|Clint Eastwood and Dan "Hoss|
Brown wrote of the experience in his book, Footsteps In Science. Initially tested in five regions of the U.S., the 911 system was eventually domiciled in San Diego, California because of what Obilgulie said was “reasons beyond my immediate understanding. San Diego is home to the Marine Corp and the Navy SEALS and it has significant ties to the U.S. military complex. This, too, may have informed Dan Blocker’s anger about the Vietnam War,” said Obilgulie who questioned the need for all 911 calls to be routed through a central nation-wide location.
|Actor Clint Walker who played "Cheyenne" sees|
Republican President as best hope for
America's 2nd Half.
Samuel Hamilton Walker, for whom Walker County, Texas is named is home of Robert Lovett. Lovett, Prescott Bush’s partner at Brown Brothers Harriman was the leading American advocate of the policy of terror-bombing of civilians during World War II. Lovett was the designer of the American and British Strategic Bombing Survey carried out by American and British governments by the staff of the Prudential Insurance Company and guided by London’s Tavistock Group.
“Hoss Cartright’s home in Hollywood is today owned by Rob Zombie, the satanic cultist who makes demonic slasher movies,” said Obilgulie who also wondered if Rob Zombie is a disciple of San Francisco's Anton LaVey who formed The Church of Satan or of Col. Michael Aquino, the LaVey disciple and former head of the off-shoot Temple of Set, a satanic group accused of ritual child abuse, whose current leader teaches college in Austin, Texas. "The generous, big-hearted family man, Hoss, is surely spinning in his grave," said Obilgulie who indicated that the University of Texas' endowment fund associated with Frank Irwin and later with Thomas Hicks, George W. Bush's partner in the Texan baseball franchise, has long been used to fund leading producers of America's "arsenal of freedom". "Anyone who has studied the Vietnam War and the second Iraq War or, hell, the first Iraq War when you add our placement of Saddam Hussein on his throne, not to mention the Shah of Iran or Egypt's Mubarak and then you know that it's just as much an American arsenal of fleece-dom," said Obilgulie as he recalled the key players in the "Business Plot" and the part that Marine General Smedley Butler, a man not unlike Marine Dan Blocker or Clint Eastwood, played in that rarely discussed chapter in American politics.