Has no one never wondered – other than the loyal readers of Newsspellcom.org – how it is every time the mainstream media broadcasts coverage of yet another simulated mass casualty event, they are the first to speak to witnesses before law enforcement investigators have had adequate opportunity to gather official statements?
Has this state of affairs never stuck one as highly irregular?
It should – given the conditioned perceptions of Federal legal jurisdiction among the masses.
Has no one never wondered why this should be so?
The key to surmising the answer lies within the legal terms and conditions the US corporation is currently operating under – under a state of war emergency that has been in place via presidential executive order (Executive Order 9066) since the era of the second world conflict of the last century and has never been rescinded. This is tied in with the passage and subsequent ratification of the 14th amendment, and the repeal of the Smith-Mundt act.
Though this may not seem the most sensuously gratifying approach loyal readers had no doubt hoped to have encountered with this installment, one shall attempt to further explain the legal foundation for the ongoing performance and utilization of such psychological operations as took place in Santa Fe, Texas on the 19th of May.
One must remember, the ruling Jesuit families plan well ahead to ensure their assiduously formulated social and political agendas come to ultimate fruition.
And the Santa Fe operation was merely another masonic brick used to complete construction of their pyramidal capstone.
However, for those who visit regularly to find out the identities of those starring in these theatrically executed psychological operations, one should not turn away just yet.
For, one has discovered that indeed, there were a pair of Hollywood character actors portraying prominent roles in the Santa Fe crisis simulation event – one who in fact starred with Eddie Murphy in the 1980’s classic comedy/drama Beverly Hills Cop.
Stay tuned, folks. Continue reading “Mainstream media paints Texas “yellow rose” red”