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Gentlemen, their must be at least one of you with a useful skill set.

How awesome would it be if Commodore Matthew Perry, was the ancestor of Bruce Perry, who was the husband of Arlis Perry, who was the North Dakotan woman who was ritualistically killed in a Stanford chapel, prompting David Berkowitz to write to the police in Bismarck saying he had information about the murder, which prompted the suspicions about the Carr brothers and their involvement in the Process Church.

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31 minutes ago, Andrew Prutsok said:

He’s like the biggest whiny pussy of a man who’s ever walked the earth. Total sissy, Beta, as hell.

You should have deleted the whole thing and put “Nevermind, I embarrassed myself”, in the little edit box.

You still can!

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4 hours ago, Robert Wheeler said:

I've listened to Levenda on a few podcasts but have never read his books.

He is interesting to listen to, but I have heard others accuse him of being either a limited hang-out narrative spinner or a distributor of distraction narratives, like that guy here who lost all credibility after he tried to peddle a yarn about "the Alien Presence."

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At least its more believable than Aliens. 

Robert,

I have bit my tongue lo these many months you have polluted this site with your snotty, ignorant, idiotic, irrelevant, red-herring, fear-mongering swill. But this pushed me over the edge.

Doug Caddy is a witness to history the likes of which I have never heard of. His new memoir, Being There, is aptly, modestly titled. He should call it Being EVERYWHERE. He was at the very beginnings of many important conservative movements. I believe Young Americans for Freedom and the National Review to name just two. (NB: I am going from memory for this comment, so I may be off on some details, but the gist of it is understated. At the moment, I don't have the time to research this to try to educate a dumb bunny like you.)

Then there are the historic Americans he has known well, E Howard Hunt and Billy Sol Estes to name a couple very relevant to the JFKA debate. Doug was living in a New York apartment of a very historic, cultural, non-political figure when our dear Jack had his brains shot out on an American street. I can't remember the name at the moment; some big talent in serious music I believe, not my bag unless it's me Boomer tunesters. He got the news from a tickertape, I believe, and was the first to notify the Rockefeller administration. (Sheese, I'm mangling this.) Lawyer/ lobbyist for General Mills in DC at a very critical time. E H Hunt's lawyer when Watergate broke, defied Judge John Sirica over not IDing someone or other. Sent to jail for it for a little while.

Then there are Doug Caddy's contributions to this site. Just his current/news type links are beyond compare. Nowhere else do I get such a wealth of those.Then there are his other contributions, too extensive to go into here.

Doug's most amazing talent, IMHO, is his ultra-lawyerly skill of speaking off the cuff, which is reflected in his writing. He is as brief as possible, not a wasted word. He cannot be distracted off the subject. He is as colorful as John Barbour but way more informative per minute, and, as I say, completely undistractable. Witness his appearances on Coast to Coast. I have never heard anything like them.

There's much more, but this is running on and I need to say something about this "Alien Presence" that you keep blowing your nose on. One, there are many credible researchers who have amassed evidence of patterns of phenomena that cannot be explained by our science. Charles Berlitz, of the language school family, is about my favorite. Check out his books on the Bermuda Triangle and the Devil's Triangle. He allows readers to draw their own conclusions, for the most part. He has NOTHING about UFOs and other boilerplate ET movie nonsense. I have seen in at least two other topics where you have immediately distracted the debate with your irrelevant sneering at something you saw in some stupid movie. That, to you, is what the Alien Presence is all about. It's snot. There is also a good case to be made that Mother Earth is a sentient organism of some type we don't understand. I believe Berlitz came to a conclusion like that.

Last thing: if you're going to be a supercilious blowhard, can you at least learn simple written English? In the last sentence of yours above, you have "its" when it should be "it's" the contraction of IT IS. In the sentence before that, you have the possessive "its" as "it's" (remember hers, ours, yours does not take an apostrophe - the possessive is in the form) and you have the plural of a family name with the idiotic, WRONG apostrophe, as if it's the possessive. Man, my 6th grade English teacher would have browbeaten us half to death if we wrote at that 3rd grade level. And you do it consistently, repeatedly.

Oh and by the way, that boogeyman Antifa is coming down your chimney dressed as Santa Claus. They're right behind you! Be afraid, be very afraid.

PS: Thank you so much, seriously, for reminding me to order his book. If only to clarify, for me, Doug Caddy's and America's amazing history.

PPS RE there/their/they're, do you EVER use the right one? I mean, if I were to read your garbage, it would take twice as long just to figure out what you're trying to say.

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One last thing, Robert. Your logic that, since DC mentions Alien Presence, all his other contributions are worthless, "lost ALL credibility," is one of the most elementary errors. I forget the Latin name at the moment, but it's as bad or worse than ad hoc, ergo propter hoc. (Sp?) It's as if you tried to call someone on the phone, but you misdialed or he didn't answer, so you contend the telephone does not exist. An egregious, though common, error in JFKA research.

I find it incredible that the James DiEugenio/Joan Mellon faction of the research community thinks LBJ was NOT a prime mover in his predecessor's demise. But their other contributions are invaluable; their one blind spot does not obviate that at all.

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15 minutes ago, Roy Wieselquist said:

One last thing, Robert. Your logic that, since DC mentions Alien Presence, all his other contributions are worthless, "he's not credible," is one of the most elementary errors. I forget the Latin name at the moment, but it's as bad or worse as ad hoc, ergo propter hoc. (Sp?) It's as if you tried to call someone on the phone, but you misdialed or he didn't answer, so you contend the telephone does not exist. An egregious, though common, error in JFKA research.

I find it incredible that the James DiEugenio/Joan Mellon faction of the research community thinks LBJ was NOT a prime mover in his predecessor's demise. But their other contributions are invaluable; their one blind spot does not obviate that at all.

Bravo on both posts Roy.  I still disagree about LBJ.  I think he had foreknowledge and was used.  

Regarding Antifa Santa Claus, not to distract but attract attention.

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=here+comes+santa+claus&view=detail&mid=AA346163D7D242833565AA346163D7D242833565&FORM=VIRE0&ru=%2fsearch%3fq%3dhere%2bcomes%2bsanta%2bclaus%26form%3dPRUSEN%26mkt%3den-us%26httpsmsn%3d1%26msnews%3d1%26rec_search%3d1%26refig%3d35ceb3e8c5444bd1bc3f27ac55d73fb2%26sp%3d1%26qs%3dSC%26pq%3dhere%2bcoms%2bs%26sk%3dPRES1%26sc%3d8-11%26cvid%3d35ceb3e8c5444bd1bc3f27ac55d73fb2

 

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In addition to winning the Noble Piece Prize a couple of times, and being given the Michigan Man of the Year Award, in an October 2, 2020 radio interview with WZFG radio station in Fargo, North Dakota, Eric Trump said that his father, "literally saved Christianity."

https://www.am1100theflag.com/show-episodes/22643-10-02-20-whats-your-mind-hour-1

I don'texactly  know what Donald Trump was supposed to have saved Christianity from, but I wonder if somebody should call up the Vatican and let them know. That ranks right up there with Theodosius I and Constantine.

Eric gave a deposition under oath to the New York Attorney General's office on Monday. I'll bet that went pretty well.

Steve Thomas

 

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Smart’ male chastity device vulnerable to locking by hackers: researchers

https://www.rawstory.com/2020/10/smart-male-chastity-device-vulnerable-to-locking-by-hackers-researchers/

“We discovered that remote attackers could prevent the Bluetooth lock from being opened, permanently locking the user in the device. There is no physical unlock,” British security firm Pen Test Partners said Tuesday.

“An angle grinder or other suitable heavy tool would be required to cut the wearer free.”

“The firm also found other security flaws in the Cellmate — listed for $189 on Qiui’s website — that could expose sensitive user information such as names, phone numbers, birthdays and location data.”

 

Steve Thomas

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8 hours ago, Roy Wieselquist said:

There's much more, but this is running on and I need to say something about this "Alien Presence" that you keep blowing your nose on.

Thank you for your comments. It's much easier to "engage" when someone writes something original, instead of copying a paragraph or link from Rawstory.com for the 400th time.

That being said, you wrote a lot, so I'll either pick the most interesting ones to respond to or take a pass.

The "Alien Presence"

On another thread, started by Paul, and specifically dedicated to Alien matters, I explained pretty clearly that I do not dismiss the possibility that Aliens (ETs, Advanced Civilizations, etc.) visit our planet. My reasoning is similar to other "believers", but mainly boils down to, it's a big universe, it's an old universe, there may be an uncountable number of highly advanced civilizations with the technical capability to visit us regularly. They may well have set up a galactic motel on the Dark Side of the Moon, or under the sea, or in Antarctica, and check up on us daily.

I also said that it is possible that the Governments and Military that might have some awareness of an Alien presence may not go much beyond our civilian level of awareness.

More to the point, whether the Military and Government knows anything more about Aliens than we do or not, it seems likely that "those in the know", have been using UFOs as a distraction for dastardly deeds since at least WWII.

Those deeds mostly involve the theft and sale of Military Technology to our friends and enemies. 

If you go through the Rosenberg Spy Ring FBI files, a number of instances can be found that point towards a willingness of some industrialists of the day to steal commercial secrets from their own use, or for sale to both the Nazis and the Soviets.

Thomas Lessing Black is especially interesting. In his file, mention is made of the "Rockefeller crowd" paying for commercial secrets. An unknown Dupont Executive was mentioned as a "secrets" seller, among other instances.

To make this brief, in the Cold War, the technology that was stolen included Atomic Secrets and related material. UFOs tend to show up a lot every time something very valuable goes missing. I would call attention to Trump's statement about Roswell in his Father's day interview with his son. He said "Roswell" was interesting but in a way that did not imply "UFO" interesting. In my opinion, Roswell involved the theft of Atomic technology, and likely materials, from Los Alamos. The UFOs were thrown in there to distract, or ensure specific personnel could be placed on the scene.

Another incident that involved missing military technology include the Ft. Monmouth UFO Flap, shortly after the Rosenberg's were convicted. The Kecksburgh UFO incident is interesting, in that it occurred near, and at about the same time, that Highly Enriched Uranium went missing from the NUMEC plant. There are other examples that look suspicious. As I also pointed out, the Project Blue Book file on the Gibson Island sightings is suspicious. Ulius Amoss (CIA, OSS) took a report from Sally Symington (the Senator's Cousin) and delivered it to Gen. Charles Cabell (the Commander of the new (early 1951) Project Bluebook team.)  

More Here.

The point is that there is good reason to remain suspicious of claims of Alien involvement whenever there is the potential the Military Industrial Complex is trying to cover up a crime. This would include the claim, made by Doug Caddy on Dark Journalist, about the Alien Presence, right in the middle of the Fall 2017 JFK File release.

If you look at the timing of the release of the files, you not only have Doug's claim, you also have the NY Times first real story about UFOs that did not make fun of the idea.

I may have the exact dates wrong, but the day after the last file dump (Say Dec. 15, 2017), the NY Times ran the Navy "Tik-Tak" video story and refrained from treating the incident as the delusions of the unhinged.

My hypothesis is that the "UFO" narrative was "unpacked" for MSM/Alt-news consumption under the possibility that something very revelatory emerged from the Fall 2017 JFK file release. More specifically, the Tic-Tak story, probably in various versions depending on the required level of "distraction", was ready for publication, should it become necessary to knock JFK's killers off the front page.

Not much would knock JFK killers off the front page, but I bet "Aliens Live Among Us", would.

 

 

 

 

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U.S. Court of Appeals rules that Manhattan DA can obtain Trump's tax returns and business records.

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/07/nyregion/donald-trump-taxes-cyrus-vance.html

 

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/manhattan-da-can-obtain-trumps-tax-returns-judges-rule/ar-BB19MVfh?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=UE07DHP

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There is credible evidence the president was infected with COVID-19 as early as Sept 24-26, likely from Romney's niece, and recklessly exposed  Rose Garden ceremony, Gold Star families (Sunday meeting at which a Coast Guard admiral was infected), Biden, people in Ohio, Minnesota, New Jersey. For what other possible reason would they refuse to say when he last tested negative?

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In case anybody wanted to feel like they were living under a blind idiot god out of H. P. Lovecraft:

Trump Seems To Reverse Stimulus Policy In Tweets:

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trumps-erratic-tweets-on-economic-relief-—-over-several-hours-—-leave-strategy-unclear/ar-BB19MSZR?li=BBnb7Kz

Maybe my Biblical imprecation posted above did it.

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16 minutes ago, Andrew Prutsok said:

There is credible evidence the president was infected with COVID-19 as early as Sept 24-26, likely from Romney's niece, and recklessly exposed  Rose Garden ceremony, Gold Star families (Sunday meeting at which a Coast Guard admiral was infected), Biden, people in Ohio, Minnesota, New Jersey. For what other possible reason would they refuse to say when he last tested negative?

      Indeed, it looks like Donald Trump may well be Patient Zero for the current White House COVID debacle.   And, as he has done time and time again, Trump controlled and deflected the narrative last week by promptly blaming Hope Hicks.

      The Saturday Rose Garden guests who are now COVID positive were, apparently, the ones who met with Trump indoors that day.

      Similarly, Chris Christie was in close contact with Trump during his debate prep, as were the Gold Star families and Coast Guard chief.

      Did Trump know he was COVID positive when he went to Cleveland for the debate?

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