We have a couple of projects in the works and many on the shelf here, enough to get us well into next year. We are doing due diligence on one that, if the evidence holds up, will be of high importance, in my view and Straight’s. It will at the very least expose major Intel control of a police department in a small city.
In the meantime, I urge all interested readers to stay caught up on the comments. There is real forward movement there. I might surprise you with a twin or Zombie, and Straight is always working that stuff too. But the answers to the questions “Why Zombies?”, “Why twins?” and “How so many twins” are beginning to flesh out in the comments.
Below is one I liked from an unknown party, first time I’ve heard from him/her, or perhaps just a new name for the commenter – I really don’t care. It is the content that counts. S/he used the name Frito under The Steve Clark Blunder post, and was responding to my glib assumption that Anderson Cooper, or the Cooper twins, had been assigned low-level work as CNN news readers, unbecoming of Vanderbilts.
“While your dismissal of Cooper as a lowly CNN reporter is kind of funny, and I love the idea of him reading it and recognizing that he’s in a pretty low status job for a Vanderbilt, you underestimate the benefit to Intelligence of a CNN reporter. He’s the guy legitimizing all the fakery. He’s the guy who interviews relatives of victims after false flags. He’s the guy interviewing the politicos. His influence is not small. The Face of CNN is a relatively important Intelligence Asset position. I’d say he outranks most entertainers. Singers teaching girls to be slutty certainly have a powerful and pernicious influence. But the whole industry does that. Whereas CNN is the place where news stories are turned into video to get inside TV watchers heads. The singers influence the culture, Cooper shapes, translates, and communicates the Narrative, putting every news event, real or fake, into the desired context for Intelligence. All that said, I see your point. The ratings for cable news are abysmal and getting worse.”