Friday, October 2, 2015


Earlier this morning I did another interview about Chameleo and related topics (including the recent Oregon shootings), this one on Fight for Our Freedom Radio.  The interview is over two hours long and contains some scintillating, brand new information.  I'd like to thank the host, Badbaby, for her excellent questions.  

By the way, you know you’re in for a good interview when the host is named “Badbaby,” no doubt about it.  

Click HERE to listen to the interview.

Thursday, October 1, 2015

The Skylight Books Podcast

If you were unable to attend the Chameleo event at Skylight Books back on September 10th, YOU’RE IN LUCK.  You can now hear it in its entirety on Skylight’s most recent podcast!  Yes, my friends, you too can now THRILL to the mellifluous sounds of a cranky hippie storming out of the bookstore after hearing me utter something shockingly obvious and inoffensive.  Click HERE to avail yourself of this most illuminating experience!  Whoopee!

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

9/11, San Diego & the NSA Tricksters

Here are some extremely eye-opening excerpts from Bill Blunden's 7-30-15 Counterpunch article entitled "The NSA's 9/11 Cover-Up:  General Hayden Told a Lie, and It's a Whopper":

"Magicians wield secrecy on the theater stage in the service of illusions. Spies likewise wield illusion on the world stage in the service of secrecy. So it is with the events behind the attacks of 9/11 where those who question the official story are derided as conspiracy theorists. Thanks to the investigative digging of reporter James Bamford, with the assistance of NSA whistleblowers like Thomas Drake and Kirk Wiebe, the 9/11 crowd can now point to a conspiracy fact: an incredible cover-up that goes all the way to the top of the American intelligence community.
"In a recent piece published by Foreign Policy Bamford examines a phone call to a clandestine operations center run by Osama bin Laden in Yemen during March of 2000. The phone call was dialed by one of the 9/11 hijackers, Khalid al-Mihdhar, from his apartment in San Diego. In fact, there were a number of such phone calls made by 9/11 hijackers living in San Diego. Why didn’t our security services immediately launch investigations?
"According to then Director of the NSA, Michael Hayden, the NSA was unable to determine the geographic origin of these calls despite the fact that the phone line in Yemen (967-1-200-578) was under intense scrutiny by NSA. The Yemen number was tracked using a form of surveillance known as 'cast-iron' coverage where dedicated resources were allocated to continuously monitor the line 24/7.
"Years later, in 2014, Hayden claimed that technical difficulties prevented exact geolocation. By the way, this is the same justification that he relied on post-9/11 to help institute the bulk collection program for phone metadata. Hayden told interviewers from Frontline:
'Two guys, Nawaf al-Hazmi and Khalid al-Mihdhar, living in San Diego… come to the United States, call home, call Yemen, call a safe house in Yemen seven times. We intercepted every one of the calls, right?
'Nothing in the physics of the intercept, nothing in the content of the call told us they were in San Diego. If we’d have had the metadata program, OK, if we’d have had that basket of stuff and that phone number of that safe house in Yemen, which we knew, and we would have walked up to that metadata and said, "Hey, any of you guys talked to this number in Yemen?," those numbers in San Diego would have popped up.'
"James Bamford, himself a former NSA whistleblower, digs into Hayden’s assertions. Leveraging the technical expertise of former NSA insiders he unearths an unsettling find. The narrative spun by Hayden is 'an absolute lie.' The NSA knew damn well that these calls were coming from San Diego [...].
"Precluding ineptitude leaves us with a more disturbing scenario. That the calls from San Diego were intentionally ignored. In other words, certain people didn’t want them investigated. Thus raising even more disturbing questions. And from this point we must reluctantly travel down the rabbit hole. An entrance to a wilderness of mirrors, a place defined by secrecy and illusion traveled heavily by the tricksters of the American Deep State."
To read Blunden's article in its entirety, click HERE.

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Laser-Induced Plasma Effect

What follows is a brief excerpt from Patrick Tucker's 7-28-15 Defense One article entitled "The Military Will Test a New Terrifyingly Loud Noise Gun":

The Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program is developing lasers that create a screaming ball of plasma on their target.
Imagine walking through a field on a cloudless day when you suddenly hear the 130-decibel roar of a fighter jet. But you can’t spot the jet, or even tell which direction the sound is coming from. Rather, it seems to originate from the thin air in front of your face, like a shout from an angry, Old-Testament God. No, you aren’t hallucinating. And you aren’t Moses. You’re experiencing a new type of military weapon intended not to kill but to startle an enemy into retreat. It’s called the Laser-Induced Plasma Effect, or LIPE, a weapon that the U.S. military hopes to begin testing in coming months.

LIPE is the brainchild of the Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program, a group tasked with inventing better options for crowd control and checkpoint security. The noise comes from a unique manipulation of matter and energy to produce loud sounds at specific target locations, sort of like an incredibly precise missile of noise. Here’s how it works [...].

To read the rest of Tucker's article, click HERE.

Monday, September 28, 2015


In case you missed my interview on Coast to Coast AM with George Knapp this past Sunday night (9-20-15), you can hear the entire show on George Knapp’s YouTube Channel by clicking right HERE.

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Mass Panics

The esoteric meaning of certain news articles only become clear when juxtaposed with seemingly unrelated current events.  Perhaps that's the case here....

What follows is an excerpt from Josie Le Blond's 9-10-15 Guardian article entitled "Mystery Surrounds Hallucinatory Chaos at German Homeopathy Conference":

"Police investigating a mass intoxication of a homeopathy conference in Germany with psychedelic drugs have said they still do not know nearly a week later whether it was an accident or an experiment gone wrong.
"Emergency services called to the meeting in Handeloh, south of Hamburg, last Friday afternoon found a group of 29 alternative healers hallucinating, staggering around, groaning and rolling on the grass.
"Police spokesman Lars Nicklesen said on Thursday that investigators believe a psychedelic drug was to blame but remain unsure of how or why it was taken. The delegates are now all out out of physical danger, he said, but there may yet be legal consequences for the healers in the course of the ongoing criminal investigation.
"'We’re now questioning the delegates and awaiting the results of blood and urine tests,' he said. 'We still don’t know if they took the drugs on purpose. The question is whether they want to talk about it; they have the right to remain silent.'
"Nicklesen added that police suspect the group took 2C-E, known in Germany as Aquarust, a drug which heightens perceptions of colours and sounds and in higher doses triggers hallucinations, psychosis and severe cramps.
"Germany’s health ministry banned the drug last year due to its highly addictive nature and unknown side effects.
"The homeopaths’ meeting - billed as a 'further education seminar' - was suspended shortly after it started when delegates began experiencing psychotic hallucinations, cramps, racing heartbeats and shortage of breath. One of them alerted the emergency services.
"Alarmed by the sight of so many grown men and women rolling around on the floor, the first fire crews on the scene called for backup, triggering a major incident response. A total of 160 police, fire crews, and ambulance staff and a helicopter were involved in the four hour operation to treat the group."
To read Le Blond's entire article, click HERE.

Now here's a brief except from Ben Hubbard's front page 9-25-15 New York Times article entitled "Unexplained Panic Leaves Hundreds Dead in Meca Pilgrimage" (please note that the version on the web, curiously, omits the word "Unexplained" from its title):

"BEIRUT, Lebanon — In streaming ribbons of white, great masses of Muslim pilgrims made their way between cities of air­ conditioned tents toward the next stop on their holy tour of Mecca in Saudi Arabia.

"Then something went disastrously wrong, trapping the crowds in narrow streets and touching off a mass panic and crushing stampede that left the asphalt covered with lost sandals, crumpled wheelchairs and piles of white ­robed bodies.

"It was the deadliest accident during the hajj pilgrimage in a quarter ­century, with at least 717 pilgrims from around the world killed and more than 850 injured."

To read Hubbard's entire article, click HERE.

Predictive Policing

A brief excerpt from John Eligon and Timothy Williams' front page 9-25-15 New York Times article entitled "On Police Radar for Crimes They Might Commit" (the web version of which, significantly, bears a far more innocuous title:  "Police Program Aims to Pinpoint Those Most Likely to Commit Crimes"):

"KANSAS CITY, Mo. — At the request of his probation officer, Tyrone C. Brown came to a community auditorium here in June and sat alongside about 30 other mostly young black men with criminal records — men who were being watched closely by the police, just as he was.

"He expected to hear an admonition from law enforcement officials to help end violence in the community. But Mr. Brown, 29, got more than he had bargained for. A police captain presented a slide show featuring mug shots of people they were cracking down on. Up popped a picture of Mr. Brown linking him to a criminal group that had been implicated in a homicide.

"'I was disturbed,' said Mr. Brown, who acknowledges having been involved in crime but denied that he had ever been involved in a killing.

"That discomfort was just the reaction the authorities were after.

"Mr. Brown, whose criminal record includes drug and assault charges, is at the center of an experiment taking place in dozens of police departments across the country, one in which the authorities have turned to complex computer algorithms to try to pinpoint the people most likely to be involved in future violent crimes — as either predator or prey. The goal is to do all they can to prevent the crime from happening.

"The strategy, known as predictive policing, combines elements of traditional policing, like increased attention to crime 'hot spots' and close monitoring of recent parolees. But it often also uses other data, including information about friendships, social media activity and drug use, to identify 'hot people' and aid the authorities in forecasting crime.

"The program here has been named the Kansas City No Violence Alliance, or KC NoVA. And the message on that June night to Mr. Brown and the others was simple: The next time they, or anyone in their crews, commit a violent act, the police will come after everyone in the group for whatever offense they can make stick, no matter how petty."

To read the entirety of Eligon and Williams' article, click HERE.