Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Tristan Metroze: Another Dead Banker (July 22, 2015)

Tristan Metroze, worked for Morgan Stanley.

In light of all the dead bankers, this poor guy fits right into the pattern. Additionally he has a military backround.

This story is being completely ignored by not only the mainstream media but the alternative sites online. It fits the pattern and one wonders how made other deaths there have been that have not attracted any attention in this "dead banker" situation.

It may be that he decided to end it all by driving into the lake (he did have PTSD) but it could have been a hit as well.

It's like so much in both the mainstream and alternative media -its only news if they want it to be.

Via local WCAX news:

The mystery of a missing man in northern New York was solved Wednesday when his body was found in a car in Lake Champlain.
New York State Police say it appears 39-year-old Tristan Metroze intentionally drove his car off the pier at the ferry dock in Port Kent. A recreational diver found the car underwater Wednesday, with a body inside. Police have confirmed it is Metroze.
It's unclear when the New York City man went into the lake. He'd been missing since June 4, when he was last seen in Lake Placid."

Via Linkedin:


Financial Advisor Associate

Morgan Stanley Wealth Management
(2 years)Manhattan, new york city

Executive Administrative Staff

VA Healthcare Pittsburgh
(2 years)greater Pittsburgh area

Hospital Corpsman

US Navy
(7 years)Camp Lejeune"

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

1983 Lookout Mountain Film: "Wavelength"

This film should interest all of Dave Mcgowan's Laurel Canyon Conspiracy fans.
It stars Cherie Currie, one of Frank Zappa's "Runaways" and the story revolves around breaking into Lookout Mountain Laboratory.
The film has the feel of being directed and/or written by someone involved in the military.
Although the alien theme may have been allowed as a reason for the film, its a good bet it was not promoted in the long run because it dealt with Lookout Mountain Laboratory and that was a subject best left ignored until Dave McGowan, that is.

Saturday, April 18, 2015

The Weaponization of Passed Gas on Expensive Leather

On April 15, 2015 the House Foreign Affairs Committee met to discuss "Russia's Weaponization of Information."

This hearing singled out Russia Today which is obviously a front for the FSB and plays off the fact that the Western media cannot frame critical observations of governments and corporations the way Russia Today can, without giving away their own game.

In fact it is a game for both sides. Here is how Voice of America frames it:

The acting CEO of the Broadcasting Board of Governors, which runs Voice of America, says they will counter Putin's information attack with a counter-strategy, as if this is all something new.

The BBG has people like Karen Kornbluh on its board of directors:

"Ambassador Karen Kornbluh is the Executive Vice President of External Affairs for Nielsen, responsible for global public policy, privacy strategy, and corporate social responsibility. Prior to joining Nielsen, Kornbluh was the U.S. Ambassador to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) from 2009 – 2012. Previously, she was Policy Director for then Senator Barack Obama.  In the Clinton Administration, she served as Deputy Chief of Staff at the US Treasury Department and Director of the Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs at the Federal Communications Commission.  Additionally, Kornbluh founded the New America Foundation’s Work and Family Program and is a senior fellow for Digital Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations."

Chairman Royce then asks Peter Pomerantsev of the Legatum Institute for his opinion on the matter at hand.

The Legatum Insitute was founded by one of two brothers that used to be heavily invested in Gazprom, the world's (and Russia's) largest gas company:

"By the end of 1994, the Chandlers had snapped up enough vouchers to buy a 4 percent stake in Unified Energy Systems, Russia’s largest electric utility; 11 percent of Mosenergo, the Moscow electricity distributor; 5 percent stakes in each of the three main production arms of Yukos Oil Co.; a 15percent stake in Novolipetsk Metallurgical Kombinat,the country’s biggest steelmaker; and a "small", undisclosed stake in Gazprom, the world’s No. 1 gas producer. The metric they used in each case was simple: The book value of assets vastly exceeded the companies’ market capitalizations. With more than $194 million invested at the time, the brothers say they were the largest foreign portfolio investors in Russia."

 "...Sputnik — an outfit controlled by Russian financier Boris Jordan and backed by, among others, Soros Fund Management and Harvard Management Co. — sold its NLMK stake at a profit before the appeals process was finished. A decade later Sputnik’s actions still rankle Richard Chandler. “We would have hoped that Soros Fund Management and Harvard would have recognized the opportunity to set up Novolipetsk as a model of good corporate governance in Russia,” he says.

-both quotes via Institutional Investor, March 2006.

So, back to Peter Pomerantsev:

 Peter Pomerantsev is a Senior Fellow to the Transitions Forum, a Legatum offshoot:

"The 'Transitions Lecture Series' explores the role of economic reform in the success of democratic development. This is a joint-initiative between the Legatum Institute, the National Endowment for Democracy’s International Forum for Democratic Studies, and World Affairs." 

National Endowment for Democracy is well known as an intelligence front:

"NED was created in 1983, when the CIA was being accused of covertly bribing politicians and setting up phony civil society front organizations. According to Allen Weinstein, who was responsible for establishing the NED during the Reagan Administration: “A lot of what we do today was done covertly 25 years ago by the CIA.” (Washington Post, Sept. 21, 1991)."
-Michael Chossudovssky, Global Research. 

Ok then, World Affairs editorial board member Jeffrey Gedmin:

" a senior fellow at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, in Washington, and at the Institute for Strategic Dialogue, in London. He has served as president of the London-based Legatum Institute, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty in Prague, and the Aspen Institute Berlin. In the 1990s, he was a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, where he directed the New Atlantic Initiative. Gedmin is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and his commentary and articles have appeared in numerous publications. He is author of The Hidden Hand: Gorbachev and the Collapse of East Germany and the recipient of the Golden Linden Medal from the Czech government for his contributions to democracy, human rights, and liberty. He earned his doctorate degree from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, where he has also taught, and currently serves on the board of the school’s masters program. Gedmin was awarded an honorary doctorate by the Tbilisi State University, in Georgia, is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, in New York." 

Radio Free Europe has long been known as a CIA front:
Charles Douglas Jackson, President of the Free Europe Committee: 

Jackson became the publisher of Fortune Magazine and from 1951-52 he served as President of the Free Europe Committee. He also wrote speeches for Dwight D. Eisenhower during his presidential campaign. Jackson was rewarded in February 1953 by being appointed as Special Assistant to the President. This included the role of Eisenhower's liaison between the CIA and the Pentagon. According to the Eisenhower Presidential Library files in Abilene, Kansas, Jackson's "area responsibility was loosely defined as international affairs, cold war planning, and psychological warfare. His main function was the coordination of activities aimed at interpreting world situations to the best advantage of the United States and her allies and exploiting incidents which reflected negatively on the Soviet Union, Communist China and other enemies in the Cold War."

Aspen Institute-type stuff:

"Wednesday at the Aspen Institute’s “Washington Ideas Forum,” Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said we are living through, “historic, defining times,” that will result in a, “new world order.”"

Hegel is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations:

"When questioned about the ongoing global chaos by the national correspondent for The Atlantic, James Fallows, Hagel said, “I think we are living through one of these historic, defining times. I think we are seeing a new world order.” "

To look at the larger picture that is formed here it is that big international investors have had their hands in the very same pie (Russia, Gazprom, etc.) that is now seen as the transgressor in an information war concerning Europe, Eastern Europe, the United States and others.

Ukraine is the current concern but that focus will soon shift as it always does.

The spin that is given to the information is that RT, Putin & Co. are saying that it is all a conspiracy and this must be countered with objective reporting from Western media (along with implied censorship of the internet because of all the "extremism" it produces, by "little people who should only speak when spoken to").

Think about the level of investing by foreign interests in Russian companies. The ones who need to be eliminated by the West AND the East are the mid-level people who see the changes happening within. These people must be made to think it is all coming from an external source and not understand their own leaders are all in on it.

It is far easier to have someone from the outside eliminate your enemies on the inside while you get to look like the hero defending.


Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Who Managed the Sandy Hook Hoax?

The Burlington Free press recently ran an article on Rob Cox who is "Global editor for Reuters Breakingviews. He lives in Newtown, Connecticut.

He won the 2014 Annual Alumni Achievement Award for spearheading the "Sandy Hook Promise" a gun awareness website/campaign/money-maker also touted by uber-soulless rascal Mark Barden.

Mr. Cox "moderates forums at gatherings including The World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland.":

In the video on the UVM site, the first person to congratulate Cox is the Managing Director of Sard Verbinnen & Co., New York, Jamie Tully.

Sard Verbinnen is a high powered public-relations firm:

A key quote in the above article notes that Sard Verbinnen has the "ability to influence major news events without leaving fingerprints."

The PR firms pull the levers to make sure all bases are covered. Hill & Knowlton pushed the first Gulf War into reality with their fake "dead babies in incubators" witness trotted before congress:

Homeland Security works the teams on the ground while these guys in the upper echelons move the puzzle pieces into place from a higher vantage point.

The fact that the PR is still moving forward show the long-term gains obtained by Sandy Hook are being pushed by the overseers to come to further fruition.

The trail in this story ends up at Sard Verbinnen...via Reuters. Thanks for showing you cards!
Vermont is an easy place for the elite to work in and on as so many of them come up from New York and have "owned" this place for quite some time (Governor Howard Dean, Senator Bernie Sanders, for example). Dean is on the board of the National Democratic Institute, for instance, an analog of the National Endowment for Democracy, involved in the Soros color revolutions.

Both the top dogs, Sard and Verbinnen, descended from Olgivy Public Relations, whose global chairman is the 2015 chair for The Council of Public Relations, the people who openly associate themselves as heirs to Edaward Bernays:

“The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. ...We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of. This is a logical result of the way in which our democratic society is organized. Vast numbers of human beings must cooperate in this manner if they are to live together as a smoothly functioning society. ...In almost every act of our daily lives, whether in the sphere of politics or business, in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons...who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses. It is they who pull the wires which control the public mind.” -Edward Bernays, nephew of Sigmund Freud.

Sunday, April 27, 2014

May 4, 1970 Kent State Shootings Remembered

Vyzygoth tells of the impact on students in 1970.
Skip to 15:30

Devo co-founder Gerald V. Casale was there at Kent State as a protester.
Quoted from The Vermont Review:

"VR: Going back to your early days. You were present at the Kent State shootings in 1970. How did that day affect you?

JC: Whatever I would say would probably not at all touch upon the significance or gravity of the situation at this point of time -- it would probably sound trite or glib. All I can tell you is that it completely and utterly changed my life. I was a white hippie boy and then I saw exit wounds from M1 rifles out of the backs of two people I knew. Two of the four people who were killed, Jeffrey Miller and Allison Krause, were my friends. We were all running our asses off from these motherfuckers. It was total, utter bullshit. Live ammunition and gasmasks - none of us knew, none of us could have imagined... They shot into a crowd that was running away from them! I stopped being a hippie and I started to develop the idea of devolution. I got real, real pissed off.

VR: Does Neil young's "Ohio" strike close to your heart?

JC: Of course. It was strange that the first person that we met, as Devo emerged, was Neil Young. He asked us to be in his movie, The Human Highway. It was so strange - San Francisco in 1977. Talk about life being karmic, small and cyclical - it's absolutely true. In fact I just got a call from a person organizing a 30th Anniversary commemoration. Noam Chomsky will be there and I may go talk there if I can get away. I still remember it so crystal clear, like a dream you will never forget . . . or a nightmare. I still remember every moment. It kind of went in slow motion like a car accident.

VR: You said that the Kent State shooting sort of served as a catalyst for your theory of Devolution, which spawned Devo--

JC: Absolutely. Until then I was a hippie. I thought that the world is essentially good. If people were evil, there was justice... and that the law mattered. All of those silly naïve things. I saw the depths of the horrors and lies and the evil. The paper that evening, the Akron Beacon Journal, said that students were running around armed and that officers had been hurt. So deputy sheriffs went out and deputized citizens. They drove around with shotguns and there was martial law for ten days. 7 PM curfew. It was open season on the students. We lived in fear. Helicopters surrounding the city with hourly rotating runs out to the West Side and back downtown. All first amendment rights are suspended at the instant the governor gives the order. All of the class-action suits by the parents of the slain students were all dismissed out of court, because once the governor announced martial law, they had no right to assemble."