News Briefs 05-12-2016

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  1. Pizzagate was not “started by
    Pizzagate was not “started by Alex Jones.” It was started by the Wikileaks community first after certain emails were leaked that suggested the use of classic pederasty terminology. Podesta is likely involved in felonious behavior, but Hillary’s association with it all is not definitive yet.
    The rather reckless article title in TDG looks a heck of a lot like an intro to a hit piece.

    1. Alex Jones
      Greg, I have to agree with emlong here. No one hates Jones more than me (well except maybe RPJ) but the article doesn’t mention him at all. Maybe my phone is cutting off the article again, not sure, but I don’t see where he is mentioned.

      1. Processes
        [quote=LastLoup]Greg, I have to agree with emlong here. No one hates Jones more than me (well except maybe RPJ) but the article doesn’t mention him at all. Maybe my phone is cutting off the article again, not sure, but I don’t see where he is mentioned.[/quote]

        Not that I feel I need to justify how I put the news together really, but here’s a run-down of the Daily Grail news gathering process, if simplified somewhat.

        * I constantly get sent, and come across, links to various news articles. Some of those in recent weeks have been to Infowars on ‘Pizzagate’ (e.g. http://www.infowars.com/search-page/?pizzagate )

        * I filter through all the news I get, to try and separate the boring from the interesting from the batshit crazy, and post the middle ones mostly (unless there’s some other reason, e.g. light relief, related to another story). My filters are not perfect, and obviously have some bias, but I think after all this time doing news they’re reasonably sharp. Infowars articles on Pizzagate (hell, actually pretty much all Infowars articles) have tended to be at the batshit end of the spectrum.

        * I then assemble the news for the day, trying to segue related topics/general areas into each other as much as possible to make the read smoother (e.g. the two ‘mummy’ stories in today’s news). In this case, this involved linking the Alex Jones acid house story, and also the Pizzagate link. I originally had the acid house link above the Pizzagate link – hence the segue mentioning Alex Jones in the following story – but swapped them over because the acid house story seemed more frivolous, and suited to sitting closer to the end of the news briefs.. But even after swapping, the Jones segue seemed worth keeping, considering how hard Infowars has been pushing this and the Alex Jones story immediately above it.

        So where other people sometimes see suspicious motives, most times anything ‘odd’ on the Grail simply arises out of the abnormal situation of trying to filter and assemble a large amount of links on strange topics every day.

        1. Pizzagate
          I just wanted clarification on why Alex Jones was mentioned. I’m not against how you organize the news. Hell you seem to be the only one left here that does. So I know how hard you work and I appreciate this. I also usually love your segways, but in this case it just confused me. I got my torch and pitchfork all ready for no reason. I’m also aware you don’t write these news stories you just report them, unlike some commenters on here. Sorry. I aimed for the messenger, but I never shot.

    2. Words matter
      [quote=emlong]Pizzagate was not “started by Alex Jones.” It was started by the Wikileaks community first after certain emails were leaked that suggested the use of classic pederasty terminology. Podesta is likely involved in felonious behavior, but Hillary’s association with it all is not definitive yet.
      The rather reckless article title in TDG looks a heck of a lot like an intro to a hit piece.[/quote]

      I said “advanced by”, not “started”.

  2. Standing Rock
    What victory? They are still worried about their lives because the oil companies are still trying to get the pipeline there. They are considering moving it, nothing is set in stone. The companies are staying put. They didn’t win, they lost. The oil companies always win because they rule the world. Trump is sure as fuck not going to help.

    1. Agreed
      [quote=LastLoup]What victory? They are still worried about their lives because the oil companies are still trying to get the pipeline there. They are considering moving it, nothing is set in stone. The companies are staying put. They didn’t win, they lost. The oil companies always win because they rule the world. Trump is sure as fuck not going to help.[/quote]

      I agree with nearly all of this. There was certainly a victory at Standing Rock, but was it winning the war, or just taking a little ground back off the enemy? I think the latter. Especially with Trump incoming, I can see this all getting flipped very quickly.

      IMO people need to stop thinking petitions and protests are going to change much. This is a full scale war, with corporations asserting their dominance over humans, and there needs to be a way of fighting them that actually hurts them (I talk about corporations as some sort of living entity because I think that’s the case – not so much conscious, but still an ‘organism’ of many parts with self-interested goals).

      I think that comes down to working at a financial level – if I had the nous, I would create an app that allows people to band together in large groups and boycott products to bring down immoral corporations. Whether humans would have the strength and will to forego their consumption is another matter though, because most seem blind to what is happening.

      1. corporate organism
        Ive heard organizations and corporations compared to and called living things like Coca Cola etc on the Joe Rogan podcast i heard this in a talk not to long ago.

        The founders, orginal share holders are dead but the entity continues, new owners. Spreading the logo and drink to the far reaches of the world eating up dollars and worker/ man-hours.

        a bit matrixy

    1. Microdosing
      [quote=emlong]Wouldn’t surprise me if Alex Jones were a microdoser especially when he is doing consecutive all-nighters at the news desk.[/quote]

      Just not with DMT, amirite? 😉

  3. This is quite an upsetting
    This is quite an upsetting headline. I am saddened to say the Daily Grail is now complicit in the proliferation of the real “fake news.” What happened to investigation? What happened to questioning the narrative?

    Your only acknowledgment of the scandal has been a link to CNN? And your unfair marriage of the “conspiracy theory” to Alex Jones, in blatant disregard for the genuine revolution in citizen journalism taking place on 4chan and voat?

  4. Pedophilia As A “Control File”
    “If you have pictures of family men having sex with a child, they are yours for life. Such people can and will help you engineer the theft of trillions for modest compensation. You control them. They are slaves who are all the more effective as their slavery is invisible. It is secret. No one – not even their closest friends and family – can see who their real bosses are and where their true loyalties lie. No one can fathom that a bank CEO or a senator is, in fact, a slave.”

    “Control Files
    Catherine, News & Commentary on July 29, 2012 at 10:07 am · No Comments

    By Catherine Austin Fitts

    A “control file” is a private record that contains secret information or pictures that are the basis of threatening and blackmailing a person. Perhaps the most famous historical example of control files were the “dirty pictures” that J. Edgar Hoover, former head of the FBI, was said to maintain.

    A control file is an important tool of gathering and exercising power. Control files are often used to command loyalty and obedience from the people who manage government, sit in the courts, lead enterprises and direct financial transactions. Control files supercede both law and economics. They are an essential building block of “managed markets” – whether it is the bubbling of the mortgage markets, trillions in collateral fraud, or interest rates that fall to zero.

    If “Mr. Global” (my nickname for the powers that be) has a control file chock full of dirty pictures and criminal liabilities then the subject of that file is likely to do whatever Mr. Global says. You and I can lobby a politician, file endless case law in support of our motion before a judge, or explain the prudent man rule and fiduciary principles to a pension manager until we are blue in the face. It will be to no avail. They will follow the direction of the person or organization that controls them through their control files.

    From Mr. Global’s point of view, control files are economic. For example, take the $4 trillion that disappeared from the US government from fiscal 1998-2002. Let’s say you need 100 people in the payment and systems areas in the US government senior service and their accounting, systems and banking firms to engineer this move and the related agency securities fraud. Which is cheaper? Arranging control files and a few “accidents” or cutting them in for a % of the profits?

    If you want to use your time and money effectively in this world, you are well served to understand the existence and power of control files. This includes understanding one of the primary methods used to create control files – sexual entrapment and addiction. Which means, understanding the most powerful and profitable dirty picture of all – pedophilia.

    If you have pictures of family men having sex with a child, they are yours for life. Such people can and will help you engineer the theft of trillions for modest compensation. You control them. They are slaves who are all the more effective as their slavery is invisible. It is secret. No one – not even their closest friends and family – can see who their real bosses are and where their true loyalties lie. No one can fathom that a bank CEO or a senator is, in fact, a slave.

    The organized, systemic use of pedophilia is far more common today and throughout history than most people can fathom. In part, this is because understanding pedophilia traditions requires understanding the mind control techniques sometimes involved and the resulting amnesia and denial these techniques create. In part, it is because it is unpleasant to face what we do not know. No one likes to be the patsy, the naïve guy who was not “in the know.”

    We are dealing in a world increasingly run by databanks of control files. As satellites and drones fan out over our skies, traffic and security cameras go up on streets and buildings and telephone calls are recorded and mined with artificial intelligence, we are well served to appreciate the increasing power and importance of the control file system.”

  5. The Charles Webb Videos
    Charles Webb has a series of Youtubes detailing how Haiti post earthquake was used as a child trafficking conduit as well as a site for vaccine trials on an unwitting population. Disasters both natural and man-made are usually the first point of entree and cover. Quite a few names like Dyncorp pop up with regularity in these ops. The racketeering Clinton Foundation ran wild in Haiti. The template used to exsanguinate Haiti is the same one used in other subject countries of the US empire.

    https://youtu.be/2RB77lRXeG4

  6. $25,000 Reward
    http://pizzagate.com/

    “There is a $25,000 reward to anybody who can successfully debunk every pizzagate accusation on Pizzagate.com. We are legally obligated to pay up, as rewards are considered to be unilateral contracts. Please provide citations that do not bounce back to unsourced articles (eg. fake news such as Buzzfeed orCNN). Leave your identity politics at the door. This is much bigger than who you voted for. Whether you are republican or democrat, globalist or nationalist, we need to work together. Let us separate fact from fiction to determine the truth. We all want the truth, right?”

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