Joan Baez survived the chaos backlash, she fully understood that political assassination could be her reward for openly castigating military-industrial masters of war. Her close friend Martin Luther King Jr., the worlds most honored civil rights leader told her and a group of activists before delivering his famed speech how the police had dumped him in the hole and it was black and he couldn’t see. They shoved food in the room but he wouldn’t eat it for fear it was poisoned starving and afraid he got on his knees and prayed and when he got up he said it didn’t matter anymore.
Kings entourage hid their pain when they knew what he meant. We knew he was going to die, and he was ready to die, and he was ready to make a commitment to Vietnam etc. He said, “I have been to the mountaintop and I have seen the Promised Land and it doesn’t matter anymore.”
Joan Baez wrote a memoir, And a Voice to Sing With, (1987) of her childhood and her father as a bright young Stanford scientist "Albert Baez recognized the danger of the unleashed atom even in the early days" He took a job at Cornell University in Ithica, New York (Cornell is the base of CIA Mind Control experiments and Joan is a survivor of ritual abuse and mind control experimentation, according to letters she has written to researchers and other survivors), a common cover for trauma-based-mind-control programming. She has a song about it
”I am paying for protection, Smoking out the truth...chasing recollections...nailing down the roof”
Baez entertained no illusions about the CIA, and promoted State of Siege, film she saw as exposing the corrupt element of AID (Agency for International Development, overseas), which funded the teaching of techniques of torture tactics in Latin America. We solicited signatures against the use of torture. Torture was made more prevalent than it had been since the Middle Ages, thus the danger was its common use as government policy. The hands of the US government were far from clean.
Joan did years of intensive therapy to confront her inner demons ,fears, insomnia, panic attacks, phobias, anxieties, etc. Therapists kept Joan glued together, to get me to the next gig, she said.
Joan’s father was invited to become the head of Operations at Cornell, which would bring him in contact with CIA Human Ecology Foundation, (re: Academic Mind Control Studies) behind the fences of the Ivy League campuses across the country. Joan said it was classified. She was not buried by Chaos, but she lived under its intolerant eye and it could silence her. An example is a mistranslation in Japanese re her comments on Vietnam and Nagasaki. The interpreter was threatened and complied. A year later sale of her records were banned from all Army PXs and when she denounced the draft on the Smother‘s Brothers Hour, she was censored by CBS, her comments cut, and CBS cancelled the Brothers soon after. The same year her then David Harris was sentenced to three years for draft evasion.
Looks silly, but its true. Already smths in store for SURI, the programming started anyway:
"Suri Tried To Invade Holmes' Broadway Stage
9 January 2009 11:01 AM, PST
Tom Cruise is convinced his daughter with Katie Holmes will become an actress when she's older, after two-year-old Suri tried to storm the stage during a performance of Holmes' Broadway play All My Sons.
Cruise and Suri have been regular audience members during Holmes' run in the play - the actor admits he has seen it "more than 30 times" since it debuted in September.
But he has had to stop letting Suri watch from the side of the stage, after she almost made an impromptu cameo.
Cruise says, "I was watching with Suri from the wings and I could see her feet creeping out onto the stage. I realised she was going onstage. Then she got on the floor and she was going to crawl onstage, and I'm quietly clinging onto her dress.
"So I picked her up and said, 'You can't go onstage,' and she said, 'Why?'"
I find my "Brookeshielding"-theory as a very good explanation for Michael's need to have all these plastic surgeries done. They may also have added Brooke and Brooke's beauty somehow into his programming...
This comparison is rather shocking:
____________ Michael "Brookeshielding" ______________________ Brooke Shields (or possibly Frooke) _________
Big eyes, small nose, a strong square chin - Michael even got himself the same dimple on the chin as Brooke has!
Is the real secret behind Michael Jackson's many plastic surgery operations and changes in appearance - a neverending love/obsession for Brooke Shields?
Brooke in the 80's - notice her upturned little nose and her strong chin with dimple on it. Nowdays Brooke/Frooke has a much straighter nose. If this is because of plastic surgery or because she was perhaps replaced, well that's another story.
Beautiful Brooke in the 80's
They also replace people with doubles. For many years they recruited look-alikes who would serve their ends. Now they are perfecting cloning technology that will let them replace anybody. (The Illuminati by Abner Whateley)
I saw this film of Yoko Ono-Fennon with the now-murdered woman as lead actress. It's called "Rape" and she played a foreign (Hungarian-speaking) girl horribly stalked and abused through the streets of London by Yoko Ono/Fennon/Mal Evan's camera and crew (shown only in brief glimpses). It's rarely shown anywhre, I saw it in a theater. Some women in the audience began crying.
Post by faulconandsnowjob on Jan 17, 2009 18:04:51 GMT -5
I think that is so sad about the murdered model :-( She must have been a good soul to want to help animals. Wonder what the story is...? Did she know something, or do some people just really hate animals so much that they want to kill people who help them?
Ure gonna like what TERRY GILLIAM says of BENICIO DEL TORO:
"Gilliam: 'Del Toro Was Frightening And Frustrating'
Moviemaker Terry Gilliam will think twice before working with Benicio Del Toro again - because the intense actor was such a distracting force on the set of Fear + Loathing In Las Vegas.
The British director feared Del Toro was "out of control" for much of the odd 1998 movie.
He tells Rolling Stone magazine, "He gets pretty deep into his character, and sometimes I thought he was out of control. What I found out is he's frightening.
"He required a lot of handling, and, after a while, his need to be so intense wore a lot of us out. I think he felt he wasn't getting as much attention from me as he wanted, but, as far as I was concerned, I was giving him more than anybody else got. It was frustrating. Always."
But Gilliam refuses to knock the end result: "You've got this incredible performance."
Post by faulconandsnowjob on Jan 22, 2009 14:17:58 GMT -5
^ That's so funny that you posted that about Terry Gilliam. I was just thinking last night that John Cleese got stepforded. He was the main Monty Python writer - he came up w/ some really funny stuff (imo). Well, last night, they showed a "personal best" of his work, which really sucked. The sketches they picked as his "best" were mediocre at best. Anyway, they did an interview w/ him where he was so not funny - it was almost anti-funny. It was very disappointing :-( When "The Life of Brian" came out, it was very controversial, so who knows? Maybe someone didn't take too kindly to a comedic criticism of Christianity? Here's a great scene: