Better Red Than Dead

FILMBILD / T: James Bond – 007 jagt Dr. No / Dr. No D: Sir Sean Connery, Ursula Andress, Zena Marshall R: Terence Young P: GB J: 1962 PO: Plakatmotiv RU: Thriller DA: , – Nutzung von Filmszenebildern nur bei Filmtitelnennung und/oder in Zusammenhang mit Berichterstattung über den Film.

Stormy Daniels during a polygraph exam conducted in May 2011 at which she was asked about her relationship with Donald Trump.


The Whole world is now in a pulpy James Bond movie. In a spy movie we get to be a fly on the wall when the Bad Guy alas reveals – in secret – his true villainy! Because Trump has turned most of the known world into his movie – as planned – he fumes when he gets caught, when his true motives – are exposed. Trump got caught congratulating the Bad Guy – making him – THE REAL BAD GUY!

While this treachery is going down, there be his victim strapped to a chair. This is so weird – Weird Reality! If Warhol was alive he would do a sheet of images of Stormy Daniels taking a lie detector test. Again, pure Bond. So is Miriam Christmont.

Finally, an elected official goes off on Trump and Putin, and enhances the drama that is no longer confusing! Hurray for Grassley! Who handed him his lines? Great stuff. It’s no longer about Collusion. It’s about winning an Oscar for best screenplay adaption.

‘Better Red Than Dead’ will be my next Ian Flemming revival.


Jon Presco


  • The leak is said to have angered Trump, who believes some within his national security apparatus are secretly working to undermine his presidency.

President Donald Trump is apparently fuming over a leak to the media about how he ignored advice from his national security advisers warning him to avoiding congratulating Russian President Vladimir Putin on his election victory during a phone call on Tuesday.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) says he wouldn’t have called Russian President Vladimir Putin to congratulate him on his reelection, referring to the Russian leader as a “criminal.”

Grassley’s comments to reporters on Wednesday were a pointed reproof in response to President Trump’s call to Putin the previous day, which sparked backlash after Trump declined to press Putin on the fairness of Russia’s election and the poisoning of a former Russian double agent living in England.

“I think Putin is a criminal. What he did in Georgia, what he did in Ukraine, what he did in Baltic, what he’s done in London poisoning people with active nerve gas, that’s a criminal act. I wouldn’t have a conversation with a criminal,” Grassley said when asked about Trump’s call.

Trump in his conversation with Putin also did not raise concerns about allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 election but did congratulate Putin for winning another six-year term over the weekend.

Before the call, The Washington Post reported Tuesday that Trump’s national security advisers warned him in briefing materials in all-capital letters, “DO NOT CONGRATULATE.”

Trump has faced criticism for not addressing the nerve-gas poisoning of a former Russian spy living in England after British officials concluded last week that Russia was behind the attack.

Produced on a low budget, Dr. No was a financial success. While critical reaction was mixed upon release, over time the film has gained a reputation as one of the series’ best instalments. The film was the first of a successful series of 24 Bond films. Dr. No also launched a genre of “secret agent” films that flourished in the 1960s. The film also spawned a comic book adaptation and soundtrack album as part of its promotion and marketing.

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