Was Dick Cheney’s acolyte, Dr. George A. Keyworth II, Hoagland’s “funnel” to gain public acceptance of militarized deep space project?
“Hoagland is a highly charismatic individual who possesses an enormously bloated ego. Extremely articulate, he has an ability to persuasively argue a case even when basic facts speak against him. Though by no means the genius he believes himself to be, he is nonetheless endowed with above-average intelligence and is capable of thinking quickly on his feet.”- John C. Haich, Do the Owls want to shut down Richard C. Hoagland?
Theories abound on the internets, nowhere more abundantly than the conspiracy theories that wrap around Secret Space Programs and the murky culture of NASA. In the microcosm of this millieu, one figure stands tall in the saddle: Richard C. Hoagland. He elicits any number of responses, from rapturous adulation for his fearless “outings” of NASA agenda, to a feel of the clammy, cold touch felt in his presence by those who feel he is far too smarmy and facile with facts and scientific principles.
We hold the view that, at best, Richard simply runs a cottage industry on the fumes of his somewhat ambivalent career with the agency. At worse, he may be far deeper into the heart of the beast than anyone suspects. There is a hierarchy within the conspiracy/whistleblower “community”. One with perks for the successful…the ones who can step gracefully between the stages of the conferences, where sales and speaking fees abound, and the cordons of power where they are “fed” the doses presented to the crowds. It’s a nimble action, and one that is rarely done well. Mr. Hoagland appears to have learned his dancing lessons well!
“It should be noted that Mars anomaly researchers and their followers comprise a particularly unsophisticated target audience with firmly entrenched beliefs and the community as a whole exhibits many of the characteristics associated with a cult. When confronted with apparently official claims or data which tend to reinforce these beliefs they have repeatedly demonstrated an inability to do anything other than accept them at face value. On the odd occasion when blatant evidence of manipulation has come to light they have either been inclined to discount it on the grounds that their small community is far too intelligent to be so easily duped or if they do recognize it to form ludicrous conclusions usually involving some form of New Age psycho-babble.”- John C. Haich, “Do the Owls want to shut down Richard C. Hoagland?”
crop “circle” in Hampshire, England depicting a cartoonish alien holding up a disk.This is a long read, but offers insight into the Richard Hoagland background that deserves review from those who WANT to be objective. Most interesting is the inclusion of Goro Adachi‘s 2002 End Game” series, a synchronistic analysis of the Hoagland infrared photos he proffered to Art Bell as proof of Cydonia structures, and a 2002 crop circle in Hampshire, England which was encrypted with a warning message about DECEPTION:
“Beware the bearers of FALSE gifts & their BROKEN PROMISES. Much PAIN but still time. EELRIJUE. There is GOOD out there. We OPpose DECEPTION. Conduit CLOSING (BELL SOUND)”
For the reader who is fluent in the Adachi language of “Time Rivers”, this may be the best interpretation of all…logic fails where deep deception abounds”
Richard C. Hoagland is an agent of influence for the Center for Security Policy.
Hoagland’s handler is Dr. George A. Keyworth II, former science advisor to President Ronald Reagan.
The Center for Security Policy uses Hoagland and his “Enterprise Mission” to bolster public interest in Mars exploration in order to apply pressure to President Bush to support a significant increase in funding for the space program under the auspices of Project Prometheus.
The goal of Project Prometheus is the development of enabling technologies for the military control of space under the cover of peaceful space exploration.
The program has the backing of Vice President Dick Cheney and NASA Administrator Sean O’Keefe.
As we posted yesterday, James Martinez -Economic Reset Redux…now we are told by “Sir David” that Mr. Martinez’ announcement is a hoax! David, in his blog article adds more drama, and insistence that HIS “insiders” are legit, whilst Mr. Martinez is a tool of the elites…as I said yesterday, we should be asking questions of all these media spokesmen, as the entire conversation about a “global reset” is fraught with peril. Mr. Wilcock has been employing heavy drama throughout this campaign, including his “crying game” death threat drama played out on Project Camelot (see Right said, Fred…Dramas with David post). Mr. Martinez, on the other hand, has been deliberate, reserved, and presented compelling clues for a number of years on issues of economic resolution and the sea-change that comes with free energy/cold fusion.
Is it possible that we have two competing scenarions? Who IS the real “hoaxer”? To date, David Wilcock’s “drama queen” tactics are wearying…while Mr. Martinez’ presentation is refreshing (I have requested Mr. Martinez for an interview). Wilcock, in his usual condescending manner, een refuses to acknowledge James Martinez, as if he is a “nobody”…THAT is telling! What is demanded is transparency and concise details…any takers?
David Wilcock Important Update, 1-1-12…”Story on Conscious Media Network…is a Hoax” :
In the first post of this year (Seed of Hope for Humanity… “A New Global Economy”), that promising message was one whose information I could not validate. According to David Wilcock, in an addendum to his latest blog post, he states that what was referred to in that article (namely, “someone claiming to represent an alliance of 130 countries that will be launching a new financial system”) was a hoax. Here is what David wrote (as always, one’s own Higher Discernment surely will be helpful here).
We are putting the finishing touches on Part III. This is a VERY significant and comprehensive article for reasons I am not at liberty to disclose, but should be apparent within a reasonable amount of time.
So yes… I am fine and have been working straight through the holidays, though at a more relaxed speed than during other times of the year.
The moderators informed me we are getting inundated with comments from people linking to a story on Conscious Media Network about someone claiming to represent an alliance of 130 countries that will be launching a new financial system.
THIS IS A HOAX. I am now in direct contact with the top people organizing the 122-nation alliance we have been speaking of, as a consequence of getting deeply involved in investigating and writing about the lawsuit — and they told me this story is not true.
It is possible that we are just dealing with someone looking for publicity. It is also possible that this is intended to distract people from the real issue and do it in a way that can be discredited, so people do not believe the real story.
Anyway, my goal is to have the new article up ASAP. Stay tuned!
We need to watch closely the details of ANY global economic system. I have high regards for James Martinez work in areas of media awareness, debt resolution, and free energy (cold fusion), but we need to demand to know WHO the players are and what is attached to any “forgiveness of debt”—the citation from the Pope makes it somewhat questionable, given the vatican abuses of finanace as well as other atrocities. We remain hopeful with healthy skepticism -Randy Maugans
January 1, 2012-James Martinez: “This announcement is to serve as the introduction of a New Global Economic Structure that will begin surfacing in 2012. Those involved in this plan are calling it the “greatest humanitarian effort” in modern history. It will be for each of us to determine over time if this is a truthful statement.”
Neither banks nor public authorities (or mainstream academics, for that matter) calculated the economy’s realistic ability to pay – that is, to pay without shrinking the economy. Through their media and think tanks, they have convinced populations that the way to get rich most rapidly is to borrow money to buy real estate, stocks and bonds rising in price – being inflated by bank credit – and to reverse the past century’s progressive taxation of wealth.
To put matters bluntly, the result has been junk economics. Its aim is to disable public checks and balances, shifting planning power into the hands of high finance on the claim that this is more efficient than public regulation. Government planning and taxation is accused of being “the road to serfdom,” as if “free markets” controlled by bankers given leeway to act recklessly is not planned by special interests in ways that are oligarchic, not democratic. Governments are told to pay bailout debts taken on not to defend countries in military warfare as in times past, but to benefit the wealthiest layer of the population by shifting its losses onto taxpayers.
The failure to take the wishes of voters into consideration leaves the resulting national debts on shaky ground politically and even legally. Debts imposed by fiat, by governments or foreign financial agencies in the face of strong popular opposition may be as tenuous as those of the Habsburgs and other despots in past epochs. Lacking popular validation, they may die with the regime that contracted them. New governments may act democratically to subordinate the banking and financial sector to serve the economy, not the other way around. Credit:
MICHAEL HUDSON - a former Wall Street economist. A Distinguished Research Professor at University of Missouri, Kansas City (UMKC), he is the author of many books, including Super Imperialism: The Economic Strategy of American Empire (new ed., Pluto Press, 2002) and Trade, Development and Foreign Debt: A History of Theories of Polarization v. Convergence in the World
Voluminous media reports of ongoing global economic carnage may lead one to take the view that our world does not understand the fundamentals of economics that ancient world leaders such as Hammurabi, Egyptian Pharoahs, and even Roman Emperors knew very well.
The truth is quite simply that debt based economies – money as debt with all its’ intrinsic inequality and poverty is eternally fated for destruction. Ancient despots were anything but humanitarians. Like all despots throughout history they were driven by self interest. But did they recognize at least that a fair economic system is in everyone’s best interest?
Given our dire economic circumstance it is forgivable that we little people despair and wring our hands. The prevailing view of the little people is that we are powerless to effect great change. We may feel that we have awoken only in enough time to spectate as world leaders stare uncomprehendingly at yet another inevitable global collapse.
It is not that world leaders or financial leaders and economists too numerous to even mention have failed to notice the collapse of the current financial system.
In this regard, refer to the comments of Sir Mervyn King, Governor the Bank of England, and the comments of Stephen Green as HSBC Chairman, and the comments of the Pope, and the very recent comments of President Barack Obama plus many, many others. All of these views are from the unique perspective of each individual but there is a common thread.
The comments of Stephen Green are of particular interest. Mr. Green remarks that Milton Friedman was completely wrong (profit only – nothing else matters) but Mr. Green is still compelled to support free market economics. He quotes Sir Winston Churchill who famously stated: “The market is the worst system of economic and social development – except for all the others that have been tried from time to time.”
So the thought is that although free market capitalism is the very worst system, nothing else works either. Socialism, capitalism, communism all fail. There are no credible working “isms” then. Churchill’s comments should be acknowledged by all of us.
So what can we do? Can we only create more debt and accelerate the decline? Are we all – governments, little individuals, and institutions powerless?
The solution is the creation of a new financial system that that is endowed with the most powerful economic tools the world has ever known. It is not an “ism”. It is commerce aimed at the creation of scalable affluence for the greatest number of people within a sustainable, asset backed “bubble up” global economy.
It is an institution for the purpose of providing benevolence for all of humanity, regardless of color, worldview or place on earth. All of this without the creation of debt and without causing harm to the interests of others, no matter if they are great or small.
Although it is known today only by a handful of people throughout the world it nevertheless exists within a mighty and powerful new system that has been created and managed by little people.
It has already begun with little people. Little people are the most powerful force on earth.
Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England, states “of all the many ways of organizing banking the worst is the one we have today”
Extract of article from speech of Barack Obama in Kansas:
Now, just as there was in Teddy Roosevelt’s time, there is a certain crowd in Washington who, for the last few decades, have said, let’s respond to this economic challenge with the same old tune. “The market will take care of everything,” they tell us. If we just cut more regulations and cut more taxes – especially for the wealthy – our economy will grow stronger. Sure, they say, there will be winners and losers. But if the winners do really well, then jobs and prosperity will eventually trickle down to everybody else. And, they argue, even if prosperity doesn’t trickle down, well, that’s the price of liberty. Now, it’s a simple theory. And we have to admit, it’s one that speaks to our rugged individualism and our healthy skepticism of too much government. That’s in America’s DNA. And that theory fits well on a bumper sticker. But here’s the problem: It doesn’t work. It has never worked. It didn’t work when it was tried in the decade before the Great Depression. It’s not what led to the incredible postwar booms of the 50s and 60s. And it didn’t work when we tried it during the last decade. I mean, understand, it’s not as if we haven’t tried this theory.
Extract of article concerning Pope’s 2009 encyclical urging an ethical financial system
“The economy needs ethics in order to function correctly not any ethics, but an ethics which is people centered,” the pope says.
“Above all, the intention to do good must not be considered incompatible with the effective capacity to produce goods,” the Associated Press quotes him saying. “Financiers must rediscover the genuinely ethical foundation of their activity so as to not abuse the sophisticated instruments which can serve to betray the interests of savers.”
Do not be deceived with the guile behind Obama’s statements (below). In classic passive-agressive mode, he appears to disavow the intent of NDAA provisions to detain and imprison American citizen (beware THAT term, as well). After all, this President loves the role of victim…the witless dupe who is pummelled into actions seemingly without consent. And you gotta love the timing: New Year’s eve…the nefarious witching hours of the final days of the year. Americans are distracted, drunk on their false currency and credit cards…holi-dazed into euphoric splendor, and mass-mind controlled by the programmed season of consumerism; barely collectively conscious anyway, this is the perfect time to gore the sleeping prey…America is DEAD! The Constitution (for what is was worth) is gutted. But worse,: NDAA will enable the interrment of the few left standing on the walls of liberty—independent journalists, bloggers, and underground media. In aggregate, the new “laws” of the land sharply resemble the 1933 Enablement Acts of pre-war Nazi Germany:
Law to Remedy the Distress of the People and the Nation Article 2
Laws enacted by the government of the Reich may deviate from the constitution as long as they do not affect the institutions of the Reichstag and the Reichsrat. The rights of the President remain undisturbed.
Dec 31, 2011 - US President Barack Obama signs controversial NDAA into law
CNN reports Barack Obama “reluctantly signed a defense authorization bill, saying he was concerned about some in Congress who want to restrict options used by counterterrorism officials.”
Even before the bill was signed by Obama, there were mixed feelings on NDAA.
The bill only has a 2 percent approval rating on a poll conducted by OpenCongress.com. Only 8 people support the bill out of 395 voters.
Another poll, of 397 people, conducted by PopVox gives the bill a 9 percent approval rating.
One of the more controversial aspects of the bill involves the ability for the president to detain United States’ citizens.
According to The International Business Times, “The bill affirms and codifies the U.S. President’s authority to indefinitely detain in military custody anyone, including U.S. citizens, suspected of terrorism or supporting terrorists.”
In a statement released after the signing of the bill, Obama says, “I want to clarify that my Administration will not authorize the indefinite military detention without trial of American citizens. Indeed, I believe that doing so would break with our most important traditions and values as a Nation.”
Even though Obama signed the bill he does not agree with everything that’s included in the bill.
“I have signed this bill despite having serious reservations with certain provisions that regulate the detention, interrogation, and prosecution of suspected terrorists,” Obama said.
CBS news reports, “If Mr. Obama violates any of the provisions in the bill, Congress could challenge the White House in court, which would have the final say in any dispute.”
The $662 billion bill also includes tough sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program and allocates money for the military.
Sponsored by Republican Representative from California, Howard McKeon, the Senate passed the National Defense Authorization Act on November 30th, House on December May 26th. Changes were made to the original House bill in the Senate. The House passed the changes on December 14th. The Senate approved their changes on December 15th. The bill was introduced on April 13th.