The mainstream narrative, that alleged Las Vegas mass-shooter Stephen Paddock’s father Benjamin Paddock was a bank robber, isn’t wrong. It’s just incomplete. Other than both Paddocks being criminals in the end, there is really no link between robbing banks and mass shootings. But do Stephen and his father Benjamin Paddock have more in common? Continue reading
Recent articles regarding high-level pedophilia rings have barely scratched the surface of the dark, perverse secret that has been purposefully obscured for decades. Articles like this one from the Guardian peel back one layer:
Claims that boys were murdered by VIP sex ring are credible and true – police
Source: The Guardian
Scotland Yard has said claims by a witness that a “VIP” sex abuse ring murdered three boys are “credible and true”.
The allegations made by the witness, known by the pseudonym Nick, have triggered a murder investigation.
Police said the alleged abuse by a Westminster-based paedophile ring lasted a decade at locations across London and the Home Counties, including military premises.
Last year, a reddit user put together a decent synopsis of a few of the cases that support the theory that children are being kidnapped, sexually abused, tortured and murdered by members of the highest levels of world governments…including top officials in the United States Government. Continue reading
Source: Washington Blog
CNN Breaks the Benghazi Story Wide Open: The Bi-Partisan Cover Up is Unraveling
We’ve extensively documented that the bigger story behind the murder of ambassador Chris Stevens at the Benghazi embassy in Libya is that the embassy was the center of U.S. efforts to arm jihadis in Syria who are trying to topple the Syrian government.
CNN just broke this story wide open:
CNN has uncovered exclusive new information about what is allegedly happening at the CIA, in the wake of the deadly Benghazi terror attack.
Sources now tell CNN dozens of people working for the CIA were on the ground that night, and that the agency is going to great lengths to make sure whatever it was doing, remains a secret. Continue reading
Story By Alex Constantine
Photos by David Burnett
Marley knew the drill – in Jamaica, at the height of his success, when music and politics were still one, before the fog of censorship rolled into the island, old wounds were opened by a wave of destabilization politics. Stories appeared in the local, regional and international press downsizing the achievements of the quasi-socialist Jamaican government under Prime Minister Michael Manley. In the late 1970s, the island was flooded with cheap guns, heroin, cocaine, right-wing propaganda, death squad rule and, as Grenada’s Prime Minister Maurice Bishop described it three years later, the CIA’s “pernicious attempts [to] wreck the economy.”
“Destabilization,” Bishop told the emergent New Jewel Party, “is the name given the most recently developed method of controlling and exploiting the lives and resources of a country and its people by a bigger and more powerful country through bullying, intimidation and violence.”
In response to the fascistic machinations of the CIA, Marley wove his lyrics into a revolutionary crucifix to ward off the cloak-and-dagger “vampires” descending upon the island. June 1976: Then-Governor-General Florizel Glasspole placed Jamaica under martial law to stanch the bloody pre-election violence. Prime Minister Manley’s People’s National Party asked the Wailers to play at the Smile Jamaica concert in December. Despite the rising political mayhem, Marley agreed to perform. Continue reading
Source: Mad Cow Morning News
Venezuela is a country in mourning over their late president, Hugo Chavez. “The fight goes on! Chavez lives!” shouted the mourners in unison, many through eyes red from crying late into the night. But even as his flag-draped coffin floats over a sea of supporters on its way to the cemetery today, “conspiracy theories” continue to spread about a CIA role in his passing.
Source: Activist Post
By: Janet Phelan
The death this past week of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez raises some disturbing questions. It was reported that the iconoclastic and controversial leader succumbed to a two-year-long battle with cancer. In so doing, he may have been the first world leader to lose his life to cancer since 1980, when the Shah of Iran succumbed to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma while in exile.
With cancer deaths figuring at 23% of the mortality rate in the United States (cancer is the leading cause of death in developed countries and the second leading cause of death in developing countries), one might think that the Big C might be striking down leaders of countries with the same regularity as it afflicts everyone else. The rather unusual and nearly universal tendency for the power elite to sidestep cancer death has raised questions as to whether or not the powers-that-be might be bogarting the cure. Continue reading
In light of recent investigations into HSBCs questionable dealings with Terrorists and Drug Traffickers (one in the same?), the suicide of a Senior Banker working from HSBC’s Canary Wharf main office becomes suspicious when normally it may not raise eyebrows. Why had his wife reported him missing the day before? Where had he been? Who was he with? Why was he at the art gallery?
A man who plunged 100ft to his death at the Tate Modern art gallery in London was a senior bank manager with HSBC.
Michael Foreman, 48, fell from a fifth-floor balcony in the members’ bar area of the gallery on the South Bank last Tuesday evening.
The banker, who lived in Grays, Essex, with his wife Janet, was reported missing the day before he died.
Horrified witnesses described seeing a man dressed in a suit without a tie plunge from the bar area shortly before the gallery, whose imposing building was once a power station, closed at 6pm. Police are not treating the incident as suspicious.
“He had a good job in the City and was always flying to Hong Kong so it makes you think what was going through his mind when he died,” said Mr Foreman’s friend, Derek Morris, a fellow member of the trombone section at the Tilbury brass band. “He was very business-like and not very sociable. He was always very well-suited and always a gentleman. It’s very sad news and I just can’t believe it.”
Mr Foreman was named today as an inquest into his death opened at Southwark Coroner’s Court.
The short hearing was told that he was a “senior bank manager with HSBC” and died from “multiple traumatic injuries”. He was formally identified by his wife.
He had worked for HSBC for 30 years and was based in head office in Canary Wharf in the business banking section.