Humint Events Online: December 2014

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Evil PTB-- Year in Review

Top three stories for 2014 that the evil PTB supported and/or defended:

1) Israel's brutal and criminal assault on Gaza
2) Police brutality and criminality in the US
3) The extent of the depravities of the CIA torture program

Smaller but significant stories for 2014, that the evil PTB supported and/or defended:

1) provocation and lies and war in the Ukraine
2) the lies about the shootdown of MH17
3) hyping Ebola in the US
4) the continuing US drone war and civilian death toll
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Petty, Racist Thugs

New York's finest, the NYPD.

I'm not sure what's more sickening: how obnoxious the NYPD are, how much they don't care how they are perceived, or all the people (particularly conservatives) who fetishize the police, similarly to the way they fetishize the military.

But it's fairly clear that the NYPD is throwing a shitfit because they can't act as racist as they used to (no more stop-and-frisk), and because they got mildly called out on their racism by deBlasio.
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Monday, December 29, 2014

33 of the Day

Sandy Hook on steroids--

"Pakistan 'to execute 500 militants' after Taliban Peshawar school massacre in which 133 children were killed"

Does anyone think this was a hoax? Or a set-up?

And interestingly the back-link for 133 children leads to an article saying 132 children killed, with no explanation for the update to 133.
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The Bullshit War to End All Bullshit Wars


It's been a 13 year long exercise in inventing an enemy for our military to fight.

What a freaking waste of treasure for the vast majority of the US... though it did help the drug-addicted CIA, the death-addicted war industry and the oil-addicted oligarchs.
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Sunday, December 28, 2014

"The Best of You"-- 9/11 Scam Edition

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Saturday, December 27, 2014

Pet Peeve of the Day

I see this all the time-- atheists who equate belief in god with a "silly" belief in alien abductions or extra-terrestrial UFOs or 9/11 being an inside job. It's particularly annoying because otherwise atheists are smart and make a lot of good points about life and death and have a generally good philosophy.

A few points:

1) people who easily mock conspiracies are invariably shills, or just haven't done the research

2) there is actually much more solid evidence for alien abductions, extra-terrestrial UFOs and 9/11 being an inside job than for a Biblical/Koranic God.

3) what these atheists (so-called "critical thinkers") invariably ignore is that the elites/PTB/secret government clearly have:
   a) obvious reasons for keeping these various conspiracies secret (unlike God and religion, which is in their favor to have people believe in)
   b) covered up evidence about extra-terrestrial UFOs and 9/11 being an inside job

To be absolutely clear, I am an atheist who also thinks there is good evidence for extra-terrestrial UFOs and 9/11 being an inside job.


Now, I'm SURE there are people who think the evil UN or evil US Federal government is suppressing religion, and will point to some evidence such as not displaying some religious stuff on public property, not teaching religion in public school, or the like. But this thought that the government is suppressing religion in these ways is clearly misconstruing the 1st Amendment of the US Constitution, and it is pretty clear the US government gives broad latitude to people exercising their own religious belief in this country. Two pieces of evidence in this regard are that religious institutions are completely tax exempt, and that religious leaders get away with all sorts of scamming nonsense and are supported by many politicians.

The bottom line is that only a child or a simpleton or someone extremely deluded can seriously believe in the god of a specific religion. Being an atheist is no great intellectual leap, really.

However, it does seem that believing in conspiracies requires a considerable intellectual leap, unfortunately.
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News Round-Up

33 of the Day-- 330-mile ride in South Dakota and Minnesota remembers hangings of Dakota Indians in 1862.  It's actually a double 33--
"The drug and alcohol-free memorial ride is an attempt to reconcile the events following the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 in which a commission of U.S. military officers was created to hold trials for 303 Dakota prisoners accused of war crimes"

On Christmas Eve, NSA admits they broke laws about on spying on Americans; predictably the story is ignored.

Black NYPD cops describe how they were subject to abusive racist policing when off-duty.

The NYPD is insanely huge and fucking out-of-control.

Note to the NYPD: "You want to keep reinforcing public perception of the cops as petty, vindictive, entitled racist assholes, then you're doing all the right things."
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Wednesday, December 24, 2014

100th Anniversary of a Great Moment in Peace

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9/11 Truth Wins

This is seriously awesome.

The best thing about this segment of the show is how well it demonstrates that even relatively flimsy/fragile materials can break the momentum of a heavy falling object.

Who would have guess that a bowling ball dropped from 14 feet up would only go through 4 panes of 1/4" glass?

So yeah, verily, it does beg the question of how the upper blocks of both twin towers smashed completely through the lower 2/3 (WTC2) to 3/4 (WTC1) of the towers, totally leveling both towers.

9/11 truth, baby.
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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Evidence That "The Interview" Film Was a Major US PsyOp

Seriously, important stuff here--
With regard to this film, one thing that I’d say is that the lines between truth and fiction are extraordinarily thin. I mean, the plot of this film, which very few people have seen, was actually screened in rough-cut form at the State Department. And the content of this film is supposedly—you know, it’s about the CIA using Hollywood entertainment and a talk-show host sort of vehicle as a kind of cover to assassinate the leader of North Korea. What’s interesting about this film is, on the one hand, it’s framed in the United States, in U.S. media, as a kind of free speech issue, but this is really a red herring. You know, what’s interesting to me about this is the fact that if you actually look at what the Sony executives did, they consulted very closely with the State Department, which actually gave the executives a green light with regard to the death scene. And they also consulted with a RAND North Korea watcher, a man named Bruce Bennett, who basically has espoused in thesis that the way to bring down the North Korean government is to assassinate the leadership. And he actually stated, in consulting with Sony about this film, that this film, in terms of the South Korean market, as well as its infiltration by defector balloon-dropping organizations into North Korea, could possibly get the wheels of a kind of regime change plot into motion. So, in this instance, fiction and reality have a sort of mirroring relationship to each other.

JUAN GONZÁLEZ: Well, Tim Shorrock, I’d like to ask you, this is extremely unusual to see a private hacking—a hacking of a private company become an international incident, in effect. But you’re well aware of the close relationship between Hollywood and military authorities in the U.S. government historically. Could you talk about that?

TIM SHORROCK: Well, first of all, the person she just mentioned, Bruce Bennett, who was a consultant on this film, works for the RAND Corporation, which is a think tank for the U.S. military and has been for decades. And it so happens that the Sony CEO happens to sit on the board of directors of the RAND Corporation. It has—Sony has extensive ties with the U.S. national security system. Its CIO used to work for the secretary of defense, in terms of their—guarding their internal security. That’s one point.

But, you know, second, I think that—you know, that this attack began in late November, early December. At that time, this cyber-attack was run by this group that you mentioned, this GOP, Guardians of Peace. They made no mention whatsoever of the film. It was all about Sony and its internal racism and that kind of thing. I have seen no indication whatsoever that there was any similarity—some real similarity of this attack to anything that North Korea has been accused of before. And, you know, many cyber experts, from Kim Zetter of Wired to Marc Rogers and others, have raised real questions about the FBI evidence.

And so, I think it’s appalling that President Obama goes on a national stage, a global stage, on Friday and basically declares cyberwar, and then, a couple days later, ratchets it back to some kind of like cybernuisance, you know, cybervandalism. And of course North Korea is going to respond to basically a declaration of war by the president of the United States.

And, you know, we have a massive build-up going on in Asia, military build-up. And I think, you know, we need to keep North Korea as the enemy, as the armed enemy that’s going to attack us at any moment, so we can defend these bases in Japan, particularly in Okinawa, which are the focus of a massive public protest. You may have noticed—Americans didn’t notice, but Okinawans and Japanese voted to pull these bases out in recent elections. They want the U.S. forward bases removed.

And fuck (Israeli-apologist) Seth Rogen:
AMY GOODMAN: Tim Shorrock, I want to ask Christine Hong about the issue of what this means right now for North Korea and China relations and what evidence there is that in fact North Korea has hacked Sony. But, Tim, I wanted to ask you: Would the U.S. allow a film that was about the assassination of a U.S. president?
TIM SHORROCK: Well, you know, I can imagine what our response would be, not only to an assassination of our president, but showing his head being blown apart and his skull flying all over the place. I mean, you know, this is a racist kind of—racist kind of imagery. For these white, rich stoners to be laughing to the bank all the way about this, I think, is disgraceful and disgusting. It’s not a matter of freedom of speech. I mean, these people—Seth Rogen and his pals over there at Sony are just, you know, the lowest of the low of the U.S. propaganda on North Korea. Look at the New York Times interview he did yesterday. He has no knowledge. He knows nothing about North Korea, the past of the United States, the U.S. bombing during the Korean War, the standoffs, the military crises over the last, you know, 20, 30 years, the cost to the Korean people of this militarization, the cost to the Korean people, North and South. All he’s interested in is making money and getting stoned. And I think it’s shameful that, you know, people are all over Hollywood, George Clooney, are looking at this as some kind of like big freedom issue, you know? Well, you know, let’s look at the real role of the U.S. in Korea and try to—you know, you can make comedies about Korea. You can make comedies, like M*A*S*H. But let’s have some—you know, let’s have some humanity in these films.

I have to add that many people are acting as if this film came out of the blue, was very obscure. Except it wasn't-- it was advertised heavily on Youtube and Comedy Central. I saw ads for it so much, I got sick of it. So serious fishy shit all the way around.
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Monday, December 22, 2014

NYT: "Prosecute Torturers and Their Bosses"

Since the day President Obama took office, he has failed to bring to justice anyone responsible for the torture of terrorism suspects — an official government program conceived and carried out in the years after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
He did allow his Justice Department to investigate the C.I.A.'s destruction of videotapes of torture sessions and those who may have gone beyond the torture techniques authorized by President George W. Bush. But the investigation did not lead to any charges being filed, or even any accounting of why they were not filed.
Mr. Obama has said multiple times that “we need to look forward as opposed to looking backwards,” as though the two were incompatible. They are not. The nation cannot move forward in any meaningful way without coming to terms, legally and morally, with the abhorrent acts that were authorized, given a false patina of legality, and committed by American men and women from the highest levels of government on down.
Americans have known about many of these acts for years, but the 524-page executive summary of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s report erases any lingering doubt about their depravity and illegality: In addition to new revelations of sadistic tactics like “rectal feeding,” scores of detainees were waterboarded, hung by their wrists, confined in coffins, sleep-deprived, threatened with death or brutally beaten. In November 2002, one detainee who was chained to a concrete floor died of “suspected hypothermia.”
These are, simply, crimes. They are prohibited by federal law, whichdefines torture as the intentional infliction of “severe physical or mental pain or suffering.” They are also banned by the Convention Against Torture, the international treaty that the United States ratified in 1994 and that requires prosecution of any acts of torture.
We may never get justice for 9/11, but prosecuting these criminals is a kind of surrogate justice, given how intimately they were associated with the crime of 9/11.

#warcrimes #torture #Bushadministrationwarcriminals

Also-- a human rights group in Berlin, The European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights, has begun the process of indicting members of the Bush Administration by filing criminal complaints against the architects of the Admin’s torture program.
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Sunday, December 21, 2014

Torture Program Originated in Same CIA Department as MKULTRA

Surprise, surprise, surprise...

Also, an odd tidbit here about how the Senate report seems to indicate that torture "worked" when the Pakistanis did it.  Given how murky all these leads are, about who is who in al-CIA-duh and who did what and who gave such and such information about some doofus terrorist to the CIA, it's quite easy to imagine that the Pakistanis took a key role in actually manufacturing the official al Qaeda narrative for who did 9/11. That would give the CIA an extra layer of cover in hiding their role in running al-CIA-duh. For that matter, it seems easy enough to imagine that the CIA could make up any info they wanted about al Qaeda, and just say they got it from the Pakistanis. It's doubtful indeed that there is any degree of meaningful oversight over these intel fucks.
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North Korea -- Hack Hackers?

Hard to know what to make of this goofy story on the Sony movie hack, especially with the weak evidence for NK doing it and NK denying their involvement. Some sort of weird publicity stunt by the movie-makers or corporate sabotage or some over-the-top hackers or a ridiculous ploy by North Korea or a NSA false-flag?

The whole thing is so strange, you can't even rule out that there is some sort of secret international collaboration by parties on many sides to ensure the isolation and paranoia of the NK regime, to allow for further development of hostilities and especially nukes. Though to be sure, the NSA (or the US Cyber Command) could have done this on their own, for that same end.
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Too Much Hyperbole Around Vaccines

I'm really not sure who is worse, the anti-vaccine crowd or the anti-anti-vaccine crowd, in terms of knee-jerk name-calling and lack of balance and intellectual rigor. But if I had to choose, I would say probably the latter, in terms of the ridiculous crap they throw out regularly at the "anti-vaxxers".

To wit, this headline:

"16 Years Ago, A Doctor Published A Study. It Was Completely Made Up, And It Made Us All Sicker."

Which refers to the famous Wakefield paper, in which Dr. Wakefield made only the faintest claim about a link between autism and vaccines, and it wasn't even the main point of the paper.

The paper was NOT made up, there was no significant issue with ethics in the paper-- it was retracted due an orchestrated smear campaign by the pro-vaccine crowd, that drove Wakefield out of medicine and ruined his career. The whole controversy is massive and I don't have time to go through everything here. The whole Wakefield saga is pretty interesting and instructive, but the main point here is the ridiculously false headline and the misleading story in the linked article.
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Sunday, December 14, 2014

BPA Chemical Much More Toxic Than Previously Described

 ... the endocrine-disruptive effect of bisphenol A – particularly its ability to suppress the testosterone-mediated mascularization process during embryogenesis -- may be at least 100 times more toxic than previously believed.

Hmm, I wonder if this has something to do with all the discussion about transgender people of late. I bet there will be more and more "trans" people due to these chemical poisoning. BPA is found in a huge number of plastics. Ugh.
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Torture Apologists and World's Worst People: Cheney, Hayden, Brennan

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Khazelov and Veteran's Today-- Endless Disinfo on Nuking of the WTC

I have long held that the WTC was nuked on 9/11, likely by many small mini- or micro-nukes in each tower.

But I have found it perplexing that the Khazelov story of nuking the WTC has gained any traction, for the simple reason as outlined in this diagram below-- it makes no sense!
The WTC outer walls, even though they were steel, they were also very porous, would never channel massive explosive power to the top, like what is shown in this picture. Rather, the bottom of the structure would be completely blown out, and there would be a toppling effect on the towers, not a top-down demolition. You could say that the demolition videos were all faked, but that is belied by the multitude of ground zero pics that clearly show the bottom of the WTC still more or less intact, amid all the rubble.

And really-- Veteran's Today and Gordon Duff are completely untrustworthy-- Duff is admitted intel and full of disinformation. The ideas that Snowden gave Russia incriminating info about 9/11 is completely unverified (as much as we might want to believe it). Khazelov certainly had nothing to do with Snowden, as he came out long before Snowden's NSA whistleblowing.

The idea that Israel was the source for the WTC nukes has been around for a long time and is plausible but not proven.  There's no real evidence for Israeli nukes at the WTC, except for the clear signs of involvement of Israel in the 9/11 operation and that Israel has a clandestine nuclear weapons program. The thing is that Israel is such an obvious boogie-man for so many in the conspiracy world, that the VT disinfo crew talking about Israel planting the nukes makes me doubt it to some extent.

So why am I even posting this piece?

Because they show these remarkable pics of the weird bedrock found beneath the WTC:

The piece linked above makes the ridiculous claim that these are left-over signs of an underground nuclear blast. The rock certainly looks freakish and given where it was found, raises questions. But if anything, the rock looks weathered and worn down, not blasted. Certainly that bottom one looks like the result of thousands of years of water running over the rock.

I have to note that this weirdly sculpted rock actually fits the China Syndrome idea much better than the Khazelov underground blast model. The China Syndrome model is that fission fragments left over from the WTC nuking generated extreme heat after the demolition, and kept melting down to the bedrock, and even melting the rock. The weird potholes in this rock may well be evidence of this. To be honest, I do not think there could have been enough left-over fission fragments to melt down all of this rock -- just parts of it.

Still, this rock is definitely one of the many oddities of 9/11 and its aftermath.

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Thursday, December 11, 2014

9/11 Truth -- Forever

It should go without saying that the truth about 9/11 blows the official reasons for torture out of the water.

Thus, we need to take every opportunity, when torture is mentioned these days, to discuss/remind/mention/cajole other people that 9/11 was a inside job-- run by some of the same creatures who engineered the evil torture regime.

Taking away the official apologists' reasons for torture, we are left with where we start with 9/11 truth--  a bunch of sick and evil people who engineered 9/11 for venal, sick, evil, unforgivable reasons.

So many things come back to 9/11 truth, in their essence boil down to 9/11 being an inside job, it is pretty freaking amazing. It is good in a way that we can simplify so much with 9/11 truth, but it's also a curse, in dealing with people who still won't admit the truth.


A couple of good pieces--

Torture and evil inhumane treatment is indeed who we are as Americans. The idea, course, is to be better than that.

Not surprising but Cheney lied his fucking pathetic evil ass off on Fox two days ago, about torture.
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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Possible Reasons the Bush Administration and CIA Tortured

1) because they are stupid and ignorant and though it would work to get info on terrorist plots

2) they watched too many Hollywood movies

3) they were just feeling their Nazi roots

4) they are just fucking evil people

5) they are just really really fucking evil and sadistic people

6) they are fucking evil and sadistic human-alien hybrids

7) they are fucking evil and sadistic extra-terrestrials

8) they were patriotic Americans protecting America, by God!

9) they were covering up 9/11 by propping up the terrorist narrative

10) some combination of the above

One interesting clue in the report-- it repeatedly refers to 119 suspects in the CIA "enhanced interrogation" program. 119 - 911. Just a coincidence, I'm sure.
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Tuesday, December 09, 2014

Bush Administration War Criminals FOREVER

Kudos to Diane Feinstein for a change, for actually releasing the report (as far as it goes of course -- which is not far enough since it leaves intact the lies of 9/11).

Still, it is a small step of progress.

War-crimes trials seem out of the question for now, and if they are not going to prosecute for torture, they sure aren't going to do anything about 9/11.

But this is such a joke--

Thousands of marines at U.S. diplomatic posts and military bases around the world are on alert amid fears the graphic details of how detainees were treated could spark a violent backlash.
But there was little initial interest on Jihadi forums about the report, said Laith Alkhouri, a senior analyst at Flashpoint Partners, a U.S. organization that tracks Jihadi websites.
Intelligence sources told CNN's Pentagon Correspondent Barbara Starr, however, that the threat of retaliatory attacks could come in days rather than hours, as information filters across the world. Those sources added that currently, there is no specific threat.

Are these people really so dumb? Like no one knew we tortured before, or admitting we did torture is somehow worse than than the endless bombing campaign we've run in the middle east since 9/11?

The intel community are a bunch of fucking brain-dead soulless goons.

A link to the report on the CIA torture program is here.  

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Sunday, December 07, 2014

Fascists and Wankers and Federal Government Crimes

Wow, just wow:
The U.S. National Security Agency should have an unlimited ability to collect digital information in the name of protecting the country against terrorism and other threats, an influential federal judge said during a debate on privacy.
“I think privacy is actually overvalued,” Judge Richard Posner, of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, said during a conference about privacy and cybercrime in Washington, D.C., Thursday.
“Much of what passes for the name of privacy is really just trying to conceal the disreputable parts of your conduct,” Posner added. “Privacy is mainly about trying to improve your social and business opportunities by concealing the sorts of bad activities that would cause other people not to want to deal with you.”
Congress should limit the NSA’s use of the data it collects—for example, not giving information about minor crimes to law enforcement agencies—but it shouldn’t limit what information the NSA sweeps up and searches, Posner said. “If the NSA wants to vacuum all the trillions of bits of information that are crawling through the electronic worldwide networks, I think that’s fine,” he said.
In the name of national security, U.S. lawmakers should give the NSA “carte blanche,” Posner added. “Privacy interests should really have very little weight when you’re talking about national security,” he said. “The world is in an extremely turbulent state—very dangerous.”
Posner criticized mobile OS companies for enabling end-to-end encryption in their newest software. “I’m shocked at the thought that a company would be permitted to manufacture an electronic product that the government would not be able to search,” he said.

Only a complete fascist could say that!

And fucking Kerry, seriously.

Secretary of State John Kerry personally phoned Dianne Feinstein, chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Friday morning to ask her to delay the imminent release of her committee’s report on CIA torture and rendition during the George W. Bush administration, according to administration and Congressional officials. 
Kerry was not going rogue -- his call came after an interagency process that decided the release of the report early next week, as Feinstein had been planning,  could complicate relationships with foreign countries at a sensitive time and posed an unacceptable risk to U.S. personnel and facilities abroad.  Kerry told Feinstein he still supports releasing the report, just not right now. 
“What he raised was timing of report release, because a lot is going on in the world -- including parts of the world particularly implicated -- and wanting to make sure foreign policy implications were being appropriately factored into timing,” an administration official told me.  "He had a responsibility to do so because this isn’t just an intel issue -- it’s a foreign policy issue."  
But those concerns are not new, and Kerry’s 11th-hour effort to secure a delay in the report’s release places Feinstein in a difficult position: She must decide whether to set aside the administration’s concerns and accept the risk, or scuttle the roll-out of the investigation she fought for years to preserve. 
Hill staffers and human rights advocates saw the Kerry call as a stunning reversal by an administration that has publicly supported the report’s release for months. For Senate Republicans, who have warned about the potential fallout for more than a year, the administration is belatedly coming around to agree with their position.

Seriously, like no one isn't aware of what the US did.

Some analysis of why officially the US might not want this report released from Booman.

Of course, there may be some embarrassing info in here about 9/11 that may be part of the reason for keeping the report secret.

Important to remember, the real reason for the torture was to REINFORCE the official 9/11 story, by eliciting false confessions from the al-CIA-duh patsies.

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The Old Pearl Harbor

73rd anniversary of the Japanese attack, which definitely was LIHOP and MIHOP to some degree but definitely not a fake psyop in the way the new Pearl Harbor 9/11 was.

BTW, the new nominee for Sec of Defense, Ashton Carter (who seems like kind of a creepy guy) called the Edward Snowden disclosures, a cyber Pearl Harbor. Gimme a freaking break.

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Friday, December 05, 2014

Moon Shot

The new Orion rocket program hopes to go "back" to the moon by 2020! Oddly, or not, the rockets are very similar to the Apollo rockets.

It should be interesting to see how they handle this... I'm guessing there will be lots of excuses for why they have to delay it.... either that, or some real fakery will be done.

FWIW, Anonymous Physicist claimed our evil alien PTB came from the Orion system, and that their ancient goal was to break the planetary quarantine keeping them here on earth. So a rocket program named Orion, with the goal of going to the moon, likely has some deep conspiracy connections. If for some reason it looks like they really do succeed in getting to the moon, it may be bad news for all of us on earth.

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Wednesday, December 03, 2014

Drones, What Are They Good For?

Killing lots of innocent people and perpetuating the terror war.

Fuck the fucking evil shits who run these robots of death.
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No Justice for Eric Garner

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Monday, December 01, 2014

Fuck Gene Rosen and His Stupid Voice and His Terrible Acting

Such a freak--
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