Washington Post employees review ‘The Post’ movie

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  1. JFK issued Ex Order #263, in Oct 63, which stopped the Vietnam war. Period.
    I had orders to Vietnam in Aug 63, & JFK saved my life by stopping the Vietnam war.

    JFK made a deal with the Russians to ask Cuba to give back the SAM's,
    they were using to shoot down US U-2's,
    if the US will take its dozen ICBM's out of Turkey, surrounding the Soviet Union.

    Watergate was a cover up of the JFK assassination.

    Both GHW Bush & Nixon were in Dallas 11-22-63, along with Howard Hunt, Frank Sturgis
    & Manual Artime, all part of the Bay of Pigs.

    The US media worked hard to avoid connecting the dots, from Cuba to Vietnam, to Dallas to Watergate.

    Yes, you & 4 friends can actually stop global warming.

    Here is the first step: lobby your school board to put 500 solar panel on your local school.

    Then lobby your PUC to requires Utilities to pay $0.49 kwh for surplus solar sold onto the grid.

    If all new construction , in the burned areas of Napa, LA, Sonoma, Lake, etc. were required to be 100% solar homes,

    like Lancaster, Ca requires, the homes would be safer from the next fire.

    A roof, covered with glass solar panels,

    is less likely to catch on fire from flying embers.

    All new construction in California should be 100% solar powered.

    Mass Movement.

    Germany shut all Nukes by building 4-plex homes w

    100 solar panels. We can shut all Nukes

    if U build 4-plex solar home

    We can rebuilt California into a solar economy , using decentralization,

    by each building 4-plex solar homes, with 100 panels.

    Likewise, we can rebuild Puerto Rico as a solar economy if we

    do like Hector Santiago did.

    Hector built a solar home with 244 panels on his home

    and barns.

  2. of course these people would NOT criticize the movie …it portrays them in the way they want to be seen….just ANOTHER jewish produced movie for the good of mankind.

  3. i agree with them on pretty much every point. But they really should stay clear of it.

  4. I was desapointed… Meryl Streep character was weak and Tom Hanks never grew up on me.im sorry……

  5. The movie did a great job showing that collusion between the Democratic Party and the media that serves them did not start with the Clinton's.

  6. This movie was really good and demonstrates brilliantly why we need a free press to hold corrupt Governments like Nixon's and Trump's accountable.

  7. Anything to suggest that they have ever been questioned on this:

    "Although it probably did not cross Ellsberg's mind when he released the Pentagon Papers to The New York Times, he succeeded in doing what the Agency, on its own, has rarely been able to do for more than twenty years: he made the CIA 'look good' through what inhabitants of the Pickle Factory themselves would call a 'highly credible source'." 
    from   https://ratical.org/ratville/JFK/ST/STchp8.html

     The CIA 
    and Its Allies 
    in Control of the United 
    States and the World 
    Col., U.S. Air Force (Ret.) 
    Copyright © 1973, 1992, 1997 by L. Fletcher Prouty 
    All Rights Reserved

  8. I saw it on Sunday and I will say this. I am a HUGE fan of all the president's men. I think this film was a perfect sequel or prequel to it for several reasons. First, the sweeping scenes of the news room photographed at about waist height were almost identical to those in all the president's men. Second, Tom Hanks captured Ben Bradlee so well, as did Jason Robards. I saw a lot of similarity between the two performances. Third was the drama of a newspaper at the brink, to publish or not? Obviously there were a lot of differences between the two films but I think together they tell a much broader and more complete story.

  9. I thought the movie was riveting. I was in High School then, born in DC–now I see it thought different eyes. I must see it again. And I was my daughter and granddaughter to see it too–they'll understand me better, still conflicted about the tension between career and family.

  10. I loved this movie so much it honestly is one of my top movies of all time

  11. Watch the documentary, “The Most Dangerous Man in America”.
    The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers (Full Documentary) – YouTube

  12. it looked as if the character was qualified. THAT is the important thing now days. You don't have a female in a position just because she is female. We need qualified females in high positions

  13. *** Currently being shown free on yesmovies.to, and other movies web sites. Don't' miss it.

  14. It was an excellent film. Streep captured Graham beautifully. The most moving scene of the film was Graham walking down the steps of the Supreme Court and all the women looking up at her with respect and admiration.

  15. Finally just saw the film on HBO. What a fantastic movie and a great ending. It goes to show you how much a film genius Spielberg can be. From the script to filming and post-production of editing I only lasted 2 weeks. It took only 9 months start to finish for this film get out. Just like the classic 'All the President's Men' this film shows how important that a journalist or the newspaper media is. No matter if you find mistakes and say they didn't have this in 1971 or this didn't happened… This was really a great film. 👍

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