I've crafted and published a LOT of materials over the years. Just the stuff here in ATS is massive, while with over 435 threads at the moment, where
to even begin with my body of work is a challenge. My profile here is a good
reference, but still it's all random in layout. So this be my "Table of Contents Thread".
I have two 'legacy series' now: "The AGI Manhattan Project" & "Preventing the Fourth Reich". I expect I'll be adding chapters to each 'forever'. You
can see my summary of how these series interlock here.
The Story of the Millennium: The AGI Manhattan Project:
My original 'legacy series' from mid-2010. Everything I worked towards during the decade. I had several other chapters up in the website I launches
specifically for the project. But shortly after I got that far I had Youtube and my paid Photobucket accounts nuked with no route for redemption
provided. Totally screwed the media in the bulk of the some 1,000 blog / forum etc posts I had made during those years (many of which had been
reposted by others further and wider than I could ever really know).
Preventing the Fourth Reich
This is my new 'legacy series'. I envisioned this for the election. I built this series simultaneously along side everything that went into my "Leaky"
series. This is really more about social/psychology than politics, although it is about where the two meet. Many epic threads in this series so far
(they wont always inherently be so).
Iraq: The Killing Machine:
THis was to be my Iraq film. It started with the "Never Forget" opening, ended with the "Killing Machine" segment. In between was to be a montage of
all the Bush lies and such. I actually got the 2 ends pretty close to being 'done', problem was no matter how high I set the Vegas settings all that
cold data wouldn't come out right (with the tech at the time). This also back before Youtube went high def (no to mention the videos were still
limited to 10 minutes) which means this one never had a chance to scream. The counters on the bottom of the Killing Machine interface were counting
things like US/Iraqi killed/maimed, the cost of the war and the national debt from beginning till then (all accurate for the time). The text scrolling
on each side of the screen was the names of all the dead troops. Along with their faces in the one corner, and a animated map of their KIA locations.
I think it took something like 6 hours to render that 17 second clip:
Road to Terrorstorm:
I actually did release "it", as embedded below. This was in 2006, not long after I released TWYS. My original concept was to do a mish mash of the
timeline segments from 3 of Alex Jones' films of the day (for easier viewing for people new to False Flag Terrorism etc). I really love chronologies,
and AJ's docu's were cool. I figured I'd make a cool little intro thing for the beginning. Well as usual I got carried away, and envisioned an entire
new project before I had it all ready. The idea was to make a huge thing bringing in other timeline entries from other things... The real point as you
can see in the opening there is that the viewers TV was being hacked, some outside force was in control: a "TV simulator" was kind of the design (this
was before films like Zeitgeist did sort of the same thing), with the TV channel changing and everything as it moved along. The project was too
ambitious for my skills time and the tech of the time so it went into development hell for about 3 years. I did work on it on and off. Had made little
satire parody pieces for the project (like that Al Qaeda: The CIA-Team clip above in my dark humor section). Eventually I decided to just scale it
back to the original concept of all AJ bits, and slapped my intro on it. I had pissed a lot of my old Myspace readers off as I announced I was working
on it and many were excited, then it drug on forever, and I finally just fast tracked it off as originally envisioned. I would like to revisit the
project, like a TV channel, online, that with the right software clips could be inserted in, the ultimate "deprogramming" thing that would roll all
day long kind of thing (like a video wiki sort of editing panel design). My project files got all messes up, otherwise I would have re-rendered out
the damn "TIMLINE" typo in the beginning (it was only a test render at the time that took like 10 hours or something crazy to render just that opening
portion in 2006):
An Unholy Alliance:
This was to be my first "proper" documentary, my first documentary 'legacy series'. It was all about exposing the AGI Manhattan Project but framing it
around my argument that the Neocon's and the War on Terror, and the Neolib's and their "Global WARMongering" agendas where both fallacious divisive
FEAR mongering campaigns, the end game results of which both fed into the same AGI Manhattan Project outcome. I had
written a lot about it this concept in those days, and even did some big posts (see my
AGI Manhattan Project series above). I was poised to have numerous hour long video chapter releases, the AGI Manhattan Project being either part of it
or interchangeable with it. I had done lots of writing, and some of the video work, but it grew too vast for me alone, trying to keep up with 'news'
trends on both politics & technology in the middle of actively working on it grew increasingly futile, and then my life situation changed a great deal
and I had to shelve "being IIB" altogether for some years pretty much until this summer.
IIB TOC Resume (so I can easily Google this page up)
edit on 10-11-2016 by IgnoranceIsntBlisss because: (no reason
IMPO you are doing a outstanding job of presenting factual information to the general public to consider and decide upon.
As it has been said many times in the past, the information here at ATS is here, because a member posted it and made it available.
That's what it is all about.
The most damaging deep mole in U.S. history was caught because his sister in-law saw him drop a large pile of bundled cash onto a bedroom dresser and
then posted a story describing the event on a internet forum.
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