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"The new order was tailored to a genius who proposed to constrain the contending forces, both domestic and foreign, by manipulating their antagonisms" "As a professor, I tended to think of history as run by impersonal forces. But when you see it in practice, you see the difference personalities make." Therefore, "Whenever peace-concieved as the avoidance of war-has been the primary objective of a power or a group of powers, the international system has been at the mercy of the most ruthless member" Henry Kissinger
The World market crashed. There was complete blame from the worlds most ruthless power on the world's most protective and meditational power. So I responded with: "We must now face the harsh truth that the objectives of communism [The Communist Chinese Party's (CCP) Economic Espionage Units called the MSS] are being steadily advanced because many of us do not recognize the means used to advance them. ... The individual is handicapped by coming face to face with a Conspiracy so monstrous she or he cannot believe it exists. The American mind simply has not come to a realization of the evil which has been introduced into our midst" Therefore, like Dr. John Nash would probable think: This is because of our lost state craft of tracing scientific coding in the intelligence community of the algorithmic code of the Communist espionage agents. As "The Communist [CCP's economic espionage units called the MSS] threat from without must not blind us to the Communist [CCP's economic espionage units called the MSS] threat from within. The latter is reaching into the very heart of America through its espionage agents and a cunning, defiant, and lawless communist party, which is fanatically dedicated to the Marxist cause of world enslavement and destruction of the foundations of our Democracy/Republic." J. Edgar Hoover. Which allows the Communist to shape the future and powers that be. As "Our citizens and our future citizens cannot share properly in shaping the future unless we understand the present, for the raw material of events to come is the knowledge of the present and what we make it"
Lieutenant General Leslie R. Groves

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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Hollywood over run by Communist Chinese PLA owned and operated movie studio's.

"Shooting from a new perspective

While battle movies are not as popular as they once were in ChinaAugust First
Film Studio is keeping the red flag flying and updating the genreSun Li reports.
War movies are no longer a popular category for jaded audiencesbut August First FilmStudioa unit of the Chinese militaryhas been enhancing the charisma of the genre.
Founded on Aug 1, 1952, to coincide with the anniversary of the founding of the People'sLiberation Army (PLAin 1927, the studio has produced more than 2,200 films that range fromfeatures to documentariesMany of them are considered to be timeless masterpieces and havewon prestigious awards.
As the studio is about to celebrate its 60th anniversarya retrospective is underway onCCTV-6, showcasing a series of classic revolutionary filmswhich mostly premiered in the1950s and 1960s.
Feng Enhea veteran actor with the studiosays when August First is mentioned most peopleautomatically think of the studio's black-and-white movies.
Actress Yao Chen stars in My Long Marchwhich narrates the story from a child soldier's angle.
"In the pastpeople didn't have as much entertainment as today's folk do," the 62-year-oldsaysadding that watching films was a major pastime and patriotic revolution-themed films werethen in vogue.
"Blending intriguing plotlineintensive battle scenes and vivid portraits of characters played bymarquee idols of that timemany old war films of the studio have been seared into the collectiveconsciousness," Feng says.
"For people around and above the age of 40, August First's old films are still a hot topic."
Liu Jianweivice-president of the studioacknowledges the studio is encountering a challengereplicating its erstwhile cinematic glory.
"The thing isalmost every monumental event of the various war periods in which the PLA wereinvolvedhas been covered in previous decades," Liu says.
"Even though you know a film is a remake of a classicit has to have some changes to avoidbeing a cheesy repetition and win over audiences.
"In the mid-1990s, Hollywood blockbusters marched into domestic cinemas and stole thespotlight," Liu continues.
"Foreign war movies that feature more realistic and grandiose combat scenes and often bring ahuman touch to the harshness of war have influenced audiencestaste for military movies."
Shenzhou IIwhich depicts astronauts on a manned space missionbroadens the boundary of war films.
"The war film as a genre is not as popular as it used to beAlso competing for viewers'attention these days are other categories of films such as comedies and costume dramas," Liuadds.
As a PLA-backed studioAugust First has advantages when it comes to shooting war films.
In the early 1990s, to chronicle the War of Liberation (1946-49), the studio produced a three-part film that is 25 hours and 10 minutes longin totalMore than 3 million PLA soldiersparticipated in the filming of the epic.
To shoot Sky Fighters (2011), a Top Gun-style film featuring a state-of-the-art jet battlethestudio borrowed real J-10 fighters.
"But to revive war filmsthe essential thing is to make changes," Liu saysnoting onestereotype of classic war films is that the heroes are always flawlesswhile the villains arestereotypes.
"If the studio does not abandon this outdated narrative and characterizationits films will beignored," Liu says.
Representing this change is Taihang Mountain (2005), a film about the first three years of theWar of Resistance against Japanese Aggression (1937-45).
Instead of centering on former chairman Mao Zedonga common protagonist in films set duringthis periodthe movie omitted Mao and focused on Zhu Deanother army leader.
Another example is My Long March (2006), which depicts the famous military maneuver led bythe Communist Party of Chinafrom 1934 to 1936, from a child soldier's perspective.
Song Yeminga director with the studiobelieves modern war movies need to cater to thepost-1980s audience.
In Song's The First of August (2007), a film about the birth and the rise of the PLAHong Kongactor Ray Lui plays the general Ye Ting.
Using Hong Kong starsrather than "special-typeactors who have a strong physicalresemblance to political leadersis a trend in today's war films as Hong Kong casts can enlargethe film's appeal to the mainland's young audienceSong observes.
Even if the changes workwar films are not likely to be as popular as they used to beAugustFirst's Liu says.
"In peacetimethe army's mission has changed from attackingto defending the countrySo theangle and the subject of today's war films also require modification," Liu says.
Liu says war films should be broadly defined and points to two films on which he was ascreenwriternamely Stands Stillthe Last Great Wall (2009), about a group of soldiersrescuing victims of an earthquakeand Shenzhou11 (2011), about astronauts carrying out amanned space docking mission.
"Both the two films I wrote bear the core imprint of war movies," Liu says.
"The enemy now becomes the natural disaster and modern soldiers deal with space warfare.To complete a mission nowadays is like winning a war in the pastIt requires collective effortsand it values people's couragewisdom and fortitude."
Commenting on the studio's latest film about the CPC Central Commission for DisciplineInspection's anti-corruption campaignLiu says the conception of the "war filmwill continue toevolve.
The studio is also involved in film dubbing and produced the Chinese soundtrack for suchblockbusters as Saving Private Ryan and Pearl Harbor.
The studio is expected to conduct more dubbing missions for foreign war films in the future asthe annual quota for foreign films to China has increased from 20 to 34, Liu says."

Communist China purchased US owned AMC which was owned by a stock share holding spread. Which was purchased by a corporation known as Wang Corporation where the majority of controllers and directors on their board are PLA Generals and retired MSS espionage heads. 

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