William Oliver Stone was born on 15 September 1946 in New York City as the son of Louis Silverstein (1910 – 1985), who had changed his surname to ‘Stone’, and Jacqueline Goddet (France, 1922 – 2015), who were married from 1945 until 1962. For his movie ‘Platoon’ (released in 1986), Oliver Stone won the Academy Award for Best Director. This movie was about the Vietnam War, in which he voluntary participated for over a year.
After making several other successful movies, Oliver Stone directed also ‘JFK’ (released in 1991) in order to counter all the obvious lies of the Warren Commission. However, he failed to see that it was actually a staged assassination of the USA president J.F. Kennedy.
In 2016 the documentary ‘Ukraine on Fire’ was released, produced by Oliver Stone. Even though it paints a pretty good picture of the real history of Ukraine, he again failed to see the bigger picture. Furthermore, to end with emphasizing the threat of a full-blow nuclear war is something only a gatekeeper would do, as there is no real proof at all that these weapons of mass destruction exist at all.
As a follow up on the documentary embedded above Igor Lopatonok (1968) continues investigations on of the ongoing Ukrainian crisis in “Revealing Ukraine” (as embedded below). In addition, it analyzes the current political backstage and its dangerous potential for the world.
This review was originally written on Saturday 5 March 2022 by Johan Oldenkamp.
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