I have little (and not so little) rants about Firefox and Mozilla tucked into the crevices of several articles and posts and so i decided to consolidate. The Mozilla Monster is now my official watering hole for everything i hate about the Mozilla Foundation... or at least strongly dislike... or question. Don't get me wrong, i still use and recommend Firefox, but i think it's days are numbered.
From the video description...
We all know the old trope of the tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy theorist who believes crazy things like “the government is spying on us� and “the military is spraying things in the sky� and “the CIA ships in the drugs.� Except those things aren’t so crazy after all. Here are five examples of things that were once derided as zany conspiracy paranoia and are now accepted as mundane historical fact.
The transcript for the video is available on James' website.
Please visit The Corbett Report website and subscribe to his feeds. James is a great guy and an accomplished researcher who has published a wealth of material about a wide variety of subjects, many of which certain organizations and governments would rather you knew little or nothing about.
Farsight just released a very interesting video in which both Dick Allgire and Daz Smith remote view the John Kennedy assassination in Dallas Texas on 22-Nov-1963. These guys seem to be among the top remote viewers in existence at this time, at least in the public sector, and i have come to trust their work over the years.
Here's an interesting screenshot of a portion of Daz's session annotated by me (click to enlarge):
Note that "CIA" is listed as an AOL. I forget what AOL stands for, but it's essentially when the conscience mind sort of interrupts an RV session with thought. Such thoughts are seen as possible contamination and are therefore listed off to the side. Daz is not stating that the CIA performed the assassination, only that the thought of the CIA entered his mind during the session. Daz lists many keywords during the session including directive, military and compartmentalized. He states that no one person was aware of the entire plan.
What is most interesting to me about Daz's session is that he puts two sniper teams in front of the car, the upper one in a low or lying position and the lower one in a raised position which seems to correspond with the grassy knoll area. Where could the team in the upper part of the image have been positioned? Daz states that the observer, or guard, for that team seemed very busy, as though he was making sure no one approached the sniper team from behind. He also says the man was close to traffic.
Dick's session largely corroborates what we learned from Daz's session. Again, words like CIA, military, mercenary, trained, professional, secret service, contract, sheep-dipped, coup d'état, cold, calculating and calm are used to describe the three or four, three man teams. Dick seems to place one of the teams on or near the roof of a building which appears may be the book depository or the Dal-Tex building. He also describes a man or men flashing fake badges which matches witness evidence, as well as a man posing as a workman with a tool case in which the gunman on one of the teams would deposit his disassembled weapon immediately after firing it, possibly only once.
Dick places a great deal of importance on what he describes as a red stone or brick, Gothic looking building with towers on it. The building he describes is undoubtedly the red sandstone courthouse and he feels this was the "command and control" building where there were men located high in its tower with communication radios overlooking the scene. He states that he feels they had a large, secret, state of the art device which was used to scramble their radio communications. Here's a screenshot of his session regarding the shooting teams, their positions and their triangulation of fire which converge at the red dot where Kennedy's car would have been. Again i have annotated the image (click to enlarge):
Here's the complete video:
I've been watching Tulsi Gabbard for the last week or so as she tours the U.S. in her bid for the presidency. I like what she says, but she keeps repeating more or less the same bullet points from place to place and so it was really refreshing to see her on the Joe Rogan show for 2.5 hours.
Tulsi has a good heart and that alone makes her an excellent candidate in my opinion given the heartless, self-serving, Israeli loving political whores who've held the presidency since... when? Kennedy? She never fails to mention that she feels a calling to serve people which is not surprising for a female, unlike us males who tend to be more service-to-self oriented. She strikes me as somewhat ignorant regarding the unelected, behind the scenes power brokers that drive government policy and global politics, but at least she recognizes many of the serious problems that result from what many have come to call the 'deep state'.
In summary, she strikes me as genuine which is something that is rarely seen in the political sphere. She is anti-war and seems genuinely concerned with the well-being of the little people. In a time of perpetual war and regime change which has, and continues to effect many millions of people, i wonder if anything else is more important? Ryan Dawson called her the next Ron Paul and i certainly don't disagree.
Joe Rogan remains ignorant on many issues, only touching the surface of problems he doesn't fully understand, so don't expect any tough questions from him. I think he's a decent guy, but he doesn't understand the facts at the core of many issues which leads to somewhat shallow interviews with important people. That said, his interview with Tulsi is well worth watching and it's nice to see her relax and show us more of who she really is and what her goals are.