A piece of two hearts? (2)

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I had an embarrassing evening, a burst of excited energy shared with others followed by “Oops!” I eagerly contacted the other writers and a couple of friends of the blog to tell them that our work on Janis Joplin had disappeared! It had not. It was just buried under many other pieces in the blog search engine.  Following some chardonnay, I realized that I was excited for two reasons – one that someone cared enough to mess with our work, as when my Magic Bulldozer piece on Dennis Washington disappeared.

But the other was that I was going to be able to do the work again. It is the kind of stuff I really enjoy, discovery using my own talent rather than relying on others, and in the Joplin case, also that of our friend Straight. This morning, headache aside, I decided that I wanted to do the work again anyway. I have fresher insight into these matters now than two years ago when the original post, “A Piece of Two Hearts?” appeared.

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More fake family photos and unusual resemblances


The above photo is the Joplin family. Judging by hair styles, I would guess it to have been taken in the early 1960s, except for “Janis,” of course. She is dressed in a manner that would be more common in the mid-to-late sixties. She has been pasted in to the photo much in the same manner as John Denver in the Deutschendorf family photo in the previous post. With Denver, it was his head on someone else’s body, but in this instance they have superimposed the entire body of Janis over someone else. Otherwise the photo would make no sense. It would be of four people and an empty space. (The sharp lines on Janis, the odd black space between inner left arm and torso are the giveaway, in addition to manner of dress.)

I suggest that Janis Joplin, a set of twins by the way, was given a back story, that her name was not Joplin, that this was not her family, and that in her current Zombie state, her name is also not “Amy Goodman.”

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Understanding controlled opposition

Left: Amy Goodman. Right: Janis Joplin

A commenter over at Reptile mentioned that “Amy Goodman” and Democracy Now! were on scene and covering the small uprising by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. As we have shown by strong evidence here, “Amy Goodman” is Janis Joplin reincarnate. Joplin, who was a set of twins, became Goodman, who is a set of twins.

I know how the human mind works, that if we are not supported by authority figures in making these assertions, people will not believe us no matter how strong the evidence. Further, I know how outlandish is seems to claim that someone who was supposed to have died did not die, and that the authority structure around her supported the fakery, including police and Coroner, in her case, Thomas Noguchi. (Noguchi was Intelligence, planted and used to cover the fake deaths of many in Hollywood including Joplin, Monroe, Sharon Tate,  RFK and Natalie Wood. Did you think that if Intelligence has infiltrated all big and medium city police departments, that they would neglect to make sure that the coroner is also under control?)

So what is Goodman doing at Standing Rock? Her job. She is controlled opposition. She has to cover these events, but in such a way that no movement arises, and that we never really get to the bottom of it.

If there is going to be opposition, it is best to control it. That is the whole point. If we had outright censorship, where media was prohibited from covering protesters, people might become aware how thorough and deeply embedded censorship is in our country.