Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Wednesday, December 11, 2013



By Charles Chaplin Guevara    

    Actor Ashton Kutcher appeared with Dana Gould on Bill Maher’s show on August 14, 2009 and said that he had read Edwin Black’s book, War Against the Weak, which chronicles the evolution of the modern pseudo-science of Eugenics backed by Rockefeller and Alexander Graham Bell.  Kutcher mentioned a summit documented by Black and sponsored by these moguls…..Ashton forgot to mention Mrs. Mary Harriman…..attended by Adolf Hitler and designed to provide justification for a world-wide culling of undesirable elements of the human population.  Kutcher called Black's book "War of the Weak"...an important slip?  The weak don't war.  They are too busy trying to survive.

    In 2013, Kutcher played Apple Computer’s founder, Steve Jobs, in the movie, Jobs.  "It's a bullshit job of portraying Jobs as some mythical figure," said Howard Oppie, a Santa Barbara resident and a former chip maker for a small computer products company, BuffaloPie Inc.  "Jobs, the movie,  ends in the most illogical place.  It would be like stopping Star Wars without telling us that Darth Vader was Luke Sky Walker's father.
     “Here’s to the crazy ones.  The misfits. The rebels.  The trouble makers.  The round pegs in the square holes.  The ones who see things differently.  They’re not fond of rules and they have no respect for the status quo.  You can quote them.  Disagree with them.   Glorify or vilify them.  About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them because they change things.  They push the human race forward and while some may see them as the crazy ones (inaudible) ... because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the one who do.”

     Lost on the cutting room floor were Jobs’ words from this same quotation….. “They invent. They imagine. They heal. They explore. They create. They inspire.”
     They heal?
     At his 1984 stockholder’s meeting Steve Jobs’ speech was followed by Ridley Scott’s Tavistock Group inspired one minute advertisement for Apple, the Orwellian counter-promise that thanks to Apple...  "1984 would be nothing like 1984!"  It was Big Blue or IBM that held the role of “Big Brother”.    It was not until Jobs sat down with Microsoft’s Bill Gates in a 2007 interview that the world learned that Gates had a huge part in creating Apple’s original operating system so that while the guts of every IBM PC owed it intelligence to Gates, Apple was Big Brother’s little “holding company”.   The movie, Jobs, conveniently stops long before the scandal of this late revelation became a part of the narrative for an amnesiac audience of brain fried American sycophants mesmerized by gigabytes and ram.

     Jobs and Gates illustrate a devilish dialectic which the apple’s bite in the Apple logo does not flesh out in human terms.  Edwin Black had done that in War Against the Weak when he showed that IBM’s computer cards were used to codify the good and bad eggs in the human family and gave legitimization to the mass slaughter of millions in Hitler’s Germany.   Nowhere does Ashton Kutcher make this connection…or that the laptops that Jobs and Gates created together can now track individuals everywhere 24/7 and are made in Communist China where human body parts are now ordered up like a plate of chopped liver.

     "Time Magazine has Edward Snowden and the Pope vying for the "Person of the Year"...as if anyone who knew Henry Luce should give a solemn goddamn....little "g" as not to offend the Big One!  Snowden has taken public the fact that our individual freedom, the hallmark of the Judeo-Christian Western Civilization's unique contribution to world history, is in grave peril.  The Pope, this one or any other, has done little in a religious assembly characterized by secrecy, silence in the face of horrific scandals and held together by an ethic of obedience and silence that rivals the Mafia' Omerta," said Howard Oppie.  "I vote for Snowden....but throw in the WikiLeaks guy, too!"

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