June 16, 2016
June 16, 2016
June 16, 2016
FROM The Tampa Bay Times:
In the days after the nightclub attack, news gatherers across the country who requested documents about the shooter and the police response, and have been told many of those records -— even those created years before the killings — are confidential because they are part of an official investigation.
Pat Gleason, special counsel for open government in the Florida Attorney General’s Office, said the documents are a public record.
“Can an agency withhold information simply because another agency asked them to?” she asked. “The answer to that is no.” Read More »
June 16, 2016
The attack on the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida, was the worst terrorist strike on our soil since September 11th, and the worst mass shooting in our country’s history.
So many people dead, so many people gravely injured, so much carnage, such a disgrace.
The horror is beyond description. Read More »
June 16, 2016
ON Tuesday, the Senate approved a bill that would require women to register for the Selective Service, making them eligible for mandatory conscription. Here we have another major issue that the American people will never get a chance to vote on directly.
Oops, but wait a minute. Many voters expressed their views on this issue when the Equal Rights Amendment was rejected in the 1970s, largely because they believed it would lead to the female draft. (Interestingly, some also opposed the ERA because they believed it would lead to the end of single sex bathrooms. How ridiculous!)
The entire fight against the Equal Rights Amendment may be nullified. Read More »
June 16, 2016
PUT on your thinking caps if you wade into reports about the murder of Jo Cox, the British Labour MP who was shot and stabbed on the street by a man who shouted “Britain First.”
Both sides suspended campaigning on whether Britain should leave the European Union after a lawmaker was attacked in her district.
Jo Cox, a member of the opposition Labour Party, was hospitalized in a critical condition, with the Press Association reporting she had been shot twice Thursday in West Yorkshire, northern England. Local police said they had arrested a 52-year-old man in the area. It was unclear if the incident was related to the June 23 referendum. [Bloomberg.com] Read More »
June 16, 2016
MOST FALSE flag shootings include a starring role for the smooth, silver-haired CNN “journalist” Anderson Cooper. For instance, Cooper emotionally read off the names of the Orlando “shooting” victims before the nation the other day. See him here in an interview with the mother of one of the supposed victims in Orlando, an interview that is so implausible it would be, as said previously, hilarious if not so sinister. Here we have him in Newtown during the Sandy Hook false flag. And here and here he is in California, after the San Bernadino false flag, helping in the first case young children participate in a blatant deception.
Cooper brings an icy, suave air of detachment to his often heavily sentimentalized and implausible interviews with the relatives of victims in the aftermath of supposedly gruesome violence. He shows no surprise, for instance, when a Sandy Hook mother just beams days after her daughter has been gunned down and talks of coloring her daughter’s little coffin with Sharpie pens. He shows no surprise when the young daughter of a supposed victim in San Bernardino smiles and stumbles over her script as she talks of the grisly death of her mother.
Cooper is the great-great-great grandson of Cornelius Vanderbilt, the famous railroad and shipping baron and one of the wealthiest men in American history. The son of Gloria Vanderbilt and her fourth husband, Wyatt Cooper, Cooper comes from immense wealth but obviously a highly “dysfunctional” family. His brother committed suicide at the age of 23.
Cooper first took to the stage at the youthful age of three when he appeared with his famous socialite mother on The Today Show. He has actual acting experience as he was formerly the host of a reality show ironically called The Mole, and this experience comes in handy in his work for CNN and CBS as a supposed newsman.
Cooper, by his own admission, is homosexual, and, interestingly, homosexuals have historically been over-represented in covert intelligence operations. There is a plausible psychological reason for this over-representation; those living the homosexual “lifestyle” became accustomed to subterfuge. Cooper’s homosexuality may also provide the motive for his traitorous opposition to the American people, who historically have not shared his love for the “gay agenda,” which he pushes openly on CBS and CNN.
By his own admission, Cooper was trained by the CIA. He attended Yale, a hotbed of secret societies, and did an internship with the CIA. It is a well-documented, non-controversial fact that the CIA has engaged in public disinformation campaigns. Draw the logical conclusions:
As a college student, I had a number of summer jobs and internships, including working at the CIA. Keep in mind, we are talking about nearly 20 years ago. The Bangles “Walk Like An Egyptian” was on the radio. I was 19 years old, and like many college students was curious about a variety of careers.
There was a flyer for the CIA in my college career counseling office, and I applied for a summer job. I was a political science major and was interested in serving my country.
For a couple months over the course of two summers, I worked at the CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia. There are reporters who’ve been in the military, others who’ve interned on Capitol Hill while they were in college.
I know the CIA may sound more exotic and mysterious, but it was actually pretty bureaucratic and mundane, at least the little bit that I saw of it. By the end of the second summer, I realized it was not a place I wanted to work after college.
I’ve told all my employers about it over the years, but have chosen not to talk about it publicly. When I began to travel overseas to war zones as a reporter, I realized that some Jihadist might not understand that what people do for summer jobs in college doesn’t mean they make a career out of it.
Oh, yeah, in case you’re interested, after I graduated college, I briefly worked as a waiter, but I decided not to make a career out of that job either.
A blogger reflects on Cooper’s odd detachment;
In the article, “Anderson Cooper’s Private War” by Po Bronson; Men’s Journal, March 2007, Cooper discusses his coverage of the Rwandan Genocide, and reveals his ” macabre fascination” with death, as he “whipped out his disposable camera” to take a picture of the hand of a woman’s corpse, because her skin “was peeling off like a glove.” Apparently, someone took a picture of him doing it, and showed it to him, and he was allegedly impacted enough to switch jobs, but only temporarily, of course. Hmmm… This says a lot about Cooper’s level of detachment from humanity… Having everything you need in life, materially, while being completely self-insulated from society, must be TERRIBLY BORING.
In the video below, Cooper looks away to affect breaking into tears while he is holding hands and talking to the smiling mother of Chris Leinonen, “victim” in the Orlando “shooting” who is probably relaxing on a sun-drenched beach somewhere right now. His mother, Christine, reportedly a former Michigan state trooper, is a consummate con artist who clearly reads from a script through her sunglasses in an earlier media interview so she must be richly compensated as well.
We know, positively, that there are some powerful people in the media who are conspiring in cover-ups. How do we know this for sure? The answer is quite obvious: The main organs of journalism almost never respond to the explosion of evidence given by the truckful on the Internet that false flags have occurred. Whether it be 9-11 or the lesser false flag shootings, the mainstream media pretends as if all the doubts and question didn’t exist. They ignore evidence, for instance, given by more than 2,000 accredited architects and engineers, showing that the World Trade Center 7 could not possibly have come down as a result of secondary fires. Why no rash of articles demolishing these arguments other than a pathetic one or two? They ignore the credible reports of more than 100 people who heard the sound of explosions before the Twin Towers fell. Why no articles debunking these reports? They ignore the evidence that a missile caused the damage at the Pentagon. They ignore the incontrovertible evidence that no plane crashed in Shanksville, Pa. They ignore the fact that emergency personnel at Sandy Hook never rescued the supposedly dying children in the building. The list goes on and on.
These are great stories. The driving force of all selling journalism is the good story. The fact that the 9-11 Commission did not acknowledge the highly credible evidence of molten steel, which could not have been liquified by jet fuel, at the site of the Twin Towers is a very good story, a story the dwarfs the very big story of Watergate as a mountain dwarfs a molehill. News organs that ignore great stories are reasonably suspect of corruption and some other motive behind their work. Even though demolishing these widely read and considered “conspiracy theories” point by point would make great reading and viewing, the major news organs pretend these stories do not exist, except to engage occasionally in wholesale dismissal of those who raise these questions as mentally unstable, and thus we know they are corrupt at the highest levels. That does not, of course, mean that many people in the media are knowingly in on this corruption. But it points to the strong likelihood that some are. And we have reason to believe they include Anderson Cooper.
It is best to think of him as an actor and disinformation artist, not a journalist. But then CNN is government disinformation, not news. There is no possibility, I believe, that Cooper is unaware of what he is doing. He is too well-connected and too omnipresent. His personal history provides many reasons to suspect he is a willing agent. Pause for a minute and take in this fact. There is abundant reason to believe that a man from one of America’s wealthiest and most famous families is engaging in treason against the American people.
June 16, 2016
NEW comments regarding the propaganda war now being orchestrated by criminal elements in the media and government in the wake of the staged shooting in Orlando:
Sébastien writes from France:
Here is a video link to the ‘victim’ in Orlando who appears to stand up when he believes the camera is no longer on him. There is no swearing in this version.
[Editor: I have posted above another profanity-less version of this clip. It has an annoying soundtrack. Just turn it off. Please note how the man with red shoes, who is supposedly wounded, plants his feet firmly on the ground when he is put down by his phony rescuers, who are walking toward the Pulse nightclub not away from it.]
The reason I want to draw your attention to this is because of the comments such as, “I have over 200 friends on Facebook and a husband that won’t believe any of this. I stand completely alone in my world,” and, “Sometimes I think I am dreaming. Literally nobody from my 700 facebook friends are even close to understand what’s taking place. Not even close. It’s terrifying.”
People who walk away from truth are like Judas, who for three years was a privileged witness of Our Lord Jesus Christ, heard him intellectually demolish the Pharisees, raise the dead and heal the sick. Despite this he refused to accept the truth.
These staged killing and terror events are so obviously fake and yet the vast majority refuse to believe the evidence of their senses. It’s very similar to someone not accepting that their spouse is cheating on them despite evidence to the contrary.
These false flags are the absolute proof that government, media and thousands of our fellow citizens are active in destroying society, truth, God and the natural order. Read More »
June 15, 2016
KIDIST PAULOS ASRAT writes:
I don’t know if you watch news on TV, but ever since I gave up on Fox News, I’ve been tuning in sporadically on CBS, NBC or ABC.
Today, I made it onto CBS news, where there was an interview with one of the “survivors” of the “Orlando Shootings.” He is a black man, decked in a wide-brimmed purple hat (how “gay” is that!!), who had me convinced, complete with his tearing eye, until he describes his escape scene from a bathroom, a women’s bathroom, no less. Why should this gay man, in this hedonist mass of full of Dionysian revelry, care about women’s or men’s bathrooms, especially now with the “transgender” thing going on?
Demetrice Naulings says near the middle of the interview recounting his experience with his friend Eddie Justice: Read More »
June 14, 2016
ACTORS are not generally known for being picky when it comes to well-paid roles and a national audience. Luis Burbano is one of the actors who took part in the Orlando Shooting Hoax. Sad to say, there are probably hundreds, if not thousands, of under-employed actors who, once assured that it is for the good of national security (wink, wink), would sell their souls to participate in the Department of Defense’s campaign of legal propaganda to disarm the American people, terrorize them into bitterly opposed factions and further acclimate them to moral degeneracy — all for their own good and the good of global governance, of course.
Oh, patsies. You will be remembered as some of the greatest dupes who ever lived.
Regarding Burbano’s performance, I would give it one star, at best. In terms of plausibility, it’s right up there with the performance of Chris Hurst (starting at minute 2:10), an actor in the Virginia Shooting Hoax. (See Chris interviewed by CIA-trained Anderson Cooper here.) When Burbano talks about seeing a victim walking around with a bullet that is about four inches long sticking out of his leg — and then his own heroic and entirely unconvincing application of tourniquets — he evinces not the slightest bit of trauma at such blood-soaked events and even seems to smile, so enamored is he with the role. But then the idea was not to wow the nation with a stellar performance. This isn’t the Royal Shakespeare Company, after all. This is democratic, government-run theater and thus has a third-rate, institutional quality about it, as does most propaganda. Besides, Americans are such patsies a one-star performance is good enough. Let the bloggers and you-tubers rail on about how obvious it all was. It doesn’t matter because most people will not believe them and they will go back to the absolutely addicting Trump/Hillary Show, which admittedly has much better acting. Read More »
June 13, 2016
MORE from State of the Nation:
Do it in the middle of the night.
Do it with people who no one knows.
Do it with a gunman who is committed to ISIS, but is American.
Do it right after a number of large drills in the area.
Hire actors who are in a dire need of money – the weaponized poor.
Do it in a dark club where the shooter cannot be seen.
Do it with the threat of a bomb so total control goes into place as the security containment plan.
Do it to a targeted community or people or belief – the LGBT community.
Do it in a United Nations Strong Cities Initiative area.
Control all news coverage completely, specifically keeping helicopters out of the area.
Limit news coverage to “we are being told by officials that” – or “we have been informed” or other cover phrases to say the newscasters are not allowed to report anything but the official version.
Continue Obama’s plan of audacious actions to enact the UN Small Arms Treaty – the gun grab.
June 13, 2016
LUCKY FOR Hillary that the news has turned elsewhere this weekend. Her email scandal has suddenly gotten much worse.
A likely secondary purpose of false flag operations conducted by the Department of Defense under executive order, such as the latest one in Orlando, Florida, is to distract the public from inconvenient news. This would explain why there have not been many false flags recently, as it was beneficial to have all eyes on the heavily controlled campaign process.
Now perhaps a goal of this latest psy-op is to distract attention from anything that might prevent a Hillary victory — and ultimately, of course, get those guns from American citizens too. Or perhaps it is to distract attention from anything that might distract attention from the rigged show that is the election, which helps distract attention from the Federal Reserve and its debt-based scam, as well as from the false script of 9-11 and the War on Terror. Get it? In any event, expect many more false flags in the next few months as Obama ramps things up with his extraordinary executive powers.
June 13, 2016
ACCORDING to “Anonymous Patriots,” writing at The State of the Nation blog, false flag terrorism is “legal propaganda produced by the Department of Defense:”
Why would the government support false flag events?
This question would go through our minds every time we would see a new false flag event plastered all over the media. Like many of you, we would think, “It has to be real, otherwise the government and participants would be engaging in treason.” But the narrative and the evidence never seem to match up. How odd that at Sandy Hook and at San Bernardino there were so many responders from federal agencies and that other drills were already happening on the same day just a mile away. Coincidence seemed unlikely for one event. Totally unlikely for two.
It even seemed that the “official story” that was “fed” to the news agencies was filled with holes on purpose. When 450 responders showed up in San Bernardino, including FEMA, ATF, Homeland Security, FBI, DoD, and all local agencies, within 14 minutes and had their lawn chairs and coolers set up while most of them walked around aimlessly with no worries in the world, we couldn’t take it anymore. We had always known that “false flags” usually precede severe military action and we couldn’t really imagine military action within US domestic borders since the military is not empowered to act against its own citizens.
What is the goal of the recent (since 2012) false flag events?
Who gains from the appearance of insidious criminal events?
What mechanisms are used to silence so many participants, i.e. paid crisis actors, government agencies?
How do these agencies “get away with” using creating lies, distortions, and false flags? Wouldn’t that be called propaganda?
After pondering these questions relentlessly, we lifted another veil of illusion. We asked, “What if these activities to manipulate public opinion were legal? Could there be a law that protects the president and US agencies (local, state, and federal) from conducting false flag event? So we changed our focus and began to research false flags as being legal propaganda. We found the answers in plain sight. We were beyond disbelief when we discovered that the US Congress has passed laws, post 9-11, that makes state-sponsored propaganda legal. Take a moment and think about that before reading on.
Our research lead us to discover the tenets of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 which makes it legal to propagate and broadcast propaganda within America. We are all being treated like enemy combatants whose “perception” must be managed to come in line with presidential “national security” policies. The Department of Defense may now broadcast propaganda with the approval and authority of the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) both internationally and domestically. Just Google it folks. There is actually an agency with this name.
June 13, 2016
THE women’s magazine Redbook surveyed 600 “stay-at-home” mothers in detail. It found a high degree of satisfaction, and the happiest mothers were those at home with four or more children.
June 12, 2016
BILLED AS the biggest mass shooting in American history, the reported events at an Orlando, Florida nightclub this weekend have all the earmarks of manufactured terrorism. Even if many people were murdered and even if this was an act of Islamic terrorism, the events as reported have numerous familiar signs of being staged and therefore we should approach all reports with serious skepticism. Get out your remote controls and pizza poppers, folks, and let the oh-so-predictabe plot unfold:
[This post has been updated and revised]
Notice the following:
** The immediate solving of the crime, violating all norms of criminal investigation
** The familiar blaming of Islamic terrorists, who have no rational goal and who risk their countries being further blown to smithereens as a result
** ISIS reportedly involved
** The death of the gunman, eliminating the possibility of a trial and public questioning
** Implausible details, such as the gunman wielding a semi-automatic rifle and a handgun at the same time; the lack of anyone in a room that probably held dozens of beefed-up weightlifters tackling him while he shot 103 people (50 dead and 53 wounded) and his reported leaving of the nightclub and then returning (didn’t anyone consider locking him out?)
** Unconvincing video footage from the scene, even though the nightclub was obviously packed to the hilt with cell phone recording devices
** The dead reportedly left in the nightclub for many hours, a violation of standard emergency protocols in which anyone recently wounded is immediately evacuated to a hospital
** A relative who sheds no real tears, seems remarkably at ease in front of the camera and launches into a scripted speech about gun control (look closely and notice how she continually looks down at something she is reading) and One World Love
** Promotion of sexual deviancy
** Fundraising appeals for victims that begin almost before the bodies are cold
** Immediate promotion of gun control:
The rifle is the same type of gun used in the mass shootings in Aurora, Colo.; Newtown, Conn.; and San Bernardino, Calif.
Gun control advocates contend that semiautomatic weapons like the AR-15 are a logical choice for mass shootings because of their ability to rapidly fire multiple high-velocity rounds. Defenders of the firearm say it is misguided to blame a gun that is used by millions of owners across the country in a responsible manner.
The rifle is legal to buy in most states, including Florida. In 1994, Congress passed an assault weapons ban that prohibited manufacturing AR-15 for civilian sale with large-capacity magazines, bayonets or pistol grips. The ban limited, but did not end, sales of AR-15s. The weapons ban expired in 2004.
** One World B.S., seemingly scripted well in advance, from our Commander in Chief with deep-felt “honesty” written all over his face:
“In the face of hate and violence, we will love one another,” he said. “We will not give in to fear or turn against each other. Instead, we will stand united as Americans to protect our people and defend our nation, and to take action against those who threaten us.”
Donald Trump immediately rushed to blame ISIS as well. If there were a few journalists in this country they might ask Our Noble, Incredibly Macho Savior how he knows for sure, so quickly after this event, that “ISIS” was involved? I know Trump has all the makings of a great king, and everything, and has single-handedly resurrected masculinity in this country, but answer me: This guy is going to be president and yet he does not follow the minimal precautions involved in solving major crimes before creating mass hysteria that could conceivably lead us to more war? Hmm. He’s either stupid or a fake himself.
Ready to send more of your sons and daughters to battle, America?
June 12, 2016
June 11, 2016
Salon defends their very own writer – and self proclaimed pedophile – Todd Nickerson. Of course, Nickerson is seen as an example of virtue because 1) he embraces his pedophile identity proudly and 2) refrains from hurting others at the same time (allegedly). “Love wins,” you see. [Warning: This article contains indecent scenes.] Read More »
June 10, 2016
CHRISTOPHER BOLLYN, author of Solving 9-11, spoke recently in Idaho. His recorded talk is worth watching in its entirety.
June 9, 2016
APROPOS of the recent entries on older women and dress, I offer this 2012 entry:
One day three years ago, I happened by chance to see an elderly woman walking slowly near an apartment building. She was dressed all in white and wearing an attractive white hat. Her distinctive dress caught my eye, and I thought to myself how extraordinary – and pleasant – it was to see such a lady in a culture where so many women agree to dress like men or adolescents.
About a year after that, I caught sight of the same woman, walking slowly and using a cane. She wore a white blouse, black-and-gray dress, black dress shoes, and a hat the color of straw. Everything about her suggested gracefulness and good taste.
Many comments posted at your blog pertain to vanishing standards of dress, demeanor, and femininity. Thankfully, there are still some women who choose not to abandon those standards. Clancy Strock had such women in mind when he wrote: “…our older citizens are the ones you can count on to show up in public places nicely dressed.” (Reminisce magazine, March/April 1998)
And St. Francis de Sales said: “Old people are always ridiculous when they try to appear young. Instead, let them adorn themselves with gracefulness, decency, and dignity.”
This woman obviously possessed that wisdom. At her age, she still paid the kind of careful attention to appearance and demeanor that many American women practiced scrupulously in years now long past. She reminded me of those virtues in my mother, grandmother, aunts, and great-aunts.
In a brief essay I wrote afterward about that woman, I characterized her as “The Elegant Lady in White. I wrote that she “is a symbol of another age and another way of living, a better way of living – an age of virtues now mostly abandoned…”
A mutual acquaintance shared a copy of my essay with this woman, and she in turn sent me a card and note of thanks. Our mutual acquaintance told me that the lady was 94 years old and always wore a dress, hat, and dress shoes when going out in public.
Women like her are out of place in modern culture, not because anything is wrong with them, but because very much is wrong with modern culture and because modern culture is out of place in any set of proper standards and values.
“There was a time when the elder generation was cherished because it represented the past; now it is avoided and thrust out of sight for the same reason,” wrote Richard Weaver in 1948 (Ideas Have Consequences, p. 30). That was unfortunately true then and is even more hideously true now. The calculated assault on that tradition – on respect for the generations who preceded us – is one of the greatest evils I have witnessed in my lifetime.