I started with the semi-famous character Dennis Miller - an east coast comedian known for commenting on news headlines, and having a sometimes extremely conservative bent to his comedy. At first I assumed he was aware of what he was doing when he promoted the war against Muslims, which is entirely possible. But after looking at much of his media, I am starting to think he is simply a moron that was truly used and traumatized by 9/11. But then again, he is an actor. And what little he may know might be directed into some kind of hatin' strategy that helps the war-mongering narrative. He practically sounds like a Bush himself in his jokes.
But it's all tied up in the neocon, Zionist world of course and there it's difficult to separate opinion from political strategy. His younger brother Jimmy Miller was a manager for the propaganda stooge Sacha Baron Cohen at some point (though also the manager of the somewhat politically innocuous Jim Carrey and Will Ferrell) and Dennis Miller himself wanted Giuliani to be president of the United States! Ick. Stomach-turning. If you read any of Dennis Miller's blog here: http://dennismillerradio.com
... it becomes increasingly clear he acts exactly like a politically ignorant, cowardly wordsmith because he is one. So it got me thinking how easy it must be for producers to 'direct' this kind of ignorance that a Dennis Miller or a Norm MacDonald might be displaying in their loudmouth ways and simply turn up the volume. I started to wonder about his producers and his promoters.
He was once on a silly interactive CD called "That's News To Me" distributed by Essex Entertainment in 1993, specifically a short-lived group called Essex Interactive. Essex, which is primarily a music industry company, had at the time another label called Special Music Company and they released an album with this quirky cover:
Missiles. New York skyline. Sounds of planes crashing and a sound called "Actual Liftoff Of Apollo 11" on the CD. Alright, pretty standard for the cheap disaster movie loving 1990's. Could be nothing.
But, I feel as though most record companies want to be known and found so that they can make business. Not so for them. Executive Producer Joe Abend and Producer Marc Lipitz are invisible on the web, except for some Amazon book reviews by Lipitz (who calls himself "teacher/recovering journalist") and as for Essex Entertainment? Vanished. Web searches turn up little about them, or about its main-man Stanley Sirote and his SPJ music group. SPJ makes CD's by artists like "Gentle Persuasion" (what a name for relaxation music!) but can only be found in stores. Do they have much of an actual web site? If so, where is it and are record companies normally this low-profile?
Another interesting thing is that SPJ apparently acquired VoxCD, which is a cheap company that just compiles a bunch of music like best of collections, Beethoven and public domain artists. So they don't actually produce new music - they just make money by selling and reselling and re-re-re-selling compilations of music that have been sold a million times before. No creativity required (tm).
Essex Entertainment, Inc.
87 Essex Street
Hackensack, NJ 07601
Essex Entertainment, Inc.
560 Sylvian Ave.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632
Tel: (201) 894-8700
Fax: (201) 894-8630
As far as I can tell, Essex Entertainment stopped doing pornography in the 1980's (according to imdb, if that's the same Essex) and started doing records around the same time - then in the late 90's stopped doing records altogether and now they must primarily exist as a distributor of their CD stock? More "best of" collections?
If you wanted to raise some fast "side money" for the 9/11 game that might exist outside of even a secret budget, I suppose you could have a three-prong strategy of making boring porn videos, promoting boring neoconservative comedians, then selling boring "best of" collections of music. This slightly sleazy but profitable activity could "end up" in the hands of your operatives and nobody would be the wiser. It certainly wouldn't look like a check from Central Intelligence for helping the hoax narrative.
Oh, and just so you get an idea of where Dennis Miller was on the 1993 WTC bombing and Saddam Hussein in general, here are his unsurprising "jokes" on the matter from his CD 'That's News To Me':
Bush almost killed
WTC bombing culprit found - nyuck nyuck
Hatin' On the Hussein