Starring Clint Walker with Guest Stars Trevor Bardette, Anne Whitfield, Richard Evans, Dayton Lummis, Don Haggerty, Paul Langton, Richard Rogers, Edward Knight, Barry Cahill, Charles Tannen and Lane Chandler.
Starring Clint Walker with Guest Stars Edmon Ryan, Frank DeKova, Walter Brooke, Michael Forest, Joyce Meadows, Richard Tatro, Mickey Simpson, I. Stanford Jolley, Frank Gerstle, Dick Rich, Art Steward, Francis DeSales and John Zaccaro.
Starring Clint Walker with Guest Stars Susan Cummings, Ross Elliott, Denver Pyle, Steve Brodie, Robert Carson, William Fawcett, I. Stanford Jolley, Rory Mallinson, John Alonzo, Terry Frost and Clyde Howdy.
I echo this comment: "It amazes me how people cling to the lies they've been fed."
The masses of people are something sorry when you step back and make a reasonably objective observation.
I remember Nick Rockefeller asking Aaron Russo why he cared about them.
"Bow down before the one you serve. You're going to get what you deserve."
This is how I imagine the controllers viewing humanity. Their mission is to increase the distance between themselves and everyone else.
Another thing is that in an abusive relationship a common tactic of the abuser is to nurture your empathy for the sake of exploiting it. I see the same thing happening on the world stage.
It's not surprising a master chess player, Bobby Fischer, was able understand the world at a high level. The average person, even if they have the time to think, may be incapable of piecing together the puzzle. This is more true as average intelligence continues to decline (by design).
Another point is that beer, the drink of choice of the masses, dulls the mind and dulls the will. The Protocols say it makes our youth stupid.
Another observation I made from Ruhe's video is that everyday people somehow think they have everything all figured out. They're proud and have a need to feel dominant rather than possessing the humility necessary to learn. Life they perceive as a competition and they need to measure up and not show weakness. This insecure jungle atmosphere must satisfy the controllers.
And another point is that not one of my many female contacts is interested in any truth material. They just don't care. It's probably rare for a female to care about anything more than everyday life in the given paradigm. Therefore if you're a controller you want to elevate females and have the males working for female approval, and this keeps everyone inside a nicely controlled box.
Male genital mutilation makes boys inferior to girls and has them putting on a pedestal female genitalia -- because it has all the mucosal tissue properly intact while theirs was razor-raped at birth -- but I could make a long list of measures used to prop up female privilege. The Ashkenazi Esther Vilar does a good job in her book The Manipulated Man.
The European proclivity to elevate our women was correctly identified as a vulnerability and exploited. Scott Roberts likes to say they know us better than we know ourselves. We've been studied like zoo animals.
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Starring Clint Walker with Guest Stars Ray Stricklyn, Susan Crane, Tod Griffin, William Phipps, William Sargent, Mickey Simpson, Ruth Terry, Clyde Howdy, Clarence Straight, Jack Bighead and Rankin Mansfield.
Starring Clint Walker with Guest Stars Patrice Wymore, Don Megowan, Hanley Stafford, Sheldon Allman, John Hubbard, Max Baer, Robert Foulk, Don Wilbanks, Kimm Charney, Martin Eric and I. Stanford Jolley.
Starring Clint Walker with Guest Stars Anita Sands, R.G. Armstrong, Stephen Roberts, Sherwood Price, Maurice Manson, Myron Healy, Orville Sherman, John Alvin, Glenn Stensel, Jim Hayward and Jericho Brown.
Starring Clint Walker with Guest Stars Robert Lowery, Lisa Gaye, Vito Scotti, Ray Teal, K.L. Smith, Bill Mims, Roy Wright, Alex Montoya, Bob Wiensko, Edward Colmans, Gene Roth, Thomas B. Henry and Jason Johnson.
Starring Clint Walker with Guest Stars Peter Whitney, Merry Anders, Donald May, Alan Baxter, James Hurst, Frank Albertson, Dehl Berti, Dan Riss, Mary Alan Hokanson, Dick Bellis, Craig Marshall, Cherrill Lynn, Forrest Taylor.
A Fistful of Dollars (Italian: Per un pugno di dollari, lit. 'For a Fistful of Dollars' titled on-screen as Fistful of Dollars) is a 1964 Spaghetti Western film directed by Sergio Leone and starring Clint Eastwood in his first leading role, alongside Gian Maria Volonté, Marianne Koch, Wolfgang Lukschy, Sieghardt Rupp, José Calvo, Antonio Prieto, and Joseph Egger. The film, an international co-production between Italy, West Germany, and Spain, was filmed on a low budget (reported to be $200,000), and Eastwood was paid $15,000 for his role
A 2016 National Geographic History Documentary hosted by Toby Leonard Moore.
They were an extraordinary people born of white rock and blue sea. They invented democracy, distilled logic and reason, wrote plays to plumb the deepest recesses of the soul, and captured the perfection of the human form in athletics and art. Quite simply, the Greeks created our world.
From their beginnings as hunter - gatherers in harsh, unforgiving landscapes; to surviving the worst collapse in human history; to facing off against the greatest empire the world had ever known, the Greeks would have to overcome incredible odds to pave the way for the modern West.
In National Geographic’s landmark event series "The Greeks", historians and archaeologists, actors and athletes, scientists and artists launch a groundbreaking exploration into the ancient Greeks’ journey - not just to better understand their past, but to discover how their legacy illuminates our present, and will shape our future. The story of the Greeks is the story of us.
Episode 1: Uncover the origin story of Western civilization, as the early Greeks rise from nothing and change everything - laying the groundwork for a revolution in human thought.
The Masked Rider of the Plains started out on radio in the early 1930s, went on to successful theatrical serials a few years later... In the mid '60s and early '80s he was featured in pretty good Saturday Morning cartoons. In 1981 Hollywood tried to re-imagine him, only succeeding in pissing-off his fans with a dismal flop of a film. To prove that Hollywood has a collective, severe learning disability, they did the same thing again in 2013, only losing WAY more money this time around.
But the best remembered and loved version of THE LONE RANGER was from the 1949-1957 television series (which was followed by two theatrical films featuring the same stars). This was basically the first TV Western, and would be on the air in reruns for decades. The Ranger was an Absolute Good Guy in an era of popular culture when you could still have that sort of thing. When the BATMAN series came along in the mid-to-late 1960s, Adam West played the Caped Crusader in a close imitation of the Clayton Moore Lone Ranger's formal, polite speech patterns and unshakable moral standards. Only, in that more cynical era, it was considered cheesy and camp.
The villain of this introductory story arc is Butch Cavendish, played by Glenn Strange. By the time he played this role, he'd already tied Boris Karloff's record, putting on the neck-bolts as Frankenstein's Monster in three Universal horror films. He'd go on to become a familiar face on television as Sam the bartender on GUNSMOKE.
So return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear, with a fiery horse, the speed of light, a cloud of dust, and a hearty HI-YO SILVER!
Starring Clint Walker with Guest Stars Whitney Blake, Wynn Pearce, Harry Lauter, Don Haggerty, Willis Bouchey, Frank Ferguson, James Bell, Bobby Hyatt, Stephen Ellsworth, Mauritz Hugo, John Zaccaro, Gary Vinson, Phil Tully and Allan Drake.
Starring Clint Walker with Guest Stars Liam Sullivan, Andra Martin, Edward Kemmer, Larry Dobkin, Barry Atwater, Francis McDonald, Carlos Romero, Frank DeKova, Fay Roope, Tim Graham, Keith Richards, Tom Fadden, Julie Adams and Lorne Greene
Starring Clint Walker with Guest Stars Julie Adams, Liam Sullivan, Barry Atwater, Edward Kemmer, Yvette Duguay, Oliver McGowan, Stacy Keach, Tim Graham, Fay Roope, Wilton Graff, Ralph Moody, Michael Carr, Tyler McVey, Doye O'Dell and Saundra Edwards.
Starring Clint Walker with Guest Stars Robert F. Simon, Madlyn Rhue, Bill Cord, Chuck Wassil, Russ Bender, George Kennedy, Robert S. Hornbeck, Willard Callis, Frank Christi, Dean Cromer, Thomas H. Middleton, Don Wilbanks and John McNamara.
Heading west, Ken and Bouncer end up at the Brooks ranch where Ken is to ride Tarzan in the big race. But both the Sheriff and Edmonds are after him and he must hide both himself and the horse until race time.