Friday, January 17, 2014

Russell David Johnson (Nov 10, 1924 – Jan 16, 2014) Played - The Professor- Gilligan's Island

~No phone, no lights, no motor car,~ ~Not a single luxury~ ~Like Robinson Crusoe~ ~It’s primitive as can be.~
Russell David Johnson (November 10, 1924 – January 16, 2014)

Military career:

After high school, in the midst of World War II, Johnson joined the United States Army Air Forces as an aviation cadet and was commissioned as a second lieutenant. He flew 44 combat missions as a bombardier in Consolidated B-24 Liberator four-engine heavy bombers. While flying as a navigator in a B-24 with the 100th Bombardment Squadron, 42nd Bombardment Group, 13th Air Force, his plane and two other B-24s were shot down over the Philippines in March 1945 during a low level bombing and strafing run against Japanese targets.

  The planes were hit by intense flak and had to ditch in the waters off the port of Zamboanga. During the ditching, he broke both ankles and the radioman next to him was killed. Johnson earned a Purple Heart for this mission. He was also awarded the Air Medal, the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal with three service stars, the Philippine Liberation Ribbon with one service star, and the World War II Victory Medal. He was honorably discharged with the rank of first lieutenant on November 22, 1945. He then joined the Army Reserve and used the G.I. Bill to fund his acting studies at the Actors Lab in Hollywood. At acting school, he met actress Kay Levey; they married on July 23, 1949.

 Russell David Johnson Played - Roy Hinkley’s character in the Gilligan’s Island as The Professor was the key player in setting the ‘Mad Science’ that prepared myself and the rest of my generations to follow a line of thinking reinforced by someone who PROFESSED.

The Professor, you see, was called “The Professor” and what the professor said you must believe and you must carry out. When a castaway referred to “Roy”, they called him Professor with the surname “The”, but when speaking directly to him, he was called just ‘Professor’ without the prefix.

This means that for 99 episodes, installed as a character was one who represented “The King” and when speaking to the king, they would simply call him King. That’s the best analogy I can think of. A king is one who commands science and enforces based on mad thinking, disturbed science and so forth...

...Red, white and blue

These were the colors worn by the three people who anchored the show. Gilligan wore red, the Skipper wore blue, and The Professor wore white. What we didn’t understand back then but do now is that color plays a confirmation ‘plant’ as to who is an scientific authoritarian, subordinate, and the establishment of power and control.

Gilligan represents all of us.. the hapless bungling society who can’t make anything work right. We were taught to rely on authority and science figures.. look what they’ve done. We wear red and orange when incarcerated. We are the controlled ones made to be jailed.

The Skipper’s job is to protect the rest of the castaways under an assumed license. Blue is the color of jails. The Professor wears the white dress for the reason he promotes logic,..: 

The ending theme song verse that is played at end credits says specifically this:
So this is the tale of our castaways,
They’re here for a long long time.
They’ll have to make the best of things,
It’s an uphill climb.
The first mate and his Skipper too
Will do their very best,
To make the others comfortable
In their tropic island nest.
No phone, no lights, no motor car,
Not a single luxury
Like Robinson Crusoe
It’s primitive as can be.
So join us here each week my friends,
You’re sure to get a smile,
From seven stranded castaways
Here on Gilligan’s Isle!
What is confirmed now is that the US has become reduced to a third world country.  In a short time, everyone will have suffered the loss of luxury “No phone, no lights, no motor car, not a single luxury.. as primitive as can be.”  It’s already happening to people across the nation with bankruptsies, foreclosures, and the mess that was not even contemplated in the mid to late 60′s.  It was Gilligan’s Island foretelling us of this part of the master NWO plan.

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