Lee Harvey Sirhan Sandford

usa-election-trumpVirtually every item of alleged news about the Nevada Trump would-be assassin “Sandford” is made-up nonsense.


He is an illegal alien from Great Britain, 19 years of age and has supposedly been planning an attack for over a year – meaning he travelled from Great Britain on turning 18 and has been a penniless illegal ever since.

His “plan” he has ruminated over for a year consisted of trying to grab an officer’s gun.

How very disorganised of him.

He is supposedly an Aspergers sufferer ie he is a schizophrenic who has been misdiagnosed, or more likely he is a mind control subject which induces very schizo symptoms in the recipient.

And in the “too cute by half” smart arse intel agency style, his alleged last name “Sandford” is the generic placeholder name used in security service and police training in Britain – training exercises are set in “Sandford” etc. Cute. A little too cute. For examples of Sandford use see the DVD commentary on the movie Hot Fuzz.


A media blackout has been in effect on this matter indicating that the lapdog media were expecting this outcome.

What would be really interesting is to see who was in town that day and who shows up in the footage and snapshots. “Sandford” is a classical patsy. This is the Chicago attempt on JFK before the main event. A warm up for later use by the narrative if needed. For… The Greater Good.hf_badge_copy

Harvey and Lee (book review)

Armstrong’s “Harvey and Lee” is an absolutely astonishing book, worth reading in every aspect.

His central thesis, and it is not original to him, is that when Marina Oswald spoke of two husbands – kind Lee and evil Harvey – other than swapping the names she was saying nothing more than the literal truth. There was a Lee Harvey Oswald, and his double, a so far nameless hungarian communist boy recruited in adolescence and trained along with Lee to be a CIA infiltrator.

It isn’t even a far-out idea since there are documented cases of the use of doubles, twins and impersonators in espionage going back centuries. What sets Harvey and Lee apart is the exhaustive scholarship that Armstrong put into the work.

After reading it, and matching to my own relatively encyclopedic knowledge of the JFK conpsiracy murder case, I find the book to be in toto unimpeachale. Where there are typos or very rare flaws in reasoning these are such utterly trivial parts of the thesis that they don’t in any way detrat from it being not only entertaining but extremely scholarly.

Perhaps the single real controversy to my mind would be the murder of JD Tippit which is attributed to the somewhat thuggish and certainly ultra violent “real” Lee Oswald. There were witnesses who described multiple assailants and multiple descriptions of the lone assailant where a single attacker was allegedly witnessed. And there are facts that Armstrong states, and which are correct, but which do not necessarily attain their real significance – such as Tippit having worked at the Texas movie house where the hungarian Oswald was arrested with such strange procedures.

However, the fact that the incredibly detailed manuscript lends itself to microscopic detailed critique is itself a further recommendation.

As with JFK and the Unspeakable, this is one of those indispensable books on JFK’s murder that need to be looked at closely and used as reference.

Get yourself a copy of this and the unedited Evidence of Revision and listen to one as you read the other.



The Special Ones

Patrick McGoohan’s “The Prisoner” was imprisoned in a quirky Welsh folly of a village, but “The Village” as a concept was quite real. As far back as the period between World Wars 1 and 2 there were several isolated locations in Great Britain where people were kept incommunicado or under the extreme impression that they had been irreversibly transported to Wonderland, Oz, a Lost World, a secret lost civilisation or somehow into a world of rooftops sealed off from the city below.

The drugs they were given helped immensely.

Flash forward to Gary Powers, held incommunicado after his strange shootdown that ended Eisenhower’s Crusade for Peace.

On Powers’ return to America he was spirited away to a special DIA / NSA / CIA facility called Naylor Place.

Almost all record of it has been expunged, not just from the internet but even from print – but tiny fragments survive.

At the same time as Naylor Place was set up, secret schools were also implemented. They were created during the latter half of World War 2 but only became officially active in 1947. As of 1950s America they were recruiting children – “very special children”.

These children were taken from their parents, hypnotised, and replaced in the interim by doppelgangers. These doppelgangers looked remarkably similar to the young ones whose places they took. All great fun for most of the children who underwent this process. Especially since the psychological profiling used to choose the Special Ones included detailed investigation of their ability to be hypnotised, their degree of being prone to fantasising – usually an immediate strike out for intel work but for this project – essential, and finally, their “patriotism” – the childish but fanatical adherence to a more or less fantastical and idealised concept of their country.

It was as though Bucky wasn’t just Captain America’s sidekick but in fact was the trainee for the job of Captain America.

Notable alumni of the Special Ones program include Lee and Harvey Oswald, Whitley Streiber and whoever his doppelganger was, and a surprisingly large number of Hollyweird types. Winona Ryder disappeared for years during her childhood. But then, so did JFK, Jack Nicholson and Ted Bundy for that matter.

Twinning and duplication is so damned useful in intelligence work because it monstrously enhances the normal practice of creating false identities or “legends” – if someone an enemy service is trying to verify or identify is literally in two or more places at the same time not only is the due diligence stymied but a shell game is added to the proceedings to make the task functionally impossible over short time frames. This is why sometimes everyone fitting a certain description is murdered (um I mean suffers accidents or suicide) over a short time frame. As when Charles Fort said “someone was collecting Ambroses”).

Lee Harvey Oswald achieved the impossible by being arrested twice, at the same time, in two adjacent locations at the same Texas Theater – the same theater interestingly where Officer Tippit worked part time as an usher.

Go figure.

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To the above you can of course read between the lines in the very first issues of the original X-Men comicbook from 1964.


Is it 1860 yet?

The final year of president lightworker o’clusterf_ck is going to be one for the ages.

A dizzying combination of

1. laundry list of how the oppressed subjects have failed him

2. the first tiny inklings from rebel “journalists” that maybe just maybe everything about him is a lie and he’s an affirmative action hire

3. unconstitutional governing on a scale stalin only dreamed of

4. the lapdog media doubling down to maintain the lie ie their “narrative” – as they always do

5. terrorist attacks

6. “syrian” “refugees” bringing the Sweden / UK style rape and violence epidemic to the heartland

7. mysterious deaths around the clinton crime family – it’s what they do – for example wouldn’t want to be a private secrethttp://acecomments.mu.nu/?post=360758ary, email manager or financial arranger for the witch or her vile daughter

8. the nadir of American potency in foreign policy – the Popeye “I can’t stands no more!” moment is coming for the freeborn American people.

9. ISIS triumphant

10. Trump assassination attempt. He’s bucked the status quo and he isn’t quitting – the status quo will buck him back in exactly the same way JFK and RFK were hit – CIA, LBJ, Malcolm Wallace; Thane Eugene Cesar for RFK, etc. I still think the most likely patsy for the hit is Bergdahl or someone like him. Bergdahl is a “returned defector program” alumnus and they are usually the ones used.

Lee Harvey Zaharie

Investigators discovered that Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah had programmed a flight simulator at home to practice a flight far out at sea in the Indian Ocean and landing on an island with a short runway.

These were deleted but recovered by investigators. They also found that the captain, an outgoing individual, had made no social or work commitments for the future.

This was in stark contrast to his co-pilot onboard the Boeing 777, Fariq Hamid, and the rest of the crew.



Lee Harvey Bergdahl

The former roommate of Bowe Bergdahl — the U.S. Army sergeant traded for five Taliban militants — says the government knew very well he was a traitor when they were making the controversial swap.

“They have all the documentation on it. The administration knew he deserted, they knew he wasn’t a hero,” retired Army Spc. Cody Full told “The Steve Malzberg Show” on Newsmax TV.

50 years ago it was Lee Harvey Oswalds’ roommate from Japan dishing on him. They are literally doing a remake. With a bit of fine tuning for modern audiences.