Sunday, 18 December 2016

After Dark - Out of Bounds

If you ever wondered why the CIA is such a mess look no further than this After Dark episode with CIA Honcho Miles Copeland, father of The Police's drummer Stewart Copeland. He's dim-witted, opinionated, arrogant and confident of his importance to history when in fact he's evidentally clueless about James Jesus Angleton's role as the 'the mole' in the CIA and other whopping clangers.

The only thing he ever did that was half useful was tipping off his unremarkably talented drummer-son that the moon landing photography is all studio and so the Police wrote "Walking on the Moon". This song is a self evident parody of the (law of) nature of leg breaking when jumping too high in a purported 1/3 gravity though it was actually on planet earth.... in a studio.

And then there's REM's "If you believe they put a man on the moon" or .. Rammstein's Amerika or Imagine Dragon's Ode to Stanley Kubrick or "Space may be the final frontier, but it's made in a Hollywood basement" - Red Hot Chili Peppers.

On more serious matters we have admissions in this episode that MI6 Director Maurice Oldfield was raping the boys at Kincora (and was thus blackmailed) and a marvelous Tony Benn pointing out to Miles Copeland that he's uninterested in attacking him personally as he has 'no idea what you've done in your career' as a response to a personal attack from the ex CIA douche.

If only the fake left, neo liberal socialists and pseudo liberals could take a leaf out of Tony Benn's book and side with the truth instead of vile criminals like Hillary Clinton, Tony Blair and their obnoxious genocidal lies. That's what the left used to stand for. Truth and Justice. Now they stand for anyone who keeps their mortgage payments stable.