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WINES Urging a False Flag Attack to Start WWIII with Iran - 2012

WINES Urges False Flag to Start WWIII with Iran (2012) The Washington Institute for Near East Studies, or WINES , is a terrorist group...

Saturday, August 17, 2019

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Noon, November 22, 1963 - Dallas, TX

TX Book Depository - JFK Conspiracy
The Only Time Dubs Ever Visited a Library
It's The OddBlog, you guyses, back again with more of our Got-damned, hare-brainsed, conspiracy theory nonsense (because we dearly love us some juicy goss, hot or not).  This time, it's about everyone's favorite, Officially answered (of course), Question:  

Who shot JFK?

Well, that's a much bigger question -- but, we'd like to point out a few things.  First, the only person involved in the entire fiasco who has "never" been questioned (nor even identified -- could be anybody, y'all) was the "Babushka Woman."  So, we know them dirty Russkies did it!

And, B: that is George Herbert Walker Bush standing outside the Texas School Book Depository the very day before the 35th President of the United States was assassinated in the first leg of a military coup which continues to this day.  That's significant in no small part because he was "reading" a book to schoolchildren the day he was informed of 9/11... upside-down (according to some pictures).  You'd think, what with all the time he spent outside of libraries, he would have known better.

The aforementioned oil baron would go on to become, not only the 11th Director of the CIA, but also the 42nd President who was -- so long and thanks for all the fish -- also the presiding comptroller of The Company during Operation: Able Danger.

Now, there is literally no doubt that GWB was a patsy, so don't go getting your panties in a twist.  Operation: Able Danger was a military exercise funded under the Clinton Administration which tested the tensile strength of concrete barriers against airplane impacts on the off-hand chance a terrorist organization would hijack some and use them as weapons.  And one did.

The meaning of the Operation is self-evident, but even the Clintons (no less Innocent, mind you) were patsies to the Military Industrial Security Complex, or MISC, as it is known on its Tax Returns and Budget Proposals.

There was a Cuban Connection which resolved neatly on the front porch of the CIA (50 years later, mind you) -- where it belongs -- but it involves a 'zine and Lee Harvey Oswald, and it is known as a "signature."

This is The OddBlog and, before I started this catalogue, I did not know that; I thought that "The Magic Bullet" theory was called an "M.O."  Dem digits, doh.

© The Weirding, 2019

Tuesday, August 6, 2019

ELF: Extreme Low Frequency Weaponry

Some asshole once stated something to the effect of, "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof," and certain members of organized crime seized on that to "debunk" any and all claims that laid bare their nefarious operations -- such as their use of mind control techniques in conjunction with electronic weaponry.  ELF, or Extreme Low Frequency, methods are among the most disgusting... and deadly.

The key to comprehending subjects like ELF and LRAD (Long Range Acoustic Devices) is to suspend your cynicism and evaluate the evidence without prejudice.  Our likelihood to disbelieve and discount such "extraordinary claims" is another weapon in their arsenal which allows them to continue operating unabated.

When combined with psychoactive and/or psychotropic drugs, electronic weaponry which operates on the same frequency as brain waves can be devastating.  This technology is referred to as "silent weaponry."  Operators, commonly known as "Poppers," use hypnotic techniques and Classical Conditioning to create Manchurian Candidates of their victims, which they refer to as "drones."

Despite what organized crime operatives and assets tell us, ELF and LRAD weaponry is no theory; this technology has been in use since (at least) the 1940s.  Extreme Low Frequency and Long-Range Acoustic Device weaponry are commonly known as "Mouth-to-Skull," "Voice-to-Skull," or V2K technology.

The US military refers to ELF, LRAD, and associated, mind-control weaponry and its usage as "Psychotronic Warfare."

© The Weirding, 2019

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

November 22, 1987 - WTTW Chicago

The general public would be absolutely horrified to know the extent to which modern television and radio is manipulated and weaponized.

Some of it can be blamed on time zones.  Sometimes, signals are relayed or delayed to one specific part of the country while another sees entirely different coverage of the same event.

Such as when only part of America saw WTC7 collapse in 2001.

This footage interrupted a Dr. Who episode on Chicago's PBS station, WTTW - Channel 11, on November 22nd, 1987.  What appears to be a man in an ill-fitting Max Headroom mask and oversized suit addresses the audience for no discernible reason, saying nothing of apparent import.

He appears to be filming inside of a rental storage unit and to reference Michael Jackson when he places a glove on his hand.  Michael Jackson was arguably the biggest musical star in the world at the time and Max Headroom was a top-rated, dystopian sci-fi TV show in America, as well as a pop-cultural icon who sold everything from Pepsi to sneakers.

The video has never been explained and whoever committed this act of piracy has never been caught or identified... publicly, anyway.

This is known as "The Max Headroom Incident."

© The Weirding, 2019

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

The Stacy Brown Bigfoot FLIR Footage (VIDEO)

The FLIR video footage taken by Stacy Brown in 2012, purportedly of Bigfoot, remains unexplained.  As with several other Bigfoot videos in which the unidentified humanoid figures can be seen in motion, attempts to duplicate those movements by humans have proven impossible.

Recently, documents came to light showing that even the FBI tried to determine what the Sasquatch is, if it exists.  In 1999, The Smithsonian Institute tested alleged Bigfoot DNA and found that the sample belonged to "no known creature."  Sadly, the organization has since been sold to private owners and the related articles apparently removed from the Internet, leading many to speculate as to why possible evidence of Bigfoot may be being kept from the public.

However, the results were covered by the Smithsonian Magazine in 1999 (or maybe 1998, I cannot recall, and an Internet search provided only clues). 1

If the Bigfoot does not exist, who (or what) is behind such startling video and images... and why?

1 I did have a copy of it, once upon a time, and may still, but it is boxed up somewhere downstairs with a bunch of Heavy Metal and National Geographic magazines.  If I come across it, I will post it, along with more about Bigfoot.

© The Weirding, 2019

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Cartoonist Canceled

Time and Death, Thomas Rowlandson - 1815
Time and Death
When the October 12th, 2002 issue of The Spectator came back from the printer's, one of William Scully's cartoons had been blacked out.

Eager to reassure the cartoonist that it was the printer's error and that he would still be paid, the editor rushed to phone him -- only to learn that Bill Scully had died that week!

© The Weirding, 2019

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

The Streetcar Conspiracy

The Streetcar Conspiracy
The Streetcar Conspiracy
Removing the streetcar rail lines systems from major US cities was a conspiracy to force American consumers to purchase personal automobiles and local governments to switch to gas-powered buses as public transportation.

The concept of selling vehicles as "personal freedom devices" came about in the 1950s, following the effectiveness of the aforementioned corporate conspiracy.  It was only then that most ("nuclear") American families had cars they would allow their children to drive, as they were older models.

As an aside, I guess "nuclear family" just rolls off the tongue more easily than "Big Oil" family...  Speaking of, why is the logo for British Petroleum, or BP, an image of the sun and not a fucking dinosaur?

ANYwho, it was not until the 1980s that having more than one car per household became an American Standard (ahem) when both nuclear family parents were forced to hold down jobs due to stagnating wages and rising inflation -- caused by yet another fiscal conspiracy:

Nixon's 1971 decision to drop The Gold Standard.  The majority of Americans' Real Wages (wages after adjusting for inflation) have not increased since before 1980.

That's the thing about "conspiracy theories:"

Only Guilty Parties call them that.

© The Weirding, 2019