Send in the Clones: Donald Marshall and the Underworld

Donald Marshall’s testimony is among the most valuable to emerge from whistleblowers and also among the most disturbing. It’s chiefly known for documenting the Elite’s widespread use of cloning and cloning centres, as well as the parasitical effects of the Vril lizard on a human host. Marshall’s experiences in the centres make for grim reading, his gifts as a musical prodigy only having gone so far in protecting him from the torture, murder (of clone bodies) and debasement of the arena, where he’d be watched by gathered clones of celebrities and politicians. While Marshall touched on many different subjects over

White Hats X

As tends to be the case with White Hats posts, this is mainly something of a grab bag of loosely pertaining subjects from the past month or so. Some of the questions reference figures in the truther movement, largely due to suggestions they’ve made on subjects that begged further scrutiny. Others take in more general truther scuttle, of the sort that surfaces when any given celeb or person of profile has been awarded White Hat status (in general, caution is entirely reasonable, as it pays to be cynical). There’s the usual check on timings (as ever, everything is imminently pending).

Going Nuclear

Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the “Nuke Lie” Lie. So, it seems I’d been chasing the wrong conspiracy with this one. It’s almost inevitable that, when you think you’ve grasped the nettle of some subjects, you instead get stung to blue blazes. There’s long-standing theorising concerning the legitimacy of the nuke threat, and of nuclear technology generally, and as one who’d been dyed-in-the-wool terrified of all things atomic as a nipper, it took me a while to warm to it (mostly over the last three or four years). Warm to it I did, though, and it