orz wrote:So, yes, it would be very easy for Disney to do JFK propaganda (again)
Yes it would. Thing is, they'd do that by making some propaganda relating to JFK, not by hiring a voice actor with the name oswa.... FORGET IT.
philipacentaur wrote:Dis is riticulous.
orz wrote:Hugh, please explain to me EXACTLY HOW the CIA could possible ensure that Pixar would hire a specific actor. Are John Lasseter and Brad Bird "in on it"? How could the CIA possibly be sure to override one of the most important creative decisions in the film?
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The Shooter plot keywords:
"plot against the president"
"Bob Lee Swagger"
Joe Hillshoist wrote:Given that in many people's mind JFK is associated with Oswald,(even in the minds of people who believe Oswald didn't kill him) couldn't the above simply be a case of using a similar process to the one you mention hugh, as a marketing ploy?
IE Subliminally (almost subliminally anyway), the association of Lee, formr marine and plot against a president rings bells in people's mind and they think "Well maybe that would be an interesting movie".
robert d reed wrote:Still trying to figure out the ultimate significance of the name of that author Philip K. Whatsizname in the Grand Scheme of things, though...
I can almost hear the voice of Etta James, asking "how'd you have a name like that?"
robert d reed wrote:language is elastic and contextual. Reading comprehension involves much more than merely detecting a progression of markers and boundary outlines through a set of unmarked states.
The context that I have found to be consistent since WWII is the National inSecurity State context of promoting war, national cohesion, maintaining predictable behaviors, and protecting the reputation of the govenment and the concept of authority with conditioning and counterpropaganda to neutralize hostile information.
Given that in many people's mind JFK is associated with Oswald,(even in the minds of people who believe Oswald didn't kill him) couldn't the above simply be a case of using a similar process to the one you mention hugh, as a marketing ploy?
A marksman (Wahlberg) living in exile is coaxed back into action after learning of a plot to kill the president. Ultimately double-crossed and framed for the attempt, he goes on the run to track the real killer and find out who exactly set him up, and why.
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