Interview 1589 - Larken and Amanda Rose Discuss The Jones Plantation Movie

10/28/202023 Comments

Larken and Amanda Rose of join us once again to discuss the production of a feature film based on "The Jones Plantation," an animated short that Larken Rose released eight years ago. We talk about original animation, the resonance of the Jones Plantation allegory, how the idea to make that short into a live action feature film originated, and how people who want to contribute to unlocking more minds can contribute to the funding of the film.

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The Jones Plantation (animated short)

Larken and Amanda on The Corbett Report

Jones Plantation Feature Film fundraiser on IndieGogo

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"Jones Plantation" Feature Adaptation Pitch Podcast with Larken Rose, Amanda Rose and Andrew Treglia

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  1. Libertydan says:

    “Mr. Smith goes the Washington” is the name of a 1939 Movie. (see link below). In the Movie Mr. Smith is a good guy that exposes the corruption he finds there. In the “Jones Plantation”, Mr. Smith is the deceiver. Perhaps a better name for this character in the Script/Film would be “Mr. Bernays” or “Mr. Rockefeller” or “Mr. Gates”.
    I could think of a better name for the Plantation owner as well. How about “Mr. Rothschild” (they seems to own just about everything)

  2. padraig says:

    this was huge when i watched it all those years ago. that and stefan’s ‘the story of your enslavement’. waaaay back when he didn’t stump for fucking trump.
    unfortunately my zeal and enthusiasm went off the charts. ‘everybody wants to know this!!!! i must save the world!!!’ hehe.
    nope. just another confused slave getting nuked from social circles ranting about shadows on the cave wall…….. sigh.
    then reality started to sink in. ok. change tactics. one mind per year! a realistic goal! re-motivated…..
    i have a friend who saw it. but it was instant. well, the usual queries. but a very quick awakening. one human.
    i’m glad you folks are seeing a new interest in freedom during the scam. and i’m gonna shoot the larkins some dough. to be honest though…. i’ve given up on folks. they like slavery. it makes them feel comfortable and safe. tucked in, tight as a bug in a rug. wrapped in a lovely, smallpox laden, covid safety binky. eyes firmly squeezed shut.


    • paul823 says:

      Yeah I know how you feel. When I was young I wanted to change the world but now I think the world can go f*** itself. They love slavery they vote the same crooks in time after time after time and attack and ridicule anyone who tries to point out their slavery. As you note, it’s been going on since Plato’s time so am I weird in finding comfort that nothing has changed in all those years? The human race has not evolved ethically or spiritually in any way and it is incumbent on the individual to see truth for themselves?

  3. biek says:

    Hmm. When you parallel this to the world scene, I get the idea that James Corbett and David Icke both have fallen short on describing who the actual players are and what they did.

    Cecil Rhodes had some speech by another that he based his approach on – the Jones Plantation sort of rhetoric.

    The founder of the roundtable was HRH Edward VII, concisely evidenced by Webster Tarpley in his book “against Oligarchy”. He also published two video lectures onto YouTube that are excerpts from his book, possibly on his own web page too. One was about Edward VII and how he started WWI. The other lecture tracked earlier geopolitics and is titled “the Venetian Conspiracy”.

    Over the years I have downloaded and saved over 700 vids from YT and other sources. Ask me if there is something you want…


  4. james.w says:

    Well, I am extremely pessimistic. Billions of people are going to die, horribly – and doing horrible things. Add to the Corona lockdowns destruction-of-the-world-economy the fact that we are entering a little ice age. Read what happened the last time, the great famine of 1315 to 1317:
    “The period was marked by extreme levels of crime, disease, mass death, and even cannibalism and infanticide….For most people there was often not enough to eat, and life was a relatively short and brutal struggle to survive to old age.” Intended or not, this is a brutal purge of the third world, hunger games for real.

    • brian.s says:

      The way you frame and what you focus in is indeed extremely pessimistic.
      Until you change your mind, you have the result or reward it gives you.
      Fear works division in the mind. It may not seem to be fear because it masks in being right. Fear gives reality to your world, and you are getting what you wanted. Breakdown of the Natural Order is the split mind of it replacement with sin – or self-illusion given priority over life and truth and of course Self!
      Look at History. Billions died horribly! And did horrible things.
      But while you can cast your net to bring whatever to choose present, you cannot make the false true. Narratives are always ‘creation myths’ at some level as an account and reinforcement for who you currently want to be.
      The word present is derived from the word presence. There is a world of difference between a coercive or persuasive presentation and simple presence.

      The focus on present as a means to release self-illusion to a true presence is a basis to live from, rather than towards, and so is a basis for the extension of a present appreciation rather than running in mis-identification that frames and focuses us in sacrificing presence for something we are driven to get or driven to get away from, by narrative dictates running a script from the past.

      You can choose to live the life you have in a way that honours who and what you are – rather than frame in guilt, fear and seemingly-righteous judgements that are really playing god with ideas and getting off on them. We do not know more than is given us to know within the moment at hand, and the attempt to define life as a means to control our experience is the wrong end of the stick.
      Hateful experience brings on hateful reaction. A bad workman blames his tools. Blaming the mind is acting as if some part of it has split off or aligned in an oppositional and alien ‘will’. Casting out the mind is a narrative by which to become invested in our own spin, and protect the investment by buying more time, introducing process of diversion and delay.
      Life has cyclic periodic and spiralling fractal patterns and yet we do not go back so much as revisit from a new perspective. A spiral can contract to its centre or expand and really both are active at once.

      [SNIP – Please keep comments to 500 words or less. Longer comments can be split into multiple posts. -JC]

      • james.w says:

        “Until I change my mind”? I focus on reality. I framed what I said with facts and logic. Changing my mind is not a faith based option for a scientific mind. Forcing wishful thinking won’t change reality. All the poor people who died during the Great Famine could not have made it go away any more than ignoring the facts and history today. Stop trying to gaslight me. You said nothing of value. Dr Albert Ellis is THE originator of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, the key to not exaggerating things to totally awful. But he also advocates looking hard at reality, not wishing it away.
        I said nothing hateful and I don’t hate. You pulled that out of your rear.

        • brian.s says:

          Perhaps I cannot get through your ‘defences’
          Until we change our mind ABOUT our mind it runs the same program.
          You can observe what you take to be and act from as ‘your mind’ it sets the parameters of your results.

          Self hate is so deep that you wont see it if you mind is predicated on NOT seeing it. I do not write to pick on your person – but to the temptation to self-reinforce a frame of life as a hateful murder and destruction.

          You may note that the attempt to save us from – is what delivers us to – evils.

    • Step says:

      James W I am not so sure if it is the third world that is about to be purged. They have been relentlessly raped by the west for centuries and for the most part know how to survive this kind of tyranny. It is us in the west who are about to be purged and the fluoridated, media brainwashed zombies are marching right into the oven.

  5. FlyingAxblade says:

    Live action except with musselmen coaching north korea.

  6. Big-_-Brother says:

    I heard about this film days ago, I was wondering if James was going to cover it on his show, glad he did. It’s very smart to create this kind of film especially during the current racial tensions in America. But we must be aware there are fake people out there making movies trying to “inspire change” just like this load of garbage

    • james.w says:

      I sincerely wish intelligence was spreadable and spreading, but it is not. Half of the people are below average intelligence and watching sports or fashion, not reading economics books.

  7. mkey says:

    The Fact-Free COVID Dystopia | Thomas E. Woods. Jr.

    Tom gets really ticked off in this one. Hilarious. Were it not 100% based on real life events.

  8. отец says:

    Will the movie have a line similar to: “The citizens of this country are our greatest resource.”

  9. MagicBullet says:

    Just for your entertainment, an entire section of articles in the Nov edition of the scientific American is propaganda dedicated to quashing questioning of the pandemic narrative. They are clearly fearful of truthers and an entire article is about on-line truthers. You may need to pay to get into it, this one seems open:

    An otherwise good mag has made me want to use the paper in the men’s room, too bad it’s not absorbent.

    • james.w says:

      Scientific Propaganda is what it should be called. They have been pushing MMGW for a long time and will not allow any dissenting discussion.

  10. Fact Checker says:

    The time for symbolic cautionary tales is over.

    We are being murdered. Right now.

    I don’t expect to be alive when this “movie” gets sent to post.

    We will be vaxecuted, long before shooting can wrap on this film, which I’m sure would otherwise be very clever an entertaining.

    But best of luck to the filmmakers.

  11. Miss Terious says:

    We have to act in every possible direction. We must do what we can, when we can. We should do what we do best. We should endeavour to remain in alignment with our highest truth, no matter what we do.

    Donation sent. Let’s get this show on the road.

  12. gingersnap says:

    Do either of the Corbert Report or Larken Rose have a 501c3 we could donate to?

  13. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I really appreciate James doing this 10/28 Interview 1589 – Larken and Amanda Rose Discuss The Jones Plantation Movie.

    I was surprised to hear about such a low cost to bringing about the film. 125k is not a lot of money on a relative basis.

    I am a strong advocate of dissemination to the unaware.
    I feel that dissemination of valuable information is what changes a culture and society for the better.
    In fact, it may be the primary tool which does.
    Societies tend to cling to status quo. Dissemination helps society to de-cling from the status quo of ideas.

    The Jones Plantation Movie can be a wonderful dissemination tool.
    I plan to support it financially. While I have very little dinero, I plan to throw some that way.

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