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October 16, 2011


Item Subject Possible influence Speculation / circumstantial evidence
STS-73 NASA Unknown Cady, Cady, Cady... What did NASA put you through?

October 11, 2011

William Luther Pierce

Oklahoma City memorial

Name Occupation Possible influence Speculation / circumstantial evidence
William Luther Pierce White supremacist FBI
  • The man who caused a memorial to stand in place of 168 lives was most influenced from having read The Turner Diaries.
  • The man who wrote that filth was William Pierce, who supposedly died in 2002 so there is conveniently no one to blame now.
  • William Pierce's connection to Kevin Strom through front group "National Vanguard" is proof-positive that he too was an FBI informant.

168 people died because an FBI program to surveil racists was a little too realistic for someone like Tim McVeigh.  It's okay though — the FBI clears themselves of guilt in a 60 Minutes interview where Pierce denounces the bombing: "I do not approve of the Oklahoma City bombing because the United States is not yet in a revolutionary situation."

Note that sometime after the bombing, a false conspiracy was floated about an Iraqi being involved.  This story was probably intended to discredit conspiracy theories of any kind, including perfectly truthful ideas about who influenced McVeigh in the first place.

October 10, 2011

Andrew Stoney

Screenshot from Barry Lyndon

Item Subject Facts & Analysis
Andrew Robinson Stoney Lies The life of Andrew Robinson Stoney was the basis of William Thackeray's The Luck of Barry Lyndon, later adapted by director Stanley Kubrick who portrayed a much more sympathetic character in his film. Andrew Stoney was most noted for his marriage to Countess Mary Eleanor Bowes.

Calling himself 'Captain' Stoney — although he was in reality a mere lieutenant in the British Army — he insisted on fighting a duel in Mary's honour with the editor of the Morning Post newspaper which had published scurrilous articles about her private life. In fact, he had himself written the articles that criticised her, as well as those defending her; and the duel between Stoney and the newspaper's editor was probably staged. Pretending to be mortally wounded in the duel, Stoney persuaded the countess as his dying wish to marry him. He was carried to the altar on a stretcher for his marriage to the Countess on January 17, 1777. Staging a miraculous recovery immediately after the marriage, Stoney took his wife's surname (as stipulated by her father's will) and was styled Andrew Robinson Stoney Bowes.

Follow Wikipedia to read how he proceeded to abuse the countess and steal her fortune.

A liar, cheat, swindler, and con artist... he did no differently than our own intelligence agencies have been doing nationally and worldwide for decades.

October 8, 2011

George Boole

George Boole

Item Subject Facts & Analysis
George Boole Truth
  • False reporting of crime is punishable everywhere.  Unless you are a detective engaged in so-called prevention and public awareness.
  • Submitting or fabricating false evidence is similarly criminal, as is making false statements.  Unless, of course, the evidence is reported to the media as some melodramatic story of race/terror -ism thwarted by police heroics and government agents.
  • The False Claims Act provides civil and criminal penalties for defrauding government programs.  No such provisions exist against government defrauding citizens in any form.
  • The FBI offers advice on recognizing securities fraud.  The agency is blind, however, as the CIA defrauds the world by seizing ████████████ Cuba, Venezuela, and elsewhere.
  • William Shatner's hairpiece is false.  But he doesn't start wars or make money with it.  Oh wait, he does make money with it.

Anyhow.... What does this have to do with George Boole?  One cannot imagine.

October 6, 2011

Jeff Hall

Name Occupation Possible influence Speculation / circumstantial evidence
Jeff Hall Nazi FBI
The 10-year-old told police he grabbed a Rossi .357 magnum revolver from a closet and "went downstairs with the gun, pulled the hammer back, aimed the gun at his dad's ear while he was asleep and shot him," Riverside Police Det. Greg Rowe wrote in the declaration.

That's quite a story, Greg.

May it never be said that the FBI doesn't take sides on political issues. Certainly a 10-year-old boy murdering someone, even a Nazi, is reason to question gun rights.

Oh by the way, Jeff Hall and his family were actors - not a real criminal among them, let alone "Jeff" being a Nazi.

But don't let fictional gun crimes affect your views... Guns are bad, "mmmm-K?"