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TV Show Blacklist portraying patriot/anarchists

As people who would blow up a plane.

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whoa, holy chiit, speaking of the Black List, just heard Mancow

Muller talk about Harry Lennix (co-star of The BlackList), whom I enjoyed watching on Joss Whedon's ever underrated DollHouse. Mancow said that Lennix, a born and bred Chicago native, knew oBUSHma before he was 'Obama' and told Mancow (not sure if he told him personally off show, or on his regularly scheduled radio show), that when 'they' needed Obama to become an 'actor' they allegedly actually hired Lennix to 'train' oBUSHma to BE/fully become an actor, as if Barry was like some z-rate star wannabe with good looks but with no acting abilities, having his frustrated studio contracting an acting-coach (ie. Lennix) to help train him, to become a 'better' actor!

Mancow Rejects 9 Million Offer to Join Team Obama

Published on Nov 13, 2013

Alex is joined on air by Eric "Mancow" Muller to discuss his recent denied offer by the Obama administration to be a schill for Government deceit to the American people.



Harry Lennix @ ComicCon: Barry even kinda has the same 'visage' as Lennix!

sounds 'incredible' until you realize Obama and his entire family's heavy CIA ties, not to mention the fact that oBUSHma worked FOR Business International Corp, a known CIA front company, along with the fact that it's well known now that the Clintons too were basically 'groomed' to be what they are.

Anyway, anecdotally it's interesting, and not sure if true or not, but does not seem implausible. Plus, Lennix wouldn't say this without being sued, and the fact that he's been disgusted by oBUSHma enough to tell Mancow, and Mancow himself stating this publicly on AJ show today, says that it's more than likely true.

Besides, considering Mancow and to certain extent Lennix both still work in and out of oBUSHma's Chicago homebase, O's activist base would not 'let' them get away with it, for long with such public declaration, without some whiny PR-counterattack.

but personally, even though I'm no audiophile, for whatever reason, I've always had a knack for identifying people by their distinct vocal cadence. And the way Harry Lennix plays his characters, and the times I've seen him in interviews, I've told everyone around me that oBUSHma speaks in similar cadence. IF what he asserts is true, it's prettying evident, even his mulatto complexion, and some bodylanguage mannerisms.

Interesting, eitherway.

Hey, they are state-ACTORS afterall, guess nothing should be surprising anymore...

Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

I downvoted you.

I watched the episode and did not think the "General Ludd" group were anything close to patriots/anarchists. The group was anti-capitalist, they hated big business and capitalism in general and were trying to crash the system, or at least hurt it.

Later in the episode it was revealed (spoiler alert) that General Ludd had a personal vendetta against the airline company he was bombing and on top of that was trying to steal a chip which housed the designs for the $100 bill. He was trying to switch the real chip with a fake so that whomever printed the money was actually printing fakes, destroying the currency.

The General Ludd group were anti-capitalists, and the leader was a vindictive thief.

If ignorance is bliss, Washington DC must be heaven.

Anarcho-libertarians are not

Anarcho-libertarians are not violent. Anarcho socilalists have historically been violent, though most modern ones are nonviolent even if they do riot and deface property. If the show was about the first group, then be sure to complain to them.

Setting up msm's future

Setting up msm's future narrative, "filling" in THEIR reasons why "these" folks are doing it, overpowering the reason given by the misguided.

I just hope the misguided dont do something so heinous....like reprimand a bunch of drones and bomb folks indiscrimalately, or is that flavour of violence perfectly acceptable now, in this "free" society

While I was right about possible motive, I do not agree with..

your analysis. This terrorist group is closer to "Occupy Wall Street," "Weathermen" and "Unibomber" than "patriots" or "anarchists". Yes, I advocate violence, if necessary to achieve justice. However, "collateral damage" is unacceptable. That is why I prefer the "Enemy at the Gates" solution to insurrection.

It is called CYA. After all, before Comcast bought NBC...

It was owned by radical Zionist Edgar Miles Bronfman and General Electric, both major architects of the NWO.

In all fairness to "The Blacklist," the Feds are not portrayed in that positive a light either.

And in all fairness to NBC, "The government of the United States" is portrayed as worst among many villains and the symbol used is the Great Pyramid.

yeah, I saw that episode last night.

it's sad, because as a show, separate from the Ruling Class propaganda, liberty demonization, policestate & torture acclimation, as far as acting and writing goes, it's actually one of the better written and developed series this year. Plus, I say this as someone who's never cared that much for James Spader as an actor, mainly due to his annoying nasal drawl, but he's absolutely perfectly cast for the role. [SPOILER:] Though must say, the 'plane explosion'-scene was pretty pathetic CGI work, considering their budget.

The episode is called General Ludd, as in: short for "Luddite."

Images from the episode: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3276448/mediaindex

So now, they're mixing Ted Kaczynski memes thrown into the mix + Julian Assange's 'look' + the "V" mask + Occupy Wall Street; check out how they cast him: http://www.imdb.com/media/rm2928398848/tt3276448?ref_=tt_ov_i

and in the 'peons protest' scene: http://www.imdb.com/media/rm2710295040/tt3276448?ref_=ttmi_m...

it's always the case with these shows; you never really know whether they're pure propaganda or 1/2 and 1/2 (part vox populi venting, as if to say: 'Hey peons, seeing as how we don't want you doing these things in real life, even though there is definitely an air of dissension and revolution in the midst, we recognize that you are angry, so we'll 'let' you vent, vicariously via entertainment media!' to garner some level of legitimacy, as all propaganda has to incorporate some element of truth to be effective), front-loading, predictive programming, police state acclimatization, or whether the writers and producers are subversively filtering liberty elements through as a warning, or they have no problems with the course that their Ruling Class paymasters are taking, or in fact are actively actually promoting it, etc.

I'd say the same of one of my fave shows of all time: Jericho.

Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

Did they give at least an

imaginary reason why they would want to blow up a plane? What goal of an anarchist could possibly be furthered by that?

And I'm almost scared to hear no reason was given, that the show just expects that the word "anarchist" has enough negative connotation that you can just randomly attach bad things to the "anarchist" narrative and people will take it as plausible.

Defend Liberty!

"Anarchists" as "bad guys"

I'm sure that they badly want to portray "anarchists" as mindlessly violent terrorists, committed to destruction for its own sake; given the many failures of governments everywhere on all levels, and the growing numbers of disappointed and frustrated people across the political spectrum, are there quite as many willing to listen to the increasingly discredited shibboleths that 'anarchists" are violent, and governments are oh-so-upright paragons of "law and order"?

This may have played well in the XX century, but the internet, and the Ron Paul/libertarian/Constitutionalist movement(s) are showing that it is no longer your grandparent's politics-or propaganda!

There's a new game in town...


"The worst thing that can happen to a good cause is not to be attacked successfully, it is to be defended badly". F. Bastiat

"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, finally they attack you, and then you win"! Mohandas Gandhi