RFK Tried to Forrestal General Edwin A. Walker

Being Forrestalled is the suiciding of an out-spoken insider from within the ranks of higher political positions, especially when the critic skirts the Jewish hegemony within US Government (as in identifying Communists) or simply having an anti-Zionist stance.


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Major General Edwin A. Walker

A more recent incident, which to a considerable extent parallels Mr. Seelig’s experience, was the kidnapping of General Edwin A. Walker in Oxford, Mississippi, on October 1, 1962. That crime, although evidently planned with care by the gangsters, was not a complete success, and the main outlines of the story, at least, are now known to everyone. General Walker, a great American and one of our most distinguished military men, had, at great personal sacrifice and with categorical rejection of the bribes offered to him, resigned from the Army so that he could not be silenced by the traitors and international vermin who had taken over “our” Department of Defense. The first attempt to silence him thereafter appears to have been well planned; up to a certain point, everything functioned with the precision of clockwork. In Oxford, Mississippi, one of the professional liars employed by the Associated Press concocted a vicious libel which that “news” service distributed throughout the country. [2] Then goons, many of them recruited from penitentiaries and all holding appointments as U.S. Marshals, went into action under the supervision of one Nicholas Katzenbach, who was on the spot as personal representative of Robert (“Bobby Sox”) Kennedy, then Attorney General of the United States. General Walker’s automobile was illegally stopped on a public highway, and, without warrant or charge of any kind, he was taken before a U. S. Commissioner, who, after practicing shameless deceit on the General, assuring him that he would be released on bond, fixed the bond at the fantastic sum of one hundred thousand dollars. This was evidently a miscalculation, for a bond of twice that amount became available as soon as the General’s friends and relatives were notified, and, to avoid acceptance of that bond, it was necessary for the responsible official of “our” government to go into hiding and to use other dodges until the second stage of the kidnapping was carried out.

Dr. Chisholm officially holds that “mental health” depends on “eradication of the concept of right and wrong,” whence it follows, of course, that anyone who thinks there is a difference between good and evil is obviously insane.

That was carried out with exemplary efficiency in less than three hours. In Washington, a person of Russian origins named Kantor, who calls himself Charles E. Smith and holds office as Chief Psychiatrist of the Federal Bureau of Prisons and was therefore another of Bobby Kennedy’s subordinates, dutifully decided that General Walker was probably insane. This man of science later testified that he was able to make this diagnosis at a distance of a thousand miles in a few minutes by simply reading the lies disseminated by the Associated Press. He may, however, have applied the definition devised by Dr. Brock Chisholm, the protégé of Alger Hiss and head of the so-called World Health Organization that was founded under Hiss’s patronage to lead the agitation for “mental health.” Dr. Chisholm officially holds that “mental health” depends on “eradication of the concept of right and wrong,” whence it follows, of course, that anyone who thinks there is a difference between good and evil is obviously insane. Armed with this opinion from “Dr. Smith,” one James V. Bennett, holding office as U.S. Director of Prisons, telegraphed orders to the Marshals in Oxford, who hustled General Walker aboard a plane which at once took off for an unknown destination. It was probably hoped that the destination could be kept secret until the General had been disposed of. It became known, however, that the kidnappers had transported their victim across three state lines [3] to the concentration camp in Springfield, Missouri, that is officially known as a Federal Medical Prison. Mr. Seelig, in a part of his story not included in the present book, says that even before the General’s arrival, word went around among the prisoners, of whom he was one, that the “mental health experts” in charge were gloating over the prospect of having a distinguished American to torture.

General Walker was stripped of his clothing, thrown into a concrete dungeon, and had his food served to him on the floor — a nice detail which is, in itself, a sufficient index to the mentality of “mental health experts.” [4] The General, however, was too prominent. By midnight, the place where he was being held captive was known. His attorney, General Clyde J. Watts, flew to Springfield at once. Almost simultaneously, Americans all over the country, informed by telephone of what had happened, deluged the prison office with telegrams that indicated, in one way or another, that the prison would be held responsible for the General’s safety. It would have been impossible either to murder the General quietly or to destroy his mind by means of drugs or surgery without arousing national indignation. The Department of Justice made an attempt to hold him for ransom — the ransom demanded being a pledge that he would not tell the public what had happened. When this deal was rejected, the General was released without ransom on the sixth day after he was kidnapped. The plot thus ended in a fizzle, but Katzenbach was later rewarded for his part in it by being made head of the Department of Justice. [5]

Revilo P Oliver (link to story above)

Charles E. Smith Chief Psychiatrist of the Federal Bureau of Prisons

Alger Hiss

Edwin Walker Wiki

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How Many Nigger Women Are Burned To Death By Cracker Gangs?

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Probably about the same number of crackers raping black women. Virtually ZERO.

It would seem that white men think black women are ugly and unworthy of sexual desire (which cannot be said about black men desiring white women).

And before I allow you to think that black women are unable to use fire to torture and kill white people, see this.

But I shouldn’t be worried about black people because of all of my privilege I tote around. Right?

HINT: I tote that “privilege” right next to my 9, in case you wondered.

h/t MS News Now

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Black Lives Matter (Unless They Support The Confederate Flag)

Breaking News: Black Confederates Chased, Ran Off The Road, Car Rolled In Mississippi, Anthony Hervey Dead

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Anthony Hervey

http://www.occidentaldissent.com/2015/07/19/breaking-news-black-confederates-chased-ran-off-the-road-car-rolled-in-mississippi/

“A man who has been considered an Oxford fixture for at least the last two decades died in a car accident following a flag rally on Sunday, officials said.

Lafayette County Coroner Rocky Kennedy confirmed that a man killed in a rollover car crash near Oxford was Anthony Hervey, who has been an outspoken member of the Oxford community. in favor of the Confederate flag, for as long as most people can remember. …

An account given by the passenger makes the accident seem rather suspicious.

The MacAlester News-Capital is reporting that a woman named Arlene Barnham had given Hervey a ride to the rally in Birmingham, Alabama. On their way back to Oxford, they were involved in an accident.

Reportedly, Hervey was driving and feared they were being chased. Hervey told Barnham he noticed a silver car speeding to catch up to them, and then it swerved into their passenger side.

Barnham told the News-Capital even when Hervey sped up to get away, the car continued to pursue them. At some point, that’s what she said caused the crash.”

~The Jackson Clarion Ledger

See also:

Stuart Woman In Accident After Flag Rally

 

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B’Man’s Redneck Watch: It’s Miserable Down Here

There are Richard Noggins everywhere nowadays.

You fucking rednecks are unbelievably pathetic. The South always is at the bottom in “ed-ju=macation”. Sad group of defecated matter.

~ John Podesta

 

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I have lived in the deep south for most of my life. Raised in Alabama early on (in extremely poor conditions), moved to Mississippi at 7, lived in Louisiana at 19 and ended up in Tennessee (where I travel to Arkansas and Missouri occasionally). I travel with work and generally like to use the old roads, instead of the big highways.  What you will find is horrible conditions that those like John above must think are chosen ways of life.

But the truth is that there are not many good jobs and the people who live down here barely get by in many cases.

I saw an article entitled America’s Most Content (and Miserable) States listing the 10 “Most Content” and the 10 “Most Miserable” US states to live in. It probably wouldn’t surprise you to know that every one I listed above are in the Most Miserable list (it doesn’t surprise me in the least).

10. Louisiana
> Well-being index score: 64.9
> Life expectancy: 75.7 years (4th lowest)
> Pct. obese: 32.7% (4th highest)
> Median household income: $42,944 (8th lowest)
> Pct. with high school diploma: 83.0% (4th lowest)

Louisiana residents suffered from limited access to basic needs. Last year, nearly 9% of those surveyed in the state noted they did not have easy access to clean and safe drinking water, while nearly 12% of residents lacked easy access to medicine, both among the worst rates in the nation. Just 61.4% of respondents felt safe walking home alone at night, the lowest rate in the U.S., and significantly lower than the national rate of more than 70% who felt safe in the same circumstances. Louisiana also ranked among the lowest in healthy behaviors because of its residents’ high smoking rate and limited healthy eating. As of 2010, there were 229.4 deaths due to heart disease per 100,000 people in the state, fourth-highest nationally. That same year, life expectancy at birth in the state was just 75.7 years, one of the worst figures in the nation.

8. Missouri
> Well-being index score: 64.5
> Life expectancy: 77.5 years (11th lowest)
> Pct. obese: 29.0% (14th highest)
> Median household income: $45,321 (14th lowest)
> Pct. with high school diploma: 88.0% (23rd lowest)

The economic confidence of Missouri residents improved considerably between between 2012 and 2013. Despite this, respondents had some of the worst outlooks about their lives in 2013. Just one half of residents surveyed said they were thriving last year, among the lowest rates in the nation. With a high number of residents experiencing stress, as well as a relatively low number reporting having smiled or laughed within the last day, Missouri ranked among the worst states for emotional health.

7. Tennessee
> Well-being index score: 64.3
> Life expectancy: 76.3 years (8th lowest)
> Pct. obese: 31.3% (7th highest)
> Median household income: $42,764 (7th lowest)
> Pct. with high school diploma: 85.1% (13th lowest)

Tennessee residents were among the most likely to have a variety of physical health problems in 2013, including diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and chronic pain. People living in Tennessee were also less likely to feel safe walking at night than residents of many other states. The state’s violent crime rate of 643.6 incidents per 100,000 residents was the highest in the nation in 2012 and may justify these fears. Economic confidence in the state was among the worst last year. This was despite the fact that the state’s economy grew by 3.3% in 2012, one of the largest growth rates that year.

6. Arkansas
> Well-being index score: 64.3
> Life expectancy: 76.0 years (tied-6th lowest)
> Pct. obese: 32.3% (5th highest)
> Median household income: $40,112 (2nd lowest)
> Pct. with high school diploma: 84.8% (9th lowest)

Arkansas rated as one of the most physically unhealthy states as of 2013, ranking behind just two other states. Only 71.8% of residents were able to partake in age-appropriate activities, among the lowest rates in the nation, while 36.8% of respondents reported high blood pressure, one the highest figures of any state. More than 32% of respondents were obese last year, compared to 27% nationally.. Arkansas had 222.5 heart disease-related deaths per 100,000 residents in 2010, fifth highest in the nation. Healthy behaviors in the state, as well as access to basic needs, were also rated lower than most other states. Likely contributing to the state’s low rank in many of these measures is its large poor population. Nearly 20% of all people in the state lived below the poverty line in 2012, fourth highest in the nation.

4. Alabama
> Well-being index score: 64.1
> Life expectancy: 75.4 years (tied-2nd lowest)
> Pct. obese: 28.1% (tied-20th highest)
> Median household income: $41,574 (4th lowest)
> Pct. with high school diploma: 84.0% (6th lowest)

The median household income in Alabama of just $41,574 in 2012 was fourth lowest in the nation. The relatively low income of many state residents may have made it difficult for them to access basic necessities. Relatively few Alabama residents said they had enough money to afford medicine, food, or adequate shelter. Alabama residents also had among the worst physical health in the nation. High blood pressure and diabetes in particular were much more common in Alabama than in most other states. Also, there were 236 deaths per 100,000 people due to heart disease, the second-most nationwide.

3. Mississippi
> Well-being index score: 63.7
> Life expectancy: 75.0 years (the lowest)
> Pct. obese: 35.4% (the highest)
> Median household income: $37,095 (the lowest)
> Pct. with high school diploma: 82.3% (3rd lowest)

Nowhere else in the U.S. did people feel as negative about their work environment as in Mississippi. But this was just one of the problems facing state residents. Respondents were among the most likely in the nation to lack access to basic necessities. More than a quarter of people surveyed in the state indicated they did not have money for food at some point in the previous 12 months, while nearly as many lacked money for health care. By a number of measures, the state was one of the absolute poorest in the nation. The median income in Mississippi was just $37,095 in 2012, lowest in the U.S. Also, 24.2% of people lived below the poverty line, more than in any other state. With limited access to basic needs and poor healthy behaviors, the state was among the worst in the nation in physical health assessments. Last year, no state had a higher obesity rate than Mississippi. In 2010, no state had a higher rate of death from heart disease or a lower life expectancy at birth than Mississippi.

At least none of them were rated the very worst.
Yes, John, education is not the best down here. Many people end up working without finishing school, much unlike those wonderful Jew-run places up north like where you are from. Maybe that is why you kiss their ass so intensely.

On a sidenote: I am working a new job that has me traveling extensively, which is why postings have been infrequent lately.

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Granny Get Your Gun! Its A New Year

grannyclampett-729655Three days ago, my 93 year old Granny (she lives alone) awoke at her normal time to go fix the coffee and breakfast. As she was pouring the water, she looked over at her TV and noticed that two envelopes with thank you notes that she had signed, sealed and was to put in the post, were torn open. She thought, “Now, I know I sealed those things…”

So, she decided to look around. She went into her laundry room, where the back door is located (the old type with multiple panes of glass 6″ x 14″). Two of the panes had been removed to offer a very small opening. She knew something was up, so she went back through the house to see if someone was there or if anything else was missing.

She found that about $100 in cash was missing from her purse and another little stash she had. She saw that several pieces of jewelry was missing, including the high school graduation ring she had bought for herself (she came up in the Depression and few people even graduated high school, so this was very sentimental to her).

She noticed that whomever this was rifled through her paperwork/filing cabinet.

She also found that a safe that she kept underneath her dresser was missing (there was nothing inside of it, however).

This means that this old lady, who can’t hear, had some asshole hovering over her as she slept and actually took stuff from the room she was sleeping in. beverlyhillbillies-grannyCan you imagine????

Sure, there are a few crooks around that make a living from theft, but generally in this area, one doesn’t have to worry too much about these things (at least under normal conditions). Not to mention the fact that most people around here have some sort of weapon for protection, so they think twice about going in on someone, if they know they are there.

It sounds like an inside job, but I’m not sure. The lady is fairly well known around here (and loved). So, it is conceivable that they knew she is deaf and thought they might get by with it. Of course, as small as the opening was for them to climb through, it could have been a 100# crack head. Who knows.

The next day she heard about Obama/Feinstein’s gun grab proposal (she voted for Obama) and pitched a fit. She has two pistols, but isn’t strong enough to pull the trigger, so she wants me to take her to buy some sort of weapon that she would be able to use.

Here’s the rub… in a conversation with Dr Doug this morning, he informed me that WalMart in MS is basically out of stock in ammo. They place two orders per year and with the ammo manufacturers filling DHS orders, they are not manufacturing the other ammo.

Now, what good is whatever weapon Granny wants, if she can’t get ammo?

The REAL Homeland Security

The REAL Homeland Security

And, as I have said here several times over the past few years, the easiest way to control guns in America is to actually control who gets the ammo. For what good is a gun with no bullet? Especially in the hands of an 80# 93 yo.

We are buying all new security doors and calling ADT (or another security firm).

Maybe this was just a run-of-the-mill break in by crack heads. But according to the local paper, thefts are skyrocketing around here, so I am not convinced this is just another dope head.

People who are hungry are not near as likely to go in with the intent to harm someone. But what happens when people are STARVING?

Here’s the deal. The government is pushing to take our guns, even from the most vulnerable… like Granny. Think about what happens if the STARVING get so desperate that they see nothing to lose by going in and knocking out (or killing) the homeowner. Do you think you will be able to count on your local police to help you.

Take this into consideration when you do: there is only about 7 of 88 counties in MS that even have finger printing equipment and/or personnel trained on granit. You think they could help you or even find the culprit later?

America: If you allow this to happen to those like me who hardly ever even touch my guns since I don’t hunt much any more, you are going to see massive death and destruction. And this has nothing to do with being concerned of the government. This is all a bad deal and you morons who think taking away the guns are in the best interest for this country are what will turn this place into the death and carnage I am talking about.

When the bad people are the only ones with guns, the rest of us are screwed.

Watch this video to see how one man dissects the issue by comparing real numbers of deaths and hard crime in America to the UK. It looks to me like the media, as usual, is filling us full of lies about the numbers, especially relating to the meme about guns being America’s problem.

 

The fact is that as weapons are taken away from the citizenry, these crimes go UP, not down. History shows this many times over.

Here is a very good example:

Pravda Message to Americans: Do not give up your guns

h/t Hardon’s Blog and Activist Post

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Black Water Extremes

Remember this post from last year? Well, the opposite is happening this year:

Seems like Old Man River is showing us, in his most extreme communications, that he is hurting and will pass that hurt along to the rest of the country.

Last year, he found himself at 107′ and flooding all along his route.

This year, due to the drought, he is at 13-20′ below normal, making it very difficult for commerce. Needed coal, food, and important other commodities are being lightened, so that the barges don’t drag bottom and clog up what’s left of the river.

What would happen if if dried up enough, that these things did stop?

What if the ocean started making its way up river? Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana is experiencing this and are making plans to counter the contamination of their drinking water.

Oh, Black Water, Keep On Rollin’

h/t TheEconomicCollapseBlog

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Tennessee’s Bought Representatives and Lame’r Alexander

Have my fellow Tennesseans paid much attention lately to your representatives and how they vote? How about your beloved Senators?

Video Rebel lists all the representatives that voted to keep you from “protesting” around them. I wanted to share the locals, for your education and possible discussion. I am also including the Mississippi chickenshits, since that is my home state and friends still endure their sorry asses. They are deathly afraid of facing any assembly of folks that might be finally getting fed up with their shenanigans and have signed the latest bill that strips you of even MORE of your rights (I’m sure most will just yawn). The Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011 is a bit more than simply providing Mexican lawn care workers to take care of the grass around Federal Buildings. It is meant for you (well, “you”, meaning those who are awake and want answers).

There are a few that didn’t bow to their Masters in Israel, but they are a minority. Notice that none of them mind spending as much as you make in a year traveling around on junkets, while most are to afraid to spend much time in their district. Remember last summer’s break, when a mass of sycophantic Zionist Jew worshipers took their allegiance trip to Israel? At least Marsha didn’t make that trip. Cohen (a Zionist Jew), however, made his (imagine that).

Tennessee

Yea TN-1 Roe, Phil [R] 3 trips taken between 2009 – 2012 costing $19,250 1 trip to Israel $15,917.

Yea TN-2 Duncan, John [R] 25 trips taken between 2000 – 2011 costing $114,365 No trips to Israel. 1 trip to Aspen Institute.

Yea TN-3 Fleischmann, Chuck [R]
1 trip to Israel taken in 2011 costing $19,763.

Yea TN-4 DesJarlais, Scott [R] 1 trip to Israel taken in 2011 costing $19,636

Yea TN-5 Cooper, Jim [D] 31 trips taken between 2003 – 2012 costing $136,553 No trips to Israel. 1 trip to Aspen Institute.

Yea TN-6 Black, Diane [R] 2 trips taken in 2011 costing $24,990 1 trip to Israel $22,314.

Yea TN-7 Blackburn, Marsha [R] 35 trips taken between 2003 – 2012 costing $68,139 No trips to Israel. 1 trip to Aspen Institute.

Yea TN-8 Fincher, Stephen [R] 2 trips taken in 2011 costing $23,233 1 trip to Israel $20,227.

Yea TN-9 Cohen, Steve [D] 10 trips taken between 2007 – 2011 costing $61,451 2 trips to Israel $19,520. This is the guy who got Jesse Ventura’s episode on Camp FEMA pulled off the air.

Mississippi

Yea MS-1 Nunnelee, Alan [R] No trips anywhere.

Yea MS-2 Thompson, Bennie [D] 57 trips taken between 2000 – 2011 costing $115,549 No trips to Israel.

Yea MS-3 Harper, Gregg [R] 4 trips taken between 2009 – 2011 costing $43,172 1 trip to Israel $17,610.

Yea MS-4 Palazzo, Steven [R] 1 trip to Israel taken in 2011 costing $23,360.

One could look at the list of people who voted for the NDAA and perhaps feel a bit better (Marsha Blackburn DID vote “aye”, showing that she is not interested in preserving our liberties), but not much.

Now to Lame Alexander. I received my monthly email newsletter from him. Apparently, he is very worried about the “checks and balances” that Obama is ruining for Congress. He wrote something about his imaginary outrage here. This is a very slimy man, who also could care less about the Constitution, much less any checks and balances. You know, Lame, if you really were worried, you might work with Congress to impeach the liar, instead of clutching your faux pearls of shame. You might not have voted FOR the patriot Act (and every extension). You might have not voted to continue the bogus Iraq War that you were complicit in getting started (or too stupid to see was a bunch of malarkey). You might have not voted against implementing the 911 Commission’s recommendations (no matter how bogus they were), but better yet, sponsor a new, REAL investigation, since many of the members and its legal council have come out and said it was bogus. You might even vote to dismantle the TSA and certainly work to stop their roadside drug searches in your own state. Maybe you would even call out Israel, but instead, you love them and their “democracy” (apparently more than your own country). Maybe you could fight for American jobs instead of voting to allow corporations to keep their tax free crap from overseas profits.

If the man truly gave more than his obligatory lie, he might not have voted lock-step “yea” on the NDAA. He might actually tell us the truth. He might actually fight for liberties, instead of stripping as many as he can muster.

Oh yeah, as  aside note to all the PaulTards, the bastion for personal liberties didn’t even bother to vote on either of the above mentioned recent bills.

Suckers.

Oh yeah, now Tennesseans have voted to put Santorum on the ballot. Speaking of suckers.

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