I changed the title. The other one made me look stupid. It's not that the company and Director discussed are probably who they say they are. They probably aren't. The Russian caught in Boston had the same kind of schtick going with Linked-in and internet fronts just realistic about it compared to the obvious crapola. I find that most disinfo is so ridiculous, it must be meant to debunk itself. Possibly to cause enough noise to disrupt the internet's potential. I don't know who these people are. Maybe someone in Los Angeles can investigate this. You could then show Larry Johnson and explain his front company along with the dumbass schticks he blogged. That would be a story. And keep us updated on Assange.
Since I'm here, check this out if you're bored:
Link to part b
It's the movie Bad Girl. It's from 1931, pre-code!
6.6 stars out of ten according to the zeitgeist spin. Okay, here's Pros and Cons according to Socrates Ebert von Siskel. It won two Oscars. Best Director and Writing. Nominated for Best Picture stands out.
Here's the review by Marc.
16 out of 17 people found the following review useful.
rare, Oscar winner is a forgotten treat, 12 June 1999
I finally tracked down Bad Girl. It had been on my list of wanna sees for years as it had won a major Oscar for Best Director- Frank Borzage.It was one of those tantalizing early talkies that had not actually been lost it had merely fell from sight. When I finally saw it last year at a Borzage revival, the film was a revelation.It was a pre-code delight about an ordinary couple, falling in love, struggling financially and having a baby etc.It most reminded me of the great silent film-The Crowd, which dealt with similar matters. What was especially fascinating to me was its depiction of "average" lower middle class types and how they lived and spoke in Depression America. The apartments... the slang, all of it, seemed real. It wouldn't be until the 50's neo realism hit American movies that we would see ordinary people depicted on the screen again, without condescension The movie has all the Borzage trademarks- love surviving against all odds, even an exciting if a little hokey climax.Unfortunately, the film has been slighted often in movie books,most likely, because the authors have never actually seen it. If it is ever shown again, try to see it. It's a wonderful peek at average city folks in Depression America.
Or watch Grand Hotel with Garbo and Barrymore. I vant to be alone.
Garbo was hot, as was Joanne Crawford as the feisty stenographer who befriends the old dude just looking for a taste of the good life. [Rocky Balboa] A "What about my prime, Mick?" kind of schtick. [/Rocky Balboa]
It's also better sooner than later to watch. Some movies get pulled.
As for Bad Girl, I might get to it. I saw this movie called Man's Castle with Spencer Tracy and Loretta Young. It was also pre-code, directed by Borzage and depicted people living in poverty during the Depression. I'll vouch for that one.
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Follow the path I just did, and you'll be asking yourself wtf. I'm not sure if this is a real company or person, but this deserves some sort of explanation. This is not grifting.
So I'm searching for something completely different. I wanted to see if I could identify an airplane that has a solid blue underbelly. The following link was the first result.
It's a strange website. The first thing I saw at the link was this:
They have a lengthy disclaimer including, "Hyperlinks to other web sites, event listings, addresses and news have been posted on the site, but this does not imply responsiblity for, nor approval of, the information contained on the part of the Unwanted Publicity Information Group."
This is what is on their About Us page:
Unwanted Publicity Information Group is an international research data retrieval and analysis information fulfillment network.So is the CIA one of their clients? Who are their clients? They sound an awful lot like the company Obama hating, ex-CIA, blogger Larry Johnson runs.
In 1979, another global research data retrieval and analysis information fulfillment network Kentron Intellect Research joined an offshore information group in 2002 that became the Unwanted Publicity Information Group whose Media Division manages information distribution to private clients.
High-risk research for private clients usually originate from referrals by those involved with a variety of industries such as motion picture films, television, radio, print media, foreign entities, and official organizations seeking data support from those of the Unwanted Publicity Information Group.
International complex cases experience a retainer for an in-depth assessment and preliminary report, afterwhich the degree of research services to be performed is determined.
I basically googled Kentron Intellect Research and ended up with the name Paul Collin.
Paul CollinThis is where it gets very fishy. This focker put up an article at an Indy Media website.
Title: Director at Kentron Intellect Research
Demographic info: International Affairs | Greater Los Angeles Area
Current: Host at Unwanted Publicity Intelligence, Consultant at Unwanted Publicity Information Group, Director at Kentron Intellect Research
Past: Intelligence Operations Specialist at Department Of Intelligence (DOI)
Education: Air Intelligence University
Israel Anthrax Fueled Iraq War Intelligence
The basic premise is that Israel sold anthrax to Saddam Hussein. Unwanted Publicity is saying there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq but they were whisked away right before the US could find them. That's the ticket.
Then there is the odd fact that the anthrax scare in America had nothing at all to do with Iraq or Israel and originated from a US army base. Who the fock does Unwanted Publicity think they are fooling?
I don't know who to believe, but it's certainly not this group. Hmmm, it appears it was the US that used to sell wmd's to Iraq. I smell a disinfo rat with this Paul Collin, if that's indeed his real name. Nowhere in his 2008 spam article pointing to the Jooos do I see anything about the US being the #1 war merchant. This guy Collin is the anti-Assange.
Arming Iraq: A Chronology of U.S. Involvement by John King
From this link it appears that his name is Paul E. M. Collin.
On a side note, I also stumbled across this Washington Post article.
CIA domestic ops go far beyond Shahzad probe by Jeff Stein
(excerpt) According to some insider estimates, most of the CIA’s recruitment of foreign spies now takes place in the United States. Hundreds of CIA officers working out of cover offices and companies in areas where foreign students and scientists abound -- such as Boston, Los Angeles, Silicon Valley and the like -- try to make contact with their marks and send them back home as spies.Boston, as in perhaps with those two of the ten or so alleged Russian spies recently rounded up? Why should anyone believe anything the CIA or US Military says? Apparently there is a Paul Collin who used to be in Air Force Intelligence and now runs something called Kentron Intellect Research and the Unwanted Publicity Information Group. I think this guy is a disinfo pimp who works for the CIA and Military. I don't buy any of his disclaimers. Power corrupts, and abssolute power corrupts absolutely. This dude and these people just aren't as bright as they think they are. I for one am not fooled.