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Oswald in the Middle

PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 4:59 pm
by Hugh Manatee Wins
...same reason 'Cars' has the red and blue cars plus "Mater"...see 'Carl Mather of Collins Radio'...a parallel world of doubles and decoys...

[ON EDIT 12/17/08: This 'Harvey and Lee' website is now gone. Hacked?
Just some google cache text left from Nov and Dec 2008, no images.]

[ON EDIT 12/17/08: Ok, a new image of young 'Oswald from another site

young Frankie Muniz, spittin' image of young 'Oswald'




PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 5:31 pm
by JackRiddler

Are you suggesting that Frankie Muniz's superficial resemblance to some of the Oswald pictures has led to the promotion of his career in a case of Face Hijacking?

PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 5:38 pm
by stefano
Suddenly feeling a bit remorseful about that crack - I apologise. But Hugh, do you mind telling me how you think that worked in practice? How does the "Mockingbird Media" go about a face hijacking? Did a person at the casting agency look for a show that was likely to be a success and push a kid who looks like Oswald? Or was the whole thing designed for only that purpose?

Or are freckles, a side parting and a snub nose statistically likely to show up on TV at some point?

Thanks, sorry man.

The red car and the blue car. Literally and allegorically.

PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 5:53 pm
by Hugh Manatee Wins
JackRiddler wrote:.

Are you suggesting that Frankie Muniz's superficial resemblance to some of the Oswald pictures has led to the promotion of his career in a case of Face Hijacking?

Partly. I'm reinforcing the entire concept of doubles and decoys in spycraft and CIA-Hollywood.

I'm really pointing at John Armstrong's work on establishing that two different boys were identified by US intelligence and carefully exploited as doubles eventually leading up to the murder of JFK.

And the inoculation narratives that CIA-Disney puts out frequently point at the information they especially don't want us to know, like the story of Carl Mather, the red and blue car, and Collins Radio. The whole patsying up of one Lee Harvey Oswald is a dangerous enough history but once you absorb Armstrong's work establishing the use of look-alikes, the whole thing becomes much clearer.

And that's certainly a meme that I've researched quite alot myself.
I've found that a large percentage of mainstream entertainment culture is comprised of carefully constructed decoys, a whole parallel universe of mnemonics meant to create stronger memories than the dangerous originals. And this indicates how much media has come under the sway of CIA and its allies, a long historical process which might seem impossible to those who don't know this goes back to even before WWII when the Hayes Office had a working relationship with the CIAA (Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs), an intelligence agency run by Nelson Rockefeller to influence Latin American populations to enforce the Monroe Doctrine.

And I'm showing that there really are look-alikes that Hollywood uses all the time.
The younger Frankie Muniz looks very much like the young Oswald and retains atleast some of that similarity when he's older though admittedly less.

So I think it is entirely possible that young Frankie's resemblance was noted by CIA-Hollywood and some rails were greased.

If you compared photos of actor Tom Boswell with Dr. Francisco Silva (who can tie Oswald to Clay Shaw), you'd think they were identical twins. ("Silva Mind Control" was hyped as a decoy for this Dr. Silva.)
And Boswell starred in the television sitcom 'Happy Days' which, along with its spin-off shows, was loaded with JFK decoys. Timing.

Here's Dr. Franciso Silva looking exactly like Tom Boswell-
(can't hot link, hafta go see yourself)
Image 7
Dr. Silva, Director of the East Louisiana State Hospital at Jackson.
Photo credit: Joan Mellen

PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 6:00 pm
by barracuda
Now if we can frame Frankie Muniz for murdering this guy:


THEN we'll really have something cool going on!

PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 6:08 pm
by IanEye
I love the Dad character, Hal on 'Malcolm'.


i remember one episode where Hal just sat around and made mix tapes while his entire family was in some sort of crisis....

_ _ _

Seh girl yuh pretty
Yuh face is pretty
But yuh character dirty
Gal yuh just a have to
Flirty flirty
Yuh run to Tom, Dick
An also Harry
An when yuh plan yuh mischeif
Yuh talk bout yuh sorry
Sorry, sorry
Now yuh heard about this little girl her name is Maxine
Her face is like a bunch of rose
Man a if I ever tell you bout Maxine
You would a say I don't know what I know

Murder she wrote (Murderation man)
Murder she wrote
Murder she wrote (Na na na)
Murder she wrote...

PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 6:09 pm
by JackRiddler

Who the f is that guy?

PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 6:10 pm
by barracuda
If you are speaking to me, Jack, that is JFK's illegitimate son.

PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 6:15 pm
by 8bitagent
Move over Jake Kotze...Hugh, youve outdone yourself this time!
I literally almost spit out my soda seeing this post. I don't know how your mind works, but it's pretty unique. Well, I certainly believe in weird things; so noone can accuse you of copying anyone.

It's pretty clear though...most of these people who become icons...Lee Oswald, Princess Diana, George W Bush, bin Laden, ect are carefully groomed from a young age to fulfil a special purpose later on.

Btw, Hugh do you have a blog?

Also, what do you think of the Disney Pixar name "Wal E"?
Your analysis of how suddenly in 2004, "skull and bones" were everywhere is spot on

PostPosted: Thu Oct 09, 2008 11:19 am
by thegovernmentflu
What about author Chuck Palahniuk?


Clearly, this guy is some sort of deliberate Lee Harvey Oswald body double.

PostPosted: Thu Oct 09, 2008 2:15 pm
by Occult Means Hidden

What's the significance of the tattoo?

PostPosted: Thu Oct 09, 2008 2:38 pm
by FreeLancer
I really find Lee Harvey Oswald fascinating. He's the ultimate enigma. He's utterly opaque; totally bottomless. No matter how far you dig, there's always another layer. He makes Andy Warhol look like a transparent extrovert. He's nothing, yet he's everything. He's the sphinx in front of the pyramid. Contemplating him makes me feel weightless and strange. He's the black hole sucking in light. You can't figure out whether you're repulsed by him or you feel sorry for him. He's the thing itself. The inscruttable immutable.

PostPosted: Thu Oct 09, 2008 3:13 pm
by FourthBase
Hugh, have you tried Depakote?

Or maybe one of the more recent meds with fewer side effects?

PostPosted: Thu Oct 09, 2008 3:45 pm
by thegovernmentflu
FourthBase wrote:
Or maybe one of the more recent meds with fewer side effects?

You mean "antipsychotics", the class of drugs that was referred to as a "chemical lobotomy"(their words, not mine) and "major tranquilizers" by their designers until recent decades? The same ones that are used to disable suspects on CIA rendition flights? The very same drugs whose official side effects list includes at least one form of permanent brain damage that causes nonstop full-face tics for the rest of the person's life?

When people here say shit like that, they're talking crazier than Hugh. Heavy tranquilization is not a legitimate medical treatment. In fact, that's precisely how unruly animals in a zoo are dealt with.

PostPosted: Thu Oct 09, 2008 3:52 pm
by Hugh Manatee Wins
FourthBase wrote:Hugh, have you tried Depakote?

Or maybe one of the more recent meds with fewer side effects?

Information is the best medicine.

Have you considered why Marguerite Oswald's tax records are still classified?
Read John Armstrong's work.
Check out Carl Mather and Collins Radio.
Marina Oswald married a guy from Collins Radio after the assassination. Hunh.

Know about the recent effort to get more info on Mr. Joannides released and the resulting decoy movies? Know where Sergio Archacha-Smith fits in? Know what Clay Shaw's middle name was? Know who Gaeton Fonzi is and who died just before an interview with him?

The puzzle pieces all fit, just as I've said they do. And that makes for 'Happy Days.'

edit: spelling