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Old 31-07-2018, 01:06 PM   #81
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If I understand correctly, you’ve concluded (like me) that there is no reason to believe that this Kappy chappy is reliable: https://forum.davidicke.com/showpost...20&postcount=4
The jury is out on Kappy. He is not saying anything new and not providing any evidence, circumstantial or otherwise.

Could it be a psy-op to discredit pedogate researchers/whistleblowers?
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Old 31-07-2018, 02:14 PM   #82
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The jury is out on Kappy. He is not saying anything new and not providing any evidence, circumstantial or otherwise.

Could it be a psy-op to discredit pedogate researchers/whistleblowers?
It's certainly possible that Kappy is just another distraction ploy (psy-op) to hide the real scandals (and discredit whistleblowers).
It could also be that he's really trying to expose the truth, but doesn't have the information (but aren't most of us on Davidicke.com in that category?).

Either which way, for as long as he doesn't provide "evidence" (or at least something convincing) I'm not too interested in what he has to say.
I guess Kappy was a not famous actor...
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Old 01-08-2018, 10:37 AM   #83
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It's certainly possible that Kappy is just another distraction ploy (psy-op) to hide the real scandals (and discredit whistleblowers).
It could also be that he's really trying to expose the truth, but doesn't have the information (but aren't most of us on Davidicke.com in that category?).

Either which way, for as long as he doesn't provide "evidence" (or at least something convincing) I'm not too interested in what he has to say.
I guess Kappy was a not famous actor...

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Old 05-08-2018, 03:57 PM   #84
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Arguably the most important “evidence” of Armstrong and Aldrin doing their “One small step for man...” was destroyed to “save money”...

In 2009, NASA admitted that the original tapes of the first, Apollo 11, moon landing were probably erased. NASA engineer Richard Nafzger stated that these historic tapes were erased and reused to help save money during the 1970s and 1980s.
These tapes were reportedly of a much better quality than the fuzzy video that was shown on telescreens all over the world.

Just like any other movie, Hollywood has assisted NASA in “digitally remastering” the original footage of the first moon landing to improve the images …
The digital restoration was carried out by the same Burbank, California firm Lowry Digital, that also “remastered” 400 (other) films, including the first Star Wars trilogy.

According to NASA engineer Richard Nafzger:
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There is nothing being created or manufactured here. We are restoring and extracting data from the video.
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/sci...ood-style.html
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In 1941, former Disney animator Lester Novros founded Graphic Films that made propaganda films for commercial and government clients like Lockheed, Boeing, the US Air Force and NASA.

Stanley Kubrick saw NASA propaganda film “To The Moon And Beyond” made by Graphic Films. In 1965, Kubrick recruited Graphic Films’ Lester Novros, Con Pederson, and Douglas Trumbull to work on “2001: A Space Odyssey”.

Graphic Films advised Kubrick on special effects. Pederson sent Kubrick a film made by experimental filmmaker John Whitney, Sr., Novros’ long-time friend and colleague. Douglas Trumbull further developed Whitney’s slit-scan technique that was used for the “Stargate” sequence towards the end of 2001.
Pederson wrote to Kubrick about the slit scanning technique that “Its possibilities are limitless”.

Other artist involved in “2001: A Space Odyssey”: illustrators Chesley Bonestell, Roy Carnon, and Richard McKenna; artificial intelligence pioneer Marvin Minsky; IBM industrial designer Eliot Noyes; and effects artist Wally Gentleman (who’d worked on Universe for the National Film Board of Canada): http://scienceandfilm.org/articles/2...-space-odyssey

After working in advertising, Douglas Trumbull continued his career by working for the small Graphic Films company, who made propaganda films for NASA.
Trumbull made all the artwork for “To The Moon And Beyond”.

Trumbull would later make special effects for films like The Andromeda Strain, Close Encounters, Blade Runner and Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Trumbull's debut as director was the science fiction movie Silent Running (1972).
At the beginning of the 1980s his career in the movies was somehow derailed.

After that Steven Spielberg asked Trumbull to work on the Back to the Future ride.
Years later Trumbull did the special effects for The Tree of Life (2011): https://www.theguardian.com/film/201...pecial-effects


The “bromance” between NASA and Hollywood has continued to this very day.
No government agency is so intertwined with Hollywood as NASA. NASA provides material support for space movies to justify its $19 billion annual budget. NASA also stages PR stunts like interviews with astronauts from space and science experiments from the International Space Station for the kids.
NASA actually negotiates with the movie studios to get more exposure.

Naturally NASA worked on Ron Howard’s Apollo 13 (1995).
NASA’s Boeing KC-135 aircraft, normally used to prepare astronauts for zero gravity, was also used to shoot the weightless scenes with the stars of the movie Tom Hanks, Kevin Bacon, and Bill Paxton.

Hollywood has worked on space movies like: Gravity, Hidden Figures, Passengers, The Space Between Us, and Life. In many of these cases, NASA offered expertise, personnel, and even shooting locations, to bring these propaganda films to life.
Bert Ulrich has worked on dozens of films for NASA, including: The Avengers, Hidden Figures, and Transformers: Dark of the Moon. During the filming of Tomorrowland at the Kennedy Space Center, Ulrich watched the launch of the Mars maven probe with stars in the movie Hugh Laurie and George Clooney. He also hoped to get approval for First Man, with Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong.

Not all the films that NASA is involved in feature the official NASA logo.
Space movies that don’t feature enough NASA input, like Gravity, are often ridiculed for their lack of “scientific accuracy”.

NASA’s main mission these days is Mars — President Donald even met Elon Musk to talk about a possible flight.
One of the most prominent film projects was Ron Howard’s National Geographic “documentary” Mars.

NASA also helped on Ridley Scott’s 2015 film The Martian. Jim Green, director of NASA’s Planetary Science Division, was asked to speak with Ridley. Green is the head of a $1.6 billion division that apparently could find nothing better to do than consult a movie director.
According to the state propaganda, the result was one of the most realistic depictions of a mission to Mars ever.
The Martian and got 7 Oscar nominations and generated priceless publicity for the space program. After the movie was completed, star of the movie Matt Damon even visited the Jet Propulsion Laboratory facility in California for a press event alongside astronaut Drew Feustel and other NASA employees.

NASA was pleased that Margot Lee Shetterly’s book Hidden Figures was filmed, about 3 African-American mathematicians who helped launch John Glenn: https://www.mensjournal.com/entertai...mance-w470462/
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An American got information on propaganda movies in which the Pentagon collaborated by means of a FOIA request.
He got a 2014 list with 323 movies and a 2016 file with 410. The 90 added movies were mostly “older” films; some from the 2014 list were excluded.
Both lists aren’t complete. The 2015 film Aloha, is for example missing, but this is referred to in the Air Force’s entertainment liaison office reports.

Following are some of the propaganda movies in which the Pentagon collaborated:
Apollo 13; Armageddon; Batman and Robin; Superman vs Batman; A bridge too far;
Clear and present danger; The hunt for Red October; Patriot games; Sum of all fears;
Empire of the sun; From here to eternity; Godzilla;
Goldfinger; License to kill;
I am legend; Indiana Jones and the last crusade; Jurassic park III;

The killing fields; Karate kid II; The next Karate kid;
The silence of the lambs; Sleepless in Seattle;
Star Trek IV; Star Trek: resurrection; Top Gun;
Transformers; Transformers 2; Transformers 3; Transformers dark of the moon; Transformers: revenge of the fallen;
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I think this is a good time to respond to the propaganda of “The killing fields” movie with some historic information on what happened in Cambodia…

The US began bombing Cambodia in 1965. In 1969, the US air war against Cambodia escalated as part of Nixon’s policy. From 1965 until 1973, the US Air Force dropped bombs from more than 230,000 sorties on over 113,000 sites.
In 1970, President Richard Nixon and National Security Advisor (and later Secretary of State) Henry Kissinger decided to go for an all-out bombing campaign of Cambodia.
According to the Cambodian genocide scholar, Ben Kiernan, the US bombs killed between 50,000 and 150,000.

As a direct result of the bombing campaign, Khmer Rouge fighters swelled from 10,000 in 1969, to more than 200,000 in 1973.
In April 1975, the Khmer Rouge took control of Cambodia and renamed it Democratic Kampuchea.
In November 1975 — seven months after the Khmer Rouge had taken control of Phnom Penh — Henry Kissinger said to Thailand’s foreign minister that he:
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should tell [the KR] that we bear no hostility towards them. We would like them to be independent as a counterweight to North Vietnam.
[You] should also tell the Cambodians that we will be friends with them. They are murderous thugs, but we won’t let that stand in our way. We are prepared to improve relations with them.
At the end of 1978, Vietnam invaded Cambodia and toppled the Khmer Rouge government in early 1979.
An estimated 1.7 million Cambodians (21% of the population) were estimated to have been killed by the Khmer Rouge.

Khmer Rouge forces fled to western Cambodia on the Thai border to begin a guerrilla campaign against the new, Vietnamese-installed Cambodian government.
The US used China to continue the support for the Khmer Rouge in their campaign against the Vietnamese occupation.
The Carter administration supported overt Chinese aid to the Khmer Rouge. National security advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski explained that he “encourage[d] the Chinese to support Pol Pot”. The Associated Press estimated that China supplied Khmer Rouge guerrillas with about $100 million of military aid per year throughout the 1980s.

The US refused to call the mass murder by the Khmer Rouge from 1975 to 1979 “genocide” until 1989, when support finally came to an end: https://www.jacobinmag.com/2015/04/k...united-states/
(archived here: http://archive.is/DikSr)

The killing fields” was nominated for 7 Oscars and won 3, while Henry Kissinger won the Nobel Prize for orchestrating the “peace”…
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