Let Me Tell You a Story


First of all, I really need to apologize for not having posted over the past two weeks. I've been really busy and haven't been able to work on the blog. 

The fact of the matter is that what you see online here is just a tip of a bigger iceberg. For every hour I spent actually writing a post I've spent multiples of that doing research and waiting for the connections to form. I have to catch up on comment replies as well, since as always there are some really great comments on the past few posts. Also I've gotten a few donations that I need to send thank you's on but let me just say a quite bit of thanks to you wonderful readers right now and I'll respond personally as soon as I can collect the notices (they don't actually come to my own email).

So, yeah. Lot of things going out there, huh? Charlottesville. Barcelona. The Great White House Dumpster Fire of 2017. Yeah. Nazis in the bathroom, just below the stairs.

Listen, I'm, uh, not a fan of Donald Trump, let's just put it that way. I'm now on my fourth decade of not being a fan of Donald Trump. I know everyone is trying to outdo each these days with being artisanal and hipster not-Trump fans but I wasn't a fan of Donald Trump a long time before it was cool.  

And pretty much everything I was dreading would happen before the election has come to pass. I don't go on about it because too many other people I'm, uh, not a fan of either seem to have the market cornered. I'm a born nonconformist.

Actually, I'm still not entirely sure this isn't all a bad dream I'm having because that chicken sandwich I had last night wasn't properly cooked. Trump may not exactly be a low-rent gangster from Queens who got lucky and hit the big time, kinda like Chili Palmer without the charm, but he sure as hell comes off like one. Has he followed through on a single campaign promise? He's broken so many I've lost count.

But do I think he's the bastard lovechild of Adolf Hitler and Squeaky Fromme? Come on. Get real. This is a guy who's spent his entire adult life doing business in New York real estate, big money casinos and television. He's pretty much been vetted. Real Nazis have a hard time hiding it. It's a compulsion. It's their religion.

Trump is a thug and a boor and has a remarkable penchant for saying all the wrong things at the wrong time but if you think he's a Neo-Nazi then you've never had the misfortune of dealing with an actual Neo-Nazi. I don't mean a racist or a LARPer Nazi, or a Kek disciple. I mean most people have never actually come across an honest-to-God Neo-Nazi. 

I have and it's kinda like looking into the shark tank at the New England Aquarium. You realize that you're encountering something that is entirely alien to your experience.



Duane from Gallery East, Al from SSD and some idiot,
backstage at Bad Brains' Boston debut

Let me tell you a story.

I was involved in the Boston Hardcore scene in the early 80s. The skinhead look was in but we were all actually punk rockers. Things could get pretty violent and obnoxious but it was pretty much kids just having fun while they were young enough to get away with it. But there were Nazi punks in the woodpile, no doubt about it. And they liked to hurt people.

They weren't always skins and they weren't always local. I remember some Nazi punk band somehow got an opening slot at a show at The Channel and they all looked like Beavis. But things got pretty ugly pretty quickly. During the melee, the lead singer of the band hurled the microphone stand into the crowd, nearly killing a girl. Then they were chased back to New Hampshire or wherever the fuck they came from.

But there were also some scenesters who started in with the Nazi shit too. I was seen as suspect not only because I liked (then) verboten bands like Van Halen and The Clash but also because my best friend was Jewish and my steady in high school was a black girl from Brookline.

I remember going to a party once, wandering into the wrong room and encountering a clutch of Nazi punks getting all weepy over an LP of old SS marching songs. It was like...yeah, I'm going to just go over... here now. My, what a fascinating doorknob that is. I do declare.

But that was nothing compared to these Neo-Nazi skins who showed up one night, from God knows where.

The New York band Kraut was in town (not a Nazi band, incidentally) and Clash admirers Stranglehold were the opening act. These particular Neo-Nazi skins were milling around, pretty much minding their own business. They weren't physically imposing but goddamn, they were fucking scary. They had all kinds of tattoos all over their neck and face and arms, including the spiderweb and teardrops. Tattoos weren't really a punk thing yet.  In fact, that's what struck me- I'd never seen the teardrop tattoo before and didn't know what it meant.

So anyhow, Stranglehold comes on and the crowd gets into it. Boston moshing was considerably more violent than other scenes, since these were essentially a bunch of prep school jocks who liked to mix it up. A fun night ended with bruises, maybe a black eye or bloody nose. Whee.

Then a friend of mine named Dave got pushed by someone into one of these Neo-Nazi skins. Faster then the eye could see, the skin clocked Dave with a right hook. One of his friends gave him a couple more shots and pushed him down.  The Neo-Nazis wore these giant signet rings and at first it looked like the punch took Dave's eye out. It was a bloody fucking mess.

The dance floor cleared. Like an idiot I leaped into the middle of it and started yelling "come on, let's fuck these guys up!" and so on. To this day, I don't know what the fuck I was thinking. I doubt anyone heard me but they certainly saw me waving my hands around and pointing as these Neo-Nazis. The band played on but seemed a bit confused by what was going on.

The Neo-Nazi who punched Dave looked straight at me and I will never forget his eyes. I didn't see a glint of human recognition in them. Nothing. Nada. Zip. Zilch. He seemed to have already sized me up and determined I wasn't anything he needed to waste his time on.

And my foolish show of bravado fell on deaf ears anyway. The legendary punk rock warriors of Boston all backed off. Brotherhood! Unity! The Scene, man! 

Maybe later.

Eventually the moshing started up again (nobody called it moshing then) but there was a wide berth between these Neo-Nazis and everyone else. Later I heard people say they were armed with handguns but I don't think I believe that. I just think everyone looked into those eyes and realized that any fight with these guys was not going to end with the usual bloody nose and bruised knuckles. 

These Neo-Nazis gave you the unmistakable impression that they took their violence very seriously. Very, very seriously. I mean, these guys were ready to take on an entire club. In Boston. They didn't seem fazed by the prospect.

Some friends and I ended up leaving halfway during Kraut's set to take Dave to the emergency room at Mass General. At some point I imagine those Neo-Nazis probably joined some mercenary force and went on to commit war crimes in El Salvador or somewhere.

LET ME TELL YOU A STORY

So the Great Trump Panic has gotten to the point that there's an ongoing crackdown, not only on actual Nazi and racist websites but on some non-Nazi conspiracy sites and YouTube Channels and Facebook pages and on and on. You're seeing a lot of attacks by establishment voices, not only on conspiracy theory (well, any conspiracy theorizing that isn't aimed at Trump) but even the slightest deviation from the consensus reality you'd encounter at a dinner party in the Hamptons or Pacific Heights.

The ongoing but markedly-diminished "Pizzagate" phenomenon is a major impetus for this backlash, especially after some dipshit showed up at Comet Ping Pong with an assault rifle. The problem is that the whole Pizzagate thing is predicated on the assumption that you can crack a conspiracy by looking into symbolism and coded language. Unfortunately, that's not really how it works. You need evidence.

But by the same token, you're seeing a lot of people try to pretend that there's nothing amiss in Washington whatsoever, all the evidence to the contrary. The Washington Post reported that child sex trafficking was in fact a major problem within the Beltway in early 2016.  We've seen thousands of people arrested for such all over the country this year alone.

There are two problems here. First, the all-consuming toxin of partisanship- which turns everything it touches to shit and garbage- got all mixed up in this. It became an Us-Against-Them thing and actual truth be damned.

The second is that most decent people can't even picture themselves engaging in that kind of activity and henceforth can't picture anyone else doing so either. 

Big mistake.

Let me tell you a story.

I used to do appearances at conventions and probably got to know a little more than I wanted to about the seamy side of fandom, whether it's comics or SF or what have you. I saw a lot of really sketchy shit on perfectly reputable dealer's tables. A lot of it seemed to come from Japan for some reason.

At a couple shows I ended up sitting next to a guy I will call the Canadian Cartoonist, who has since passed away. Now I vaguely heard about him, some controversy in The Comics Journal dealing with some offensive racial caricatures in a book he worked on. So my guard was up a bit. But he was a really nice guy. Very funny, very talented, charming, good-natured, extremely knowledgable about comics. Just a good guy to be stuck at a crappy con with.

And then I looked at his stuff and I said to myself, oh my God- this guy is a total fucking pedophile.

Now, usually the stuff you'd see at cons was essentially neckbeards fantasizing about teenage girls in Wonder Woman costumes or something. Sketchy, but whatever. That's not what the Canadian Cartoonist was into. He was into drawing very young boys in the most compromising positions short of "you're going to prison now, guy." He rationalized drawing eight year-olds in bondage by claiming they were actually elves. Or something.

That was an eye-opener. I later came to see more of this kind of thing floating around Artist Alley here and there. And don't get me started on the Furries.

The Canadian Cartoonist disappeared after The Comics Journal article for a couple years. I learned he went to Asia somewhere (I believe he spoke one of the languages) in the interim. I also heard rumors that it was a kind of "get the hell out of Dodge" situation. Around the time he left there was a fairly well-known comics artist who got busted for, y'know. 

Now, I'm sure some of you are saying what do you expect, this was some overgrown babyman fanboy. This had nothing to do with the government or any conspiracy.

Let me tell you a story.

I grew up in Braintree as many of you know. And growing up in Braintree in the 70s was kind of like a mashup of Twin Peaks: The Return and Lord of the Flies. In fact the more I think about it now the more insane it seems. 

I was only vaguely cognizant of it at the time but notorious Boston gangster/MKULTRA subject Whitey Bulger had two of his cronies bumped off across from the park we all played in and in the apartment complex I had a paper route in. Shades of Blue Velvet.

Now, in this big psychological warfare operation being waged against "conspiracy theory" I'm seeing a lot of demeaning pop psychology, which is pretty galling considering it's all being written by what former Obama aide Ben Rhodes called "27 year-olds who literally don't know anything." It's always something to do with persecution complexes and delusions of grandeur and this, that and the other bullshit.

Someone should add, "plus, growing up in Braintree" as a disclaimer. 

What could I possibly mean by that? Read this, from The Boston Globe in 2008:

Prostitution sting charges 7 as FBI puts focus on youth 
Seven people face prostitution-related charges as a result of a law enforcement sting in Braintree, part of a nationwide effort by the FBI to rescue children forced into prostitution. 
Although none of the people arrested locally in "Operation Cross Country" was underage, one told authorities that she had been working as a prostitute since she was 14. About one-quarter of adult prostitutes started when they were juveniles, officials say. 
The stings were carried out last month by local police and the FBI. Authorities say they called numbers listed in the erotic services section of Craigslist.com and arranged for visits at a local hotel, which was cooperating with police.
Most of those arrested were from Boston, and were using Braintree as a base of operation.

OK, this operation was broken up in 2008. Do you know when I first about this going on in Braintree? In 1982. I heard from a friend who I knew was friendly with a Braintree cop. He said they were using girls from the high school who were picking up men from the subway station and taking them across the street to the motel. I couldn't believe it when he told me the names. They were very young. That was twenty-six years before this particular operation was finally broken up. 

That no underage prostitutes were arrested in an operation targeted at rescuing them is not surprising. Someone almost certainly tipped someone off. I mean, this is Braintree.

What exactly do I mean by that? Well, the Braintree Police apparently carried out a similar sting in 2005. It couldn't have been terribly successful if the FBI felt they had to take over three years later, wouldn't you say? 

Let me tell you a story.

I went to East Junior High (now East Middle) and it felt like wandering through the set of Sin City as performed by the cast of Bugsy Malone. It felt like you were never quite sure the ground beneath your feet wasn't going to turn into Jell-O at any given moment. Unless I wanted to go a good half-mile out of the way, I had to navigate my way through Monatiquot Village, a Section 8 apartment complex which then was filled with Aquarian casualties and their feral kids. There was always a lot of screaming and yelling going on. Like, always.

You could choose one or two paths to the school, both of which had open-air drug bazaars going on before and after school. Older kids would meet up with sixth-graders who already had nicotine addictions and sell them pot, speed, acid, you name it. I mean, I already knew what "Microdot" and "Windowpane" meant when I was ten years old.

I wish I were exaggerating. 

The Big Path, as it was called, became a Thunderdome after school. Fights would be arranged and scheduled. No, I'm not kidding. Everyone knew who was going to be fighting there after school. It was like a boxing card. Sometimes there'd be two or more fights going on at the same time. You never, ever saw a teacher or principal come to break it up, even though this was all in clear eyeshot of the front door of the school.

Now, there was a teacher at East who was an open pedophile. Everyone knew about this. He used the A/V room as his recruitment office. He was also a foster parent. And a Boy Scout troop leader at the Congregational Church.

Everyone knew the kids he was fostering (and nobody messed with them- they were pretty tough) and he set them and some other boys up with minibikes, stereos and the best clothes. I remember standing in the art room in sixth grade watching one of these boys doing donuts in the courtyard on his Honda mini. He eventually got bored when no one came out to bust him and drove off.

Everyone knew what was going on. This teacher would stand in the hallway between periods and cruise passing students. Prepubescent students. I only had a social studies class on that floor so I only had a few run-ins with him. He had really greasy long hair, acne scars and the most disgusting leering smile you ever saw. 

I mean, child molester from Central Casting.

There was also a teacher down the hall who had regular, obscenity-laden shrieking fits at her classes. I remember seeing other teachers stand outside the classroom and fret. I'm not talking Sister Mary Elephant- I'm talking screaming bloody murder. Seriously- this school was a madhouse. And we all took it for granted.

So you're thinking, this was just schoolyard rumor, right? Nothing more to it. I mean, if there was how the hell did this guy get away with it?

Well, he didn't. He was eventually arrested. Off the coast of Florida, in a boat sitting in international waters, if memory serves. I do remember reading about that in The Patriot Ledger.  

REVISION: I'm doing some research and it appears my timeline was a bit off. This teacher started at East in the late '50s and was first arrested in 1980. I do believe he was arrested again in 1986,  but I have to confirm the exact date. But all concerned seem to agree on the overall details.  

Now, like I said- this wasn't a secret. Everyone- and I mean everyone- in the school knew about it. So how the hell did he get away with it? 

How, indeed.

Well, I have my theories but it's worth mentioning we're talking about the Boston Diocese here, where hundreds of priests got mixed up in the sex abuse scandal. Two of the most notorious priests served in Braintree at one time or other. And you had to contend with pedos approaching you in the streets now and then. It was just part of the landscape. In fact, me and my buddy Charlie were almost Mystic River'd one day in the very same spot the legendary Sacco and Vanzetti shootings went down.  

A story for another day.

So again, how the hell did this guy get away with it for so long? Well, it helped that he was plying his trade in Braintree. He picked the right town, say that much for the guy.

Let me tell you a story.

Longtime readers of The Secret Sun remember the University of Alabama shooter, Dr. Amy Bishop, and that I went to school with her and her brother Seth. I'm almost positive I was in at least one class with her (it was a Sci-Fi Lit class, so it's kind of a no-brainer) and probably more in my first go-around in ninth grade. I wasn't exactly friends with her brother but I did used to talk comics with him and a mutual friend in the lunchroom.


I should say the brother that Amy Bishop murdered.

I've been reading a book on Bishop (A Professor's Rage) since I'm trying to get a handle on mind control and so on pertaining specifically to children of my generation. Why? Well, I got kind of weird notion while researching the Grunge scene and the phenomenal rate of attrition it's engendered and it proceeded from there. 

Plus, Elizabeth Fraser.

There's a lot of material to sort through when dealing with mind control, most of it rubbish. I keep remembering why I've spent so many years keeping out of that particular thicket. But our Ms. Bishop shows all the hallmarks of being a real-life, honest-to-God, no-I-really-mean-it Manchurian Candidate and I need to find out why.  

This too is a topic for a much longer piece but let me just give you the Reader's Digest version.

One fine December night-- according to the single newspaper account this rather extravagant episode earned at the time-- our Amy was trying to unload her father's shotgun, which she had being messing with upstairs. She came down to the kitchen and asked Seth to help her, but as cruel Fate would have it, the gun accidentally discharged its shells into poor Seth's chest and he died. Just a freak happenstance. The family were understandably crestfallen and the Braintree Police determined it was an accident and Amy went on to a sterling career in science.

Except what really happened is that somehow after reading the account in The National Enquirer of the murders of Dallas star Patrick Duffy's parents, Amy blew two holes in the walls of the house, came down and blew her brother away, ran out into the cold night with shotgun and shells and went on a rampage Quentin Tarantino would find excessive, waving her re-loaded Mossberg at passing motorists and attempting a carjacking or two before finally engaging in an armed standoff with two Braintree patrolmen.

There were any number of felonies to book this young woman on but the Chief of Police came down to the station, declared it all an accidental shooting and ordered his staff to forget about the rampage and kick the girl loose. Somehow this was all fine and dandy with the Norfolk County DA, his prosecuting attorney and a special State Police investigator.

That is, it was all fine and dandy until Amy gunned down the University of Alabama Biology Dept. After that. the then-current Chief (named Frazier, believe it or not), who was extremely pissed off about the cover-up (which included police files and logs being removed from the station and hidden in the home of a retired captain) called the Alabama cops and told them about the Seth snuff. 

One of the reasons Frazier might have been so pissed off was that he was mysteriously suspended four days before Seth's murder and subsequent rampage. True story. There was another Tarantino rampage in town that ended with Frazier gunning down some nutjob after a high speed chase. Frazier was the shop steward at the time, meaning he was the one guy the aggrieved officers could appeal the Chief's decision to.

So ask me again why I believe in conspiracies and cover-ups?


This aired the week before the Huntsville Shootings

It gets worse. It gets so much worse that I keep putting my iPad down and muttering incredulous sounds to myself every time I dig into this book. I thought I was pretty jaded by now but this is like...fuck.

Fucking Braintree, man.

Let's put it this way- if I read this story in a novel I'd find it all too outlandish to finish. As far as I'm concerned pretty much everything is on the table now. Reptilians, MONARCH, Pizzagate? Hey man, go for it. If this shit went down, the sky's the limit.

Here's how it goes...

Our fine Doctor Amy shoots a Mossberg inside her house, kills her brother, goes apeshit on Washington Street, waving a shotgun at passing motorists, car mechanics and paperboys before engaging in a Mexican stand-off with two of Braintree's finest. I couldn't even tally the number of felonies she committed that night.

No charges.

Our fine Doctor Amy punched out a soccer mom in a crowded International House of Pancakes in front of dozens of witnesses. 

No charges.

Our fine Doctor Amy allegedly sent- not one- but two letter bombs to her lab supervisor at Boston Children's, who was also a big deal at Harvard, allegedly. He pissed her off in a particular way, allegedly. Guess what happened next, allegedly?

THE FUCKING UNABOMBER TASK FORCE swooped in and took over the case. We're talking FBI, ATF, Postmaster General, Federal prosecutors, so many agencies and entities your head spins.

No charges.

Now, bear in mind these guys managed to put the Unabomber in prison but couldn't do the same with Amy Bishop. It was then kicked over to an ATF unit, who gathered some pretty incriminating circumstantial evidence. 

No charges. 

The lead investigator was so disgusted he took retirement. I'm not done with the book yet but I've literally lost count of the number of law enforcement agencies that were ordered to lay off Amy Bishop. Literally everything from the Braintree Police all the way up to the FBI.

If all that wasn't bad enough, our Amy kept getting plum gigs, in labs and classrooms, even though the general consensus seemed to be she was a crappy scientist and a useless teacher. Some of her students at Huntsville actually started a petition asking the school to replace her. And pretty much everyone she worked with was absolutely terrified of her.

The inference seemed to be that her house-husband did a lot of the actual science while Amy ran off to writing workshops in hopes of becoming the next Michael Crichton. From all accounts she sucked at that too. Apparently. all the books featured protagonists heavily based on Amy herself. The third and final manuscript had the Amy analog dealing with a herpes epidemic. She wrote the bulk of it in 2003.

Oh, yeah- that Amy analog was named Olivia. Olivia, Dr. Bishop. Why does that sound so familiar? Huh. I guess we'll never know.

Then Amy went into some kind of trance and opened fire in a faculty meeting, which was staffed by -wait for it now- microbiologists. In fact, teaching staff were in a panic because somehow they believed Amy had planted a bomb designed to spread the herpes virus. Not students, not custodians- biology professors and instructors at one of the leading schools for genetic science were convinced of this. People who understood the science.

According to the police they were mistaken. Huh. It happens.

Amy was in a trance after the shootings. She seemed totally unaware they happened. She denied she had anything to do with it and that the other professors were still alive. It goes on.


Fort Strong- interesting shape, don't you think?

And even though a lot of people don't realize it, Operation Paperclip-- you know, that whole deal when the Truman Administration rewarded all those GIs who spent years punching Nazis by importing a couple thousand of the most committed, most ideological Nazis and giving them plum gigs in corporate America-- actually called Fort Strong its home. 

That's on an island a few thousand feet away from Wollaston Beach, which Amy could have walked to from her house if she wanted the exercise. I did it a few times myself.

And in the craziest darn stroke of luck you could ever imagine, by golly, Amy ended her career (and her colleagues' lives) at Huntsville, just a short walk away from the Marshall Space Center, where Wernher Von Braun and pretty much his entire staff wound up after leaving the fine shores of south suburban Boston.

You just gotta love those coincidences.

And wouldn't you just know it, good old Uncle Sam was so happy he punched out the Nazis that he spent the next forty years- at the very least- carrying out literal Nazi experiments on the most vulnerable Americans you can name: sick kids, mentally-handicapped kids, pregnant mothers, poor African-Americans, and on and on down the line. Good ol' Uncle Sam pumped them full of megadoses of LSD, radioactive material (including plutonium), random viruses and diseases and in one particularly charming experiment, fed mentally-handicapped kids fecal matter. 

Yeah, that's right. Your government fed these poor, terrified handicapped kids shit. Not only shit, but shit infected with hepatitis.

So. Remind me again why I shouldn't believe in conspiracies?

Now, this Amy Bishop thing. There's another reason I'm fixated on this case, aside all the obvious ones. Old-school Sunners will remember me talking about the boy who was shot and killed three days after Christmas. It's kind of hard to explain his relationship to me but he was essentially my older brother. That's how I felt about him and that's kind of how it played out. 

How did I feel when we got the news? I felt like someone dropped a Chrysler on me. My sister and I and cuddled up with my mother and we all cried hysterically for at least an hour. Probably more.

So we had similar episodes, both around Christmas. There's something else- even when I was eight years old I thought the account of the shooting was total horseshit. It was physically impossible. Worse still, the kid who shot him was apparently involved somehow in another kid's death six months before. 

Now call me paranoid but when I'm feeling kind of dark I think about how this all went down just outside a major military base where not only German, but Japanese and Italian POWs were "processed" after the war. Kind of a long way from the front, if you get my meaning.

I think you do.

Well, I just thought I'd share this with you while I am still able to. I don't know if - or when- I'll end up on the Big AI Blacklist. Maybe I am already. There's a lot more to tell but I've done enough damage to your eyeballs already.

So be well and remember- trust no one.

127 comments:

  1. Please more articles regarding conspiracy theory. Pizzagate is real. Bunch of sick fucks talking in a little code, kinda like when I used to call by meth dealer in the 80's and ask if Chris was there yet or if she was going to be there soon. So obvious.

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    1. Well, my advice to the Pizzagate people is first, drop the name. It's already been discredited. Second, concentrate on investigating the larger connections and forget about the symbols and so on. That stuff is preaching to the converted. Concentrate on the evidence you can actually build a case with. In other words, do real investigative journalism. You'll probably lose most of your audience but you'll do a lot more good in the long run.

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    2. I'd be intrigued to hear your take on Elsagate, which became somewhat noteworthy roughly a month ago.

      A channel by the name of Investigating Youtube is attempting to do precisely what you alluded to...

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  2. When I stop crying, I will be angry.

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    1. I know the feeling. But this is all still happening now. This was not just a history lesson.

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  3. Chris,

    Strong stuff. You're right, no one wants to believe that these kind of horrors can happen in their home towns, but they do.

    It's easy to forget the numerous military bases, local hospitals and other locales in the Braintree/Quincy area that are gone now but were prominent parts of the landscape right up through the Seventies and Eighties. Everything from National Guard depots to Nike missile emplacements, to two Naval Air Stations. Interesting side anecdote: When they closed the Squantum Naval Air Station in the early 60s my Dad and his delinquent friends were in High School. They went over, broke in to the closed base and went exploring. He told me they got into "some doctor's building" where they found numerous specimens - human organs and such - floating in large jars. One of the kids dropped and broke one, and they all ran for it and never went back. Interesting, that this would be at an otherwise nondescript NAS, eh?

    Easy also to forget how in times before Nixon the populace was quite trusting and respectful of Authority. If someone in uniform or a doctor's smock was dismissive or cautionary about a locked hospital ward or some busy side building at the edge of the base, you took heed and minded your own business. God knows what was going on down the hall, behind those doors.

    We had a paedo priest in our Quincy parish at the same time you were dealing with them in Braintree. He abused several boys before he was caught. He had been shuffled from some other parish where he'd been caught before, and was sent on to another where he did it again. And this was repeated in a thousand parishes across the USA. Conspiracy doesn't begin to cover it.

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    1. And of course this is the same state where the most powerful political figure and the most notorious crime boss were brothers. And that seemed to be OK with most people. And as you mention, there was the Boston Archdiocese. It's like a real world version of Sin City. I wonder if Frank Miller was thinking of Boston when he wrote that book. He's from Vermont, he probably knew a quite about all this insanity.

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  4. Thank you, Chris, for such a cogent post. I'm not sure what the hell is going on exactly but there are so many resonances here to my own life that it makes me wonder. I was occasionally part of what remained of the London punk scene in the mid nineties to mid naughties and experienced similar but thankfully much gentler versions of what you outlined. Except for one utterly terrifying incident with actual Neo-Nazis, but that had nothing to do with the punk scene. Me, my brothers and our father were just in the wrong place at the wrong time. But this was X Files days after all, not the Thatcher years. London youth was working on its postmodern cred by then. KJ, NIN, Grant Morrison, etc, and I was glad of it. But also there are similar resonances during my school years, none of which can be outlined here for various reasons. But yeah, predators in the school system. Shudder. The Amy Bishop thing is a trip, man. Legit scary madness. London has its own version of similar MK/illegal testing rabbit holes that it's dangerous to even peer into, lest a grave misfortune suddenly befall you. I've only ever been on the furthest edges of these things, thank God. I was intuitive or psychic enough to recognise when I was getting dangerously close to certain things and to give them a wide berth. I had enough personal darkness to deal with. But it sounds like you were legit in the eye of the storm down in Braintree, my man. And here we are in 2017 trying to make sense of it all. All I know is it's clearly no fricking coincidence that I was guided to find your blog back in the day. Paths cross for specific reasons sometimes, and I take comfort in that. This post is filled with truth in my opinion. It's timely and necessary. Thank you.

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    1. Well, here's the thing, Raj. Most people would drive through the town and think it was a perfectly fine suburb. It gets a little grimy and industrial here and there but there are some quite posh parts on the other side of town from where I grew up (in East Braintree, which was more working class). This is where the Twin Peaks bit kicks in. Underneath the facade there's all this insanity. There's more stories to come, incidentally. But it's no surprise that the the FBI agent who disappeared in the Burbank Mountains a la Dale Cooper was from Braintree. It's no surprise that the most over-the-top early Hardcore came from Braintree. It's how you felt. That there was just something very seriously wrong that you couldn't put your finger on. It's one of the reasons I left when I turned 18.

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    2. While you are making David Lynch references, consider how Braintree is a real-life Blue Velvet.

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    3. 'Lumberton! U-S-A!'

      Lumber being trees specifically cut and processed for use in building, over here the term's 'timber', in your neck of the woods that's the colloquialism for a tree being felled!

      Lumber: '1545-55; orig. noun use of lumber2; i.e., useless goods that weigh one down, impede one's movements' & 'to move clumsily or heavily'.

      The desecration of woodland so as to further alienate ourselves from our roots is surely horrific inspiration for such manifestations as Frank Booth etc. to come to have agency in our artificialised realm.

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  5. Enter your comment...Chris, we value your work more than you could ever know. On the days I think my research is taking me to unbelievable places and I start doubting my own perceptions, I come to Secret Sun for reassurance that I am not alone in refusing to accept the official narrative.
    So many people prefer to remain asleep, anesthetized by mass media and mass entertainment, and it takes a certain bravery to insist on repeatedly peering behind the curtain. It's obvious you are willing to go to some pretty painful places, and it shows such strength and cognitive integrity.
    I believe the battles we are seeing in the news are engineered to create division and that much darker forces are swirling behind the scenes. We cannot be prepared for what is coming if we refuse to look at these elements. So, I guess I say all this to urge you to carry on casting light into stygian places, and thank you.

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    1. I really appreciate that, whoever you are. Very much. And yes, what is going out there is entirely manufactured and orchestrated and I really don't want people to fall for it. I accept that I have very little power to change it but I have to say my piece.

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  6. Was wondering where you went. I enjoy your insights on the occult and pop culture and stuff like that.
    I dont think trump is a fascist, a nationalist maybe. His daughter is married to a jew. Something that is ignored whenever brought up in alt right circles. I am not a fan of liberalism, i will tell you that, but i would say 98% of the far right can be pretty dumb as bricks. There are exceptions, and I have a soft heart for traditional and spiritual things over soulless consumerism.
    Have you heard of Richard spencer? Most obvious controlled opposition i have seen since the Westboro Baptist Church. Funny how a myriad of people have been banned from the internet and social media websites for committing thought crimes but spencer not only has kept his twitter account but he is fucking verified....
    I like marx, i like his insights about capitalism, i think the far left died the second that wall and Berlin fell, replaced by neo liberalism and hype identity politics which has alienated the proles and sent them right into the hands of fascists. When was the last time the left wanted to end capitalism? replace it? help the unions and the poor? Middle america has been devastated by capitalism and the left have abandoned the working man to complain about how there arent enough women in video games.
    Thats how you get trump.
    You know, that shit that went down in Charlottesville must have been a good laugh for the bourgeoisie. Its what they want. A divided proletariat. The worst thing in the world to them would have been if those nazis and commies united and marched to the rich side of town.
    Those statues dont matter. It doesnt matter if they are there are not, americans are still going to have to work 3 part time jobs to live in a one room apartment. Its a petty culture war.
    Identity politics divides people of the same material conditions, class politics would unite them, but this would hurt the plutocrats that really run this country.
    I honestly cant tell you what politics i fall on, i just dont like centrism, neo liberalism, neocons, capitalists, and identity politics so much. I think american elections have been warped into this psychological contraption, a team sport, if your team wins you receive psychological catharsis that you spited the other team. Team coastal elites and team middle america. Nothing actually changes. The politicians themselves work for the same league. Managerial puppets put in place to keep the proles from realizing class consciousness and sending the elites to the guillotines. Is trump any worse than obama who bailed out the banks and expanded the surveillance state, or bush who started a pointless war that killed thousands and crashed the economy. I guess he might send some tweets that trigger the bureaucratic bug men and soy boy class of the media.
    Remember a week ago when north korea was supposed to nuke the world? Trump actually beat the norks at chicken. Yeah, memory holed because of the chuckle fuck nazis. A pro tip to american nazis, wave american flags, not german flags.

    That Amy Bishop stuff sounds insane. How come i cant even remember that happening at all?....talk about memory holes.

    I think you will be fine, they are going after the far right people who commit thought crimes. For now. I mean its not like it hasn't been going on. Google blocking websites, i discovered your blog from a website that google has blocked btw, google giving precedent to mainstream media in searches. Youtube trending is pretty much msm garbage and for anyone who pays the most. Twitter trending is completely controlled too.
    The most important skills you can have in the modern age will be hacking. The cyberpunk authors were right.
    The internet is a crazy place filled with shills, trolls, viral marketers, bots, hackers, bought off moderators, people with agendas. The corporate media found out after the 2016 election they no longer control the narrative....least to say they are livid.

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    1. Me tooz 4gits the Amy Bishop story. never heard of it. And I've been ODin'g on fake news since b4 Columbine happened.

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    2. I can't believe that in 2017 people are taking Nazism and Communism seriously again. And I wonder how many actually do and how many are just bored, frustrated kids trying to be edgy. But listen- I saw a lot of Antifa in Charlottesville who didn't look like scrawny punk rockers and a lot of alt.right who didn't look like internet trolls or sad old rednecks. I'm talking about people who looked uniformly fit and knew how to actually fight and break up crowds. And I certainly didn't see any of the truly lethal hatefreaks that came out of nowhere and terrorized the punk scene back in the 80s and then just as suddenly disappeared, gee, just around the time of Desert Storm. At least the first wave did. The second wave mysteriously disappeared around the time of the Iraq War. Funny, coincidences are. If those guys were there it would have looked more like Iraq or Syria or Afghanistan. If you anyone thinks the marchers in Charlottesville were NeoNazis, do yourself a favor and research the subject. We're talking about people whose entire lives are dedicated to violence and hatred. If there were 50 actual NeoNazis in Charlottesville- never mind hundreds- the police and National Guard wouldn't stand down. They'd be fighting for their lives. People just have no idea what NeoNazi skinheads were really like. What it was like to see 4 or 5 of those rage-machines terrorize a crowd of 500. Go look online- you'll probably be able to find photos of shows where a tiny handful of NeoNazis forced a crowd of punks- a lot of whom weren't exactly pushovers- off the dance floor and herded them like sheep. And just in case any Kek fans might entertain romantic notions about them, they seemed to focus all their rage and violence almost exclusively on other white people. Before they all seemed to vanish, they spent a lot of time killing each other. Re-read the bit about Amy Bishop and think about what I'm saying here.

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    3. the "coincidences" you mention in this comment drug up the memory of the Wisconsin Sikh Temple shooting in 2012 and who carried it out:

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wisconsin_Sikh_temple_shooting#Perpetrator


      and I also had this post about Amy Bishop rattling around when this story from here in Houston was reported this weekend:

      http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/article/HPD-HFD-FBI-on-scene-overnight-at-Rice-11946918.php

      son of Houston socialites tries to blow up Confederate statue at Rice University with .mil quality explosives. had previously been charged with storing similar explosives and was let off probation early.

      and that part of town is about as glitzy as it gets. I spent a lot of time around there growing up, my psychiatrist grandparents had a house a few blocks from Rice and my grandmother graduated from Rice.

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    4. Good work, Andrew. Very troubling.


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    5. not to be a sycophant, but nothing gets my neurons firing like your work. so grateful to have found this oasis in a sea of shit. I know you have plenty of your own struggles, so thanks so much for all you do here to expand our inner and outer universes.

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    6. It wasn't just Page. There appears to have been something of a neo-Nazi subculture at Fort Bragg during the 1990s when Page was stationed there. Here's some more on this particular topic.

      Of course, Fort Bragg is where most of the US's special operations forces are trained in addition to many other elite units. Its also the home of the Joint Special Operations Command.

      Outstanding and thought provoking article Chris. Your comment above about the skinheads disappearing with each of our adventures in Iraq certainly got me thinking as well. In general, the 1980s was a big time for American special operations forces that saw a dramatic revamping after the poor showing of the Green Berets in Vietnam. By the early 80s Delta Force and SEAL Team 6 were being rolled out with an eye towards creating more effective killers.

      Curiously, by the time of Desert Storm many of these guys looked like Hitler's dream of Aryan supremacy. Your timing certainly seems to fit. Throw in some of the hints dropped in "The X-Files" during the supersoldier story arch and one is left with some very unsettling implications.


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    7. Cheers, Recluse. I mean, this is all reminding me of Nuke from the Daredevil: Born Again. And I'm getting an Amy Bishop vibe from that Page guy. I need to look into this situation too. People, please read the book on Bishop. You'll see exactly what I am talking about. She was a timebomb of rage who terrified everyone she worked with.

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    8. One thing I should add is a lot of these skins didn't necessarily advertise their Nazism either. They just lived it. New York Nazi skinheads -and there were a LOT of them- didn't wear swastikas and the rest, they just went out and bashed gays and POC and so on and so forth. A lot of Boston Nazi skins did the same. And like I said, the violence at these shows was ridiculous. It killed scene after scene.

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    9. This is worth reading. http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1989-05-11/features/8904110718_1_neo-nazi-skinheads-anti-racist-action-ara-members

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    10. And thank you very much, Andrew. I always enjoy your contributions.

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    11. @Recluse:

      I cannot for the life of me find an article or series of articles that former Ranger/SF Jack Murphy did about some of the Neo-Nazi's/White Supremacists in Special Forces, though I did find a blurb about the Knights Templar subculture in SF.

      there is also a thread on a Special Operations messageboard where guys are talking about what it was like in the "old school" days in SF and how they had NCO's whose first language was German and then this gem:

      "There were a couple of dudes on your team that still wore their SS insignia."

      :O

      did your father have any stories about running into these types while he was in SF?

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    12. that means a lot, Chris. I just try to not be annoying and meet the standard that people like Raj, Recluse et al have set.

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    13. If 'NAZIS!', larping, neo or otherwise, are at work, at least to such a degree as to hold significant sway, in among these institutions what does that make such things as 'non-binary policy awareness' training and the like being rolled out in these places of readiness training (& every elsewhere (aside from culturally sensitive zones of course))?

      Not to say that only particular folk can be of service by those seeking to be served, but some, for varieties of reasons, aren't best suited, if suited at all, for particular rolls and roll outs, having said that the agenda against humanity is of a such multi-faceted anti-nature that glitchings and stickings, whether aimed for or not can be capitalised upon so as to impress the thumb screws ever tighter.

      The choice offered up of either revealing oneself a 'NAZI!' or a solidaritous ally - who knows to keep their privilege in check mind!, is the same-old one thing or t'other divide and rule that's mucked up so much since history began, the only way to circumnavigate these vortices is through honest, open discourse, anything else is anti-human.

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  7. I read how during one of the big flu epidemics what killed the victims was their immune system's response to the virus. It feels like something similar is happening in the US now.

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    1. Excellent point. Reminds of the Bulger Brothers war on Boston. Whitey softened the city up with his drugs and Billy stuck the dagger in with the developers.

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    2. The media is being weaponized now in the planned race wars. By law, rioting in 5 simultaneous cities and FEMA can step in with martial law. People are going to increasingly 'go postal' because of the constant media assault on our minds. Best now to disengage from the media. Better to be uninformed than misinformed.

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  8. Oh yeah, by the way, are you going to write about the eclipse? The whole nation will be looking up at the black sun. If you know about nazi occultism you know what that is....

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    1. I didn't buy any gear so I couldn't see it for myself. Alas.

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  9. There were rumors about a couple of German guys who settled into my home town on the South Shore after the war. Mainly it was how did they get here? When one of these guys died a few years ago his obituary never mentioned where he was born or what he did in the war. He was just another American.

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    1. Contributing in such significant ways so as to aid 'the eagle landing', among other science (& séance) projects, lends a soul the most prized stock of all: to go about one's business with nary a care of exposure by the wider-world as a whole.

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    1. Chris--just wanted to say that first, that was one of the most intense posts I've seen here (or anywhere). Second, I deleted my initial comment because A) I was very tired when I wrote it & wasn't happy at all with how it came across, & B) I can't fathom even half of what you've been thru-my HS years were pretty sedate by comparison (Jr. High was a total zoo though).

      Regarding Trump & current events--short version: I think he's the vector by which the military-industrial machine gets another world war started. Regardless of whether or not Trump even finishes his appointed term is irrelevant. The riots, brawls & protests, bad as they are, are a sideshow. Right & left-wing extremists lack vision of any kind, alt.right vs antifa might as well be a game of rock 'em sock 'em robots played by billionaires.

      Regarding the info about Project Paperclip & the Boston area, I couldn't help but be reminded of what Whitley Strieber wrote about his own experiences with such things in his childhood, esp. at the Randolph Air Force base & a certain Dr. Antonio Krause:

      http://www.unknowncountry.com/journal/boy-box

      Quote:

      "Dr. Krause used to pick me up and take me to classes at a place called South Gate. I believe that we entered the South Gate of Randolph Air Force Base for these classes. At Randolph in the early fifties, Dr. Hubertus Strughold and many other former Nazi scientists worked on aerospace medicine. Dr. Strughold has been called the father of American aerospace medicine. He also headed the Third Reich?s Institute of Aviation Medicine. At Dachau and other places, this institute carried out cold water experiments in which Jews were slowly frozen to death, and hyperbaric experiments in which they were subjected to lower and lower air pressure until they exploded. In these experiments, people routinely died in hideous agony.

      Strughold was named Chief Scientist of the USAF Aerospace Medical Division in 1961. He received the Americanism Medal from the Daughters of the American Revolution. In 1985, the Texas Senate declared June 15, 1985 to be Dr. Hubertus Strughold Day.

      The Jewish Anti-Defamation League protested when a library at Randolph AFB was named for Dr. Strughold. "Paying tribute to Dr. Strughold was an obscene mockery of the pain and death suffered by his victims," commented ADL National Chairman Richard Strassler. The Air Force changed the name of the library.

      My memories of what happened to me at Randolph are so horrific that I can scarcely credit them. I will not repeat the details here, because I cannot tell the degree to which they have been dramatized via the process described above. However, there are a few of those spontaneous, sudden glimpses that seem undistorted."

      The whole article is worth checking out, also note the links he makes to the Finders with regards to facilities in Mexico. Heavy stuff indeed.

      I've been doing some digging of my own, & while the role of psychology in MK-ULTRA & related programs is pretty well researched at this point, the role played by anthropologists is less well known. I've been looking at the beginnings of all this, going back to the start of cybernetics as a field & the Macy Conferences the Cybernetics Group emerged from, esp. the infamous "Cerebral Inhibition Meeting" & the role Gregory Bateson (& his former wife Margaret Mead) played in this. Bateson was an OSS veteran of WW2 who manned black propaganda radio stations in Thailand & Burma, & his ethnographical research of the prewar years proved invaluable to American intelligence. There's a whole huge amount of info about "weaponized anthropology" & its role in American counter-insurgency strategy that directly intersects with MK-ULTRA, but talk about rabbit holes!

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    2. Yeah, it's a very deep rabbit hole indeed. And hard to stomach. The US was doing horrific human experiments before Paperclip but they seemed to be notched up several degrees thereafter. And interesting you mention Randolph- that's the name of a town next to Braintree.

      I don't know where all this provocation is meant to go but I have a feeling nobody is going to like it much. There's a great line from 'Nazi Punks Fuck Off'- it goes "Fight each other the police state wins." Nobody ever seems to quote that lyric on Twitter for some inexplicable reason.

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    3. Speaking of Strieber, having seen the Walk-In starring adaptation of Communion again the past week I was struck by the art gallery scene towards its end during which Walk-In, as Strieber, is told by his acted-wife, of all people, "I don't think it matters.", her husband only having been abducted & raped by extra-terrestrials no less, Walk-In goes on to give a warm and fuzzy speech celebrating his new found cosmologicalised inner-peace in front of a Jackson Pollock of all mise-en-scènes, the wife going on to state "What does it matter, it doesn't matter, it's just God... you saw something extraordinary, there are many faces of God..." & "I think they gave you something, I think they gave you a gift, you'd better use it.", quite a reinforcing of abuse & trauma for all concerned, whether those the flick was based on or us entertained by a night at the movies.

      It ain't just those Hakenkreuzers who've the capacity to engage in the abhorrent, holyweird, and our financing of such cult-u-are-all Mind Benders, is testament enough to that truth.

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    4. The Pollock is his 'Number 27' (1950), The Whitney Museum of American Art, where it's collected, states:

      '...the canvas is neither horizontal nor vertical, it just is...'

      In the same scene Strieber's acted-wife, played by Lindsay Crouse, stands before Lee Krasner's 'The Seasons' (1957 (the year after her husband Pollock's death by car crash)), as part of the 'Earth Green' series exhibited in 1958 a critic wrote:

      'The paintings are a stunning affirmation of life.'

      Elswhere online Pollock's 1952 work 'Convergence' is described as 'perhaps his most famous work', a title to share with a forthcoming Strieber tome?

      Crouse starred in a 1999 episode of The Outer Limits titled 'Tribunal': 'A lawyer looking to convict a Nazi war criminal gets help from a mysterious time traveler who is able to procure evidence from the place of the crimes, Auschwitz concentration camp in 1944.'

      She also played the role of Professor Maggie Walsh in Buffy The Vampire Slayer, who is revealed as being 'the leader of the government-controlled Initiative, a military project intent on capturing, studying, and modifying the behavior of various demons'.

      Of potential note is her appearance in the sixth episode of Millennium titled 'Kingdom Come'.

      One of the roots of Lindsay is 'colony'.

      Although poo-pooed as likely by Jasun Horsley of Auticulture, the same Jasun commenting here?, there's a possibility, if not conjured by a puffing-up publisher, that Strieber had some experience of The Process Church back in swingin' London.

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  11. O_O

    Jesus Fucking Christ, man. Just...

    O_O

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  12. You've read or are reading that Bluebird book, n'est-ce pas?

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  13. Chris, did you catch this wrinkle in the Pizzagate saga the other day?

    "Jack Posobiec, Pizzagate and Seth Rich Conspiracy Theorist, Has Top Secret Security Clearance" (ONI, no less)

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/jack-posobiec-pizzagate-and-seth-rich-conspiracy-theorist-has-top-secret-security-clearance

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    1. Not anymore.
      Posobiec's clearance was revoked.
      http://www.navytimes.com/2017/08/17/navy-strips-security-clearance-from-officer-who-tweeted-about-charlottesville/

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    2. I think you mean his clearance was "revoked." And Andrew- I mean, of course. Does any serious person expect anything else? It goes without saying as far as I'm concerned. Any of you Kek-sters out there- pay attention here. Who's leading your movement and where are you being led?

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  14. I do believe in conspiracies, though my stories would be mostly more local and less interesting than yours, except the one about Saddam Hussein's human shields in the Iraq war... I was told by a first-hand account that sounded entirely credible to me that Saddam Hussein himself or anybody in the Iraqi government for that matter had very little to do with that idea. It was all hatched up by international NGOs trying to protect basic Iraqi infrastructure, because they were pretty certain that otherwise the USA would destroy various facilities essential for survival of the local population.

    Anyway, on the point of Trump being a neo-Nazi... no I don't believe Trump is a neo-Nazi. What I suspect is that he is a prime candidate for an old-school Nazi sympathizer, which is a different breed.

    Let me tell you a story, and you'll see my point.

    As most people know, a whole bunch of Nazis ended up in Argentina. It's well know they did it with a stop-over in Spain, and that some of the relatively minor Nazis didn't go all the way to Argentina, they just stayed in Spain. The end result of this is that Spain is rife with gossip of anecdotes of German people that were somewhat wary of discussing their past.

    What all the stories have in common is that, while most of these people never stopped believing in the Nazi stuff, they also knew that even in a mostly fascist country they'd better be quiet about it, and details would only emerge in dribs and drabs, always fragmentary. Like the elderly woman I met that told me, full of feeling, that they can steal anything from you except what you keep in your head. This after showing me a number of pretty expensive items I was surprised that she owned. Considering her nationality and age, plus the fact that she said she was separated from her husband but never wanted to say much about him, painted a pretty clear picture to me.

    It just happens that Trump's family is of German origin. It's of course perfectly possible that they fully Americanized and not interested in German politics in the 30s and 40s, or were anti-Nazi. But the biographical details that come across don't match too well that picture. Do your own research. I think the evidence suggests that Trump's family were old school Nazi sympathizers, and were wise enough not to talk about it in public. Also, this doesn't mean that they were hadcore Nazis. But it does mean that there would be nothing surprising if Trump's ideology, such as it is, veers further to the right than people normally assume.

    This said, I think your point that a whole bunch of Nazis were absorbed into the USA because they had technical knowledge that the USA wanted is pretty well established. And many of the kids of those people are still Nazis, and they are the sort of people that buy Nazi memorabilia and the like. It's well established that the biggest market for Nazi stuff in in the USA.

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    1. No way Trump is a Nazi. Also while his father's side is German, his mother's side is Scottish.

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    2. I'll tell you this story, Maria. Back in the early days of London punk, Nazi chic was big. Swastika shirts were big and people liked to say obnoxious, racist things to get a rise out of liberals. Then guess what happened? Real NeoNazis showed up. Nazi chic dried up pretty quick. NeoNazis are not right-Libertarians trying to get a rise out of the Establishment. They're sure as hell not trash-talking autists on internet message boards. Talking to them is like trying to talk to someone who speaks English sideways. Even the ones who are not the mutant/Terminators that invaded the HC scene are monomaniacal. Believe me, I've researched this quite a bit over the years.

      The same people who say Trump is a Nazi are the same people who said Mitt Romney was a Nazi. It's just political namecalling. Anyone who seriously thinks Trump is a Nazi has lived an extremely sheltered and privileged life.

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    3. By the way the same people calling Trump a Nazi called Bush a Nazi. And now they're calling Bush a hero. This is mind-staggering ignorance of the kind only political partisanship can instill.

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    4. "They're sure as hell not trash-talking autists on internet message boards."

      They certainly trash-talk about us.
      I know what you meant though.
      (Don't know why your comment above had no Reply option.)
      Swirly Whirly SunLove

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  15. Once again, Chris, you woke me up.

    Frazier-Bishop-Fringe! Now I really get it; Abram's "Fringe" was subliminal conditioning for the audience to become ObLIVIOUs to the horror of government secret ops. Damn John Noble's portrayal of Bishop!

    Ever notice how Jacksonville, FL is rarely in the news?

    Reading about your personal journey through Braintree, MA reminds me of just how we all are connected to social psy-ops.

    Black/White, Red/Blue, Left/Right. Too much like a script. Maybe it's all controlled opposition?

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    1. Jacksonville, Huntsville, I get them confused.

      If you get my drift.

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    2. Culture is a psyop, spookily meta-textural revelations of the method such as Fringe only being the most obvious examples so (in said instance serving to occupy energies otherwise channellable toward the circumnavigation of the illusury vortices displayed as entertainment), it is an artificial construct conjoured as consequence of industrialised mass production, it taps the wellspring of Tale, Fable & Myth - all foundational aspects of our forebears lives as they lived with the land, but only so as to divert the course of its flow in service of something totally against such Earthly-connection being possible at all, hence the bedlam, or prison planet if you like, we all play a role in perpetuating to some degree or other, those we come from did not call how they lived their lives 'culture'.

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  16. I see I am among a bunch of blue pillers. Hope one day you will all wake up and stop demonizing the right. You are not quite the wizards of the left you make yourselves out to be. Cultural Marxists. Yuck. The true story is right in front of you. Take the red pill Alice.

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    1. truth LIES dead in a ditch. White Slavery lasts 8 minutes & 21 seconds

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    2. Az well: blew is new az red is ded

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    3. To JMedion: Crux sacra sit mihi lux! Nunquam draco sit mihi dux! Vade retro Satana! Nunquam suade mihi vana! Sunt mala quae libas. Ipse venena bibas!

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    4. Anon, maybe try actually reading the post people are responding to first. Then you would have not needed to make your stupid comment.

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    5. The only thing stupid I see is the blue pillers advancing their globalist agenda from inside the Media Industrial Complex and the Deep State. All of this occultism and synching is nothing more than the left having a temper tantrum like ol' Gus that they lost an election.

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    6. Ah, the Red Pill. From The Matrix.

      The Matrix movie. That's where you get the "red pill" from.

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    7. Akin to the scene in Fight Club starring Brad Pitt, Yes! Brad Pitt no less!, with his 'washboard abbed' physique (which got a separate credit surely?) as he decries the very toxic pop-cult facilitating the flick, the book it adapts and the broader society at work enabling such flights of fancy coming into existence in the first place.

      Truly we've allowed the string pullers behind the magician's curtain to have made monkeys of us all where 'see no', 'hear no' & 'speak no' evil is held as righteous belief whilst the very opposite is reinforced again and again by those we allow to do so as our eye(s) are blinded by favoured ideological prejudiced rose-tinted spectaculars.

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  17. If Trump's Art of The Deal were (somehow) ever 'Candidate' for the Mein Kampf of our time what does that make his (and Ivana's) ad for pizzahut (especially considering his friendship/association (like so many other high-flyers) with jeffrey epstein, he of the so-called 'lolita express' fame)?

    KTV

    Thanks for your work over the years Chris.

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    1. It's just ridiculous. Like I said if someone thinks Trump is a Nazi or even a fascist I envy them, because they've spent their lives in a very privileged bubble.

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    2. It is also an obscene insult to the victims of the Nazis, of the death camps etc. And I don't like Trump but really...

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    3. That 'NAZI!' has become the go-to tar & feathering slur (as much a cognitive gulaging by those using said term on themselves as an attempt to exile those they (claim to) oppose from engaging in supposed free discourse & broader societal life) is utterly bizarre, especially when those desperate to make capital out of said slurring turn blind eye, after blind eye (whilst seeking to obfuscate & misdirect the vision of others - if you don't do your bit surely you're a 'NAZI!' too) to the horrors perpetuated by those they fly the flag for. No one in politricks is a saint let alone the sort to want to share any quality time with - the least worst options are still awful choices to throw our lot in with, they are all corrupt, especially those claiming to be getting into the trick so as to 'clean it up' (almost as deluded as those that vote for them) as if somehow they can do such a thing - David and Goliath has gone to their head (not to say I don't believe positive change is possible but it is impossible using the very systems and means entrenched to perpetuate the impoverishment of humanity as a whole, all the do-gooders get at the end of their service are self-congratulatory warm words and an engraved trinket to bask in the reflected glow of whilst us plebs rot in their wrecking wake.)

      Rearrange 'nazi' & you get 'zani'... zany: '1560-70; (< Middle French) < Italian zan(n)i (later zanno) a servant character in the commedia dell’arte', a good fit for the unicorn rainbow shock-troops engaging in full spectrum assault on all and sundry (including & ultimately especially their own as intersectionality eats itself, it must so as to seek to thrive) or rather those acquiescents that come to believe the indoctrination they champion is something 'they've always known' & anything other than a smiling nod of the head and exhortation of empowerment as agreement in response is an assault on them so egrigious as to make something like Holodomor akin to an act of cracked nail varnish.

      As to why 'NAZI!' holds such high value as a stock shock term of silencing clearly The Third Reich being a recent historical phenomena explains it to a degree, but not wholly so, especially when compared to prior, then-current, ongoing and developing schools of thought and action the tolls of which make WW2 pale in comparison. Even more oddly the clamourers of social justice ally themselves with these other movements in uninquiring solidarity to the further detriment of us all, nothing good is going to come from ID politricks for anyone, especially the supposed beneficiaries if it goes on in its cankered way.

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  18. Chris...
    Deep sync for me, as I recently uploaded "Nobody Told Me" and it has been in heavy rotation on my music player... especially since Charlottesville... Strange Days Indeed! Per Trump's behavior, I agree w/ Maria Rigel above... more of a Klansman/Nazi sympathizer.

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  19. Chris…

    Deep sync for me, as I recently downloaded “Nobody Told Me” and have had it on heavy rotation on my music player, especially since Charlottesville. Per Trump’s curious response, I agree with Maria Rigel above… more of a Klansan/Nazi sympathizer.

    - J♥

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      These are very, very strange days indeed, my man. At least it's not boring.

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  20. um, isn't the 'evolved arm' in the new Twin Peaks a literal 'brain tree'.

    Fucking Braintree...

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    1. Yes. Believe me, that's the first thing I thought too.

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  21. Counter to popular interest, this solar blackout we're having Monday morn brings a time of anxious quiet for the Navajo. They don't eat, or sleep. They don't leave the house. They wait for the absentee sun to turn back to the world from its black contemplation and again bestow its sacred energy upon us for another little while.

    “When he turns, he sends evil, thinks evil thoughts. That sun will turn black. When this turns black, it brings calamity to the Earth...”(1)

    The Black Sun is a lot of things besides being the source of ultimate power originating from the inner earth and harnessed by the Vril people, which a birdy told Hitler about, and Hits gets two idea bulbs: a)'Hey, my badass heretical superman doctrine totes needed an occult identity mythos.' and b)Zow-wee! Choice black sun graphic!

    Jung tried to say that Hitler himself was an archetype, in effect deifying the man with signature psychobabble.

    Black sun is a non-consensus term for the space-born event which should be trending here over Lake Union in a few hours. I’ll see it from my window. Commuting Sea-towners were frozen in the southbound lanes this afternoon while I managed to crawled North with my work-battered girlfriend at rush hour, these droids on pre-planned trips to central Oregon for a choice view of the all-giving life source being sheathed by black void.

    I feel like it’s the world of the dead touching us for a moment and, shall we say, counting some coup. The Plains Indians know all about counting coup and the wrath of black suns. Navajos, far as I can tell, are doing their best to un-think the eclipse. Because beyond the blonde warmth of the home star is, well, the end.

    “The stars are not just there,” he said. “There’s a purpose for them out there. They’re very powerful. It’s a place of death out there...It’s a place reserved for the holy people...”[ibid.]

    First point of contact is Lincoln Beach, Oregon 9:05 in the morning our time, ending 2:48 at Charleston, NC., maximum length of event around two and a half minutes.

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    https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/news/environment/avert-your-eyes-eclipse-viewing-taboo-in-navajo-and-other-cultures/

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    1. I never really figured out that Black Sun thing. I've heard so many people convinced they knew the true meaning of it and none of them agreed with one another. But I appreciate this lesson, CK. Thank you. Nice initials, incidentally.

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    2. "Jung tried to say that Hitler himself was an archetype, in effect deifying the man with signature psychobabble."

      I'm not sure you know what you're talking about. Jung did not say that "Hitler was an archetype." He said that Hitler, and the German people in general, were possessed by an archetype-- an extremely dangerous one. And he said this at a time when much of the rest of the world was prepared to dismiss Hitler as nothing more than a ridiculous Mussolini-wannabe. Given that history proved Jung right and everybody else wrong, his "psychobabble" seems rather worth listening to.

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    3. The anniversary of The King's birth passed yesterday with many and varied tributes, including Feige's talk of 'Thor: Ragnarok' being a tribute to Kirby's vision, as if somehow the dreary films churned out by the conglomerate production line have an iota of the Spirit that Jack & Co. made manifest. Oddly I find the low-energy-vibe of these MARVELous films seems to work quite well for the Captain America flicks.

      A Kirby attributed quote that popped up, oh so saliently surely, as part of the festivities is this:

      'The only real politics I knew was that if a guy liked Hitler, I'd beat the stuffing out of him and that would be it.'

      Did he ever though go mano-a-mano toe-to-toe against his own personal dictator Stan Lee? Excelsior? (& Stan's being so make Kevin Feige Trump?)

      KTV

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  22. About Pizzagate, some evidence HAS been found. On the website of Comet Ping Pong there was a protected section. It has been hacked and it contained child porn. You can see further description and screenshots of these files in the following link: https://steemit.com/pizzagate/@titusfrost/comet-s-and-buck-s-protected-sections-contained-child-porn-cheese-pizza-pizzagate
    The evidence has been submitted to police, FBI and many more but surprise, surprise, nothing has happened so far...

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    1. Hey, listen- I grew up in Braintree. I know all about how that tune goes.

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  23. Plum gigs and she always skates on serious charges? Sounds like political connections. When you are dealing with the largest and wealthiest criminal organization the world has ever known these things will occur frequently.
    When I heard how the FBI agents in Franklin, Nebraska handled the sexually abused children during the savings and loan scandal (Larry King) and read the court transcripts from Alicia Owen's perjury "trial" via "The Franklin Scandal" by Nick Bryant I knew that the country we are dealing with now is no longer the one we had originally believed we knew. Maybe it was always this way, just better hidden, maybe not. What is sad is the vast majority of citizens refuse to believe or to even consider the evidence. If they don't wake up quick, we are doomed.

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    1. Yeah, I hear that, Christian. But at this point I'm not optimistic. I mean, what is it actually going to take? I think the game was over long before we took the field, my friend.

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    2. You're probably right. Like Doctor Manhattan said "it's too late, always has been, always will be, too late....."

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    3. Now I remember who she reminds me of --
      "Mr Kaplan", in _The Blacklist_. deadly dangerous woman who knows where all the bodies are buried and who has nothing left to lose.

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    4. All is not lost, not as yet anyway, horror cannot be stopped in its entirity but it can be more effectively guarded against, challenged and overcome.

      Can most of us, and by that I mean all but a mere handful - if that, honestly say to ourselves and each other that we've done all we can in the hopes of ensuring those that seek to manipulate us for their varying sick ends are unable to do so, at least without full exposure and effective action taken to halt them in their tracks and keep them far away at bay if not more?

      So much of our energies are misdirected and obfuscated by our acquiescence to those claiming to seek to represent us, and then oh surprise surprise! them not going on to do so - as if they ever could!

      We are not bound by others lack of care or by their desire to do harm, this is the foundation upon which something approaching a way of life freed from as much depravity and perversion as possible can come into being, and in doing so transform the rest of our time on this plain of existence for the better as much as possible.

      All is not lost, we are not bound by others lack of care, all we have to do is care for OURselves.

      KTV

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    5. "it's been too late for centuries..."
      here's one on point from the Bishop brothers:
      https://youtu.be/FLrabJ570xM

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    6. Not too late to compose a ditty though eh?

      KTV

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  24. I'm from Huntsville. I graduated from the University of Alabama in Huntsville (University of Alabama is a different animal altogether to both us alumni and people in the state) and I can tell you that this city is RIFE with weirdness. I once attended a church here with a preacher who told us at the beginning of every service that the city of Huntsville has a curse over it. She made us say a prayer before her sermon would start which required us to face in all 4 cardinal directions while rebuking the curse. Even before I became aware of things I found this to be strange.
    Huntsville is an anomaly in the state of Alabama. We even have a JPL here. Look into Redstone Arsenal military base and Research Park. There is lots more here to discover. Great post Chris! Thank you for all you do.

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    2. Thank you, Califia- please let us know if you have any links or info you'd like to share. I am VERY interested in this topic, if you get my meaning.

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  25. Chris my man, once again, your stories are the best stories!

    Far be it from me, of all people, to accuse the PTB of extreme coordination over these things, or some nefarious over-arching conspiracy tying everything up in a massive, dot-connecting schadenfreude, but it’s more than worth remembering something that hit me when watching the film Spotlight the other night: right when the Globe & Spotlight were on the verge of outing the Boston Archdiocese of the most massive pedophile conspiracy linking all of the Catholic Church elders and higher organization what just happened to occur? 9/11. What could knock the biggest story in decades off of the front pages? The biggest story since World War II, that’s what. Granted, it didn’t stop the presses on it, but it bought them time. Precious time to retrench and reorganize. Keep in mind Charlottesville happened just as the bs “Russian hack” narrative was collapsing and people were starting to focus again on who killed Seth Rich, and why…which would focus yet again on the content of the emails, and not just the smoke and mirrors redirect of who released them.

    What happened with Savile in the UK changed the dynamic. Their (what can be called their) worldwide underground has been scrambling ever since. What happened with the Clinton/Podesta emails wikileaks release was the next mortal blow to what they represent. This goes deep into the heart of the OTO and the principles of thelema. Study again the way Peter Levenda reacted in these very comments sections and how curious that was considering everything we know now. Who exactly tells citizen investigators doing the job mainstream journalism used to do to “grow the f—k up” especially when considering the subject is widespread, ritualized child abuse? Think about that for a minute, and the message it was delivering about paranoia, and witch hunts. I like to say you can’t smear it as a witch hunt if there really are witches, wizards, and warlocks. And that’s exactly what these people like to stylize themselves as. I’ll bet Tom Delonge’s Masonic apron on that.

    Keep up with all the excellence, because the world is watching.

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    1. I hear you, Wordman. Like I said, it was part of the scenery growing up. I have some more stories to tell and some I can't but I didn't develop a conspiratorial interpretation of events because of some inner need or some bullshit, I did so because of life experience. There's literally nothing that I see in the news where I don't start looking for the angles. And that's what this post is really about- it's me trying to convey to you that this stuff is not only not your imagination it affects people on a personal level every day. Now there are all kinds of theories and all kinds of interpretations, quite a few of which I don't go for. But the basic reality here- collusion and corruption, is very real and impacting on people's lives. That's what I like to tell people- don't try to frame this in the context of conspiracy, which is practically a metaphysical term, frame in the context of corruption. Then you can have a dialogue.

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    2. Thanks wordman, your blog doesn't pull any punches and only a repeated series of killer blows will make the whole obscene shit-stack of a ponzi-scheme implode in on itself in a miasmatic vapour that will suck the air out any remaing useful idiot hangers-on, stay strong and keep on.

      As for savile, the bbc employs people to this day who openly JOKE about the crimes he and others were allowed to get away with such as graham norton, charlie brooker and so on. How the bbc still exists at all after having been involved in such a crime against humanity is bewildering, but you know 'people need there programmes' especially after a hard day's nine to five, these hard workers in turn pay the wages of the scum making capital out of child abuse and murder through the 'licence fee', and yes it certainly is a licence.

      Chris you've done immense work here over the years and I'm grateful for your efforts in untangling the many and varied strands that would otherwise hold concensus down beyond the point of suffocation, thanks.

      KTV

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  26. There is literally a company in Huntsville called Curse. They have a job opening: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/351677574.

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    1. Geez- there's a self-fulfilling prophecy.

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    2. The company founder is no doubt a smart person. He moves to Huntsville to found his company and claims a name that, harmless digital double-entendres aside, seems uncannily attuned to the genius locii. And sells out for an undisclosed amount on August 16, 2016 to the country's newest pandemic cycloporation, Amazon. Anyway, one (or rather many a) man's curse is another's blessing, especially where profit is concerned.

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  27. I am being scared. I don't know how the united states as a society can give birth to a society that gives birth to young men and women who have no soul to them. People such as the neo-nazi's in your favorite rock concerts to Amy Bishop.(Who I cant help but type how much she looks like "Stranger Thing's" Eleven all grown up.).
    Ugh I'm not a parent. But how do I raise a child who is not full of rage and hate all the time like the bullies you have just posted about. Thank you for warning us.

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    1. Stranger Things- interesting. Amy Bishop was obsessed with Dungeons and Dragons. It's how she met her husband.

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    2. I'm a fan of that as well, but I haven't got the yen to blast anyone with a shotgun. That's a bit like those people in the 80s saying if you were a fan of Ozzy, you were under Satan's influence. Or MK Ultra or whatever baleful influence. Being interested in these kinds of things as you and I both obviously are are more likely to influence a person to write a cool blog about Weirdstuff than they are to make anyone want to cause harm to others.

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    3. Paul, you're following the lead here in the wrong direction. Go the other way. You with me?

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    4. Arliss neo-nazis are very rare as Chris stated so I wouldn't follow the ridiculous MSM's line about the return of the brown shirts, honestly I'd be more worried about what they aren't saying, such as Antifa's propensity for attacking unprovoked with knives, chemicals etc. That and the idea that all of that is just fine because their fighting that scourge of modern America...."racism!!!!!".

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    5. Seek Ambrosia of deathless wisdom. Awake. aware. and willing to share. Many ways to enlightenment, choose the fastest vehicle! To shine forth is key. Chris you have many intense stories. You must hold your head high! 87

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    6. The latest poster promos for the second series of Stranger Things features the text:

      'It only gets stranger...'

      Thanks for the heads up, I suppose, illuminati.

      KTV

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  28. Thank you Chris. Just, thank you. I'm a long time lurker, only commenting once or twice so far. But this corruption is epidemic and institutionalized, much more than I used to think.

    My God, it makes me weep. And those who refuse to hear/know anymore because it would shatter their illusion of the world, infuriate me. Thank you for telling it like it is.

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    1. Thank you, AW. Warning- this story is going to get worse.

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    2. Cognitive Dissonance
      People need to get used to it and get over it.

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    3. Warning- this story is going to get worse.

      I know. It always does. It's how thing are and have been for too many.

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  29. When I left Strategic Air Command in 80, I hitched back home and inhabited this punk place.

    That was the upstairs island of misfit toys.
    Below that building in the basement were the skinheads.

    Once I checked it out. A prison riot of master race wannabes.

    Same set up, without the nukes and actual Nazis.
    It was interesting to see where that ends up first, and see the prep later.

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  30. Hey Chris - This was one of the best posts ever. I have been following your blog for years and occasionally commenting where I feel it relevant for my comments to add to your content, hopefully in meaningful ways. Always an admirer of your subject matter and content, but this post to me was just excellent. Your writing style, evolving over time, seems to have turned a corner lately. Whatever research Muse you are courting is paying off, sir.

    Without sounding too much like a fanboy (which I am not; just appreciative of fine work wherever it comes from), I look forward to whatever you are working on next and want to thank you again for your time, your thoughts-to-blog, and your mighty efforts to get these things to the attention of others. It is a sacrifice, a blessing, a curse, and a relief to do it, I'm certain. Cheers and huzzah.

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  31. Antifa? There's a group named Antifa in the US?
    What dies it means?
    But each time i read it, my brain goes: Antifada¡
    Funny!

    Always learning with your writings! Thank you!
    Xtopher do you think there were similar operations built in the black us population! Hope to be able to keep reading you!
    The Best to you and your family!
    PJ

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    1. I notice a lot of black folks are more open to some of this information than others. A bit more awareness. Maybe a bit more experience.

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    2. I disagree with this & not so as to attempt to in any way diminish the negative experience of those subject to actual, real instances of prejudice - I know there's a particular history of such, for some (of some) in The USA (when referring to racism), but even in The Land of The Free & The Home of The Brave this issue is not 'black & white', blacks were slavers in America too (& some, for all the talk of pride, power & black lives matter continue to treat their brothas & sistas with utter (life ending) contempt), but not only this the lands those of whom actually taken from in bondage as chattel had intitially been slaved by their fellow Africans.

      No excuse is being made here for anyone being treated, I would say inhumanely but as it's humans behaving so it's a (potential) facet of human being, so how to describe it? other than hatefully, but all people's of this world engage in conspiracies against those they would consider kith and kin before (attempting to) apply the lessons learned to the broader mass of humanity.

      That, from our own culturalised points of vantage, we're (largely) unfamiliar with the minutiae of particular folk's machinations against one another and towards their own 'others', at least to the degree of our own, should not blind us further to the determining aspect cankering our collective soul and that is, folk shit on one another all over and the only way to avoid adding to the piling up of the shit-heap is by being honest with one another by beginning with ourselves as individuals and how we come to be who we are.

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  32. "Study again the way Peter Levenda reacted in these very comments sections and how curious that was considering everything we know now."

    Yes indeed, wordman.

    You prompted me to recall, if memory serves, getting to the end of Sinister Forces 3 and becoming utterly baffled by Lavenda's almost cringe-worthy praise of the Clintons, as a sort of epilogue.

    It made so little sense to me at the time that I must have quarantined it away somewhere. Live and learn. Now I'm thinking - limited hangouts and misdirection may well be Mr. Lavenda's true mission.

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    1. Makes for some fun reading regardless. As my father once said, and I believe I've quoted once here before, "if I'm gonna get brainwashed at least use some good detergent." 😁

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  33. This creepy stuff - we all sense it when it is in our presence but most have been taught to ignore it or look the other way but we're really just unable to do that anymore. We can't not see it.

    This is Saturn moving through Sagittarius fulfilling our desire for transparency in our belief systems. Soon Saturn will turn direct and no doubt the peeling back of the layers and questioning of everything we "believe" in will intensify in the next couple of months because the energy is there. At the end of December when Saturn moves into Capricorn it will join Pluto which has been there shaking things up -- especially with all the squares to Uranus since 2011. Saturn and Pluto in Capricorn will mean monumental change in our government and our belief in it.

    So some say they are "scared" these days and maybe it's because they fear change? To me it's time to reckon with this evil and face it so we can create the opening to saner path forward. There doesn't seem to be another way.

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  34. To X's comment above, as a previously HUGE Peter Levenda fan, what took place here several months ago pained and disappointed me deeply. Then I started looking ahead (and back) at all his affiliations with Podesta, Tom Delonge and whatever his marching orders are, and the entire "disclosure" agenda, and how all of these subsets seemed all wrapped up in each other. (Podesta's long-term involvement in said "disclosure" campaign also.)

    As the days go by it seems the previously heretical views of those like John Keel and Jacques Vallee re ETs being more closely aligned with the interdimensional and not the extraterrestrial is bearing more and more fruit; 30 and 40 years ago I think they stumbled upon not just a working theory but a worldview of the power elite and the crux of what we're dealing with today in the political circles of the 1%.

    Also don't overlook Whit Strieber's (likely unwilling) role in the acclimatization process of all this. As a young child at Randolph AFB in Texas (Paperclip time) he was used and very likely at the forefront of the first inklings of what would become MK-Ultra before it became known as such. And once again we come to the intersection of the trauma of young children merging with contacting off-world intelligences. And names like Podesta, Levenda, et al, strangely sharing both worlds.

    We know so much more now than we did even 5 years ago. We may not know how it all goes together just yet, but we're well on to it. And if all our intuitions are correct, we need to begin seeing the world as a very different place than what we'd ever been taught.

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  35. Heh. I'm with ya, Chris. Also, I suspect a reason black people would be more open to this kind of information is found in the kind of police state repression they've been subject to from Emancipation onward.

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  36. Great post, Chris.

    The town I grew up in wasn't Braintree, but the region did have some of the same pathologies. Picture East Coast/Rustbelt coal mining region, the inhabitants a mix of Ethnic Catholic and Appalachian Scots-Irish. We also had the pedophile school teacher who terrorized students for 40 years before finally being arrested *after retirement,* along with the vice principal who openly slept with as many female students as he could. We had the occasional disappearance of police officers, and bizarre animal mutilations associated with the local football team.

    And, oh yeah, it came out just 2 years ago that the church was covering up a massive and horrifying pedophilia scandal, just like Boston. How did they get away with it for so long? Well, as it turns out, candidates for chief of police and chief fire marshal were sent to the Bishop for approval. If he-- or rather, his powerful secretary-- didn't approve, they found another guy.

    Without outing myself too much, this is also the region that produced Jerry Sandusky. No, I'm not personally from State College, but I'm from near enough that my brothers and I were almost sent to his football camp. How did we avoid it? According to my mom, she had a conversation with someone local who very strongly implied that Sandusky was best avoided, without ever saying anything. As with the church and the teachers, everybody knew.

    Like you, I eventually found my way to the west coast. It really is a different world out here. I tell people about, for example, rivalries between Italians, Irish, Polish and Slovaks back home, and I get blank looks. I've never met anyone west of the Mississippi who knew what a "dago" was, and literally just one person (a hobo near Sebastopol) who had used the word "Pollack." "Don't you just mean white people?" they say when I tell them about it. Well, yeah. Sort of. But not the way you mean it.

    I don't know what to make of it all, but thanks for writing.

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  37. Are you channeling Dave McGowan? If anyone could it would be you. He caught the cancer you know. Be careful.

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    1. Chris is gonna be fine. He's not Dave McGowan, he's his own man. Plus I'm pretty sure the intelligence wars are far more chaotic, fucked-up and an even playing field than when they murdered Dave.

      Plus, if this whole thing is about energies and wavelengths, the last thing they want is to send more awakened souls into the collective unconscious. Just look how much awakening has taken place since Dave was taken out, for example.

      That's why Dave's empiricism was his Achilles Heel, IMHO. He couldn't see the spiritual war taking place behind the material world war, and it made him more vulnerable. Of course, I could be wrong, but I don't think so.

      That being said, a little discretion never hurt anybody anyway, either. Do be careful, Chris.

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  38. My hat is off to you, brother. This is flat-out brilliant, connect-the-dots material. I still wonder, though, how weighing these things that played out in the past, and are happening now, could be used to make short-term predictions that could be tested. For example, if "Olivia" was everything she appeared to be and was given a pass on her crimes and was part of a larger waived, unacknowledged SAP (or at an even higher classification level) what is that operation working towards today? I know, I know. Impossible to parse out, given that the field of psychopathic science is always changing and may include extra-territorial players with private money. Still, the usefulness of the search is limited by the inability to take the theory and make predictions.

    Anyway, damn fine work.

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  39. Not entirely beyond the bounds of kenning though is it? We may not be able to glean the exact details of the developed plan, but what we can know for certain is this: yet more sickness, perversion & psychopathy will be directed toward the great mass of us.

    As to how to rise through & above it a phrase comes to mind: Act Local Think Global.

    KTV

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  40. It's a kind of 'Spooky action at a distince' minus the grey-cia-tavistock-esalen-skunk works-popcult-babalon working-esque machination.

    KTV

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  41. Chris, your accounts here of life in Braintree really shook me up. The small city in southern Michigan where I grew up wasn't anywhere near as alarming as Braintree, but similar pedophilic currents were running beneath the everyday surface there too. I have to believe that the grownups all knew, but nothing was said.
    The elementary school music teacher, a young man very active in community music programs, was also the director of the Congregational Church bell choir, all boys. He commissioned me to do a painting for his apartment, and asked that I deliver it so I could see how it looked in his apartment. My mother drove me there and suggested I tell him she was waiting outside in the car... I was 13 and understood she was protecting me. When the music teacher opened the door I was perplexed to see that he was dressed in a red satin kimono.On prominent display in the foyer were several pictures of the middle school boys swim team, in speedos, of course. These were the mostly the same boys whole were in the church bell choir, and the same boys who were taking showers in the locker room after practice when the vice principal of the middle school joined them there. He was gone the next day. The music teacher had a long tenure and was never exposed by scandal.
    This is just one little story. But after that I became increasingly wary, and was careful to never be alone with some men. You could tell.
    Everyone's parents seemed to disappear when we hit middle school, and we went on a two-year, neighborhood, low-level rampage. We never accepted rides from strangers, whose offers were a common and acknowledged experience for all of us, and we avoided the high school guys from Bumblebee Hollow who would tie you to a tree, pull your pants down, and so on. In our little middle class neighborhood there was every kind of child abuse, a club for little girls run by an 8th grade boy, heroin, lots of alcohol, grapevine cigarettes, sex for money, torturing small animals and little brothers,and punji stakes in the woods.
    Was my town every town, with these little unacknowledged activities a common undercurrent?

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  42. if you havent seen 'The Lure' you need to.
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5278832/

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  43. Also odd that S3 of Twin Peaks now features an actual brain tree.

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