Tyrone in part one of his book JFKTV down below, makes a profound statement:
“…the fact that a half-century of research has not produced a definite answer to the JFK assassination, nor has it brought anyone to justice, it is long overdue to question whether or not the assassination took place at all. And it’s reasonable to ask that question in a country that still insists it operates under the rule of law.”
We are not a country of laws, that is, you and I have to abide by them, as the consequences can be severe. We pay our taxes, don’t fake our deaths, don’t steal from or murder one another because we know there are prisons, and that they are not pleasant pastoral campuses with tennis courts and saunas.
But the class of people above us are not bound by these laws. For example, we’ll probably never see Donal Trump’s (real) tax returns. He (magically) made it to office without showing them, so why do so after the fact? This leads naturally to the question … did he even file tax returns? (Alternatively, it could mean he is an actor and a fake tycoon, and that his returns show a man on a salary.) I have to ask, however, does the elite class of insiders and rulers even worry about such matters?
This line of thought led me into what I believe to be a rich vein of inquiry, too long to cover in one post. It is about people who were pilloried in public and who supposedly went to jail. Since a few of us know that the Sharon Tate “massacre” was fake, it logically follows that everyone sent to prison thereafter went somewhere else. Since a few of us also know that Bobby Kennedy faked his death, we know that Sirhan Sirhan is not in jail. So who is he, where does he live?
Fake death is not illegal. But according to our trusted news media, these people are not only in jail, but will remain their for the balance of their natural lives. It appears to be a game. When we are told people are in jail, unless we visit them in person in their cell, we can not be sure.
Thus do I begin a series on the magical “Get Out of Jail Free Card” in possession of probably everyone in our ruling class, and a few of less noble standing such as Sirhan, Charles Manson, John Hinckley Jr., OJ Simpson and the Mark David Chapman twins. These are just the obvious fakes, but I will cover them in detail in future posts.
Some time ago Straight and I were discussing the video below, an eighteen minute interview of comedian Dave Chappelle by David Letterman. Straight found the comedian’s exodus to Africa after landing a Comedy Central show odd, even inexplicable. Maybe, he thought, Chappelle is not initiated as an insider, is not trusted to keep his mouth shut about Hollywood’s secrets.
The interview gives evidence of this. Fast forward to 11:20, as shortly thereafter Chappelle says,
“…it was like living in the corner of perception and reality…when everyone thought Wesley Snipes was in jail, I saw him at a party”.
Snipes, according to Wikipedia, went to prison in December of 2010, and was released on April of 2013. Chappelle does not give the date of the party he attended, so there is the possibility he is simply not aware that Snipes had been released. But I doubt it. In this 2015 interview he is deliciously evasive throughout, leaving us but that one gem to ponder. Letterman, of course, looking at his producer, laughs it off and moves on, taking no note. We are to laugh it off too I suppose, as otherwise it would have been cut.
This reminded me of watching Jeopardy one night when the following question was asked:
I laughed and froze the screen, as I had long suspected that Illinois Governor Rod Blogojevich, the answer to the question (excuse me, in Jeopardy, it is the question to the answer), was not in jail. The whole episode with his phone being tapped and his attempting to sell a Senate seat was an orchestrated event to get him out of office, but not to really jail him. (Note well – every elected official in this lovely land, along with every journalist, is under surveillance. Blogojevich was not an exception.) Rod was merely escorted out of office for a more suitable replacement, and probably luxuriates on a beach in Baja or some other exotic location until his fake release.
I quickly added up the numbers in his ID, and they totaled 33. That answered my question, or questioned my answer (again, Jeopardy). In case you don’t know it, 33 is a spook marker, a signal among Intelligence people which tells one another in code that a game is in play. Seeing it here confirmed my suspicion that Blogojevich never served a day behind bars.
I put it up on the blog that night, asking if anyone else spotted the secret, and our friend Annette pointed out that not only does the prison ID number add up to 33, but look at the time bar at the bottom. That freaked me. There is 0:30 and 0.03, or the ubiquitous 33 again. Did the producers of Jeopardy time it to produce that result?
Then I began to think … there are probably a lot of people who are supposed to be in jail who are not. Just as Julian Assange being held hostage in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London puts him out of our minds, and same with Edward Snowden in Russia, these people are free to wander the planet. Out of sight, out of mind. No one is looking for them. Once someone is said to be in jail, that person is as good as dead.
I wondered about a long list of people, starting with my favorite, a woman who would no more survive a jail term than allow a chiffon cake to flatten in the oven,
Martha Stewart: Sentenced to five months in federal prison for insider trading, we find this photo on the day of her arrest.
You’ll see that line around her neck in many of her photos, perhaps a sign of Photoshop. This is always a problem because with photos of people like her, many of them (holding her pies and cakes or on magazine covers) are indeed fake. As a joke, I Googled “Martha Stewart nude” and found pages of her in that state, her head superimposed on every imaginable body. I urge you not to do the same, as the images are quite disturbing. She has never appeared nude, I guarantee, but at least if gives us a primer in the crude forgeries being done these days with Photoshop.
Still, the photo above looks fake, but I cannot say that with certainty. To the right here I darkened all the areas that are supposed to be dark, and the policemen indeed show no signs of fakery. Their skin remains visible. But the area under Martha’s chin, which ought to stay colored along with her face and neckline below, is dark. What does it mean? I am no expert. You tell me.
So what other hints are there? Well, we are told she went prison shopping. Don’t we all get to do that? She was assigned to Anderson Prison in West Virginia, but didn’t like it as it was too far from her aging mother. She preferred the Federal Corrections Prison in Danbury, Connecticut, and the judge tried to give her that choice! But alas, the Justice Department felt the news media had too much access there. Her second choice, Federal Correction Complex, Coleman (Florida) had been hit by Hurricane Ivan, and was not taking reservations. Martha had to go to West Virginia. But oddly, she ended up in a place where there was no news media access. Hmmmm ….
And please note, the next time you see a poor black kid up on pot possession charges and in third strike country, that he will not have his choice of prisons to attend.
Did she really go to prison? I doubt it. Her Wiki page has spook markers all over it … her sentence revolved around sale of 3,928 shares of stock – a 3, an 11, and 8, the three most commonly used spook markers. She sold the stock on the 27th of December, or 3 raised to the 3rd power, another way of saying “33.” Her sentence is accompanied by footnote “47” (11) in Wiki. Her prison ID was 55170-054, adding up to 27 again, or 3^3. (That is accompanied by footnote 54, or 9×6, or 3*3 and 3+3.) And she was released from Alderson at 12:30 PM, or again, 3 (1+2) and 3, for one more 33. (Why do they even tell us the time of release?)
Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, and numbers are just numbers, but they do have a way of popping up around famous people. The whole idea of a charade like Martha’s jail sentence would be to show ordinary people that rich people have to obey the law too. They do not.
To be continued …