Part 2 of 2 From Twilight Zone-The Movie Segment 1-Time Out Starring Vic Morrow Written and Directed by John Landis Produced by John Landis Steven Spielberg Kathleen Kennedy Released June, 1983 Distributed by Warner Brothers. Synopsis- Vic Morrow plays Bill Connor, an outspoken bigot who is bitter after being passed over for a promotion. Drinking in a bar after work with his friends, Bill makes prejudiced remarks and racial slurs towards Jews, blacks and Asians...thus attracting the attention of several black men sitting near them who strongly resent his racist comments. Bill leaves the bar very angry. When he walks outside, the supernatural tone begins. He inexplicably proceeds to assume the racial ethnicities of people against whom he was always prejudiced. First, he finds himself in occupied France during World War II. He is spotted by a pair of SS officers patrolling the streets, who see him as a Jewish man. A chase ensues around the city, and Bill is shot in his arm by one of the German officers. Bill falls from the ledge of a building...and abruptly finds himself in the rural South during the 1940s. There the Ku Klux Klan sees him as an African American whom they are about to whip and lynch. Bill is scared and confused; he vehemently tells them he's white. While trying to escape the Ku Klux Klan, he suddenly finds himself in a jungle during the Vietnam War...as a Vietnamese man blown to bits by U.S. soldiers. Instead of killing him, the grenade thrown by the soldiers blasts Bill into occupied France again. There he is captured by Nazi soldiers and put into an enclosed railroad freight car, along with other Jewish Holocaust prisoners. With no possibility of redemption or rescue, Bill uselessly screams for help to his friends from the bar, whom only he can see as the train pulls away to a death camp.
You're about to meet an angry man: Mr. William Connor, who carries on his shoulder a chip the size of the national debt. This is a sour man, a lonely man, who's tired of waiting for the breaks that come to others, but never to him. Mr. William Connor, whose own blind hatred is about to catapult him into the darkest corner of the Twilight Zone. Part 1 of 2 From Twilight Zone-The Movie Segment 1-Time Out Starring Vic Morrow Written and Directed by John Landis Produced by John Landis Steven Spielberg Kathleen Kennedy Released June, 1983 Distributed by Warner Brothers.
Former President Ronald Reagan discusses immigration reform, amnesty, and the plight of undocumented workers. ...And to think, those lunatics who want to close the borders and kick out everyone with darker skin than theirs and then turn around and hail like a god, a man who said with all the passion in his heart "I believe in Amnesty for those who﻿ have put down roots and who have lived here, even though sometime back, they may have entered illegally." How I wish the Republican party was half as like Reagan as they think they are. He'd be disgusted by them now. They'd call him a Democrat or Rhino. “Reagan, who raised taxes over and over again, and tripled the deficit. He couldn’t win this nomination of President on the conservative side in 2011-2012".
Evansville, Indiana...The Klan City 1921-1925. Know history. Know your local hater(s) David Curtis "DC" Stephenson. An evil man, once a local hero and now someone most Tri-State citizens have no knowledge of at all. "This large Klan voting block allowed Stephenson to take over Indiana politics. In the 1924 Indiana Election almost every Republican candidate was handpicked by Stephenson. He had nearly all elected officials in his pocket. Stephenson backed Republican candidates swept to victory in the November elections. The Klan elected the Governor, controlled BOTH houses of the legislature, and Klan Candidates won a variety of local political offices...mostly Republican. Stephenson was at the height of political power but in less than a year he would be confined to a State Penitentiary serving a life sentence." WATCH Any part of this sound familiar? Hhhhmmmm....November 2010 perhaps? Just saying. The Rise and Fall and return of Hate Groups... Beware these men behind their masks, their name is Legion. They can fool those watching their network sponsor but they can never fool a true Patriot. Fight hate and intolerance. Spread the knowledge. Peace Excerpt from Ku Klux Klan- A Secret History Part 4 of 9
40 years later and still dead on in sections. Billy Jack is a 1971 action film. It is the second, and highest grossing, in a series of motion pictures centering on a character of the same name, played by Tom Laughlin who also directed and co-wrote the script. Filming began in Prescott, Arizona, in fall 1969, but the movie was not completed until 1971. Directed by T. C. Frank Produced by Mary Rose Solti Starring Tom Laughlin Delores Taylor Distributed by Warner Bros. Release date May 1, 1971 More @ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0066832/
Billy Jack Takes on the Town. A scene from the film Billy Jack, filmed in 1969 and released in 1971. Students have been beaten and mocked. Billy Jack steps into the Ice Cream parlor to confront the rich spoiled kid of the town and his gang. "Bernard, I want you to know... that I try. When Jean and the kids at the school tell me that I'm supposed to control my violent temper, and be passive and nonviolent like they are, I try. I really try. Though when I see this girl... of such a beautiful spirit... so degraded... and this boy... that I love... sprawled out by this big ape here... and this little girl, who is so special to us we call her "God's little gift of sunshine"... and I think of the number of years that she's going to have to carry in her memory... the savagery of this idiotic moment of yours... I just go BERSERK!" ------------------- "Billy Jack" is the second, and highest grossing, in a series of motion pictures centering on a fictional character of the same name, played by Tom Laughlin who also directed and co-wrote the script. Filming began in Prescott, Arizona, in fall 1969, but the movie was not completed until 1971. The film lacked distribution, so Laughlin took it to theatres himself in 1971. The film died at the box office in its initial run but took in more than $40 million (A Blockbuster at the time) in its 1973 re-release, which was supervised by Laughlin. Billy Jack is a "half-breed" American Cherokee Indian Green Beret Vietnam War veteran, hapkido master, and gunslinger. The character made his début in The Born Losers (1967), a so-called "biker film" about a motorcycle gang terrorizing a California town. In this second film, Billy Jack, must defend the hippie-themed Freedom School and its students from townspeople who do not understand or like the natives and counterculture students mixing. Although marketed as an action film, the story focuses on the plight of Native Americans during the civil rights movement. It attained a cult following among younger audiences due to its youth-oriented, anti-authority message combined with the then-novel martial arts fight scenes which predate the Bruce Lee/kung fu movie trend that soon followed. The centerpiece of the film features Billy Jack, enraged over the mistreatment of his Indian friends, fighting a gang of racist thugs using his hapkido karate-kicking technique. Billy Jack helped raise the level of awareness regarding the discrimination against Native Americans at that time. This is exemplified in a key scene where some Indian children from the school go into town for ice cream and are refused service and then abused and humiliated by Bernard Posner and his gang. This prompts a violent outburst by Billy in an elaborately staged fight sequence in which a professional hapkido expert substituted for Laughlin in the key "facekicking" scene shown here. The film's theme song, "One Tin Soldier" by Coven, became a Top 40 hit in 1971, and featured the chorus: Go ahead and hate your neighbor; go ahead and cheat a friend. Do it in the name of heaven; you can justify it in the end. There won't be any trumpets blowin' come the judgment day On the bloody morning after, one tin soldier rides away -------------------------- Billy Jack: You know what I think I'm gonna do then? Just for the hell of it? Mr. Posner: Tell me. Billy Jack: I'm gonna take this right foot, and I'm gonna whop you on that side of your face... [points to Posner's right cheek] Billy Jack: ...and you wanna know something? There's not a darn thing you're gonna be able to do about it. Mr. Posner: Really? Billy Jack: Really. :)
"Warum bist du hier?" For the Six million Jewish souls lost during the Nazi Germany's "Final Solution" and the systematic murder of millions more the Axis powers committed during WWII. For Warren (1922-1945) and for Officer Stephen Tyrone Johns (1969 – 2009) "Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they do." from Band of Brothers Episode 9 "Why We Fight" [HD] - Nazi Work camp (Arbeitslager) directed by David Frankel and written by John Orloff. Executive producers Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks. October 28, 2001 HBO Winters: Can you ask him, uh, ask him what kind of camp this is? Um, what, ah, why are they are? Liebgott: (speaks German to a prisoner and translates his replies) He says, it's a work camp for, Unerwunschte. I'm not sure what the word means, sir. Uh, unwanted, disliked maybe? Winters: (guessing) Criminals? Liebgott: I don't think criminals, sir. (speaks to prisoner again, realizing) Doctors, musicians, tailors, clerks, farmers, intellectuals. I mean, normal people. Prisoner:: Juden. Juden. Liebgott: (softly) They're Jews. Poles and gypsies. A concentration camp near Landsberg is discovered by a patrol. This site leaves many soldiers both shocked and disgusted at what they're witnessing at the hands of the Nazis. The episode was based on the liberation of Kaufering IV in the area of Hurlach. for more go to http://www.ushmm.org/ http://www.nationalww2museum.org/
Video from 2008. 4/15/2010 Evansville, Indiana 4 white males with Tea Party ties shout "Off with his head!" in reference to Our president at Tea Party Rally in front of Civic Center before the alter of Our Lord and Our Grand Old Flag. 25 and 14 ignore and give favorable glamor coverage to event. -Via A witness The nightmare is growing larger. RE: The unprecedented number of death threats against President Obama. Secret Service report 400% increase. --------------------------------- ASHEVILLE, NC 4/25/2010 — Airport police arrested a 23-year-old Ohio man Sunday who was carrying a handgun and listening to police radio frequencies near the runway around the time President Barack Obama's flight was leaving Asheville Regional Airport, according to investigators. oseph Sean McVey, of Coshocton, parked his car near a gate at the end of the terminal that leads to the runway just before 2 p.m. as Air Force One was taxiing, according to a case summary by police filed at the Buncombe County Magistrate's Office. Police charged him with going armed to the terror of the public, a misdemeanor offense, but investigators haven't yet determined whether he was attempting to target the president. McVey was being held at the Magistrate's Office on Sunday on a secured bond set at $100,000. Airport Director Lew Bleiweis said the suspect didn't get close to the president, who departed at 2 p.m. Police began questioning McVey after noticing his car's Ohio license plate and other equipment, including a digital camera on the dashboard and four large antennas on the trunk lid, according to the case summary. McVey got out of the car and started talking on a handheld radio attached to a remote earpiece, and the officer noticed he was wearing a sidearm. The officer and Secret Service agents asked for McVey's identification, and when they ran his driver's license number through a computer, it did not come back as valid, according to the summary. When the officer asked what he was doing, McVey stated “he heard the president was in town. He stated he wanted to see the president,” according to the summary. Officers removed McVey's Springfield XD 40 handgun and detained him. While searching his Pontiac Grand Prix, investigators heard police department radio traffic, “indicating he was monitoring our frequency when he arrived.” Officers also found a siren box under his steering wheel, several pieces of paper with agency radio frequencies written on them and a sticky note in the cup holder with rifle scope formulas on them, according to the case summary. Bleiweis said McVey's intentions were unclear, but the case remains under investigation. Airport Police Capt. Kevan Smith said the investigation is being pursued by airport police, rather than the Secret Service. Smith said he couldn't say whether further charges will be filed. Swannanoa resident Max Henkell was at the airport Sunday to watch the president's departure when he saw officers converge on McVey in parking lot, where rental car offices are located. “They searched him and it looked like he had an empty pistol holster on his side, and I think I hear one of them say he had had a gun,” Henkell said. “When I realized what was going on, I was flabbergasted,” he said. --------------------- * Bachmann compared Washington, D.C. to “enemy lines” and urged her supporters to become “armed and dangerous” and fight a “revolution”.
The true face of the Republican party and many of their Tea Party pawns. Tell the GOP: Apologize for your hate-spewing proxies in the Tea Party Patriots. It is not acceptable for you to build your party's political fortunes by encouraging and defending bigotry and hatred among your supporters. If we let the GOP get away with condoning this kind of disgusting rhetoric from their proxies in the Tea Party Patriots, we will witness the end of any semblance of civil public debate in this country.