Victoria and Starfish Have a Sit-down

The author of this classic Film Noir won the Edgar Allan Poe award. I am jealous. I want to win this award for ‘The Royal Janitor’ for it being the most prophetic work of Propaganda – ever! Here is a Russian Punk praising “ordinary Americans” for betraying their Country some more. These are Putin Lovers bred in Evangelical Think Tanks. This is why I made Miriam Starfish Christling – A REAL CHRISTIAN loyal to THIS DEMOCRACY!

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Asian protestors are asking where their movement should go next. Form a THINK tank like your evangelical enemies own. This goes for Black Lives Matter.

Look at the purple color of Lara Roozemond eyes. I am certain Elizabeth Resemond Taylor descends from the Rosemond family of Holland.

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The declaration vows civil disobedience if Christians feel that their rights to civil liberties of free exercise of religion and freedom of speech are being violated. It states that Christianity has taught through the centuries that civil disobedience is not only permitted, but sometimes required,

Starfish: There will come a time you are going to have to fight. When things become so covert, you will not know who your friends and who your enemies are….you will have to fight to get out of this dark womb that is un-borning you.”

Victoria: But, I don’t know how to fight.”

Starfish: Look in my eyes. This is what you fight for. My love for you has no beginning nor ending. I would kill a whole world for you. You will do this for me?

Victoria: Yes!

Starfish: You are one bad mutha-fucka!

Let me make this perfectly clear, any spokesperson, who throws in our face – and in our President’s face – the testimony of weak, sniveling traitors, is a punk-ass mommies boy – who deserve to get his ass kicked! How in the fuck do the Russians – who pride themselves on borning great chess champion – consider this a great opening move. LOSERS! Fucking – losers!

There are no sniveling back-stabbing pieces on the chess board. Even the lowly pawn, is brave. I checkmated a king with my pawn….or was I dreaming when I dreamt of Victoria Rosamond Bond, launching the Ghost Fleet?

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“I am deeply touched by the caring and active position of ordinary Americans who understand that dialogue between our countries should be based on mutual respect and equality.”

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Russia’s U.S Envoy Says Americans Are Apologizing for Biden’s Putin Remarks (msn.com)

Moscow’s ambassador to the U.S. has said that his embassy in Washington, D.C. has received messages of support and apologies from Americans for President Joe Biden‘s remarks about his Russian counterpart.

Antonov responded to the Biden interview with a statement on the Russian embassy’s Facebook page overnight on Friday.

The diplomat wrote how he wanted to show his “deepest gratitude to the citizens of the United States” for sending “letters in support” of friendly relations between the countries.

“Many people expressed their disagreement and apologized for the ill-considered statements about the Russian Federation made recently from Washington,” the post said.

“I am deeply touched by the caring and active position of ordinary Americans who understand that dialogue between our countries should be based on mutual respect and equality.”

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“So let me say here that, in front of the Chinese side, the United States does not have the qualification to say that it wants to speak to China from a position of strength,” Chinese Politburo member Yang Jiechi said. “The U.S. side was not even qualified to say such things even 20 years or 30 years back, because this is not the way to deal with the Chinese people.”

That truculent comment came in an off-script contretemps that followed the opening remarks that Secretary of State Antony Blinken and White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan exchanged with Chinese officials in Anchorage. Yang delivered an extensive statement, speaking longer than the two minutes allotted by agreement, according to U.S. officials, featuring jibes about the putative weaknesses of American democracy.

“And the United States has its style, United States-style democracy, and China has the Chinese-style democracy,” Yang said during his opening remarks. “It is important for the United States to change its own image and to stop advancing its own democracy in the rest of the world. Many people within the United States actually have little confidence in the democracy of the United States, and they have various views regarding the government of the United States.”

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Sullivan did not appear impressed. “I do hope this conversation will be one carried out with confidence on both sides,” he replied. “So it’s not lectures or long, winding statements; it’s the opportunity for us to explain where we’re coming from, to hear where you are coming from, and to indicate, at bottom, what our principles, our priorities, and our long-term strategies are.”

That unexpected rebuttal sparked a new round of commentary from the Chinese officials, who made clear their irritation at the way U.S. officials prefaced the meeting with a week of travel to meet allies in the Indo-Pacific.

“It brings in China’s relationship with the United States, with Japan, and with Australia,” Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said. “If the United States would indiscriminately protest and speak up for those countries just because they are your allies or partners, we believe for the long term … then it will be very difficult for international relations to develop properly.”

China has imposed a series of economic punishments on Australia over the last year in retaliation for Australia’s call for a credible investigation into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic.

“We are not going to leave Australia alone on the field,” Kurt Campbell, Sullivan’s top lieutenant for Indo-Pacific issues at the White House National Security Council, told Australian media this week. “We have made clear that the U.S. is not prepared to improve relations in a bilateral and separate context at the same time that a close and dear ally is being subjected to a form of economic coercion.”

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Blinken, speaking moments before Sullivan, delivered his own extemporaneous rejection of Yang’s rebukes.

“I’m hearing deep satisfaction that the United States is back, that we’re re-engaged with our allies and partners,” he said. “I’m also hearing deep concern about some of the actions your government has taken, and we’ll have an opportunity to discuss those when we get down to work.”

The Asphalt Jungle is a 1950 film noir heist film directed by John Huston.[4] Based on the 1949 novel of the same name by W. R. Burnett, it tells the story of a jewel robbery in a Midwestern city. The film stars Sterling HaydenLouis Calhern and Jean Hagen,[1] and features James WhitmoreSam Jaffe, and John McIntireMarilyn Monroe also appears, in one of her earliest roles.

The film was nominated for four Academy Awards. In 2008, The Asphalt Jungle was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant”. [5] [6]

When criminal mastermind Erwin “Doc” Riedenschneider is released from prison after seven years, he visits a bookie named Cobby in an unnamed Midwestern river city. Cobby arranges a meeting between Doc and Alonzo Emmerich, a lawyer. Doc tells Emmerich of his plan to steal jewelry worth half a million dollars or more. Doc needs $50,000 to hire three men—a safecracker, a driver, and a hooligan—to pull off the caper. Emmerich agrees to provide the money and dispose of the loot.

Doc hires Louie Ciavelli, a professional safecracker. Ciavelli only trusts Gus Minissi, a hunchbacked diner owner, as the getaway driver. The last member of the gang is petty criminal Dix Handley, a friend of Gus. Dix tells Doll Conovan—who is in love with him—of his dream to buy back the horse farm that his family lost.

During the heist, Ciavelli hammers through a brick wall to access the jewelry store, deactivates a door alarm to let in Doc and Dix, and opens the main safe using home-brewed nitroglycerine. Things begin to go drastically wrong. The concussion of the explosion disrupts the power grid, causing several alarms in the area to sound. Dix slugs an arriving security guard, who drops his revolver, which discharges and wounds Ciavelli in the belly. The men get away unseen, but a police manhunt begins.

Ciavelli insists on being taken home by Gus. Dix and Doc take the loot to Emmerich, who confesses he is broke. He had sent Bob Brannom, a private detective, to collect sums owed to him, but Brannom was unsuccessful. Desperate for cash, Emmerich plotted to double-cross the others with Brannom’s help. Emmerich suggests that Doc leave the jewelry with him, but Doc and Dix grow suspicious. When Brannom brandishes a gun, Dix kills him but is wounded himself. Doc scolds Emmerich for his foolish plan and tells him to contact the jeweler’s insurance company and offer to return the valuables for 25% of their value.

Emmerich disposes of Brannom’s body in the river, but the police find the corpse. When they question him, Emmerich lies about his whereabouts and claims he spent the night with his mistress, Angela Phinlay.

Under pressure from police commissioner Hardy, police lieutenant Ditrich—who Cobby had previously bribed for protection—beats the bookie into confessing everything in a vain attempt to save himself. He is later arrested for corruption.

With the confession, Hardy arrests Emmerich and pressures Angela to tell the truth about his whereabouts the night of the crime. Emmerich is permitted to leave the room to phone his wife and commits suicide. After Gus is arrested, he attacks Cobby at the jail. When the police break down Ciavelli’s door, they find they have interrupted his funeral.

That leaves Doc and Dix, who separate. Doc asks a taxi driver to drive him to Cleveland. They stop at a roadside diner, where Doc is distracted by a pretty young woman dancing to jukebox tunes. Because of the delay, Doc is recognized by two policemen, who arrest him after finding the stolen jewels hidden in his overcoat.

Doll gets Dix a car and insists on accompanying him. When he passes out from loss of blood, Doll takes him to a doctor who phones the police to report the gunshot wound. Dix regains consciousness during an IV infusion and escapes before they arrive. He and Doll arrive at his Kentucky horse farm across the Ohio River from Cincinnati. Dix stumbles into the pasture, collapses, and dies.

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1 Response to Victoria and Starfish Have a Sit-down

  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    “And the United States has its style, United States-style democracy, and China has the Chinese-style democracy,” Yang said during his opening remarks. “It is important for the United States to change its own image and to stop advancing its own democracy in the rest of the world. Many people within the United States actually have little confidence in the democracy of the United States, and they have various views regarding the government of the United States.”

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