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One Man's Brexit
One Man's Brexit
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5.0 out of 5 stars Raucous Two Fingered Salute Against Remain and Brussels, 27 Aug. 2016
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If the author and I ever discussed politics, one of us would end up in jail, the other in hospital. Yet that was the beauty of Leave. You didn't have to agree how the British should run Britain. You just had to agree that Britons not Brussels should run Britain. His blunt language and pithy characterisation of Remain in Scotland had me laughing and feeling uncomfortable, a bit like watching a Ritchie film. We definitely don't think alike, but yet his core assessment of who voted Leave, and who voted Remain I think hit the nail on the head. Likewise why Remain lost. Overall a highly enjoyable read. His recollection of the Summer of 76 is particularly poignant. It was an amazing summer that was recalled for years afterwards.


Godzilla (2014)
Godzilla (2014)
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3.0 out of 5 stars Harmless fun, 10 July 2016
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The best bit is the intro, giving a hint as to what it was like to live in the fifties, the new era of global destruction when fear and technology went hand in hand. First half ok, almost interesting, and then it descends into Marines with guns doing nothing useful while the monsters play.


42 - The True Story of an American Legend
42 - The True Story of an American Legend
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3.0 out of 5 stars Slow, 1 July 2016
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Played with all the gravitas of Apollo 13 or the Right Stuff, I guess if you're into baseball or race relations it may work, but the scenes are so basic I ended up waiting as they stretched painfully. Invictus, which in a sense covered similar ground, was far better paced, far more fun, and you got the history as well as the pleasure. This one I suspect downplays the difficulties (I recall something about razor blades in shoes in real life). With a ten year career apparently, it's not as though there wasn't material.


Pressure
Pressure
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4.0 out of 5 stars Balanced, believable, 30 Jun. 2016
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A sound movie. I won't say more because it would take away from it. Watch it and if will be a worthwhile experience.


Waterloo
Waterloo
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant, 24 Jun. 2016
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Watched it so many years ago and it has aged well. Still highly watchable after all this time.


Continuum - Season 2
Continuum - Season 2
Dvd
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4.0 out of 5 stars Bordering on excellent, 14 Jun. 2016
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Not quite sure why I don't go with excellent. Perhaps a smidgeon off the pace. Maybe too many Hollywood bullets. A fraction too much schmaltz perhaps? Highly watchable.


Deadpool
Deadpool
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4.0 out of 5 stars Likeable and fun, 12 Jun. 2016
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Sense of deja vu, Jim Carrey and the Mask. Enjoyable, different, but a bit self-indulgent perhaps.


The 9/11 Mystery Plane: And the Vanishing of America
The 9/11 Mystery Plane: And the Vanishing of America
by Mark Howard Gaffney
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent but misses on the Pentagon, 5 Jun. 2016
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Excellent but as with David Ray Griffin, the DoD official images are not 'inconclusive'.
Having independently demonstrated that the forward cam is edited to excise the vehicle and display only smoke (interpreted as a 'nose' or 'missile') it seems I am anticipated by Pier Paulo Murru and 'Boolean subtraction", (which I refer to as pixel-reveal).
In addition, further evidence that can be gleaned from the images. Tampering with evidence in a criminal trial is itself a criminal offence, making the US DoD editing a criminal offence, perhaps the first and only such verifiable offence, and yet which has not been prosecuted.
The following may also have been anticipated but I state the conclusions here and my analysis can be seen and read in "911 Pentagon Strike: US DoD Criminal Action". The images show that:
a) the flight path of the vehicle is at least 60 degrees and as much as 90 degrees off the 'official' track (taking it across empty parkland and terminating in a military facility)
b) the vehicle cannot (contrary to Griffin et al) have been a B757
c) a well defined but faint vehicle outline is present with consistent airplane/missile planform (fuselage, hint of wings, vertical tail, single engine)
d) that vehicle outline can be scaled off the Pentagon and track and shown to be far too small to be a B757 (supporting b) but approximately the right size for eg: an AGM86
e) contrary to the WTC 'fuel' explosion which occurs deep inside the building, the Pentagon explosion occurs primarily at the face of the building (though I mention that as only a secondary matter)
Using the pixel-reveal technique:
f) there are no pixels available to be a vehicle ahead of the forward cam 'smoke' confirming that the image is a composite, whence tampering and a criminal offence; supported by discoloration
g) there are no pixels available in the rear cam shot other than those of the small 'vehicle'. Those attempting to show a B757 have no pixels with which to do so
The trajectory of the vehicle is supported by:
h) a linear smoke-trail with smoke-trail shadow away from the Pentagon which is:
I) at least parallel to if not converging with, as it moves away from the Pentagon, a path feature clearly discernible in overhead shots
j) which itself is angled to the right (north) from the perpendicular, rather than the left (south)
k) thus the trajectory is at least from the north of the perpendicular
l) That is further supported by the perspective convergence of the vehicle/smoke trail to shadow line (wide to the right, narrow at point of impact)

In short, proper analysis of the image is sufficient to render all other analysis superfluous, except in that it supports the immediate and primary evidence of complicity and criminal action on the part of the military and the government.

It shows that:
A) The US Govt lied about the trajectory, the nature of the vehicle
B) That the US DoD evidence shows a vehicle the size of a cruise missile or similar munition, such as operated only by the US military and government
C) That on the trajectory, the 'witnesses' to the B757 (which may have existed but didn't hit the Pentagon) are irrelevant
D) That this eliminates the absurd 'melting balsa airplane' required for the lack of impact damage on the face of the Pentagon
E) That regardless of opinion, the tampering is itself a criminal act by a US government agency regarding 9/11

In short, it is all that is needed for a rational human being to recognise that the government lied, used military munitions, and lied again.

Everything else is supportive, and reinforces what even the most ardent loyalist might have trouble refuting, that 9/11 was indeed a false flag event.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/911-Pentagon-Strike-Criminal-Action-ebook/dp/B01F7RW0OE


Continuum - Season 1
Continuum - Season 1
Dvd
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good fun, 3 Jun. 2016
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High BPK ratio (bullet per kill... hey, this is Hollywood, or Vancouver or something) but good fun


The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent and characterful, 3 Jun. 2016
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May be a smidge off 5* for pace, but even watching it a second time, it was enjoyable.


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