Thursday, March 22, 2018

Splattered Truthies

Splattered Truthies

Hi folks:

My laptop's still in the shop being repaired.  I only have a few borrowed minutes allowed at my husband's computer. He's afraid I might taint it and thus prevent him from looking at the golf scores.  In the interim until I get my own device back, my blogging colleague, Ed(itor) who I recently found hails from Massachusetts, not Connecticut, has generously provided me with a post.  I have borrowed the title "Splattered Truthies" from him and like it so much I could start a meme based on it at some point. 

Ed(itor), unlike moi, likes to focus on US domestic newz.  While I think this area of geopolitics is crucial to understanding the bigger picture, I do not have the patience to muck my way through the "swamp".  Ed(itor), OTOH, has heavy rubber hip wading boots and is up for the challenge.  Enjoy!

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Lots of commentary on the bitcoin child porn findings here:


"... the Nazis used hydrogen cyanide and carbon monoxide to murder millions of Jews, Roma, Soviet prisoners of war, and others in concentration camps throughout Europe…"
Et tu, Wayne! I sentence you to a month in the salt-pits of See all the videos of Denierbud or whatever he happens to be calling himself these days. And don't miss the hilarious analysis of carbon monoxide as a death weapon. No one dares to mention carbon monoxids any more. What in the world have you been reading? As for the cyanide, it would be remiss to neglect mention of anti-Judaic hero Germar Rudolph. Go to and put in *Germar Rudolph cyanide*. Ignore the first few items. Those have been data-bombed by the Jews. But go on to Rudolph's own websites and the other serious articles. Forensic chemistry says the traces of cyanide use are permanent and obvious. No Holocaust because no trace of cyanide except massively in small delousing chambers for lice on clothes.

Wayne, some of your work is tops, especially regarding Obama 's background. No one can know everything, but the Holocaust fable is satanic and needs a stake through the heart. Many people take you seriously, so please get this right.

“… Peters spent ten years in Germany working in military intelligence. He later became a Foreign Area Officer, specializing in the Soviet Union. He attended the Command and General Staff College. His last assignment was to the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence. He retired in 1998 as a lieutenant colonel.… Peters’ wife, Katherine McIntire Peters, is the Deputy Editor of Government Executive Media Group, a division of Atlantic Media.[3]…. Peters's first novel was Bravo Romeo, a spy thriller set in West Germany, and was published in 1981. Since then, his novels progressed from futuristic scenarios involving the Red Army to contemporary terrorism and failed state issues. His characters are often presented as military mavericks who have the knowledge and courage to tackle problems others cannot or will not. His novel, The War After Armageddon, was released in 2009. In 2008, he published the non-fiction Looking for Trouble: Adventures in a Broken World. He is a regular contributor to the military history magazine, Armchair General Magazine, and he also serves on its Advisory Board.[8]

He has also written historical war novels. His novels about the American Civil War have been well received and recognized with the Hammett Prize and the W.Y. Boyd Literary Award for Excellence in Military Fiction.

He has published numerous essays on strategy in military journals such as Parameters, Military Review, and Armed Forces Journal, reports for the United States Marine Corps (see Center for Emerging Threats and Opportunities[permanent dead link]), formerly wrote a regular opinion column for the New York Post, and has written essays and columns for USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Newsweek, The Weekly Standard, The Washington Monthly and Army magazine. Peters is a member of the Board of Contributors for USA Today's Forum Page, part of the newspaper's Opinion section…..”

Peters' 1997 article "Constant Conflict"[9][10] stated: "There will be no peace. At any given moment for the rest of our lifetimes, there will be multiple conflicts in mutating forms around the globe. Violent conflict will dominate the headlines, but cultural and economic struggles will be steadier and ultimately more decisive. The de facto role of the US armed forces will be to keep the world safe for our economy and open to our cultural assault. To those ends, we will do a fair amount of killing.”////

More here:

“… "Hundreds of federal, state and local law enforcement officers worked together to identify and locate Conditt," U.S. Atty. John F. Bash said in a statement. The affidavit supporting the complaint, which might give details on how officials zeroed in on Conditt, remained under seal Wenesday afternoon.

Officials warned that Conditt may have planted or mailed more bombs before killing himself, and more than a dozen square blocks of his hometown of Pflugerville, a northeastern suburb of Austin, were evacuated as officials searched the area.

While investigators have not revealed a possible motive for Conditt's actions, a portrait emerged Wednesday of an introverted Christian conservative who had been home-schooled and worked at a local manufacturing company before being fired last year…..”

[Ed.: In what I am calling ‘the story of the DuaBomber” [UnaBomber redux], we have the trademark three names, amid the old history that the FBI and Homeland Security has worked closely with businesses for years, FedEx included, and we were all just waiting to see how this would unravel. At first blush, it looks straight-forward. I fully expect a quick made-for-TV movie, perhaps with Tom Hanks as a FedEx executive. I’m old enough to remeber the Tylenol poisonings, and that was decades ago. There’s likely some little weird gnome sitting in a closet in a walk-up rented by an intel contractor whose entire job, aside from playing video games and watching off-channel videos, is to come up with these ideas. But maybe that’s just what Wayne Madsen [or his clone-du-jour] called “classic MK-ULTRA fear” today. ]

See also: and

My Lai and the Bad Apples Scam

“… All our government’s phony, sanctimonious bullshit about “nation building”, “promoting democracy”, “defeating terrorism”, “punishing dictators”, “R2P” and all the vast lexicon of doublespeak official America blathers at a jaded world, is just hollow, dishonest, pathetic cover for the voracious Capitalist Jabberwock that mandates the rape and destruction of the world for the vile greed of its boss clique of mindless, heartless, subhuman monsters.”

Full PDF: New book by Swedish academic (444 pages) deep dives into the "fact resistant" reporting on the arrest of @JulianAssange showing that it corresponds to the Herman-Chomsky's propaganda model

Sweden Unveils Plans For 'Total Societal Mobilization' Against Russia

“… As America’s power and influence wane, the time will come for both Russia and China to make their mark on the global stage. Just on a side note, it should come as no surprise that Trump’s nominated ambassador to Australia, Adm. Harry Harris, is a known anti-China war hawk who recently warned Congress to prepare for a war with China.

Why should we need to prepare for a war with China? Who talks and thinks like that? A nation on a slow and inevitable decline that cannot refuse to admit defeat in almost any battle theater since World War II, that’s who.

Realistically, nobody wants a third world war, but as the U.S. increasingly thrashes to maintain its control of the global financial markets, its network of over 1,000 bases worldwide, and its status as the world’s global policemen, a third world war may be Washington’s only hope at staying afloat as the world’s top power.”

Authored by Darius Shahtahmasebi via,

[Ed.: As has been noted frequently by GreenCrow and others (including me), the crazed “Russia” frenzy and the contiunued pointing toward a foreign shore (Russian did it, Putin’s behind it) leaves a question hanging out in the breeze; Russia has always been a difficult nation to understand because of cultural differences, a language that is difficult to learn and to read, and more. But is it not possible (indeed, likely) that Russian culture, politics and state systems have changed radically since the fall fo the Soviet Union?

Given that the Pritzker family [ ] has been a major source of monies for the Democratic side of the Deep State and a chief investor in its miltitary machinery [see ] [for unrelated items, see: and ], there must be some consideration given to the idea of the invulnerable Sarmat [ ] screaming in “like a meteorite” over the Arctic warm weather oil-drilling basin to land on the inner city capital of gun crime called Chicago.]

“… The U.S. government is also preparing for the worst. In March 2012, former President Obama signed an executive order titled, “National Defense Resources Preparedness” into law, giving agencies such as the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Agriculture, Department of Labor and Department of Defense the authority to seize resources, materials and facilities it deems necessary to ensure national defense. Whether a worldwide crisis is caused by an asteroid hitting the Earth or a nuclear war breaking out, the decisions made by the elite should always act as signals for the public….”

Sarkozy, Cambridge Analyica, and Mark Zuckerberg remain topics that will have to go untouched, but I will leave you with this:


Well, it turns out the mad bomber blew himself to smithereens and he left behind a taped confession…. a manifesto like the Unabomber, but nothing to prosecute, and so it’s all neatly wrapped up already.
Or should I say mopped up? Mobbed up? And his family “had no idea”.


....and we now know there is technology that allows anyone to reproduce/copy anyone else's voice with just a few minutes recording of same.

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