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She Said - He Wed: Kelly Jones Interview Raises Questions

Before getting into this post's intricate details, I first want to say a few things about Alex Jones. First I think he has "awakened" millions of people to what our government (or most governments in general) is capable of. I was one of them. His work on exposing and questioning the official story of what happened on September 11, 2001 was groundbreaking. That being said, after awakening so many people in the early 2000s it is disappointing to see him "walk back"much of the research that he has done on the subject in the past 18 years.

He appeared on a recent episode of Coast2Coast am with host George Noory , Jones states that he now believes the attacks on September 11, 2001 were caused by a government "stand down" order which allowed Saudi hijackers to carry out their missions.

The problem with this is that Jones made his video documentary "9-11 Road to Tyranny" so well that it is preposterous to believe that the attacks were successful m…

Only You Can Prevent Forrestal Fires

John McCain has died this weekend at the age of 81. He was a naval aviator, a p.o.w. and a senator.

Dubbed a "Maverick" for his independent political views many considered him a hero.

Many but not everyone.

A post I found on the Facebook Group "The Eagle Eye" pointedly takes a different path in the description of the Senator, a far different eulogy than the lovefest the media is publishing. From the Eagle Eye:

" This is my opinion page, so I can say what I want here. If you loved John McCain, then I advise you not to read any further! I will say that the death if John McCain has been a difficult loss for his family, although maybe they feel relief knowing he isn't suffering anymore. But, from my standpoint, I'll be blunt. McCain was a kiss ass middle of the roader doing what was politically correct, NOT what was right for our country. Obama won his first Presidential term because of McCain. McCain was a loser (and was rejected just like Mitt Romney). …

Rogan's Rules

Admittedly I don't watch or listen to many episodes of The Joe Rogan experience but when I saw Shooter Jennings was scheduled to appear on Rogan's program I tuned in to watch.

I'm not a fan of all Shooter Jennings music but I must say I am a fan of most of it. His new album "Shooter" is a honky tonk masterpiece.

Music aside, I have to admire Shooter for being his own man. He has an independent spirit which has led him to not only become a singer / songwriter but also led him to start his own record company of which he is president.

Naively, I expected Rogan to ask questions regarding Shooter Jennings' new album but instead all I saw was Rogan baiting Jennings into questions regarding Alex Jones and conspiracy related subjects. When Jennings tried to answer them Rogan would either talk over or interrupt him.

You can't mention Alex Jones these days without approaching the subject of the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting. It was during this discussion that Ro…

Oklahoma Veteran Arrested for Defending Himself Against Alleged Meth- Maker

On the evening of April 14, 2014 Edwin Turlington, a U.S. Army Veteran and Private Investigator who lives in Delaware County, Oklahoma noticed two men starting a fire on adjacent property owned by his brother. Ed tells me, "When I purchased the property it was land locked so my brother purchased the property next to it so I would not have to get an easement."

The incident has placed Mr. Turlington in a four year legal battle and facing a 10 year sentence if convicted.
Mr. Turlington states he:

"Found three strangers, including convicted drug dealer Darrell Philpott cooking Meth on land his brother recently contracted for and already acquired the right to possess. Relying on his law enforcement training and experience, Ed realized the men had taken the license plates off their truck, which is a significant indicator they were going out into the community with bad intentions. Ed executed a citizen's arrest in accordance with Oklahoma statutes. Rather than submit to t…

Timothy Reeves Post War Work

I found a neat little book entitled "Historical Sketches of the Baptists of Southeast Missouri".

I found a little sketch of Timothy Reeves who was a Baptist preacher before the war. During the war he was a hard fighting commander of the 15th Missouri Cavalry C.S.A.

I had read in other publications that Reeves returned to his previous profession following the war and apparently he pursued it with the same vigor that he exercised  as a cavalry commander during the War Between the States.

In the following information is found:

"In 1866, after the war, Elder Timothy Reeves (whom the book spells Reaves) submitted a good report on of missionary work done by him that year in the bounds of the Association-having baptized over 80 persons and organized  five new churches. "




Union War Crimes / Northeast Missouri

Digitization of archives has opened more opportunities for information than one could ever imagine. Tonight I was browsing through the Confederate Scrap-Book and stumbled upon a Union war crime that occured in Northeast Missouri.

A report of a Colonel Owens who was executed without trial despite the fact that he was a commissioned officer in the Second Division, Missouri State Guard.


The Toppling of "Silent Sam"

By now most of you who keep up with news that affects Southern history and heritage know that last night, at around 9:20 pm eastern time , a group of communists pulled down the statue of "Silent Sam" on the University of North Carolina campus.

According to Wikipedia:

"The statue was funded by the University Alumni and the United Daughters of the Confederacy. It was erected in 1913 as a memorial to the Confederate alumni who lost their lives in the American Civil War and all students who joined the Confederate States Army.

More than one thousand members of the university fought in the American Civil War in either the Northern or Southern armies, comprising at least 40% of the student body. The University remained open through the entire war. This was due to President Swain's policy of dependency on men unfit for combat.

A bronze image on the front of the memorial depicts a young student dropping his books as he looks up to answer a call to duty. On the base of the s…

Vandalism in Missouri: Extracted from a Denver Newspaper

I was scrolling through an archived compilation of Confederate Veteran Magazine  (Volume XX 1912 )when I stumbled upon this interesting tidbit written by a Mrs. B.A.C. Emerson. The term "Vandalism" does not seem harsh enough given the subject of this article, Union war crimes against civilians in the Independence, Missouri area during the War for Southern Independence.

Below is the photocopied article in its entirety.








They Fought Like Devils

I don't know if people like my conspiracy posts or history posts more but I write about what I stumble upon and at the moment I'm still perusing the stories in "Reminiscences of the Boys in Gray"  and decided to write about J.F. Smith who was from South Carolina and attending school in Kansas City, Missouri at the war's outbreak.

Smith writes:

I got me a gun and a knife and a one barrel pistol and as a walked through the line of the Kansas Jayhawkers and Sturgis' U.S. troops I said: " Goodbye boys; I'm going to join Price's army and fight you fellows." - J.F. Smith The Jayhawkers responded that he was a fool to tell them his intentions and if caught out of the city , he would be hanged but Smith slipped past them eventually joining the Missouri State Guards in time for the Battle of Lexington, Missouri. It his recollection of this story which (if true) solves the mystery of why General Price abandoned Lexington after capturing it.  I always t…

Missourian Recounts Capture of the U.S.S. Maple Leaf

I was searching archive.org for Confederate connections in Southeast Missouri when I stumbled upon
"Reminiscences of the boys in gray, 1861-1865" within this collection is the story of R.T. Seckel, a Texas born Southerner who had moved to Missouri and enlisted as a Lieutenant Colonel of Engineers under Brigadier General M. Jeff Thompson.
Seckel was wounded at the Battle of Fredericktown, Missouri  and was later captured in Broomtown, Missouri on March 1 , 1863. He was sent to Myrtle Street prison in St. Louis, Missouri. From St. Louis he was to be sent to Fort Delaware and it was during this time he found himself on the U.S.S. Maple Leaf.
Seckel states:
" I was taken out on exchange but for some reason that order was countermounded and I was sent to Fort Delaware. On the way to Fort Delaware, off the coast of North Carolina , I was approached by one of the prisoners and told that there would be an effort to capture the ship. She was a large steamer named "Maple Leaf…

Dixie Heritage Hour: Interview #1

I had the pleasure of talking with Dr. Ed DeVries of Dixie Heritage earlier this week. Our conversation lasted four hours which will be edited down to three separate interviews. The first has been released and covers my book "Blood in the Ozarks"  , revelations regarding recently released court documents in which Southern Poverty Law Center founder Morris Dees was accused of trying to molest his (then) 18 year old step-daughter (originally published by Big League Politics) and how the SPLC attacked me for trying to have a Missouri Battle Flag hoisted at the grave of Confederate Colonel William Jeffers Grave in Jackson , Missouri.  Penny (my Jack Russell Terrier) makes a surprise appearance as well. So without further adieu my interview with Dr. Ed DeVries...

The Time Government Tried to Commit Murder by Grizzly Bear

In the mid 1980’s the U. S. Forestry Service attempted to murder hunting guide Billy Hill by using a drugged, starving grizzly bear. Hill was saved by two bow hunters and even though Hill and the hunters reported the incident, the three men found themselves being prosecuted. As crazy as this story sounds there was a method to the government’s madness. Hill owned a 580 acre ranch but it is what lie beneath it that interested  them. Join Andrew Carrington Hitchcock with special guests Patricia Aiken and Billy Hill as they share this amazing story of government corruption and greed. Click on the link below to listen to this amazing story.

https://andrewcarringtonhitchcock.com/2018/08/16/the-andrew-carrington-hitchcock-show-751-billy-hill-and-patricia-aiken-government-treachery-montana-style/

The Story Within the Story: Hypocrisy of Northern Slavery Revealed

Today the Drudge Report linked to a story published in the Burlington Free Press. The headline reads "
Christine Hallquist is the first transgender nominee. Here are 6 times Vermont was a social frontrunner"
The obvious focal point the reader is drawn to is the news that Christine Hallquist is the first transgender political nominee in the history of the nation but it's something buried within the story that got my attention. It reads:
"1777: Vermont leads colonies in abolishing adult slavery" which provides the following information:
"Before it was a state in the union, Vermont was the first of the colonial territories to abolish adult slavery. While this didn't always translate into actual practice, it was written into the state's constitution adopted the same year. Some historians have said that the slavery section of Vermont's constitution had loopholes since it didn't apply to children. Vermont officially became a state in 1791"
He…

Was the City of Charlottesville "Trolled" With Phone on Unite the Right Anniversary?

Stunning news from an unlikely source claims that the City of Charlottesville was trolled through a cell phone which was provided to controversial City Council member Wes Bellamy.

Daily Stormer claims:

"In the months prior to the anniversary of the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, someone I was in contact with via Ricochet was detailing his crew’s immaculate work in creating a false trail that lead a single Charlottesville city official to believe there would be a flash demonstration in Charlottesville this year. The absolutely stunning work these people did involved reverse engineering the message storage file format on mobile phones. Then they created a mobile phone that contained forged conversations. The forgery had many conversations involving several of the the figures in the first Unite The Right rally, made to appear as if they planned a subsequent surprise event on this year’s anniversary.

The mobile phone was shipped solely to Wes Bellamy, a member of the Charlo…

Tech Left / Deep State Find Loophole in Combating Info War

In the pre-dawn hours of August 6, 2018, social media platforms YouTube, Facebook and Spotify banned Alex Jones.

Pre-dawn is the time of day in which most military operations are carried out and in this case, it is no coincidence that these social media platforms launched their surgical strike at this time.

What is the first thing that is taken out with a military surgical strike? The communications systems of the enemy it is attacking.

For years the alternative media has used social media as a way of sharing news and information. Social media has allowed alternative news media to circumvent the mainstream media's role as gatekeeper allowing alternative news media and independent writers to share information with like minded individuals and organizations.

Alternative news media asks the questions that the mainstream outlets refuse to and it is no coincidence that the mainstream outlets don't ask these questions. Most people have never heard of "Operation Mockingbird"…

Is D'Souza's "Death" Alienating the Republican's Biggest Voting Block?

Dinesh D'Souza's "Death of a Nation" is turning out to be a flop. In fact, it is his coldest opening yet as a documentary filmmaker.

The Wrap.Com reports:

"After making a name for himself with documentaries taking on Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza returned to theaters this weekend with “Death of a Nation,” a new film in praise of President Donald Trump. But D’Souza’s fourth film has posted the lowest opening weekend of his career, with $2.3 million from 1,032 screens for a per screen average of $2,248.

Released two months after Trump granted D’Souza a presidential pardon for making illegal campaign contributions in 2014 — a charge for which the filmmaker pled guilty — “Death of a Nation” compares Trump to Abraham Lincoln"

I must not confess I have not watched this movie but I have read enough stories about it and have seen all the trailers.  This is what Wikipedia has to say about it:
"Death of a Nation: Can We…

Revealed: SPLC Co-Founder Accused of Trying to Molest Step-Daughter

Chances are that if you're reading this you have heard of The Southern Poverty Law Center. The non for profit legal organization that has provided information to law enforcement and is a "go to" source of information by almost every reporter that encounters a "controversial" story.
Widely known for its defense of Civil Rights the SPLC has filled its coffers defending the oppressed and exposing hate-groups, at least that is how the organization wants to be perceived. The reality is that the SPLC has made their millions by twisting the facts. They would have the public believe there is a Klansman hiding behind every tree and a Nazi at every podium. 
I once found myself in their crosshairs by proposing to hoist a Missouri Battle Flag at the grave of Missouri Confederate Colonel William Jeffers in Jackson, Missouri. The ironic thing about their opposition to this "hate-crime"is the fact that after the war, Jeffers formed a militia to combat the Klan.
I d…

South-Africa Vows to Legalize Theft of White Property

RT is reporting that it's government is moving forward with plans to change it's constitution in order to legally allow the seizure of White-owned property. According to RT:

"The ANC will through the parliamentary process finalize the proposed amendment to the constitution that outlines more clearly the conditions under which expropriation of land without compensation can be effected," Ramaphosa, a prominent trade union leader and a close associate of Nelson Mandela, said in a televised address on Tuesday."

RT also reported that a Boer delegation met with Russian officials seeking resettlement in that country's farming region and that Russia is considering accepting up to 500 families in the process.
There are a lot of things going on in this article. The first key to understanding what is going on in the country is that their most powerful leaders  were close associates of Nelson Mandela and that despite the (eh hum excuse the pun) whitewashing of the hist…