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Urgent Post: US Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) Lands at Langley!

November 20, 2017 Leave a comment


I have now spoken to almost ALL of my former colleagues in the Intelligence Community and here’s what took place:

Yes, a group of military aircraft approached and circled the CIA Headquarters in Virginia for upwards of 30 minutes on Saturday.  They did NOT land and did NOT enter CIA HQ forcibly – or otherwise.

There is apparently an ongoing and gigantic problem between the Military and the CIA insofar as the Military is engaged in implementing President Trump’s policies, while elements within the CIA are still INTENTIONALLY carrying out the failed policies of the Obama regime.

Specifically, these failed Obama-era policies include supplying weapons and logistical support to so-called “freedom fighters” inside Syria , many of whom are actually Al-Nusra, Al-Qaida and ISIS terrorists.

The support being provided by elements in the CIA is being used against certain units of the US Military who are also inside Syria.

The Military has repeatedly and strenuously told the CIA the old Obama policies must stop.  The CIA failed to stop.

So someone in the Pentagon/Military . . . . no one will say who . . . made a direct show of force to the CIA on Saturday.  It was, for lack of a better description, the sending of a message from the military to the CIA: knock it off.

It was done over a weekend apparently because most of the bigshots in the Pentagon are at home, and by the time they heard something was going on, it was pretty much over . . . . the aircraft returned to wherever they came from.

This is utterly unprecedented.  To have one agency of the US Government make a show of force to another entity of that same government is unheard of. It smacks of a sort of internal civil war heating up inside our own government!

Apparently, things are quickly “coming to a head” between competing policies and the military is tired of its people being injured or killed by the unintended consequences of the old policies and the CIA’ stubborn refusal to stop backing the so-called “Freedom Fighters” in Syria.

No one will tell me who gave the order to “buzz” CIA HQ.  No one will tell me who inside CIA is causing the trouble.  But there is  trouble . . . and given the activities over the weekend, one can only hope this thing goes away very quickly and quietly.

In the meantime, as far as the public is concerned: “Nothing took place. Everything is fine.  Nothing to worry about.


According to persons who reside near Langley, a large contingent of Marines arrived at CIA Headquarters in tilt-rotor aircraft and when the Marines deplaned, they were armed and moved quickly into CIA Headquarters! (I did not personally witness this and am relying solely on what witnesses are telling me)

Those witnesses also say that a significant number of tilt-rotor aircraft could be clearly seen circling the grounds of CIA Headquarters, parked on the grass around the building.

This is not normal.

Never before has anything like this ever been seen taking place at CIA Headquarters and speculation is now running rampant as to what is actually taking place.

Conspiracy Theorists are claiming the President of the United States is moving to take out rogue elements in the Intelligence Community, at the request of his new CIA Director.  It is rumored that these rogue elements have been undermining the Administration since before it took office last January, and may be connected to some well publicized “incidents” which suddenly resumed taking place this year, (mass shootings / violent protests) after a brief respite once the Obama Administration left office.

Moreover, there is not one word of Marines landing at Langley, appearing in _any_ US mass-media outlet.

Gov. Scientist: I Had To Suppress Evidence Linking Fracking To Earthquakes

November 20, 2017 Leave a comment

An Oklahoma seismologist claims that the U.S. government pressured him to suppress evidence that linked fracking to earthquakes.

In a deposition taken on Oct. 11, Austin Holland, Oklahoma’s former lead seismologist, alleges that he was punished for publishing a peer-reviewed journal article connecting hydraulic fracturing to an increase in earthquake activity. reports: Holland said his decision to leave OU and the Oklahoma Geologic Survey in 2015 was a direct result of pressure from his employers.

“I don’t know if ‘angry’ is the right word, but just disappointed … that I’d spent my time working towards something, and I thought I was in my dream job, and then I couldn’t be a scientist and do what scientists do, and that’s publish with colleagues,” he said.

“Well, that’s the point at which I realized that for my scientific credibility, I had to leave the position I was in.”

In the deposition, Holland claims that Keller and Grillot influenced or altered wording in his findings or presentations.

Holland said he met with Grillot and provided an advance copy of a report he co-authored linking seismicity with wastewater disposal.

He said Grillot’s response was “this is unacceptable.”

Holland said the dean’s main objection was that the report made policy recommendations, specifically those in the concluding paragraph of the report:

“Even if a network is owned and operated by industry, regulators must ensure that seismic data are not withheld from the public,” the report read. “Similarly, making injection data, such as daily injection rates, wellhead pressures, depth of the injection interval, and properties of the target formation, publicly accessible can be invaluable for attaining a better understanding of fluid-induced earthquakes.

“Open sharing of data can benefit all stakeholders, including industry, by enabling the research needed to develop more effective techniques for reducing the seismic hazard.”

Holland said he was never given a written reprimand and believes conversations were conducted over the phone or in person to avoid a searchable record of conversations available through open records requests.

Holland said he wished he would have recorded the conversations, including those that took place during a 2013 meeting at OU President David Boren’s office with Boren and Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm.

Holland said he was summoned to the meeting after he published a paper discussing hydraulic fracturing triggering earthquakes in Oklahoma.

“Well, the president of the university expressed to me that I had complete academic freedom, but that as part of being an employee of the state survey, I also have a need to listen to the people within the oil and gas industry,” Holland said. “And so Harold Hamm expressed to me that I had to be careful of the way in which I say things, that hydraulic fracturing is critical to the state’s economy in Oklahoma, and that me publicly stating that earthquakes can be caused by hydraulic fracturing was — could be misleading, and that he was nervous about the war on fossil fuels at the time.”

Holland called the meeting “intimidating,” but he went on to publish another report on induced seismicity in February 2015. By July of 2015 it was made public that Holland would be leaving the university and the Oklahoma Geological Survey.

Holland said energy companies, industry and environmental groups reached out to him to advocate for their point of view, but he said they weren’t the source of coercion.

“I was navigating a difficult landscape, but I was not pressured by industry to change what I’m doing, I was pressured by staff,” he said. “Now, I did — was pressured by Harold Hamm to change the way I spoke about [fracking] in public.”

“And I did have people in the industry say, ‘Well, you can’t say that’ or ‘You can’t say this.’ But the ones that actually write the paycheck control what I say in the public eye and what I don’t.”

The deposition was taken as evidence last month in a lawsuit originally filed in 2015 by Jennifer Cooper against New Dominion and Spess Oil Co. for damages related to 2009 quakes in Prague.

That case and a similar case filed by Gary and Sandra Ladra in 2011 has since been settled, but Holland’s assertions raise questions about the academic integrity of the university and the Oklahoma Geological Survey, which is headquartered at the OU Norman campus.

In 2015, Boren told the Tulsa World that university research has never been compromised by donors like Hamm, who donated $20 million to the university in 2011.

Boren served on the Continental Resources board of directors from 2009 until leaving the position earlier this year. He received hundreds of thousands of dollars and stock compensation for his work with Continental, but OU Vice President for Public Affairs Rowdy Gilbert said Boren’s role with the company did not influence his role as university president.

“Board service by university presidents is commonplace as it provides additional breadth to a president’s experience, which can greatly benefit the institution,” Gilbert said. “In accordance with his employment agreement, President Boren may serve on the board of any corporation, trust or other legal entity, provided that such service will not detract from his service as president of the university.

“At no time was President Boren ever asked to take any action contrary to his duties as president. He would have stepped down from the board of any organization that requested him to take any action contrary to his commitment to free inquiry.”

Gilbert said the meeting between Hamm, Boren and Holland was called as an opportunity for dialogue

“At the time of the meeting, there was great public interest and discussion on the role of oil and gas operations on seismicity,” Gilbert said. “The university was completing groundbreaking research on the topic. The meeting was a great opportunity for dialogue and to build understanding.”

Gilbert said at no point was Holland pressured to alter the content of his research.

“In fact, President Boren used this opportunity to emphasize the importance of academic freedom to both parties,” Gilbert said. “As a taxpayer-funded seismologist for the Oklahoma Geological Survey, Dr. Holland received regular input from a wide variety of Oklahoma stakeholders including energy industry leaders and environmental groups.”

Boren said he was not privy to conversations within the department about Holland’s report, but voiced his support for academic freedom.

“I expressed publicly and privately to Dr. Holland that OGS researchers have full academic freedom and a duty to pursue the truth in their research wherever it leads them,” Boren said in a statement.

“We have learned that wastewater disposal has contributed to increased seismicity specifically based on the pioneering research provided by the Oklahoma Geological Survey. The university stands by OGS researchers and is proud to have played a role in this important scientific finding, which is being used to protect the safety and well-being of Oklahomans.”

Gilbert said the university has no intention of investigating Holland’s claims against Grillot.

“The issues in question arose in a private litigation matter and come more than two years after the departure of Dr. Holland and Dean Grillot from the university,” he said.

Grillot retired in 2015 and maintains that he did not coerce Holland.

“As I have previously stated, I did not put pressure on Dr. Holland to alter his research or conclusions,” he said. “As I have also stated, I believe that Dr. Holland is a good scientist, and I felt that we had a good working relationship.”

LAPD Arrest 39 Members Of Pedophile Ring, Rescue 13-Year-Old Victim

November 20, 2017 Leave a comment

The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) arrested 39 people in connection to a pedophile ring on Friday, which led to the rescue of a 13-year-old girl. 

The sweep was led by the Los Angeles Regional Human Trafficking Task Force, along with officers from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Compton Station.

LA Times reports:

Two women were arrested on charges of soliciting undercover deputies for various sex acts, authorities said.

Sixteen additional females were arrested on suspicion of loitering for the purposes of prostitution, authorities said.

All of the women were offered services from the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking, and eight were identified as victims of human trafficking, authorities said.

Seventeen of those arrested were men who solicited undercover deputies for various sex acts, authorities said.

BREAKING: Clinton Informant Breaks Silence, Survived Murder Attempt Before ‘Critical’ Testimony

November 20, 2017 Leave a comment

Capitol Hill has been swept into a Russian frenzy since the 2016 election.  As Democratic and Republican legislators alike scramble for any whiff of Putin, the establishment has begun to crumble.

The special counsel headed by former FBI Director Robert Mueller is tasked with finding any and all Russian collusion and election meddling.  The Senate has created a committee to probe into the dealings of the auction of American uranium to Russia.

As secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton approved a deal to sell one fifth the United States uranium production to a Russian company.  Senate Republicans will be holding a closed door testimony of a secret informant concerning bribery and extortion from within the Russian company.


The Uranium One Deal involved a 2010 sale of the Canadian company, Uranium One, with mines inside the continental United States.  The buyer was the Russian company Rosatom.  Rosatom is a nuclear power company owned by the Russian state.

The Senate committee was hoping to keep their star witness’ name a closely guarded secret.  An FBI informant and former Uranium One employee has decided to come forward for his own personal safety.

William D. Campbell worked as a lobbyist for the Canadian company.  The FBI informant has recently come forward and revealed to Reuters he is the one who will be providing the Senate committee with documents and testimony.

Hillary Clinton has called the Senate investigation a farce and a distraction from Mueller’s investigation into President Trump.  Campbell said he decided to testify because of Russia’s actions in our election.

While working with the FBI on a bribery and kickback investigation, Campbell informed the government about Rosatom’s corruption.  However, despite the warnings, Rosatom still got permission to buy out Uranium One.

The case Campbell had been working with the FBI in 2010 had no direct ties or links to the Uranium One deal.  Campbell, while gathering evidence of bribery and corruption, claims he has gathered more than enough evidence of political corruption despite working in a separate division than that of the Uranium One acquisition.

President Trump, recognizing the importance of an anti-corruption crackdown, requested that the Justice Department lift a gag order pertaining to the bribery case.  The Department of Justice partially lifted the gag order.  With the gag order lifted, Campbell will be able to testify in full.

The Department of Justice has sent an open letter to the Senate suggesting that a special prosecutor may be appointed to handle the case.  Under Secretary Clinton, the state department was part of 9 agency committee on foreign investment.  Allegations include a pay for play scheme with money being funneled through the Clinton Foundation charity fund.

Campbell worked as an informant for federal authorities building a case against Vadim Mikerin, a Russian official.  Authorities went on to accuse Mikerin of taking bribes from a shipping company in exchange for contracts to transport Russian uranium into the United States.

Mikerin pleaded guilty and was sentenced to prison for four years.  The Justice Department had also charged Mikerin with extorting kickbacks from Campbell after hiring him as a $50,000-a-month lobbyist.

At this point Campbell went to the FBI.  Charges were dropped after certain details about Campbell’s lobbying firm came to light.  His name was never mentioned on any charges.

Most recently, Campbell has confided to close friends that he’s afraid that he won’t be able to testify today.  The informant explained that during a routine hike in the hills behind his home, he met an armed man. The two gentlemen held each other’s gaze with weapons drawn.

After an intense moment the man walked away.  Campbell believes this was an attempt on his life, caused by the Department of Justice’s release concerning his testimony.

The former lobbyist suggests that had he not been carrying a weapon he would have been killed, and he also implied there is a connection between Clinton and the would be assassin.  If he’s given the opportunity to testify, Hillary Clinton could be locked away for 12 plus years.

Fox News’ Sean Hannity has been contacted by investigative journalists from The Hill. It is believed that William D. Campbell has video of briefcases full of money used to bribe US officials in the Russia uranium scandal directly involving Hillary Clinton.

Ted Cruz confronts, spanks Democrats for double standard between Roy Moore and Al Franken responses

November 20, 2017 Leave a comment

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (R) spoke out against Democrats on Friday for the double standard they have employed for assessing sexual misconduct allegations waged against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore (R) and those charged against Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.).

What did Cruz say?

According to Texas Tribune reporter Patrick Svitek, Cruz said in a radio interview on Friday:

“It is more than a little rich” that Democrats who’ve been speaking out against Roy Moore are “suddenly in witness protection when it concerns one of their own.”

“These allegations against Al Franken are serious,” Cruz added. “The picture is highly damning.”

When asked about the allegations against Moore, Cruz reiterated what he previously said about them: that if they are false like Moore claims, then Moore needs to provide indisputable evidence to prove that. Otherwise, Cruz said that Moore can’t simply blame the media. If Moore can’t do that, then he should step aside, Cruz has said.

What has been the reaction from Democrats regarding Franken?

When journalist Leeann Tweeden accused Franken earlier this week of forcibly kissing and groping her without her consent more than a decade ago, the response from Democrats was nothing compared to their response to the allegations against Moore.

For example, Democrats praised Franken for apologizing for his behavior, despite the fact that he basically denied the allegations by claiming he “certainly” didn’t remember what he was accused of.

Democratic leader Hillary Clinton praised Moore on Friday. “Look at the contrast between Al Franken, accepting responsibility, apologizing and Roy Moore and Donald Trump, who have done neither,” she said.

Meanwhile, Democrat after Democrat has called on Moore to step down from his campaign after several woman have come forward this month to accuse Moore of sexual misconduct. Some of the allegations say that Moore acted inappropriately with girls as young as 14.

CBS News suspends Charlie Rose following sexual harassment report

November 20, 2017 Leave a comment

NEW YORK — CBS News said Monday evening that “CBS This Morning” anchor Charlie Rose has been suspended following a report in the Washington Post in which eight women accused him of sexual harassment. PBS and Bloomberg also halted production and distribution of his talk show, “Charlie Rose.”

CBS News said in a statement, “Charlie Rose is suspended immediately while we look into this matter. These allegations are extremely disturbing and we take them very seriously.”

The allegations in the Washington Post article involved incidents from the late 1990s to as recently as 2011. Young women who worked for his production company or who were trying to get a job said Rose made unwanted sexual advances. They described behavior including lewd phone calls, groping, and Rose walking around naked in front of them.

Rose posted a statement on Twitter saying, “It is essential that these women know I hear them and that I deeply apologize for my inappropriate behavior. I am greatly embarrassed. I have behaved insensitively at times and I take responsibility for that, though I do not believe that all of these allegations are accurate. I always felt that I was pursuing shared feelings, even though I now realize I was mistaken.”

Rose, 75, has been co-host of “CBS This Morning” since 2012 and has been a contributing correspondent for “60 Minutes” for nearly a decade.

The women who spoke to the Post worked for his production company, Charlie Rose Inc., not CBS or PBS, where his interview show airs, or Bloomberg, where it’s taped and rebroadcast.

“PBS was shocked to learn today of these deeply disturbing allegations. We are immediately suspending distribution of ‘Charlie Rose,'” a PBS spokesperson said. “‘Charlie Rose’ is produced by Charlie Rose, Inc., an independent television production company. PBS does not fund this nightly program or supervise its production, but we expect our producers to provide a workplace where people feel safe and are treated with dignity and respect.”

In a statement, Bloomberg said, “We are deeply disturbed to learn of these allegations and are immediately suspending the show from airing on Bloomberg TV and radio.”

Top U.S. general says he would reject ‘illegal’ nuclear strike order from President Trump

November 20, 2017 1 comment

What happened?

The U.S. military’s top nuclear general said Saturday he would reject an order from President Donald Trump to launch a nuclear warhead if he deemed it “illegal.”

Gen. John Hyten, commander of the U.S. Strategic Command — also known as STRATCOM — said at the Halifax International Security Forum in Canada on Saturday that he has thought about what he would do if Trump gave an order that was illegal — and he knows exactly how he would react.

Hyten’s comments came in response to a question about the scenario. According to CBS News, Hyten said:

I think some people think we’re stupid. We’re not stupid people. We think about these things a lot. When you have this responsibility, how do you not think about it?I provide advice to the president, he will tell me what to do. And if it’s illegal, guess what’s going to happen? I’m going to say, “Mr. President, that’s illegal.” And guess what he’s going to do? He’s going to say, “What would be legal?” And we’ll come up with options, with a mix of capabilities to respond to whatever the situation is, and that’s the way it works. It’s not that complicated.

What would be an illegal order?

Well, it would depend on the situation. But Hyten said that each year he is retrained in the law of military armed conflict. According to CBS such factors that would determine the legality of a nuclear strike include, “necessity, distinction, proportionality, unnecessary suffering,” among other factors.

However, Hyten was clear what would happen if an unlawful strike was ordered and executed.

“If you execute an unlawful order, you will go to jail. You could go to jail for the rest of your life,” he said.

The top general said the military routinely practices what they would do if an illegal order is requested.

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