On Deadly Ground speech

Amos Stevens

New Member
Closing scene: Speech given at Alaska State Capitol building in Steven Seagal movie, "On Deadly Ground."

I'd like to start out by saying 'thank you' to all the brothers and sisters who have come here representing this cause.

I've been asked by Mr. Itaka and the Tribal Counsel to speak to you and the members of the Press about the injustice that has been brought against us by the government and big business.

How many of you out there have heard of 'alternate engines' -- engines that can run on anything from alcohol to garbage or water; or carburetors that can get 100s of miles to the gallon, or electric or magnetic engines that can practically run forever? You haven't heard about them because if they were come into use, they [would] put the oil companies out of business.

The concept of the combustion engine has been obsolete for over 50 years, but because of the oil cartels and corrupt government regulations, we in the rest of the world have been forced to use gasoline for over 100 years.

Big business is primarily responsible for destroying the water we drink, the air we breath, and the food we eat. They have no cure for the world they've destroyed. [They care] only for the money they make in the process.

How many oil spills can we endure? Millions and millions of gallons of oil are now destroying the ocean and the many forms of life they support. Among these is Plankton, which supplies 60-90% of the Earth's oxygen, and supports the entire marine ecosystem which forms the basis of our planet's food supply. But the plankton is dying.

I thought, 'Well, let's go to some remote state or country -- anywhere on earth' -- but in doing a little research, I realized that these people broker toxic waste all over the world. They basically control the legislation; and in fact, they control the law. The law says no company can be fined over $25,000 a day. For companies making 10 million dollars a day by dumping lethal toxic waste into the ocean, it's only 'good business' to continue doing this.

They influence the media so that they can control our minds. They have made it a crime to speak out for ourselves; and if we do so we are called 'conspiracy nuts' or laughed at.

We're angry because we're all being chemically and genetically damaged, and we don't even realize it. And unfortunately, this will effect our children.

We go to work every day, and right under out noses we see our car and the car in front of us spewing noxious and poisonous gasses that are accumulative poisons. These poisons kill us slowly, even when we see no effect.

How many of us would have believed 20 years ago that on a certain day we wouldn't be able to see 50 feet in front of us; that we wouldn't be able to take a deep breath because the air would be a mass of poisonous gas; that we wouldn't be able to drink out of our faucets; that we would have to buy water out of bottles; that the most common and God-given rights have been taken away from us; and unfortunately, the reality of our lives is so grim nobody wants to hear it.

Now I've been asked what we can do. I think we need a responsible body of people that can actually represent us, rather than big business. This body of people must not allow the introduction of anything into our environment that is not absolutely biodegradable or able to be chemically neutralized upon production.

And finally, as long as there is profit to be made from the polluting of our earth, companies and individuals will continue to do what they want. We have to force these companies to work safely and responsibly, and with all our best interest in mind, so that when they don't, we can take back our resources and our hearts and our minds to do what's right.


candle lighter
Thanks Amos ... most of it sounds as if it is from a Greenpeace presentation (of which I've heard many) and it truly says it clearly.

Mama San

I think maybe he used the best available!
That speech says it the best and truest
that I have ever heard!
God bless,
Mama san


Staff member
Thank you Amos !! Really nice words !!
I remember this parts from the movie !! It was wonderful and right !!



Engorged Member
On Deadly Ground Speech #2

What I want you to do is snipe the GUY, OK? You can see much better when you're higher.

We gotta talk


We got a big problem here. Intel tells us we're dealing with one GUY; we think we got a ******* fire team out there!

My GUY in D.C. tells me that we are not dealing with the student here, we're dealing with the professor. Anytime the military has an operation that can't fail, they call this GUY in to train the troops, OK? He's the kind of GUY that would drink a gallon of gasoline just to piss in your campfire. You could drop this GUY off in the Artic Circle wearing a pair of bikini underwear with out his toothbrush, and tomorrow afternoon he's gonna show up at your poolside with a million dollar smile and a fist full of pesos. This GUY's a professional, ya got me? If he reaches this rig, we're all gonna be nothing but a big godd*mn hole right in the middle of Alaska. So let's go find him and kill him and get rid of the son of a *****!


Engorged Member
Speech #3

Just who is this guy, just who the **** is he?

You want to know who he is? Try this: Delve down into the deepest bowels of your soul. Try to imagine the ultimate ****ing nightmare. That won't come close to this son of a ***** when he's pissed.
short but sweet

On a late night interview once he said in that thoughtful whisper tone

"You really don't want to upset me"

I think that about said it all right there.


I Belong To Steven
:eek: I wouldn't ever like to piss him off, SAS...
But I would really like to hear him whisper to me late at night, hehehe...;)
I bet he has a real wild streak in him some of the time...
I personally think he can be both tender and wild, and not just in the bedroom, either...
But that's a thought that gets your blood warming...hehehe...;)
That combination is a very exciting thought, nothing wrong with that at all...
He is everything all rolled into one devasatingly handsome package, and I am so taken with him...
He's sooooo powerful...
And I don't mean just physically, either! :D
yin and yang

He is so powerful and explosive in his Aikido move then watch him "Hard to Kill" its called Samadhi its a state of mind as he sits there unmoved deep in meditation it is said to be quite healing for body and mind. He has all those smoking needles in him theres a name for that process but I dont remember offhand but its said to be very effective.

The others are cupping and moxa done only with experts or his help of course never ever attempt to do things like that yourself very sensitive and accurate knowledge is required, Steven has studied that in the orient and qualifies but beginners need someone supervise them, medians are tricky and you dont know you hit one til you did then its not good unless you have trained hands who meant to tap into them..then very beneficial.

and for the poor guy who said Chi does not exist only in our minds..I beg to differ my "imaginary chi" has splintered most powerfully more than a couple of test boards during class. Chi is real people..reporters are the ones that are replacable right? Thought so.