Sunday, April 30, 2017

Newborn Human Baby Blood Shown to Reverse Age Related Diseases.                             ~ hehe

These experiments demonstrate that the sliding scale slides all the way to the bottom if measured on an ethical gauge. The very youngest human blood being mined for it’s youth promoting effects. Possibly turned into commodity by the rich and powerful and used as a fountain of youth?
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A recent scientific study published in the scientific Journal Nature has born out the possibility that components of the blood of newborn human babies could actually reverse many of the problems associated with cognitive and other impairments due to aging. While this may strike many as a horrific topic with it’s possible implications. Be aware this research is all linked to the scientific journals. A topic not for the faint of heart.
Human Umbilical Cord Plasma Proteins Revitalize Hippocampal Function in Aged Mice
This is a type of Parabiosis literally meaning “living beside“. By connecting the circulatory systems of two animals into one as in direct transfusion or periodic injections of donor blood. While the technology of transfusion, a form of Parabiosis, has been employed for centuries to save lives from catastrophic blood loss due to injury or surgery. Many would be horrified to know this practice is also being used by the rich and powerful for life extension to this day. Literally injecting the blood of the young for it’s rejuvenating properties. The topic was covered in depth in Raptorman’s last post about this grisly subject. It was reported widely by independent media.
Are the Aging Elite “Feasting On Young Blood”? Rockefeller Research Advanced Eternal Quest 
There are many accounts of the elite throughout history using the blood of young children for sacrificial and life extending purposes. These accounts are often dismissed as lore from long ago and something of a legend like Dracula. The fact is this practice is still in fashion for life extension and is being publically admitted. Recent scientific studies have shown the health benefits of injecting a young animal’s blood into an older animal ranging from increased vitality, better skin, decreased aging, shiner hair and increased mental powers as well as physical stamina. A conceivably nightmarish scenario where the blood of the young becomes a commodity for the rich and powerful. Who’s lust for the good stuff does not stop at Italian marble and fine wines. Exploring this possibility is not to accuse any individual or corporation of violating the law. Asking a core question in the last post regarding the logical deduction about this ghoulish concept.
How young is the blood needed for maximum effects?
Asking this important question. What is the age of the blood needed for the maximum effects? Citing the scientific literature from the Journal NatureAny of the recent articles on the Parabiosis and the elite’s fascination with it all reference the same report in the journal Nature. Missing the most telling part of the report entitled Ageing research: Blood to blood.
This was only a couple paragraphs down from the material covered in the mainstream pieces. Mainstream media outlets must have lost interest after only a couple paragraphs.
Clive McCay, a biochemist and gerontologist at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, was the first to apply parabiosis to the study of ageing. In 1956, his team joined 69 pairs of rats, almost all of differing ages3. The linked rats included a 1.5-month-old paired with a 16-month-old — the equivalent of pairing a 5-year-old human with a 47-year-old. It was not a pretty experiment. Journal Nature   Ageing research: Blood to blood.
Scientific Research on this subject was originally done by Clive Mcay of Cornell University in 1956 and was funded by the Rockefeller Foundation and the secretive Office of Naval Research. The Rockefeller Foundation stating it’s intentions as far back as 1943 to mine blood for it’s prophylactic use therapeutic components. “Thus, what started as an inquiry into the practicability of using animal plasma as a blood substitute for transfusion purposes, has developed into a program of “mining” blood for its individual substances and for testing these concentrates for therapeutic and prophylactic use.

The pursuit of using blood for it’s preventative and therapeutic health qualities is nothing new. Tales of vampires and a bloodthirsty elite rooted in the urban legend are gaining a scientific footing.
These experiments demonstrate the age range to obtain effects is a sliding scale meaning the older you are the younger blood needed for maximum effect. Pairing the equivalent of an 18-year-old with a 47-year-old produced only negligible results. Whereas pairing that same 47-year-old with a 5-year-old produced much better results. Mining the components of the young blood to enhance the function of an older host. All of this is certainly not good for the young donor being sucked dry of its vitality.
New research has come to light also featured in the Journal Nature. Answering the question of how young the blood would need to be for certain maximum effects. As indicated in the original work done by Clive Mcay in 1956 the youngest blood has the most dramatic health effects when injected into older hosts. Now it is born out in the scientific literature just how young blood must be for maximum effect to be had.
Human Umbilical Cord Plasma Proteins Revitalize Hippocampal Function in Aged Mice
Regarding this experiment it was not injecting young mouse blood into older mice. Injections of actual newborn human blood plasma from donated umbilical cords were given to older mice. Dramatically increasing their brain function and overall physiology. The experiment focused on memory and cognitive ability improvements using a component called a TIMP2 protein, mined from human newborn baby blood. Only researching the effects of this one component called a TIMP2 protein but admitting all kinds of rejuvenate qualities were obtained by the injection of newborn human baby blood. The experiment was related to aging research and not Alzheimer’s disease as is often quoted in mainstream articles when broaching the need for such macabre experiments.
In addition to revitalizing other aged tissues, exposure to factors in young blood counter acts age related changes in these central nervous system parameters, Although the identities of specific cognition promoting factors or whether such activity exists in human plasma remains unknown. We hypothesized that plasma of an early developmental stage, namely umbilical cord plasma, provides a reservoir of such plasticity promoting proteins. Here we show that human cord plasma treatment revitalizes the hippocampus and improves cognitive function in aged mice. Tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinases 2 (TIMP2), a blood born factor enriched in human cord plasma, young mouse plasma, and young mouse hippocampi appears in the brain after systemic administration and increases synaptic plasticity and hippocampal dependent cognition in aged mice.                    Journal Nature  Human Umbilical Cord Plasma Proteins Revitalize Hippocampal Function in Aged Mice
This cannot be understated. Human newborn baby blood reverses cognitive and other age-related ailments. Even in older mice that aren’t even human. Imagine what it would do for a billionaire in their late 40s who is overworked. Or an executive looking for any edge over their competition. What about an elite obsessed with life extension? Consider all of the horrific logical deductions. This is not to imply any wrongdoing by any individual or corporation. Only to show the relevant scientific research and ask logical questions as to where this is all going or where it has gone. Do you think there are enough donated umbilical cords to satisfy demand for such a conceivably important product?
These experiments demonstrate that the sliding scale slides all the way to the bottom if measured on an ethical gauge. The very youngest human blood being mined for it’s youth promoting effects. Possibly turned into commodity by the rich and powerful and used as a fountain of youth?
A darker picture could not be painted in the worst science fiction novel. Thanks to and for covering the last post on this subject. Please read the scientific literature linked here and spread this article far and wide. The thousands Facebook shares and likes of the original article were taken down from NaturalNewsBlogs by Facebook in the continued effort to keep information such as this from public view.
Reposted from NaturalNews Blogs  written By RaptorMan

Vaccine Animal Cells: Bird, Pig, Cow, Dog, Monkey, Mouse, Worm & Insect DNA Used in Vaccines

vaccine animal cells
Vaccine animal cells are widely used by Big Pharma in the making of their concoctions. Bird, pig, cow, dog, monkey, mouse, worm & insect DNA can all be found in various vaccines.

Vaccine animal cells

are a disturbing but frequently overlooked aspect of the whole vaccination issue. Fortunately, there has been a wide-growing awareness of the many toxic ingredients and adjuvants used in vaccines (see here for a list of the top 10). While people rightly object to substances such as mercury, MSG, aluminum and formaldehyde, how much attention has been placed upon vaccine animal cells? Did you even know that many vaccines use animal DNA to grow and culture the bacterium or virus being vaccinated against? Today’s vaccines have been made from a variety of animal cells, including but not limited to DNA from birds (chicken cells are very common), cows, pigs, dogs, monkeys, worms and other insects. This information alone makes many people shudder. The vaccine packaging label often states that these cells are there only in trace amounts, but they are present nonetheless. What are the implications of this? How many people are having reactions due to taking a vaccine with cells of an animal to which they are already allergic?

Bird Cells

Chickens and their embryos have long been used in the production of vaccines. Thomas Rivers and others at the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (see here for Rockefeller influence on Western medicine and Big Pharma) popularized the method in the 1920s and 1930s. Numerous vaccines use chicken DNA such as the influenza (flu) vaccine, the MMR vaccine, the rabies vaccine and the yellow fever vaccine.
vaccine animal cells pigs

Pig Cells

Next up is pig DNA. Zoster (Shingles – Zostavax) contains “hydrolyzed porcine gelatin”, while the rotavirus (Rotarix and RotaTeq) vaccines contain “porcine circovirus type 1 (PCV-1)”.
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Vaccine animal cells include fetal cow serum (cow blood), harvested from abattoirs like this one pictured above.

Cow Cells

A large number of vaccines (e.g. the adenovirus vaccine, the MMR vaccine, the rotavirus vaccine and the varicella [chickenpox] vaccine) are made from fetal bovine serum, i.e. cow blood. The cow blood serum is used as a substrate or nutrient broth for viruses to grow in cells. Anyone with any feeling at all for animals is going to shudder at how this cow blood is collected. The Humane Research Australia site describes the serum harvesting process like this:
“After slaughter and bleeding of the cow at an abattoir, the mother’s uterus containing the calf fetus is removed during the evisceration process (removal of the mother’s internal organs) and transferred to the blood collection room. A needle is then inserted between the fetus’s ribs directly into its heart and the blood is vacuumed into a sterile collection bag. This process is aimed at minimizing the risk of contamination of the serum with micro-organisms from the fetus and its environment. Only fetuses over the age of three months are used otherwise the heart is considered too small to puncture.
Once collected, the blood is allowed to clot at room temperature and the serum separated through a process known as refrigerated centrifugation.”
This goes to show that concerns about vaccine animal cells don’t have to be limited to concern about your own health or the health of your family, but rather wider issues such as animal welfare. Do you really want to be participating in a manufacturer-consumer chain with end products made like this?

Dog Cells

Hold on, because this list of vaccine animal cells is going to get more gross and disgusting as we progress. Since many people eat eggs, pork, diary and steak, perhaps the thought of injecting yourself with chicken embryos, porcine cells and cow blood isn’t that bad (for some). But what about dog DNA? Where do you draw the line? In late 2012, the FDA approved the seasonal influenza vaccine, Flucelvax, manufactured by Novartis. Flucelvax is mass-produced using the Madin Darby Canine Kidney (MDCK) cell line as a vaccine substrate. MDCK are kidney cells from untested dogs, originally derived from a female cocker spaniel in 1958.
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Vaccine animal cells also include those from the African Green Monkey, pictured here.

Monkey Cells

From dog to monkey … while dog cells in vaccines are a relatively new concoction, monkey cells have been around awhile, at least since the days of the polio vaccine when Sabin and Salk were engaged in a great race to see who could produce a better polio vaccine. From my point of view, they both failed in the end, since many became ill from the polio vaccines (some of which were infected with SV40 or Simian Virus 40, a cancer-causing monkey virus – see the conclusion of this article).
Natural News recently highlighted how the ACAM2000 smallpox vaccine is grown and cultured in African Green Monkey kidney (vero) cells. The vaccine insert label contained the following warning:
Vaccine WARNINGS related to the vaccine using African Green Monkey kidney cells
Not surprisingly, this vaccine is known to cause extremely serious and even deadly side effects at a shockingly high rate. Here’s the WARNING box from the vaccine insert sheet, linked above:
See full prescribing information for complete boxed warning
Myocarditis and pericarditis (suspect cases observed at a rate of 5.7 per 1000 primary vaccinees (95% CI: 1.9-13.3)), encephalitis, encephalomyelitis, encephalopathy, progressive vaccinia, generalized vaccinia, severe vaccinial skin infections, erythema multiforme major (including STEVENS-JOHNSON SYNDROME), eczema vaccinatum resulting in permanent sequelae or death, ocular complications, blindness and fetal death, have occurred following either primary vaccination or revaccination with live vaccinia virus smallpox vaccines. These risks are increased in certain individuals and may result in severe disability, permanent neurological sequelae and/or death [see Warnings and Precautions (5)].”
The aforementioned page on the CDC website states that other vaccines contain African Green Monkey kidney cells, including the polio vaccine (IPOL by Sanofi Pasteur), DTaP-IPV (Kinrix) and DTaP-HepB-IPV (Pediarix).
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Mouse DNA is part of the many types of vaccine animal cells.

Mouse Cells

From primates we now go on to smaller mammals: mice. Vaccine animal cells include rodent cells. Vaccines such as the Japanese encephalitis (JE) vaccine and the rabies vaccine used to contain mouse brain cells. They have been used in many Asian countries. Other vaccines that either include or used to include mouse DNA are the inactivated mouse brain vaccine (IMB), suckling mouse brain vaccine (SMB), JE virus vaccine (Beijing-1) and acute disseminated encephalomyelitis vaccine (ADEM).
vaccine animal cells armyworm
Some vaccine animal cells are those derived from the armyworm, pictured above.

Worm Cells

Flucelvax is a great vaccine to take if you want a full dose of vaccine animal cells. Not only does it contain dog DNA, but also worm DNA! That’s right: the Flucelvax flu shot has worm ovary cells from the armyworm spodoptera frugiperda. The FDA approved the Flublok vaccine in 2013. The worm cells are from an insect cell line called “expresSF+®”. The vaccine package insert for Flublok also states it may contain other viruses like the baculovirus:
“Each 0.5 mL dose of Flublok may also contain residual amounts of baculovirus and host cell proteins (≤ 28.5 mcg), baculovirus and cellular DNA (≤ 10 ng) …”
flublok vaccine insert label

Insect Cells

Finally, to top it all off, we have more insect cell lines being used in vaccines. In 2007, a company known as Protein Sciences Corporation developed a patented influenza vaccine produced from caterpillar eggs:
“A flu vaccine made in insect cells instead of chicken eggs is safe and at least as effective as standard shots, a study reports. Scientists say the experimental vaccine marks an advance toward the development of a faster method of making flu vaccine.

In today’s Journal of the American Medical Association, John Treanor of the University of Rochester, N.Y., tested an experimental vaccine made by using an insect virus, baculovirus, to produce virus proteins in cells taken from caterpillars.”

Conclusion: Is It Really Good for Human Health to Inject Ourselves with Bacteria- and Virus-Containing Animal Cells?

The question of whether it’s truly good for the health for humans to take infected animal cells into their bloodstreams needs to be thoroughly examined. The immune system of the human body is designed to recognize foreign substances as invaders – and kick into gear to defend the human organism against them. Are we helping or harming the body by putting animal cells (foreign DNA particles and fragments) straight into our blood? Yes, many people eat animal flesh and animal products in the form of beef, fish, chicken, dairy products and eggs, but digesting these in our stomach is a very different thing than having them directly injected into our bloodstream. Even the mainstream medical site The History of Vaccines admitted that vaccine animal cells are not ideal:
“… using animals in vaccine development – particularly live animals – is not ideal. Research animals are costly and require extensive monitoring, both to maintain their health and to ensure the continued viability of the research. They may be carrying other bacteria or viruses that could contaminate the eventual vaccine, as with polio vaccines from the mid 20th century that were made with monkey cells and eventually found to contain a monkey virus called SV40, or Simian Virus 40 …”
The article goes on to claim that the monkey virus SV-40 or SV40 (found in polio vaccines) was found to not be harmful to humans. This claim is highly dubious. As I mentioned in the article Cause of Cancer Explained? Widespread Monkey Virus SV-40 From Old Polio Vaccines Could Be One of the Factors, there may well be a connection between SV40 and cancer. The reason is that many viruses can be reactivated through stress, a toxic environment and a lowered immune system. Bernice Eddy was a bacteriologist at the NIH and was told to safety test the Salk polio vaccines in 1955. She discovered faulty batches and found that the vaccine virus wasn’t dead but was still alive and able to breed. When she tried it on her monkeys, they became paralyzed. To her credit, she then tried to delay the release of the vaccine … unsuccessfully. Afterwards, millions of Americans were injected with contaminated polio vaccines.
What do you think? Do you believe that injecting yourself with vaccine animal cells can really lead to good health?
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If you're like me, you probably thought that power outage in New York City, the San Francisco bay area, and Los Angeles, was a little suspicious. As one might imagine, after I blogged about that event, I received a number of emails from people also following the story, some in California, and some in... well, Canada. We'll get back to that in a moment.
Suffice it to say, that after reading more details about that story, my suspicion meter has slipped from the orange zone into the dark red zone. It's not quite into the "point of no return zone" but it has definitely crept closer to it. Here's one reason why, in a story shared by Ms. K.S.:
When I read this, the suspicion meter couldn't help but rise into the lower red zone, for a reason I'm sure you caught, but just in case you didn't, consider this little admission:
Southern California Edison initially reported it was caused by metallic balloons coming in contact with wires. The utility later corrected that statement, saying there was a different outage in Long Beach that was caused by balloons. The agency is still investigating the cause of the outage at the port. (emphasis added)
Metallic balloons coming into contact with power lines? "Oh, but wait, that was a different power outage. We're not really sure why the port of Long Beach went down."
What kind of "metallic balloons" are we talking about here? Those happy birthday shiny things that are filled with helium that one can buy in a store? If so, then we're in trouble, folks, if all it takes to tie up a major port and bring down a power grid is someone having a birthday party. And I probably don't even have to air my high octane speculation here, because you're probably thinking the same thing already, but I'll go ahead and do so anyway: suppose someone deliberately wanted to test the vulnerability of the power grid with a simple system: "metallic balloons" with appropriate "stringers" to short several lines all at once. It's cheap, it's easy, and would be virtually impossible to prevent, unless the Reichsicherheithauptamt ... er... the Department of Homeland Insecurity's Paranoia Bureau wants to put birthday balloons on the favored weapons of terrorists watch list.
But then Mr. K.H. sent this strange article about about Ontario's largest supermarket chain experiencing difficulty in debit and credit card clearing, occurring concurrently with the "power outages" which were caused by "metallic balloons":
Mr. K.H. also indicated that there were difficulties in yest another popular system of clearing and payments operating between Canada and the USA that took much longer to resolve. He raised an important point: there may have been a whole period of time -- perhaps a day -- of suspicious transactions that had to be "reset".
In any case, you know me: I cannot resist the temptation to be suspicious of easy - and quite frankly, amusing - explanations like metallic balloons, or explanations in the case of the Ontario credit and debit card clearing difficulty, that amount to no explanation at all.
The question is, are these things all related? Well, my high octane intuition and speculation tells me they may be. I've blogged before on this site about the strange way the internet seems to be being reconnoitered by "someone" intent on probing its architecture and weaknesses. We've seen the attacks on internet cables in the Bay Area, the Sony hack, Federal Reserve hacks, and so on. Now, it's metallic balloons and hundreds of trucks stranded in Long Beach. Call me crazy, but I suspect therefore that what we're looking at is more of the same pattern. The important question, however, seems to be why, what's the motivation?
And I cannot help but think that there is one thing in this alleged "pattern" that stands out as common elements: digital systems, the power grid, and the complete lack of security of both. It's almost as if "someone" is trying to send the message, "think again before you move to cashlessness, and have computers running everything." It's almost as if someone is trying to draw attention to the vulnerability of the grid.               


This has been a strange time, for sure. Not only getting sick, and feeling so tired I've felt like a dishrag wrung through one of those old fashioned roller machine washing machines, but watching a parade of very weird news stories. This story is no different. It's one of those stories that many people sent me versions of. As one might imagine, the story itself as reported was one of those "nothing to see here, move along" things, which naturally led many people, myself included, to question the narrative (what little narrative there was).
The story itself? Well, it's nothing more than a peculiar power outage in the San Francisco-Bay area, LA-San Diego, and, a continent away, New York City:
Little explanation was forthcoming, leaving the field wide open to speculation.The official narrative remains focused on an inconvenient coincidence.
But there were also the usual explanations: terrorism, sabotage, and so on. I have to admit, that when I read the story, my first though ran to these lines. For one thing, the inclusion of the Bay area brought to mind the attacks on internet servers a couple of years ago, and for that matter, the attack on the silicon valley electrical sub-station, an attack that even by official lights was carried out by professionals. Then, too, there was the attack in Arizona that severed internet connections between Flagstaff and Phoenix.
Such simultaneous power outages might, according to some, be a similar coordinated attack:
But if so, an attack by whom? And for what purpose? Strangely, all this happens within a broad time frame that is unusual in terms of events for other reasons: the attacks on Syria occurred, drills for nuclear attacks are planned in Manhattan, the world's attention is focused on North Korea. Interestingly enough, the Zero Hedge article immediately above also entertains the ideas of cyber attacks, coordinated and directed electromagnetic pulses, and even a deliberate act by the federal government drilling and gaming out such attacks.
Regular readers here know me by now: all these thoughts ran through my head the moment I heard about the story. It's my job: I speculate on things. But this isn't exactly my run-of-the-mill "high octane speculation." If others are already thinking and writing articles about it, it would seem not to be very high octane at all.
But then there was this, and this one really made my high octane speculation wheels go into overdrive:
Now, stop and ponder that sequence for a moment: (1) the story of power outages in the Bay area, LA-San Diego, and NYC is reported; then, soon thereafter (2) various theories are put forward, including cyber-attacks, federal "drills gone live", EMP weapons, and so on, and then (3) a day after the event and quickly after the theories, the idea of solar geo-magnetic storms are advanced, with corresponding data for the affected regions being provided. Interesingly enough, one of the sites - Zero Hedge - which first reported the story and then the cyber attack EMP theories, also quickly reported the solar storm idea.
It's that sequence of reportage and speculations on the story that have me wondering. Leaving aside for the moment the possibility that the whole thing - including the various speculations - are all carefully contrived experiments in story-creation and manipulation (which for those following my CERN-Mandela Effect-Data Correlation Experiments-Multiverse ideas, I don't rule out of the picture), assume for a moment that none of that is involved. What disturbs me is what remains when one strips the story of that speculative possibility. What remains are (1) power outages that appear to be (2) coordinated in distinct areas of the grid, (3) the idea of "attack", and (4) solar storms.
Now that really is high octane speculation. It is beyond high octane. It's cosmologically kooky speculation, for obviously, most people won't think of "solar storms" and the idea of "deliberate attack" in the same conceptual space. It's impossible. It would require the ability to engineer stellar-sized systems. And the only way to do that would be to engineer such affects via magnetic resonance and coupling the Earth's and the Sun's magnetic systems together. While all of that might be within the  realm of feasibility of some Mad Telsa-like scientist in the Mad Scientist Department of DARPA, the whole cluster of articles would also suggest the possibility of "pointing and aiming" the affect, which adds yet another level of impossibility to an already impossible task.
Double impossible. Nay, impossible, squared.
Whew! I feel much better now. I'm relieved.          

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Friday, April 28, 2017

Oh fuck & i just married her Oops what "happens" 2 ya boys WHEN  u wait TILL closing .....time ?  what ya might geet stuck ....wit ? 

MEANWHILE…IN FRANCE…         ~ hehe IS Mr. 
Globaloney geet~in his ass handed 2 em ... seems like ALL over this Planet (& maybe Off as well ?)   emmmmmmm ???
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By now you've probably heard: politics in France has turned a very bizarre corner, for the mainline parties, and their candidates, hardly made an impression. Instead, Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen are headed to a runoff election on May 7th. One poll that I saw had M. Macron winning with 23.9% of the votes, with Mm. Le Pen trailing closely with 21.4% of the votes. Fillon, Melenchon, Hamon came in at 19.9, 19.6, and 6.3% respectively. Here's the way it looks to the U.K.'s The Guardian:
Notably, neither Macron nor Le Pen together get a clear majority, but, interestingly enough, neither do the "mainline" candidates, who fell by the wayside. What this means in effect is that whether or not Macron or Le Pen win, they will have to govern either with each other, or by reaching out to those parties led in the last round of elections by Fillon, Melenchon & Co. And that will make governance difficult.  As all of this has been going on, I've been receiving a steady trickle of emails from members of this website who live in France, who inform me that many of the same tricks we saw applied in the previous US election have also been rolled out in France: pro-Le Pen comments are censored on social media, pro-EU/globaloney articles are pushed, &c. In spite of this, Le Pen has advanced to round two: the mainline candidates did not.
The question is, why?
In doing a little research for this blog, I came across the following article from Global Research News(copy and paste in your browser:
This article is well worth pondering at length, but I want to draw attention to certain statements critical of the traditional right-left divide, and why French politics looks so peculiar now. Consider, first, the critique of the right:
The upshot is that Fillon’s coherent pro-capitalist policy is not exactly what the dominant globalizing elite prefers. The “center left” is their clear political choice since Tony Blair and Bill Clinton revised the agendas of their respective parties. The center left emphasis on human rights (especially in faraway countries targeted for regime change) and ethnic diversity at home fits the long-term globalist aims of erasing national borders, to allow unrestricted free movement of capital. Traditional patriotic conservatism, represented by Fillon, does not altogether correspond to the international adventurism of globalization.
And now the left:
As the traditional left goal of economic equality was abandoned, it was superseded by emphatic allegiance to “human rights”, which is now taught in school as a veritable religion. The vague notion of human rights was somehow associated with the “free movement” of everything and everybody. Indeed the official EU dogma is protection of “free movement”: free movement of goods, people, labor and (last but certainly not least) capital. These “four freedoms” in practice transform the nation from a political society into a financial market, an investment opportunity, run by a bureaucracy of supposed experts. In this way, the European Union has become the vanguard experiment in transforming the world into a single capitalist market.
The French left bought heavily into this ideal, partly because it deceptively echoed the old leftist ideal of “internationalism” (whereas capital has always been incomparably more “international” than workers), and partly due to the simplistic idea that “nationalism” is the sole cause of wars. More fundamental and complex causes of war are ignored.
For a long time, the left has complained about job loss, declining living standards, delocalization or closure of profitable industries, without recognizing that these unpopular results are caused by EU requirements. EU directives and regulations increasingly undermine the French model of redistribution through public services, and are now threatening to wipe them out altogether – either because “the government is bankrupt” or because of EU competition rules prohibit countries from taking measures to preserve their key industries or their agriculture.
Add to this the following:
Meanwhile, it has become more and more obvious that EU monetarist policy based on the common currency, the euro, creates neither growth nor jobs as promised but destroys both. Unable to control its own currency, obliged to borrow from private banks, and to pay them interest, France is more and more in debt, its industry is disappearing and its farmers are committing suicide, on the average of one every other day. The left has ended up in an impossible position: unswervingly loyal to the EU while calling for policies that are impossible under EU rules governing competition, free movement, deregulation, budgetary restraints, and countless other regulations produced by an opaque bureaucracy and ratified by a virtually powerless European Parliament, all under the influence of an army of lobbyists.
Benoit Hamon remains firmly stuck on the horns of the left’s fatal dilemma: determination to be “socialist”, or rather, social democratic, and passionate loyalty to “Europe”. While insisting on social policies that cannot possibly be carried out with the euro as currency and according to EU rules, Hamon still proclaims loyalty to “Europe”. He parrots the EU’s made-in-Washington foreign policy, demanding that “Assad must go” and ranting against Putin and Russia.
And finally, this comment about Melenchon and Le Pen:
A most remarkable feature of this campaign is great similarity between the two candidates said to represent “the far left”, Mélenchon, and “the far right”, Marine Le Pen. Both speak of leaving the euro. Both vow to negotiate with the EU to get better treaty terms for France. Both advocate social policies to benefit workers and low income people. Both want to normalize relations with Russia. Both want to leave NATO, or at least its military command. Both defend national sovereignty, and can thus be described as “sovereignists”.
The only big difference between them is on immigration, an issue that arouses so much emotion that it is hard to discuss sensibly. Those who oppose immigration are accused of “fascism”, those who favor immigration are accused of wanting to destroy the nation’s identity by flooding it with inassimilable foreigners.
So where's my daily dose of speculation? A few months ago I predicted that even if Marine Le Pen does not win this bid for the French Presidency, the issues driving her and her party simply will not go away, especially if Mr. Globaloney continues to pursue the same policies with the same playbook, and to ignore the real issue.That issue, I suspect, is much deeper than even Global Research understands, for the phenomenon is not political, it is cultural and civilizational, and it is, perhaps, not surprising at all that it should be France, and Britain (with the Brexit vote) where we see, if not the strongest opposition to Mr. Globaloney, then at least the most articulate and vocal, for those two nations are, to put it succinctly, the two oldest nation-states in the western world. They represent, so to speak, the core countries of modern western culture: Britain spread Anglo-Saxon jurisprudence and associated cultural institutions throughout the world via the British Empire. In doing so, it also put an end to many practices we would now consider barbaric. And yes, I realize in stating that I have taken a very unpopular view. (If you want to hear the politically correct view, attend an American university.) France, similarly, spread French law and jurisprudence and institutions throughout Europe during the Napoleonic era, which gave rise to the national aspirations of Italy and Germany and helped pave the way for their national unifications in the 19th century.
Why is this distinction between politics and culture important? It's very simple: if what is driving the Trump train, or the Brexit vote, or, now, the upheavals in French politics, is cultural and not political, then the phenomenon is not going to go away very quickly, nor very quietly, no matter what the politicians do or do not do.
The first politician in the West that truly understands this, and can articulate the cultural vision and aspect of the problem, wins.  Why? Because Mr. Globaloney has no real innate sense of culture. He has to buy it, but does not understand it, nor view himself as belonging to any cultural tradition(except a modern one no older than a century or century and a half). He endows modernist ugliness and promotes it at every turn (think David Rockefailure here, folks, and his "taste" in modern "art"); and people are turning from ugliness.
As for France, this will, indeed, be an election to watch, and I confess some personal emotional involvement; my paternal grandmother was French; I have my great-grandfather's (her father's) French prayer book; French composers - Saint-Saens, Rameau, Couperin, and so on - and musicians have enriched my personal life; when I studied organ, I played an edition of J.S. Bach's organ music edited and prepared by the grand master of French organists (Charles-Marie Widor), and so on. So I watch what goes on there with great personal feeling, because I do not want France to become something one can only read about in history books, another victim of Mr. Globaloney's hatred of and war on all things of beauty belonging to western culture and tradition.                    

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Mysterious Last Text Messages from the Vanished

~ hehe "where" R all the "missing" people go~in ...folks ?

Mysterious vanishings are nothing new. Throughout history there have been those individuals who have just seemed to step off the face of the earth to never be heard from again. What is new is the technology we now possess that ensures that in some cases those who have disappeared have been able to reach out to instantly make contact with the outside world either right before or even during their unexplained vanishings. Unfortunately, these last messages from the vanished rarely offer clues as to just exactly what has happened, but they nevertheless serve as creepy, even macabre glimpses into unexplained disappearances that may never be solved.
It is not uncommon for last texts from the vanished to pose more questions than answers. Take the spooky story of Toni Anderson, a 20-year-old student at the University of Missouri, who vanished in January of 2017. At around 4:30 a.m. on Sunday, January 15, 2017, Toni was last seen leaving her waitress job at an adult entertainment bar called Chrome, when she was witnessed getting into her 2014 black Ford Focus on her way to go meet up with some friends across town. At some point along the way, at 4:42 a.m., she was apparently pulled over by North Kansas City police, and she sent a text to her friend Roxanne Townsend, reading:
OMG, just got pulled over again.
It would be the last time anyone ever heard from her, and she would not make her appointment with her friends. It soon came to light that an officer did indeed make a routine stop for Toni that night for an illegal lane change, and that he had let her off with a warning. The officer in question claimed that the young woman had said that she was on her way to a gas station to fill up her tank and that she was very low on fuel, but it is unclear what happened to her after that. The cryptic last text does hold some clues in the word “again,” suggesting that she was perhaps pulled over another time before or after the lane change offense, yet there has been no knowledge by authorities of who this second officer could have been, no officers who recall this, and no official record of the incident.

Toni Anderson
This could mean that the officer simply didn’t report it and forgot, that he was in on it, or it could mean nothing at all, since Toni was reportedly pulled over all of the time. Then again it could also mean that it wasn’t even a real police officer at all. Toni’s friend Roxy would say, “There have been many reports of cars in Kansas City impersonating police with lights or sirens so now I’m not sure about what “again” means.” Indeed, the word “again” has remained a sticking point in the case, and Toni’s mother has also lamented, “I don’t understand why she would write ‘I’m getting pulled over again’ in the same night. It just keeps resonating in my brain ‘again,’ ‘again’ … that’s just odd to me.” If it was someone impersonating an officer, then there is some evidence for it, as shortly after the disappearance there were reports of someone doing just that in the area, with one Facebook poster talking about seeing a menacing fake policeman driving around the area, writing:
I called 911 as he scared me half to death and almost caused several accidents. Who knows what would have happened had this person gotten someone to pull over and stop. When in doubt … call 911 for verification that the vehicle is a police officer. This person clearly was not.
Indeed, it has become quite a baffling mystery, with authorities unsure of whether the mysterious “again” refers to the original stop at 4:42 a.m. or a subsequent one, and no further contact from Toni after that. No one saw her since and even her car remained missing. The only other possible clue at all is that her phone apparently received an incoming call at 4:53 a.m., but this does little to shed light on the mystery, and it is not certain who the call came from. It was hoped that a device in Toni’s car that sent out pings every 10 minutes would help them to locate her, but these pings apparently mysteriously stopped right about the time she would have reached the gas station.

Police have said that there is no outward sign of foul play, and that Toni may have just skipped town, but considering she had no personal problems, no history of running away, no known enemies, and had been looking forward to starting new classes, her family is not convinced that she would just leave and disappear on her own. For now the vanishing of Toni Anderson and the meaning of her mysterious last text message has remained an enigma, with her mother saying of the ongoing strange case, “It just doesn’t make sense to me. I have no clue [where she is] — it’s just bizarre.” (In an update to these events, a body pulled from the Missouri river in March of 2017 has turned out to be that of Toni. It is still unknown just what exactly happened to her.)
An equally cryptic and puzzling text was received by the mother of one of two 14-year-old boys who went missing on a fishing trip off the Florida coast in 2015. The boy, Perry Cohen, was with his friend Austin Stephanos aboard a 19-foot Seacraft on July 24, 2015, for the purpose of doing some fishing in the Jupiter Inlet in Palm Beach County, Florida. Although they had no adult supervision, the two boys were reportedly quite experienced with using the boat and had been out many times fishing on it before, they were even said to be able to repair it if need be, and both were strong swimmers, so there was no reason at the time to suspect anything would go wrong. On the morning of the trip, Cohen texted his mother and told her:
Mom, it’s Perry. My iPad is dead… I’ll text you in a little. Love you.
The mother replied almost immediately, saying, “OK. I wanted you to sleep home tonight, I miss you. We leave Sunday morning for New York. What about your work? (homework),” to which the boy responded “But I was going to sleep at…” without finishing the message. Stephanos would also send a text to his father later in the day, at one point earlier, saying:
What’s Up? I’m checking in. I’m just out here fishing.

Perry Cohen (left) and Austin Stephanos (right)
Neither Perry nor Stephanos have ever been seen again. Two days later, the boys’ boat was found adrift off the Florida coast by the Coast Guard, but it drifted away and could not be retrieved. A massive search and rescue operation was launched by the Coast Guard and volunteers shortly after, but after 2 weeks of scouring 25,000 square miles of the area no sign of the boat or the boys could be found and the operation was called off. It would not be until 9 months later, when a Norwegian ship spotted the capsized remains of the boat about 100 miles off the coast of Bermuda, that any headway would be gained on the case. When the submerged boat was searched there were found no signs of the two missing boys, but one potential clue was found in the recovery of Stephanos’ iPhone, even though it was seriously water-damaged and not in working order. Oddly, the life jackets on board were still there where they should be. Cohen’s own device could not be located.
The recovery of the iPhone caused its fair share of drama. The father of Stephanos initially was reluctant to allow the phone to be examined by authorities, but relented after the Cohens, knowing that it likely provided valuable data for solving the case such as the boat’s location or any final messages or pictures from the boys, filed a lawsuit. IT experts and people from Apple worked on trying to pry information from the phone, but unfortunately, the phone was hopelessly damaged and its cloud backup had not been enabled, meaning that there may be nothing left to investigate in the waterlogged device.
There are a lot of things that remain unexplained on this strange case. First is the question of what happened to them to begin with. The day had been calm and sunny, so how had they been capsized in the first place? Where had the two boys gone without life-saving equipment and what happened to them? Also, what is the significance of that last text message to Cohen’s mother? Was this last message sent before or after they had set sail? Was this just the iPad running out of batteries as stated or something more sinister? If something had happened, then why was there no communication from Stephanos’ phone? We will probably never know the answers to any of these.

Other last text messages are even more inscrutable. On October 19, 2015, 22-year-old Melanie Wilson went missing after being last seen near her home in Sutton-in-Ashfield, Notts, in the Ashfield district of Nottinghamshire, England. On this day, at around 11:20 p.m., she sent her father, David Wilson, a text saying simply, “I love you,” a mere 20 minutes before she was last spotted. David sent back a reply reading, “I love you too darling,” but there was never any further response, and the young woman has not been seen or heard from since. A search was carried out with dozens of law enforcement personnel and volunteers, and leaflets were widely circulated all over the country, but so far no information has come forward as to what happened to her. Her whereabouts remain unknown.
There is also the case of the missing Illinois teen Delia Ann Stacey, who vanished on December 28, 2015. The 18-year-old girl was last seen leaving her home in Herrins, in Southern Illinois, on her way to meet a friend at 11 a.m., and her last text message is as blunt and as scary as they come, reading simply “Help.” She has not been heard from since and further attempts to contact her have remained fruitless. Considering the chillingly blunt nature of her final message, it is almost impossible to tell what could have happened to her, and it remains merely a haunting last word from someone who has disappeared without a trace.
One very weird case in recent days is the disappearance of 23-year-old Corrie McKeague, who was an RAF gunner and team medic, based at RAF Honington, in Suffolk. A good-looking, gregarious playboy who was well known for his partying ways, he was last seen on September 24, 2016 after a night out with his friends at the Flex nightclub, on St Andrews Street South in the Bury St Edmunds town centre. At some point he became separated from his companions, who said he had been extremely drunk, and at 3:08 a.m. McKeague sent a text message to his girlfriend simply showing a picture taken from a previous night out. This would be the last contact anyone would receive from him. Investigation into the case would turn up a fair amount of oddities pertaining to both the vanishing and that last text message.

Corrie McKeague
One of the strangest things about the text message is that while it was apparently sent at 3:08 a.m., recovered footage from CCTV cameras in the vicinity show him at that time near the club, but he is not on his phone. Furthermore, the last known trace of the phone showed it heading from Bury to the Barton Mills area, near Mildenhall and Newmarket, at the speed of a moving vehicle, but when authorities arrived at the area no trace of the phone could be found anywhere. Due to these mysterious clues, it is not clear whether he was actually aboard the moving vehicle, nor whether he had actually somehow sent the final text or whether the phone had simply been stolen.
What is known is that Corrie’s last known whereabouts were captured on a CCTV camera at 3:25a.m. that morning, which shows him in a light pink Ralph Lauren shirt, white jeans and brown suede Timberland boots with light soles walking from a shop into a horseshoe-shaped area in Brentgovel Street. He would never be seen again. This is particularly odd since this particular street is a “horseshoe” shape, with no side streets to wander off on, yet he is not seen to emerge, despite the presence of numerous CCTV cameras installed in the area, around 61 operated by police and dozens more by private businesses, and furthermore the four vehicles that were seen in the footage were checked out and cleared. This has baffled authorities working on the case, as they claim that there is practically no way a grown man could have walked more than a few feet from where he was last seen without being caught on camera, especially in his inebriated state, yet he is never seen again in any footage leaving that horseshoe street and there is no other way out, as if he just vanished into thin air. Police would say of this:
We can’t be 100 per cent sure, but we’ve analyzed everything, from whether a person could squeeze along a wall undetected, to whether they could run down a particular street when the camera was rotated in a certain direction. There are some gaps in coverage, but they are tiny. There’s no more than a 1 or 2 per cent chance that he walked away, even if he was trying not to be seen.

Corrie McKeague on CCTV
Exhaustive searches were conducted on the area utilizing tracking dogs, but nothing was turned up, making the disappearance one of the most baffling the country has ever seen. In the wake of the investigation some more clues were uncovered about the missing airman that are at the very least colorful, and may possibly provide clues to what happened to him. Corrie was found to have had an open relationship with girlfriend April Oliver, who was later found to be pregnant with his child. He also appears to have frequently visited dating, sex, and swingers websites, and to have had a casual sex-charged, party lifestyle, with his various profile pages listing an array of kinky interests, such as adult parties, blindfolds, cuckolding, making videos, role play, SM, spanking, and threesomes. This reckless, fast lifestyle is seen as having possible pertinence to Corrie’s disappearance, and his own mother, Nicola Urquhart, has said:
He was not so much a social butterfly, more a social hand grenade who absolutely lives for the moment. He makes choices others might not. Would he go to a stranger’s house that he’s met on a dating site? Yes. Would he get into a stranger’s car? Yes. He would put himself at risk because he believed he could handle himself.
Although several women who allegedly met up with Corrie in the days leading up to his vanishing were questioned by police, none of them were found to be at all suspicious. Did this wild lifestyle have anything to do with Corrie McKeague’s disappearance? Did he get in over his head and have a meeting with someone who turned out to be less than trustworthy? If so, how did he manage to go down that dead end street and never come out? Why was his last text message sent when he was clearly not sending it at that time and what did its contents actually mean, if anything? Where did his phone, which was tracked by police to its last known location, go? As of yet, nobody knows the answers to any of these, despite ongoing efforts by police to search every inch of the area and rural surroundings, including trash bins and landfills, and a team of private investigators hired by Corrie’s family, as well as large rewards offered for any information.

The Flex nightclub, where Corrie McKeague was last seen by friends
Many ideas have been proposed to try to explain this puzzling case. It was at first thought that he may have fallen asleep in the back of a garbage truck seen to be leaving in the CCTV footage of the street, but the weight sensor information of the truck was inconsistent with the weight of a full grown human male and the dump itself turned up no sign of Corrie. The owners of the other three vehicles seen in the footage were found and intensively questioned as well, and were not found to be suspects. Another theory is that he may have been kidnapped by robbers or terrorists since he is an RAF airman, but there is no evidence at all to support this and no terrorist organization has ever come forward to claim responsibility, as they typically do. Another idea is that he simply went AWOL, but friends say he enjoyed his work at the RAF and had never expressed such a desire. Of course, considering his hedonistic lifestyle there is the possibility that he was targeted by a jealous lover or lured into a dangerous situation via “honey trap,” but again there is no evidence of this and it still does not explain just where he went when he entered that street. The ultimate fate of Corrie McKeague and the meaning of his final text message remain unknown.
Some other final texts are hard to classify, and one exchange between two brothers reported by a reddit user named chris2485 is certainly creepy to say the least. In 2014, the user claims that he had been napping when his brother sent a sudden text asking where he was. When he replied that he was at home in his living room, the response was, “Nice try asshole, I’m in the living room. seriously, get home whenever you can, something is weird.” This was a very strange reponse to get, as he actually was sitting there in his living room as he had said but his brother was not there. The user went along with it and asked what exactly was weird, to which his brother responded, “it’s quiet, like freaky quiet. And where is Jasper?,” with Jasper being their pet dog, who happened to be peacefully fast asleep in the corner.

Things would only get stranger as the exchange continued. When the user asked where his brother was, the brother replied that he was sitting right there in the recliner in the living room, which he most certainly was not. The reddit user responded, “just stop already, I’m on the couch looking at the chair. where are you really? You at Emily’s?,” and got a reply that said the brother had left Emily’s place an hour before and that there had been a fierce rainstorm, which was odd considering the day had been clear and sunny. When told that the weather was just fine, the brother responded by saying that it was indeed raining, saying, “Its like Noah’s Ark shit out there man. How you not seeing it?” The reddit user decided that his brother was simply playing a prank on him, and turned his phone off for around 30 minutes. When he turned it back on it had a string of messages on it reading:
What the hell, my phone won’t charge
I’ve tried every outlet in the house
nothing will turn on, did the power go out?
what the hell is that noise? It’s like grinding metal?
hey, seriously, come home, I’m freaking the fuck out.
the rain will not stop, I can barely see outside
I keep getting a dial tone every time I call you
fuck my battery is down to 5% and it won’t take a charge. The house phone is down too.
please come home. Seriously!
that noise is getting louder, please tell me you are doing it!
I texted mom and dad. They aren’t answering me. They must be at the movies still.
okay, you win, I’m terrified. You win, you win, you win. Now get home please!!!!!!
According to the one who reported this exchange, this would be the last he ever heard from his brother. The girl Emily, who had been the missing man’s girlfriend, claimed that he had been totally normal that day with nothing amiss. The witness claims that a security camera spotted the missing man’s car at a gas station a few miles from the house, but that was the last time it was ever seen. Allegedly, neither the missing man or the car were ever seen or heard from again. Is this just a spooky Internet story or is there anything more to it? Indeed, just what is going on with this exchange? It is hard to know what to make of this one.
We may never know what happened to these people. They join the ranks of the countless others who have mysteriously vanished from the face of the earth. Yet in these cases we have those last, frustrating clues in the form of their final communications before stepping into oblivion. Do these texts have any meanings or pertinence to these cases, or are they merely more clues that lead nowhere? Whatever the case may be, they remain eerie and decidedly chilling last contacts from the vanished, their last reach forth into this world before fading into the world of the weird.