The following article was first published by my mentor William Garner in 2009. I have been gifted all his research and papers to continue his work on how the Jesuits operate throughout America and the world.
Please read this article and download the free pdf file Conspiracy Theories by Cass Sunstein to learn about how our own government slowly and meticulously ensnares good researchers who question the powers that be.
Let us begin:
Several years ago, I was approached by the man (Ted Anderson) who funds Alex Jones’s radio show. He runs some Christian communications company. At first, he sounded credible, inviting me to have my own radio show that would reach a national audience.
Then he dropped a bomb: “You can’t talk about the Jesuits.”
That was the last time I communicated with him.
Recently, I was invited to be on Alex Jones’s radio show by one of his producers, Mr. Darrin McBreen, who had followed my old blog in 2009-2010 when he was working at a newspaper in Abilene, Texas, and was a staunch supporter of my articles on who ran the world and how. During our final conversation, Mr. McBreen told me, “You can’t talk about them . . . the Jesuits.”
That was the last time I communicated with him.
BigMedia = Mainstream Media = MSM = Disinformation Media. Same group of people who are wholly owned and controlled by the Jesuits.
Yes, I can name the real culprit here, because I answer to no one and can afford to put my reputation, not to mention my life, on the line and do so every day: the Jesuits are the human entity that controls our beautiful world.
BigMedia do not mention the Jesuits when they report on terrorism. They do not speak about the Jesuits when announcing to We The People who was behind the latest terrorist attack. When BigMedia talks about those responsible, they state, falsely, that it’s greedy bankers . . . rogue dictators . . . lone gunmen . . . et cetera. . . .
I find these facts curiously out of line, and it makes me wonder how an absolute insignificant nobody like me can study an organization for decades, come up with highly plausible hypotheses about their behaviors and actions, analyze these behaviors and actions, make sense of them, report on them . . . and BigMedia ignores my findings 100%.
And I’m no amateur researcher, either. Did science for 15 years in biophysics. My specialty was finding patterns where other scientists said there were none.
Curiouser and curiouser, I stepped further down the rabbit hole and, years ago, discovered that the Jesuits had actually controlled BigMedia for more than 140 years. In fact, it was they who established BigMedia, after directing the House of Rothschild to buy up and consolidate all important and influential media outlets around the world. Those small media companies that failed to cooperate were silenced forever.
Do a simple research project sometime: look at how many independent newspapers, magazines, broadsheets, etc. were in existence in the 1800s.
Then examine how many were in existence in the early 1900s.
Curiously, too, nearly all books critical about the Jesuits and their machinations were suppressed during the 1880s, as well.
Is this just a coincidence?
Who else has had the power to effect such a purge and suppression of important information?
Who has had the power to restrict the flow of information so completely and efficiently?
What is the true identity of the real terrorists?
The Society of Jesus . . . the Jesuits.
We’ve seen recently that the Jesuits’ minions in the US government are cracking down on those who write critically of the Obama Administration. Mr. Douglas Hagmann’s website, HomelandSecurityUS.com, was ordered removed from GoDaddy’s servers. When Mr. Hagmann investigated who was behind the complaint to GoDaddy, he found that it was possibly an organization aligned with Obama’s Re-Election Campaign. He didn’t prove it, and was careful to state so, but the circumstantial evidence was compelling.
Obama’s former head of the White House’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Dr. Cass Sunstein, wrote a paper, Conspiracy Theories, in which he recommended that conspiracy theorists be silenced, especially those who directly opposed the US government. Here’s the abstract:
“Many millions of people hold conspiracy theories; they believe that powerful people have worked together in order to withhold the truth about some important practice or some terrible event. A recent example is the belief, widespread in some parts of the world, that the attacks of 9/11 were carried out not by Al Qaeda, but by Israel or the United States. Those who subscribe to conspiracy theories may create serious risks, including risks of violence, and the existence of such theories raises significant challenges for policy and law. The first challenge is to understand the mechanisms by which conspiracy theories prosper; the second challenge is to understand how such theories might be undermined. Such theories typically spread as a result of identifiable cognitive blunders, operating in conjunction with informational and repetitional influences. A distinctive feature of conspiracy theories is their self-sealing quality. Conspiracy theorists are not likely to be persuaded by an attempt to dispel their theories; they may even characterize that very attempt as further proof of the conspiracy. Because those who hold conspiracy theories typically suffer from a “crippled epistemology,” in accordance with which it is rational to hold such theories, the best response consists in cognitive infiltration of extremist groups. Various policy dilemmas, such as the question whether it is better for government to rebut conspiracy theories or to ignore them, are explored in this light.”
I find the title of the paper silly.
After all, no good scientist would ever elevate his hypothesis to the level of a theory without careful thought and experimentation and analysis.
I feel the label “conspiracy theorist” makes the threat to Jesuits more credible and elevates it to a very high and visible level, because it says that this “conspiracy guy” has some very credible and substantial evidence, and we should silence him. If the guy were just stating some hypothesis, no one would notice, let alone react to him or it.
But when someone comes along and states they have credible theories about something, that raises eyebrows and hackles in Jesuit organizations.
Or so guys like Dr. Sunstein would like us to believe.
I am a hypothesist who researches, studies and analyzes the history and machinations of the Jesuits, and reports the results of those findings in an accurate and responsible manner.