Timely Trailer: Liam Neeson as Deep Throat

June 6, 2017

As Comey Week unfolds, this trailer adds an uncanny note of menace for those who may be mentioned in the FBI Director’s notes.supportdarksnow

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4 Responses to “Timely Trailer: Liam Neeson as Deep Throat”

  1. dumboldguy Says:

    Those who “may be mentioned” in the FBI Director’s notes should indeed feel “menaced”.

    If I was Comey, and had been treated as he was by the Orange Hump, I would be blowing so many whistles so loudly that the windows in the Capitol would shatter.

    The truth will eventually prevail in spite of the Pussy Grabber’s attempts to distract us with his lies, bizarre behaviors, and insane tweeting. Putin can’t save him from himself.

  2. rayduray Says:

    I could be wrong, but I sense that this Liam Neeson film will be another success for Hollywood in creating an artificial reality in the minds of a gullible American public. I’d take this movie’s “history” with a big grain of salt.

    On May 28. Harry Shearer’s Le Show featured an ear-opening interview with Max Holland, the author of a revisionist history of Mark Felt and Deep Throat. It was a revelation to me.

    Here’s a link to the book, “Leak”. http://preview.tinyurl.com/yb4n3ye7

    I won’t hold you in suspense and this is a spoiler alert. Max Holland’s meticulously researched book concludes that there was no noble motivation on the part of Mark Felt who at the time he was steering Bob Woodward’s work on Watergate was the number two man at the FBI. Felt’s motivation above and beyond all else was climbing the bureaucratic ladder. Nixon was simply collateral damage in Felt’s failed attempt to become the Director of the FBI.

  3. paulbeard Says:

    >Max Holland’s meticulously researched book concludes that there was no noble motivation on the part of Mark Felt who at the time he was steering Bob Woodward’s work on Watergate was the number two man at the FBI. Felt’s motivation above and beyond all else was climbing the bureaucratic ladder.

    I never assumed otherwise. Thwarted ambition/disgruntlement is a perfectly sound motivation *if* the facts are there. The only moral victory someone can claim is in their choice of destination, to leak it to a newspaper or into oppo researchers or agents of a foreign government.

  4. dumboldguy Says:

    Ray Duray speaks of “artificial reality” and “noble motivations”? ALL reality is artificial, and virtually all human behavior is at root driven by self-interest (“ambition” here) rather than the artificial construct of being “noble”. Wake up and smell the skunk cabbage, Ray.


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