Colin Powell RIP

Colin Powell has died of blood cancer at age 84. According to this article, his family says he was “fully vaccinated” against the coronavirus. I don’t know the meaning of the word “fully” when set next to “vaccinated”, but that doesn’t matter. I have a long list of people I am very sure have not been nor will be vaccinated, among them Joe Biden, Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates, Al Gore, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Klaus Schwab, and every business executive, every Hollywood and rock star with “family” connections. If indeed Powell was vaccinated, then he was not juiced. I did run his lineage back in Geni.com, to a man named “Powell” whose estimated birth date is 1763-1823. A single name and great uncertainty about birth date suggest to me that “Powell” might have been a slave. Powell”s mother was a McCoy, and nothing special going on in her line. In fact, in neither line did I see the word “private.” So it could indeed be that Colin Powell was indeed an everyman, and in that case, he might have been vaxxed. Age 84, for nobility, is a young death. Did he perhaps die of the vaccination? We’ll never know.

That is neither here nor there. He was, in my view, a man of substance and stature. I remember seeing him testify before a congressional committee one time, and thinking that he had a commanding, almost intimidating presence.

The reason I am writing this is not to dishonor or disrespect Powell in any manner. I merely want to comment on the nature of his service, and that of Barack Obama. Both are impressive men, Obama less so, in my view, merely a good actor. I remember when Obama was elected in 2008, I was struck by the attitude of Democrats who voted for him – “Wow. Look at me, look at what I’ve done. Why, I put a black man in the presidency! I am a really good person. In fact, I may be morally superior to everyone I know.” And, of course, Obama became a godlike figure, a man who could do no wrong. This attitude among Democrats allowed him to get away with anything and everything, even murder.

They were so damned annoying. Republicans were only slightly less so with Powell, honoring themselves for having a man in their party who rose to great heights, and who was black. It wiped some of the smug off of Democrats, as Powell seemed to be the real deal.

So I am less annoyed by Republicans than Democrats, who are still in morally superior mode to this day, the smug, insufferable bastards.

I hope I have written all of that without a racist tinge, as I am critical of neither Obama nor Powell, but merely the whites who basked in their glow.

61 thoughts on “Colin Powell RIP

    1. And as for his genealogy, Wiki says that his parents came from Jamaica, so he definitely didn’t descend from African-American slaves.

      Colin Luther Powell was born on April 5, 1937,[6][7] in Harlem, a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Manhattan,[8] to Jamaican immigrants, Maud Ariel (née McKoy) and Luther Theophilus Powell.[8][9] His parents were both of mixed African and Scottish ancestry.”

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colin_Powell#Early_life_and_education

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      1. I would suggest without knowing Powell would be connected to all of the supposedly Jewish rulers of Scotland who played important roles in Jamaica (however distant). He played a key role in the Iraq saga and I honestly believe he felt bad about it (although he may just have been nervous or a good actor).

        One thing we must admit is the powers that are do definitely admit different races into the illusionary power structure.

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      2. While perusing Powell’s Wikipedia page, I noticed that he also knew Yiddish since youth, commonly spoken by Ashkenazi Jews. It’s further indication of his Jewishness.

        “While at school, Powell worked at a local baby furniture store, where he picked up Yiddish from the Eastern European Jewish shopkeepers and some of the customers. (He once spoke to a Jewish reporter in Yiddish, much to the man’s surprise.)[14] He also served as a Shabbos goy, helping Orthodox families with needed tasks on the Sabbath.”

        https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colin_Powell#Early_life_and_education

        In his later life, he would defend Zionism. One example is his boycotting, alongside Jewish groups, of the United Nations World Conference Against Racism (UNWCAR) in Durban, South Africa for its stance against Zionism as a racist ideology. The boycott took place on August 27, 2001, two weeks before the 9/11 attacks. Not a chance that was a coincidence.

        “WASHINGTON, Aug. 27 (JTA) — Sending a strong signal to the international community, U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell will boycott the U.N. World Conference Against Racism that begins this week because of statements that denigrate Zionism as racism.”

        “It is believed the United States may boycott the conference completely if the anti-Israel language is not removed, or may send the lowest-level delegation possible, who will be there only as observers.”

        In the same article, a peculiar thing was mentioned, which was probably a subtle reference to Islamic terrorism. Keep in mind that this was said shortly before 9/11.

        ““The countries of the world are making a decision right now to allow the Arab states and the Palestinians to hijack the conference and cynically manipulate the human condition to achieve narrow political victories,” said Amy Goldstein, Hadassah’s director of Israel, Zionist and international affairs….”

        https://www.jta.org/2001/08/28/lifestyle/powell-jewish-groups-to-boycott-durban-meeting

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        1. HPM, this made me almost spit my coffee; “While at school, Powell worked at a local baby furniture store, where he picked up Yiddish from the Eastern European Jewish shopkeepers and some of the customers.”

          “Picked up” Yiddish…were so many still speaking it in the 1940s/50s? Having Jamaican parents, I woulda thunk he would be more like, “Pass da dutchie on da lef’ han’ side, mon”, but that’s me.

          Shabbas goy? Ya think? Wouldn’t working as a “baker” have been better? Must admit, baby furniture is cute, though.

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          1. New York has always been a Jewish haven and stronghold, despite its cultural diversity. It was owned and ran by Jews when it was New Amsterdam under the Dutch East India Company before the British acquired it and renamed it New York.

            Plus, Jamaica has a Jewish population (albeit a fairly small one, if we are to believe the stats) going back to the late Middle Ages. It’s like Powell was a descendant of this ethnic tribe in his family’s country.

            https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_Jamaica

            https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_Jamaica

            In fact, Colin even admitted to have Jewish blood from his father.

            “Powell even claims a Jewish relative, on his father’s side, in a heritage that also includes Africans, English, Scots and Irish.”

            https://forward.com/news/476825/colin-powell-jewish-yiddish-bronx/

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          2. Looking at his genealogy, I found that he was a Bromfield (Jewish), a Gordon (Peerage), a Spencer (Peerage), and a Simpson (Wallis Simpson? Nicole Simpson-Brown?) So clearly related to the Families.

            https://www.geni.com/people/David-Bromfield/6000000043799191053

            (Louisa was also a Turner, as in Ted Turner. Surprise, surprise.)

            https://www.geni.com/people/Louisa-Gordon/6000000036346816918

            https://www.geni.com/people/Aubrey-Powell/6000000011862899244

            https://www.geni.com/people/Mary-Simpson/6000000031619304958

            The last one was a Roach. In Jamaica, that’s an Anglicized version of de la Roche and is Jewish. Lyndon LaRouche comes to mind. Perhaps cousins?

            “Some of these surnames were then made to sound more English, in order to ‘blend’ with the newly arrived British. An example would be De La Roche being changed to Roach(e) and Eben /Ibanez changed to Ebanks.”

            https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_Jamaica#Modern_times

            He’s also a Burton, as in Richard Burton.

            https://www.geni.com/people/Ruth-Swaby/6000000010554911310

            Does he look like an “everyman” to you?

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            1. Looking at the maternal side of his father’s bloodline (via Sybil Bromfield, nee Phillips (ca. 1878-1934)), he’s also a Phillips, a Parker, and a Babbitt (Ashley Babbitt), and a Hathaway (as in A-lister Anne Hathaway?)

              So he appears to be related to the family owning Phillips Electronics, the behemoth behind Elvis Presley, and possibly to Camilla Parker-Bowles**, wife of Prince Charles (which is confirmed once you look at Colin’s ancient roots in the British Peerage). The Babbitt name could tie him to the 1/6 hoax. The Hathaway name could tie him to the Hollywood elite.

              https://www.geni.com/people/Sybil-Bromfield/6000000086016726839

              https://www.geni.com/people/Hugh-Parker/6000000001926807959

              https://www.geni.com/people/Elkanah-Babbitt/6000000003939959133

              https://www.geni.com/people/John-Hathaway-of-Taunton/6000000000933749512

              He’s also a Pierce, a Moore, a Vinton, and a Clarke. Those are pretty big Peerage names. Barbara Bush’s (official) father was a Pierce, so Colin may have been her cousin (how fitting), and Clarke is a variant of Clark, as in William Clark of the Lewis & Clark expedition.

              https://www.geni.com/people/John-Pierce/6000000003040455373

              https://www.geni.com/people/Blaise-Vinton/6000000006727984803

              https://www.geni.com/people/George-Moore/6000000148690166924

              https://www.geni.com/people/William-Clarke/6000000018134840742

              Going further back, he’s related to the aristocratic Biggefamily of Medieval England, starting with Sir Thomas Bigge (ca. 1378-1452). They later became the Briggs bloodline that interloped with the Phillips line via Olive Briggs in the 18th century. He’s also a Forster (possibly a variation of Forester, e.g. Lynn Forester de Rothschild, and Foster, e.g. Elizabeth Foster, Georgiana Spencer‘s frenemy). That makes Colin Powell crypto-Jewish nobility.

              https://www.geni.com/people/Sir-Thomas-Bigge/6000000037090744947

              https://www.geni.com/people/Olive-Phillips/6000000003927480540

              https://www.geni.com/people/Mary-Henley/6000000078776537888

              They include the gentry Bigges of Northumberland, U.K. who produced notable people such as John Bigge (1780-1843), British chief justice who presided over the Bigge inquiry in the early 19th century. He was the son of Thomas Bigge (1739–1794), High Sheriff of Northumberland who procured several children, one of them a banker.

              https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Bigge

              https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Charles_Bigge

              https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Hanway_Bigge

              He’s completely “juiced” at this point. No one can deny it anymore (as if it was ever deniable).

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            2. Looking at the maternal side of his father’s bloodline (via Sybil Bromfield, nee Phillips (ca. 1878-1934)), he’s also a Phillips, a Parker, and a Babbitt (Ashley Babbitt?), and a Hathaway (as in A-lister Anne Hathaway?)

              So he appears to be related to the family owning Phillips Electronics, the behemoth behind Elvis Presley, and possibly to Camilla Parker-Bowles, wife of Charles, Prince of Wales (which is confirmed once you look at Colin’s ancient roots in the British Peerage). The Babbitt name could tie him to the 1/6 hoax. The Hathaway name could tie him to the Hollywood elite.

              https://www.geni.com/people/Sybil-Bromfield/6000000086016726839

              https://www.geni.com/people/Hugh-Parker/6000000001926807959

              https://www.geni.com/people/Elkanah-Babbitt/6000000003939959133

              https://www.geni.com/people/John-Hathaway-of-Taunton/6000000000933749512

              He’s also a Pierce, a Moore, a Vinton, and a Clarke. Those are pretty big Peerage names. Barbara Bush’s (official) father was a Pierce, so Colin may have been her cousin (how fitting), and Clarke is a variant of Clark, as in William Clark of the Lewis & Clark expedition.

              https://www.geni.com/people/John-Pierce/6000000003040455373

              https://www.geni.com/people/Blaise-Vinton/6000000006727984803

              https://www.geni.com/people/George-Moore/6000000148690166924

              https://www.geni.com/people/William-Clarke/6000000018134840742

              Going further back, he’s related to the aristocratic Biggefamily of Medieval England, starting with Sir Thomas Bigge (ca. 1378-1452). They later became the Briggs bloodline that interloped with the Phillips line via Olive Briggs in the 18th century. He’s also a Forster (possibly a variation of Forester, e.g. Lynn Forester de Rothschild, and Foster, e.g. Elizabeth Foster, Georgiana Spencer‘s frenemy). That makes Colin Powell crypto-Jewish nobility.

              https://www.geni.com/people/Sir-Thomas-Bigge/6000000037090744947

              https://www.geni.com/people/Olive-Phillips/6000000003927480540

              https://www.geni.com/people/Mary-Henley/6000000078776537888

              They include the gentry Bigges of Northumberland, U.K. who produced notable people such as John Bigge (1780-1843), British chief justice who presided over the Bigge inquiry in the early 19th century. He was the son of Thomas Bigge (1739–1794), High Sheriff of Northumberland who procured several children, one of them a banker.

              https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Bigge

              https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Charles_Bigge

              https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Hanway_Bigge

              He’s 100% “juiced” at this point. No one can deny it anymore (as if it was ever deniable).

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      1. I always suspected that “deadly” vial he brandished during testimony was full of Peruvian flake coke, but again, that’s me. Hey, didn’t his kid get a federal judicial appointment shortly thereafter? Coinky-dink fer sure, ’cause this is a fucking meritocracy, see?

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  1. “I remember when Obama was elected in 2008, I was struck by the attitude of Democrats who voted for him…. And, of course, Obama became a godlike figure, a man who could do no wrong. This attitude among Democrats allowed him to get away with anything and everything, even murder.”

    Ironically, those same “Democrats” who “elected” Obama into office in 2008 probably would’ve lynched or defamed him for running for president if they lived in, say, 1860, when the Democratic party was pro-slavery and openly racist. Even going 50-60 years back, they were still a party of open white supremacists and Jim Crow segregationists (at least the Southern Democrats were). Of course, the Republicans really aren’t any better, either, but at least their hypocrisy isn’t so brazen.

    They’re all full of bullshit. No exception.

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  2. All right, fellas, I get it. Just understand that it would be in poor taste to attack a man on his death. As leader, he did what he was told to do by powers higher than him. I get that.

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    1. “As leader, he did what he was told to do by powers higher than him.”

      So were all the other “leaders” at the time, including President Bush. They all were actors and order followers. That doesn’t alleviate them from guilt when they knew what they were doing was wrong for the country (and the world), however, and Powell was no exception.

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          1. I lived through it all, read books and blog pages and listened to talks and somehow came to grips with it all, eventually learning that I have to float above it all, as I cannot let if affect my … how do you say it … piece of mind?

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            1. Yes, I have as well. But there comes a time when these people (and their handlers directing them) need to be held accountable for their actions. All in all, I think both of us will agree on that sentiment, even if our attitude towards the dead differs.

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              1. What are you doing to hold Powell and his ilk “accountable for their actions” — annoying Mark, who spent his valuable time writing this post and running this site?

                Way to stick it to ’em, pal.

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                1. I think the best thing we can do at this point is to call out their actions and expose them far and wide as much as possible. If enough massive, effective public shaming of these clowns and, more importantly, their handlers, is achieved, this will cause them to be more careful of what they’re doing.

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                  1. But for that, we need a larger audience of people willing to listen to our perspective on the current state of affairs. Unfortunately, most of them are a “lost cause”, so don’t expect outrage and immediate action taken en masse.

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    2. Just following orders. The poor man. He didn’t have a choice. Was he Catholic? Maybe there’s a sainthood in store for him. Do Iraqi children have a vote in this?

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      1. I bought into the whole Ramsey Clark thing about Iraqi children dying of disease and starvation. I think I was played. Of course, I don’t know what is real, what is fake, but do know they like to create side-issues to engage people who pay (too) close attention. I think that’s all Ramsey was told to do.

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        1. I wouldn’t be surprised if that was staged. Still, it doesn’t make it any less despicable knowing the intention behind pushing these contrived stories and the psychological impact they have on the masses.

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  3. Biological and Chemical weapons plant on rail cars…constantly on the move to avoid detection.

    Only a psychopath could dream such $#@& up.

    Really. Ponerology incarnate.

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  4. The one thing I will give Colin Powell credit for is that he was a stellar political and military actor, more so than Obama ever was. He also initially was not so hawkish about waging pointless wars before he joined the Bush II administration in 2001.

    The main problem I have with him is that even though he was an actor on the geopolitical stage, thus did not act on his own fruition when it came to public policy, he knew better (or should’ve known better) than to become a mindless puppet of the military industry complex, despite its inevitability.

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    1. Yes, I didn’t know until yesterday that during his long career he was often a player in big stories. Forrest Gump like, he just always happened to be right where the action was, heh.

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  5. 10/18/2021 Well there is that 18 number again. No way to tell if he died or what from. At that age i’m sure he did pass away and they just had to tack on Covid as the main cause. Covid hasn’t been in my local news at all for about two weeks now, not even a case update. A month ago the local news was stating several Covid cases and still listing deaths from Covid. It’s like they are taking a break, since I assume they will amp things back up when it starts getting snowy and cold out. Maybe the Colin Powell headlines are to remind us all that Covid is still a thing, since it seems many people have moved on with their lives.

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    1. Nice twist though – being “fully vaxxed,” so “no guarantees” even though such incidents are “extremely rare.”

      Fully vaxxed btw, in this case equals double vaxxed (per NPR.)

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    2. If you test positive for Covid within a certain number of weeks of your death, you are listed as a Covid death, no matter what got you. That might be why the guy in Britain who got hit by a bus died of Covid.

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  6. I agree with this author.

    Had he retired after being Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, after Gulf War I, he would have been a respected military hero and genius strategist, for winning a 6-week war capped by a 3-day ground game, and devastating the retro-armed and bloated half-assed army of the biggest pain in the ass in that quadrant of the globe in decades, for the relatively modest cost of less than 300 American dead.

    Instead, he fulfilled his Peter Principle destiny, promoted not to a great SecDef, a job at which he would have excelled, but rather to being a mediocre Secretary of State, who helped get us into two more pointless wars, and materially contributing to the total waste of the lives of over 6700 US troops, 8000 private contractors, and the suicides of over 30,000 former US servicemen since the war’s end. We won’t know the final toll until we find out how many US citizens have been killed since the abrupt abandonment of Afghanistan, and the last OIF/OEF veteran eats his own gun. That’s a lot of blood on the hands of just one incompetent affirmative-action hire. I hope he wore bermuda shorts and a t-shirt to the afterlife, because it’s likely to be pretty hot were he’s gone.

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    1. Military scum are responsible for their own choices and actions. They chose to follow the orders of profiteers and psychopaths.
      There would be no game if the pawns refused to play.

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      1. I agree. Military and police both in my opinion enable the psychopaths. Only problem is zombies gonna do what zombies do. I was a zombie but somehow loathed the military, I could have just as easily loved them I think. We are all victims of severe brainwashing first.

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  7. Powell’s death is on the second anniversary of Event 201, and Wuhan World Military Games. It’s all synced up; coincidence, right?

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