Dr. Joseph P. Farrell Ph.D.
March 2, 2017
There’s so much strangeness going on these days that it’s hard to keep up with. Last Thursday on my News and Views from the Nefarium I commented on the pattern that seems to be in evidence concerning the deaths of Russian diplomats and other high officials. It was a pattern that was set off, so to speak, by the strange traffic accident death of one of President Vladimir Putin’s favorite chauffeurs during a the high volume traffic congestion of Moscow’s lunch time rush. While I have my suspicions about that “accident,” it is true that Moscow is now one of the most congested cities in the world for traffic (ah… the blessings of capitalism).
The latest in this list was the Russian Ambassador to the United Nations, Mr. Vitaly Churkin. Churkin’s untimely death occurred, of course, during a period when American corporate controlled media is still attempting to fly the balloon that the always-byzantine-never-to-be-trusted-Russians led by their Evil Super-Criminal Mastermind Genius, Vladimir “Fu Manchu” Putin Who-is-Orchestrating-Everything-in-accordiance-with-his-Machiavellian-Grand-Plan-for-World-Domination, tried to influence the American election, and, having done so successfully, put their subservient agent, Donald J. Trump, into the White House, thereby Thwarting Democracy led by the Heroic and Courageous Hillary Clinton, Font of All Goodness, Virtue, and Light.
Seriously, folks, the American fakestream media is just about this hysterical, and hysterically funny.
Now, of course, I’m being rhetorical here, but for a purpose, for while the same media is going hysterically apoplectic over the possibility of “foreign influence” in our elections, having recently rediscovered the 1799 Logan act, it has been equally conveniently ignoring “foreign influence” in a whole host of prior election campaigns, including that Hillary Rodham Clinton. The Saudis, the Germans both contributed to her campaign. And Logan Act cuts both ways: why not invoke it against attendees at Bilderberger or Bohemian Grove meetings? Why not invoke it in the case of the administration of G.W. Bush, and all the weird “foreign connections” via the Bin Ladens? It’s apparently ok if the establishment does it.
Speaking of which, might there be a connection between the following interesting tidbit of information, and the recent death of Mr. Churkin?
Well, one can see why “they” are more than a little perturbed by the current occupant of the White House. But I’m less interested in that than in the background story here, for clearly this document is … well, “convenient.” Is it genuine? We don’t know. Perhaps so. But it strikes me as more than just a little odd that a sitting senator of the United States, running a presidential campaign, would appeal for money from the very country he so publicly and consistently opposes. The story is “fake news” according to the following article, and merely the result of a mailing error glitch in Senator McCain’s presidential campaign: http://thefederalistpapers.org/us/fake-news-john-mccain-didnt-seek-campaign-donations-from-the-russians
Churkin apparently realized the whole thing was a mistake, according to this second article:
Here’s how the Associated Press put it at the time:
The Russians have turned down Sen. John McCain’s request for campaign money and had a bit of a laugh at his expense.
Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations, Vitaly Churkin, received a fundraising appeal from the Republican presidential nominee Thursday, said spokesman Ruslan Bakhtin.
The McCain campaign’s fundraising letter, dated Sept. 29, did not use Churkin’s formal title. That led Churkin to conclude the request stemmed from “a computer failure” by McCain’s campaign, Bakhtin said.
Bakhtin emphasized, too, that the “Russian authorities are in no way engaged in funding political campaigns or political activities abroad.” He said the mission had not sent any direct reply to the McCain campaign.
This is indeed my view: it makes no sense to me that Senator McCain, whose views on Russia and Mr. Putin’s government I do not share, would make so blatant and stupid an error. Whatever Mr. McCain is, he is simply not this stupid, whether one agrees with him or not.
But my point…
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About Joseph P. Farrell
Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.