Goldman tells L.A. Weekly. "We've started to get a lot more complaints from investors." So the feds have been cracking down, going after more than a dozen producers. So me are heading to prison. Hartford was not the only one to choose suicide. Hartford, however, was not merely a con artist, because the dream he was selling was his dream, too. He had a gift for making others share in his delusions. In Hollywood that's an essential skill, provided you're slick enough to avoid being caught. </blockquote> <a name="ftnote42"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote42"><sup>42</sup></a> From <a href="h ttp://cdn.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite?blobcol=urldata&amp;blobheadername1=ContentDisposition&amp;blobheadername2=Content-Type&amp;blobheadervalue1=inline%3B+file

name%3D%22Stipulation+and+Consent+Order+for+HTBAM+Productions%2C+LLC%2C+Vintage+ American+Films%2C+LLC%2C+and+Greg+Fellows.pdf%22&amp;blobheadervalue2=applicatio n%2Fpdf&amp;blobkey=id&amp;blobtable=MungoBlobs&amp;blobwhere=1251857014077&amp; ssbinary=true">"Case No. XY 13-CD-10 Stipulation for consent order concerning HT BAM Productions LLC, Vintage American Films LLC, and Greg Fellows"</a>: <blockquote>1. On May 31, 2013, the Staff filed its Verified Petition for Order to Show Cause("Verified Petition"). The Staff alleged that Respondents offered or sold unregistered securities in and from the State of Colorado. The Staff did not allege that the Respondents had engaged in fraudulent behavior.</blockquote > <a name="ftnote43"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote43"><sup>43</sup></a> Mars Callahan's credits can be found on his <a href="http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0552358/?ref_=t t_ov_dr">IMDb page</a>. From Callahan's <a href="http://www.linkedin.com/in/mars callahanpoker"><i>LinkedIn</i></a> page on <i>Poker Junkies</i>: <blockquote>Writer, director, and star of the hit film Poolhall Junkies, Mars Ca llahan is currently in preproduction for the movie's sequel, Poker Junkies. Insp ired by the sweeping popularity of Texas Hold em tournaments and the ever growing World Series of Poker, held in Las Vegas each year, Mars Callahan tells the stor y of an unknown card player who wants to take on the biggest names in the poker world. Struggling to raise the WSOP tournament buy-in fee of $10,000, Mars Calla han s characters are taken on a tour of high stakes games from the top clubs to th e back room.</blockquote> The only profile of Callahan that I found was <a href="http://www.hollywoodrepor ter.com/news/love-is-controlling-destiny-your-132629">"'Love' is controlling des tiny of your own films."</a> by Martin A. Grove. The desist and refrain is <a hr ef="http://www.dbo.ca.gov/ENF/pdf/2008/BigSky-dr.pdf">"Desist and Refrain order (For violations of section 25110 of the Corporations Code)"</a>: <blockquote>Pursuant to Section 25532 of the California Corporations Code, Big S ky Motion Pictures, L.L.C., Spring Break 83 Production, L.L.C., Spring Break 83 Di stribution, L.L.C., Spring Break 83, Rand Jay Chortkoff aka Gregory Martin, and M ars Callahan are hereby ordered to desist and refrain from the further offer or sale in the State of California of securities, including, but not limited to lim ited liability company interests in Spring Break 83 Production L.L.C, Spring Brea k 83 Distribution, L.L.C., or Big Sky Motion Pictures, L.L.C., unless and until q ualification has been made under said law or unless exempt.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote44"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote44"><sup>44</sup></a> Among those fea tured briefly in the movie, though not talking heads, there are a number of inte rest. For instance, a man named Walter Reddy briefly shows up as a speaker at an event: <blockquote>NARRATOR Also, never forget the instrument that literally authorized the U.S. constitutio n and freed all Americans from oppressive European rule was the declaration of i ndependence. This sister document states whenever any form of government becomes destructive of certain ends, such as the right to life, liberty, and the pursui t of happiness, it is <i>the duty</i> of the people to alter or abolish it. Alte r it means to vote out those who aren't following the constitution. If such poli ticians over time or unbeknownst to the people, reconfigure their government in such a way to usurp the rights of the people, then the only choice left is to ab olish the government. WALTER REDDY (Founder, commissioner of Public Safety) So, they were acting within the law when they stood on that green, General Gage was outside the law, he was an outlaw, that regular army. And that's why they di

dn't throw down their arms that day. They opened fire on them.</blockquote> Reddy gets mentioned in <a href="http://www.boston.com/yourtown/news/lexington/2 013/04/police_stop_pro-gun_rally_from.html">"Police stop pro-gun rally from reac hing Lexington Battle Green"</a> by Brock Parker, an account of a pro-gun rally held within days of the Boston bombings: <blockquote>Dozens of people attempted to attend a pro-gun rally in Lexington Fr iday morning despite an emergency moratorium the town placed on gatherings on th e Battle Green after the Boston Marathon bombings this week. Lexington Police Chief Mark Corr said several groups, ranging in size from eight to 10, to as many as 80 people, came to the town Friday morning beginning aroun d 9:30 for a Second Amendment rally that had at one time been permitted for the Battle Green.</blockquote> <blockquote>Several people who came for the rally were still lingering near the Battle Green shortly after noon Friday. Walter Reddy, 61, of Weston, Conn., wore a tri-corner hat and other Colonial-era attire to attend the rally in support of the Second Amendment right to bear arm s, he said. Reddy said he thinks the militias need to be revitalized and restore d in several states. Will Harvey, 40, of Andover, said he came to Lexington to rally support for the Constitution, argue that the country needs to get back to its original values, a nd to urge people to turn off their televisions and care for the people in their communities. Speaking together to a reporter, Reddy said there is no excuse for the attack in Boston Monday, but Harvey said that does not mean that the rally in Lexington s hould be canceled. When there is some sort of event, are we supposed to put our lives on hold? said.</blockquote> Harvey

Reddy also gets a mention in <a href="http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2009 /08/30/revenge-of-the-paultards.html">"Revenge of Ron Paul's Army"</a> by Dana G oldstein, on some of Ron Paul's who make their fanatical lunacy obvious: <blockquote> With the collapsing of the economy and this rush for more government medical care, the people are much more alarmed and concerned and outspoken than I ever dreamed of, Ron Paul said. This sounds like reasonable opposition. But the fact is many of Paul s most ardent supporters aren t listening carefully to their leader. In Portsmouth, New Hampshi re, on August 11, television networks captured William Kostric, a native Arizona n, standing outside a presidential town-hall meeting wearing a 9-mm handgun stra pped to his belt. He held a sign referencing the Thomas Jefferson quote, The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of tyrants and pa triots. Kostric s MySpace profile lists Paul as his hero and someone he d like to meet. he page also includes lyrics to a pro-Ron Paul rap song.</blockquote> <blockquote>Eight days later in Phoenix, about a dozen men showed up with guns a t another Obama town-hall meeting.</blockquote> <blockquote>One of the Phoenix protesters, Chris Broughton, a former Paul campai gn volunteer, carried an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle. This government is the most corrupt Mafioso on the face of the earth, Broughton later told the Arizona Republ ic. Broughton <a href="http://blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/bastard/2009/08/tempe_pa stor_steven_anderson_p.php">attends a church</a> led by Pastor Steven Anderson, who delivered a sermon the day before the event praying for Obama s death and call ing him a socialist devil.

What more typical conservatives might not realize is that armed protesters like Broughton and Kostric represent an ideology far more complex and radical than si mply opposing socialized medicine or increased government spending. Their worldvie w is pro-life, anti-tax, and hawkish on immigration, which they call an invasion but also passionately anti-war and anti-authoritarian. Indeed, Broughton and Kostric are both team members in an effort organized by the We the People Foundation to host a continental congress from November 9-22 at a lu sh <a href="http://www.pheasantrun.com/index.htm">spa and resort</a> in St. Char les, Illinois. Their movement is motivated by a deep-seated belief that the curr ent federal government is as illegitimate as 18th-century British rule over colo nial America, and ought to be subject to economic sanctions. According to We the P eople founder and chairman Bob Schulz, a birther, the purpose of the event is pet itioning Congress for redress of grievances regarding the Second Amendment, priv acy, property, money policy, and war powers. Delegates will be elected in each st ate on October 10. Schulz has ties to the legitimate Paul political apparatus. In December, he spok e at a libertarian Boston Tea Party alongside Rand Paul, the congressman s son and a <a href="http://washingtonindependent.com/55538/poll-ron-pauls-son-could-win-us-senate-seat-in-kentucky">competitive candidate</a> for a Kentucky Senate seat. The event was <a href="http://www.bostonteaparty08.com/about_us">organized</a> by Walter Reddy, the Connecticut precinct leader for Ron Paul s Campaign for Liber ty.</blockquote> Most interestingly, Reddy shows up in the Clinton library files documenting the militia movements at the time of his presidency. From <a href="http://www.clinto nlibrary.gov/_previous/KAGAN%20COUNSEL/Counsel%20-%20Box%20032%20-%20Folder%2000 9.pdf">"NLWJC - Kagan Counsel - Box 032 - Folder 009"</a>, which is "Beyond the Bombing: The Militia Menace Grows" by the Anti-Defamation League, <a href="http: //www.clintonlibrary.gov/_previous/KAGAN%20COUNSEL/Counsel%20-%20Box%20032%20-%2 0Folder%20009.pdf#page=31">specific page 31</a>: <blockquote>Militias have also organized in nearby Tioga, Steuben, Schuyler, Che nango, Cortland and Broome Counties. In Chenango County, militiaman Francis Catl in, who uses the code name "Moonshiner," has said that outrage over the Waco con flagration fueled the militia movement in upstate New York. "We figure this coun try is in real bad shape," he has commented, adding that "Jewish people" are res ponsible for the financial difficulties faced by grain farmers. Near New York City, militias were formed in November 1994 in Dutchess and Orange Counties. The Orange County Militia, which has more recently been known as the Committee of Correspondence, has distributed literature incorporating conspiracy theories from political extremist Lyndon LaRouche. Founder Walter Reddy, while reportedly distancing himself from the group, has also expressed the suspicion t hat the federal government was involved in the Oklahoma City bombing. Reddy stat ed, "It was CIA-orchestrated, from the information I have."</blockquote> <a name="ftnote45"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote45"><sup>45</sup></a> From the profil e of Wile at his firm, <a href="http://www.highalertcapitalpartners.com/our-team /anthony-wile/">High Alert Capital Partners</a>: <blockquote>Anthony Wile is an active investor, business strategist and consulta nt, financial markets commentator, publisher and author. Having lived and worked in several leading financial centers around the world, Wile has established an international network of asset managers, banks, family offices, financial analys ts, institutional investors and securities firms. Wile is Chairman and CEO of To ronto-based High Alert Capital Partners Inc., which provides direct financing an d strategic consulting services to early-stage, privately-held growth companies.

Anthony is a pioneer of the alternative media, having founded two major websites that have presented many of the top free-market thinkers working today. Many se rious commentators have adopted his insights regarding society's Dominant Social Themes and the Internet Reformation; his personal writing and editorials have b een reprinted at numerous sites and read by millions. His insights and perspecti ves have helped shape the conversation on the Internet when it comes to analysis of the world today and how its sociopolitical and economic trends are evolving. Wile's contributions continue to expand. Now chief editor of <i>The High Alert T rends &amp; Sector Report</i> as well as TheDailyBell.com, Wile has recently wri tten two new books, <i>Freedom Investing</i> (2013) that brings together his soc iopolitical insights with economic analysis and <i>The Best of Anthony Wile: Sel ect Editorials and Interviews</i> (2013), a compilation of material first publis hed at TheDailyBell.com from 2010 2013. In 2003, Wile published his first book, <i>The Liberation of Flockhead</i>, under the pseudonym Yang. The fourth edition of Wile's well-received book, <i>High Alert</i>, originally released in the sum mer of 2007, was published in early 2013 to a favorable reception. Congressman Ron Paul said, "<i>High Alert</i> should be read by everyone who wis hes to educate themselves about the dangers fiat money poses to American liberty and prosperity. I wish I could get every member of Congress to read this book." Wile has assisted with the completion of over a dozen additional free-market or iented books, working as a collaborative editor to several leading free-market t hinkers.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote46"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote46"><sup>46</sup></a> The Anthony Wil e credit from "Spoiler": <img src="http://i.imgur.com/I8t8ugh.jpg" title="Cultural Marxism Penny Stocks" /> The names of the associate producers of this movie are of interest as well. <img src="http://i.imgur.com/U29giey.jpg" title="Cultural Marxism Penny Stocks" /> Dan Happel is a Madison County Commissioner who is given mention in a local pape r for bringing up Agenda 21 at a council meeting, <a href="http://www.bitterroot star.com/2012/03/27/planning-board-hears-about-agenda-21/">"Planning Board hears about Agenda 21"</a> by Michael Howell: <blockquote>Madison County Commissioner Dan Happel said he was involved in the l iberty movement most of his life and was well informed about Agenda 21. A lot of people have never heard of Agenda 21, said Happel, but it drives 90 percen t of federal legislation. He said it is an agenda, a blueprint for the 21st Centu ry, that involves creating a one-world government, socialist in structure and co mmunist at heart, that will destroy our constitution and destroy the middle clas s, transferring America s wealth to the Third World. He traces the beginning of the agenda to a meeting of 35 to 40 international ban kers and world leaders called the Club of Rome which met in 1968. It was here th at the decision was made to use environmentalism as the tool to unite people world wide and subsequently bring them under one government. They decided to use environmentalism as a tool to promote political ideas and age ndas which otherwise would be so wildly unpopular that they would have no chance of being implemented, said Happel.

The agenda began to be implemented through ideas of Smart Growth, zoning regulat ions, wilderness bills, wildlands and endangered species initiatives. In this way private property can be increasingly controlled and ultimately elimin ated, said Happel. He said that government agencies, especially federal governmen t agencies, have been co-opted by the oligarchic elite that designed the agenda and are implementing it with the use of facilitators in the public process, a meth od he said was invented in Stalin s Russia to control the people with a semblance of participation. The agenda calls for the establishment of wilderness zones with corridors that w ould involve relocating most Montanans to some large city, like Seattle, where t hey would be housed like sardines in compact housing developments, deprived of a utomobiles, and basically held hostage to some job in the city. Meanwhile vast a reas of land would be reclaimed for wilderness to be used by the rich oligarchy. Happel claims the bulk of environmental legislation is a result of this agenda, including the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, Natural Grasslands Act and the Endangered Species Act. He said they are part of a plot to create wilderness co rridors from the Yucatan to the Yukon, and it all involves taking property and ta king the rights away from anybody left with any property. Happel said it came down to whether you believe in the United Nations Charter or the Declaration of Independence. Which side are you on? he asked. Happel then launched into politics, stating that RINOs (Republicans In Name Only ) and turncoats had taken over the Republican Party. At the national level we don t have a prayer, he said. t. I did it. </blockquote> At the local level we can do i

He is also described in a <a href="http://www.mhrn.org/publications/fact%20sheet s%20and%20adivsories/BozemanTeaParty.pdf">media briefing paper</a> by the Montan a Human Rights Network: <blockquote>Materials by the Bozeman Tea Party describe Commissioner Dan Happel as being "deeply concerned about Sound Money." He is scheduled to present on how "metal based currency" will help Tea Partiers make it through "tough times that they may soon face." The term "sound money" is generally used to indicate that a "patriot" believes in the conspiracy theory regarding currency which was descr ibed above. Happel has promoted the Oath Keepers and has been featured at the group es events. During his 2010 campaign, he distributed business cards for Oath Keepers at tab le displays. Happel was also listed as a featured speaker for the December 2010 event convened by the Montana Oath Keepers in Helena. This was the same event at tended by the Bozeman Tea Party es Henry Kriegel. Like Paul Stramer, Happel has been a vocal supporter of US Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX). On Ron Paul's "Campaign for Liberty" website, he posted a comment regarding an upcoming meeting in January 2009. He said he looked forward to meeting the other local members of the group. He mentioned how proud he was that Madison County h ad voted heavily for Ron Paul in 2008, and that he was from an area of the state that could be described as "Constitutional Republican conservative." Also like Stramer, he promotes "patriot" beliefs that gold and silver are the on ly legitimate currency. He has testified for bills promoting these ideas at the Montana Legislature. While testifying on a bill that would have required the Sta te of Montana to back transactions with gold and silver coin, he told legislator s that the proposal was the "most important bill" of the session. Identifying hi

mself as a Madison County Commissioner, Happel said he predicted 3.5 years ago t he current state of "financial Armageddon." Happel has also testified in support of legislation euphemistically supporting " states' rights" that declared the federal government was acting unconstitutional ly. These bills included language about secession and declared the income tax un constitutional. These bills also implied that Montana would not have to follow f ederal court decisions that it deemed unconstitutional. Happel has stated that h e believes America is "a constitutional republic and not a liberal democracy." Th is refers to the "patriot" belief that America es current democratic form of govern ment is illegitimate. Instead, "patriots" believe that the individual state is s upreme and exists outside the federal government's jurisdiction. Happel hopes to keep extreme right-wing values in the Montana Republican Party's platform. In a report on the 2010 platform convention, he commended participant s for putting together a "very conservative Republican platform" As proof, he re ferenced planks to repeal the 16th Amendment; to remove the US from the United N ations and kick the organization out of the country; and in support of "Birther" concerns regarding President Obama es citizenship. From "sound money" to "Birther" beliefs, Happel is another "Keeping the Flame Alive" speaker bringing "patriot" p erspectives to the event.</blockquote> Elias Alias is a member of the Oath Keepers, a group of active military members and veterans who believe they do not have to follow presidential orders if they consider them unconstitutional. Alias shows up in this piece, <a href="http://ww w.salon.com/2013/07/29/militia_forming_police_chief_lashes_out_at_critics/">"Mil itia-forming police chief lashes out at critics"</a> by Alex Seitz-Wald: <blockquote>Hemorrhaging allies and local goodwill, Gilberton, Pennsylvania poli ce chief Mark Kessler says he expects to lose his job over a profanity-laced You Tube video in which he discusses shooting libtards. I ll probably be out of a job by the time I get home, Kessler <a href="http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/07/24/ 19660346-police-chief-in-profane-gun-video-uproar-im-not-a-delusional-lunatic?li te">told</a> NBC News while on vacation in Texas. Since we <a href="http://www.s alon.com/2013/07/24/americas_scariest_police_chief_shoots_libtards_and_forms_mil itias/singleton/">first wrote about Kessler last week</a>, dubbing him America s sc ariest police chief, the lawman has received national attention for his antics, w hich include forming a right-wing paramilitary organization called the Constitut ion Security Force. Meanwhile, a group of pro-gun law enforcement and military officials with whom K essler has aligned himself say they want nothing to do with the chief. Chief Kess ler is not working with Oath Keepers, nor is Oath Keepers working with him, Elias Alias, who sits on the Oath Keeper s board of directors, said in an email to Salo n.</blockquote> The Oath Keeper movement is described in-depth in <a href="http://www.motherjone s.com/politics/2010/03/oath-keepers">"Oath Keepers and the Age of Treason"</a> b y Justine Sharrock. Diana Zoppa, the third name, is <a href="http://www.highalertcapitalpartners.com /our-team/diana-zoppa/">Director of Business Development for High Alert Capital Partners</a>, Anthony Wile's company. Here is Wile, credited along with Dan Happel, as an executive producer on "Corpo rate Fascism": <img src="http://i.imgur.com/8I7qlVt.jpg" title="Cultural Marxism Penny Stocks" />

<a name="ftnote47"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote47"><sup>47</sup></a> From <a href="h ttp://www.sec.gov/litigation/complaints/2007/comp20407-lines.pdf">"SECURITIES AN D EXCHANGE COMMISSION v. BRIAN N LINES; SCOTT G. LINES; LOM (HOLDINGS) LTD.; LIN ES OVERSEAS MANAGEMENT LTD.; LOM CAPITAL LTD.; LOM SECURITIES (BERMUDA) LTD.; LO M SECURITIES (CAYMAN) LTD.; LOM SECURITIES (BAHAMAS) LTD.; ANTHONY W. WILE; WAYN E E. WILE; ROBERT J. CHAPMAN; WILLIAM TODD PEEVER; PHILLIP JAMES CURTIS; AND RYA N G. LEEDS":</a> <blockquote><b>SUMMARY OF ALLEGATIONS</b> 1. This action concerns two separate, but similar, fraudulent schemes to ma nipulate the stock prices of two microcap companies, Sedona Software Solutions, Inc. ("Sedona") and SHEP Technologies, Inc. ("SHEP"). During the relevant period s, Sedona and SHEP shares were quoted and traded on the Over-the Counter Bulleti n Board ("OTCBB"). The schemes took place in 2002 and 2003, and involved the sub stantial participation of a Bermuda-based securities firm, defendant LOM (Holdi ngs) Ltd. ("LOM Holdings"), two of its managing principals, defendants Brian N. Lines and Scott G. Lines, and several of its subsidiaries: Lines Overseas Manage ment Ltd. ("LOM Ltd."), LOM Capital Ltd. ("LOM Capital"), LOM Securities (Bermud a) Ltd. ("LOM Bermuda"), LOM Securities (Bahamas) Ltd. ("LOM Bahamas"), and LOM Securities (Cayman) Ltd. ("LOM Cayman") (collectively referenced herein as "LOM" or the "LOM Entities"). 2. Both the Sedona and SHEP fraudulent schemes involved the undisclosed acq uisition of publicly-traded shell companies, the use of LOM-controlled nominees to conceal beneficial ownership and control over Sedona and SHEP, the use of pai d touters to promote Sedona and SHEP stock, and significant trading through the U.S. market in those stocks by defendants Brian Lines and Scott Lines, who are b rothers. In the Sedona scheme, the Lines brothers' trading yielded approximately $1.5 million in illegal proceeds. In the SHEP scheme, trading by the Lines brot hers and two of their customers, defendants W. Todd Peever and P. James Curtis, yielded approximately $4.3 million in illegal proceeds. 3. In the Sedona fraudulent scheme, defendant Anthony W. Wile ("Wile" or "T ony "Wile"), a Canadian stock promoter, issued deceptive press releases and othe r promotional materials in early 2003 to create the misleading impression that h is newly-formed private company, Renaissance Mining Corporation, Inc. ("Renaissa nce"), had acquired certain Central American gold mines and was a leading gold p roducer. At the same time, as part of the scheme, defendants Brian and Scott Lin es had secretly acquired over ninety-nine percent of Sedona's outstanding shares through offshore nominees in order to merge the publicly-traded Sedona shell wi th Renaisance. Defendants Brian and Scott Lines also agreed to raise $6 million for Renaissance through a private placement of Renaissance stock through LOM's i nvestment banking arm to enable Renaissance to acquire the mines that it publicl y claimed it already owned. 4. Defendant Wile then primed the market for Renaissance and Sedona shares by disseminating materially false and misleading information and orchestrating t outing by defendant Robert J. Chapman, a newsletter writer who also secretly own ed Renaissance shares. Between January 17 and January 21, 2003, at Wile's direct ion, Renaissance issued press releases announcing a merger of the two companies, when no such merger had taken place. During the same period, defendant Wile coo rdinated the issueance of reports by various newsletter wrtiers touting the merg er and telling the public that shares of Sedona would open $10 per share on Janu ary 21. The purpose of this materially false and misleading information was to c onvince potential investors that Renaissance had already acquired the Central Am erican mines, that the mines were fully operational, and that a lucrative invest ment in <i>Renaissance</i> could be made by purchasing <i>Sedona</i>'s shares on the OTCBB - even though Renaissance was not an operating mining company, owned no mines, and no merger with Sedona had taken place.

5. On the morning of January 21, defendants Brian Lines, Scott Lines, Tony Wile, and defendant Wayne E. Wile ("Wayne Wile," Tony Wile's uncle) orchestrated a manipulative stock transaction over the OTCBB in which defendants Brian and S cott Lines sold, and defendant Wayne Wile purchased, 5,000 Sedona shares at $8.2 5 per share. At the time these orders were placed, Sedona stock had last traded at $0.03 per share seven months earlier, in May 2002. 6. Between January 21 and January 27, 2003, defendants Brian and Scott Line s sold or caused the sale of 159,300 shares of Sedona on the open market at betw een approximately $9 and $10 per share, yielding $1.5 million in illegal proceed s. These sales were made without a registration statement in effect, and with no valid exemptions from registration. 7. Defendant Ryan Leeds was the broker on the LOM Ltd. account at the U.S. broker-dealer through which defendants Brian Lines, Scott Lines, and LOM sold Se dona stock unlawfully into the U.S. market. Despite the existence of several red flags, Leeds failed to conduct a reasonable inquiry to determine whether LOM an d the Lines brothers were engaged in an illegal distribution of Sedona stock. 8. The Sedona scheme collapsed on January 29, 2003 when the Commission susp ended trading in Sedona securities. </blockquote> The judgement against Wile, from <a href="http://www.sec.gov/litigation/litrelea ses/2010/lr21696.htm">"Litigation Release No. 21696 / October 15, 2010"</a>: <blockquote>(vi) Anthony Wile is permanently enjoined from violating the antifra ud and securities offering registration provisions, Section 10(b) of the Exchang e Act and Rule 10b-5 thereunder, and Sections 5 and 17(a) of the Securities Act; (2) ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $35,000; (3) barred from se rving as an officer or director of a public company for a period of five years; and (4) barred from participating in an offering of penny stock for a period of three years;</blockquote> That the Anthony Wile named in the complaint and judgement are the same Wile who runs <i>The Daily Bell</i> can be found in <a href="http://www.nakedcapitalism. com/2011/11/bill-black-best-satire-of-faux-austrian-economics-ever.html">"Bill B lack: Best Satire of Faux Austrian Economics Ever"</a>. I bold the key section: <blockquote>Someone has created a fabulous, richly detailed parody of Austrian e conomics. They call it The Daily Bell and claim that its perspective reflects Au strian economics. In reality, it satirizes faux Austrian economics sycophancy tow ard elite white-collar criminals. I was delighted to learn that they used my recent column: The Virgin Crisis: Sys tematically Ignoring Fraud as a Systemic Risk as the vehicle for their send-up. The send-up captures precisely faux Austrian economists verse data they ignore it. disdainful response to ad

The article hits its peak in capturing the servile apologies that Austrian econo mists offer in defense of the elite white-collar criminals who make a mockery of Austrian claims of free markets. The satirist emphasizes the Austrians hypocrisy ( they love police enforcing a rule of law and property rights against blue-collar fol ks), by calling the FBI the Stasi (the East German s secret police) when they enforc e the rule of law and property rights against elite white-collar criminals. The satirist then mocks the Austrians by picturing them as eager to prevent the impr isonment of elite white-collar felons. Faux Austrian economists heroes have alway s been elite felons. The author of the satire ridicules the Justice Department s (

DOJ) abject failure to investigate, much less prosecute, the elite felons of fin ance that drove our ongoing crisis. He skewers DOJ for going AWOL during this cr isis by employing over-the-top mockery. The author states that DOJ is so effecti ve in prosecuting the elite white-collar criminals that drove this crisis and sa nctions them so viciously that they have created an ever-expanding gulag of slave -laborers. One man s Club Fed is a faux Austrian s gulag. The reality, of course, is tha no Wall Street bankster inhabits this non-existent white-collar gulag. That gap between reality and the hysterical claims of tortured banksters is what makes t he passage hilarious. The author of the satire of Austrian economics uses the nom de plume of Anthony Wile, which is a fabulous insider joke. The real Anthony Wile was the infamous s ubject of an SEC action for securities fraud. What a brilliant conceit assuming the name of a man identified by the SEC as one of the perpetrators of a crude wh ite-collar fraud to advance the proposition that only fascists would prosecute e lite white-collar frauds. Here are the lowlights of what the SEC investigation o f the real Anthony Wile and his colleagues found: (what follows is a portion of the judgement quoted above) The faux Austrian satirical web site uses this pathetic episode as another oppor tunity for humor when it presents a faux bio of the not-as-wily-as-he-thought Wi le: <blockquote>He has put this knowledge to good use, working with top mining execu tives and venture entrepreneurs to generate some of the most successful business efforts of the 2000s.</blockquote> There is a similar gem prominently featured on the web site: the admonition that the key to a successful society is personal accountability. What a perfect accomp animent to an article demanding that the elites who grew wealthy through fraud n ot be prosecuted. The satirist has a great gift for irony. Prior variants of Wile s website contained this defense of Wile. http://thedailybell.com/2012/Anthony-Wile (accessed 11/13/2011) <blockquote><b>In 2000, Wile experienced a brief role as the CEO of a start-up j unior mining company that became the subject of a civil attack by the SEC. Wile and others fought for more than seven years at great personal and financial expe nse before eventually settling the case without admitting any wrongdoing. The as sets of the company in question were subsequently purchased by a New York Stock Exchange listed company and the properties have now produced more gold than was initially suggested. Hundreds of investors lost literally tens of millions in de served future profits because the SEC accused the company of over-promising a me rger that was actually taking place. Perhaps this experience adds to Wile s fervor to expose the power elite and their societal manipulations.</b></blockquote> [Perhaps? This is supposed to be Wile s web site. Why is Wile guessing at the sour ce of Wile s fervor? For that matter, why is Wile referring to himself as Wile rather than I? Why aren t Wile s actions (as found by the SEC staff s investigation) nasty socie tal manipulations? Why isn t Wile part of the power elite? Note that the SEC s characte ristic failure to actually litigate its cases or get admissions of the facts mea ns that Wile gets to pose as the victim of some kind of evil conspiracy. The Dep artment of Justice, equally characteristically, failed to prosecute despite SEC staff investigation findings that should have led to felony charges. Some gulag! ] </blockquote> Information similiar to this now deleted paragraph is still part of Wile's bio a

t <i>Zoom Info</i>, <a href="http://www.zoominfo.com/p/Anthony-Wile/315176104">" Anthony Wile High Alert Capital Partners"</a> (retrieved December 6th, 2013): <blockquote>Personal Notes Anthony Wile was born in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, Canada, in 1968. Wile graduat ed from Saint Mary's University (SMU) with a degree in business in 1991 and work ed in the Canadian investment industry with Scotia McLeod (Bank of Nova Scotia) and Nesbitt Burns (Bank of Montreal). In 1994 Anthony Wile was made a Fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute, which is a designation awarded to financial s ervices professionals who attain advanced education and experience in the Canadi an securities industry. Anthony has visited every state in the US and every province and territory in Ca nada. Additionally, he has lived in a number of countries on several continents over the past three decades and has visited or done business in more than 60 cou ntries. He currently resides in Toronto, Canada with his wife, Hillary, and thei r three children, Gabrielle, Jesse and Julian. In 2000, Wile experienced a brief role as the CEO of a start-up junior mining co mpany that became the subject of a civil attack by the SEC. Wile and others foug ht the charges for more than seven years at great personal and financial expense before eventually settling the case without admitting any wrongdoing. The assets of the company in question were subsequently purchased by a New York Stock Exchange listed company and the properties have now produced more gold tha n was initially suggested. Hundreds of investors lost tens of millions in future profits because the SEC accused the company of over-promising a merger that was in fact taking place. To read more about this case, click here.</blockquote> The personal details from Wile's <a href="http://www.thedailybell.com/definition s/params/id/2012/">profile</a> at <i>The Daily Bell</i>: <blockquote>Anthony was born in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, Canada, in 1968. Wile graduated from Saint Mary's University (SMU) with a degree in business in 1991 a nd worked in the Canadian investment industry with Scotia McLeod (Bank of Nova S cotia) and Nesbitt Burns (Bank of Montreal). In 1994 Anthony Wile was made a Fel low of the Canadian Securities Institute, which is a designation awarded to fina ncial services professionals who attain advanced education and experience in the Canadian securities industry. Anthony has visited every state in the US and every province and territory in Ca nada. Additionally, he has lived in a number of countries on several continents over the past three decades and has visited or done business in more than 60 cou ntries. He currently resides in Toronto, Canada with his wife, Hillary, and thei r three children, Gabrielle, Jesse and Julian.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote48"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote48"><sup>48</sup></a> From the <a hre f="http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1546392/000121390012005334/f10q0712_me diamech.htm">"FORM 10-Q for the quarterly period ended July 31, 2012"</a>: <blockquote><b>Media Mechanics, Inc.</b> (Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter) <b>Nevada</b> (State or other jurisdiction of incorporation or organization) <b>100 Western Battery Rd., Suite 160 Toronto, ON, Canada</b> (Address of principal executive offices)</blockquote>

<a name="ftnote49"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote49"><sup>49</sup></a> From the <a hre f="http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1546392/000121390012005334/f10q0712_me diamech.htm">"FORM 10-Q for the quarterly period ended July 31, 2012"</a>: <blockquote><b>Overview</b> We were incorporated in the State of Nevada as a for-profit Company on January 6 , 2011 and established a fiscal year end of January 31. We are a development-sta ge Company that offers search engine optimization ( SEO ) services for Internet webs ites. Our URL is theseomechanic.com. We offer consulting services in the area o f SEO as part of a comprehensive strategy designed to maximize a website s ranking in Internet search engines. As part of our SEO services, we offer customized packages tailored to the specif ic needs of individual clients, which include auditing a client s website and deve loping a plan to maximize the website s ranking in Internet search engines and som e combination of: changes to the way the website is structured; modification of the website s content; search engine registration strategies; development of addit ional content and increasing the number of back links to the website. We also p rovide content building services include: consulting on how to modify any existi ng content on a website, which may include modifications to the website architec ture, product descriptions, category pages (in the case of online retailers), si te policies, the method by which customer service e-mails are handled, shopping guides, landing pages, promotions and other supporting content on the website. Finally, we assist in the production of content regarding clients websites to be posted on other sites. The Company competes with other optimization services on the Internet today, but aims to develop software which will allow it to become more user-friendly and c omprehensive. We aim to provide our services on a web-based interface for a mont hly fee, which we believe will provide both the client and our company several a dvantages including a closer, ongoing relationship with the client, the immediat e availability of updates to our software and services to the clients, the abili ty to upsell clients on other services we plan to offer, as well as various othe r advantages of a more direct and continued relationship between the client and SEO service provider.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote50"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote50"><sup>50</sup></a> I take this inf ormation from the company's 10-Q filing, <a href="http://www.otcmarkets.com/edga r/GetFilingPdf?FilingID=9518082">"GAWK, INC. Form 10-Q Filed 09/20/13 for the Pe riod Ending 07/31/13"</a>: <blockquote>3. Common Stock a) On June 13, 2011, the Company issued 6,000,000 common shares at $0.01 per sha re for proceeds of $60,000. b) On December 15, 2011, the Company issued 1,500,000 shares of common stock at $0.01 per share for proceeds of $15,000. c) On January 19, 2013, the Company issued 2,500,000 shares of common stock at $ 0.02 per share for proceeds of $50,000. 4. Subsequent Event On August 22, 2013, the Company affected a forward split of 30 shares for each o ne share outstanding as of August 22, 2013, where each stockholder will receive 30 additional shares for each share owned as of the rec ord date. All share amounts in this report have been adjusted to reflect this fo rward split.

On August 13, 2013, Media Mechanics, Inc. (the Company ), Scott Kettle (the Purchase r ), Matthew Zipchen and Violetta Pioro (together with Matthew Zipchen, the Sellers ) closed on a stock purchase agreement, dated July 31, 2013 (the Stock Purchase Ag reement ), whereby the Purchaser purchased from the Sellers, 7,500,000 shares of c ommon stock, par value $0.001 per share, of the Company (the Shares ), representing approximately 75% of the issued and outstanding shares of the Company, for an a ggregate purchase price of $250,000 (the Purchase Price ) (the Stock Purchase ). Prior to the closing of the Stock Purchase Agreement, the Sellers were our majority s hareholders, Matthew Zipchen was our President, Chief Executive Officer, Secreta ry, Treasurer, Chief Financial Officer, and member of the board of directors of the Company (the Board ), and Violetta Pioro was our Vice President and member of t he Board. In ge ot s, connection with in the business limited to full live events via the Stock Purchase, the company has changed its focus to enga of online distribution of all digital content including but n length feature films, television series, sports, documentarie our proprietary content distribution network (CDN).

In connection with the Stock Purchase Agreement, on July 31, 2012, Matthew Zipch en submitted to the Company a resignation letter pursuant to which he resigned f rom her positions as President, Chief Executive Officer, Secretary, Treasurer, C hief Financial Officer, and member of the Board upon closing of the Stock Purcha se. Mr. Zipchen s resignation was not a result of any disagreements relating to th e Company s operations, policies or practices. On the same day, Violetta Pioro submitted to the Company a resignation letter pu rsuant to which she resigned from her position as Vice President and member of t he Board upon closing of the Stock Purchase. Ms. Pioro s resignation was not a res ult of any disagreements relating to the Company s operations, policies or practic es. </blockquote> The information on Pioro is taken from her Businessweek profile, <a href="http:/ /investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=18398727 3&amp;privcapId=183921115&amp;previousCapId=183921115&amp;previousTitle=Gawk%20I ncorporated">"Violetta Pioro: Executive Profile &amp; Biography"</a>: <blockquote>Ms. Violetta Pioro served as a Vice President of Media Mechanics, In c. until August 13, 2013. From May 2009 to November 2010, Ms. Pioro worked for t he YYOGA studios in Vancouver as a yoga instructor and at Shaw TV Channel 4 as a community television host. As a yoga instructor her responsibilities included g uiding members through invigorating and encouraging yoga practices, handling and resolving guest issues and complaints, providing fitness and nutritional counse lling, managing guests package purchases and keeping accurate records for studio 's budget purposes. At Shaw TV, Ms. Pioro's duties included writing web content, press releases and promotional scripts. She was also developing, writing and im plementing on-air community events stories and weather reports as well as interv iewing local experts and representing Shaw TV as a spokesperson. Finally, after moving to Toronto in 2010, Ms. Pioro started working for PUSHmodels Canada as th e National Booking Manager and Representative. Her duties include overseeing and organizing staff for Trade Shows/Corporate Events all over Canada, human resour ce hiring staff/Brand Ambassadors, interviewing, managing of banking functions a nd payrolls. Since January 2010 Ms. Pioro hosts a weekend show for Rogers TV in Durham Region and runs her private yoga instruction business called Flowing Vita lity. Ms. Pioro's duties at Rogers TV include story writing, editing, community reports, and in studio floor directing. As for Flowing Vitality she teaches clas ses, is in charge of scheduling, promotions, inventory and cash management. She served as a Director of Media Mechanics, Inc. until August 13, 2013. Ms. Pioro o btained a BA in Communications and Journalism in 2006. She studied at both Carle ton University and University of Ottawa. She later obtained a Broadcast Radio Di

ploma from British Columbia Institute of Technology in Vancouver by 2009. Same y ear she has also completed her RYT Yoga Instructor and Nutritional Consultant Ce rtification.</blockquote> The information on Matthew Zipchen, including his involvement with the TREC Rene wable Energy Co-operative can be found at his <a href="http://www.linkedin.com/i n/mattzipchen">LinkedIn profile</a>. <a name="ftnote51"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote51"><sup>51</sup></a> Scott Kettle's career can be found in his <a href="http://www.linkedin.com/in/scottkettle">Link edIn profile</a>. From <a href="http://www.leagle.com/decision/1996160546CalApp4th1559_11529">"THR IFTY-TEL, INC. v. BEZENEK"</a>: <blockquote>A friend of the Bezeneks' children knew a confidential Thrifty-Tel a ccess code. During a three-day period in November 1991, Ryan, Gerry and some fri ends, using the Bezeneks' home computer and modem, gained entry into Thrifty-Tel 's system with the code and conducted manual random searches for a six-digit aut horization code. They made approximately 90 calls, consuming roughly 24 minutes of telephone time during the first 2 days. On the following day, Ryan and Gerry continued the search alone, making 72 manual attempts to identify an authorizati on code over an almost 16-minute period. Through its internal security system, Thrifty-Tel learned of the computer hackin g almost immediately. And by late November, the carrier identified the Bezeneks' home as the source. Although Thrifty-Tel had the Bezeneks' address and telephon e numbers, it failed to contact them concerning the matter. After a three-month hiatus, the Bezenek children resumed manual searches for an authorization code. After several days and apparently some frustration with the slow pace, Ryan acquired computer software to expedite the quest. On February 18 , 1992, he used the program to access Thrifty-Tel's system and conducted rapid-f ire random number searches. He ran the program between six and seven hours, gene rating over one thousand three-hundred calls. Because Thrifty-Tel is a small car rier with relatively few telephone lines, Ryan's automated calling overburdened the system, denying some subscribers access to phones lines. Still, Thrifty-Tel did not contact or complain to the Bezeneks. Instead, it file d this action on April 1, 1992, seeking damages for conversion, fraud, and reaso nable value of services. The April Fools' Day lawsuit provided the Bezeneks' fir st notice of their sons' computer hijinks. In a trial to the court, defendants u nsuccessfully sought judgment on the conversion and fraud causes of action, argu ing those remedies were not available on these facts. (Code Civ. Proc., 631.8.) Thrifty-Tel offered no explanation for its failure to complain to the Bezeneks a fter the November 1991 hacking episode. It presented no evidence of any actual l osses, either. Rather, plaintiff simply relied on the "unauthorized usage" tarif f in its PUC-approved rate schedule to establish damages. That tariff, in effect , liquidates Thrifty-Tel's damages for computer hacking by imposing a $2,880 per day surcharge, a $3,000 "set up fee," and a $200 per hour labor fee. It also pr ovides for attorney fees and costs incurred to collect the tariff.3 Based upon t his tariff, the trial court awarded plaintiff $33,720 in damages and nearly $14, 000 in attorney fees and costs.</blockquote> The larger legal importance of <i>Thrifty-Tel, Inc. V. Bezenek</i> could be foun d in <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Sex-Com-Chronicles-White-Hat-Lawyers-Interne t/dp/1439201013/"><i>The Sex.com Chronicles: How a White Hat Lawyer Traveled to the Dark Side of the Internet</i></a> by Charles Carreon. The relevant excerpt i s at google books, <a href="http://books.google.ca/books?id=ElCfIvDeDAIC&amp;lpg

=PA22&amp;ots=JMmgQzVxb4&amp;pg=PA21#v=onepage&amp;q&amp;f=false">page 21</a>: <blockquote>I hit the books hard for days on end, digging through case law for r ulings that would help us out. I found a few. In addition to <i>Yuba River</i> e stablishing a property interest in being the first to register a water right, th ere was <i>Kalitta Flying Services</i>, that determined engineering drawings wer e property subject to conversion. And there was <i>Thrify-Tel v. Bezenek</i>, a case the judges grappled with the interface of technology and law in a case that could only come out of California. Thrify-Tel was a phone company that sued two kids who had tried to gain free lon g-distance access by staging a brute force attack - firing huge numbers of rando m passwords - at Thrifty-Tel's computer. The clumsy hack slowed the long distanc e system down considerably, which Thrifty-Tel alleged as damages in a suit for t respass. On appeal, a verdict for Thrifty-Tell [sic] on conversion was upheld, a nd the court explained that the cyverattack was a "trespass to chattels," for wh ich damages could be awarded. The kids had trespassed because each random number was a physical thing, an electron packet, trespassing on Thrifty-Tel's computer . Since the computer was an item of personal property, not a parcel of real esta te, what had happened was actually a "trespass to chattels." The last time I hea rd about chattels was in the <i>Taming of the Shrew</i> by Shakespeare, when the husband tells his unruly wife that she is but a chattel. A more concrete exampl e of trespass to chattels would be someone borrowing and returning a delivery-ma n's bicycle. But here was the California appellate court, exhuming this ancient cause of action out of dusty books that no one had opened in a long time. The court had gone back to the future to find a cybertort to fit the need of the day. Further research showed that trespass to chattels had turned out to be a h andy cybertort. Intel deployed it successfully to prevent a disgruntled former e mployee from spamming Intel workers with negative information about the company. Judge Whyte in the San Jose courthouse had ruled in Intel's favor in that case. </blockquote> <a name="ftnote52"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote52"><sup>52</sup></a> The suspension of Ewan 1 is described in <a href="http://www.sec.gov/litigation/suspensions/201 3/34-69412.pdf">"Release No. 69412 / April 19, 2013"</a>: <blockquote>SEC SUSPENDS TRADING IN SECURITIES OF EWAN 1, INC. n/k/a ACCESSKEY I P, INC. The Securities and Exchange Commission ( Commission ) announced the temporary suspen sion, pursuant to Section 12(k) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the Excha nge Act ), of trading in the securities of Ewan 1, Inc. n/k/a AccessKey IP, Inc. ( A ccessKey ), of Santa Ana, CA commencing at 9:30 a.m. EST on April 19, 2013, and te rminating at 11:59 p.m. EDT on May 2, 2013. The Commission temporarily suspended trading in the securities of AccessKey beca use of questions that have been raised about the accuracy and adequacy of public ly available information about AccessKey because it has not filed a periodic rep ort since filing its Exchange Act registration on August 21, 2002.</blockquote> Its delisting is described in <a href="http://www.sec.gov/litigation/admin/2013/ 34-69567.pdf">"Release No. 69567/May 14, 2013 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDING File No. 3-15291 In the Matter of EWAN 1, INC., n/k/a ACCESSKEY IP, INC."</a>: <blockquote>This Order revokes the registration of the registered securities of Ewan 1, Inc., n/k/a AccessKey IP, Inc. (Respondent). The revocation is based on Respondent s repeated failure to file required periodic reports with the Securitie s and Exchange Commission (Commission).</blockquote>

<a name="ftnote53"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote53"><sup>53</sup></a> I take this inf ormation from the company's 10-Q filing, <a href="http://www.otcmarkets.com/edga r/GetFilingPdf?FilingID=9518082">"GAWK, INC. Form 10-Q Filed 09/20/13 for the Pe riod Ending 07/31/13"</a>: <blockquote>In ocus to engage luding but not documentaries, ). connection with in the business limited to full live events via the Stock Purchase, the Company has changed its f of online distribution of all digital content inc length feature films, television series, sports, our proprietary content distribution network (CDN

To reflect the change in business strategy of the company, on August 22, 2013, t he Board of Directors unanimously approved a change in the Company s name from Med ia Mechanics, Inc. to Gawk Incorporated. Also on August 22, 2013, the Company affected a 30-for-1 forward split of our Co mmon Stock, where each stockholder will receive 30 additional shares for each share owned as of the record date. All share amounts in this report have been adjusted to reflect this forward split.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote54"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote54"><sup>54</sup></a> This is all tak en from the asset purchase agreement, <a href="http://www.faqs.org/sec-filings/1 31120/Gawk-Inc_8-K/">"Gawk Inc. - FORM 8-K - EX-10.1 - ASSET PURCHASE AGREEMENT, DATED NOVEMBER 14, 2013, BETWEEN GAWK INCORPORATED AND POKER JUNKIES - November 20, 2013"</a>: <blockquote><b>ASSET PURCHASE AGREEMENT</b> THIS ASSET PURCHASE AGREEMENT ( Agreement ), dated as of November 14, 2013 (the Effec tive Date ), is made by and between GAWK INCORPORATED, a corporation organized und er the laws of Nevada (the Purchaser ), and POKER JUNKIES PRODUCTION, LLC, a Louisi ana Limited Liability Company (the Seller , and together with Purchaser, each a col lectively, the Parties , and each a Party ) <b>RECITALS:</b> A. The Seller desires to transfer to the Purchaser, and the Purchaser desires to ac quire from Seller, the properties, rights and assets owned by Seller, directly o r indirectly, in whole or in part, of every type and description, real, personal or mixed, tangible and intangible, wherever located and whether or not reflecte d on the books of Seller (the Acquired Assets ), including, without limitation, all rights, title and interest in and to the motion picture currently entitled Poker Junkies (by whatever title such motion picture may now or may hereafter become k nown, the Film ), based on the screenplay written by Mars Callahan entitled [Poker J unkies] (the Screenplay ), together with all other literary material and other intel lectual property relating to the foregoing, all rights to exploit, distribute, a nd derive revenue from the foregoing and any materials or media relating to the foregoing as further described on Schedule I (the Essential Elements ), in exchange for the Purchaser s issuance to the Seller of 20 Series C Preferred Shares repres enting $20,000,000 worth of the Company s Common Stock upon conversion in accordan ce with the Company s Amended and Restated Articles of Incorporation and its Certi ficate of Designation of Rights, Privileges, Preferences and Restrictions of Ser ies C Convertible Preferred Stock (the Issued Shares ) (as defined in Section 1.1), and a Warrant to purchase 8,000,000 of the Company s Series B Preferred Shares (t he Warrant Shares ) in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement a nd with the attached Warrant of the same date; B.

Each of members s , and reement

the Persons identified on Schedule II, constituting the entirety of the of, and owners of 100% of the interests in, the Seller (the Seller Member each a Seller Member ), have acknowledged their receipt and review of this Ag and its Exhibits.</blockquote>

The appointment of Hermansen is from the <a href="http://www.faqs.org/sec-filing s/131120/Gawk-Inc_8-K/">"Gawk Inc. - FORM 8-K - November 20, 2013"</a>: <blockquote><b>Item 5.02 Departure of Directors or Certain Directors; Election of Directors; Appointment of Certain Officers</b> <i>Election of Director and Secretary</i> On November 19, 2013, the Board of Gawk Incorporated (the Company ), appointed Mr. John Hermansen as a member of the Board of Directors, Chief Content Officer, and the Company s Secretary. John Hermansen, age 43, has produced over 250 episodes of television and five fe ature length motion pictures. He began working in production and as an assistant director on such notable studio films as Con Air, The Crucible, Almost Heroes, Waiting for Guffman, Home for the Holidays, as well as working with directors Ti m Burton, Jodi Foster, Peter Yates, Barry Levinson, Christopher Guest, and James Cameron, leading to him becoming one of the youngest members to be accepted int o the Director's Guild of America. In 1999, Mr. Hermansen went on to Executive Produce, among others, MTV's #1 hit show Taildaters (over 130 episodes), MTV's Burned, GSN's Vegas Weddings Unveiled , The Style Networks' Ultimatum, and VH1's Love Songs. He then went on to produce such notable feature films such as Poolhall Junkies, starring Christopher Walken, Chazz Palminteri and Rod Steiger, Kickin' It Old Sk ool, starring Jamie Kennedy, Gray Matters starring Heather Graham, Bridget Moyna han, Tom Cavanaugh, and Sissy Spacek and What Love Is starring Cuba Gooding, Jr. , Matthew Lillard, Gina Gershon, Anne Heche and Sean Astin. In 2008, Mr. Hermans en produced the feature film Revenge of the Zeroes starring John Goodman and Jam ie Kennedy. Mr. Hermansen currently resides in Los Angeles, Ca. with his wife and two childr en. Because Mr. Hermansen was the Managing Member of Poker Junkies Production, LLC a t the time of the Asset Purchase Agreement, and because he presently remains in that position, the Company s Asset Purchase Agreement with Poker Junkies Productio n, LLC on November 14, 2013 is regarded as related party transaction. Mr. Hermansen is not a director of any other publicly registered company.</block quote> <a name="ftnote55"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote55"><sup>55</sup></a> The executive l isting can be found in the <a href="http://finance.yahoo.com/q/pr?s=GAWK">GAWK p rofile at Yahoo! Finance</a>. Hermansen is named on the cease and desist order, <a href="http://cdn.colorado.g ov/cs/Satellite?blobcol=urldata&amp;blobheadername1=Content-Disposition&amp;blob headername2=Content-Type&amp;blobheadervalue1=inline%3B+filename%3D%222%2F15%2F2 011+Cease+and+Desist+Consent.pdf%22&amp;blobheadervalue2=application%2Fpdf&amp;b lobkey=id&amp;blobtable=MungoBlobs&amp;blobwhere=1251818369869&amp;ssbinary=true ">"Case No. XY 11-CD-008"</a>, along with Poker Junkies, LLC, and Abundance Ente rtainment, LLC.

<a name="ftnote56"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote56"><sup>56</sup></a> This informatio n is all taken from a <a href="http://www.9wsearch.com/companies/gawk">9W Search of GAWK</a>. I give the full results from the entry. I make the additional poin t that these results were obtained on December 4th, 2013: <blockquote>Company Name: GAWK INC. Symbol: GAWK Exchange: OTCBB Address: 100 WESTERN BATTERY ROADSUITE 160 City: TORONTO State: Zip: M6K3S2 Country: CANADA Phone: 732-509-1212 Website Address: State of Incorporation: Nevada Tax ID: 331220317 SIC: 7370 CIK: 1546392 Industry: Sector: Total Shares Outstanding: 300,000,000 Total Shares Outstanding Date: 2013-09-19 Last Annual EPS: $0 Last Annual Net Income: $-28,454 Last Annual Revenue: $22,684 Last Annual Total Assets: $109,268 Number of Employees: 0 Fiscal Year: 01-31 Market Capitalization: $2,250,000,000</blockquote> The share price of GAWK on December 4th was taken from the Edgar/Yahoo! page, <a href="http://yahoo.brand.edgar-online.com/DisplayFiling.aspx?dcn=0001213900-13004571">"EDGAR ONLINE - GAWK INC. - 8-K - 8/19/2013"</a>, which carries a graph of the share performance and the share price of the last trade. I am not the only one to be a little puzzled by the Media Mechanics/Gawk Inc. en tity. On June 20, 2012, the SEC would send Matthew Zipchen a letter containing s everal questions they had about the registration statement filed for Media Mecha nics. One that stood out for me was their concern that Media Mechanics was a she ll corporation. From <a href="http://pdf.secdatabase.com/343/0000000000-12-03233 1.pdf">"Re: Media Mechanics, Inc. Amendment No. 1 to Registration Statement on F orm S-1 SEC Accession No. 0000000000-12-032331"</a>: <blockquote>We note your response to prior comment 11, in which you advise that you do not believe you are a shell company as defined in Securities Act Rule 405

. Please provide us with a detailed analysis in support of this belief. In parti cular, please explain to us how you apparently concluded that you have greater t han \nominal operations. within the meaning of paragraph (1) of the Rule 405 defi nition. Your response should address your financial results as reported in your statement of operations for fiscal 2012 and the fact that your two part-time emp loyees have other full-time jobs and as such, are able to dedicate only a portio n of their time to your company.</blockquote> <a name="ftnote57"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote57"><sup>57</sup></a> The details on Paul aide the "Southern Avenger" Jack Hunter can be found in <a href="http://fre ebeacon.com/rebel-yell/">"Rebel Yell"</a> by Alana Goodman and <a href="http://w ww.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/11/rand-paul_n_3577196.html">"Rand Paul Stands By His 'Southern Avenger'"</a> by Howard Fineman. The move to Breitbart was reporte d in many places, among them, <a href="http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/pos t-plagiarism-restructuring-rand-paul-s-opinion-column-moves-to-breitbart">"PostPlagiarism Restructuring, Rand Paul's Opinion Column Moves To Breitbart"</a> by Catherine Thompson. <a name="ftnote58"></a><a href="#bkfrftnote58"><sup>58</sup></a> The relevant in formation from <a href="http://www.faqs.org/sec-filings/140103/Gawk-Inc_8-K/">Ga wk Incoporated 8-K form for January 3rd, 2014</a>: <blockquote><b>Item 5.02 Departure of Directors or Certain Directors; Election of Directors; Appointment of Certain Officers</b> <i><b>Departure of Officer and Director; Election of New Officer and Director</b ></i> On December 31, 2013, the Board of Gawk Incorporated (the Company ), accepted the r esignation of Scott Kettle as the Company s Chief Executive Officer ( CEO ), President , and Director, and appointed Mr. Kettle to serve the Company as Chief Informati on Officer ( CIO ). On the same date the Board appointed Mr. Mars Callahan as the C ompany s new CEO, President and Director. On the same date, the Board appointed M r. Ryan Wyler as the Company s Chief Technology Officer. John Hermansen, the Comp any s Chief Content Officer, continues to serve in that capacity, and he remains a member of the Board. The foregoing description of the terms of the Action By Written Consent of the B oard of Directors of Gawk Incorporated dated December 31, 2013 ( Board Consent ) is qualified in its entirety by reference to the provisions of the Board Consent fi led as Exhibit 10.3 to this report, which is incorporated by reference herein.</ blockquote> The profile of Ryan Wyler, again from the 8-K: <blockquote><b>Ryan Wyler Chief Technology Officer (CTO)</b>

Ryan Wyler, age 38, was born in Long Beach, California. Exposed early to the wo rld of entertainment & business his parents were directors for the Miss USA Page ant, several touring youth performing groups, and owners of video stores across the Western United States. In 1987 (at age 12) Ryan was already programming in C and a Sys-Op (system opera tor) of several BBS (Bulletin Board Systems) in the Phoenix Metropolitan area. By age 17, Ryan had developed and integrated several network focused on business solutions for regional establishments. In 1997, Ryan joined Arizona based Good Net, the leading Internet & backbone provider that was later acquired by WinSta r Communications. With the Y2K digital pandemic, Ryan lead several solutions an d deployments to insure the readiness to Motorola s SATCOM division which was crea ted and maintains the global wireless Iridium satellite cluster.

In 2001, Ryan created several automated deployment strategies for American Expre ss. Ryan s strategies enabled a 3000% growth to the core web enabled service infr astructure at American Express by supporting the booming demand for Internet ena bled services. In 2004, American Express outsourced their technologies departme nt to IBM Global Services. Impressed with Ryan s work at Amex, IBM then commissi oned Wyler to further develop technologies called VSA (Virtual Systems Admin) to m anage and automate the key infrastructure of many of its customers including Nis san, Honeywell, Johnson & Johnson, American Express, and many more. Advancements and recognition within IBM allowed for Ryan s mobility and access wit hin senior leadership at the company. This recognition led to a very special pr oject involving IBM s CEO, Sam Palmisano and Apple s CEO Steve Jobs. The project imp roved and brought Apple systems into the IBM infrastructure. As a result of his work within the two companies, Ryan earned a direct iTunes Distribution agreeme nt, making him one of the very first independent distributors on the iTunes plat form. The distribution agreement, led to Ryan launching his own company, which he called, BridgeTone. Established in 2004, BridgeTone immediately became a des tination for independent artists to thrive. In addition to utilizing its direct iTunes distribution agreement the company became a production company for music videos, festivals and worldwide tours. Several of the artists have reached gol d record status on the iTunes platform and on labels all over the world. In add ition to the iTunes success with music artists Ryan has led several viral campai gns that have resulted in over 500 million views on YouTube. Returning to American Express in 2011 as a lead technical architect, Wyler creat ed the development and deployment of the massive Big Data cluster, comprised of over 2,000 nodes consisting of over 32 Petabytes of raw storage, migration of th e data warehouse from Sybase IQ to Teradata Systems, and deployment of High Avai lability storage appliances, saving American Express tens of millions of dollars per year. With the continued progression of technology, Ryan s experiences over the last 20 years have been the ultimate training ground for him to become the Chief Technol ogy Officer of Gawk. Art, commerce, technology, and his ability to create soph isticated, elegant and scalable solutions for the on-line distribution of conten t is why Ryan Wyler s career thus-far, has been the perfect precursor to his assig nment at Gawk.</blockquote> <font size="3"><b>CULTURAL MARXISM TRANSCRIPT</b></font> NARRATOR Upon what criterion could citizens agree that it was necessary to go to war? Sur ely a nation full of citizens with no common values would be confused. They may be totally free, but their confusion will make them short-lived, if not barbaric , and maybe civilizations prior to the United States <i>were</i> barbaric. That' s why the American experiment is so important. That's why the rudiments that mad e America happen must be preserved. Thus, applying and defending the values impl ied in the Constitution are, in essence, a matter of survival. For if these fact ors are dropped out, you get a cruel, chaotic, revengeful society. Such a societ y will eventually occupy its time with pleasure seeking hedonism, material acqui sition, and violence oriented pastimes. Hey, welcome to today's United States. N o surprise the baby boomers are in charge now. <font size="3"><b>POLITICAL CORRECTNESS also known as CULTURAL MARXISM</b></font > PAT BUCHANAN The United States has undergone a cultural, moral, and religious revolution. And a militant secularism has arisen in this country, it has always had a hold on t

he intellectual and academic elites. But in the 1960s, it captured the young in the universities and the colleges, and we had this great battle, cultural war be gin then, nationally. And since then, if you will, secularism has really achieve d dominance in the academic community and the intellectual community, and the en tertainment community, and Hollywood. Among a part of the political community, b ut not the nation as a whole. However, it is much stronger than it was, and this is the basis for the great cultural war we're undergoing, right now. And this m ilitant, it is an anti-christian, anti-god, anti-traditionalist revolution, the sexual revolution has a lot to do with it, and how people live. And so, we are t wo countries now. We are two countries morally, and socially, and culturally, an d theologically. And culture wars do not lend themselves to peaceful co-existenc e. One side prevails, or the other side prevails, and the truth is, while the co nservatives in my judgement, we won the cold war with political and economic com munism, we've lost the cultural war with cultural marxism, which I think has pre vailed pretty much in the United States or is now the dominant culture whereas t hose of us who are traditionalists are, if you will, the counterculture. NARRATOR What exactly <i>is</i> cultural marxism, the dominant culture of today? How did the founders of communism figure out a way to take over our country, not with gu ns and weapons, but with values and ideas? Let's take a closer look at this, and see exactly how it happened. There was a man named Karl Marx. Marx got an idea. His idea was, that the workers of the world should unite and rise up to counter an evil foe. That foe being capitalism. Capitalism, the idea that people and pr ivate companies should be able to own the means of production and be free to ear n and have as much as they wished, was anathema to Marx. Marx felt the state sho uld own the means of production, as well as products produced. And then the stat e should distribute a fair share of all such products to each and every worker. Thus, in his book, <i>The Communist Manifesto</i>, Karl Marx thundered, "Workers of the world, unite!" Sure that he had a principle to unify all workers in ever y country, Marx looked forward to eventually taking over the world. TED BAEHR Karl Marx believed that you would have a rebellion by the workers, against the c apitalist system, which would then create a Marxist/Communist society, where you would have dictatorship of the proletariat. NARRATOR Unfortunately, when World War I broke out, the workers of the world <i>did not</ i> unite. In fact, the workers united with their respective countries and fought each other. PAT BUCHANAN What happened is that the Marxists had an enormous disillusionment when the Fren ch and the Germans and the British workers all rose up for the fatherland and we nt to war happily fighting one another. NARRATOR Marx's idea was a total failure. Workers were more loyal to their respective cou ntries, churches, and cultural values than they were to their counterparts in ot her countries. BAEHR They did not want to give up their houses, their cars, their stoves, their produ cts. They did not want to have a classless society. They did not vote and they d id not even have an overthrow. NARRATOR Some years after Marx failed, several of his disciples got a new idea, on how to take over the world. One of his disciples, Antonio Gramsci, while - where else,

but in prison - wrote up a series of plans now known as <i>The Prison Notebooks </i>. In this plan, Gramsci announced the workers of the world will unite only a fter the long march is over. The long march? BUCHANAN In other words, they had to get into the culture, and change the way of people's thinking. And if people were thinking about patriotism and nation and god and c ountry, that was a mechanism that was too resistant to Marxism, it could never t ake hold. You had to erode and destroy that. In the individuals. That began what 's called the long march through the institutions. Through the seminaries, throu gh the churches. Through the media, through Hollywood. And all the rest of it, t o create an anti-Christian culture which would destroy the Christian beliefs and convictions and the vast majority of the people, so they would embrace the idea s of Marxism and they would embrace the ideas that they had rejected, and be ope n to a takeover, basically, by marxists. Not political marxists, but cultural ma rxists. NARRATOR Rather than workers uniting, and marching into battle, thus seizing power throug h force, they would make a long march through the institutions. Institutions lik e the arts, cinema, theater, literature, schools, college, seminaries, newspaper s, magazines, and what is now known as radio, TV, and the mass media. Once this march is over, all the barriers to the acceptance of marxism will have been quie tly and systematically removed. BAEHR To get to that point, they said we have to destroy the culture, and what they we re talking about was the Christian culture. What we used to call Christendom, or western civilization. G. EDWARD GRIFFIN If you can break people away from religious affinities, for example, where they would turn to their religious community, for support and help, or they would tur n to scripture for answers to certain perplexing questions. If they have an affi nity to their religion, they might say "we're not going to go along with governm ent because it's contrary to my religion." So, cultural marxism would attack rel igion of all kinds. Doesn't make any difference. There was another place where p eople would go, other than the government, for support and for answers. NARRATOR We the people will thus have been indoctrinated. Or <i>brainwashed</i> into seei ng the wisdom of Marxism and the folly of capitalism. Thus, the door to socialis m and communism will be opened. And the door to a constitutional republic, close d. Because the success of cultural marxism means the demise of the U.S. constitu tion. EDWIN VIEIRA Constitution's a set of principles. It's based ultimately on a moral code, becau se if you go back to the Declaration of Independence, what was the basis for the declaration of independence? Law of nature and nature's god, the ultimate moral code. But if you don't follow those principles, if you try to shave a point off here and there, to make a buck, or be re-elected, or to get your special intere st group some kind of government subsidy, then the consequences are going to be deleterious to society as a whole. And there's the difficulty, there are too man y people who are thinking in the short term and not applying these principles, w hich are designed to give us a long term stability to the system. <font size="3"><b>THE FRANKFURT SCHOOL</b></font> NARRATOR

Let's back up a minute. How did cultural marxism get into the United States? Som e brief history. In 1923, members of the Marxist Communist party set up an insti tute at Frankfurt University in Germany. This institute was named The Institute for Social Research. Later, it would become known simply as The Frankfurt School . These new Marxists under the direction of Marx Horkheimer had seen the old Len in Marxists fail. The workers of the world did not unite in World War I. Further , they realized why. Antonio Gramsci, the disciple who wrote <i>The Prison Noteb ooks</i> had it right. Marxism could only flourish after a long march through th e cultural institutions. Now, the mantra would be change Western culture, and th en the workers will unite. GRIFFIN After Marx, there were a group of Marxists who wisely decided that you could bri ng this collectivist society to a nation through culture as well. By introducing certain values and concepts that would break down the family, for example. If y ou could somehow break down the family unit, so that it was no longer self-susta ining, and no longer valued in a society, then that would lead the individual me mbers who formerly could turn to the family in times of need, would now be cut l oose. They would be without a place to go in times of need, so now they had to t urn to the government. NARRATOR But just as the march through the institutions was about to begin, an anti-marxi st, anti-semitic Adolf Hitler ascended to power, and World War II began. Since t he leading lights of the Frankfurt Schools were marxist, the School packed up it s ideology and fled to America, settling down in New York City with the support of Columbia University. But what exactly is the march? And who, was marching? Wh at values has the long march through the institutions rolled over? Let's hear it through some of the Frankfurt School graduates themselves. Like George Lukas, A ntonio Gramsci, Charles Reich, Herbert Marcuse, Theodor Adorno, Erich Fromm, Wil helm Reich, and Max Horkheimer. HORKHEIMER (unbelievably bad accent #1) Marx got it all wrong. The workers are not up to being the vanguard of the commu nist revolution. Let's translate marxism into cultural terms. NARRATOR And Herbert Marcuse. MARCUSE (unbelievably bad accent #2) The west is guilty of genocidal crimes against every civilization and culture it has encountered. America and western civilization are the world's greatest repo sitories of racism, sexism, nativism, xenophobia, anti-semitism, fascism, and na zism. American society is oppressive, evil, and undeserving of loyalty. INTERVIEWER Have you ever heard of cultural marxism, if so, what is it? INTERVIEWEE #1 I'm not familiar completely with...marxism. INTERVIEWEE #2 I have not heard of cultural marxism. INTERVIEWEE #3 Cultural marxism, um, no I don't think I even- that kind of talk is gibberish to me. INTERVIEWEE #4 It's used in some terms I think as sortof the thing that is...almost politically

correct from a marxist standpoint. In other words, from a socialist or communis t standpoint. NARRATOR George Lukas. LUKAS (unbelievably bad accent #3) I see the revolutionary destruction of society as the one and only solution. A w orldwide overturning of values cannot take place without the annihilation of the old values, the creation of the new ones, by the revolution. NARRATOR Lukas's gift to America later became known as cultural terrorism. Gifts, such as radical sex education in public schools covering such subjects as free love, ou tdatedness of monogamy, irrelevance of religion, and the archaic nature of the m iddle class family. Women were called upon to rebel against the sexual morays of the day. Such being the core values of christianity and western culture. His id eas later became the basis for the sexual revolution. Embraced by a generation o f drug-challenged baby boomers. BUCHANAN When you hear people say, as I did on the campaign, "Pat, what happened to the c ountry we grew up in?", physically it's the same country. But they're right, we' re in another country now. And this is why I think the cultural marxists have pr evailed and are prevailing. They have captured the young. What was the saying of Abbie Hoffman? We're gonna capture your children. In a lot of ways they did. NARRATOR Although Gramsci died in 1937, his prison notebooks lived on as the blueprint to de-christianize the west. GRAMSCI (unbelievably bad accent #4) The civilized world has been thoroughly saturated with christianity for two thou sand years. Any country grounded in judeo-christian values cannot, therefore, be overthrown until those roots are <i>cut</i>. But to cut the roots, to change cu lture, a long march through the institutions is necessary. Only then will power fall into our laps, like ripened fruit. NARRATOR And the new generation of freedom loving, authority challenged baby boomers were quite willing to accept the bait, and take a toke. TIMOTHY LEARY Turn on, tune in, drop out. NARRATOR Yes, our prison planner Antonio Gramsci had quite a dream. The only way the marx ist revolution could be successful was if the heat shield of capitalism, christi anity, were first destroyed. Charles Reich. REICH (unbelievably bad accent #5) There is a revolution coming. It will not be like revolutions of the past. It wi ll originate with the individual culture, and it will change the political struc ture only as its final act. NARRATOR Reich, thus helped shape the minds of the american sixties youth with his runawa y best-selling book, <i>The Greening of America</i>. Gramsci and Marx were now r eaching their target audience, and the long march was in progress.

BAEHR In the 1960s, the church pulled back from the culture. You had the first sex and satanism film, you had the first X-Rated film, where the pastor takes the boy u p through his room in Broadway, to get on his knees, but not to pray. You had al l the perversion, you went from 100% broad audience films that anyone can see, t o 82% R rated movies, restricted. You had a tremendous loss of viewership at the movie theaters, even though television had been around twenty years, you had 24 million weekly attendance to 7 million weekly attendance. So, basically what ha ppened, the church gave up mid-sixties. It gave up on prayer in schools, it gave up being a force in society, Johnson shackled the church when he said, when he used the 501c3 to say churches couldn't talk about politics, and the church just buckled under. Prayer was taken out of school, the church just buckled under. T he church collapsed from Hollywood, buckled under. So, it was the church's inter nal collapse, and that has happened before in history, and unless people get rev ival, reformation, renewal, we will never reclaim the culture. GRIFFIN So, cultural marxism would be that type of activity in any society breaks down t he culture in such a way that people instinctively turn to government as an alte rnative for the support that they would otherwise have. This is done through art , through music, through literature, through motion pictures, and that kind of t hing. The implanting of certain ideas and concepts which make them very ripe, fo r the philosophy of collectivism. And makes them very ripe for turning to govern ment as the big daddy, the big solver, of all problems. NARRATOR As Hudson Institute scholar John Fonte wrote, "Max Horkheimer and Gramsci believ e there are no absolute moral standards that are universally true for all human beings outside a particular historical context." In other words, to the Frankfur t School, <i>values</i> come from society. Or the state collective. CHARLES MANSON Insane? It's relative. GRIFFIN Collectivism implies that something is important enough, then the state should s tep in, and make sure that everyone conforms, whether they want to or not. The e ssence of collectivism in a political sense is that it employs the use of coerci on to require people to work together. And once coercion enters, then you are ac tually participating in a negative social conduct, in many cases worse, then the social condition that you're trying to overcome by the collective action. Peopl e are not given free will. They're required to do this and that because the majo rity has decided this is for the greater good of the greater number and so forth . Whereas individualism works towards the same goals, but they do so in the envi ronment of freedom. So, it's the difference between freedom and coercion. NARRATOR Not to be outdone by Karl Marx, a brilliant mind or two at the Frankfurt School soon came up with several of their own ideas. The foremost known as critical the ory. The idea behind critical theory is to challenge all previously accepted sta ndards in every aspect of life from a Marxist perspective. Standards such as Abe Lincoln was honest. Home is where the heart is. Democracy and capitalism are go od. The founders believed in freedom. In doing this, every negative thing one co uld possibly say about America was dredged up. Circulated in books, movies, TV, schools, colleges, and even the clergy. So that the youth would be endlessly ind octrinated. Things like white men killed the indians. Fathers were repressive. G od is dead. The founders had slaves. VIEIRA They did have a problem, in that although slavery was technically legal througho

ut all the colonies, only some of the colonies really had slave based economies. Southern states, Maryland, south, essentially. And therefore, they had to deal with the practical problem of how could you integrate these states with the Nort hern and middle colonies? Middle states, and northern states in a way that would , as much as possible, unify them. So they had to make some kind of initial poli tical compromise with the social institutions that existed in the southern state s. But there was a mindset at the time that slavery would essentially wither awa y because it was not a practical economic concern in the long run. But it certai nly wasn't a matter that could be criticized of the point of view of principle. You know the first principle in the preamble is to create a more perfect union. That was their first goal. NARRATOR But when the consciousness challenged baby boomers repeatedly heard that the est ablishment, as they came to refer to it, was a bunch of racist, overly religious , sexually deprived sexists who were xenophobic indian killers and anti-semite [ sic], they internalized the criticisms. Soon their movies and songs began to ref lect these "values", spreading them throughout the nation's youth culture. Criti cal theory was doing its job. Especially on people like Charles Manson. And John Lennon. Even though the reality challenged baby boomers of the 1960s were the m ost free, the most affluent and most privileged of any youth in any age, they we re bored with their lives. And swallowed the Frankfurt School's propaganda like a hit of...California sunshine. Books like: <i>The Death of the Family</i>; <i>E scape from Freedom</i>; <i>The Mass Psychology of Fascism</i>; <i>Sexual Revolut ion</i>; <i>The Joy of Sex</i>; and <i>The Authoritarian Personality</i> flew of f the shelves. Counterculture drug movies like <i>The Trip</i>, <i>Easy Rider</i >, <i>The Wild Angels</i>, <i>The Wild Bunch</i>, and <i>Born Losers</i> played in theaters endlessly. Books like <i>The Authoritarian Personality</i> were part icular hits because they attacked the patriarchal family unit. A deeply christia n institution. So along came movies depicting the family unit as sexually repres sed and dysfunctional. Movies like <i>Battle of the Sexes</i>, <i>How to Handle Your Wife</i> [<i>How to Murder Your Wife</i>], <i>Harold and Maude</i>, <i>The Graduate</i>, <i>Bonnie and Clyde</i>, <i>Carnal Knowledge</i>, <i>Bob &amp; Car ol &amp; Ted &amp; Alice</i>, <i>Boys in the Band</i>, <i>The Godfather</i>, and <i>Kramer vs Kramer</i> instilled cultural pessimism about families. BAEHR Basic unit of the family is where male, as a sex, joins with a female, as a sex, and they're able to work together to help each other, and by being able to work together to help each other they perfect each other, they love each other, they care for each other, and in the process they learn to love and perfect others w ithin the society, to become good citizens because they're good citizens within their own home, and that produces a society that loves each other. It's a...marr iage is a <i>particularly</i> judeo-christian institution. It was Jesus who inst ituted one man and one wife there should forever become one flesh. NARRATOR By targeting the family unit, the cultural marxists knew they could eventually d estroy the middle class of the United States. Why? Because the family unit is th e basic building block of the middle class. Destroy the middle class and you eve ntually destroy the economic engine of the United States. Destroy the economic e ngine of the U.S. and its political structure built on capitalism and the consti tution crumbles. INTERVIEWEE I just recently had some shares stolen from me on the stock market. By our gover nment. Who seized eighty percent of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac shares. Like, how could this happen? That they <i>seized</i> private property. BAEHR

The whole point of socialistic society is to do four things. Marx talks about de stroying the family. Two, destroying property. Three, destroying religion. Four, destroying the nation. And what you end up with is the gulag. Where the whole c ountry becomes the Soviet Union. NARRATOR Yes, critical theory is diabolical genius. The cultural marxist could accomplish what Marx, Lenin, Trotsky, and Stalin only dreamed of accomplishing. Whereas Le nin, Trotsky, and Stalin took Marx's ideas and delivered the brutal Soviet Union to the world, Gramsci, Lukas, and Marcuse took Marx's ideas and delivered user friendly cultural Marxism to America. BUCHANAN The Supreme Court has been converted into a fighting ally of secularism in the w ars against traditionalism in the United States. The Supreme Court has perverted the constitution. It has usurped power that belongs to the states and imposed s ecular views and values on the states, on the communities, making decisions that used to be made democratically at the local level. NARRATOR This time it seems Marx won. Today, post-Engle politically correct baby boomers are so completely immersed in the Frankfurt School's cultural pessimism, they ca n't see the forest for the trees. They're fish in a bowl of muddy water. They're Neo in the Matrix. They swim in it. They absorb it through every pore of their beings. Starting in the 1960s, cultural marxism has woven its values into every american's very existence. Khrushchev was right when he said, "we will bury you. " <font size="3"><b>SOCIALISM</b></font> NARRATOR To understand what socialism is, one must first understand what communism is. Co mmunism is an economic system whereby the state owns the means of production. Me ans of production meaning capitalism. Capital meaning money, machinery, labor, l and, and resources. Socialism is an economic system whereby the state owns the f ruits of production. Fruits of production meaning revenues generated by the mean s. "Revenues generated by the means" is another way of saying taxes. RON PAUL Extreme of socialism was the Soviet system, communism. So there was no pricing s tructure and it's a failed system, it can't work. Because prices are so importan t. NARRATOR So, communism owns and confiscates the means and fruits of productions. Whereas socialism confiscates just the fruits of production in the form of excessive tax es. Socialist states in Europe, for instance, confiscate as much as fifty percen t of money citizens pay for retail products and services. This is the outrageous sales tax a socialist state demands. PAUL We interfere a lot, but we allow prices to adjust for the most part, but when it comes to interest rates, federal reserve is always deciding the central plan th rough the control of money, and interest rates, how much money we should have in circulation, should we shrink the money supply, expand the money supply, that's a form of socialism but it's only half of socialism, controlling only half of t he transaction, and that's money. But it's very dangerous and leads to an author itarian approach because it eventually breaks down and I think that is what we a re witnessing today.

NARRATOR Thus, the socialist state rapes the people, mainly through excessive taxes. A fa scist state rapes the people mainly through excessive debt. Both ultimately rape the people through taxes, because debt causes inflation, a hidden tax. Debt cau ses inflation because the federal reserve system facilitates the conversion of g overnment bonds, government IOUs, into federal reserve notes. What we use as a c urrency. BAEHR Well, the federal reserve, in its very nature is contrary to a free market. The federal reserve is not only regulating, but it's manipulating the marketplace, a gainst the will of the people who are conducting the marketplace. NARRATOR When this is done, the money supply is inflated. When the money supply is inflat ed, it becomes watered down, or diluted. Just like stock when a corporation auth orizes and issues more stock, existing shareholders are diluted. When money is d iluted, it has less purchasing power. When it has less purchasing power, prices rises. Because it takes more federal reserve notes to purchase a given product. When prices rise, it has the effect of a tax. Inflation is therefore a hidden ta x. VIEIRA If the government can create new money then it doesn't have to tax for it. Espec ially if it can put off the ultimate payment of this into the future through the use of long term bonds, backing for the fiat currency, then we have a governmen t that is essentially out of control to some degree. It can make decisions that are not immediately going to subject the people to pressure. NARRATOR Unfortunately, the constitutional republic envisioned by the founders is being u ndermined by cultural marxism, and destroying the republic envisioned by the fou nders. <font size="3"><b>GENERAL WELFARE</b></font> NARRATOR As we have seen, the constitution gives congress the power and the responsibilit y to provide for the general welfare of the nation. So important is the idea of general welfare, this is the only term that is stated twice in the constitution. Once in the preamble, and again in Article I. Unfortunately, a lot of people in terpret this term to be a green light for massive social security. The so-called nanny state which pays for everything. And then demands the right to regulate e verything. PAUL Well, the constitution was written to limit the size and scope of government. It was to recognize that government was there to protect our liberties. It does no t endorse the welfare system at all. If we would just follow the constitution, t he government would be very much smaller, maybe eighty percent smaller. NARRATOR This may be the cultural marxists' dream of a socialist state, but as a result w e now have minimum wage laws, child labor laws, federal disability laws, medicai d laws, public housing laws, rent laws, entitlement laws, food stamp laws, and e ven extensive pet laws. Over twenty five thousand laws are enacted every year. M any by congressmen who have been bought and paid for by multinational corporatio ns, all non-people entities. INTERVIEWEE

What comes to mind is big corporations that put their view of the world out ther e for everyone, take over small businesses, take over choices people might have, different kinds of products, where everything becomes much more generic, just b ased on cost as opposed to quality and workmanship. NARRATOR Because term limits have not been established for the congress, most congressmen have been able to stay in office for decades. BUCHANAN Again, this is the supreme court. States were enacting and imposing term limits on their members of congress in something like half the american states, and the supreme court overthrew it. And took the right away from the states to impose t erm limits on their own members of congress. And what did congress do? They said , that's fine with us. Because we'll stay in power. NARRATOR It seems the more a congressman is entrenched, the more he is able to build a so cial network, a network of cronies. Clearly, good relations with fellow congress men serve many productive purposes. But such a network can also be abused. After all, it's much easier to minimize the risks of vote swapping, a form of collusi on, amongst cronies. It's much easier to justify corporate campaign contribution s, a form of bribery, amongst cronies. And it's much easier to get away with ear marks, a form of fraud, amongst cronies. Thus, an entrenched congress, especiall y one cast into only two major parties would seem to be in the perfect position to imperceptibly usurp power from the people. And place it into the hands of the corporate fascists who've hijacked congress. GRIFFIN The right place to look for the solution to the problem of corrupt politicians i s at the voter: their perception of who they're voting for, and what the politic al principles of their candidates are. NARRATOR You can bet collusion, bribery, and fraud are not practices the founders envisio ned for a more perfect union. So, unless I have this view that I need to participate in this system as a selfgoverning citizen to maintain the integrity of the system, the system will event ually be dominated from the top down by the people who can actually make somethi ng from "gaming it" is the expression. So, this is the founding fathers point, i t depends upon having a virtuous citizenry that is willing to shoulder the burde ns of maintaining a self-governmental structure. NARRATOR Again, general welfare includes everyone. Especially the vast majority of averag e citizens who fall within the middle of the social spectrum. In statistical ter ms, the average or mean, is represented at the top, or crest of what's known as a bell shaped curve. It's the middle of the bell shaped curve. So, it's fair to say that the original intent of the constitution is to define a government that serves the general population. The middle of the bell shaped curve. Now known as the middle class. INTERVIEWER Do you sense a dwindling middle class, or a wealth disparity? INTERVIEWEE Well, I think things are changing right now. I think the last eight years have b een increasing in wealth disparity, but I think some of the excesses of those da ys may be over.

NARRATOR The terms "spreading the wealth", "redistribution", and "wealth disparity" are m eaningless in an America that truly responds [sic] to the original intent of the constitution. GRIFFIN The proper function of government is not to provide, but to protect. Because if you're gonna provide for some, you must have the authority and power to take fro m others. And once you're in that business of taking from some and giving to oth ers, now you're in the business of redividing the wealth. And that gives you tre mendous power over the citizenry. And it always leads to abuse of power and even tually to totalitarian regimes. NARRATOR Many have commented that we now have a monstrous tax system. The system that tax es its citizens far more than citizens of the Boston tea party era. LARKEN ROSE If two to three percent taxation justified a resolution, in 1776, why doesn't fi fty percent and growing justify a revolution? If a few little excise taxes on pi eces of paper and tea justify open lawlessness from these rebels that we're all celebrating, why don't the myriad of incomprehensible, unavoidable, crushing tax es - state, local, and federal - why don't they justify a revolution today? NARRATOR Our government not only taxes us at every transaction, it's in our faces at ever y turn. Endlessly regulating what we can and cannot do. All these regulating law s and their expensive enforcement programs are turning us into a police state. PAUL We're the policeman of the world, so instead of a government now that occupies s o many other countries and we have seven hundred bases overseas, that wouldn't h appen if we had a proper sized government. NARRATOR Over fifty percent of U.S. citizens now work the government at either the federa l, state, or local level. <font size="3"><b>ANDROGYNY</b></font> NARRATOR The nefarious genius of cultural marxist strategy is to destroy the family unit by promoting what's known in the field of botany as androgyny. From the american college dictionary, androgyny means quote having staminate and pistilate flower s in the same inflorescence; being both male and female; hermaphroditic. Transla ted into cultural marxist strategy, this means making the father and mother of a family the same and/or reversing their roles. How is this done? Well, it starts with invalidation. As previously discussed, one of the key technologies of the Frankfurt School is critical theory. Recall the purpose of critical theory is to instill cultural pessimism. Thus, by endlessly portraying fathers as dominant, restrictive, depersonalized, and controlling, the cultural marxist is able to in validate the male component of the family unit. Concomitant with this, by endles sly portraying mothers as schizophrenic, nagging, anxious, the cultural marxist is able to invalidate the female component of the family unit. This two-punch in validation endlessly repeated in the general literature, movies, and media, give s rise to a pessimistic attitude towards the traditional family. After time, thi s pessimism becomes imbued into the culture. That's why it's said that the produ ct of critical theory is cultural pessimism. The message of cultural pessimism: 1. Families are boring, stifling, and intrusive. 2. Mothers and fathers <i>suck<

/i>. 3. Divorce is therefore understandable and justified. With divorce made und erstandable and justified, even laughingly made easy by calling it "no fault", o ne out of two nuclear families now disintegrate into chaos. BAEHR Most contracts, the court system tries to sustain the contract. If you and I are doing business together, and they're trying to protect that contract because th e contract was entered into in good faith for good principles. However, although the marriage might have been entered into in good faith by breaking that they c an put a lot of people to work, not only the marital courts can go to work, also the social workers can go to work, also a whole team of people including the IR S who prey off of them. And one court in Massachusetts said we're gonna bring th is father to his knees and take all his money from him. So, there's a whole move ment in the courts to make money off the dissolution of marriage. NARRATOR After the mother and the father are finally done arguing or negotiating over cus tody of the children and possession of the assets, two new family homes are usua lly established. He lives here and she lives there. Each new household economy n ow has to have a redundant otherwise superfluous set of rent or mortgage payment s, energy and utility demands, and household furnishings and accoutrements. Exte nsive and complex scheduling of child visitation then must be established. If th e divorce was acrimonious and/or the children were traumatized by it, and most a re, both parents vie for the children's attention and visitation. As they do thi s, knowingly or unknowingly, they spoil the children with unending material gift s. Junk food. Sugar. Unearned validation and parental supervision so lenient it borders on gross negligence. BAEHR Divorce is dreadful for children. Now you have some families, the poorest and th e weakest, mostly black families, are now over fifty and even sixty percent divo rce, which is critical for children. NARRATOR But worst of all, children are usually shipped off to daycare centers and/or pub lic schools where they are then "handled" like animals in captivity. GRIFFIN Now we're talking about a school system that's teaching values determined not by the parents, not even by the teachers, but by the political, uh, <i>groups</i> that provide the funding, the politicians, the bureaucrats, the think tanks, all these invisible structures above. Those are the people who are determining the values that are being taught in our schools. NARRATOR The profligate cultural marxist society that causes and tolerates this then impo ses pharmaceutical drugs on these children. BAEHR Certainly the arts have always had a tendency to promote license instead of libe rty. The difference, license means I can do anything even if it's destructive of other people, and myself, I can take drugs till I OD and hurt other people, and hurt their children and families. License is something that is selfishness rule s. With liberty, what rules is the freedom to be responsible, the freedom to liv e a decent life, the freedom to love others, the freedom to give, it's like the difference between love and lust. And unfortunately, often the principle of love is replaced in the media with the principle of lust. And the lust principle pro duces media that's constantly pushing the envelope. NARRATOR

Almost every movie that Hollywood puts out today must depict characters with at least one of the following attributes: 1. The protagonist and/or the antagonist are divorced. 2. The female is portrayed as dominant, controlling, violent, and/or one up on m en. 3. The male is portrayed as aloof, feminine, overly sensitive and/or cheating. 4. Somewhere in the family at least one of its immediate members must be a lesbi an, gay, bisexual or a women's libber. Often attributes are mixed in various proportions and even mixed with a touch of schizophrenia, as males and females swap roles in fluorescence. BAEHR Same sex marriage does not give you the balance of having a mother and father so that you can learn different skills from them, you learn different personality types. By abolishing that, children are adrift. NARRATOR Through endless repetition and media dissemination, androgynous elements are ins titutionalized as legitimate. And eventually, <i>normal</i>. Cultural pessimism has been taken to a whole new level. Complete tolerance for dysfunctional social structures and inefficient economic units. Proof that christian values do not w ork. GRIFFIN Schools should be completely operated by parents. They should be in control and therefore the parents can determine what values are taught to the students. If t he school doesn't teach the values that that parent wants taught to their childr en, then they can take that child out of that school and put them in another sch ool which does teach those values. BUCHANAN The supreme court has been converted into a fighting ally of secularism in the w ars against traditionalism in the United States. NARRATOR With the success of cultural marxism, hundreds of millions of nuclear families h ave been destroyed since 1965. This has contributed to, or caused, the decline o f the middle class. Next will be the destruction of American capitalism, unless the effects of cultural marxism are recognized and handled. HORKHEIMER (return to unbelievably bad accent #1) The revolution is coming. It will not be like revolutions of the past. It will o riginate with the individual and culture. And it will change the political struc ture only as its final act. <font size="3"><b>PANEM AND CIRCENSES</b></font> NARRATOR Before the Romans crashed and burned, they had gone down the same road. Only the y called their social security bread and circuses. Bread and circuses will event ually crash the U.S. empire as well, if we interpret the term "general welfare" in the constitution as an invitation for social security. VIEIRA General is the problem.

GRIFFIN What did the founding fathers intend when they wrote those words? BAEHR General welfare has been debated since the constitution itself. Many of the foun ders were concerned general welfare would be taken in the wrong sense, would be used to apply for, as we apply it today, as Hamilton wanted us to do it, to give the government license to do whatever it wanted, and just grab power. NARRATOR The founders knew that Rome, and every society since the beginning of time, had poor, sick, and unfortunates. And many of these societies tried to help. For ins tance, in 1597, England had the Elizabethan poor laws enacted, to provide what w ere known as the seven corporeal works of mercy. These works were to feed the hu ngry, give drink to the thirsty, welcome the stranger, clothe the naked, attend the sick, visit the prisoner, and bury the dead. But is this how you <i>really</ i> promote the general welfare, the founders asked? STEFAN MOLYNEUX You're talking to someone about a free society. And they say to you, as they alw ays do, "what about the poor?" "Oh, the poor, what are we going to do with the p oor when there's no welfare state." The poor dying in the streets and that. A pe rfectly valid objection and we all, generally, have this tendency, what do we do ? We run out and we <i>research</i>, and we go, and we become the human wikipedi a talking point planet of infinite facts and we try and give everybody statistic s and we give everybody historical examples, well, there were these friendly soc ieties in the 1920s, the fact that I find useful is the number of poor people af ter the second world war was declining one percent a year, because of the free m arket, when the welfare state came in, it stopped declining and stayed steady, w hich is exactly what you'd expect. If you subsidize something, you increase its prevalence, and you subsidize poverty, you get more. NARRATOR Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach him how to fish, and you fe ed him for life. The founders were teachers. Their original intent was to set up a system that created fishermen. GRIFFIN The constitution means what the founders intended it to mean. Otherwise it means nothing. If you want to have the constitution mean what modern politicians thin k it should mean, then you don't need a constitution. In fact, you're better off without one. And just say: what do the modern politicians want us to do today? NARRATOR What would happen if you created a society that could actually rise above proble ms? A society where the government gently facilitated a free and prosperous citi zenry? A citizenry so successful there were no hungry. There were no sick or poo r. There were no criminals. BUCHANAN You could take the Department of Education, the Department of Housing, and any n umber of these national departments and defund them to zero, and send out the fu nds to the states in block grants which would eventually go down to zero, and ge t rid of most of the federal government. The federal government still has respon sibility of national defense, the justice department is needed, the state depart ment is needed, the treasury department are needed, but many of those other depa rtments should be defunded rather than have the politics of the federal governme nt imposed on the nation. NARRATOR

The founders wanted to set people free from the system, or <i>the matrix</i>. Th at's what liberty is all about. They wanted general welfare to be the result of a self-governing productive society. They wanted <i>general welfare</i>. Not <i> welfare in general</i>. <font size="3"><b>OUT OF THIN AIR</b></font> NARRATOR Today, the U.S. currency is backed by nothing but debt in the form of U.S. bonds . This is known as monetizing debt. The act of converting debt into money. Debt causes inflation because the federal reserve system facilitates the conversion o f government bonds, government IOUs, into federal reserve notes. What we use as a currency. When this is done, the money supply is inflated. When the money supp ly is inflated, it becomes watered down. Or diluted. Just like stock when a corp oration authorizes issues of more stock, existing shareholders are diluted. When money is diluted, it has less purchasing power. When it has less purchasing pow er, prices rise. Because it takes more federal reserve notes to purchase a given product. When prices rise, it has the effect of a tax. Inflation is therefore a hidden tax. PAUL If you can delay the payment and hide the payment, that is, borrow money or prin t money, those who pay the price are hard to find, are usually the poor people a nd the middle class. So, it's a very specific plan to have a central bank to des troy money, it's been done for thousands of years, they used to dilute the metal s, clip the coins, or even in the old days they tried printing money. Today we d o it with a computer. NARRATOR Thus, cultural marxism uses debt which generates the hidden tax of inflation and endless taxes to fund its socialist operations and expansion. VIEIRA As far as fractional reserve banking is concerned, that's a problem of fraud. Th at is, fractional reserve banking is where the bank generates more paper currenc y than it has the gold and silver reserves of, a specie standard. And it can rea lly generate as much paper currency as the market is willing to bear, as long as the market has some credence that the bank will pay. And what tends to happen i s the bank will overexpand. They play too many of those cards, and at a certain stage, the market says no, there's too much money out here in terms of real reso urces. And you get what's called a bank run. People come back to the bank and sa y, make good on these promises, and the banks can't do it, you have recession, d epression, what have you, the whole credit structure drops. Now, if that kind of system were fully disclosed and everyone knew how it was working, my anticipati on is that there were very few fractional reserve banks. NARRATOR The framers of the constitution were quite aware of the liabilities of bills of credit and fractional reserve banking. And this is why Article I states no state shall make any thing but gold and silver a tender in the payment of debts. And, quote: "No state shall emit bills of credit." PAUL The federal reserve system should be abolished. It was not authorized in the con stitution, and therefore, we shouldn't have it. But I've taken a sort of a moder ate approach to doing it, because there's a lot of people who depend on the syst em today and close it down in one day, but I would legalize competition and allo w gold and silver to circulate as money, take taxes off gold and silver, so you didn't have to pay sales tax or capital gains taxes, went to people to transitio n over to gold and silver. In 1976, we weren't even allowed to own gold and then

later on, we got the American eagle. So, we're moving in that direction, but we need to go a little bit further to legalize contracts in gold. The real culprit is the ability of the fed to monetize debt. Members of congress spend money for war and welfare, they can't borrow enough, and they can't tax enough, so they l iterally create treasury bills out of thin air and the federal reserve creates m oney out of thin air and buys the treasury bills. And that has to eventually des troy the value of the dollar. GRIFFIN If we were to abolish the federal reserve system, tomorrow, and get the banks ou t of it, completely, turn the entire function as it now operates over to the tre asury, nothing would change. The same people would still dominate the system fro m behind the scenes. To this question of ownership, receives too much attention, because where that idea goes is, well, if we could just find out who owns these banks, and if we don't like who they are, then we can support a move to abolish the federal reserve and turn that system over to the treasury, exactly as it's now operating. So, the focus should not be on who owns the banks, but what the b anks are doing. NARRATOR If the public better understood how fiat money can be abused by Congress, it wou ld impeach almost every member. And abolish the central federal reserve bank, as it has done twice in the nation's history. <font size="3"><b>THE APPLICATION OF FORCE</b></font> NARRATOR Like the federal reserve system, the congress has been further distorting the le tter of its constitutional responsibilities by delegating its power to declare w ar to another entity, in this case, the president. BUCHANAN One of the great problems the country faces is the cowardice of the congress of the United States as an institution. It has allowed the president to usurp the w ar-making power. NARRATOR Where does congress get authority to delegate the responsibility to declare war to the president? It's not in the constitution. This delegation sounds more like an evasion of responsibility for political expediency then the original intent of the founders. BUCHANAN It has resigned its authority, it is frightened of exercising its authority, it does not want responsibility, it does not want accountability. NARRATOR Article I, Section 8, clearly states that Congress shall have the power to decla re war, to raise and support armies, to provide and maintain a navy, to provide for calling forth the militia. VIEIRA People such as George Washington, or Samuel Greene, leaders of the army, didn't think much of the militia. The militia came in 1690 for 180 days, and when the e nlistment time ran out, they went home. They never stayed. They came with a sort of an oddment of firearms, typically they were firearms that didn't entirely fi t the army pattern, they had different calibres and logistics, problems arose. T he men were clearly not as well trained as the regular soldiers, they had a tend ency to break, the British charged them with bayonets, for instance. So, people like Washington, who was obviously very influential at the time, didn't have a p

articularly good word to say about the militia. One would have thought, when the constitution was drafted, the founding fathers would have left the militia out. We don't need this. Hadn't proven to be that effective, or they might have said : congress or the states can set up a militia if they want to, but it's discreti onary. Depends on circumstances. They did the exact opposite. They recognized th e existence of what they call the militia of the several states, at the time; co nstitutionally recognized. And the second amendment comes along and says it's ne cessary for the security of a free state. So, I would say the constitution makes it absolutely clear that those entities because it's not one entity, it should be one in every one of the states, is a key structural element in the constituti on. And why? Well, because ultimately who is the militia? It's the people. NARRATOR With every shooting on a college campus, the cultural marxist indoctrinating mai nstream media never mentions the true source of the problem: the disintegration of the family unit. Instead, the media pushes the socialistic agenda of removing citizen's second amendment rights. VIEIRA Let's go to the second amendment. Which says a well regulated militia will be ne cessary to the security of a free state. The right of the people to bear arms sh all not be infringed. Take the first clause. A well regulated militia being nece ssary to the security of a free state - stop right there. That's the only place in the constitution where the constitution says that anything is necessary for a ny reason. Constitution doesn't say congress is necessary, or the president is n ecessary, doesn't even say the state is necessary, it says a well regulated mili tia is necessary to what? To the security. Not just any kind of security, but th e security of a free state. And that's the sole purpose of the constitution in t oto. GRIFFIN The way that the United States was set up originally was that the defense of the nation was to be primarily the responsibility of the states. They were to creat e militia and draw upon able bodied American citizens within the state, and they were to provide their weapons and their training and their leaders; they were t o form into a national fighting force and they would defend the borders of the U nited States against foreign enemies. But the primary foundation, the element of that was the militia. NARRATOR Never stated in movies like <i>Bowling for Columbine</i>, movies funded by cultu ral marxist infiltrated Hollywood studios is the original intent of the founders that all citizens retain the keep and bear arms. More accurately, the obligatio n to keep and bear arms as part of the militia. VIEIRA As the constitution tells us, a well regulated militia is necessary to the secur ity of a free state. Now, some people may disagree with that; and my response is well, that's a personal opinion, the law is otherwise. The law tells us this is the principal by which we are supposed to be operating. You don't like that, am end it. If it's there, enforce it. If you don't enforce it, there will be some c onsequences. Because the constitution is, how shall I put this, it's an integrat ed document in that all of the parts were designed to function with all of the o thers simultaneously. And if you look at it, there are several pillars to it, of course, the federal government, the congress, supreme court, the states. There are the people; as electors. And then there is this group of entities called the militia. And read the constitution through and you'll see they're all on an equ al plane. They all fit into this structure. Well, if an architect designs a buil ding, with five support columns, it's probably because he believes every one of those is necessary. You knock one of those out, or you allow it to decay, and yo

u can pretty much expect that building is not going to be stable over the long t erm. Certain kinds of shocks affect it, it's going to come down. Same with a gov ernmental structure. Governmental structure was designed in such a way that the people were supposed to play an important role in maintaining political power ov er military force. NARRATOR Instead, the Frankfurt School's agenda of injecting cultural pessimism into soci ety continues. Robberies, murder, fires, and now escalating school shootings, al l contribute to the cultural pessimism. And the misguided justification of disar ming the citizens. But if citizens ever allow cultural marxists such as the Mich ael Moores of the world to ban ownership of guns, they will make a grave mistake . GRIFFIN These guys who created the American constitution, the American republic, were lo oking into the future, and they were concerned about our own government becoming despotic. They could see that, they talked about the possibility of that. How d o we prevent that from happening was a major issue of discussion. And they said one of the ways is to make sure we don't give them a standing army and the other way is to make sure the local population was <i>armed</i>. (laughs) Because if you got every man, able-bodied man in the country, women too, armed and knowing how to use a weapon and under training with their local squad leaders and so for th, their own commanders. There's no government in the United States that's goin g to turn against them. So, they were very wise. Today, people laugh at that con cept, but now that they're losing their liberties, I think the laughter is dying down, pretty rapidly. NARRATOR Observing thousands of years of earlier governments, the founders knew that the only thing that ultimately stands between a tyrannical government and the people , are weapons. VIEIRA According to Mao Tse Tung, who in this case agrees with the second amendment, po litical power grows out of the barrel of a gun. Where the source of political po wer is to be, is where the gun is. Ultimately, that's the bottom line, the force of government. That's what government is, the application of force. If the appl ication of force is given to some elite group, they're in control. If the act of force is given to the people, they're in control. If you want a free state, a s elf-governing state, where we the people are ordaining and establishing, who has to control the ultimate body of force? It's we the people themselves. And that' s not a professional army. That's not a standing army. The founding fathers were very much concerned about that. They didn't want a standing army. GRIFFIN They thought that a standing army was perhaps one of the most dangerous things y ou can imagine. Because if Washington, D.C., they thought had a standing army, y ou know what they're gonna do with it? They're gonna use it for something. Get a bunch of soldiers sitting around training, they're gonna use them for something . And they didn't want that. Except in the defensive mode. SPEAKER (unidentified) If people read the constitution, that if not in a time of war, to have a standin g army, when there's no war, you have to abolish the standing army within eighte en months, so you have a navy, but no standing army. NARRATOR Also, never forget the instrument that literally authorized the U.S. constitutio n and freed all Americans from oppressive European rule was the declaration of i

ndependence. This sister document states whenever any form of government becomes destructive of certain ends, such as the right to life, liberty, and the pursui t of happiness, it is <i>the duty</i> of the people to alter or abolish it. Alte r it means to vote out those who aren't following the constitution. If such poli ticians over time or unbeknownst to the people, reconfigure their government in such a way to usurp the rights of the people, then the only choice left is to ab olish the government. WALTER REDDY (Founder, commissioner of Public Safety) So, they were acting within the law when they stood on that green, General Gage was outside the law, he was an outlaw, that regular army. And that's why they di dn't throw down their arms that day. They opened fire on them. VIEIRA Now, one doesn't like to think of that as something you want to face in this cou ntry. But there are many problems prior to that, that the militia would deal wit h, <i>and</i> a large militia structure would have a terrific deterrent effect. On any people in political life or aspirations to become usurpers or tyrants. It 's pretty hard to overcome a country when sixty or seventy percent of the people are organized army trained. NARRATOR The second amendment states the people, as and through their militia, have the r ight to keep and bear arms, and this right shall not be infringed. MICHAEL BADNARIK As individuals, we have rights. And we grant the government privileges, those pr ivileges are listed in Article I, Section 1, of the constitution. And any time w e have a justifiable reason in the current tradition, we can revoke those rights or take those privileges away from the government. NARRATOR This means that a well regulated militia consisting <i>of</i> the people, not so me distant bunch of federal professionals has the right to keep and bear, and ow n, and keep on their person, guns and arms. Short for armaments. These armaments are for their use, should the people, through their constitutional militia, fin d it necessary to abolish a tyrannical and suppressive government. And replace i t with a serving government that promotes the general welfare. And secures the b lessings of liberty. <font size="3"><b>NEGATIVE INFLUENCES</b></font> NARRATOR Unfortunately, negative influences have crept in. Not only has the cultural pess imism, and the parade through the institutions attacked America's culture, but o ur banking system has been hit as well. The federal reserve, set up by banking a rchitect Paul Warburg, is a European-style central bank. Complete with all the i nherent problems of the old world. Banking principles diametrically opposed by t he founders. Alien concepts such as backing money by debt, instead of gold. Lend ing out more money than you have in the vault. Printing up money so banks can st imulate their economy they just crashed. All this so bankers can charge more for interest and snap up assets with straw buyers in recession markets. Thanks to t he fed, congress can bypass the public's representatives and wage war with money that has been literally created out of thin air. Are any of these <i>american</ i> ways? Did the founders set up the constitution so Antonio Gramsci, a cultural marxist from the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory, and John Maynard Keynes, an economist indoctrinated in the environment of our former enemy, should stamp their war-torn European philosophies into the very soul of our nation? Something isn't right here.

PAUL In Keynesian economics, they endorse the federal reserve system. And, to print m oney out of thin air is really fraud, because they're stealing from people, stea ling the value from some people, so they're completely different. But Keynesiani sm is not socialism, but it leads to socialism. Socialism is where the governmen t controls supply and demand and prices and the whole works. But Keynesianism al lows the market to function to a degree with a lot of intervention. A lot of reg ulations, a lot of taxes, planning, a lot of inflation. NARRATOR How can the original intent of the founders shine through, when our entire econo mic system and cultural institutions have been perverted by ideologies of a worl d we worked so desperately to get away from. GRIFFIN The new deal, like the great society and like the universal peace proposals adva nced by president Wilson, all of these presidential programs that have expanded the power of the government have been the implementation of collectivism in Amer ica. Starting about the time of Woodrow Wilson, the country at that point was pr etty much an individualistic country, based on the principle of the individual b eing supreme and government being servant of the people. Starting with World War I, starting with Woodrow Wilson, on down through World War II, on down through Viet Nam war, on down through the war on terrorism, all these wars are always us ed to frighten Americans into accepting the expansion of government, supposedly to protect us from a terrible enemy. VIEIRA The actual expansion came about through the supreme court adding some words to t he commerce clause. Congress has the power to regulate commerce or whatever affe cts commerce, and that's a rather radical departure from the constitution, becau se imagine if you added those words to every other page in the constitution, why shouldn't you, you added to one, you add them to others. You have essentially u nlimited government. But that has done is it has given congress the power to con trol not only all true commercial activities but also things that are entirely l ocal, that are related to commercial activities. So, for instance, you have the gun free schools law. Based on what theory? A gun goes through commerce and even tually ends up in somebody's hands, and therefore he's within a thousand feet of school or whatever. And so congress can regulate his possession at that point i n time. Well, his possession at that point in time is not a commercial transacti on, by any stretch of the imagination. How can congress regulate it? Well, this implement that he's holding in his hand at one time moved through commerce. Well , if they follow that theory out, they can control every aspect of your life. Ho w much cornflakes do you eat in the morning? Well, you eat one bowl, maybe you s hould eat half a bowl of cornflakes. Can there be a statute telling you how many cornflakes to eat in the morning, sure. Because where did those cornflakes come from? Well, they came from Battle Creek, Michigan. BUCHANAN The supreme court has perverted the constitution, making decisions that used to be made democratically at the local level. The congress has the power in the con stitution, Article III, Section 2, to circumscribe the jurisdiction of the supre me court, and say, stay out of that area. That is our area, that is the state's area, you are not to get into that, judges don't decide these issues, people do. NARRATOR After the formation of the fed, and selling the public on the New Deal, it wasn' t long before Congress realized it had both the ability and the philosophical ju stification to print up endless amounts of elastic currency. What we call fiat m oney. Congress realized it needed more and more money in order to service the gr owing addiction of socialist benefits under Roosevelt's New Deal.

BAEHR The federal reserve, when it came in, aggravated all the worst problems of the e conomy. I mean, it's aggravated and caused the great depression, it's aggravated and caused the last depression, and it will continue to cause more depressions. Before the federal reserve, every economic system has ups and downs, but they c orrected themselves much more quickly and they corrected themselves because the people had freedom to shift their attention to be able to create solutions for t he problem and exercise their god-given wisdom and intelligence to be able to do business with each other. NARRATOR Ever wonder why congressmen were so eager to sacrifice tariffs for NAFTA's "free " trade? It's because tariffs don't amount to much when congress can print up al l the fiat money it wants through the federal reserve system. Yes: monetizing en dless fiat money was the answer opinion leader economist John Maynard Keynes sug gested to Roosevelt in his 1933 open letter. John Maynard Keynes: JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES (return to Terrible Accent Theater) I lay overwhelming emphasis on the increase of national purchasing power resulti ng in governmental expenditure which is financed by loans and is not merely a tr ansfer through taxation from existing incomes. Nothing else counts in comparison to this. NARRATOR By these words, Keynes, the most prominent economist of the time, laid out the p hilosophical rationale for endless government borrowing, and endless government spending, of fiat money. Roosevelt bit. PAUL By now, we're addicted. We're addicted to the programs and even the banking syst em is addicted to ever increasing money supply and artificially making interest rates low. And, in the short run, it does seem to help. Just recently, the fed p umped in two hundred billion dollars and the stock market loved it. But, in time , when everybody knows you created two hundred billion dollars in new money, the value of the dollar goes down. Which is what's happened since then. NARRATOR Keynes knew exactly what he was doing. No two men did more to destroy the origin al intent of the founders and set the groundwork for the cultural marxism and co rporate fascism that was to later flourish as competing totalitarian ideologies, hellbent on destroying a self-governing republic that sought to practice true, free market capitalism. BUCHANAN You can go back to a gold standard in say, a thousand an ounce. But what do you do if they keep spending and spending, and borrowing and borrowing, people sudde nly realize that these dollars aren't really worth that much gold, and they will demand the gold. NARRATOR Sounds to me, given the state of affairs we're in today, well over ten trillion dollars in debt, immersed in perpetual wars, getting more secular and socialist by the minute, fascist multinationals dominating congress, that we have allowed serious corruption to seep into the american experiment. We may think we won our independence from Europe, defeated communism, and Nazi fascism, but did we? GRIFFIN We have traveled the road to totalitarianism. Almost <i>almost</i> to the very e nd.

PAUL Austrian free market economics is really the answer and that's the system that w e should be following and, more or less, even though it was not known at the tim e our country was founded, more or less, classical economics and classical liber alism that was very close to what the Austrians teach today. NARRATOR Tragic that wine drinking, pot smoking, Engle challenged baby boomers would so r ecklessly thwart the wisdom of the founding fathers by allowing their banking sy stem and economy to be so influenced by <i>european</i> financial philosophies. Philosophies that over the past century have created a living hell of endless wa rs and empires, as we have seen. The intent of the founders was to establish a n ation that was different from the ways of Europe. And they did. The United State s is different. Not only that, contrary to the propaganda originated by critical theory, it's the greatest nation that has ever existed. America is <i>not</i> a universal nation. Or a multi-cultural nation. As CFR globalists writing in <i>F oreign Affairs</i> would have reality challenged baby boomers believe. It's a di stinct nation. Distinct with its own language, laws, history, and cultural backg round. We are <i>different</i> from the rest of the world. Yes, we even drive on the <i>right</i> side of the road because europeans drive on the left. <font size="3"><b>POLITICALLY CORRECT SPEECH</b></font> NARRATOR So, how come the <i>media</i> seems oblivious to all this? The <i>media</i> that 's looking out for folks, never discusses fiat currency, cultural marxism, media consolidation, Keynesian economics, NAFTA, GATT, WTO, or multinational corporat ions, in any sort of critical way? How come the mainstream media downplays peopl e who protest against free trade? The World Trade Organization? Or call for prot ective tariffs? BAEHR We do detailed economic studies of the box office, called Our Report to the Ente rtainment Industry, where we get the studio heads to come, and the studio heads have been moving towards more movies with faith and values. Every one of the six major studios has started a division to do movies with faith and values. Where the most erosion of values, and the greatest attack on values occurring, is the independent film market. Independent films, you tend to have a lot of anti-ameri can films, a lot of anti faith and values, anti-christian films, and they do not do well at the box office. Within the television industry, we find more of an a ttack on faith and values, mainly because the television industry is not focused on the vote. You see, in movies, each person votes for their movie. They know t hey have to appeal to who's going to vote for them at the box office. You have t o separate out the movie industry, which seems to be moving counter to much of t he other media. NARRATOR How come the mainstream media acts as an apologist for multi-national corporatio ns? And fails to take a deep look at the endless expansion of government or its secret partnerships with members of the military industrial banking complex? Ins tead, all we see is endless programs threatening the world with U.S. military mi ght. Blonde, aggressive women with plastic breasts. And endless TV spots offerin g insomniacs pills to cure their cheese and dairy product challenged stomachs. S eems to me, to get away with all this cultural marxist propaganda, the media mus t be in on the deal. Systematically avoiding certain issues. Narrowing the spect rum of speech. Redefining words. Spinning events. And ignoring, invalidating, an d or blackballing any author, filmmaker, or candidate that speaks the truth. <font size="3"><b>RESTORING THE REPUBLIC</b></font>

NARRATOR Americans and reality challenged baby boomers need to wake up and smell the cons titution. PAUL The famous quote from Franklin was that after you left the constitutional conven tion, "we've given you a republic, if you can keep it." And obviously we haven't done a very good job. SPEAKER I think if people want to live in a democracy or a republic such as ours, then t hey're more than free to do so, and we should lead by example, not by force. NARRATOR Citizens need to get familiar with the original intent of the founders. And real ize that the forces of cultural marxism have been raping and pillaging the Unite d States for decades. But to realize the dream, and keep this magnificent republ ic alive, all americans need to do is take three steps: 1) Disconnect from all s ources of cultural Marxist propaganda, media and lifestyles. 2) Don't patronize the largest Fed member banks and fascist multinational corporations. 3) Connect up with the original intent of the Founders and get active applying the U.S. Con stitution. Americans, and history challenged baby boomers, should understand wha t it means to be a self-governing nation. They need to understand the constituti on from a philosophical point of view, not just a mechanical point of view. Why were certain things emphasized and others not. Why is a well-regulated militia n ecessary to the security of a free state? Why is the term general welfare the on ly term that appears twice? What principles lay behind the constitution and why? If citizens better understood these things, they would be able to go about thei r lives with a greater appreciation of the rare opportunity they have been given to live in the american experiment. Instead of pessimism, they would have the r ealization that America has just begun. That the future will be even more incred ible than anyone imagined. Take three steps and it will happen. Yes, the cultura l marxists in the media and the universities will scream and dramatize. Yes, the re will be a percentage of religious fanatics that attack the United States, or hate us, because we flourish and prosper. And yes, there will always be secular robots and iconoclasts that hate traditional values, and deny that America was p opulated by christians, or influenced by biblical principles. But the founders s omehow knew all this. For they had studied thousands of years of history, and co untless failed civilizations. From these lessons, they built the constitution of the United States. And this document has succeeded as no other. The blueprint f or the longest standing republic in history is in your hands. Eventually, even t he cultural marxists, the corporate fascists, the islamic terrorists, and our cu rrent special interest dominated congress, will see the light. And become part o f the general welfare. In the meantime, don't give liberty challenged members of society the power to enslave us all. Just because a relative few have so little faith in the original intent of the founders and the United States constitution . BUCHANAN The constitution of the United States represents no threat whatsoever to our for m of government.