Friday, January 2, 2015

Alan Salerian / Dennis Cimino / Preston James

En route to the Vancouver Hearings (15-17 June 2012), I flew to Seattle and had the opportunity to speak about the four 9/11 airplane crash sites, all of which appear to be fabricated or faked, albeit in different ways. Ben Collet and I would drive together with Dennis Cimino and Nick Kollerstrom from the UK, whom I invited to discuss the 7/7 London bombing attacks prior to my presentation. We incurred the minor disruption of a bomb threat, which I believe came from someone very prominent in the Judy Wood camp, who continues to be upset with me for not being sufficiently supportive of her and where, during the hearings, it became even more apparent that the heavy lifting on 9/11 was done by a sophisticated arrangement of mini or micro nukes, which can be directed and therefore (ironically) qualify as a special kind of DEWs.


  1. The Watergate scandal may have involved some of the things mentioned on the show, I don't know enough about that, but the main purpose was as a diversion psyOp I suspect.

    Nixon had just ended the gold standard for the U.S. dollar and together with the oil crisis they needed a major diversion to steer media, the public and other countries away into attention on an another totally unrelated problem. The Watergate scandal fixed that.

  2. Just another "diversion," eh? Au contraire!

    Yes, Anders, you definitely "don't know enough" about Watergate.

    It actually was another CIA-engineered coup -- removing an increasingly uncooperative (with his original backers' agenda) prez.

    Now I'm not saying that Tricky Dick was a "good guy," just that he ended up on the losing side of a behind-closed-doors power struggle between competing, comparably evil factions.

    Recommended reading:

    Silent Coup by Colodny and Gettlin

    Secret Agenda by Jim Hougan

    Deep Truth by Adrian Havill

    The Yankee and Cowboy War by Carl Oglesby

    1. Andy, I think we need to look deeper than the at face value mainstream information. I strongly suspect that the Watergate scandal was a psyOp for something much bigger than some internal power struggles.

      Compare with today's non-oil crisis. How come there is no oil crisis today when sweet crude peaked globally several years ago? The answer is no doubt that trillions of dollars and euros have gone to secret subsidies to the oil industry. There seems to be a completely different game being played above the public awareness. And it may be a necessary kind of game so I don't want to blame anyone.

  3. Anders, the "face-value, mainstream" version of the Nixon-removing, Watergate Scandal, now firmly cemented in politically correct, consensus history, was that it only became public knowledge due to an "heroic crusade" by two brilliant young reporters and their "independent-minded," curmudgeonly editor -- who had the guts-and-determination to "follow the money" and bring down a sleazy, paranoid (i.e. the "enemies list") president.

    Those alternative-history books I recommended to you were either totally ingored or cursorily dismissed by the mainstream/"mockinbird" media, since the authors did NOT support the official legend, summarised above.

    Attempting to conflate the covert wars-of-Watergate with the subsequent (and essentially BOGUS) "oil crisis" is an interesting stretch, but just as the petroleum Jeremiads of the late, lamented (by some of us) Mike Ruppert have not stood the test of time, I doubt there is much mileage to be gained by heading off in that direction.

    1. No! The "brilliant" reporters were a part of the whole psyOp production. That's what I believe anyway.

  4. (Just) Follow the money?
    Who said that....?

    The phrase was never uttered by the “Deep Throat” source, who met periodically with Woodward as Watergate unfolded. (“Deep Throat” was self-identified in 2005 as W. Mark Felt, formerly the second-ranking official at the FBI. Felt never spoke during Watergate with Woodward’s reporting partner, Carl Bernstein.)

    According to a database of Washington Post content, the phrase “follow the money” appeared in no news article or editorial about Watergate before 1981.

    “Follow the money” doesn’t appear, either, in All the President’s Men, Woodward and Bernstein’s book about their Watergate reporting, which came out in 1974.

    The derivation of the passage lies in a scene in All the President’s Men of Woodward and Bernstein’s book. The movie was released to much fanfare in April 1976, 20 months after Nixon resigned the presidency for his guilty role in obstructing justice in the Watergate scandal.

    What pressed “follow the money” into the popular consciousness was an outstanding performance turned in by actor Hal Holbrook in the cinematic version of All the President’s Men.

    Holbrook played a twitchy, conflicted, shadowy “Deep Throat.” In a late-night scene in a darkened parking garage, Holbrook told the Woodward character, played by Robert Redford:

    “I have to do this my way. You tell me what you know, and I’ll confirm. I’ll keep you in the right direction, if I can, but that’s all.

    “Just follow the money.”

    "Holbrook delivered the line with such quiet conviction that it did seem to be a way through the labyrinth that was the Watergate scandal.

    But the guidance, had it really been offered to Woodward, would have taken him only so far.Watergate, after all, was much broader than a case of improper use of campaign monies.

    In the end, Nixon was toppled by his efforts to cover up the signal crime of Watergate, the break-in at the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee in June 1972.

    As a simplistic key to explaining the scandal, the follow-the-money interpretation minimizes the far more decisive forces that unraveled Watergate and forced Nixon from office."

    1. I believe "Deep Throat" was Henry Kissinger and that Mark Felt, who had lost his faculties, was a convenient deflection of attention from the real one.