5 Stars — Shocking Expose of US Intelligence False Flag Control Over Music Industry to Destroy Multiple Generations
It is now clear to me, as a former CIA spy and co-founder of the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity, that elements of the US secret intelligence world, both military and civilian, have been engaged in Satanic cult and mind-control activities, and have deliberately destroyed multiple generations of young, both white and black, with deliberate covert operations against the American public.
Laurel Canyon was evidently the test-bed for covert operations based out of the Lookout Mountain Laboratory.
I watched this video very carefully. I have come to three conclusions:
01 The Deep State with full complicity of the CIA and the FBI carried out an economic war against Russia in the 1990’s that led to the take down of Republic Bank and Martin Armstrong.
02 The CIA and the FBI framed Martin Armstrong and put him in jail for 12 years because he was insisting on access to the recorded tapes known to exist that would have exonerated him and because he refused to turn over the source code for his forecasting model.
6 Stars: A Superb Prequel to the Durham Indictments*
* Upgraded from 5 to 6 on basis of reader inputs related to the enormity of the crimes that our President has survived, with Mike Flynn’s help.
The author is expert on this topic in part because he wrote the New York Times bestseller The Plot Against the President: The True Story of How Congressman Devin Nunes Uncovered the Biggest Political Scandal in U.S. History.
I was most pleasantly surprised by the author’s excellent treatment of General Mike Flynn, whom I know. From the beginning of the book where the author makes it clear that Mike Flynn took a bullet for the President, to the concluding chapter where he celebrates Mike Flynn’s inevitable exoneration, the hero in this book is Mike Flynn.
6 Stars — Balances All Lies by Existing Authorities – We Have a Need to Know!
I am not a scientist, I cannot comprehend mathematics, and I found much of this book too escoteric for a word by word reading.
Having said that, I am persuaded that the author, a retired US Army Lieutenant Colonel and PhD with long experience in technical intelligence focused on the Soviet target, is sharing core knowledge on the intersection between biology and electromagnetics that we have a need to know.
5 Stars – Three Books in One — 9/11 Disclosure; Zionist Threat in Detail; and Role of Satanic Pedophilia as a Control Element
I cannot do this book justice in the way of a summary review as I did his most recent other book but as someone who has also published on 9/11 and taken a strong interest in the Zionist threat to the USA specifically and the world generally, I can certainly recommend this book most strongly after having gone through every page but not read every word.
At one level this is the most detailed book I have found that covers not just 9/11, but a variety of false flag operations and false narratives including the Oklahoma bombing and Waco. The criminality by the FBI and the Department of Justice that is detailed in this book could be used to bring indictments against a hundred or more serving or retired officers.
This is a summary review of a 741 page book that is so very important, so comprehensive, that I feel compelled to go far past my normal 4-6 page review and offer the enlightened and skeptical readers a 40 page summary with quotes and links.
My INTENT is to inspire purchase of the book even if only to browse multiple chapters. David Icke has produced a master work. The index alone is an education. I am the author of this review and have previously published it free online at https://phibetaiota.net, my personal blog. I have given myself permission to republish this as a Kindle for the convenience of those who love Kindle.
There are three kinds of holistic thinking: secular, ecological, and cosmic. With the exception of David Icke I know of no one, anywhere, who actually thinks holistically at all three levels (I fall short at the cosmic level).
Despite this book being a decade late (the author left CIA in 1998) and somewhat lacking in deep specifics, I have to give it five stars because my own personal experience suggests that the author’s gracious indictment of US counterintelligence is so desperately needed that it would be a crime to diminish this book. It’s central message is sound: counterintelligence is vital and the USA stinks at counterintelligence.