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Get Expelled - The Movie - Super Trailer
04-05-2008, 05:37 AM,
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Get Expelled - The Movie - Super Trailer
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fn3ujGafAK8
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04-05-2008, 01:02 PM, (This post was last modified: 04-05-2008, 01:03 PM by psilocybin.)
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This is complete bullshit... First he creates a binary conflict...

It just reeks of smear and spin... nonetheless he discredits himself quite well when he says he wrote speechees for those leeches Nixon and Ford.

Notice some of the Joo propa too...
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04-05-2008, 03:06 PM,
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What is Joo propa?

I should think that Nixon and Ford would be not actually an asset, start of the Neocons, but good speakers. Especially Nixon, I remember his speaches appealing to us that were young back then. This guy is old enough to have written some for them.

Here is some info I found on him:

Ben Stein (Benjamin J. Stein) was born November 25, 1944 in Washington, D.C., (He is the son of the economist and writer Herbert Stein) grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland, and attended Montgomery Blair High School. He graduated from Columbia University in 1966 with honors in economics. He graduated from Yale Law School in 1970 as valedictorian of his class by election of his classmates. He also studied in the graduate school of economics at Yale. He has worked as an economist at The Department of Commerce, a poverty lawyer in New Haven and Washington, D.C., a trial lawyer in the field of trade regulation at the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, D.C., a university adjunct at American University in Washington, D.C., at the University of California at Santa Cruz, and at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA. At American U. He taught about the political and social content of mass culture. He taught the same subject at UCSC, as well as about political and civil rights under the Constitution. At Pepperdine, he has taught about libel law and about securities law and ethical issues since 1986.

In 1973 and 1974, he was a speech writer and lawyer for Richard Nixon at The White House and then for Gerald Ford. (He did NOT write the line, "I am not a crook.") He has been a columnist and editorial writer for The Wall Street Journal, a syndicated columnist for The Los Angeles Herald Examiner (R.I.P.) and King Features Syndicate, and a frequent contributor to Barrons, where his articles about the ethics of management buyouts and issues of fraud in the Milken Drexel junk bond scheme drew major national attention. He has been a regular columnist for Los Angeles Magazine, New York Magazine, E! Online, and most of all, has written a lengthy diary for twenty years for The American Spectator. He currently writes a column for The New york Times Sunday Business Section and has for many years, a column about personal finance for Yahoo!, is a commentator for CBS Sunday Morning, and for Fox News.
He has written, co-written and published thirty books, including seven novels, largely about life in Los Angeles, and twenty-one nonfiction books, about finance and about ethical and social issue in finance, and also about the political and social content of mass culture. He has done pioneering work in uncovering the concealed messages of TV and in explaining how TV and movies get made. His titles include A License to Steal, Michael Milken and the Conspiracy to Bilk the Nation, The View From Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood Days, Hollywood Nights, DREEMZ, Financial Passages, and Ludes. His most recent books are the best selling humor self help series, How To Ruin Your Life. He has also been a longtime screenwriter, writing, among many other scripts (most of which were unmade ) the first draft of The Boost, a movie based on Ludes, and the outlines of the lengthy miniseries Amerika, and the acclaimed Murder in Mississippi. He was one of the creators of the well regarded comedy, Fernwood Tonight.

He is also an extremely well known actor in movies, TV, and commercials. His part of the boring teacher in Ferris Bueller's Day Off was recently ranked as one of the fifty most famous scenes in American film. From 1997 to 2002, he was the host of the Comedy Central quiz show, "Win Ben Stein's Money." The show has won seven Emmies. He was a judge on CBS's Star Search, and on VH-1's "America's Most Smartest Model."

He lives with his wife, Alexandra Denman ( former lawyer,) six cats and three large dogs in Beverly Hills. He is active in pro-animal and pro-life charitable events.

http://www.benstein.com/bio.html
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04-05-2008, 04:45 PM,
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hmm... watched the trailer, and whilst i would not disagree, Darwinists and the like are a bunch of arrogant ostriches, typified by the likes of Dawkins, this smacks of 'intelligent design', which is no more than a reaction of Christian fundamentalists who perceive a threat to their religion/authority and end up employing the same techniques as their target. they are also trapped in a Western 'Enlightenment' perspective, both in how they frame their argument and how they view their 'enemy' - and, their complete ignorance beyond their Europeanism.

creationists/intelligent designers have a wish to see their arguments taught in the classroom alongside evolution - Dawkins will throw his hands up in horror at the idea, personally i say, "fine", however, you must also teach the creation myths of Hinduism, Gnosticism, Shamanism... because who's to say which has most validity?

my two penneth.
Vitam Impendere Vero
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04-05-2008, 11:23 PM,
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Quote:What is Joo propa?

I should think that Nixon and Ford would be not actually an asset, start of the Neocons, but good speakers. Especially Nixon, I remember his speaches appealing to us that were young back then. This guy is old enough to have written some for them.

Here is some info I found on him:

Ben Stein (Benjamin J. Stein) was born November 25, 1944 in Washington, D.C., (He is the son of the economist and writer Herbert Stein) grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland, and attended Montgomery Blair High School. He graduated from Columbia University in 1966 with honors in economics. He graduated from Yale Law School in 1970 as valedictorian of his class by election of his classmates. He also studied in the graduate school of economics at Yale. He has worked as an economist at The Department of Commerce, a poverty lawyer in New Haven and Washington, D.C., a trial lawyer in the field of trade regulation at the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, D.C., a university adjunct at American University in Washington, D.C., at the University of California at Santa Cruz, and at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA. At American U. He taught about the political and social content of mass culture. He taught the same subject at UCSC, as well as about political and civil rights under the Constitution. At Pepperdine, he has taught about libel law and about securities law and ethical issues since 1986.

In 1973 and 1974, he was a speech writer and lawyer for Richard Nixon at The White House and then for Gerald Ford. (He did NOT write the line, "I am not a crook.") He has been a columnist and editorial writer for The Wall Street Journal, a syndicated columnist for The Los Angeles Herald Examiner (R.I.P.) and King Features Syndicate, and a frequent contributor to Barrons, where his articles about the ethics of management buyouts and issues of fraud in the Milken Drexel junk bond scheme drew major national attention. He has been a regular columnist for Los Angeles Magazine, New York Magazine, E! Online, and most of all, has written a lengthy diary for twenty years for The American Spectator. He currently writes a column for The New york Times Sunday Business Section and has for many years, a column about personal finance for Yahoo!, is a commentator for CBS Sunday Morning, and for Fox News.
He has written, co-written and published thirty books, including seven novels, largely about life in Los Angeles, and twenty-one nonfiction books, about finance and about ethical and social issue in finance, and also about the political and social content of mass culture. He has done pioneering work in uncovering the concealed messages of TV and in explaining how TV and movies get made. His titles include A License to Steal, Michael Milken and the Conspiracy to Bilk the Nation, The View From Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood Days, Hollywood Nights, DREEMZ, Financial Passages, and Ludes. His most recent books are the best selling humor self help series, How To Ruin Your Life. He has also been a longtime screenwriter, writing, among many other scripts (most of which were unmade ) the first draft of The Boost, a movie based on Ludes, and the outlines of the lengthy miniseries Amerika, and the acclaimed Murder in Mississippi. He was one of the creators of the well regarded comedy, Fernwood Tonight.

He is also an extremely well known actor in movies, TV, and commercials. His part of the boring teacher in Ferris Bueller's Day Off was recently ranked as one of the fifty most famous scenes in American film. From 1997 to 2002, he was the host of the Comedy Central quiz show, "Win Ben Stein's Money." The show has won seven Emmies. He was a judge on CBS's Star Search, and on VH-1's "America's Most Smartest Model."

He lives with his wife, Alexandra Denman ( former lawyer,) six cats and three large dogs in Beverly Hills. He is active in pro-animal and pro-life charitable events.

http://www.benstein.com/bio.html

I know who fucking Ben Stein is...

Joo propa... Jew propaganda.
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04-05-2008, 11:29 PM,
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Thanks, didn't know what that term was. That is a strong possibility. Especially if he wrote for Nixon & Ford.
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04-06-2008, 12:08 AM,
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I think it is.
I liked his game show as it was funny and I liked his role in Ferris Beuler, but I don't think I would trust him. He's a very sharp man but I question his motives very stongly due to his associations with the Nixon administration.
“Today’s scientists have substituted mathematics for experiments, and they wander off through equation after
equation, and eventually build a structure which has no relation to reality. ” -Nikola Tesla

"When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace." -Jimi Hendrix
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04-06-2008, 04:37 AM,
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psilocybin's essentially correct. the binary conflict is:

darwinian evolution vs intelligent design

with the synthesis being:

an outside agency seeded this planet as some kind of cosmic science project
hardwiring the genome with evidence of intelligence and using naturalistic selection to refine and produce mankind.

bingo - i just described the raelian movement

http://rael.org/rael_content/rael_summary.php


ben stein is a great deadpan comedian, btw.
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04-06-2008, 05:22 AM,
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Interesting. I have a friend that believed in the Sumerian gods for years. This guy is smart in all kinds of religions. He surmized that those that came to earth were the fallen ones, long story, he used the KJV and a few others texts and books. In the link, it says we mistook them for gods, yet, they enjoyed it. Kind of like one of the Stargate series. JJ also collects those.

I'm not sure what religion he is, he is just facinating to listen to, guys like a walking info lab. I don't know a lot about a lot of religions, so I listen to him, and get lost fast. According to JJ, aliens are how TPTB will sucker athiests in, and those of religion in as well. He knows the logistics of it and I attempted to retain as much as possible. Unfortunately, he hangs with no one on the web, just works, and does research. Says he is not a CT.

I don't know, maybe the guy is working towards something, maybe not. If he is, I wonder why his movie hasn't hit TV or widely distributed? Being a Jew dosen't mean he is a Zionist, then again, Nixon & Ford were Neocons, but that doesn't mean he didn't awaken. In the 60s and 70s, things were moving fast, and screwed up. Not as screwed up as today, but it was heading towards what we have today.
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04-06-2008, 05:35 AM,
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Quote:I'm not sure what religion he is, he is just facinating to listen to, guys like a walking info lab. I don't know a lot about a lot of religions, so I listen to him, and get lost fast. According to JJ, aliens are how TPTB will sucker athiests in, and those of religion in as well.

100% agreement.
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04-06-2008, 08:55 AM,
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Quote:I should think that Nixon and Ford would be not actually an asset, start of the Neocons, but good speakers.
Especially Nixon, I remember his speaches appealing to us that were young back then.
I remember both of those clowns' televised speeches disgusting me, and a lot of other people. See the movie Network, (1976). I screamed so much I became the Lead Singer In A Fucking Punk Band, just to stay "sane". But what can a poor boy do?

You might have translated your admiration for sellout sleazebags' speeches into a self-identity with Alex Keaton, the lovable little fascist banker/toady.

Or maybe not.
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04-06-2008, 01:58 PM,
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Quote:I should think that Nixon and Ford would be not actually an asset, start of the Neocons, but good speakers.
Especially Nixon, I remember his speaches appealing to us that were young back then.
I remember both of those clowns' televised speeches disgusting me, and a lot of other people. See the movie Network, (1976). I screamed so much I became the Lead Singer In A Fucking Punk Band, just to stay "sane". But what can a poor boy do?

You might have translated your admiration for sellout sleazebags' speeches into a self-identity with Alex Keaton, the lovable little fascist banker/toady.

Or maybe not.


Maybe, but what I was referring to was the speaches of peace and getting out of Nam. The peace symbol was just beginning, and he gave them. This guy started out smooth in his speaches appealing to not only hippies, but most parents that had kids about to be drafted. Of course that was the poor kids, rich kids went to college, poor kids went to war. There were punk bands back then? I remember Alice Cooper, Led Zepplin, Rick Springfield, The Doors, CCR.
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10-13-2008, 07:08 PM,
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<span style="color:red">FULL DOCUMENTARY HERE:
http://www.newtorrents.info/torrent/46521/...D-NeDiVx-2.html


New Religion, MJ-12 & Technocracy.
http://www.conspiracyarchive.com/Commentar...echnocratic.htm

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10-14-2008, 07:19 AM,
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I saw this

total fucking bullshit
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