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Ron Patton | March 27, 2018



There are a few of us that have had experience analyzing conspiracy theory. For some, it is a hobby and for others, it is way to fill in the blanks that the mainstream narrative does not fill. However, there is a warning to every conspiracy theorist and that all theories should be approached with a bit of caveat emptor as the buyer should beware that some theories are dead ends and even though the theory may point out a bit of truth, the consequences of giving some fuzzy logic is an attack on the credibility of the theorist or someone that pushed a controversial theory.

Information now spreads like a wild fire because social networks are effective for pushing a conspiracy theory that has an agenda behind it. I try to avoid these obvious attempts at disinformation and I would hope that people would stop and analyze whether or not a run of the mill theory basically supports your confirmation bias.

Fact checks and websites who claim to know it all like Snopes, also can discount certain things because they have agendas too and they also have their hidden political leanings that discredit some theories while boos others.

All things are allegedly verified by self-proclaimed experts. Many people will say that if the experts don’t talk about it, then it must not be important or appropriate to speak about.

However, there are basics which have been given to us by a lot of the myth makers and writers of our time that may in fact know more than they care to reveal. Many reveal things through fiction, and that fiction becomes part of the predictive programming process and the revelation of the method becomes commonly acceptance truth in the zeitgeist.

It is all hidden in plain sight they say; however, it is hard to know where to look for that kernel of truth.

Social networks can be a necessary evil and they provide instant access to things and information that in the past we would have to wait for. The same goes for Twitter. Thanks to social networking, we are now subjected to what can be called disposable information that we can equal to gossip or throw away ideas that link you to a mini URL that you can either browse or ignore depending on your interest.

It can also become an unsavory environment as people who post their opinions feel they can safely belittle people, because they will never have to face them and it can be liberating for some people to leave behind a social dig, and of course, the perpetrator thinks it is harmless.

Well, we can argue over whether or not it is harmless, but that isn’t the point. The point is the media is now wrestling for relevance and has decided to take information they don’t like and label it fake news and also create these McCarthyesque witch hunts to somehow link certain independent websites with Russia.

We reported back in 2016 about Cambridge Media being used by politicians long before it was used as another tool to discredit Donald Trump. No one would have even cared about the abuse of domestic spying hadn’t it been for his victory. No one would be trying to bring down Facebook and none of the social networks and You Tube would be scrambling to take down conspiracy theory websites and videos that report inconvenient data or data that criticizes that mainstream narrative that has now become the arbitrator for the so-called resistance.

The media has now become utterly useless in providing information and in depth investigation into the unanswered questions about the events that have happened that have certainly left an impact on our lives.

Since all is fair in this down and dirty media war, it appears that guilt by association is now the social nuclear bomb, when it comes to mudslinging.

So I am about to do demonstrate that maybe a little guilt by association is key to uncovering some conspiracy theory that has nothing to do with Russian collusion.

In the United States it is fair to point out a little collusion between the FBI and known Lone wolf shooters and the impact they have in shaping culture and changing laws that certainly take away our rights.

After the tragic shooting in Parkland, Florida last month, we have been chastised by young people about how we don’t care about them or the lives of other kids because of how we still honor the Second Amendment to the Constitution.

They have staged walk outs that they call “protests” or “uprisings” that were given widespread coverage on all mainstream media networks to call for the disarming of Americans.

However, keep in mind that when schools support these walkouts and governments are okay with kids walking out of schools, it is not a protest nor is it an uprising – it is merely a demonstration. Marching for change used to mean that you were standing up to the government to demand more or equal rights.

Activism involves challenging the establishment and what these kids were tricked into doing is not activism.

In this recent so-called revolt, no rules are broken and when young people are demanding that certain rights be taken away, they soon find that what is asked for is usually given, but in a way that is similar to a deal with the devil.

You see the cheerleaders of this movement, David Hogg, Emma González and the other students have now realized that when you push the government to take away rights, they get what they ask for – and it is not always what they want.

They begged the state to take away the right to bear arms — the state; however, took away their right to privacy.

Last week the Broward County School system announced its plan to violate the students’ right to privacy be implementing a clear backpack policy.

David Hogg, the darling of CNN was the first to decry the policy.

“It’s unnecessary, it’s embarrassing for a lot of the students and it makes them feel isolated and separated from the rest of American school culture where they’re having essentially their First Amendment rights infringed upon because they can’t freely wear whatever backpack they want regardless of what it is,” Hogg said.


Ironically, David Hogg is more than happy to trample all over the 2nd Amendment, but touch his First Amendment right, which is upheld by the second, and you are a fascist.

“One of the other important things to realize are many students want their privacy. There are many, for example, females in our school that when they go through their menstrual cycle, they don’t want people to see their tampons and stuff,” he explained.

“What we should have is just more policies that make sure that these students are feeling safe and secure in their schools and not like they’re being fought against like it’s a prison,” he added.

Oh the irony of it all.

This of course is on the heels of what Retired Supreme court Justice John Paul Stevens has said about the Second Amendment.

Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens believes the students and demonstrators who protested this past weekend for gun control should seek a repeal of the Second Amendment.

He added, “Overturning that decision via a constitutional amendment to get rid of the Second Amendment would be simple and would do more to weaken the NRA’s ability to stymie legislative debate and block constructive gun control legislation than any other available option.”

However, what is puzzling is that it would not be that easy to do.

What baffles me is that all of this sympathetic and emotional response to the student protesters is ignoring the elephant in the room and that is the failure of the FBI in this case and several high profile cases where people have been killed by lone wolf of lone nut shooters.

If you did deep enough you will find that there seems to be a family tree that connects lone wolf assassins with the alphabet agencies and how all of these shootings and cover-ups seem to be part of the family business.

In the past, convenient Lone Wolves used to patsy Lone Nuts and if you trace them through the psychopathic family tree, you begin to see their acts are not solely their own.

Lee Harvey Oswald was a “Lone Nut” who we are told acted alone in the assassination of John F. Kennedy – as history as unraveled, and as documents have gradually we know that there were shadowy actors that were behind the scenes calling the shots. You cannot read any book or investigation on the JFK case without hearing about collusion with the CIA, FBI, KGB, the mob and Castro.

Conveniently, Oswald was gunned down by another intelligence asset Jack Ruby before he could face a trial; this again, creating the power of an anonymity.

James Earl Ray the alleged assassin of Dr. Martin Luther King was often confused as to why he was implicated in the shooting. He claimed he was manipulated and framed by a shady agent whom researchers suspect was linked to the F.B.I or the Memphis Police.

Sirhan Sirhan is another Lone Nut operative that was the known assassin of Robert F. Kennedy. He is said to be one of the first known triggered assassins — a victim of the CIA’s MK Ultra program.

Of course later, we learned of Charles Manson who was said to be the master planner of the Tate/LaBianca murders. His ties were deeply connected to CIA mind control groups and the Process Church of the Final Judgment – a Satanist Scientology hybrid that was also that same religion followed by Son of Sam killer, David Berkowitz.

Lone Nuts Mark David Chapman and John Hinckley Junior both had ties to the CIA fronted religion World Vision, who had a strange interest in purchasing Jonestown after Jim Jones led hundreds of followers into a suicide pact resulting in 909 people taking Kool-Aid laced with cyanide, a third of them children.

World Vision did espionage work for the CIA in South America and Southeast Asia.

The Aurora shooter James Holmes another so-called lone gunman was found to be part of a U.S. government research project headed by the Salk Institute that included neurologically enhancing soldiers’ abilities on the battlefield.

In the case of the Boston Bombing it was revealed that members of bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s family were FBI informants.

His brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev was later revealed to be an FBI Informant.

No one doubts that the Tsarnaev brothers were guilty of something. However, like a judge who refuses to admit evidence into a trial that might unduly influence a jury to consider anything beyond simple guilt or innocence, the FBI seems to be taking great pains to stifle any information that would cause the public to question the role of the feds in the events leading up to the tragedy of April 15, 2013.

It was also revealed yesterday that Pulse Nightclub gunman Omar Mateen’s father was an informant for the FBI.

As you can see it appears that the FBI is not only the Federal Bureau of Investigation – but the Family Bureau of Investigation.

It looks like keeping the family secret of harboring potential shooters and terrorists is common for the alphabet agencies that are supposed to protect us and our constitutional rights.

A few days ago, an IT specialist named Dan Cromer apparently did some digging and his research shows that allegedly David Hogg and Emma Gonzalez are cousins.

Now mind you Cromer does not provide sources, only that he has claimed to have used paid look up sources to make connections that may or may not be accurate. If true then the idea of the FBI family tree holds true the case of the Parkland Florida shooting as well.

Cromer concludes that David Hogg’s father, a former FBI agent, is named Kevin Hogg.

A search on the paid-subscription people search engine, TruthFinder for “Kevin Hogg, Parkland, Florida says that Kevin Ralph Hogg, age 51, who lives in Parkland, FL, has a relative named Katherine J. Gonzalez, age 52.

Kevin Ralph Hogg‘s profile on TruthFinder says that his wife is Rebecca Boldrick and that in 2014, he moved from Torrance, CA to Parkland, FL.

According to TruthFinder, the birth name of Katherine J. Gonzalez who lives in Rancho Santa Margarita, CA is Katherine J. Hogg, which suggests she and Kevin Hogg are siblings.

Kevin Hogg and Katherine Gonzalez share two relatives: Dorothy J. Hogg, age 83, and Robert L. Hogg, age 84, who both live in Mission Viejo, CA.

Robert L. Hogg’s timeline has the births of three children:

Robert Hogg in March 1957.

Katherine Gonzalez in May 1965.

Kevin Ralph Hogg in February 1967.

From this, we can assume that Kevin Hogg and Katherine Gonzalez are siblings, which means their respective offspring are allegedly cousins.

However once again I say caveat emptor because there is no trace of any Emma or Emma Gonzalez in Kathy Gonzalez’s Facebook page — not a photo; not among any of Kathy’s 50 Facebook friends. Nor is Emma Gonzalez a family member of Katherine Gonzalez, Kevin Hogg, or Dorothy Hogg, according to their profiles on TruthFinder.

Dan Cromer does not provide any evidence that Emma Gonzalez is the daughter of Katherine Gonzalez — and therefore, the cousin of David Hogg.

If any of this is true then again the irony and the patterns of the FBI family tree look like a six degrees of separation game.

Once again, the family connections seem to be mere conspiracy theory; however, the seriousness of what both Emma Gonzalez and David Hogg represent have given the entire country pause to reflect on gun violence and it has urged law makers and former judges to repeal the Second Amendment.

It also prompted 200,000 people to March in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to ban guns and again discuss the repeal of the Second Amendment.

Disagreement continues among legislators over the appropriate response after the Florida school shooting that left 17 dead.

Terrible crimes committed for no identifiable reason disturb us—we feel more comfortable if we can attribute the carnage to a cause. Some of those who want new gun control laws don’t understand what this means and how difficult it will be to change the Constitution. They are programmed by the media to use an emotional attachment to the crime in order to infuse and even greater meaning to what would otherwise be an incomprehensible tragedy carried out by an assailant that we later learn has had ties through family or other means to the very agencies that have sworn to protect us.

Advocacy for a new law is an expression of the grief and outrage that always follows a terrible crime, and is expected.

However, the magnification of the tragedy does not entitle witnesses and those with anti-gun agendas to impugn the characters of those who believe in the Second Amendment.

When you advocate for only government to have guns, you are making the entire country a prison. If we want to know the future just look at what they are proposing for the schools – armed teachers, students with clear plastic back packs, students that wear name tags that now get no right to privacy.

This should be a lesson to would be revolutionaries—if you ask for a certain rights to be taken away, the government will take other rights away – they go for the low lying fruit by limiting your right to privacy and free speech.

The young people are demanding the country be disarmed and they do so without even thinking about the police state that they are asking to be mandatory.

Written by Ron Patton

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