Corruption

Readership shot up on June 5th, if I can use that expression for a low-traffic blog. The post was “Bill Pepper’s lonely journey,” about the murder of Robert F. Kennedy in 1968, and the overwhelming body of evidence now accumulated proving (I rarely use that word) Sirhan Sirhan’s innocence. I doubt if anyone actually read the Pepper interview, as I understand behavior in a thought-controlled environment quite well. You are curious, but also afraid. So even if you clicked on the article, you decided not to pursue it any further.

Yes, Robert F. Kennedy was murdered by a domestic conspiracy. At least the Los Angeles police department was involved, as we know they confiscated and destroyed important evidence. But we also know now that Sirhan was under control of a group of psychiatrists prior to the event, that he was hypnotized and drugged and shocked, and that night he was in the control of a woman in a polka-dot dress, and that the bullets that killed RFK came from close behind him and were probably fired by a security guard, Thane Cesar, who now resides in Simi Valley and is living the life. We know that two agents connected to the CIA intimidated witnesses into silence. We know a whole lot now.

Who carries out such elaborate plans? Who decided that RFK had to die? Who has the power to prevent an investigation of the murder? Who, forty-six years later, can still muffle media coverage of the event? It’s called “shadow government” and is not a new phenomenon. Fletcher Prouty called it our “secret team,” and Winston Churchill referred to it as our “High Cabal.”

This force is so powerful and deeply embedded in all of our institutions that most likely even those who planned and carried out the murder do not know the answer to those questions. We are a pathocracy now, a country so infested with evil and corruption that we cannot be saved. We can only die and be reborn, as were the Russians*. Maybe we’ll be that shining city on the hill again some day down the road. Right now, we’re just a big dirty ghetto.

But that does not even begin to describe the nature of this power. This link will take you to a two-hour presentation by Dr. Judy Wood which will debunk the 19-Arab-Guy-In-A Cave theory about the events on 9/11. This link is to a man who explains how government agencies and military drills are used to run these false flag events. You will not click on these links, will not watch these videos, just as you did not read the William Pepper interview. You’ve been conditioned to avoid evidence. Not only are your thoughts controlled. So too is your behavior.

I am not taunting you into clicking on the link. I am describing the immense power that resides in this land that controls you. You won’t click on the link because you are afraid, both of the content, but also the ridicule that you have to endure if you dare commit thoughtcrime. In a society like ours, with institutions corrupted beyond repair and which has the lowest of liars and cowards for leaders, something else must be said: our people are corrupt too. Just because you are afraid, confused, thought-controlled, is no excuse. You need to be alive and vigilant and sentient, and you are not.

You are part of the problem. You are corrupt too, reader. Yes, you. You look away, tune out.

You were expecting, perhaps, to get off easy here? Not hardly.

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*If I suggested that Russians killed RFK, you’d be all over it! There’d be books and movies and maybe even a TV channel.

6 thoughts on “Corruption

  1. “I am not taunting you into clicking on the link. I am describing the immense power that resides in this land that controls you. You won’t click on the link because you are afraid, both of the content, but also the ridicule that you have to endure if you dare commit thoughtcrime. In a society like ours, with institutions corrupted beyond repair and which has the lowest of liars and cowards for leaders, something else must be said: our people are corrupt too. Just because you are afraid, confused, thought-controlled, is no excuse. You need to be alive and vigilant and sentient, and you are not.”

    Can I share something with you? Yes, I guess that I’m that coward that you speak of. When I first read JFK and the Unspeakable, I had to put it down and leave it alone for a good long time until I could pick it up again. I was so overwhelmed with fright that I could not bring myself to read any more. I could not fathom in one sitting the evil that was done, and the resultant evil of the coup. Finally, I somehow managed to finish the book. Now, I re-read it easily, and I get more enraged every time I do. I have lost my fear of the unspeakable, and look forward to confronting wherever I can.

    Good post.

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    1. Good comment. You know exactly what I am talking about. I crossed that threshold sometime before 1990. Did you watch the Judy Wood presentation? She is some kind of genius, I think, having the ability to make a very complicated event understandable. She’s our new Carl Sagan (without his charm).

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    2. PS: Because he and my cousin are friends, I was able to speak with James Douglass back in April. She handed me the phone, I was very nervous. I asked him about Woody Harrelson’s dad being in Dealey, and he reminded me that such details miss the point of why it was done, that I should focus there. His book has been made into a stage play, one that any small group can put on, and he suggested that I organize a showing here in Aspen Park. I have not moved on that, social fear I suppose. My cousin and her spouse put it on back on Lopez, and it was very well received. All they do is recite actual damning quotes by various players over the years, all taken from the book.

      I asked my cousin to ask him what he knew about Chappaquiddick, and I was very surprised by the answer. I always suspected it was a failed assassination attempt, but these people, when they set out to kill someone, build so much redundancy into their plans (even having an anesthesiologist at Parkland in their pay in case JFK was still alive at the hospital) that they succeed. If they had wanted Teddy dead, he would have died. That event, he said, had two purposes: one, to destroy Ted’s chances of becoming president, but also to murder Mary Jo Kopechne. She was not just some gal he was taking home, but someone well connected in another Senator’s office who was asking too many questions. He said that Teddy was probably drugged, not even in the car, and when he came to his senses was told he had to play along or be killed.

      http://articles.pointshop.com/humanities/49472.php

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