Pakistani Election Fraud

In the aftermath of the Benazir Bhutto assassination, startling allegations were brought to light, including election fraud in Pakistan.

Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Pakistani Election Fraud”, published to YouTube on August 23, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 7 minutes and 57 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.

In the immediate aftermath of the Benazir Bhutto assassination of December 27, 2007, a flurry of “conspiracy theories” about the Pakistani Prime Minister and her assassination appeared. (Background: Remembering Benazir Bhutto, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, August 20, 2016.) [1]

Here are a few more of the Bhutto “conspiracy theories”, including a doozie about possible Pakistani election fraud.

  • On January 2, 2008, India Daily reported that the Pakistani ISI possessed a new arsenal to be used for attacking Indian installations secretly from Europe. Reported Chetan Cahuhan for India Daily, “It is a laser based pin pointed weapon system that can pierce through the skull and the bones and cause death instantaneously.” A section of Bhutto’s Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) was claiming she was targeted with sophisticated “laser beam technology.” The larger question was, Who had given Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf the secret Laser based weapon system that can be used to assassinate world personalities?
  • An intriguing comment appeared around this time. In “Assassination humbles Washington”, author William Gibson, Washington correspondent for the Sun Sentinel and the Orlando Sentinel, wrung his hands and sighed about the whole Benazir Bhutto thing. To this however, a commenter adjoined, “Oh please we all know why she was killed! She admitted the truth that Osama bin Laden had been Killed! So they had to finish her off incase [sic] she’d slip again!” Osama bin Laden had been famously “killed” in 2011, however Bhutto having said Bin Laden was already dead back in 2007 casts doubt upon the famous 2011 death.
  • In the realm of stolen elections, Reuters reported on January 1, 2008 that a top aide had stated, “Benazir Bhutto was poised to reveal proof that Pakistan’s election commission and shadowy spy agency were seeking to rig an upcoming general election the night she was assassinated.” Reporting for Reuters, Simon Gardner revealed that “Senator Latif Khosa, who authored a 160-page dossier with Bhutto documenting rigging tactics, said they ranged from intimidation to fake ballots, and were in some cases unwittingly funded by U.S. aid.” Reportedly, Bhutto had been due to give the report to two visiting U.S. lawmakers (not named) over dinner on December 27, the day she was killed. Among several fraudulent techniques, Khosa claimed that the Pakistani ISI (Inter-Intelligence Services) had a “mega computer” which could hack into any computer and was connected to the Election Commission’s system.
  • Conspiracy theories about “what really happened” to Benazir Bhutto “have multiplied faster than the plot lines in an Oliver Stone film,” wrote Reuben F. Johnson for The Weekly Standard on January 3, 2008. “We are back in Dallas again. Bhutto is JFK and the number of ‘grassy knolls’ keeps increasing by the moment,” said one intelligence official. The names of the two visiting U.S. lawmakers to whom Bhutto was prepared to hand over election rigging documents, not named in the above Reuters report, are given by Weekly Standard as Sen. Arlen Specter and Rep. Patrick Kennedy. “Reportedly,” wrote Reuben F. Johnson, “ISI has a safe house in Islamabad stuffed full of advanced computer hardware that would be used to hack into the network for the Pakistani Central Election Commission and manipulate the results.”

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[1] “Remembering Benazir Bhutto”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, August 20, 2016.


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Them Years: July 2007

Various news items from July 2007 are here recalled.

Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Them Years: July 2007”, published to YouTube on August 21, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 12 minutes and 29 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.

Among notable news items from July 2007 are the following:

  • The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) was investigating the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7 (WTC-7) on 9/11 (September 11, 2001). Evidence increasingly pointed to a controlled demolition having brought down Building 7, reported James Fetzer of Op Ed News on July 2, 2007.
  • There was “Fear for Obama’s safety after knife arrest”, reported Toby Harnden for Britain’s Telegraph newspaper on July 6, 2007. There were “growing fears about threats to kill the man hoping to become America’s first black president.”
  • Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama both battled to win their party’s presidential nomination. In Davenport, Iowa on July 8th police were investigating a break-in at Obama’s headquarters there. “Campaign workers said two laptop computers and some campaign literature were taken from the office,” reported KCCI News.
  • Fears that these could be the final days were expressed by Benjamin Anastas, writing for the New York Times Magazine. José Arguelles, author of a number of esoteric books about the Mayan cosmos, had experienced telepathically received prophecies. A “wave harmonic of history” was “set to culminate in 2012.”
  • The world is facing an oil supply “crunch” within five years, warned the International Energy Agency. Lawrence Eagles, head of the IEA’s oil market division, told the Financial Times: “If we get to the point were there is insufficient supply, the only way to balance the market will be through higher prices and a drop in demand,” reported the Financial Times on July 9, 2007.
  • “Times like these demand action,” stated Al Gore, organizer of Live Earth U.S.A., designed to combat an alleged climate crisis issue. Primatologist Jane Goodall offered a greeting in chimpanzee language, before saying, “Up in the North the ice is melting, what will it take to melt the ice in the human heart?” (Newsday online, July 8, 2007)
  • The alleged “D.C. Madam”, Deborah Jeane Palfrey, had 46 pounds of phone records released. Thereupon Sen. David Vitter of Louisiana said in a statement that he had committed “a very serious sin”. Palfrey operated Pamela Martin and Associates, an escort service that she said was a legitimate business offering sexual fantasies but which federal prosecutors contended was a prostitution ring.
  • Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff warned that the nation faced a heightened chance of attack that summer of 2007. “Summertime seems to be appealing to them,” Chertoff said of Al Qaeda, which used to be the boogeyman before ISIS came along. Chertoff predicted possible dire consequences unless border crossings were tightened with stricter document regulation. (Chicago Tribune, July 11, 2007)
  • The next day, Michael Chertoff downplayed the comments he had made Tuesday. It had all been just a “gut feeling” said the Homeland Security chief. But, asked Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss, “What color code in the Homeland Security advisory system is associated with a ‘gut feeling?'” (There used to be, back then circa 2007, color-coded alert levels, like Code Orange and Code Red.)
  • A Mexican court ruled Thursday, July 12, 2007 that the Tlatelolco massacre of October 2, 1968 had been genocide. Mexican government officials had plotted to “exterminate” demonstrators, ruled the court. However former president Luis Echeverría was cleared of involvement. “This sends the message that the powerful in Mexico are almost untouchable,” stated Elena Poniatowska, whose pioneering investigative reports alleged that high-ranking government officials ordered the massacre. (“Mexican Court Clears Ex-Leader In ’68 Massacre”, by Manuel Roig-Franzia. Washington Post Foreign Service, July 13, 2007.)
  • The Harry Potter craze seemed to be at long last ending with the release of the seventh volume, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,” at midnight July 21. Bad news on the Harry Potter front was, despite all the ballyhoo, a national study was to find that not even Harry Potter had stemmed a decline in adolescent reading. “People said, ‘Children are reading again — all hail Harry Potter,’ ” said Roger Sutton, editor of The Horn Book, the Boston-based children’s book-review magazine. “But lots of kids read only Harry Potter. It doesn’t necessarily turn a kid into a reader.” (“Potter magic extends only so far”, by David Mehegan. The Boston Globe July 15, 2007)
  • A man rented a tuxedo in Colorado and told the clerk, “Today is the day he will reign, and the emperor is coming.” This worried the clerk, because the man was carrying a gun when he rented the tuxedo. Was that man the same tuxedo-wearing man who later rushed Gov. Bill Ritter’s first-floor office claiming to be “the emperor” and saying he was “here to take over the state”? He was shot and killed by a Colorado state trooper. (“You’re gonna pay,” gunman declared, by Mark P. Couch and Jennifer Brown. Denver Post, July 17, 2007)
  • It was revealed that the Pentagon had secretly ordered a report on ways to extend the Iraq War long into the future with the help of “Madison Avenue” marketing techniques. “Now available for the public to read,” reported Jeffrey Feldman for the Huffington Post on July 21, 2007, was a report titled “Enlisting Madison Avenue: The Marketing Approach to Earning Popular Support in Theaters of Operation“. The “report was prepared by the Rand Corporation and cost the American taxpayer $400,000 dollars.” The “tired” brand identity of the entire U.S. military needed to be re-invented, it was argued.
  • On July 24, 2007, U.S. stocks “took a beating” due to poor earnings from Countrywide Financial, one of the nation’s largest mortgage lenders. “Countrywide’s Dip Ignites Concerns About Economy”, reported the Washington Post on July 25th. Credit problems might be spreading to a wider population of borrowers than once believed, it was feared.
  • After the events of September 11, 2001 (“9/11”), Pat Tillman forsook a promising football career and enlisted. Tragically, Tillman later died in Afghanistan. On July 27th, the New York Daily News reported that “Pat Tillman’s family yesterday ripped the Army’s latest investigation of the pro football star’s friendly-fire death in Afghanistan as a ‘sham’ meant to protect higherups.” Tillman, it turns out, had not been “killed in combat” in April 2004 but had died due to “friendly fire.” Tillman had been posthumously awarded a Silver Star, saying he had died in a charge against the enemy. But he was actually killed by machine-gun fire from his own platoon.
  • Was Pat Tillman in fact murdered by his fellow soldiers? That was the speculation offered by Thomas Hanson, in the Miami Poetry Review of July 27, 2007. “Three bullet holes in extremely close proximity in Pat Tillman’s forehead led Army doctors to suggest that an investigation into the death of the Army Ranger was warranted. Those doctors clearly suggested that what took place in Afghanistan in 2004 could have amounted to out and out murder.” Was Tillman disliked by fellow soldiers? Tillman reportedly snapped at a panicked comrade under fire to shut up and stop “sniveling” just prior to Tillman being killed. “Tillman’s mother, Mary Tillman, has believed for some time that her son was deliberately killed,” reported Hanson.
  • Meanwhile, sightings of a mysterious giant bird continued in San Antonio, Texas. “This thing’s all feathers, all black. Much bigger than me. It looked at us. It had very stooped-up shoulders,” said Guadalupe Cantu III. Joe Conger of KENS 5 Eyewitness News (San Antonio) reported on or about July 28, 2007 that “San Antonio’s Ken Gerhard has written a book on these dark birds as big as planes, with wingspans from 15 to 20 feet.” Said Gerhard, “What’s interesting is that the reports of these giant, raptor-like birds do continue into modern times.” Gerhard theorized that the giant bird of San Antonio could be a pteratorn, a surviving ancestor of modern condors and vultures. The pteratorn lived up until 6,000 years ago in parts of North America, and may still survive.


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Remembering Benazir Bhutto

On December 27, 2007, Benazir Bhutto, 11th and 13th Prime Minister of Pakistan, was assassinated. Almost immediately various “conspiracy theories” about the assassination appeared.

Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Remembering Benazir Bhutto”, published to YouTube on August 19, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 9 minutes and 30 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.

Benazir Bhutto, Prime Minister of Pakistan, was assassinated on December 27, 2007. The next day, Yossi Melman, Haaretz correspondent, reported, “Conspiracy theories abound over Benazir Bhutto slaying.” Pakistan was considered to be “one of the world’s most fertile breeding grounds for conspiracy theories”, and many of these were competing to explain the Prime Minister’s murder. There had been “negligence displayed by Bhutto’s security detail.” The assassin easily penetrated the perimeter of guards and then shot Bhutto with a pistol. He then detonated a bomb he was wearing so that authorities would later be unable to identify him and thus ascertain which organization he was working for. Harper’s Magazine agreed that the conspiracy theories were abundant regarding the killing of Benazir Bhutto. In “Who Killed Bhutto? Conspiracy Theories Already Thriving”, Ken Silverstein reported for Harpers on December 27th that “anything is possible at this point.” Cui bono? (Who will benefit?) asked Associated Press on or about December 28th. “On whose behalf did the suicidal assassin kill Bhutto, 20 others and himself? No one knew for certain.” President Pervez Musharraf was considering postponing upcoming elections, “a bitter irony, because Bhutto had returned from exile to run in that election against Musharraf, leader of a military government since a 1999 coup,” reported AP. In the United States, President Bush was already blaming the assassination on “murderous extremists who are trying to undermine Pakistan’s democracy.” Bhutto’s enraged supporters blamed Musharraf, chanting, “Killer, Killer, Musharraf!”

Thaindian News, a news portal for Indians in Thailand, had already dug deeper into the Benazir Bhutto assassination and was reporting on December 27, 2007 that Bhutto had been shot at and killed by at least two snipers before a suicide bomb attack on the periphery of her carcade. “Police confirmed that the snipers fired five bullets from AK-47 assault rifles. Two of the bullets hit Benazir in the neck, while a third hit her forehead. No one was near her car when the shots were fired at her,” reported Thaindian News. At a sidewalk barber’s shop, white-haired Mohamed Sharif, 61, confided, “the rumor is that America is involved in this with Musharraf’s help,” reported Time Magazine (online), in an article titled, “Bhutto Conspiracy Theories Fill the Air.” Reporting for Time Magazine on December 28, 2007, Simon Robinson added that a passerby at the sidewalk barber’s shop butted in to say, “America and the government are in the same direction, they are allies. If the government is doing this it is on the order of America.”

On or about December 29, 2007, Agence France Presse was reporting that Benazir Bhutto’s political party had rejected the official account of her death as “nonsense” and accused the government of a cover-up. In “Pakistan govt accused of covering up Bhutto killing”, AFP reported a bitter dispute had erupted over how the former premier died and who was to blame. The official story now was that Bhutto had bumped her head while trying to dodge bullets! “Leading democratic candidate Hillary Clinton called for an independent, international probe into Bhutto’s murder, saying Musharraf’s government had no credibility,” reported AFP.

The strange case of Benazir Bhutto got even stranger when, on December 28th Associated Press reported that CNN’s Wolf Blitzer had received an eerie e-mail from Bhutto shortly before her death. David Bauder, AP television writer, in a report titled, “Bhutto sent Blitzer security e-mail”, revealed that Bhutto had communicated to Blitzer complaining about her security. “Conditions of use: only if she were killed.” Bhutto wrote to Blitzer, “that if anything happened to her, ‘I would hold (Pakistani President Pervez) Musharraf responsible,'” reported AP.

On December 30, 2007, India Daily reported that it had been revealed that the Rawalpindi police chief had violated the Criminal Procedure Code by not allowing an autopsy on Benazir Bhutto. In “Conspiracy charges gather momentum after it is revealed that Rawalpindi police chief violated the Criminal Procedure Code by not allowing autopsy on Bhutto,” reporter Rita Nair informed readers, “Even though a medical-legal report based on a mandatory post-mortem examination is a must in a murder case under Pakistani laws, the establishment decided to instruct Rawalpindi police chief to block any such post mortem so that they can blame the murder on accident. The funniest thing happened finally. The Musharaff and his establishment blamed the whole thing on Benazir Bhuttos Sunroof latch.” This latch was supposed to have killed Bhutto when she bumped her head on it while dodging bullets.


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The Family Jewels

Further details are given about a giant hexagonal cloud over Saturn, and about the CIA’s “Family Jewels” documents.

Thus reads the description for my latest video, “The Family Jewels”, published to YouTube on August 17, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 6 minutes and 49 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.

In the previous blog entry, Them Years: June 2007, mention was made of a giant hexagonal cloud over Saturn. “Befuddled NASA scientists were wondering why Saturn had an enormous six-sided cloud formation hovering above its gaseous north pole, reported the Washington Post around June 11, 2007. ‘The weird, hexagonal feature, 15,000 miles across and unlike anything ever spotted in space, was first photographed by the twin Voyager spacecraft more than two decades ago,’ reported Rick Weiss. And it was still there in June 2007!” [1]

An image of the Saturn hexagonal cloud can be found at, among other places, The Truth Seeker’s Guide web site. There, it is confirmed that “NASA has taken photographs showing a huge hexagonal feature that encompasses Saturn’s north-polar region!” [2]

Also in the previous blog entry, mention was made of CIA “Family Jewels” documents released in 2007. “In a press release dated June 26, 2007 the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) announced declassification of a collection of documents nicknamed ‘Family Jewels.'” [1]

The “Family Jewels”, a 702-page PDF document, has indeed been found at the CIA web site, Doing a search there on “Family Jewels” quickly returned the relevant file.

A preliminary reading of “Family Jewels” indicates to me that it is a “limited hangout.” A limited hangout is “intelligence jargon for a form of propaganda in which a selected portion of a scandal, criminal act, sensitive or classified information, etc. is revealed or leaked, without telling the whole story. The intention may be to establish credibility…” [3] So, we have in “Family Jewels”, the CIA telling us things we basically already know, yet boosting CIA credibility with an appearance of having “come clean” about its past sins. FLASH! CIA admits it worked with organized crime in a plot to assassinate Fidel Castro!

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[1] “Them Years: June 2007”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, August 16, 2016.
[2] “The Stanley Kubrick Conspiracy – Part 7: Saturn and the Black Cubes”. The Truth Seeker’s Guide, February 12, 2014.
[3] “Limited hangout”, RationalWiki, August 18, 2016.


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Them Years: June 2007

Various news stories from June 2007 are here summarized.

Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Them Years: June 2007”, published to YouTube on August 15, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 8 minutes and 21 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.

Among the news items from June 2007:

  • It was “one of the most chilling plots imaginable“, said U.S. Attorney Roslynn R. Mauskopf. A suspected Muslim terrorist cell allegedly planned to blow up John F. Kennedy International Airport, its fuel tanks and a jet fuel artery. Luckily, the authorities announced on Saturday, June 2, 2007 that they had broken up the suspected terrorist cell and arrested three men. (AP, June 3, by Adam Goldman)
  • In jail for her antics, Paris Hilton released a statement saying she was “learning and growing” from her time behind bars. Maybe this “will mark the end of the Paris Hilton fascination,” commented Leslie Baldacci of the Chicago Sun-Times on June 10th.
  • Befuddled NASA scientists were wondering why Saturn had an enormous six-sided cloud formation hovering above its gaseous north pole, reported the Washington Post around June 11, 2007. “The weird, hexagonal feature, 15,000 miles across and unlike anything ever spotted in space, was first photographed by the twin Voyager spacecraft more than two decades ago,” reported Rick Weiss. And it was still there in June 2007! Was it the handiwork of giant alien bees?
  • In Washington, DC a Victims of Communism Memorial opened. The memorial is tiny, reported Philip Kennicott of the Washington Post on June 13, 2007 (even though the victims of communism number in the millions). It is a 10-foot bronze statue with no particular artistic interest set upon a stubby round stone support.
  • Britain’s Independent newspaper reported on June 14, 2007 on how scientists were “warning that the end of oil is coming sooner than governments and oil companies are prepared to admit.” Scientists led by the London-based Oil Depletion Analysis Centre, said that global production of oil was set to peak in the next four years before entering a steepening decline “which will have massive consequences for the world economy and the way that we live our lives.”
  • On June 15th, the Associated Press reported on how former US House Speaker Newt Gingrich said that an immigration bill resurrected by the US Senate was a “monstrosity” that was “fundamentally dishonest and impossible to implement.” Complained Gingrich, “The problem here is not illegal immigration, it’s American employers who willfully refuse to enforce [the] law.” “Right-wing” conservatives had been able to torpedo the legislation and Sen. Trent Lott (R-MS) charged that, “Talk radio is running America.”
  • On June 19th, New Kerala (apparently a Hindu publication) reported that the inquest into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales had been thrown into a spin by evidence that driver Henri Paul was not drunk at the time the fatal crash took place. New coroner of the inquest Lord Justice Scott Baker acknowledged that there were “serious question marks” about whether or not Henri Paul was drunk.
  • On June 26, 2007 Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez forced Exxon Mobil and ConocoPhillips, two of the largest US companies, out of Venezuela’s oil fields in a nationalization drive. “I’m concerned,” said US Energy Secretary Sam Bodman, quoted in a Reuters report by Brian Ellsworth dated June 27th.
  • In a press release dated June 26, 2007 the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) announced declassification of a collection of documents nicknamed “Family Jewels.” These “Family Jewels” consisted of almost 700 pages compiled in 1973 under Director of Central Intelligence James Schlesinger, who had asked CIA employees to report activities they thought might be inconsistent with the Agency’s charter. The declassified documents were reported to be available online at


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History Of Them Years

Some forgotten news items from about 10 years ago, beginning in 2006, are here covered.

Thus reads the description for my latest video, “History Of Them Years”, published to YouTube on August 13, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 10 minutes and 19 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.

Someone under the name “Lionel Nation” publishes recommended webcasts to YouTube. In one of Lionel’s videos, he stated that the American public has the attention span of a gnat. Pondering this, I thought it worthwhile to recall some past news items, beginning about 10 years ago.

Back in August 2006, a terror attack of enormous scope seemed to have been thwarted. Paul Haven of the Associated Press reported on August 10, 2006 (“Analysis: Was this meant as next 9/11?”) that, “Its scope was ruthlessly ambitious, causing destruction officials say would have been ‘unimaginable.'” It “may have been ‘the Big One’ [officials] have been dreading since Sept. 11, 2001.”

“Vault believers want new dig” reported The Virginia Gazette, on or about August 20, 2006. A supposed Bruton Parish vault in Williamsburg, Virginia was believed to contain clues about Francis Bacon, and the Skull & Bones Society and the Rockefellers were allegedly trying to prevent investigation. In the theory of some, the vault contains the original King James translation of the Bible, original versions of William Shakespeare’s plays (which many believe Bacon and a circle of associates actually wrote) and “Christian Hermetic-Cabalistic mystery teachings.” It is alleged that these treasures were moved from England to Jamestown to Williamsburg.

Osama bin Laden is still “deadly relevant”, reported Christiane Amanpour for CNN. Michael Scheuer, who once headed the CIA’s bin Laden unit, says bin Laden has been given permission by a young cleric in Saudi Arabia authorizing al Qaeda to “use nuclear weapons against the United States … capping the casualties at 10 million.” Thus reported Amanpour on August 22, 2006.

On September 13, 2006 Wayne Madsen accused Bernie Sanders of being one of the “left gatekeepers.” Craig Hill, the Green candidate for the U.S. Senate from Vermont was challenging one “left gatekeeper,” Independent “Socialist” Bernie Sanders “who is running for the Senate”, reported Madsen. “Hill contends that Saunders [sic] is a left gatekeeper who will not investigate 911 further and endorsed a future U.S. military attack on Iran.”

In May 2007 it had been two weeks since CBS Radio fired Don Imus for his alleged “racially and sexually demeaning remarks about the Rutgers women’s basketball team”, reported Jacques Steinberg for the New York Times on May 6, 2007.

If you use a cell phone you could be at serious risk for debilitating and life threatening illness, reported the Preventive Psychiatry E-Newsletter #66. “Neither radiofrequency (30kHz-300MHz) nor microwave fields (300-3000 MHz) exist as significant components of the natural terrestrial electromagnetic environment. In consequence, our human generation is the first to voluntarily expose itself to artificial RF/microwave fields that cover a wide spectrum of frequencies and intensities,” reported the newsletter. (Published to on May 6, 2007.)

There is “a growing body of evidence” reported The Economist on May 10, 2007, “that the Earth’s magnetic field is about to disappear, at least for a while. The geological record shows that it flips from time to time, with the south pole becoming the north, and vice versa.” The Greenland Space Science Symposium had gone on record that “the signs” are that another flip is coming soon. “Just when the magnetic field will flip is impossible to predict from what is known at the moment…”

“Is Global Warming a Sin?” asked Alexander Cockburn in the May 14, 2007 issue of The Nation magazine. The Roman Catholic Church once sold indulgences like checks. The sinners thereby established a line of credit against bad behavior and could go on sinning. Later, circa 2007, a world market in “carbon credits” was in formation. “The modern trade is as fantastical as the medieval one.” Carbon trafficking was just like the old indulgences.


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Hillary and the Mormon Mafia

Reminiscent of the case of Howard Hughes, it is feared that Hillary Clinton might become a sort of living vegetable, surrounded in the White House by a “Mormon Mafia” team of handlers.

Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Hillary and the Mormon Mafia”, published to YouTube on August 11, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 8 minutes and 56 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.

According to the Gemstone Files, in March 1957 Aristotle Onassis had Howard Hughes kidnapped. A fake marriage to Jean Peters served as explanation for Hughes’ disappearance from public view. The kidnapped Hughes was flown to the Bahamas and shot full of heroin for 30 days, then taken to an island called Skorpios. [1]

What has been described as a “Mormon Mafia” of handlers surrounding Howard Hughes thereafter took over operations of the Hughes empire. Above and controlling the handlers was Aristotle Onassis.

In the case of Hillary Clinton, the “Mormon Mafia” of handlers is already coalescing around the feminist icon. (Background: Hillary Needs Some Help, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, August 11, 2016.)

As Ms. Clinton’s health continues to decline, the power of her “Mormon Mafia” is bound to increase. If Hillary Clinton becomes president, this will mean her team of handlers will be running the executive branch of government, with Ms. Clinton only a totem.

And things might become even worse. The Fort Wayne Daily Gazette of October 27, 1869 carried a report about how the petrified remains of a woman’s husband were exhumed and taken to her house. The ghastly specimen served as a sort of “companion” for the woman. [2] Suppose that a President Hillary were to expire in office. Suppose that her remains were mummified by her team of handlers. Before you say this is far-fetched, recall how the remains of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin were fossilized and kept on display for decades. Lenin became a “holy icon” even in death, and the team of handlers might turn Hillary Clinton into another such holy icon, upon which tremendous power would be centered.

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[1] Project Seek: Onassis, Kennedy and the Gemstone Thesis, by Gerald Carroll. Carson City, NV: Bridger House, 1994.
[2] “The Onondaga Giant”, Fort Wayne Daily Gazette, October 27, 1869, page 3. See my book, Tales of the Cardiff Giant, available from


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