Enemy of the State – FLNWO #06

07/16/20131 Comment

Enemy of the State is a typical Jerry Bruckheimer Hollywood blockbuster, including a Hollywood A-list cast and enough chases and explosions to keep even the most easily distracted fixated on the screen. But beneath the Hollywood gloss there is a remarkably prescient story about total government surveillance…and the risks associated with that power. Join us this week as we examine the CIA-approved predictive programming of this 1998 action flick.

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WORKS CITED:

More information on the CALEA Act
http://www.corbettreport.com/episode-129-calea-and-the-stellar-wind/

The Making of Enemy of the State
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4flSayeq2Go

Building a Case Against Controlled Demolition, Inc.
https://deeppoliticsforum.com/forums/showthread.php?1473-Building-a-Case-Against-Controlled-Demolition-Inc.

Marty Keiser recounts his experience on Enemy of the State
http://www.martykaiser.com/enemy.htm

Steve Uhrig recounts his experience on Enemy of the State
http://www.swssec.com/state.html

The Fresh Prince and the CIA
http://www.spyculture.com/the-fresh-prince-and-the-cia/

Chase Brandon’s official bio
http://www.chasebrandon.com/page0/page0.html

Chase Brandon pumps the Roswell story
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2170831/Roswell-UFO-landing-CIA-agent-Chase-Brandon-speaks-65th-anniversary.html

Next month: The Lord of the Rings

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  1. stevie says:

    I suspect details such as dates and times are often important and can be illustrative. In Enemy of the State, NSA section head Thomas Henry Reynolds’ birthday is listed as 9-11-40, (1:31:55 into the film). Given the film’s subject matter, I thought it ‘interesting’.

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