Soon-to-be CIA director, John Brennan, and one of the CIA drones he wants to introduce you to.
How many Americans are aware that their government has claimed the authority to arbitrarily kill their fellow citizens when it chooses, and that it can do so ‘legally’, without any evidence that the citizen in question posed any threat to anyone, let alone the US government or its ‘interests’?
How many Americans are aware that the US government has responded to court cases brought by the ACLU questioning the US government’s authority to engage in targeted assassinations of US citizens by saying that this is a political question and that US courts and judges have no say in the matter (“There exists no appropriate judicial forum to evaluate these constitutional considerations“)? I’d wager not many. But that’s precisely what the US government has done, according to a leaked unsigned and undated Justice Department white paper, obtained by NBC News. You can read the white paper here. The actual legal justification as defined by Justice Department lawyers in 2010 is being kept secret by the government, but the ‘white paper’ explains that, not only has the government decided that targeted assassinations without due process are legal, but that no evidence of any imminent threat from a target is necessary for the target to be deemed an imminent threat. (Go figure). Read more »
Just in case anyone missed the salient point in my last post; there is pretty clear evidence that many of the world’s governments (0r ‘the world government’ if you like) are so concerned about the stark increase in fireballs/meteorites/comet fragments that have been visiting our skies, and increasingly, hitting the ground, that they are attempting to cover them up and prevent the public becoming aware of what is happening to our planet.
The most plausible reason for a government cover up of such events is to ensure that the population does not get ‘spooked’ to the extent that some form of low level mass panic sets in and people begin to question their ‘leaders’ because they clearly can no longer protect them from a real existential threat.
I have already made this point in previous articles, and cited the bogus ‘terror threat’ as the major way in which the ‘elite’ attempt to maintain public dependence on established authority. As long as people believe there is a real threat from ‘Islamic terrorism’ that is attempting to ‘destroy our way of life’, people will continue to put up with corrupt government in exchange for protection. But the point is best summed up by Laura Knight-Jadczyk in her article Comet Biela and Mrs. O’Leary’s Cow
“If short-period bombardment of our planet by comets or comet dust is a reality (as it increasingly appears to be); and the effects of such an event are deleterious in the extreme; and if we are in fact overdue for a repeat performance of such a visitation (which also appears to be the case); what effect might public awareness of this have on the status quo on the planet at present? Would the bogus “war on terror” not become instantly obsolete and would people across the planet not immediately demand that their political leaders reassess priorities and take whatever action possible to mitigate the threat? And if those political leaders refused to do so and it became known that this grave threat to the lives of billions was long-standing and common knowledge among the political elite (with all that that implies), what then? Revolution? One last hurrah before the 6th extinction?”
I find it interesting therefore that, as I was writing my previous post, the FBI was revealing to the world that they had, yet again, entrapped another young, gullible, intellectually challenged guy into playing the role of patsy in the ‘Islamic terror’ roadshow. Read more »
There is hard scientific evidence that life on earth was, at least partly, the result of organisms deposited by comets. There is also plausible scientific evidence that many of the great disasters and plagues (including the relatively recent ones) inflicted upon our planet and its denizens were the result of disease-carrying comets that passed close to, and/or impacted, the earth. The so-called ‘Black Death’ (660 years ago) is very likely one such plague. but only one of many over the course of human history. Indeed, the ‘Black Death’ was the starting point of a 400 year-long pandemic of intermittent plagues that swept Europe and only ended in 1750, right when the industrial revolution began.
Over the past few years, my attention has been caught by the large number of movies that have been made (mainly by Hollywood) with disease outbreak’ as their theme. I’m not going to give you some elaborate conspiracy theory about how Hollywood disease outbreak movies and comet-borne plagues are linked, because I don’t think they are, except to the extent that Hollywood movies may or may not sometimes reflect (or be informed by) the theorised predictive abilities of mass human consciousness. Read more »
The Century 16 movie theater early on Friday morning, July 20, 2012. A 24-year-old man gave himself up to police after telling them he “possibly” had explosives in his home.
Claiming 70 victims, 12 confirmed dead and 58 injured, the mass shooting Friday at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, about 10 miles from Denver, is the worst mass shooting in US history. Cinema goers were 30 minutes into a sold-out midnight screening of the newly-released third installment of the Dark Knight Batman trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises, when someone described by witnesses as dressed “entirely in black” in full SWAT/riot gear – including gas mask, ballistic helmet, bullet-proof vest, bullet-proof leggings, throat and groin protection, and black tactical gloves – entered an emergency side exit of the theater.
After releasing cannisters of tear gas into the packed movie theater, he proceeded to calmly shoot members of the audience, picking off anyone who tried to escape along the aisles. Most of the movie-goers were between 15 and 25 years of age. When the gunman decided he was done, he exited the way he came, downed his weapon and gave himself up to police. A law enforcement source told CBS News the suspect was well-equipped, with one rifle, two handguns and a knife. There were also unidentified explosives found in his vehicle. He also informed them about “possible” explosives in his apartment. When Aurora police showed up at the University of Colorado medical campus address, they found his apartment rigged with trip wires, thousands of rounds of ammunition, jars full of highly flammable liquid that would explode on mixing and 30 improvised grenades. Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates said “I personally have never seen anything like what the pictures show us is in there.”
There’s more to this story than meets the eye, however. Read more »
‘Damn you al-qaeda!’ An American flag waves in front of a house leveled by the Waldo Canyon fire in the Mountain Shadows community in Colorado Springs, Colorado, 2 July 2012
Over the past 18 months, I’ve been growing increasingly concerned for the future of all life on planet earth. Sure, the signs that things have been going ‘south’ have been there for some time, but my concern began in earnest at the very beginning of 2011, when masses of birds began to fall dead from the sky around the world. The phenomenon continued for several months, and birds around the world are still dying for officially unknown reasons. None of the dead birds showed any sign of disease, but in several incidents birds were found to have ‘external injuries’ like they had been “hit by some kind of blunt instrument”. All sorts of explanations for the deaths were offered (like fireworks or birds colliding with each other) including the predictable attempts by ‘science experts’ to downplay any significance to the bizarre deaths. But among the flurry of speculation, one report stood out. Read more »