Friday, 30 October 2015


Ben Carson - Republican candidate for the US presidency.

Benjamin Solomon Carson (above) is a Seventh-day Adventist and believes in the imminent Second Coming (advent) of Jesus Christ.

Ben Carson, a former neurosurgeon from Detroit, is a Republican candidate for the US presidency.

Both his parents came from rural Tennessee. 

His mother was aged 13 when she married.

His mother got divorced when she discovered that her husband had another family.

At high school in Detroit, Ben Carson became involved with the US military.

He 'excelled' in the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program sponsored by the US military.


Ben Carson became a surgeon at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland.

The John Hopkins Hospital is associated with the CIA and mind control.

Carson. Mind-controlled?

In 2013, Fox News hired Carson as a contributor.

Ben Carson says that the USA must stand by Israel, 'our bulwark Middle East ally'.

Carson has said that tissue from aborted babies should not be used in medical research.

However, Carson has used such tissue in his own medical research.[59] 

In 2006, Carson stated: "I don't believe in evolution..."

Carson is strongly in favour of the Second Amendment which allows Americans to own guns.

Ben Carson has a long history with a Fart Pill sales scheme.


Donald Trump is popular with both the Zionists and the Nazis.

Donald Trump's ex-wife says that Donald used to keep a copy of Hitler's speeches by his bed.

Trump Kept Hitler's Speeches by his Bed

Trump's paternal grandparents were German immigrants. [22] 

Trump's grandfather was Friedrich Drumpf.

"White nationalists and neo-Nazis ... have decided that Donald Trump is their guy."

Nazis and White Supremacists Love Donald Trump. 

"Republican Jewish elites see Trump as a hawkish supporter of Israel... 

"In a September 3 interview ... Trump said he would support unilateral action by Israel against Iran, and called Benjamin Netanyahu 'a friend.'

Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka Trump is of the Jewish religion.

"Trump has lived his life in the heavily Jewish milieu of upper-class Manhattan." 


In January 2013, Trump released a video endorsing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during the 2013 Israeli elections, [148][149].

In 2015, Trump was awarded the 'Liberty Award' at the 'Algemeiner Jewish 100 Gala' in honor of his positive contributions to Israel–United States relations.[150] Trump stated: "I have so many friends in Israel."[151]

Start at 10 minutes.

Felix Sater, an ex-convict, identified himself a "senior advisor to Donald Trump".

"Sater has mafia and Russian criminal ties, as well as a 1998 racketeering conviction."


Pulitzer Prize-winner David Cay Johnston, and journalist Wayne Barrett, have alleged that Trump and his companies have done business with the Mafia. 

Trump was a federal target in a 1979 bribery investigation, and later questioned in a 1981 racketeering probe.

Among those who have been linked to trump are Nicodemo ScarfoAnthony Salerno"Big Paul" Castellano and Felix Sater.

Four of Trump's businesses have declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy.[202]


Jeffrey Epstein's Little Black Book contains the names of people who could be described as being a mixture of the Feudal Elite, Robber Barons, Zionists, Nazis and members of the security services.

Epstein's Little Black Book contains the name of Donald Trump.




  1. the disappearance of Jacob Wetterling

  2. Wikipedia entry now vanished

    MINNEAPOLIS - Federal authorities in Minnesota are investigating an Annandale man federally charged with possessing child pornography for his possible involvement in the 1989 disappearance of Jacob Wetterling.

    U.S. Attorney Andrew Luger announced that Daniel James Heinrich of Annandale was arrested Wednesday and is now charged with five counts of possessing and receiving child pornography. Luger says during a search warrant served on Heinrich's residence in July investigators found 19 three-ring binders filled with pornographic images of young boys, a computer hard drive filled with images, and a collection of VHS tapes containing images of young boys doing ordinary things.

    1. Andrew Luger and Daniel Heinrich? Makes one wonder if the US justice system and the US paedophile network are both run by Nazi descendants.


    Finders Keepers

    On February 7th of 1987, the Washington Post ran an interesting story that did not at the time seem to have any particular national significance. The article concerned a case of possible kidnapping and child abuse, and read (in part) as follows:

    "Authorities investigating the alleged abuse of six children found with two men in a Tallahassee, Fla., park discovered material yesterday in the Washington area that they say points to a 1960's style commune called the Finders, described in a court document as a 'cult' that allegedly conducted 'brainwashing' and used children 'in rituals.' D. C. police, who searched a Northeast Washington warehouse linked to the group removed large plastic bags filled with color slides, photographs and photographic contact sheets. Some photos visible through a bag carried from the warehouse at 1307 Fourth St. NE were wallet-sized pictures of children, similar to school photos, and some were of naked children. D.C. police sources said some of the items seized yesterday showed pictures of children engaged in what appeared to be 'cult rituals.' Officials of the U.S. Customs Service, called in to aid in the investigation, said that the material seized yesterday includes photos showing children involved in bloodletting ceremonies of animals and one photograph of a child in chains. Customs officials said they were looking into whether a child pornography operation was being conducted ... Their links to the D.C. area have led authorities into a far-reaching investigation that includes the Finders - a group of about 40 people that court documents allege is led by a man named Marion Pettie - and their various homes, including the duplex apartment building in Glover Park, the Northeast Washington warehouse and a 90 acre farm in rural Madison County, Va. ... The children, identified in a court document only by the first names of Honeybee, John Franklin, Bee Bee, Max and Mary, were described as 'dirty unkempt, hungry, disturbed and agitated.' They had been living in the rear of the van for some time, the document said. Yesterday, police spokesman Hunt said one of the children, a 6 yr. old girl 'showed signs of sexual abuse' ... Five of the children were uncommunicative, according to police, and none seemed to recognize objects such as typewriters and staplers. However, the oldest was able to give investigators some information. She said that the two men 'were their teachers,' according to Hunt ... Before their arrests in the park, [the two adult caretakers] had told police that they were teachers from Washington 'transporting these children to Mexico and a school for brilliant children,' according to Hunt. When police asked the men where the children's mothers were they said they were being weaned from their mothers." (1)

    This was just one of many such stories that emerged across the country in the late 1980's, a phenomenon that would be quickly be denounced as a 'witch hunt' and as a 'Satanic panic.' It would be nearly seven years before the press would revisit this particular manifestation of what would come to be regarded as a modern-day case of mass hysteria. It was the U.S. News and World Report that would ultimately provide the follow-up to the Finders story. But this was certainly not in the interest of shining any light on the earlier allegations. Most likely, the strange saga of the Finders would have disappeared forever if not for the rumors surrounding the case that just wouldn't seem to go away.

  4. These rumors were addressed in the News report as follows: "One of the unresolved questions involves allegations that the Finders are somehow linked to the Central Intelligence Agency. Custom Service documents reveal that in 1987, when Customs agents sought to examine the evidence gathered by Washington, D.C. police, they were told that the Finders investigation 'had become an internal matter.' The police report on the case had been classified secret.

    Even now, Tallahassee police complain about the handling of the Finders investigation by D.C. police. 'They dropped this case,' one Tallahassee investigator says, 'like a hot rock.' D.C. police will not comment on the matter. As for the CIA, ranking officials describe allegations about links between the intelligence agency and the Finders as 'hogwash,' perhaps the result of a simple mix up with D.C. police. The only connection, according to the CIA: A firm that provided computer training to CIA officers also employed several members of the Finders. (2)

    It should probably be noted here that the firm that supplied the training didn't just employ several members of the Finders but appears to have in fact been a wholly owned subsidiary of the Finders organization. It should also be noted that the CIA does not, as a general rule-of-thumb, assign the training of its officers to outside contractors. If a 'private' firm is utilized in such a capacity, it is in all such cases a front group of the CIA itself.

    In the last paragraph of the U.S. News report, yet more intriguing connections to Langley are revealed. Speaking of group leader Marion Pettie, it is noted that "the CIA's interest in the Finders may stem from the fact that his late wife once worked for the agency and that his son worked for a CIA proprietary firm, Air America." Aside from acknowledging these by then widely known (in Washington, at least) CIA connections, the U.S. News reporters did their very best to bury this story once and for all, denigrating the sordid allegations leveled against the group seven years earlier. The article reads as follows:

  5. MISSING: 100,000 Children a Year

    The figures are estimates. But the few known facts are
    appalling: thousands are murdered annually, the number
    of missing children is rising and no one is keeping an
    accurate count.