Posts Tagged ‘Political Film Blog’



Boys and Girls,

I can’t even begin to explain how much good stuff is already here on this blog. You’ll see the sidebar and probably ignore it, to your own detriment.

Eight years and approaching 6,000 vital news and film-related items. You’d have to search for a while to truly appreciate the scale.

I created this blog as a place to store all the news stories that got lost in the tsunami of propaganda, as the country is continually brainwashed to reject reality and to accept the dominant myths. That is the problem with America, make no mistake. Who are you going to believe, the talking head on your screen, or your own lying eyes?

Joe Giambrone



My people, my people–you guys come from all over the world. Sundays are a bit slow, but look at the list of countries…


I got Finland people, Croatia, Germany, Pakistan, UK…

Not sure who they all are, since so few actually post any comments, but I’m here, baby.

You know my novels should be available globally as well.


(A Science Fiction Thriller)


(A Supernatural Satire)


The thing is, I didn’t buy any fake ones. I actually block and report any douche monkeys who try and sell me followers.

Now the big question is if anyone actually reads or gives a rat’s feces about Twitter?



There’s too much here to browse linearly.

You’re only going to see the past week or two that way. That’s what the category buttons are for. Only, no one seems to be using them.

The search function is also stellar here, and it finds every post, as long as you spell the search term correctly (unlike Google).

Tip of the day.



Hello my childrens.  Just this morning I received an “Urgent Advertising Request.”

This is urgent, as it demands we pay attention to the need to advertise for online gambling here on Political Film Blog.  They have been “watching” the site for “12 months” and have determined that you people fit the demographic of people who really need to start online gambling, now.

There are two options, and two options only. Let’s make that clear.

A fake article written by them touting the virtues of online gambling, worth a whopping $120.  Secondly an image, a desperately needed image 125 pixels squared (that’s 15,625 pixels for God’s sake!) at a payment of $150 for a similar 12 months.  This is crucial.  This is life or death.  I must decide right now in real time, as I type.

“…we need this live quickly.”



Yes they do.

How can I have been so blind to it?

It’s all so crystal clear now.


They say that they can have the money to me in 2 days  Directly into my Paypal account.

Two days?

Are they mad!?

For an issue of such crucial import to all of humanity?

We cannot wait two days to hear about online gambling!

Dammit.  Are you people amateurs?  What the hell is wrong with you?  I need online gambling in my life RIGHT FUCKING NOW!



Get your shit together.  And fuck that Paypal crap. I want chips, credits.  I need to parlay that stack into millions.  Multi-millions.  Where is my magic?   Where is my luxury suite with top shelf call girls?  I need to bathe in champagne.  I’ll expect a stretch hummer out front within the hour, or forget it.  Who do you people think you’re dealing with?


Zero Dark Thirty failed to take home any of the big awards at Oscars 2013.

“Instead, the CIA learned of the existence of the courier, his true name and location through means unrelated to the CIA detention and interrogation program.”  —Senate Intelligence Committee Letter to Sony Pictures

Articles on the torture scandal:

Letter to the Editor


Academy member, actor David Clennon, has spoken out against Zero Dark Thirty, urges boycott.

“At the risk of being expelled [from the Academy] for disclosing my intentions, I will not be voting for Zero Dark Thirty – in any Academy Awards category. Everyone who contributes skill and energy to a motion picture – including actors – shares responsibility for the impressions the picture makes and the ideas it expresses. If I had played the role that was offered to me on Fox’s 24 (Season 7), I would have been guilty of promoting torture, and I couldn’t have evaded my own responsibility by blaming the writers and directors.”


Ed Asner and Martin Sheen also protesting the film, urge other actors to speak out.


“Co-Chair” of Sony Pictures, Amy Pascal, had the brass balls to type:

“We fully support Kathryn Bigelow and [screenwriter] Mark Boal and stand behind this extraordinary movie. We are outraged that any responsible member of the Academy would use their voting status in Ampas as a platform to advance their own political agenda. … This film should be judged free of partisanship. To punish an artist’s right of expression is abhorrent.”

Torture is a partisan political issue now?

Amy Pascal is a frothing fount of idiocy.

Sony used special insider access to create a pro-torture film, probably fed lies by the tortuers themselves at CIA.  They created scenes, most likely as all-too willing dupes of their CIA sources, which showed information extracted via torture, that never happened in real life.  The real Osama bin Laden location was determined “through means unrelated to the CIA detention and interrogation program.” (Senate Intelligence Committee Letter)