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Clyde Lewis | June 28, 2021
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I wanted to start the show by saying that I am not going to talk about the declassified UFO reports. It was only 9 pages out of 74. Everything I said was going to happen with the report happened. I did two interviews with both Dr, Avi Loeb and Ralph Blumenthal who is the New York Times reporter who broke the story about the Navy investigation back in 2017.

I am not going to talk about the relentless heat wave that we are experiencing in this country, especially in the Pacific Northwest where we are now one of the hottest places on Earth right now — we would see Phoenix, Arizona as a cool retreat.

The reason is simply because we already did a show about this weather and we told everyone to prepare for it. I don’t want to sound like a broken record — playing the same tune saying prepare, prepare, prepare but now the ball is rolling in this summer of transition.

There are so many things that seem so out of place right now that I am curious as to whether or not people are waking up to the truth .

The truth is simple –the people who do dismiss warnings of treachery, the mocking class, need a history lesson about evil and how they tend to dismiss the warnings as mere conspiracy theory.

The more common picture of evil is, perhaps, rather childish in comparison. The cartoon bad guy who simply enjoys being mean. The sadistic psycho who gets his kicks peeling off people’s skin. The Bond villain who rejoices in being bad. The cackling witch who’ll get you and your little dog too.

It’s almost reassuring to think of villains that way. Caricatures who possess traits we can’t imagine in ourselves. But that’s not the real nature of true evil in the modern world. Evil is beyond sadism, beyond malignity. The greatest evils of our time weren’t done with wicked smiles, but by the sigh of a work-a-day clerk.

Evil is quite banal and curiously impersonal.

Chaos is welcomed by this who wish to see the world burn — their goal is to make people suffer — those who commit acts of evil do not see the faces of those who suffer so they pay no mind to the consequences of what they do — it is done for what they see is necessary.

If you recall in the Avengers films, Thanos thought that wiping out half the planet made him a humanitarian, thinking that the world would thank him for removing the surplus mouth that needed to be fed.

He could not be bothered by the tragedy that it would bring to a lot of people.

This is the kind of evil I am talking about .

Not because those that commit these acts or treachery think it’s right, not even because they secretly enjoy being wrong. They don’t see right or wrong any more. Only opinion polls and balance sheets. They serve the machinery of power now and have lost themselves completely.

Why is it that otherwise perfectly intelligent, thoughtful and rationally minded people balk at the suggestion that sociopaths are conspiring to manipulate and deceive them? And why will they defend this ill-founded position with such vehemence?

Thinking outside the box or in the margins is what a lot of people do to try and explain the bizarre nature of evil, treachery and banal criminal activity.

Evil that is carried out at the stroke of a pen or the push of a button. evil that happens because of negligence of ignorance.

Then things just happen — where there is no clear reason for it — call it an act of God if you will but when a series of coincidences seem to come from out of nowhere it is time to pay attention and to investigate the various theories and connect the dots — what follows may surprise you.

In the movie, X-Files: Fight the Future, Dr. Kurtzweil played by Martin Landau corners Mulder at a bar. He has some information about a Bombing of a federal building in Dallas. An FBI Agent was called in to diffuse the bomb but according to the Kurtzweil the agent never bothered to try an diffuse the bomb — he was there to make sure it detonated.

Mulder says with a snarl– “He just let it explode in his face, huh?”

The Federal Building apparently had the bodies of a little boy who was infected with an alien pathogen and the firemen tio who tried to save him.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency had a provisional medical quarantine office there, which is where the bodies were found.

Kurtzweil explained to Mulder “But that’s the thing … the thing you didn’t know. The thing you’d never think to check. Those people were already dead.”

The special agent that was there to diffuse the bombing was a 20-year veteran of the FBI and the let the building blow up to hide the evidence of a number of fireman and a little boy who were infected with an alien pathogen.

Mulder found it hard to believe that anyone could be so evil as to take down a building at the expense of human lives just to protect a classified secret.

Mulder may not have believed what he was told but as he rode off in his cab — he thought about it — he thought about it deeply.

The Champlain Towers condo building collapse has been in the headlines for days and while the headlines make it sound like the authorities are carrying out a search and rescue — it may be just as well to call it a recovery effort or call the rubble a mass grave.Cause of Miami condo collapse unclear, but experts say barrier islands present risks

Ten people are confirmed dead.

151 people are still unaccounted for on Day Five of the massive search-and-rescue effort that has drawn international help and speculation on what caused the sudden collapse of an occupied 12-story condominium in the middle of the night.

The building collapsed just days before a deadline for condo owners to start making steep payments toward more than $9 million in repairs that had been recommended nearly three years earlier, in a report that warned of “major structural damage.”

From sinkholes to concrete-weakening saltwater intrusion, theories abound on what caused the condominium tower to collapse with no warning.

Buildings just don’t collapse like this — and footage taken from a security camera reminds us of videos we have seen of buildings that come down by controlled demolition.

We have been told that the the land on which Champlain Towers sits has been gradually sinking, according to a study published last year by an environmental professor at Florida International University.

But the professor, Shimon Wdowinski, cautioned against blaming the collapse on the caving ground. The study used satellite data collected between 1993 to 1999 to study the sinking of land in Norfolk, Virginia, and Miami Beach.

Speculation about whether or not roof work caused the collapse as another theory is cited as construction at a nearby building that might cause vibrations that weakened Champlain Towers.

Yes, these are all theories; however, none of them are shown to be the root cause.

Interesting that there are no theories about sabotage — or the intentional destruction of the building. The question of any good conspiracy theorist would be –“motive” and what would make this building so special?

Well, believe it or not, there are some theories that may or may not make this building a special target — that all the more would sound like an X-Files episode if they hadn’t appeared one fright after the other — one was the Champlain collapse and the other was the death of John McAfee.John McAfee Dead: Antivirus Software Creator Dies in Prison - Variety

John McAfee the creator of McAfee antivirus software was found dead in his cell on Wednesday while awaiting extradition to the United States. His widow on Friday demanded a “thorough investigation” of his death, though Spanish authorities have said everything at the scene in his cell indicated that he killed himself.

John McAfee’s lawyer said he was in constant contact with the anti-virus software tycoon and that he gave no indication whatsoever he was about to commit suicide.

John McAfee’s wife publicly claimed that the US wanted him to “die in prison” — just three days before he was found hanged in his cell.

“Now the US authorities are determined to have John die in prison to make an example of him for speaking out against the corruption within their government agencies,” she wrote.

He too had earlier warned of a possible conspiracy, comparing it to ongoing rumors about late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide in his Manhattan lockup in August 2019.

“Know that if I hang myself, a la Epstein, it will be no fault of mine,” McAfee had earlier warned.

He also got a tattoo that said “$WHACKD” noting that if he was found dead having committed suicide, it wouldn’t be him — he said that he would be “whacked.”John McAfee had 'WHACKD' tattoo and once said if he was ever found dead in 'suicide' he 'DIDN'T kill himself'

Now keep in mind that there was ample reason for him to take his own life. His death occurred just hours after the Spanish National Corp approved his extradition to the US. If found guilty he would have spent the rest of his life in prison.

He could have easily plotted to kill himself as his final act of defiance knowing full well that it would be blamed on US authorities and would become a a wet dream for conspiracy theorists.

Well, so far, it certainly is compelling.

It is also quite indicative that something is bizarre when someone posted a huge letter Q on his Instagram after he was found dead?John McAfee's Instagram posts 'Q' image minutes after his death is reported | The Independent

It was said to be a “Dead Man’s Switch” indicating that there is more to come in this bizarre story.

Many times McAfee has stated that he had collected files dealing with corruption in governments saying that he would name names and pointed out that he had dirt on the CIA and that he had 31 terabytes of incriminating data that he would release to the press.

Now that he is dead speculation ran rampant at where that 31 plus terabytes were kept.

Twitter apparently gave us a juicy conspiracy theory — The Champlain Condos in Miami. I was sent a numerous e-mails asking why I was not reporting that John McAfee owned a unit at the building that collapsed, the address of the building was 8777 Collins Avenue South. It was claimed the tweet was issued June 8, 2021.

The tweet stated that he had a place he lived in near 88th Street and Collins Avenue. The Champlain Condos were located at 8855 Collins Ave.

It’s highly unlikely that this message was posted and subsequently deleted from McAfee’s account. Not only is there no trace of the original tweet , but after McAfee’s death, social media users archived hundreds of tweets that had been posted by McAfee, presumably because they thought the account could be deleted.

Besides who would be that stupid to keep files of importance in a building unattended — wouldn’t they be best left in a safe or with someone he trusted?

Usually tweets such as these are used to distract people from other possible conspiracy connections that are just as compelling if no more revealing about why strange things happen randomly.

For example:

Ken Griffin, of Citadel Securities, the Hedge Fund involved in the shorting of AMC and GME stocks, owned several condos and a penthouse along Collins Ave. in Surfside. He’s been gradually selling off these properties since December.

He just closed the deal on the sale of his penthouse two days before the building collapse. This was his last property on Collins and was quite a ways from the building that collapsed. His reason for selling—at LESS than the asking price: He was dissatisfied with plans for construction in a vacant lot adjacent to his building.

One of the families missing in the collapse appears to have connections to someone who works at Arcturus Therapeutics in San Diego, California. Arcturus Therapeutics is a leading clinical-stage messenger RNA medicines company focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of therapeutics for rare diseases and vaccines.Singapore-Arcturus coronavirus vaccine candidate on track for 2021 delivery

They’re working on a one-shot mRNA COVID-19 vaccine. And it just happens that the CEO of Arcturus used to be CEO of another mRNA research company in San Diego who conducted a disastrous clinical trial on a Covid19 vaccine in January 2020 that sent several people to the hospital. Chief Executive Officer Joseph E. Payne, who was dismissed from Arcturus because of bad business practices and alleged improprieties with intellectual property. he now has been reinstated as CEO after a court battle.

One of Arcturus’ board members was a man by the name of James Barlow who worked for Allergan Pharmaceuticals for many years. There may have been some relationship between Barlow and a resident of the collapsed building.

Following McAfee’s death, there were file references on his Instagram. One of them led to a page about researchers in an unnamed Pharmaceutical company that was studying the effects of Nano ferritin and mRNA. The same research as what was being carried out by Arcturus.

Ferritin is a major iron storage protein found in humans and most living organisms.

Pharmaceutical companies have been working on human ferritin iron oxide nano-composite magnetic resonance particles for years. They are used in contrast agents and in vaccines, guiding magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles with the help of an external magnetic field to its target is the principle behind the development of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles as novel drug delivery vehicles.

These are called SPIONS– and wouldn’t you know it? Many people believed that this is the reason magnets are sticking to the areas where they have received the vaccine.

Strange connections indeed– it is a simply a matter of degrees in separation that a lark conspiracy theory can dig up all sorts of information about strange connections and bedfellow especially in the world of conspiracy theory.

Throughout human history, those comfortable in the consensus have shown utter contempt for the lonely voices who threaten to upend the prevailing worldview. And yet, without those courageous enough to speak their truth, we would live in a perpetual Dark Ages.

People may be rusty in their conspiracy theories – but misinformation travels on the internet a lot faster than that which is analyzed after the fact.

I guess you can believe what you want to believe but the nuances ignored for the sensational need to be put into perspective—hey, I would love to sit down with you and talk about the outrageous idea that the Champlain condos were taken down by direct energy weapons, or that McAfee lived there and just happened to leave his 31 terabyte flash drive next to his unpaid tax bills on the fridge – but there are many things that can distract you from what might be leads to an even more complex conspiracy theory.

This is why conspiracy theories are ridiculed – but that should not be a cause for dismissing them completely.

History catalogs the machinations of liars, thieves, bullies and narcissists and their devastating effects. In modern times too, evidence of corruption and extraordinary deceptions abound. We know, without question, that politicians lie and hide their connections and that corporations routinely display utter contempt for moral norms – that corruption surrounds us. We know that revolving doors between the corporate and political spheres, the lobbying system, corrupt regulators, the media and judiciary mean that wrongdoing is practically never brought to any semblance of genuine justice. We know that the press makes noise about these matters occasionally but never pursues them with true vigor.

We know that in the intelligence services and law enforcement wrongdoing on a breathtaking scale is commonplace and that, again, justice is never forthcoming. We know that governments repeatedly ignore or trample on the rights of the people, and actively abuse and mistreat the people.

None of this is controversial.

However, it is seriously ignorant to believe that all of the evil doers are in jail — and that those in laces of power care about you — or anything else but the power they hold over people.

The tediously common response from the conspiracy denier is, ‘there couldn’t be a conspiracy that big’.

Governments perform the vilest and most unthinkable ‘experiments’ on their own people without consequence. Politicians habitually lie to our faces, without consequence. And on and on. At what point, exactly, does a conspiracy become so big that ‘they’ just couldn’t get away with it, and why?

The biggest ‘medical’ and pharmaceutical corporations in the world can go for decades treating the settling of court cases as mere business expenses, for crimes ranging from the suppressing of adverse test events to multiple murders resulting from undeclared testing and iatrogenic accidents.

So take a moment and think back to the X-Files movie and the conversation between Fox Mulder and Doctor Kurzweil, where Mulder finds it hard to believe that anyone could be so evil as to take down a building at the expense of human lives just to protect a secret and then think about what has been in the news that past couple of days – and you start to get a clearer picture as to why conspiracy theorists can think about secrets that can be buried in rubble and how eccentric virus software tycoons can be uninstalled just as easily.

Written by Clyde Lewis

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