Saturday, June 22, 2013

Michael Hastings Fiery Car Crash: The Tale Of Two Cars & Disinformation

INCLUDES UPDATES & CORRECTION

[Author's note: when I discover that I have erred, I admit it. In this case, it was the color of the car on fire against the tree. New video has been released from a restaurant's surveillance camera that shows the car going past and exploding (see below). That car is light in color, and if this new video is a true representation, then the car on fire against the tree must also be light in color (see below) and it is indeed. This error on my part, however, does not negate that this is still a tale of two cars as the video of the car going through the red light cannot be the same as the car that crashed because of the four minutes that elapsed until the cameraman pulls up to the crash scene only a minute or so after the crash (see below). The new text about the color is in red, while most of the original text remains but has been struck through.]

At around 4:25 am on the morning of Tuesday, June 18th, 2013, investigative journalist, Michael Hastings met an apparent untimely end in a fiery one car crash just south of Hollywood. On the face of it, the crash would be yet another automobile tragedy. Because of the types of stories Mr. Hastings researched and wrote about, the inevitable conspiracy "theories" sprang forth in the world of cyberspace. Since these days, a conspiracy "theorist" is just above a terrorist, the Mainstream Media (MSM) could easily pat themselves on the back and chortled at the poor tin hat wearers. Meanwhile, the conspiracy forums would explode with in-fighting about which agency did what to who for how much money and why. Both of these elements miss the one fact that should be raising a red flag and shows that something is wrong with this one car crash: disinformation.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

ROBERT F. KENNEDY - The Most Obvious Conspiracy


(A mortally wounded Senator Robert F. Kennedy asks if "everyone else is alright?". Photo through Fair Use.)

After midnight on June 5th, 1968, Senator Robert F. Kennedy, who had just won the California Democratic Primary, was walking through the kitchen pantry of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, having just gave a victory speech, when he was felled by assassin's bullets. The official narrative of this assassination is fairly cut and dried. Sirhan Sirhan, an apparently disgruntled 24 year old Palestinian Arab, emptied his .22-caliber revolver from in front the approaching Kennedy and was still firing as he was tackled by onlookers. There was a trial, Sirhan's defense team stipulated to his guilt and he has spent the last 45 years in jail. Below is a video of RFK's press secretary, Frank Mankiewicz, announcing the Senator's death.


This New York Times article from June 6th, 1968, pretty much sums up the Mainstream Media (MSM) official version of events with a remarkable lack of contradictions for early reporting. So, how is the assassination of RFK the obvious conspiracy? Because the eyewitnesses and the autopsy report totally contradict the official version. It's not even close.