Humint Events Online: July 2013

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

33 Pound Mushroom Found in China

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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Illuminati/NWO in the Music Industry

I'm glad I don't listen to pop music. A bunch of really bad songs reference "Rain Man", or umbrellas or rain. Also 33 and the Illuminati.

Rain Man apparently refers to a fallen angel, or Satan.

Interesting movie (haven't watched all).:

The Satan versus God stuff is crap of course-- the occult secret societies are ultimately about our evil controllers, the alien PTB trapped on earth.

Video via here, which has other good things to check out as well.
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Monday, July 29, 2013

The First Major CIA Cover-Up Was UFOs

-- the late-1940's to early 1950's.

Just saying.

I'm reading Dolan's fascinating history of UFOs .... more to come.

Oh yeah, bookmarking the Dulce battle here for further review.

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Rolling Stone Article on Dhzokhar Tsarnaev

Pretty slick propaganda... somehow I expected something a little better, and not quite so slavish to the official story. No mention of course, of CIA connections, and his guilt is basically assumed. Bleh.

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Monday, July 22, 2013

The Titanic Conspiracy!

This is pretty interesting and believable and well-done:

Some interesting parallels, for sure, to the insuring of the WTC before 9/11, with all kinds of switcheroos...
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CIA Fake Vaccination Campaign

Many levels of irony here.

CIA sets up fake vaccination program to catch fake bin Laden, thus discrediting vaccines among Muslims, even though vaccines are bogus? Or vaccines are good and the CIA wants to fuck over Muslims?
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Sunday, July 21, 2013

33 of the Day-- Mormons Losing Faith

Awesome: "But Mr. Mattsson and others say the disillusionment is infecting the church’s best and brightest. A survey of more than 3,300 Mormon disbelievers, released last year, found that more than half of the men and four in 10 of the women had served in leadership positions in the church."
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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

There's a Bunch of Bullshit That Needs to Stop

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Holoflight 175?

Interesting and logical:

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Snowden's Ultimate Secrets

Glenn Greenwald, the Guardian writer who cultivated Edward Snowden as a source and has broken numerous stories about the nature and extent of secret U.S. surveillance programs, says harmful national security information will be released automatically if "something happens" to the notorious NSA leaker.
"Snowden has enough information to cause harm to the U.S. government in a single minute than any other person has ever had," Greenwald said in an interview with the Argentinean paper La Nacion. "The U.S. government should be on its knees every day begging that nothing happen to Snowden, because if something does happen to him, all the information will be revealed and it could be its worst nightmare."
It's the most explicit confirmation yet that among the documents Snowden sneaked out of the NSA are some that could harm the U.S. and that these are being used as leverage against the United States as the government seeks his arrest and extradition. It's unclear what actions would trigger such an indiscriminate, mass leak, and who would authorize or execute it.
So-- what is it? Info on 9/11? On ETs? One can only hope...
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Saturday, July 13, 2013

Warrior Copz for the War on Druggzzz (and 33 of the Day)

This is so disgusting and maddening and wrong-- police are becoming more and more like a domestic military force:
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In this second video, Chris Hayes refers to 33 incidents of excessive force used by the Miami police from 2008-2011, that resulted in 33 (apparently unnecessary) deaths.

For more than 40 years, we've been spending excessive amounts of money on a "war" that makes no sense. And we've not only engaged the military to fight it overseas, we've turned out own police forces into para-military forces so we can "fight" it on our own soil. I'm talking about the War on Drugs, of course. Lately, we've merged this war with an equally amorphous concept called the the War on Terror. And the result is an endless build-up of a massive police apparatus. (snip)
If there's ever been a bigger boondoggle, I don't know what it is. And even if things go well with comprehensive immigration reform we're going to expand this militarization on our border a hundred fold, with billions and billions of dollars being spent on new toys and police personnel. That has become the price of even the slightest expansion of a positive function of government.
I have to wonder though if there isn't a huge irony here. I've always thought that when you see government as having few legitimate functions beyond a military to protect the nation from foreign threat and a justice system to enforce contracts and police the citizens, all the state's power and money would logically flow to those functions. In other words, a pure libertarian system is highly likely to lead to a police state.
This is not because libertarians want such a thing, of course. It's because human nature dictates that if you build it, they will use it. And when you have created an environment, as Republicans have over the past 40 years, in which the only unquestionable responsibility of government is police and military --- and the money spent toward those functions is deemed to be sacred --- well, it stands to reason those institutions will grow exponentially as the rest of the government shrinks. That's what's happening right now.
While Head Start and Meals on Wheels are starved of funds, the security state grows by leaps and bounds. Hardcore conservatives are fine with that. They are authoritarians by choice. But the last thing libertarians want is a police state. And yet their philosophy may inevitably leads the nation to create one.
More on Warrior Cops and Radley Balko's book here.
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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Michael Hastings Death-- Couldn't Be Much Fishier

At least some reporter is trying to do their job: Extremely hot fire, the car blew apart but was a Mercedes and extremely safe. No police report released, police and firefighters are not allowed to talk about the incident.
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Saturday, July 06, 2013

Moon Dust Is Keeping Us from Going "Back" to the Moon

Wow, this is freaking pathetic:
A return to the Moon could be hampered by dust, a poorly-understood threat to machines and people alike, according to a presentation at a space conference that ended Friday.
Simulations by scientists in Britain and France show that in key zones of Earth’s satellite, dust kicked up by a landing or exploration gains an electrostatic force that briefly overcomes lunar gravity, it heard.
As a result, the dust lingers high above the surface, presenting a thin grey cloud of fine, sticky, abrasive particles that hamper visibility, coat solar panels and threaten moving parts, they said.
Some kinds of lunar dust are laden with iron, presenting a toxicity risk for humans if breathed in, they said.
Farideh Honary, a professor at the University of Lancaster, northwestern England, said lunar dust was already identified as a potential hazard by returning Apollo astronauts.
But only now, with mounting interest in a return to the Moon, were scientists taking a closer look, she told AFP.
“We need to study the dust in much more detail and to do more measurements before (sending) manned missions,” she said by phone.
There's really no point in saying how ridiculous the official moon landing story is... and there have been endless excuses why we can't go "back". Like we went there in the first place. But what is this about breathing moon dust? Why would we be breathing moon "air" or anything in it?
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Friday, July 05, 2013

Gary McKinnon Found Evidence of ETs Being Covered Up by the US Government

Neat interview:

This guy sounds totally on the level to me... What's really funny is I sort of remembered this guy being discussed in the media, and they basically disparaged him for being mentally unbalanced, as some sort of kook. But clearly, he's totally sharp and normal-- he just had an interest in UFOs and aliens and was looking for evidence of it. Goes to show you how, for the billionth time, how fucked up the MSM is.
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"CIA Assets"

In this video discussion between Jeff Gates and Ry Dawson, Gates raises an interesting issue-- the definition of a CIA asset. I hadn't really heard this before, but a CIA "asset" is not necessarily someone who works for (or is paid by) the agency, but rather is a known, defined quantity, that they have analyzed and figured out how they would react in most circumstances they are confronted by. The other issue is that I guess us "conspiracy theorists" don't think about so much is how intel types can game out plans and scenarios with these assets, and know how they will react under various contingencies, using a few agents/operatives acting as intermediaries, and the idea is that you can get people act in normal capabilities to carry out nasty deeds.

Examples are:
1) George Bush launching the invasion of Iraq after 9/11
2) a patsy to act as a suicide bomber
3) a patsy to try to hijack planes on 9/11
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Looking for a Movie...

set in the late 1940's or 1950's, in the southwest US desert, kind of a dark and mysterious ambience... back when Hawaii was thought to be exotic... tiki room bars....  a scientist working on a secret project at a military base, some hint of aliens... alien craft, UFO sightings...talks to his wife or girlfriend, gets in trouble....

Is there anything like this? Or is this some dream or amalgamation of different movies and shows and my imagination?

Maybe a great movie waiting to be made? :)
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Aliens at Area 51: Bob Lazar, Anonymous and Endlessly Looping Disinformation

Are there aliens at Area 51? Some people want you to think that (e.g. Bob Lazar and this Anonymous dude in the second video)... and other people really don't want you to think that... and a lot of people want you to think the idea of aliens at Area 51 is bogus and a cover story for down-to-earth top secret projects (see top video and this "Conspiracy Theory" episode with Jesse Ventura).

But maybe the people who want you to think the idea of aliens at Area 51 is bogus and a cover story are really covering up the aliens by creating another cover story.

But maybe the bogus alien cover story/bogus top secret project cover story/real alien story is really a cover story for real top secret projects... or is it a "super quadruple-reverse psy-op" cover story for the fact that they have real aliens at Area 51?

I'm starting to get dizzy...

I suppose it's all what your predisposition is... people who for some reason want to think there are no ETs, will go with the top secret project story, and people who are inclined to believe in ETs (such as me), will go with the alien story.

Like so much in the conspiracy world, the easiest thing is to throw up one's hands and say it's all bullshit.  But there are still nagging issues... like a few tantalizing hints that Bob Lazar is real.... although these same hints might suggest he is either a special disinfo operations officer or really brainwashed in some way to put out disinfo.  Or he was put out on purpose to tell the truth, then his background partially fucked up to make it seem like he was disinfo. His physics doesn't seem quite right, but it's not clear to me that he really had a background in particle physics. Or he is simply a very convincing conman he did some work for govt labs. Possibly Lazar is repeating stuff he heard from real scientists who worked at Area 51, and acting as if he really did it.

The Anonymous CIA dude in the second video seems believable enough, but he doesn't really offer anything new that he couldn't have read about on-line or in UFO books.  The only real revelation he has is that Eisenhower didn't know about aliens at Area 51 and was willing to send the Army to invade the place unless they told him what was going on. Which is plausible, but who the fuck knows if it's real?

The bottom line for me is that I think it's fairly possible that there is alien technology and maybe even aliens at Area 51. But there's no real proof. The amazing level of secrecy there really doesn't help resolve it, but does support the whole idea.  Ultimately what makes it a real possibility is the massive history of UFOs and other weirdness on this planet going back thousands of years.

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Thursday, July 04, 2013

Stories That Make Me Want to Smoke Crack

"How The NSA Gets Inside K-12 Classrooms"-- the NSA has programs to teach school children about spying, encryption and online security. The topics themselves are not so bad, but having the NSA teach them is way too creepy.

"Senators accuse government of using 'secret law' to collect Americans' data"-- "A bipartisan group of 26 US senators has written to intelligence chiefs to complain that the administration is relying on a "secret body of law" to collect massive amounts of data on US citizens." -- because nothing quite says FREEDOM, like secret laws.

"NSA spying is targeting Germany more intensely than previously believed. Secret documents viewed by SPIEGEL reveal that the American intelligence service monitors around half a billion telephone calls, emails and text messages in the country every day."

And now we learn about the incredibly wasteful "Mail Isolation Control and Tracking program, in which Postal Service computers photograph the exterior of every piece of paper mail that is processed in the United States — about 160 billion pieces last year." Because it really is good government to take an image every freaking piece of junk mail that goes to every freaking house.

Richard Clarke, of all people, says journalist Michael Hastings car may well have been electronically hacked before it blew up.

US govt officials lied about NSA programs, many times.

FBI investigated and did not report assassination plot to kill Occupy Wall St members. 
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Are There Any Honest People Who Doubt the Possibility of ETs Visting the Earth Manifested as UFOs?

I ask, because online, there seem to be a fair number of people who just flat-out deny the possibility of UFOs being ETs. How on earth is this an honest position? At best, you could doubt it, but still hold it out as a reasonable possibility. But to flat out deny it? That is a shill position... but it always amazes me how many shills you encounter online regarding any sort of "conspiracy issue".
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Tuesday, July 02, 2013

I Deleted Over a Thousand Spam Comments

It was really really out of control. I spend almost an hour deleting, very tedious. Thanks to whoever said the "captcha" comment security code was too difficult and asked me to turn it off. :/ Captcha is back for good. Thanks for all the REAL comments though!!!
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Is It Possible That Chemtrails Are Put Down by ETs?

I'm just saying there is so much weirdness and mystery to this topic, how do we even know our own people are doing it?
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