“The Domino Principle” (1977) is a theatrical film starring Gene Hackman as Roy Tucker, a prisoner released by authorities and recruited to be an assassin.
It’s a known fact the FBI and the CIA use men from prison with nothing to lose for their covert mission (“Wetwork” if you will.) These trained killers are promised release in exchange for whatever it is the gov’t wants them to do.
Roy Tucker’s mission: to shoot and kill an unnamed man from a helicopter. Who is this man? The movie gives several clues. The California flag flies outside the estate of the intended victim. And Tucker was previously imprisoned for killing a man named “Riggen”. Back in ’77, a few film critics criticized the movie for hinting that the intended victim of this assassination plot was probably the Governor of California. (Reagan was the governor from 1967 – 1975, but the film was made in ’76, just one year after.)
Four years after the release of “The Domino Principle” Pres. Ronald Reagan (former Governor of California) was shot and nearly killed by John Hinkley Jr. The Hinkley family happened to be friends with the Bush clan (known members of the Brotherhood), but let’s not talk about that.
At the time of its release, “The Domino Principle” received bad reviews, especially because the storyline wouldn’t name who the mysterious “they” were. Mickey Rooney’s character “Spiventa” (who is in on it), knows who “they” are. They’re involved with finance, with control, with making things happen.
It’s not surprising the MSM would attack such a film. Truthtellers are often ridiculed. Besides, the MSM is mostly controlled by the one-eyed monster.
Director Stanley Kramer knew well enough not to name “them”. Those who do (Stanley Kubrick of “Eyes Wide Shut”) died before its release, allowing Warner Bros. to edit the final cut.
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