Threads Being Lost

March 11, 2020

This past week, I heard Mika B. on Morning Joe and Rachel Maddow both proclaim that Trump was lying about the Coronoavirus “just like he lied about the Ukraine call”.

When I heard Mika say it, I thought she had somehow lost the thread. When I heard Rachel say the exact same thing, I knew it was still a Liberal talking point.

Yes, even though that supposed lie had led to the impeachment – which acquitted the President – they continue resurrecting the charge – the lie – about the Ukraine call.

And in other news this past week, Crowdstrike – the famous group that gave us the Steele Dossier which began the Russian hacking hoax – are now backtracking their frequent claims and now say they are not sure who hacked the DNC servers.

Well, we know who hacked the servers! It was Seth Rich. Analysts have determined that the rate of transfer for the files could only have taken place to a thumbdrive – the rates are impossibly fast for any internet or off-site wireless connection.

Seth Rich downloaded the data to a thumbdrive and gave it to Wikileaks and was then subsequently snuffed by two members of MS-13 (illegal aliens, go figure) who did not rob him after the killing.

Still, the Liberal talking heads bring up the Russian connection and claim Trump is behind it all when it should appear obvious to practically any rational human that the claims are baseless.

So, maybe you happen to believe Mika and Rachel…?

That’s your privilege.

At least we live in a country free enough that one is allowed to lose the thread and proclaim any tale they want.

Thank God we do not live in a socialist regime, huh?

Trump the Savior? – Mis-directions, Continued

June 30, 2018

Since the election I am sure all of us have noted the uproar on the streets, in the press, and most assuredly on social media about the end of /or/ the saving of the world.

Neither is really anywhere close to the truth… not even close to being almost ballpark.

Trump is said to be draining the swamp but it appears he is building another very similar swamp in its place. Gee, how “earth-shattering”, huh?

The problem – as always – is that people take sides. Yes, here in America where the history is quite clear on this… “united we stand, divided we fall”… which they do not seem to stress much anymore (wonder why?)… we are all divided AF over… you guessed it: everything!

We have always had sore losers. Those people that do not get their way – third grade playgrounds rules apply – whine and complain about their misfortunes.

And the loudest whiners appear to be those who voted for the losing candidate.

I understand what it’s like backing the losing horse. In every election since I was old enough to know what was going on (1960), I have picked the loser. Without fail, the candidate of my choice has lost the election or, as sometimes happens, never makes it to November. Only once that happened due to assassination of the candidate but it usually happens due to the primaries. And when my candidate loses in the primaries, the one I pick in the general election seems to lose as well. And it is not because I always choose third and fourth party candidates.

The elections may not be hacked by the Russians but they don’t really need to be hacked at all because the system is broken and no matter which candidate gets elected, the middle class is going to suffer.

Bush started the wars in the Middle East and Obama promised to end them… eight years later we are fighting in MORE places than when he started. Trump said he would stop the war as well but after two years has still done nothing in that direction.

Since Reagan was President, the percentage of wealth held by the 1% in this country has grown at alarming rates that have been undeterred regardless of the party of the President in office or the party that controlled Congress. The entire facade is nothing more than a sham.

And yet there are so many people in America decrying the death of everything because of Trump while others are screaming that he has somehow saved us all.

It really is quite humorous.

When family, friends, or neighbors attempt to engage me about such matters (left or right, green or blue or black, space force or NorK or MidEast or war machine or oil or “Global Warming” or save the freakin’ whales or whatever) I tell them to come back when they’ve actually got something to say.

Taking one side of any issue that includes – at least in their minds – only one opposing side is a lose-lose proposition.

People really need to get a tad outside the damned box a little more often, don’t you think?

Incontrovertibly Interwoven

June 28, 2018


It seems our society at present lauds the “innovation” by people like Elon Musk who created a company called “Tesla” to bring us electrical automobiles.

Given enough money and time, anyone could have taken the idea and created the Tesla.

We actually need people who are completely visionary. Tesla spoke about free energy. I do not see Musk’s creation giving anyone any of that.

The system in which we live caters to those who would more firmly entrench us in the matrix of this broken construct.

Revolutionary ideas that truly go beyond the pale – as the original Tesla concepts did – are what we need. But since those sorts of things do not bolster up this illusion around us, they are usually marginalized, ridiculed, or completely ignored.

And now THOSE things are becoming harder and harder to find.

The largest search engines on the planet (Yahoo and Google) no longer “search” very well. “Direct” is what they do.

In the past, I could do a search and flip back to page five or so to find the really off-the-grid sort of things. Nowadays, those do not even appear by page twenty… or thirty, forty, fifty… if ever. And I know the web pages still exist because I saved the web address in my notes years ago and can still access them.

These things have become “unsearchable” according to the new “guidelines” (i.e. mind control tools) being used by the giants of the internet. Instead when you get into the back pages of your search you will start to see the SAME webpages appearing again and again on the succeeding pages. Yes, rather than show you “more” results, they simply keep showing you the same ones, pretending that they are somehow “new” results.

The internet is very quickly becoming a user-unfriendly environment, just another tool to help facilitate getting all of us in lock-step with the agenda.

We do not get red or blue pills.

No, not even that illusion of choice.

Putin’s Violin

July 13, 2017

America’s obsession with “Russian interference” has reached a fever pitch… and all I can do is laugh.

Trump Jr went to a meeting to “get dirt on Hillary” but none such was actually received.

There have been blips and burps of connections with Russia leaked for months concerning BOTH Trump and Clinton and those who care about such things are frothing at the mouth to dig in.

Surprise! Just like Trump Jr’s meeting: all talk and no substance.

How better to manipulate the American political climate but to imply connections with either or both parties’ candidates, set up meetings to cast suspicion on everyone, and then sit back and enjoy the show?

You do not have to actually interfere in anything, just drop hints about the “furtive” meetings and allow the media to dig a little to find the “scoop”. You know, that thing you use to clean out the cat box.

And that amounts to what we are seeing mostly here, after months and months of ravenous searching.

Is Russia interfering in American politics?


And all Putin had to do was infer that he was interfering in American politics… then sit back and watch us rip out each other’s throats.

Who needs a Stradivarius?

Putin has America.

the Most Assassinated President in History

May 29, 2017


There have been four Presidents in American history that have been removed from office – as well as this physical plane – through assassination.

James A. Garfield and William McKinley are rarely remembered today even though they were shot to death while in office. The other two, Lincoln and Kennedy, have been revered long after their demise. The former has had his reputation steadily increased over the decades while the other finds himself further and further tarnished.

Why has it been necessary for John F. Kennedy to be assassinated more than once?

The physical assassination was witnessed by many and the horrific act shocked the world. Nations across the globe issued stamps honoring the man in whom more than one nation’s people saw a bright and shining light for the future.

It is perhaps because of that international reverence that the second assassination took place; the character assassination of Kennedy began with rumors of infidelity, a few tawdry books based on speculation and rumor, and a now general consensus that the man was less than stellar as a human being. James DiEugenio has shown how the illusion of moral shortcomings came to be in his 1997 study, “The Posthumous Assassination of John F. Kennedy“.

Apparently, though most people bought that pack of lies, they still continued to revere the memory of the man who let us glimpse a modern Camelot. So, there has now come a third, a political assassination of Kennedy and his ideas. At the fiftieth anniversary of the passage of the Civil Rights Bill, many stated that it was all Lyndon Johnson’s idea, and not Kennedy’s. Instead, that conveniently moved the War in Viet Name from LBJ’s list of accomplishments to JFK’s.

I was there and I remember quite clearly all the work President Kennedy and his brother, Robert, did for Civil Rights and when LBJ took office he stated – quite clearly – that he would ensure the passage of the Civil Rights act because it was something very dear to JFK.

Why are they trying to re-write history again?

Because, it seems, too many people still think a little too highly of JFK.

And many of those people would still like to discover the plot behind his death and removal.

Kennedy might not have lived to the ripe old age of one-hundred, but he most assuredly did not deserve to die as young as he did.

These continuing attempts at posthumous assassination only underscores the fact that someone is still running scared about what might be discovered.

If only everyone could learn to loathe Kennedy and all he stood for, some people would certainly sleep more easily at night.

Nope. Ain’t gonna happen.

Not What You Think

March 10, 2016

A few days following Super Tuesday’s clean-up by Donald Trump, one commenter on one of the wire services said that Trump was only running to put Hillary in the White House.

Most of the responders to him called him a kook, a crack pot, or simply an idiot. Some added more to their ribbing with snippets like “why would a billionaire waste so much time and money to get Clinton in the White House?”

All the responders agreed that the idea was completely ludicrous. Why, indeed, would anyone even consider such a ridiculous idea!?!

History, that’s why.

Perhaps the responders were just ignorant of that which they are being doomed to repeat or perhaps they are simply slow to draw that faded line from point A to B.

This has happened before.

And not so very long ago.

The year was 1992 and incumbent President George H. W. Bush had a lock on re-election.

His challenger was a Governor from Arkansas, a state whose economics were in shambles and whose educational system was at the very bottom of all scales used. Yes, Clinton had a tough row to hoe in 1992.

Then up came a giant-killer by the name of Ross Perot. Ostensibly a Republican, he entered the race as an Independent. He was a billionaire and spent his own time and money “running for the office”.

Around the end of summer, he had gleaned enough votes from the Republican faithful backing Bush that Clinton had pulled ahead in the polls.

Suddenly, Perot got very quiet. Like some mouse, he had scurried away and left the race behind. For a time…

Then about a month before the general election, in early October, Bush had pulled ahead in the polls again, gaining momentum and looking to clinch the election.

Suddenly, Perot was resurrected, returning to the fray, pulling Republicans away from Bush. And he kept this up until election day.

Clinton won by a small margin. Had Perot not been there, it should have gone the other way.

In his first week in the White House, Clinton had Ross Perot over for a state dinner.

I wonder how else he assisted the man who had gotten him elected?

Still think Trump cannot be in it to get Hillary elected?

2015 JFK Conference

November 13, 2015

I have been away for a time and busy helping some friends set up a conference on the latest research on the JFK assassination. Unfortunately, it is one that I will not be able to attend. It is going to take place Nov 21st and 22nd in Melbourne, Australia. I believe it is the first time such a conference has been held in that area of the globe and it was exciting to help get it off the ground. Hopefully, a lot of people a little closer to Melbourne will take advantage of it.

There will be the world premieres of two documentaries (one by Len Osanic and the other by Bart Kamp of the UK) and a few presentations by some big names: Jim DiEugenio, Vince Palamara, and Gayle Nix Jackson to name a few. And they will be discussing some rather remarkable new evidence that has come to light in the recent past.

Pretty cool stuff.

You can check it out at

And if you, like me, cannot make it down under, I am told they will have a DVD available of the event at some future date.

1984 and Beyond

April 22, 2015

A couple of years back, my older brother came across an article about the conspiracy. Apparently, he doesn’t bother reading any of my stuff, I guess.

Anyway, he bombarded the pages of friends and family for about eighteen months before the flood slowed and he can resume rational discourse.

Yesterday, my daughter’s father-in-law posted something similar as if he had just stumbled upon the conspiracy himself. It was a long-winded rant with multiple links to plenty of news items and op-ed pieces.

Very – *yawn* – thrilling, no?

And someone likened what we have now to the wonderful novel by George Orwell called 1984, a dystopic tale about how bad a repressive society can become.

What I have seen in history mirrors a lot of what we see in Orwell’s tome but we should remember that is not the end of societal evolution but only a small snapshot of a singular phase.

Similar repressive societies have existed in the past and they have all collapsed due to either external or internal pressures.

Sure, armed insurrection is not likely to happen in most countries even as their rights and privileges are being stripped away, even as they move closer everyday to eventual slavery, the fear of personal harm keeps the populace docile.

It is only when the prospect of living becomes more distasteful than dying that such things occur. As long as the people can be lulled into thinking their slavery IS freedom, the command structure will hold firm. When that illusion is pierced – some straw that breaks the camel’s back – the flood-gates open and the rabid mob will rise up against whatever weapons can be brought to bear but will win the day by sheer numerical superiority alone. The survivors – whose numbers will be greatly reduced – will cobble together some basic agrarian society and start all over again.

Not pretty, I know, but history shows the cycle recurring over and over. The overlord types try different methods to control populations but it always falls apart and the tyranny crumbles.

I suppose after enough trial and error, failed plans and tweaked adjustments, someone might come up with the right formula for such long-term worldwide control. I haven’t seen the mathematical models but I doubt it can be sustained. Dull-witted subservience is not anywhere in our genetic makeup. Attempts to cull it out of the herd will not go well because it is a basic part of our survival instincts. They would be better served by dominating the monkeys or the cattle. Trying it with humans (even those that some call “sheeple”) will never stand.

Believe me on this one. On this I have seen the math models.

Lincoln’s Death

April 15, 2015

A hundred-fifty years ago today, the first American President was murdered for personal reasons.

The reasons may never be known nor even be researched for the imagery of his death has come to mean so very much more than the man meant while alive.

His life, his presidency, and most especially his death are political slogans, metaphors, leverage, and – most importantly – political capital to be spent over and over and…

Yes, and this is a “capitalism” is it not?

1984… So Long Ago

October 30, 2013

When I was a youngster, I read the novel by George Orwell called 1984.

It was published in 1949, the year before its author, Eric Arthur Blair (writing under the pen-name “George Orwell”) died.

When I first read the novel – in 1962 – I already understood that I was not reading some dystopic future history but rather a revelatory view of the world as it already was, albeit a bit exaggerated. Everything Orwell mentioned in his book was already visible in the world around us to some degree.

And time has seen those degrees grow ever larger.

What amazes me is that the people in his own time – as well as the period when I was first exposed to the book – could not see the pieces already in place. In fact, there are many today who do not see it being played out in very broad terms today. And they do not even have to stretch their imagination to see it, yet they still cannot make out the presence of such dire consequence.

The author of another, similarly dystopic novel, Aldous Huxley wrote to Orwell as he was dying and commented on how powerful the book was.

Two great visionary men, both of letters, and both of England, with a clarity of vision far greater than so many of the world today.

Perhaps it was the lack of iPhone that honed their eyesight. Perhaps it was the absence of commercialized barrages from the telly. Perhaps it was the ability to see past the smoke and mirrors of political promise.

Whatever it was, we have lost the insights of both great prophets.

One died in the year before my birth, the other’s death was hardly noticed by the press. It seems another story that day garnered all the attention.

Aldous Huxley died Friday, November 22, 1963, within hours of John F. Kennedy.

It was not so much of a brave new world they left us.