Saturday, December 30, 2017

Don Henley – Music Industry’s Weinstein?

Don Henley – Music Industry’s Weinstein?

Will alleged very damaging information the wife of a current California Legislator has on Don Henley (Eagles), in tandem with David Geffen, come to light in 2018?

Geffen owns DreamWorks and Geffen Records and was the original publisher of  early Eagles hits. And David Geffen, Obama, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Hanks and Oprah all went on Geffen’s yacht a few months back. Very strange combination of types of celebrities and interesting timing. The Swamp is draining and shocking information seems to be revealed daily. One wonders, what or who will be next as the nation comes to grips with the level of corruption found in so many areas, some once considered untouchable.
They Say It's Your Birthday: Don Henley - Cover Me
While searching for information this information was found in a tweet:
Charlie Chaplin impregnated a 15-year-old.
Elvis Presley was “guardian” of the 14-year-old Priscilla and married her when she was 16.
Roman Polanski raped a 13-year-old girl.
Eagles Don Henley and two underage prostitutes who overdose.
All still worshiped by many people.

10/1/2015 – Don Henley: ‘There’s no partying, no alcohol, it’s like a morgue backstage’ article by The Guardian.

Henley protects his privacy, but he’s not as guarded as he might be. He remembers a strange mile-high tryst with super-groupie Connie Hamzy when the pilot unexpectedly joined in, and says that “by the time I was my son’s age I was a lush”.
We don’t discuss his 1979 charge for contributing to the delinquency of a minor after a naked 16-year-old prostitute suffered a drug overdose during a party at his home in LA, where cocaine, marijuana and quaaludes were seized. However, on most subjects, he is candid. He recalls trying to follow up 1976’s Hotel California (total sales: 32m) with 1979’s The Long Run – just as Fleetwood Mac, whose Stevie Nicks he was then dating, were struggling to match Rumours – and failing miserably before splitting, bloodily, in 1980.
“We were in a dark place,” he offers. “We were doing way too many drugs, just fucked up all the time because we felt this tremendous pressure. We should have taken a year off, or hired a band psychiatrist. Or both.”
Also at the restaurant is his manager, the notorious Irving Azoff, also known as “the Poison Dwarf”, one of the subjects of Hit Men, Fredric Dannen’s 1990 music industry exposé. He seems innocuous enough, a diminutive, silver-haired sexagenarian quietly demolishing a plate of charred cow. But this is the character (“One of the most loathed men in the music business,” according to Dannen) who once sent an adversary a boa constrictor, and threatened to defenestrate a TV set because hotel staff couldn’t silence construction workers on the street below.
In 2012, Azoff topped Billboard’s Power 100. Henley quipped of him, “He’s Satan, but he’s our Satan.” Nevertheless, it’s a measure of Eagles’ turbulent career that an individual of Azoff’s fearsome repute was required to keep them on track. [1]

Teen Angels: 10 Musicians with a Penchant for Young Girls

Back in 1980, Eagles drummer/singer Don Henley was arrested when police found a drugged, naked 16-year-old girl at his house in Hollywood. Henley got a $2,000 fine and two years probation (seriously?) for the offense. We’d like to have heard what his Texan mama had to say about this at the time. Our guess is it wasn’t pleasant. [2]

Beverly Hills Madam Elizabeth Adams Dies

For years, the millionaire madam known to clients and friends as “Madam Alex” kept a little black book that was said to catalogue the sexual secrets of many of the city’s most important men.Using the alias Alex Fleming, she ran an international prostitution network dispatching charming young women to pricey Beverly Hills hotel suites, Europe and Caribbean cruises–for fees that ranged from $300 for two hours to $2,000 a day. [3]

Jumping to Conclusions

To most of his colleagues at the LAPD, Mike Brambles was one ambitious son-of-a-bitch. In less than a decade he had risen from patrol to vice, then narcotics, before being promoted in 1979 to the Sexually Exploited Child Unit, a special squad established to counter the growing perception of a child prostitution problem in Los Angeles County. The following year, Brambles broke his first big case with the arrest of Eagles lead singer Don Henley, in whose home a 16-year-old female prostitute was allegedly found nude and whacked out on drugs. It was during his follow-up work on this case that Brambles began to consider the possibility of a kiddie porn conspiracy.
According to LA Magazine, one of his main sources in the Hollywood sex trade was Elizabeth “Alex” Adams, the notorious “Beverly Hills Madam.” Brambles was fascinated with Madam “Alex”‘s little black “trick book,” a private phone directory that reputedly contained the names of LA politicians, police brass and other prominent locals. The trick book was mostly a tame affair — few public officials of any rank had ever been exposed in it — but Madam “Alex”‘s frequent rumour-mongering about an international kiddie porn and prostitution ring provoked thoughts of conspiracy in Mike Brambles.[4]

Former LAPD Golden Boy Tarnished by Holdup Arrest : Police: Mike Brambles’ admirers–and enemies–are shocked by the charges against him in nine robberies.

In 1990, after the LAPD’s own Administrative Vice unit arrested Adams after years of unfettered madaming, she called Brambles as a witness to boost her defense–that she had bought immunity from arrest by providing police with information. The prosecutor, Pam Bozanich, who later gained fame in the Menendez case, said Brambles confronted her outside the courthouse and told her “Adams would never do a day in custody.”
“I said, ‘Whose side are you working on?’ ”
An Administrative Vice detective became suspicious, too, after seeing Brambles “with his nose in our files. I almost went to fist city with him.” Still, Brambles prevailed when prosecutors agreed to let Adams off with probation.
And then Adams.
The Beverly Hills madam saw a frame job. “All the infighting and knocking each other down and ratting each other out–it’s unbelievable what they do to each other in this LAPD!” she said. So she asked her own attorney to visit Brambles. Then she got a call from the ex-detective, from jail. “He (asked) if I’d be a witness for him and I said, ‘Anytime.’ I’m gonna tell them all the good work he did.” The woman who helped Mike Brambles climb the LAPD ladder even threatened to pull out a few names from that little black book every madam is rumored to have, but which never seems to appear. “If they don’t lay off,” she said, “I’m gonna sing like a canary.” [5]

Don Henley – Wikipedia

In 1974, Henley became involved with Loree Rodkin, and the breakup of their relationship was the inspiration for the song “Wasted Time” and parts of the lyrics for “Hotel California”. Late in 1975, Henley started dating Fleetwood Mac singer Stevie Nicks as her relationship with Lindsey Buckingham came to an end. The relationship lasted on and off for around two years. Nicks later wrote a song “Sara” that Henley claimed to be about their unborn child. Henley then began a three-year-long relationship with actress/model and Bond girl Lois Chiles.
Henley called paramedics to his home on November 21, 1980, where a 16-year-old girl was found naked and claiming she had overdosed on quaaludes and cocaine. She was arrested for prostitution, while a 15-year-old girl found in the house was arrested for being under the influence of drugs. He was subsequently charged for contributing to the delinquency of a minor, fined and put on probation. Henley was arrested and pleaded no contest. He was fined $2,500 and put on two years’ probation. Chiles, who was no longer in a relationship with Henley at the time of the incident, later said, “I was shocked to hear about it. He didn’t have drugs around the house. It was an accident, I’m sure.” [6]

Airing Don Henley’s “Dirty Laundry” on His 64th Birthday

Although Henley has said the song’s inspiration drew from the intrusive media coverage generated by the deaths of certain celebrities — John Belushi and Natalie Wood in particular — he could also count himself among the media’s prey. However, in his case, Henley was hardly innocent. On November 21, 1980, a 911 call from Henley’s home led the L.A. Fire Department to find a naked 16-year-old prostitute who had OD’ed on cocaine. Henley later entered a plea of no contest to the misdemeanor charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and received two years’ probation. He denied knowing how old she was, insisted he never had sexual contact with her, and all but blamed his roadies for her ingestion of drugs. [7]

Popdose Flashback, or When Good Albums Happen to Bad People: Don Henley, “The End of the Innocence”

On the morning of November 21, 1980, the Los Angeles fire department responded to Don Henley’s call to help someone at his house who apparently was having a seizure. The person turned out to be a naked 16-year-old prostitute who had been taking large amounts of cocaine and Quaaludes. While Henley pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and admitted the girl arrived after he called a madam to find girls to party with, he still claims that he didn’t have sex with her, didn’t know how old the prostitute was, and didn’t know how many drugs she was doing–he seems to place the blame for her mass ingestion on roadies who were at his house. In the end, Henley got a fine and two year’s probation, and avoided any harsher drug or sex-related charges.
If this was merely an isolated speed bump along the road of life…well, I wouldn’t be writing this article. Fact is, Henley has had a long history of debauchery in his past. The book You’ll Never Make Love in This Town Again — a tell-all from four high-priced call girls with celebrity clientele — goes into Henley’s love of coke orgies. I once saw a comic in Los Angeles that “acted out” a supposed event from the book, where multiple prostitutes visited Henley in his hotel room. I won’t go into detail, except one of the call girls mentioned that she had never in her life been around anyone who reeked more of alcohol than Henley. [8]

Blind Item #1 – He Made Millions From Raping Young Girls – Himmmm

#1 was coming to the end of his legendary run with a group. #1 had developed many nasty habits and lifestyle choices that made Roman Polanski look normal. But the Rocker was always protected. His past girlfriend #4 was always there to support him, as was her then-boyfriend #5. Both were always at the forefront of Feminist causes, and possibly the most powerful couple on the California or even national scene. It also helped to have the most powerful people in show business to protect you too. His manager #2 who had lawyers, media contacts, and investigators on speed-dial. Also #3 who, although they had a love-hate relationship that would eventually turn to all hate, was glad to protect his money machine. Even when they would later sue each other for millions, they came together for political events. Thus, the Rocker never really cared about consequences.
…After the 15 year-old passed out, he began raping her. Then he began raping the 16 year-old. When the younger girl woke up, she was scared to death, and saw her friend was having convulsions. The Rocker was ignoring her, yelling on the phone, talking to someone later revealed to be #2. Then the Paramedics arrived. They walked into a scene they described as “Sodom and Gomorrah” with drugs, vomit, and booze everywhere. Both underage girls were totally naked, although the younger of the two began trying to dress. What none of them knew at the time, was that the 15 year-old had managed to grab several of the Polaroids and stuff them into her clothes. At the time, she was petrified of the cops or her parents finding out, and the proof of her activity was all there in those Polaroids. So she grabbed them when the others were distracted, to destroy them later.
The 15 year-old has grown into a confident, fearless, brilliant woman. She’s spent the past few years (urged on by her husband and kids) putting her story and the case meticulously back together. Piece by piece. Legally.
#1 – Permanent A list singer from a permanent A list group – Don Henley?
#2 – The manager of #1 and many many many others – Irving Azoff?
#3 – Top 3 entertainment mogul. You don’t mess with him – David Geffen?
#4 – A+ list singer back in the day. Probably permanent A- list singer – Linda Rondstadt?
#5 – Permanent A list celebrity – Jerry Brown?
#6 – Celebrity madam who has passed – Elizabeth Adams?
#7 – Permanent A list actress who was murdered – Natale Wood? (Natalie Woods died about a week after this incident with Henley but not finding any connection to her or the players in this.)
#8 – Permanent A+ list celebrity – Bill Clinton?
#9 – Permanent A+ list celebrity and spouse of #8. Hillary Clinton?

Add #10 – LAPD Vice Cop – Mike Brambles?
From Comments –
Guessing that the victim is Sonia Denham or Jill Lamalfa.
CA northern districts 1,4,8 and 10 have gop representatives. Doug Lamalfa (1) and Jeff Denham(4) and wives could fit the age requirement.
Jeff Denham’s a bigger name in the news with a more high profile district which includes part of silicon valley. but Lamalfa’s district covers half of northern CA.
15 yr old girl could be Judy McCarthy, wife of rep. Kevin McCarthy (republican) from Bakersfield. He’s high up in current House of Representatives in DC. He was born in 1965. Not seeing birth date of his wife Judy, but in pictures she looks about the same age.
Ok…while you guys were filling in the blanks of 1-9, i️ wanted to find the officer and judge. Fires thought it was Martin but upon further research and the posts about Brambles, convinced it’s him. The judge that sentenced Henley (or fined him) was Edward Rafeedie. The judge that arraigned Henley was Burton Katz. i also found that Adams was also being investigated for money laundering.
Kevin McCarthy is House Majority Leader and a Republican, and his wife Judy is 52. He’s probably the most powerful Republican politician from California. So that all fits. Bakersfield isn’t really “Northern” California, and they seem to have met in high school, but otherwise it works.
The blind says “and found good people up in northern California to take her in. She went to college, found a nice man, had a family and settled down. That nice man she married would go on to a nice career in politics. And with his wife’s support, he’s become one of the most powerful men in California politics.”
I don’t see where it says Dem or Rep, so I’m thinking this is Gavin Newsom (currently Lieutenant Governor of California) and his wife Jennifer, who happens to be a documentary filmmaker.
The rest of the story is HERE [10]
[1] The Guardian
[2] Houston Press
[3] LA Times
[4] Walnet
[5] LA Times
[6] Wikipedia
[7] New Times
[8] Popdose
[9] Tuscaloosa News
[10] CrazyDaysAndNites

The 5 Cartels that Rule America and the World         ~& how's THAT 4 U.S.   ...hows THAT ...go~in

Americans have been programmed to fight amongst themselves along partisan political lines, always pointing the finger at the other side of the phony left-right paradigm.

Divide and conquer is the broad tactic being used to keep people from recognizing, focusing on, and targeting the truly diabolical agents in our world who hold real power over all of us at once.

We are not ruled by Republicans or Democrats, but rather by the not-so-hidden hands of institutions which have consolidated a tremendous amount of power.

Our world is deeply colored by these cartels, and they impact every area of our lives, constantly maneuvering to make more and more dependent on them for our needs.

In short, these are the organizations which rule over us. These are the great forces in our world which prevent positive change and ensure that we continually slide downward into tyranny and self-destruction.

1. The International Banking Cartel

The geopolitical financial elite have for centuries been organizing to consolidate the mechanisms of wealth into the hands of a very few. The Rothschilds are the popular face of this cartel, but the banking and financial corruption goes far, far beyond their influence.

“The few who understand the system, will either be so interested from its profits or so dependent on its favors, that there will be no opposition from that class.” — Rothschild Brothers of London, 1863
Banks are in a unique position of power in our world, and can generate extraordinary profits without actually producing anything.

Through the issuance of currency and credit, they can control the amount of money available to the economy and create economic booms and busts, seizing titles to land, homes, businesses, and property.

They hold extraordinary influence over government for their role as financiers of everything from public works to war, and enjoy extraordinary pecuniary advantage and privilege.

Combine this with the new influence of supra-national organizations like the Bank of International Settlements and the World Bank, and you realize that the world is on the cusp of falling into the greatest trap of all time.

The banking cartel is the primary source of war, destabilization and military grade destruction in our world today.

2. The Medical Establishment

Human health has been hijacked by the medical establishment which forces people into an extraordinarily expensive program of dependence on insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, and other health services providers.

Interestingly, the medical industry is also a major cause of premature death for Americans as malpractice, drug overdoses, botched procedures and poor patient care contribute to these statistics. Medical errors alone are the third leading cause of death in the U.S.

Additionally, the government deliberately serves these corporate interests by limiting and preventing information and access to services and healing modalities which may produce positive results without dependence on hospitals and physicians.

Furthermore, this cartel actually contributes knowingly to human misery by pumping deadly drugs like opioids in our world, scheming to get as many people as addicted as possible in order to cut a greater profit.

3. The Energy Industry

The raping of the planet for fossil fuel energy is something that has been going on for decades, but is finally now beginning to create substantial blowback as environmental destruction is proving to be something that cannot be ignored any longer.

The nuclear industry is perfectly content to continue the pursuit of nuclear power even in the face of catastrophes like Fukushima which demonstrate that nuclear energy simply cannot be contained and is a threat to all life on planet earth.

We are witnessing major growth in the sectors of renewable energy, but the traditional energy industry has a long history of interfering with the release of alternative technologies, even going so far as to actively suppress technologies.

This cartel has shaped our world in dramatic ways, most notably by creating near universal dependence on the automobile as the primary form of transportation, which has shaped both our cities and our mindsets.

The never-ending push for oil exploration is killing the most precious environmental resources we have left, but the influence of the energy cartel is so great that it can practically buy entire nations, such as Ecuador, where foreign oil ventures are allowed to press ever further into the Amazon.

4. Agricultural Chemical Producers

The industrial agro chemical giants have completely changed the face of farming on planet earth within the last 75 years or so.

Family farms continue to go under at a record-setting pace, and it is clear that the endgame of companies like Monsanto is to own the patents to all food seed, lording over a planet where people are prosecuted for planting food crops.

This is quite startling, and when couple with the fact that seed biodiversity is collapsing around us, it may only be another ten years before this endgame is realized.

In addition to seed, these companies are polluting the world in incredible ways by pressing for the overuse of toxic chemicals like glyphosate and other herbicides which are killing pollinator insects, destroying the soil and causing horrible health problems for people living near farms.

5. The Information Industrial Complex

This institution is the newest in our world, consisting of what is now commonly referred to as ‘Big Data,’ meaning the corporations and government agencies which collect data points on everything in our world and use this information strategically for their interests.

James Corbett of the Corbett Report remarks:

"Half a century ago, outgoing President Dwight D. Eisenhower coined the term “military-industrial complex” to describe the fascistic collusion between the Pentagon and America’s burgeoning armaments industry.

"But in our day and age we are witnessing the rise of a new collusion, one between the Pentagon and the tech industry that it helped to seed, that is committed to waging a covert war against people the world over. Now, in the 21st century, it is time to give this new threat a name: the information-industrial complex."

Corbett’s recent video explains the rise of this all powerful institution in the following presentation.

Final Thoughts

There are very few, if any, honest politicians or organizations working in earnest to spread the benefit of industry, technology and prosperity in such a way that actually eliminates the great problems humanity faces such as hunger, environmental stewardship, health freedom, and more.

These are the cartels which represent the greatest threats to our collective well-being and the prosperity of future generations.

By Isaac Davis,

Friday, December 29, 2017

Why are America’s farmers killing themselves in record numbers?       ~ we better get back ta the "old" ways & fast ... NATURAL FOOD folks     "unnatural foods"  what do WE "produce"  ???    were go~in the WRONG fucking ...way folks ! ...
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Roundup being sprayed on rows of crops
Ginnie Peters is a widow with a story more common than you might think. You see, her husband, a farmer, took his own life in 2011. And right now, farmers are taking their lives at higher rates than any other occupation in the United States.
On May 12th, 2011, her husband Matt, a farmer, told her “I can’t think. I feel paralyzed.” She recalls that it was planting season and stress was high. Her husband was worried about the weather, working around the clock to get his crop in the ground on time, hadn’t slept in three nights, and was struggling to make decisions.
The Guardian:
“Ginnie felt an ‘oppressive sense of dread’ that intensified as the day wore on. At dinnertime, his truck was gone and Matt wasn’t answering his phone. It was dark when she found the letter. ‘I just knew,’ Ginnie says. She called 911 immediately, but by the time the authorities located his truck, Matt had taken his life.
After his death, Ginnie began combing through Matt’s things. ‘Every scrap of paper, everything I could find that would make sense of what had happened.’ His phone records showed a 20-minute phone call to an unfamiliar number on the afternoon he died.”1
She would go on to call the number she found and Dr. Mike Rosmann answered.
Rosmann, an Iowa farmer, is a psychologist and one of the nation’s leading farmer behavioral health experts who has worked for 40 years trying to understand why farmers take their lives at such alarming rates.
More from the Guardian:
“Last year, a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that people working in agriculture – including farmers, farm laborers, ranchers, fishers, and lumber harvesters – take their lives at a rate higher than any other occupation. The data suggested that the suicide rate for agricultural workers in 17 states was nearly five times higher compared with that in the general population.
After the study was released, Newsweek reported that the suicide death rate for farmers was more than double that of military veterans. This, however, could be an underestimate, as the data collected skipped several major agricultural states, including Iowa. Rosmann and other experts add that the farmer suicide rate might be higher, because an unknown number of farmers disguise their suicides as farm accidents.
The US farmer suicide crisis echoes a much larger farmer suicide crisis happening globally: an Australian farmer dies by suicide every four days; in the UK, one farmer a week takes his or her own life; in France, one farmer dies by suicide every two days; in India, more than 270,000 farmers have died by suicide since 1995.”2
America’s family farm crisis began in the 1980s and was the worst agricultural economic crisis since the Great Depression. Market prices crashed, loans were called in and interest rates doubled overnight. It was at this time that farmers were forced to liquidate what they had. Many were evicted from their land…even land that had been in the family for generations. It was also at this time that the suicide rate jumped.
And so, in the spring of 1985, thousands of farmers went to Washington DC to protest on the Mall and around the White House. They also marched along Pennsylvania Avenue with hundreds of black crosses, each one with the name of a foreclosure or suicide victim, to the USDA building and drove them into the ground.
It was at that time that Rosmann began providing free counseling, referrals for services, and community events in order to break down the stigma associated with mental health issues. And in most ag states, telephone hotlines were set up. That seemed to do the trick for awhile because every state that had a telephone hotline was able to reduce the number of farming related suicides.
Then, in 1999:
“…Rosmann joined an effort called Sowing Seeds of Hope (SSOH), which began in Wisconsin, and connected uninsured and underinsured farmers in seven midwestern states to affordable behavioral health services. In 2001, Rosmann became the executive director. For 14 years, the organization fielded approximately a half-million telephone calls from farmers, trained over 10,000 rural behavioral health professionals, and provided subsidized behavioral health resources to over 100,000 farm families.
Rosmann’s program proved so successful that it became the model for a nationwide program called the Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network (FRSAN). Rosmann and his colleagues were hopeful that farmers would get the federal support they so desperately needed – but though the program was approved as part of the 2008 US Farm Bill, it was not funded.
While Senator Tom Harkin and other sympathetic legislators tried to earmark money for the FRSAN, they were outvoted. Rosmann says that several members of the House and Senate – most of them Republicans – ‘were disingenuous’. In an email, Rosmann wrote, ‘They promised support to my face and to others who approached them to support the FRSAN, but when it came time to vote … they did not support appropriating money … Often they claimed it was an unnecessary expenditure which would increase the national debt, while also saying healthy farmers are the most important asset to agricultural production.'”3
In 2014, the federal funding that supported Rosmann’s Sowing Seeds of Hope came to an end and so did the program.

More from The Guardian:
“Rosmann has developed what he calls the agrarian imperative theory – though he is quick to say it sits on the shoulders of other psychologists. “People engaged in farming,” he explains, ‘have a strong urge to supply essentials for human life, such as food and materials for clothing, shelter and fuel, and to hang on to their land and other resources needed to produce these goods at all costs.’
When farmers can’t fulfill this instinctual purpose, they feel despair. Thus, within the theory lies an important paradox: the drive that makes a farmer successful is the same that exacerbates failure, sometimes to the point of suicide. In an article, Rosmann wrote that the agrarian imperative theory ‘is a plausible explanation of the motivations of farmers to be agricultural producers and to sometimes end their lives’.”4

Net farm income has been in decline since 2013 and for 2017, median farm income is projected to be negative $1,325. As if that’s not bad enough, without parity (a minimum price floor for farm products) most commodity prices remain below the cost of production (meaning farmers can’t buy the goods that what they grow creates).
In August 2017, Tom Giessel, farmer and president of the Pawnee County Kansas Farmers Union produced a short video called “Ten Things a Bushel of Wheat Won’t Buy,” check it out below:

Rosmann says they have learned how to better support farmers since the farm crisis of the 1980s. But just as important is that experts be “versed in the reality and language of agriculture.”5
Affordable therapy is critical and inexpensive to fund – Rosmann says many issues can be resolved in fewer than five sessions, which he compares to an Employee Assistance Program. Medical providers need to be educated about physical and behavioral health vulnerabilities in agricultural populations, an effort Rosmann is working on with colleagues.
The truth is that though the work may be hard, it’s vital and it’s the work the farmers- many with farming in their blood going back generations- want to do. But it’s not just that. The well being of farmers is woven into the health of the rural communities that surround them; if they can’t sell what they grow they can’t pay their loans and that directly impacts the rest of the community.

One of the more fascinating mysteries I have come across is that of people who, for whatever reasons, have seemingly spontaneously teleported over great distances with no explanation. I have covered this phenomenon here at Mysterious Universe before, on more than one occasion, and it is a mystery that is endlessly intriguing. Although teleportation in recent times has been shown to be a very real possibility, what are we to make of such cases, when a person suddenly and inexplicably transports from one place to another? I do not intend to get into the specifics of how such a process would work, but what I will do is bring you some truly weird cases of when this has supposedly happened.
A very early and strange case of what appears to have been some form of teleportation supposedly happened in 1687 in North Cornwall, England and concerns a young servant named Jacob Mutton, who was in the employ of a William Hicks, the Rector of Cardinham. On May 8, 1687, Jacob was reportedly getting ready for bed when he heard a strange voice calling out, which sounded as if it were saying “So Hoe, So Hoe, So Hoe” over and over again. Upon looking around for the source of the mysterious voice, which he said had sounded “hollow,” Jacob tracked it to the window, but when he looked out there was no one out there in the night, and it would have been odd if there had been, as his window was a full 17 feet off of the ground. This would be the last thing he really clearly remembered before he mysteriously vanished.
The next morning when Jacob was nowhere to be found the premises were searched, but all that could be located was an iron bar from outside his window lying on the ground. However, it soon came to light that Jacob had been found some 30 miles away near the town of Stratton, lying unconscious on a narrow road still tightly grasping a window bar from his bedroom. Jacob proved to be rather dazed and unable to clearly recall what had happened to him at first, and he expressed bewilderment that he should be so far from home in an area that he had never been to before. Upon being brought back home it was noticed that the young man’s demeanor had changed, and that he was rather dour and contemplative rather than his jovial and cheerful usual self. When asked what had happened to him the only thing he was able to vaguely remember was that a “tall man” had taken him out over the land, as if flying. It is unclear just what exactly happened to Jacob Mutton, but it is an intriguing tale to say the least.
In 1926 there was the strange case of French swimmer Simone LaVille, who was in the midst of trying to swim the English Channel. According to reports from the rescue boat that followed her, during her swim Simone suddenly purportedly began to fade away, as if being erased from reality, before disappearing completely. A panicked search began, but the woman could not be located anywhere in the area and no one could figure out how she could have possibly just vanished under the watchful eye of the 18 crew members aboard the rescue vessel. She would allegedly be found 3 hours later in a farmer’s pond 17 miles south of London, with no rational reason, nor any memory as to how she could have possibly ended up there.
Another strange case comes from 1959, when a man in Bahia Blanca, Argentina was driving home after a business trip. According to his account, he checked out of a hotel and got into his car to continue on his way, but when he started the engine he claims that the vehicle was suddenly tightly wrapped within a thick, soupy white fog that seemed to come from nowhere. He peered out of the window but could not make anything out through the oppressive white of the haze, and at some point he believes he passed out, only to awaken to find himself standing alone in a field, with no sign of where his car had gone nor the hotel he had been at. It seemed that he was in an unfamiliar rural area in the middle of nowhere, and he could not figure out just what had happened.
The baffled and disoriented man then made his way to a nearby dirt road and managed to wave down a passing truck. When he asked the driver of the truck if he would take him to Bahia Blanca things would get strange indeed, as according to him they were now in Salta and that Bahia Blanca was over 600 miles away from where they were. The dumfounded man reportedly looked at his watch and saw that only a few minutes had passed since he had been enveloped by the bizarre mist.
The truck driver then apparently dropped the dazed man off at a nearby police station, where he told his story to some very skeptical officers, yet when they checked out his story by calling the hotel he claimed to have stayed at, the receptionist confirmed that the man had indeed just checked out not long before. The mystery man’s car would be found soon after abandoned and with its engine still running. Just what in the world happened to this man and did he really get transported hundreds of miles within minutes? Who knows?
Also from the same country, is a case written of in Our Haunted Planet, by John A. Keel. It comes from 1968, and revolves around 11-year-old Graciela del Lourdes Cimenez, who in the summer of that year was out playing with friends in Cordoba, Argentina. Similar to the previous account, the girl claimed that she had suddenly been surrounded by an impenetrable and oppressive white mist. Startled and frightened, Graciela then tried to run through the thick fog in the direction she thought her house lay, but as she did so she suddenly ran out of the murk into a busy town square, odd considering they had been nowhere near such a place. Gabriella allegedly went to the first house she could find, and when she asked the residents where she was she was shocked to find that she was over 100 miles away from where she had been.
More recently, in November of 2000, a man named Ralph Morily claimed that as he and his wife were relaxing at their Miami home when an unidentified stranger suddenly appeared in their hot tub. When the man was questioned he was found to be rather flustered and confused, and he claimed that he had just dove into the pool of a hotel 8 miles away and surfaced there in the hot tub. This would be confirmed when the stranger’s wife and two teenaged children said that they had watched him dive into the pool but that he had never surfaced, prompting a police search. The next thing they knew, the police informed them of having found the missing man in the hot tub miles away. In it a weird case, and considering it was first reported in the Weekly World News should probably be taken with a grain or two of salt, but for what it’s worth I figured it was worth at least putting out there.
Even more recently brought forward is an account shared by a commenter calling himself Pavel on the Russian Boris Zolotov forum on June 12, 2008. The user claimed that he had been an army officer serving in Kazakhstan in 1967 when he experienced some bizarre events as he was attempting to get back home to Moscow, some miles 3,800 kilometers away. A rough translation of his account reads:
The train from there (to Moscow) is 3.5 days. At 5 p.m., I get from headquarters, with all the documents on my dismissal. Travel documents have not yet been issued to me. Lieutenant Tihonchik on Java motorcycle, stopped near me and proposed a ride. I take the seat behind him and … fall into the darkness. My condition is stunned curiosity. Still with the darkness around, I suddenly hear female voice: – “Don’t make noise with your boots! It’s not Vietnam here! (I was wearing a panama hat).
My vision comes back to me and I find myself in Moscow walking near a metro station close to the building my family lived in. The time is about 8 p.m. hours (time difference between Moscow and Kazakhstan is 3 hours). With joy, I run home… And the most interesting thing I can’t find any travel documents on me.
Finally we have an odd report originating in South Africa in October of 2017. According to the strange story, an infirm 61-year-old man was admitted to a hospital for emergency abdominal surgery, after which he was transferred to the larger Stellenbosch Hospital, in Cape Town, South Africa to recover and for rehabilitation. During the man’s stay, a nurse was caring for him and allegedly went to go fetch some fresh linen, but when she returned to the room a mere minute later the man was nowhere to be seen. It was incredibly strange, as he had been completely bed-ridden and in an immobilized, postoperative condition at the time and barely able to move, let alone get out of bed and walk off in such a short amount of time without anyone noticing. It was as if the patient had just disappeared into thin air.
Over the next few hours a search was launched at the hospital, searching every inch of the facilities and the surrounding area, but there was absolutely no trace of the vanished man. It would not be until 13 days later when the vanished gentleman would finally be found dead, but what is truly strange is just where he was ultimately found. The body was allegedly discovered stuffed up in a confined and typically inaccessible niche within the ceiling slabs of an isolated hospital unit, and neither authorities nor hospital staff have any idea whatsoever as to how this immobile old man could have possibly gotten there, leading to whispers of teleportation. As crazy as it all sounds, the story has supposedly been confirmed by the Ministry of Health of the Western Cape province, Mark van der Heever, and is apparently still under investigation. Did this man spontaneously teleport? Just what is going on here? No one seems to know.
Is there any truth to such tales and how can this possibly happen? While we pursue the technology to teleport objects and pore over the theory behind it all, if these reports are anything to go by it seems as if this has been perhaps happening naturally for years. Are these people tapping into some force we cannot yet comprehend? Are they venturing through vortices or miniature black holes that have sucked them in and spit them out in disparate locations or even miles from home? Is there any truth to these accounts at all or is this all attributable to some rational explanation? It is a mystery that provokes discussion and debate, and one which we may never fully understand.


There's been a lot of hype on the internet lately concerning the limited hangout position of the Pentagon's recent announcement of having conducted a UFO project at the request of former US Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada, and concerning the announcement of former Blink 182 band member and UFO enthusiast Tom DeLonge's corporation whose board looks like a Who's Who of black projects research gurus. This comes at a time that Dr. Skidmore of Michigan State University has written articles confirming missing trillions of dollars from the US budget, confirming the statements of former US Housing and Urban Development Assistant Secretary Catherine Austin Fitts. It's convenient timing, to say the least.
Now, to add to the stories, there's yet another, according to this article shared by Mr. J.S.:
Now, I am calling all this a "limited hangout position" because of several statements, including this one:
The Pentagon, at the direction of Congress, a decade ago quietly set up a multimillion-dollar program to investigate what are popularly known as unidentified flying objects—UFOs.
The “unidentified aerial phenomena” claimed to have been seen by pilots and other military personnel appeared vastly more advanced than those in American or foreign arsenals. In some cases they maneuvered so unusually and so fast that they seemed to defy the laws of physics, according to multiple sources directly involved in or briefed on the effort and a review of unclassified Defense Department and congressional documents.(emphasis added)
Now, many in the UFOlogy community, including researcher Richard Dolan (see his multi-volume study UFOs and the National Security State) and many others, have argued persuasively and in my opinion quite convincingly and compellingly that these USO studies have in fact been a more or less permanent feature of covert American military interest and research since at least the end of World War Two. I too have contributed my own speculations to this picture with investigations of the funding mechanisms that would be needed for such a study, concluding that a hidden system of finance would be necessary both to insure a continual flow of money and to ensure continued secrecy. The purpose of the research in the long term was to acquire the technologies that would be able to emulate UFO performance and achieve parity or near parity with it. As a secondary objective, such research would have been seeking the origins - human or otherwise - of whomever was behind the UFO phenomenon.
Hence, the disclose of a project of a mere decade's length and running into mere "multi-millions" is far short of what the UFOlogy community has been arguing for many decades. It is, if I may put it country simple, no big deal.
There's yet another "twist" here that, again, upon examination, isn't much of a twist:
The Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program, whose existence was not classified but operated with the knowledge of an extremely limited number of officials, was the brainchild of then-Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), who first secured the appropriation to begin the program in 2009 with the support of the late Senators Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii) and Ted Stevens (R-Alaska), two World War II veterans who were similarly concerned about the potential national security implications, the sources involved in the effort said. The origins of the program, the existence of which the Pentagon confirmed on Friday, are being revealed publicly for the first time by POLITICO and the New York Times in nearly simultaneous reports on Saturday.
One possible theory behind the unexplained incidents, according to a former congressional staffer who described the motivations behind the program, was that a foreign power—perhaps the Chinese or the Russians—had developed next-generation technologies that could threaten the United States. (Emphases added)
Again, experienced researchers in UFOlogy have long known about the UFO programs of Russia and China, and it stands to reason those nations would view the UFO phenomenon in a similar way to the USA, i.e., as a national security threat. And it stands to reason their responses would be similar: develop deeply black research programs and financing mechanisms to investigate and emulate the technologies and performance of UFOs to parity or near parity.
What is odd here however, is the less than typical language used in the context of the Russian and Chinese assertions. In an age when Russia seems to have replaced the former conspiracy-central theories of Masons, Zionists, Bankers, and/or Jesuits and the Vatican in the conspiracy mongering of the the US deep state, one would have expected stronger language from a mouthpiece like Politico. Instead, we get the very suggestive sentence, "One possible theory behind the unexplained incidents... was that a foreign power - perhaps the Chinese or the Russians-had developed next-generation technologies that could threaten the United States."(Emphases added) Why the subjunctive "perhaps" with the wonderfully ambiguous past perfect simple tense "had developed"? The statement leaves open the possibility of some other foreign power besides Russia and China actually achieving some sort of "next generation" technology, and having done so in a past whose terminus ante quem is left conveniently undefined...
...and as anyone might expect who has read my various books on that possibility, that statement caught my eye.
The "door", in other words, is being left open for further "disclosure" and "development" of the narrative.
And there, precisely, my misgivings lie, for how might one control the narrative in the increasingly sophisticated information age and an increasingly cynical and skeptical public? After all, this is the same swamp that gave us "social security" and "the magic bullet" and who fed us the line that Waco was "to protect the children" and that quarter-mile high steel and concrete cantilevered buildings were brought down by airplane fuel, weakened steel, and pancaking floors. How would one go about controlling the UFO narrative? Well the tried and true techniques of data obfuscation and guilt-by-association would have to be done, only this time around, by very clever marketing operations. For the Kentucky-fried gullible that inhabit the subject, more whistleblowers telling absurd stories about blue chicken McNuggets will do.
But the more sophisticated will have to be handled differently, with fiction containing just enough concepts borrowed from researchers (without attribution, of course), doling out real nuggets of genuine information, building up trust over time, and in the process, subtly spinning the aforementioned researchers' concepts, and establishing that marketing group as the gatekeepers not only of "real" information, but of the narrative interpretation to be fastened upon it.
Caveat emptor.                                                                                         

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Follow the Money: $21 Trillion Missing – Undocumentable Adjustments: DoD and HUD   ~ hehe "where's" ALLLLLLLLLLL the missing $$$   folks Huh ...where     & whiles we's AT IT  ...where's Allllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll the "missing" ...people Hummm    don't "worry" all's U's fan~assy "team owners/players" & all's   U's  "idol/sor~vile~ole's" "it's just a "gill~ich" nut~tin ta C here folks Lol un~fucking~be~liev~able  just fucking pissing Our Heritage ...away   un~fucking~be~liev~able pis piss pis piss ???? ....We could be talking about hundreds of trillions since WW2, gone, just disappeared.

Follow the Money: $21 Trillion Missing – Undocumentable Adjustments: DoD and HUD

The Pentagon and HUD can’t account for $21 trillion over just the past 17 years – enough money to pay back the current U.S. national debt.

The amount unaccounted for over this period adds up to $65,000 for each man, woman and child resident in America.
By comparison, the cost per taxpayer of all U.S. wars waged since 9/11 has been $7,500 per taxpayer. That sum is also larger than the current national debt.
By: MR MAGA 🇺🇸 @DiagonalDoug
A new report analyzing the budgets of both the Department of Defense (DOD) and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), found that between 1998 and 2015, these two departments alone ‘lost’ over $21 trillion in taxpayer funds.
The Reuters article brought to our attention the budgeting practices of the DOF, specifically the U.S. Army, revealing the department had “lost” $6.5 Trillion in 2015 due to “wrongful budget adjustments.” Half, $2.8 trillion, was lost in one quarter.

U.S. Army fudged its accounts by trillions of dollars, auditor finds

The United States Army’s finances are so jumbled it had to make trillions of dollars of improper accounting adjustments to create an illusion that its books are balanced. The Defense Department’s Inspector General, in a June report, said the Army made $2.8 trillion in wrongful adjustments to accounting entries in one quarter alone in 2015, and $6.5 trillion for the year. Yet the Army lacked receipts and invoices to support those numbers or simply made them up.
As a result, the Army’s financial statements for 2015 were “materially misstated,” the report concluded. The “forced” adjustments rendered the statements useless because “DoD and Army managers could not rely on the data in their accounting systems when making management and resource decisions.” Disclosure of the Army’s manipulation of numbers is the latest example of the severe accounting problems plaguing the Defense Department for decades. [2]
This is the story that the Main Stream Media does not want to talk about. They will distract us with scandals, divisive politics, entertainment, advertisements, ANYTHING to get your eyes off the $21 Trillion Dollar Prize.
This public led audit does not include other agencies to my knowledge. There’s no telling how massive this number really gets when we include all federal state and local governments lost/wasted spending.

We could be talking about hundreds of trillions since WW2, gone, just disappeared. Nobody knows where it went, and nobody wants to answer the question or maybe they don’t even know. The problem is the biased, complacent MSM, journalist as a whole, Congress, Government accountants, etc. Why is nobody holding anyone accountable?

U.S. Lost $11.2 Billion in GM Bailout, TARP Report Says

The U.S. Treasury’s bailout fund lost $11.2 billion on the rescue of General Motors Co. with the government’s exit of the largest U.S. automaker, a report said. [3]

The media hardly ever mentions anything about it. What are they talking about instead? What could be more important than our money missing? Congress failed, the accountants are silent, and the American Public is duped and distracted.

Instead we are divided and fight among ourselves. We fight over statues, skin color, labels and even the NFL. All the while we have been robbed by the same people making decisions, determining what’s right for us, and what’s wrong for us.

Wake up! This is a national security issue that threatens our civilization to the core. It is the difference between having complete meltdown of accountability and a valid government that is transparent and listens and responds to the people who elected them.

The Federal Reserve’s ‘breathtaking’ $7.7 trillion bank bailout

A new report by Bloomberg Markets Magazine details trillions of dollars in secret federal loans made to the big banks during the 2008 financial crisis, a process that helped them rake in billions of dollars in undisclosed profits. Here, some key numbers that illuminate the Federal Reserve’s “breathtaking” $7.7 trillion bank bailout:
29,000 – Pages of federal documents, courtesy of the Freedom of Information Act, and central bank records that Bloomberg combed through to reveal a “fresh narrative of the financial crisis”
More than 21,000 – Number of transactions detailed in those pages
$7.7 trillion – Amount in undisclosed loans the Federal Reserve made to struggling financial institutions,
according to the new Bloomberg report. That “dwarf[s] the Treasury Department’s better-known $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program [TARP],” say Bob Ivry, Bradley Keoun, and Phil Kuntz at Bloomberg
$13 billion
Estimated amount in previously undisclosed profits the six largest banks —  JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs Group, and Morgan Stanley — took in, thanks to those loans and the Fed’s below-market rates. Unlike the TARP funds, “the loans came with virtually no strings attached for the banks,” says Travis Waldron at Think Progress

$160 billion
Amount in TARP funds the big six received

As much as $460 billion
Amount the big six borrowed from the Fed, as calculated by Bloomberg and measured by peak daily debt

$1.2 trillion
Amount that banks referenced in the new report required on Dec. 5, 2008, “their single neediest day.” The Federal Reserve didn’t reveal to anyone which banks were in such dire need, say Ivry, Keoun, and Kuntz, and “bankers didn’t mention that they took tens of billions of dollars in emergency loans at the same time they were assuring investors their firms were healthy.”

$86 billion
Amount that Bank of America Corp. owed the central bank when then-CEO Kenneth D. Lewis wrote shareholders saying that he was at the helm of “one of the strongest and most stable banks in the world” on Nov. 26, 2008

$107 billion
Amount in secret loans that Morgan Stanley took in a single month, in September 2008

1 out of 10
Share of the country’s delinquent mortgages that amount could have paid off

$6.8 trillion
Total assets held by the big six on Sept. 30, 2006

$9.5 trillion
Total held on Sept. 20, 2011. Rather than help curb the practice that caused the financial crisis, “the Fed and its secret financing helped America’s biggest financial firms get bigger and go on to pay employees as much as they did at the height of the housing bubble,” say Ivry, Keoun, and Kuntz

Sources: Bloomberg, Business Insider, Think Progress, The Week
So, what is going on? Where is the money? How could this happen for so long? How much is really missing? What would happen if a business failed an audit like this? Or us, citizens? We would be held accountable.
This means the FED and their member banks are transacting government money outside the law. So are the corporate contractors that run the payment systems. So are the Wall Street firms who are selling government securities without full disclosure. Would your banks continue to handle your bank account if you behaved like this? Would your investors continue to buy your securities if you behaved like this? Would your accountant be silent? Well neither should you. Unaccountable transactions usually mean excessive waste fraud, but are these agencies really just burning our money? Is the Pentagon spending money on black ops like the secret space program, etc. What is going on? Is it all landing in someone’s pocket? Is it a laundering scheme? Your guess is as good as mine, but if I were a betting man, I’d say all of the above.
Here’s a link from 2001 when Donald Rumsfeld warned us the day before the tragedy of 9/11 – Youtube
Here’s an excerpt from the US Constitution on the US Treasury and the accountability which was intended:

What do you think?🤔 I think we need answers and I also think we all need to put party aside to hold the people we elected accountable. The media keeps us occupied. 😉

After all, it’s our money!

[1] Solari Report
[2] Reuters
[3] Bloomberg

Related Reading:
The Missing Money
$4 Trillion + Missing Money: What’s the Action?
The Financial Coup d’État & Missing Money: Links
The Financial Coup & Missing Money: Quotes
DOD Inspector General SemiAnnual Report to Congress: 10/1/16-3/31/17
Forbes Magazine: 21 Trillion Missing from U.S. Treasury