Mass Hysteria

“Publicity seeking Lindsey Graham falsely stated that I said there is moral equivalency between the KKK, neo-Nazis & white supremacists,” tweeted President Donald Trump this morning. What Trump really said was a version of, “Whoever is without sin, let them cast the first stone.” The President is saying there is plenty of blame to go around regarding the tragedy of the Charlottsville, Virginia incident of August 12, 2017.

“Not enough!” cry the Pharisees of the press. “Trump must atone for his sins by firing Steve Bannon!” Unless a sacrificial victim (Bannon) is offered up to Moloch, artificial mass hysteria will continue to be ginned up by the press.

More artificial mass hysteria, this time of the “fun” type, is being stirred up about the upcoming solar eclipse on August 21st. Personally I plan to take a nap during the event.

Some cases of mass hysteria can hopefully be viewed in the video at the top of today’s blog entry. But here is another mass hysteria case you might not have heard about:

You probably know that around 999 A.D. the “second coming” was widely expected. But did you know that there was a mass migration from Europe to the Holy Land around this time? This phenomenal migration happened decades before Pope Urban II preached “Crusade” in 1095 A.D., which led to a different mass migration hysteria, aptly described in the book, Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds.

“The scene of the last judgement was expected to be at Jerusalem and as the year 1000 drew nigh the number of pilgrims proceeding eastward to await the coming of the Lord in that city was so great as to be compared to a desolating invasion,” records Montague Summers in his admirable book, The Geography of Witchcraft. Most of the swarm had sold all their possessions before leaving Europe and were living on the proceeds. “Buildings were allowed to fall into decay. It was thought idle to repair these when the end of time was so near.”

 

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Russiagate Story Collapses

An important report from The Nation magazine further undermines the Russiagate story.

“A New Report Raises Big Questions About Last Year’s DNC Hack”, reported Patrick Lawrence on August 9, 2017. A “great edifice” known as Russiagate had been erected ever since “events in the spring and early summer of 2016 were identified as remote hacks and, in short order, attributed to Russians acting in behalf of Donald Trump.” However a group of forensic investigators, intelligence analysts, system designers, program architects, and computer scientists “of long experience and strongly credentialed are now producing evidence disproving the official version of key events last year.” [1]

The independent group, which calls itself VIPS (Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity), analyzed data transfer speeds and concluded remote hacks could not have accomplished the leak of Democratic National Committee (DNC) files. Instead, the evidence points to an onsite transfer of files to a storage device such as a thumb drive. [1]

The report in The Nation magazine offers the following timeline (except for the last item added by me):

  • June 12, 2016: Julian Assange announced that WikiLeaks had and would publish documents pertinent to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
  • June 14, 2016: CrowdStrike, a cyber-security firm hired by the DNC, announced, without providing evidence, that it had found malware on DNC servers and had evidence that Russians were responsible for planting it.
  • June 15, 2016: Guccifer 2.0 first appeared, took responsibility for the “hack” reported on June 14 and claimed to be a WikiLeaks source. It then posted adulterated documents.
  • July 5, 2016: Guccifer again claimed he had remotely hacked DNC servers, and the operation was instantly described as another intrusion attributable to Russia.
  • July 10, 2016: Seth Conrad Rich, an employee for the DNC, was fatally shot in the Bloomingdale neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

Officially they have been blaming the murder of Seth Rich on a “botched robbery.” But what if it was really a botched assassination? A professional assassin would have shot Mr. Rich in the head. But suppose Seth Rich detected the attempt-in-progress and tried to evade the “hit”? That would explain why Seth Rich was shot in the back.

On August 9, 2016, WikiLeaks announced a $20,000 reward for information about Rich’s murder leading to a conviction. [2] This is unusual for Wikileaks to have offered a reward, indicating the Seth Rich case is somehow especially important to them.

In May 2017 a Special Inquisitor, Robert Mueller, was appointed to delve into the Russiagate allegations. But lately Inquisitor Mueller has branched out from Russiagate, as if that avenue has been unfruitful. If there is no Russiagate, how does Mueller keep his job? And how, anyway, does one fire a Special Inquisitor?

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[1] “A New Report Raises Big Questions About Last Year’s DNC Hack”, by Patrick Lawrence. The Nation (online), August 9, 2017. https://www.thenation.com/article/a-new-report-raises-big-questions-about-last-years-dnc-hack/
[2] “Murder of Seth Rich”, Wikipedia, August 15, 2017.

 

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Ukraine Etiquette Tips

The single Ukraine women were eager to meet me. They were all gorgeous and alluring. Before I rushed off to Ukraine, though, I wanted to learn something about how to behave there. (Background: Single Ukraine Ladies, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, August 14, 2017.)

“Don’t do this in Ukraine,” advises one of the Ukraine women. (See her video, hopefully viewable at top.) Do not, for example, blow your nose in public. The Ukraine women will think that is gross.

In America we always say, “Hi, how are you?” But if you say that in Ukraine, they will think that you really want to know how they are, and they will begin telling you about their various aches, pains and problems.

A big boo-boo would be to say, “Well, Ukraine and Russia are basically the same.” It is true that the Russian women are also eager to meet you. But beyond that, there is a big difference. You see, Ukraine used to have a President named Viktor Yanukovych. He was elected on February 7, 2010 “in an election that the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe called transparent and honest.” But then Senator John McCain traveled to Ukraine and meddled in their election. This led to the removal from power of Yanukovych in February 2014. He is currently in exile in Russia and wanted by Ukraine for high treason. [1] So if you said in Ukraine that it was basically the same as Russia, the All-Ukrainian Union “Svoboda”, a national socialist political party, might haul you in for questioning. [2]

One other etiquette tip for when you are meeting the beautiful and alluring Ukraine women is to keep your distance. Different cultures have different social spaces customs. Suggested in the video, “Don’t do this in Ukraine,” is to keep about an arm’s length away in casual encounters.

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[1] “Viktor Yanukovych”, Wikipedia, August 15, 2017.
[2] “Svoboda (political party)”, Wikipedia, August 15, 2017.

 

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Single Ukraine Ladies

There it was in my e-mail: Single Ukraine women wanted to meet me!

This was great! After a week of depressing news, first about North Korea and then about the Charlottsville, Virginia incident, I was feeling pretty glum. But then, in my Monday morning e-mail, there it was: Beautiful women from Ukraine wanted to meet me!

So I clicked on the link in the e-mail, Ukraina Women: International dating agency. And there were photos of the Ukraine women and they were all gorgeous. They all looked like they could be in Playboy magazine. And they wanted to meet me!

This was fantastic! Here I thought Monday was going to be sad and gloomy, and then the Wheel of Fortune turned and I was being pursued by sexy women from Ukraine!

I soon realized I had John McCain to thank for my bounty. The Arizona Senator, back in December 2013, had wandered into the town of Kiev. There, the local gang called “Svoboda” befriended McCain. Kung-Fu McCain had spotted a fair lass, US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland, in Kiev’s main Svoboda site, where she was handing out buns and cookies. Famished from his wanderings, McCain gratefully accepted nourishment. While relishing his humble food, McCain got to chatting with the Svoboda people. He learned there were some bad hombres tyrannizing the town. And so it happened that McCain and his Svoboda friends chased out the bad hombres from Ukraine. And now beautiful women from Ukraine were desperate to meet me! (Background: Kung-Fu McCain in Kiev, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, January 29, 2014.)

Well, don’t be surprised if my next blog entry is from Ukraine. I might be packing my bags and flying over there. Suppose I meet the girl of my dreams. Will we be staying in wonderful Ukraine thanks to John McCain? Or will she beg yours truly to, “Please! Get us out of here!”

 

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Imran Awan & Wasserman Schultz

“Welcome to the Twilight Zone,” states Peter Lavelle at the opening of his CrossTalk program of August 4, 2017. In the Twilight Zone “it would seem this is the place where Debbie Wasserman Schultz resides, works, and even conspires. She is at the center of a growing scandal that includes ethics violations, fraud, embezzlement, theft, lies, misrepresentation, Pakistan, and gross mishandling of sensitive government documents. And guess what? None of this is being blamed on Russia!” (See video hopefully viewable at top.)

You remember Debbie Wasserman Schultz: She was chairperson for the Democratic National Committee, until Wikileaks released a collection of hacked emails indicating that Wasserman Schultz and other members of the DNC staff showed bias against the presidential campaign of Senator Bernie Sanders in favor of Hillary Clinton’s campaign. [1]

All those Bernie Sanders supporters who sent hard-earned dollars to Bernie’s campaign got screwed. There is a lawsuit underway charging fraud on the part of the DNC. Those Bernie people contributed a lot of money and they were cheated, is the claim. But the DNC is claiming, “Hey, we never said we were honest!” Seriously, that is their defense: There was no fraud against the Bernie supporters because the Dems don’t claim to be honest!

But never mind all that. The BIG NEWS today is that President Donald Trump is taking a 17-day vacation, even though Trump used to criticize Barack Obama for taking vacations. Gasp! (It turns out there is scheduled construction at the White House and President Trump has gone to New Jersey for some quiet while he continues to work.)

Blanket misleading coverage of Trump’s “vacation” is all over the “news.” Scarcely to be found though in the “watchdog press” is ongoing coverage of how Wasserman Schultz connects with Imran Awan, the mysterious Pakistani who was nabbed fleeing the U.S., enroute to Pakistan by way of Qatar.

Thirty-seven-year-old Imran Awan, “as well as his wife and two brothers Abid and Jamal, worked as IT [Information Technology] administrators for nearly 30 congressmen, all Democrats, including former Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz. They did not have security clearances and it is not even certain that they were in any way checked out before being hired.” [2]

“Imran Awan declared bankruptcy in 2010, claiming losses of $1 million on a car business that he owned in Falls Church, Va. The business was named Cars International A, abbreviated on its business cards as CIA.” [2]

There is much more going on with the Awan family. But “Mum’s the word” from the press, who are more interested in constant petty Trump insinuations than in informing the public about the dark side of the Bill & Hillary gang.

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[1] “Debbie Wasserman Schultz”, Wikipedia, August 6, 2017.
[2] “The Strange Case of Imran Awan”, by Philip Giraldi. The American Conservative, August 3, 2017. http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/the-strange-case-of-imran-awan/

 

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Eerie Trump Book

One Leigh Scott, a film-maker, notices some strange books written in the 1890s. (See video clip, hopefully viewable at top, or do a YouTube search on “The Baron Trump Adventures Launch Trailer”.)

“Two of the most popular stories of Ingersoll Lockwood were illustrated for children, focused on a strange character that was said to be fictional who went by the name of Baron Trump.” [1]

The Victorian-era books were titled: (1) The Travels and Adventures of Little Baron Trump and Wonderful Dog Bulgar; and (2) Baron Trumps Marvelous Underground Journey.

One of the main characters’ names happens to be the same as the son of President Donald Trump. “Trump’s adventures started in Russia and were guided by directions said to be the master of all masters, and he went under the name of Don.” There are several other strange synchronicities involved. Further details may still be available at this link.

Another book in the strange synchronicities department is an 1898 novella written by Morgan Robertson: The Wreck of the Titan: Or, Futility (originally called Futility). It tells of the fictional ocean liner Titan, which sinks in the North Atlantic after striking an iceberg — years before the actual sinking of the Titanic! [2]

Strange things have been going on: Kyle Odom’s list of noteworthy Martians… McCain rises from the dead… A friend used to call such uncanny incidents examples of G.I.N. — God’s Information Network. But other’s might say they are examples of S.I.N. — Satan’s Information Network.

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[1] “Three Novels From 1896 About ‘Baron Trump’ Making Eerie Predictions”, http://www.disclose.tv/news/three_novels_from_1896_about_baron_trump_making_eerie_predictions/139899
[2] “The Wreck of the Titan: Or, Futility”, Wikipedia, August 3, 2017. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wreck_of_the_Titan:_Or,_Futility

 

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Return Of the Delators

Marcus Aurelius Commodus Antoninus became the Roman emperor when his father died in 180 A.D. Commodus, in Anno Domini 183, was returning from the amphitheater, via a narrow and secret passage, to his palace. In the dark passageway, an assassin awaited; with drawn sword, he rushed at Commodus from the shadows and exclaimed, “The senate sends you this!” The death of the emperor was prevented by his guards, but thereafter Commodus was distrustful of and hostile to the Roman Senate. That is partly why the delators were brought back into use. [1]

In Roman society, the delator (from delatio, denunciation) supplemented the police. Rewards for the delators included “pecuniary rewards and public praise” and “citizenship for foreigners.” [2]

Because the work of these informers was rewarded, there was potential for abuse. One source describes how these delators got out of hand. During the time of Flavius Julius Valens Augustus, Eastern Roman Emperor from 364 to 378, there was widespread witchcraft in the empire. Emperor Valens began a witch hunt, to put a stop to the evil practice. “A certain Palladius was commissioned to see that the laws were enforced, and the informers [delators] by whom he was constantly surrounded are said to have bribed servants to secrete parchments upon which were written spells and other similar objects in the houses of wealthy merchants, so that when the official searchers came to examine the premises, these documents and amulets were soon discovered, and no mean blackmail could be safely levied.” [3]

Earlier, though, in the time of Emperor Commodus, witchcraft had flourished in Rome. Commodus himself was a devotee of the Cult of Mithras. Author Montague Summers tells how the “insane Commodus” ordered select handsome youths to be sacrificed at his altars. “Sacra Mithriaca homicidio vero polluit,” recorded one ancient author. The abominations of Commodus were done for the sake of extispicium, an examination of human entrails used to foresee the future. [3]

Around 192 A.D., portents unfavorable to Commodus were noticed. According to the Roman author Cassius Dio Cocceianus (Dion Cassius), “many eagles of ill omen soared about the Capitol and moreover uttered screams that boded nothing peaceful, and an owl hooted there.” Marcia, favorite concubine of Commodus, conspired with some in the emperor’s inner circle to do away with him. Marcia gave poison to Commodus, mixed in with his food. But due to the emperor’s immoderate drinking habits, he soon vomited out much of the poison. A wrestler named Narcissus was sent for and he strangled Commodus to death. [1]

Pertinax, successor to Commodus, condemned his predecessor’s memory. Surviving victims of Commodus “were recalled from exile, released from prison, and restored to the full possession of their honours and fortunes. The unburied bodies of murdered senators were deposited in the sepulchres of their ancestors; their memory was justified; and every consolation was bestowed on their ruined and afflicted families. Among these consolations, one of the most grateful was the punishment of the Delators; the common enemies of their master, of virtue, and of their country.” [1]

Which brings us to the return of the delators. These are the “anonymous sources” constantly being cited by newspapers such as The Washington Post and The New York Times. These delators accuse President Donald Trump of having made a pact (“colluded”) with “the devil” (Russia). Consulting the Malleus Maleficarum (Witches Hammer), it was decided the appointment of a Special Inquisitor was warranted. (Background: The Inquisition of Donald Trump, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, July 30, 2017.)

And so, tweeted the president on July 29, 2017, “Witch Hunt!” Fox & Friends had reported that the firm behind an infamous delation, the anti-Trump “golden showers” dossier, also worked for Russia. “In other words,” tweeted Trump, “Russia was against Trump in the 2016 Election…” (Emphasis added)

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[1] Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, vol. I, by Edward Gibbon.
[2] “Delator: Roman law official”, Encyclopedia Britannica, online.
[3] The Geography Of Witchcraft, by Montague Summers. Evanston & New York: University Books. Reprint from Kessinger Legacy Reprints, http://www.kessinger.net

 

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