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Kinh Do Theater Saigon – Now Playing: Evidence Of Revision – Part 5

Welcome to Saturday At The Movies with Saigon Kids.

Tonight we continue with the film “Evidence Of Revision” (Part 5).

If you have not seen Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4 – you can view them here:

Evidence Of Revision – Part 1
Evidence Of Revision – Part 2
Evidence Of Revision – Part 3
Evidence Of Revision – Part 4

It’s recommend you view Parts 1 – 4 before viewing Part 5 of this documentary.

Review of Part 5:

Who or What is the Real Culprit Here?

On January 25, 1993, Pakistani national Mir Aimal Kasi killed 2 CIA employees and wounded 3 others outside the entrance to CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia. Kasi used a Chinese-made semiautomatic AK-47 assault rifle equipped with a 30-round magazine purchased from a Northern Virginia gun store.

Apparently only Americans are ignorant of the CIA’s true face and activities. From Mosedegh to Arbenz, from Diem to Lamumba, from the Kennedy brothers to Allende, the CIA could easily be considered the international version of Meyer Lansky and Bugsy Siegel’s “Murder Incorporated”.

“The business of America is business” once observed President Calvin Coolidge. To whose service is the CIA dedicated? Not the American people or even the President of the United States – the CIA serves the multi-national business interests that exert their control over the lives of people by remote control.

Whether through the hypnotic medium of television and other mass media (which in the USA exists to peddle the goods and services of its business patrons whether those being peddled to actually need such things or not) or the systematic bribing and/or smearing of elected representatives, big business dominates the American people.

When someone arises who is bigger than the big business noise machine, smoke and mirror show, business first seeks to bribe, then compromise and scandalize, and eventually (if all else fails) murders the “competition”. Such were the Kennedy Brothers (Jack and Bobby) ,as well as, Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and such were their collective fates.

Like a malignant cancer, the CIA is devouring what little is left of American and other democracies around the world. They are aided and abetted by the State Department (most of whose embassies are international branch offices of the CIA) USAID (which function as so many bag-men and women for the CIA), and the US military (which provides logistical support and distracting activity.)

Yet even the CIA is not the real problem – the real problem is American big business whom the CIA is pledged to serve. The cause of Mir Aimal Kasi would have been better served had he shot up a share holders meetings of GE, Boeing, KBR, or Bechtel corporations.

Suggested reading:

The Invisible Government
Confessions of an Economic HitMan
The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism

This film was Produced by: *Anonymous*

The Producer of the film does not attempt to draw conclusions from the historical events covered in this film – but, leaves it up to you the viewer to reach your own conclusions from the material presented (much of which has been suppressed from the general public until now).

No opinions are offered by the silent narrator. You are left with only real media from a real time that you won’t see anywhere else. You are left to deal with your own bias on history and will find yourself forced to question your own intelligence.

This is a five-part video documentary series whose purpose is to present the suppressed historical audio, video and film recordings largely unseen by the public relating to the assassination of the Kennedy brothers, the little known classified “Black Ops” actually used to intentionally create the massive war in Viet-nam, the CIA “mind control” programs and their involvement in the RFK assassination and the Jonestown massacre and other important truths of our post-modern time.

You’ll be able to relate to many events in this film series which were taking place while you were in Saigon and after you left Saigon – all the way up to 2009.

As always, you are welcome to leave your Comments below.


1 comment to Kinh Do Theater Saigon – Now Playing: Evidence Of Revision – Part 5

  • What others are saying about this documentary – comments from across the Web …

    “Excellent! Best new doc in years! Love the interview with Roger Craig, a true American hero! The newscasters saying it was a Mauser, awesome!”

    “This is an extremely signifigent and important documentary! Arguably the most informative series ever compiled about how corruption in OUR OWN government has manifested!!”

    “I am stunned….. I had to order this series because my Mom ( who was 16 at the time) had to live through all the B.S. and lies!”

    “Wow! This video is EXCELLENT! If the internet was in existance back then the world would have been able to see that the killings were part of a vast conspiracy.”

    “The best Documentary on the kennedy assasination. I am amazed how much new footage is here. Makes me wonder how much may be out there.”

    “Understatedly brilliant! Makes The Godfather look like a kiddie show. Loved the sense of immediacy. Someone should do an analysis on Cronkite’s body language.”

    “All these videos would make an amazing history class put together. One emphasizes LBJ, the other Bush and Nixon. The picture it paints, man oh man, the Kennedy’s were surrounded by vipers on all sides.”

    “This video, and the other corresponding ones should be aired on national TV in the United States.”

    “I pity the people that will never see this compelling video. We need to promote this film.”

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