‘Terminate with extreme prejudice’

Using covert operation terminology, the phrase ‘terminate with extreme prejudice’ means to execute or assassinate the employee or said target. The term was explained by Terence Smith, a former reporter of The New York Times.

The reference is directed to the the Green Beret Affair, which is during the the Vietnam era from 1966 to 1970. Project GAMMA was the name of a (aka Detachment B-57 Company E, 5th Special Forces Group) special operations.

Intelligence had been compromised in Cambodia. Chu Van Thai Khac had allegedly met with North Vietnamese intelligence officers and supposedly there were pictures to prove it. An Ops officer and CIA headquarters decided that “elimination … might be the best course of action”. This was the option chosen, although the 5th Special Forces Group’s exec was against the killing.

The particular case involved the killing of Chu Van Thai Khac. “On June 20, 1969, three officers assigned to Project GAMMA drugged Chuyen, took him out on a boat into Nha Trang Bay, shot him twice in the head and dumped his body into the South China Sea.”

Eight soldiers were responsible for the murder and the case would go to trial, but the charges were dropped against the soldiers.

The 1969 article named “Details of Green Beret Case Are Reported in Saigon”, suggested that one either be isolated or ‘terminated with extreme prejudice’, a euphemism for execution.

The phrase plays upon another similar phrase ‘terminated without prejudice’, meaning the “fired employee may be rehired readily for the same or a similar job in the future,” which is usually true in the case of layoff.

If the employee is ‘terminated with prejudice’, it means an employer will not rehire the former employee to a similar job in the future. This is it for said employee.

Pink slips may include a set of check boxes where a supervisor can indicate ‘with prejudice’ or ‘without prejudice’.


The Ship That Would Cost $13 Billion

Austerity say ye? Not enough food for the poor, or lack of shelter for the homeless? No funding for crumbling infrastructure?

What about a warship that will cost taxpayers approximately $13 billion ($12.8 billion + $4.7 billion R&D) and possibly more? The warship is called the USS Gerald R. Ford and is planned to be commissioned in March of 2016. Construction is 93% complete on this ‘technological marvel’ as of September 2015.

The ship requires 25% fewer crew members, so there goes more jobs. But no problem though. The 19,000 workers will have the opportunity to build another one of the same kind by year 2020 if they’re lucky. Empire building isn’t cheap you know.

The Nimitz-class supercarriers are nuclear-powered. “As a result of the use of nuclear power, the ships are capable of operating for over 20 years without refueling.” There are two A1B nuclear reactors equipped for the USS Gerald R. Ford.

Good old Rummy promised a favor to President Ford a few weeks before his death in 2006.

The Ford Class: The Navy’s first aircraft carrier to be completely designed using a 3-dimensional product model, is the Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78).


Small Air Compressor To Clean Computer

After being frustrated with the overpriced little cans of compressed air, I decided that I needed something better to clean my computer. I just couldn’t see buying those little cans over and over, especially because they seemed inefficient to begin with. I thought about getting a small electric air compressor to blow the dust off. It has definitely paid off. Here’s the scoop.

After owning my small electric air compressor for several years now, it was worth the small investment. Here’s the brand that I wound up with: Campbell Hausfeld FP2028 1-Gallon Oil-Free Pancake Air Compressor with Accessory Kit.

Uses For Small Air Compressor

1. Cleaning the dust off computers, keyboards, monitors, etc.
2. Cleaning the dust off little speakers
3. Blowing the dust off of heaters
4. Pumping up deflated bicycle tires


1. No more overpriced cans of air. Save money.
2. Effectively cleans all computers with efficiency.
3. Cleans heaters like a charm.
4. Great for pumping up bicycle tires.
5. Small and light for easy packing and storage.
6. No gas equals no bad odor. An electric outlet is necessary.


1. This machine is very loud. Ear plugs are not necessary, but strongly recommended.
2. There are a lot of restarts, because the air pressure doesn’t hold 100% for long. It’s not an issue with me.
3. Lightweight. Might not be best suited for auto tires. I would recommend a bigger, more expensive air compressor for heavy usage.


The little air chuck (for pumping tires) that I bought was not so good, because the stem kept sticking. Therefore, I bought a longer style chuck for around five dollars. No problem. Just as a friendly reminder, the longer style chuck that I acquired did have a female end on it.


I’ve owned this little electric compressor for several years now. It’s been most suitable for my needs. I use it for blowing the dust out of the computer fans and wherever necessary. The compressor sends out a gentle stream of air, so there’s no need to worry about too much pressure to break any computer parts.

Once or twice a year I’ll drag the light compressor out and clean the dust out of the computers, usually in the fall and winter. For the summer season, I use it to pump up bicycle tires.

As stated above, I would not recommend this little compressor for heavy car tire projects. For small projects such as computers, heaters, or maybe air brushing (haven’t tried it), this is a good option. This brand has been very reliable so far. It’s just a cheap, small, electric air compressor. That’s all it is.

Warning: This little electric air compressor is very noisy. It’s great if you want to disturb the neighbors or get rid of annoying, unwanted house guests!

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Just Who Was The Nixon Deep Throat?

In February of 1960, a company called Società Generale Immobiliare [SCI] bought 10 acres of real estate from Washington Gas. Società Generale Immobiliare, partially owned (15% of shares) by the Vatican, paid $10 million for the 10 acres, and on October 21, 1960,  the development of the Watergate Complex was announced.

The Watergate building project was mired in controversy from the beginning. A group (Americans United for Separation of Church and State) opposed the project, obviously because the Vatican was a major investor. “By mid-November 1962, more than 2,000 protest letters had been sent to Congress and another 1,500 to the White House.” This could have been an omen.

Ironically, the approval of the complex was during the Kennedy administration.

It was around 2 am on June 17, 1972, when the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee was burglarized. The location was on the 6th floor of Watergate Hotel and Office Building, Suite 600 to be exact.

There was suspense surrounding the Deep Throat mystery and for the longest time it was to remain a mystery. In fact, Carl Bernstein’s ex-wife, Nora Ephron, was one of a handful who blew the lid on the case. Not many knew the answer.

Ben Bradlee, a colleague of Bernstein, was one of those few.

Bradlee was once married to Antoinette Meyer, a sister to Mary Pinchot Meyer, who was married to a key figure of Operation Mockingbird, Cord Meyer. In reality, it was organized by Cord Meyer and the infamous Allen Dulles.

“Operation Mockingbird was a secret campaign by the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to influence media.”

Actually, it was the Watergate scandal that caused the Church Committee to open an investigation. The reason was this: The revelation of Christopher Pyle (Getting Away with Torture: Secret Government, War Crimes, and the Rule of Law) in January 1970, proved that the U.S. Army was spying on the civilians.

While in the Army in the 60′s as a captain of intelligence, Christopher Pyle learned that “Army intelligence had 1,500 plainclothes agents watching every demonstration of 20 people or more throughout the United States”. That’s a ratio of 75 to 1.

Taken from another author, award-winning Washington Post reporter Robert O’Harrow, Jr., you have No Place to Hide.

Upon reading Bernstein’s personal notes, Ephron guessed it was Mark Felt, way before the crowd knew that it was Felt. But then nobody believed her.

Heartburn, a 1986 comedy starring Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson, is bittersweet yet very amusing. The screenplay was written by Nora Ephron and was inspired by her second marriage, which involved Carl Bernstein and his affair with Margaret Jay, the daughter of former British Prime Minister James Callaghan.

To fans of the classic 1943 novel by Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead, you’ll like Ephron even more, because she read and appreciated the book. It is a long read…

And Carl Bernstein, The Washington Post journalist, was inclusive in a very important circle of friends during this time. Along with Bob Woodward, Bernstein did the majority of news reporting on the Watergate scandal. These scandals led to the downfall of President Richard Nixon. Some feel strongly that Nixon was a victim of a political plot to assassinate his character.

If you could think of someone who was among the insiders, it surely must have been Bernstein. After The Washington Post, he goes on to work for ABC News, and he writes several books, including the popular All the President’s Men, co-authored with Woodward.

Nevertheless, adding to all of the hoopla and immense success enjoyed by Bernstein, what I find to be most interesting is his research about the media. Carl Bernstein spent a year researching a 25,000-word piece that was published in the Rolling Stone magazine. The piece is quite an eye-opener to say the least. It certainly is a must read.


The Privatization Of College Student Loans In America

Elizabeth Warren Asks Why Government Is Loaning To Students At 20 Times The Rate That It Should

What has happened to our college education system in America? Why has the cost of a college education multiplied many times over within the last several decades? Has the government allowed the privatization of college student loans to occur, further expanding the wealth gap? Let’s explore. Shall we?

The SLM Corporation (aka Sallie Mae; originally Student Loan Marketing Association) is a publicly traded U.S. corporation that provides consumer banking [1]. Established in 1972, the former government institution has changed dramatically since its conception. In the era of common decency, it was a government entity that provided federal loans for students at reasonable rates.

In 1997, during the enterprising presidency of Bill Clinton, all of this changed for the worse, thus initiating the the new operation of privatizing. This process culminated at the end of 2004, with the termination of its federal charter, ending all formal ties to the government.

Just as deregulation had taken stride in the banking industry, “private” student loans became the new norm, and at one point a contract to service federal loans was employed. This was the beginning of privatization and the end of affordable education. Welcome to the New World Order.

“On April 30, 2014, Sallie Mae spun off its loan servicing operation and most of its loan portfolio into a separate, publicly traded entity called Navient Corporation.” Navient is partnered with the Department of Education as a collector of debt duo. What a cozy relationship, the merger of corporate and state.

“The Sallie Mae corporate headquarters is in Newark, Delaware. Sallie Mae also has offices in Newton, Massachusetts; Fishers, Indiana; Salt Lake City, Utah; and Reston, Virginia.”

US Senator Elizabeth Warren, a former professor of law at Harvard Law School, has been critical of Sallie Mae’s current role in the student loan process.

In June of 2013, Warren demanded that “Ed DeMarco, the head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), justify why his government agency is supporting the super-high-interest rate private students loans that are drowning many Americans in debt.” [2]

Senator Warren has noted that Sallie Mae is receiving loans at less than 1% interest from Federal Home Loan Banks and then loaning to students at a rate of about 20 times that. In one year alone, the profits amounted to approximately 51 billion US dollars.

Sallie Mae has ended ties with government and business is booming. “Since 1995, the company’s stock price has gone up almost 2,000 percent.” [3] This was a 2006 figure. What will the price be for students and taxpayers?

There’s another issue to wrangle with, as Warren explains to the public. A government entity (Federal Home Loan Banks) that is designed to assist future prospective home owners, is inadvertently doing the opposite, hindering students from owning a home.

1 “Sallie Mae”, Wikipedia,
2 Erika Eichelberger, “Elizabeth Warren: Why is the Government Backing Expensive Private Student Loans?”, Mother Jones, June 24, 2013,
3 Daniel Schorn, “Sallie Mae’s Success Too Costly?”, 60 Minutes, May 7, 2006,


The Secret War Against The Jews

The Secret War Against the Jews: How Western Espionage Betrayed the Jewish People

Authors John Loftus and Mark Aarons have offered a very respectable work to the public, for those who have the courage to look beyond the smoke and mirrors, thus according to the rationale of the day. This explosive story (which includes intelligence of the alphabet soup type) needs to be told, even though it has been suppressed for many years by government.

The politician who hints at opposing the status quo is the bête noire of the establishment crowd.

Loftus has stated when it comes to modern history, one-third of it is classified. Loftus also adds that in the near future the public should be prepared for a deluge of information about World War II, since declassification is coming in the near future.

The book entitled The Secret War Against the Jews: How Western Espionage Betrayed the Jewish People is convincing and has depth on many levels. It may sound a bit cliché, however, this really is hidden history, history that adds substance to the conversation. Not the fake kind.

If only 90% of the information in the book turns out to be true, this is still extremely interesting and valuable.

The title could feel misleading, vague, or alien to some readers, but I think the title is quite true to its nature; although another title would have made better market sense, and possibly more descriptive of the complete narrative.

To be honest, there’s a great deal of 20th century history to digest, along with economics, intelligence, and a self realization of what’s been missing in the dialogue. There’s more to this than defending a culture or tribe. There’s a whole lot of cover-up and scandal!

The Jews have been betrayed, contrary to to the ubiquitous rhetoric that is beat in the daily shuffle. The authors have established a compelling argument, while this may go against the grain of the (bought and paid for) talking heads in the blogosphere who keep wagging the dog’s tail. Tisk tisk. Follow the money.

The betrayal of the Jewish people is unsettling to say the least and contradictory according to the consensus in the mainstream media. It appears that all one hears about is the term called Zionism.

I do suppose that on the surface the term Zionism provides arrows for talking points, somehow I have a gut feeling there are extreme levels of bigotry and racism everywhere, downgrading Jewish culture. Sometimes the racism is not hidden, but for the most part it is a well hidden secret and has been for years. Tisk tisk. Follow the money.

The authors have proved that Americans express a degree of antisemitism, and to a degree that’s brutal. “The savage extent of the secret wars against the Jews will horrify the Western public.” After finishing the book, there will be clarity on this matter. Read the book.

And yes, the Allies were well aware of the holocaust and the crimes being committed. And yes, the betrayal was far worse than portrayed, not less.

The author Loftus notes that it’s all about oil and the greed behind the oil. Saudi Arabia is ideally the center of the universe because of abundant producing oil fields, furthermore, the State of Israel has no oil beneath the sand. It’s that simple. Ostensibly, this is the essence behind the argument. Obviously, there’s a religious factor, especially since the Arabs strongly oppose the Jewish faith. There is an eternal struggle.

I’m suggesting to the reader this sentiment has largely been hidden from the American public, particularly when you constantly hear about the false preference towards Israel and Zionism, especially with the financial support in recent times past. This stance is incongruous with reality and the support was not always there.

In plain sight of historical irony, the context highlights a complete ignorance of belief, with outcomes contrary to certain expectations. There is a double standard, if not downright hypocrisy, suffice it to say the American public deliberately chooses not to walk down this street. It is politically incorrect to go there, and to do so deemed as inappropriate behavior.

As the authors point out, “most history books credit the government of the United States with securing the votes in the United Nations to create the State of Israel.”

The reality of it is, the Truman administration did everything to prevent this from happening, and nearly succeeded in doing so. The theme is recurring in the book, just as it was chronologically in history. There is evidence to support this theory.

The status quo or the corporate strategy if you like, almost always parallels with the Fascist ideology. There is more irony involved with the message, considering that Congress can be divided when it comes to foreign policy. To be certain, there is division. If there is a consensus, it will predominantly be pro Arab. Tisk tisk. Follow the money.

The Secret War Against the Jews is a gem and a must read. There are details galore to ponder, yet the material is fresh and not heavy to bear. The chronological blueprint is in order, with scandals, intelligence community, history, intrigue,  espionage, and critical examination of previously unexplained mysteries.

The Disappearing Oil Mystery

Was the 1973 oil crisis the truth, or just another illusion? Read the book.


Mary Meyer Murder Mystery: A Diary That Revealed The Secrets Of JFK

President John F. Kennedy was well known for his romantic escapades, but his character was much more complex than his public image. Kennedy was going through dramatic changes in his last few years and the political pressure was unbearable for him. One of his last affairs, maybe it was true love this time, involved a socialite named Mary Pinchot Meyer.

The love affair was twisted with a grim outcome, and it begs for closer scrutiny. The corporate press has done very little to cover the story. It’s just too sensitive for the Washington crowd.

Mary’s Mosaic: What Was In The Diary?

Who really murdered Mary Pinchot Meyer in the fall of 1964? Why was there a mad rush by CIA counterintelligence chief James Angleton to immediately locate and confiscate her diary? What in that diary was so explosive and revealing?

The author (Peter Janney) of a recent explosive book—Mary’s Mosaic: The CIA Conspiracy to Murder John F. Kennedy, Mary Pinchot Meyer, and Their Vision for World Peace—tries to explain some of the missing details of the JFK mystery.

Mary came from a very privileged background and her young life was full of opportunities. Her father was a wealthy lawyer and her mother a writer for The Nation magazine. After college, Mary did some writing for Mademoiselle magazine and later she was an editor for The Atlantic.

Mary Pinchot Marries Cord Meyer, Operation Mockingbird Operative

Eventually, Mary Pinchot would wed Cord Meyer, a Yale man, a member of Scroll and Key, and later would become involved with the CIA (1949). Upon returning from World War II, Cord Meyer did some writing for The Atlantic.

The marriage would eventually end up in a divorce; consequently Mary filed the claim in 1958.

Allen Dulles invited Meyer to be a full-fledged ‘principal operative’ for Operation Mockingbird, a secret campaign designed to heavily influence the media. Cord Meyer played a big role in the beginning as an organizer, whereas the organization recruited journalists to slant the views leaning to meet the demands of the CIA agenda.

High profile journalists were recruited in the heart of the industry, including famous popular newspapers (over 25 plus wire agencies) and television networks.

Cord Meyer also befriended James Angleton, another highly influential character that worked for the CIA (1954 to 1975). It is important to remember Angleton, because he played an important role in our story. After the murder was committed, Angleton was instructed to find the diary, hidden in Mary Meyer’s house. Mary was friends with the wife, Cicely d’Autremont.

James Truitt Reveals The JFK Affair; Subsequently Becomes Suicide Victim

Getting straight to the heart of our story, Mary Meyer struck a relationship with John F Kennedy and the two would become passionate lovers. In the February 23, 1976 issue of the National Enquirer, James Truitt, a journalist who worked for Life, Time, Newsweek, and The Washington Post, said Meyer had an affair with Kennedy. Truitt was friends with Cord Meyer and James Angleton.

Truitt noted that Mary’s diary had been found by Angleton after her murder, having been told the location by Anne Truitt (first wife of James) from Tokyo. Actually, Ann called Toni (Mary’s sister) and Ben Bradlee. These facts were confirmed by Mary’s friends.

Evelyn (second wife of James) later claimed that her husband’s papers, including copies of the diary, were stolen by CIA officer Herbert Burrows. James Truitt allegedly committed suicide on November 18, 1981 in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

The Love Affair That Involved President Kennedy, Mary Meyer, and LSD

In 1962, Cord Meyer’s ex-wife Mary Pinchot Meyer told Truitt that she was having an affair with President Kennedy. Truitt made notes of the conversation, which years later he showed to journalist Jay Gourley. The notes recorded an episode in July 1962 when Mary Pinchot Meyer and President John F. Kennedy smoked marijuana, and include mention of Pinchot Meyer forgetting her slip after one visit and having it mailed back to her in a White House envelope.

Enter Ben Bradlee, Husband Of Sister Antoinette Pinchot

Mary’s sister, Antoinette Meyer, was married to Ben Bradlee, executive editor of The Washington Post from 1968 to 1991. At one period, Ben (Conversations with Kennedy) was close friends with Senator John F Kennedy and had even toured with him during presidential campaigns.

Ben Bradlee’s first wife Jean Saltonstall was related to Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy through her father’s sister Rosamund who married Charles Auchincloss.

Timothy Leary: Psychologist, Writer,  Psychedelic Drug Advocate

According to Timothy Leary (Flashbacks):

Meyer had sought him out for the purpose of learning how to conduct LSD sessions with these powerful men, including, she strongly implied, President John F. Kennedy, who was then her lover. According to Leary, Pinchot Meyer said she had shared in this plan with at least seven other Washington socialite friends who held similar political views and were trying to supply LSD to a small circle of high ranking government officials. Leary also claimed that Pinchot Meyer had asked him for help while in a state of fear for her own life after the assassination of President Kennedy.

Leary believed that LSD showed therapeutic potential for use in psychiatry. He popularized catchphrases that promoted his philosophy, such as “turn on, tune in, drop out”, “set and setting”, and “think for yourself and question authority”.

The Murder Of Mary Pinchot Meyer And The Cover-up Of 1964

The Warren Commission 889-page final report was presented to President Johnson on September 24, 1964, and made public three days later. There was an anomaly present during this time frame. Dead bodies were turning up everywhere. What’s the old saying, dead people don’t talk…

Another Mary is found (Dr. Mary Sherman) dead on July 21, 1964, under very strange circumstances. The year of 1964 was a very tumultuous year for obvious reasons.

On October 12, 1964, Mary Meyer walked along the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal towpath in Georgetown. A local mechanic heard a woman cry out: “Someone help me, someone help me.” The body had two bullet wounds, one at the back of the head and another in the heart, both fired at close range. This was more than likely evidence of a hired killer, although a black man standing by took the heat for the murder, only to be aquitted at a later date.

The reports conveniently failed to mention the affair with President Kennedy, or the husband with the close ties to the CIA.


Redrawing Borders Of The Middle East

Map Of The New Middle East: 2006 Blood Map

Before and after maps from “Blood borders: How a better Middle East would look”, Armed Forces Journal, June 2006. Retired United States Army lieutenant colonel, author, and media commentator Ralph Peters articulates his ideas of Middle Eastern policy.

We may or may not have been listening to the Bush administration when the rhetoric was cast, but obviously the ‘New Middle East’ initiative had taken effect during this period. Obama’s administration followed suit with the same policies. So if we Americans are scratching our heads and wondering what all the turmoil in the Middle East is all about, it appears that the elites are trying to carve a new map, with the use of military and regime change.

In a column for Armchair General Magazine, he wrote in support of regime change in Syria, Iran and Pakistan: “Syria’s determination to develop nuclear weapons apes Iran’s and North Korea’s nuke programs, as well as Pakistan’s successful bid to join the club of nuclear powers … Given a choice between taking out Osama Bin Laden and his entire leadership network and eliminating renegade nuclear engineers, the latter option might do far more for our long-term security.”

Source: Wikipedia


Black Monday 2015: Party Like It’s 1929!

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) fell exactly 508 points to 1,738.74 (22.61%).


…..Black Monday (October 19, 1987)…………………………………

Yes, today’s storyline reads something like China’s ‘Black Monday’ and suddenly there’s panic everywhere. It may be reminiscent of 1929 or Black Monday (1987), but it’s the machination that’s been overhauled, at least in America.

“Black Monday refers to Monday, October 19, 1987, when stock markets around the world crashed, shedding a huge value in a very short time.”

Exploitation by the bankers, especially the dark forces of the central banks, is the theme of the day. Within the past several decades, the Federal Reserve Bank has reached new levels of fraudulency beyond comprehension. Central banks have suddenly started to buy stocks!

The news is relatively new to many of us, however, the voodoo magic has been working for some time. Reagan endured a financial crisis in 1987 and some educated analysts concede that the ‘Working Group‘ has gone outside of its legal limits.

In unusual and exigent circumstances, the Powers that be can alter the rules as necessary, whether it’s legal or illegal.

One is tempted to believe that the Fed has purported to manipulate markets anyway possible; the public usually feels the wind long after the fact.

The Stock Market’s Da Vinci Code sounds like some kind of a weird conspiracy theory to be sure. The Invisible Hand is at it again!

To summarize, the market has been manipulated heavily in the last ten or fifteen years, now all we have to do is connect the dots. The stock market has never risen so quickly in such a short period of time.

Financial institutions are completely out of control and they are juicing the stock market at unprecedented levels.

How long can this voodoo magic continue before the bottom falls out and the whole thing comes crashing down? Let’s party like it’s 1929!

The Dow Jones Industrial Average, 1928–1930


Black Tuesday, October 24, 1929………………………………….