Sunday, February 19, 2006

Legends-Part III








"Our Nation is the greatest force for good in history."
-President George W. Bush
Crawford, TX. Aug 31,2002

One might begin to wonder what kind of "good" the President was referring to, but then, that opens up a strangely dark box with a big 'P' on it.

Charles Krauthammer wrote in the Washington Post , celebrating the success of the American bombing campaign in Afghanistan:

"Victory Changes everything. The elementary truth that seems to elude the experts again and again-the Afghan war and the next war-
is that power is its own reward. The psychology in the region is now one of fear and deep respect for American power. Now is the time to use it to deter, defeat, or destroy the other regimes in the area that are host to radical Islamic terrorism. America is no mere international citizen. It is the dominant power in the world, more dominant than any since Rome. Accordingly, 'America is in a position to re-shape norms, alter expectations and create new realities. How? By unapologetic and implacable demonstrations of will."
Chalmers Johnson -The Sorrows of Empire 2004

I have a funny feeling the current administration took his writings seriously. Or maybe he was preparing us for what they had already seriously committed to. What other rational could explain the torture and senseless destruction that has occurred in Iraq? Why keep hundreds of detainees incommunicado for months? What is the point? It is a proven fact, unless you are John Wayne in a Hollywood flick, that physical/mental torture will break anyone's will within a short period of time.
Could there be more to this tragedy than what we are being lead to believe?
Some have already come to that conclusion.

Professor Pan writes: "..that the goings-on at Abu Ghraib and Gitmo were not just examples of bored, unsupervised soldiers gone wild, but were part of a cleverly orchestrated, historically documented program of sexual/ritualistic mind control. "

Inded we are going in areas that are the darkest yet, that effect us to the core and begin to change the ways we perceive what we have been taught in school, news and TV jouralism. But again, sometimes Journalists get it right, and have the temerity to post things not altogether becoming to the integrity of the leaders we as children were taught to aspire to.

In May of 1990 in an Executive Intelligence Review article Ted Gunderson (28 year FBI veteran, & former special agent in charge of the LA field Division) said:

"In the McMartin Preschool case, before any criminal charges were filed against anyone, 460 complaints were filed with the Manhattan Beach police. Are we to believe that 460 famlies fed their children the same story of ritualistic sexual abuse, animal sacrifices?"
(The Franklin Coverup John DeCamp pgxx)

Of course we all know that the charges were dropped and the media went on to other more important things.


Mr. Gunderson goes on to speak of the thousands of missing children each year:

"The FBI has an accurate count of the number of automobiles stolen every year. It knows the number of homicides, rapes, and robberies, but the FBI has no idea of the number of children who disappear every year. They simply do not ask for the statistics.....I am convinced that the FBI does not ask for these statistics because they do not want to see them."

This might create a public outcry in an age of 6 year old dead beauty queens and amber alerts that would give designers of milk cartons an overload of material to work with.

And what about the Franklin Scandel?
The Franklin Credit Union centered in Omaha raised public interest when in 1988 the Credit Union was raided and shut down by Federal agencies. Franklin's manager was Lawrence E. King, Jr, a rising star in state and Republican circles, an officer of the National Black Republican Council. King sang the national anthem at the GOP national conventions in 84 and 88.
Nearly 40 Million dollars was missing in that small town bank that only had deposits of 1-2 million. Sometimes it pays to follow the money.

Larry King was a phenominal figure in all this. In repects to his involvement with Boys Town , and other girls orhpanages, he figures in with the lurid story of those who might not be missed and can be used without easy ramifications.
Johnny Gosch was an 12 year old paper boy that disappeared in Des Moines, about this time, was never heard from again, but has frightening connections with the possibility that he could be the Jeff Gannon we all know and love of the former Talon News Services.
Paul Bonacci who was also his age tells of the abduction and horrid stories of his ritual abuses.

Johnny's mother, Noreen, years later told Decamp:

"...Then there was a man by the name of Michael Aquino. He was in the military. He had top Pentagon clearance. He was a Satanist. He's founded the Temple of Set. And he was also a very close friend of Anton LaVey [the late founder of the Church of Satan]. The two of them were very active in ritualistic sexual abuse. And they deferred funding from this government program to use this experimentation upon children where they deliberately split off the personalities of these children into multiples, so that when they're questioned, or put under oath, or questioned under lie detector, that unless the operator knows how to question a multiple personality disorder they turn up with no evidence."

Please keep this in mind. Colonel Michael Aquino figures prominately in the course of these mysteries.

In the rising public furor that accompanied the failed Credit Union and the emerging sex scandel, Gary Caradori was appointed the main investigative head by the Nebraska Legislature told Senator Loran Schmit:

"To be frank, it is my opinion that we are the only ones who are seriously working to get this case out in the open."

In July 1990 Caradori phoned Senator Schmit saying:

"We've got them! There's no way they can get out of this now. "

Then after returning from a Chicago All-Star game with his eight year old son AJ,
his private plane mysteriously crashed and killed both Caradori and his son in a field near Aurora IL.

At the Nebrask statehouse that morning, Senatory Schmit talked to reporters, who soon filled his office.
"There wer a lot of people in this stae who wanted to see gary dead. They got their wish."


Intelligence officers and cultists have a lot in common. Secrecy is a way of life for both the spy and the sorcerer:they both use does and code names: they both pretend to be able to influence events at a distance. They both specialize in the manipulation of reality and they are both ruthless and often amoral or immoral in the pursuit of their goals...
When one can so easily manipulate the perception of reality, one eventually come to the realization that Truth, itself, is a malleable thing. So it was only natural that the cultist and the spy would gravitate towards each other and would try to learn from each other.
Peter Levenda/ Rosmary's Baby SF

Someone, it seemed, was getting worried with what Gary had to say, and had the resources to find that out,keep it in check and take care of loose ends. It is not without surprise that such unbelievable stories can emerge then depart from the public scene, without a big deal, as the rest of us go on with our lives, with our dreams of the future and hopes of who's going to be in the Super Bowl next year.
There is in this a disconnect, in full view, that does not become us as a people, supposedly a free people, that we endure the increasingly transparant lack of integrity that is shockingly apparent in elite economic ,political, and military circles of today.

And the legacy lives on.

part IV soon.


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28 Comments:

Blogger Rex Kramer, Danger Seeker said...

Dammit, AJ, why can't you just be distracted by shiny objects like the rest of the lemmings, er, citizens?

4:46 PM  
Blogger Lily said...

I think the indifference about children and how they are treated in this country is appalling and a national disgrace.

6:49 PM  
Blogger AJ said...

Pretty spooky stuff huh?

12:06 AM  
Blogger qrswave said...

wow. No wonder you're not optimistic.

very spooky stuff.

makes you want to live in remote island off the pacific.

12:29 AM  
Blogger Neil Shakespeare said...

That is an important question you bring up. Who IS going to be in the super bowl next year? Gosh! Now I'll have to think about THAT all day...

11:35 AM  
Blogger Lily said...

AJ, please weigh in on our Shallow President's Day Question! Please also pressure Lew to adopt the winning Prez for his profile picture... I'm pulling for Nixon... swoosh. That is all.

2:23 PM  
Blogger AJ said...

shakes:Chicago, all the way
Qrs: That's why I visit Rex/TBR and make fun of Lily & the frog to keep me laughing!
Lily:OK. Ill weigh in....You never said if you wanted to be wrote out of the skit! ya...no?

4:13 PM  
Blogger jc said...

hey AJ,

abt my last post: meant no offence.

i had an idea that the christian right or whatever were cheering these people on; just didn't know to what extent. and it tied in.

also, reminds me of something jeff said once: that all these people may have diff motives, beliefs, or what not, but they're working toward some sort of common calamity.

i mean, reading some of the stuff jeff and you post one has to kind of come to terms with the fact that maybe this admin though they profess faith are not actually christian.

the straussians say that power makes use of religion, in whatever form. all of that.

i'm not entirely sure what these people believe in, if they belive anything at all (think jeff said something along those lines too) and it doesn't really matter when it's become so clear what they're trying to do, right?

peace

(then again, i think there's a lot to the image in yr last post: necroneocon, and that is scary.)

6:42 PM  
Blogger jc said...

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6:42 PM  
Blogger Lew Scannon said...

Do I forsee Kay Griggs and William Colby in the future? Skull and Bones? Shellbacking?

don't ask, don't tell

9:21 PM  
Blogger AJ said...

Lew, Damn, I think you know a bit more than I do about conspiracy! I just report what I watch on CNN.
Someday we should trade notes.

JC: No offense taken!
I was just kidding around. OF COURSE this is Sraussian. If Bush is a real Christian- than my Dog is the Pope. And yes, when you talk to a real bible thumper (and I admit I was one once, that is before I started pestering fine young upstanding girls like Lily),... you do get that... wierd gleam in their eyes when you start talking about war & nuclear exchanges...

10:33 PM  
Blogger Lily said...

Lily is about to accuse you of persecution! Don't make me go Appalachian on your ass, stud.

Yes, Lew is a conspiracy mogul, he is unlike anyone I know. He was the first person to comment when I started a blog, back a few months when I didn't even know HOW to blog. (not that I am an expert, by any stretch of imagination) and I have been reading his words like a loyal dog ever since. He has single handedly pushed my brain to reconsider a lot of stuff...In all seriousness, I am very fortunate to have you guys around for discussions. I do appreciate you.

Wish I could sleep... damn insomnia.

3:02 AM  
Blogger AJ said...

Lily,

You should do what I do: buy RED Bull by the case, and you would have your thesis done in a year!
Any you would love to go to bed at night! to read!
Yea Lew is cool.Who is Rosco? I thought it was only you being funny?

7:46 AM  
Blogger Kathleen Callon said...

If we keep track of how many cars are stolen, we should know how many kids are kidnapped... this is upsetting, but if you hadn't posted it I wouldn't have learned about it... so thanks.

11:57 AM  
Anonymous Not Dr Lily for a looong time said...

My son...bwahahahahahahaha. Well, I'm not quite that old. But I AM a thirty something. The questions have been eyebrow raising. Thats ok, people asked if Lew was my husband or boyfriend many times. Better watch out, people will gossip about you next. Thats the blogworld for you.

The thesis was back in grad school AJ. Its a little different now, the hoops to jump through. My thesis was on politicians and constituents, I did a year of research in an office I will not name. Needless to say, politics made me the cynic I am today.

2:08 PM  
Blogger AJ said...

Kath, it gets even more disturbing. They say that about 100k US minors run away/disappear each year. That is quite a few per week...
Lily,
Cynic? You? I don't believe it for a second.
It would be interesting reading your thesis, will you share it with us someday?

3:30 PM  
Blogger Ron Nasty said...

Next you'll be tellin' us that Buash and Cheney was behind 9/11

8:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't like Red Bull.

6:35 AM  
Blogger Lily said...

Well, its about needs based listening, and how to serve people with different needs and expectations. Hippie stuff, I guess. About conflict. My thinking was that to understand solutions and work on change, we have to study change and study peace..policy, business, social welfare, economics, politics, racism, sexism, etc. study as much as we can, however we can. And work in ways that earn us money of course but also become ways that barter our 'time' for positive change/contributions if possible.

2:34 PM  
Blogger jc said...

hey aj,

answered your request on wakeupfromyourslumber

am geeting tired of one of the comments posters though

you'll see who i mean

anyway, said my piece

peace

3:09 PM  
Blogger AJ said...

Yea JC, it was a good thread. I hope I did not offend you joking around..!

8:58 PM  
Blogger Left of Center said...

One thing I notice is that often reports of abducted children dom't mention that is was a parent that took them. I think perhaps the kids that are abducted by strangers should take priority, unless the abducting parent is a danger to the child.

12:48 AM  
Blogger AJ said...

LOC,

I concur. Amber alerts were an excellent idea.Let's hope they work.

7:31 AM  
Blogger Young Brother said...

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12:37 PM  
Blogger Kathleen Callon said...

AJ,
Thanks for the video. I feel like I experienced a rite of passage. Peace, and have a great weekend.

Kat

2:22 PM  
Blogger AJ said...

Thanks YB, I see Nathendave is doing well.

Kat, sorry to have you go through that.It will take you a while.But now you know.

5:36 PM  
Blogger Kathleen Callon said...

Don't feel sorry. It was good that I saw it. I'll do a post about it when I have time.

6:09 PM  
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