The Upcoming Project



While the media obsesses on Donald Trump and the horse race that is the 2016 presidential primary season, real serious stuff is happening in the world which, too often, goes unreported.

Beyond this veil of mainstream media distraction is a global elite who, behind the scenes, pull the strings of puppets that are our world leaders, and, in doing so, determine the state of international affairs.

An inside view of how the world really runs requires identifying who its true rulers are. To that end, I will be blogging – in collaboration with Robert Lindsay – about these players, and what they do. For two to three months, Lindsay and I will feature a different world ruler each week on his website, “Beyond Highbrow”. It is a series we hope our readers will benefit from.


The Media is Not Normal



….. and Bernie Sanders is. That’s the reluctant conclusion perhaps that one staff writer with the Washington Post comes to, after conceding or acknowledging that Jon Stewart is hip with the public, and that the media is not. It’s an obvious reality to those in corporate media who can see past the DC. bubble.



See video. “Hillarity”


There are a lot of problems with the media, especially on cable news and in opinion editorials. For example, the fact that all their predictions are consistently wrong follows the law of propaganda nicely.

They ALL predicted in 2003 that Howard Dean would become the Democratic nominee.

They ALL said in 2007 that Hillary Clinton would become the Democratic nominee.

These are but just 2 examples of how they were wrong, but you can easily add a couple of zeros to that for all things political. In fact, the best indicator probably of what won’t happen is by listening to what the media says will happen.

Now, in 2015 they are all saying once again that Hillary Clinton will become the Democratic nominee. So will a scandal then befall Hillary? Will she be so inept at relating to other people that she loses her support and places 3rd again in Iowa?* Anything is possible in election politics, however improbable some things may be.

Hillary has huge advantages going into this race, and yet I don’t feel like she’ll become the nominee. She just isn’t general election material. She’s not cut out to be a general election candidate for the presidency. It’s not that she can’t be the nominee, it’s just that she doesn’t fit the type … the type who pulls it off. If she becomes the nominee, it is her who will be defying the odds, not Bernie Sanders.** She has lacked the instincts to get to that point.***

Hillary is not gifted as a politician the way her husband is; she’s not even gifted to the minimal degree that most successful politicians are. She’s lucky she ran against a belligerent man for the US Senate in 2000, and got to ride the wave of her outgoing president-husband’s popularity.

Most Americans will agree with Bernie Sanders on the issues. Most Americans will relate to him being himself, and like that. Americans are parched for honesty and realness. Will Bernie win? I won’t say that he won’t. But he isn’t going to go away for the convenience of Hillary Clinton.

* In January of 2008 Hillary Clinton finished third in the Iowa Caucus, behind Barack Obama… and John Edwards.

** Long story short, Bernie is popular.

*** 1) I’m far from alone in believing that she missed her moment – which was 2004. As someone once asked John F. Kennedy in 1959 while he was preparing for his presidential run, why he was running for the presidency already, Kennedy answered “When you’re hot, you’re hot.” When asked, “Why don’t you wait your turn and play it safe?” He answered, “No. Others will come. They will forget about me.” Unfortunately, Barack Obama came to understand this phenomena of timing, which is why he announced he was running for President just 2 years and 1 month after becoming a United States Senator.
2) Hillary voted for George Bush’s Iraq War resolution. This was not a vote of conscience. It was a strategy to help her look tough on national security, and it backfired. She then doubled down on her mistake by standing by her vote during the 2008 presidential run. The strategy there was to be resolute and to not appear weak. Instead, she just appeared more wrong.
3) She voted for the Patriot Act. Again, she thought that going along with the herd was the bad ass thing to do, because we were going to war and had to make changes! This would not be the last time that she’d play reckless with the nation’s future for self-serving interests.

“For not going with the flow, and for challenging Hillary Clinton, the big fish many elites have tagged as their own, Sanders’s entry into the race was greeted with story after story whose message—stated or understated, depending on the decorum of the messenger—was “This crank can’t win.” The trouble with this consensus is the paucity of evidence to support it. “This crank actually could win” is nearer the mark. But having settled on a prophecy, the media went about covering Sanders so as to fulfill it.”
“The foregoing would be woeful enough even were it true that Sanders has almost no chance of winning, but it’s not true.”

How To Go About Understanding Conspiracy in the Assassination of JFK


Conspiracy to Assassinate JFK, 101


Researching the assassination can be a monolithic undertaking and a confusing mess, especially for a beginner. The best way to initiate oneself into the study of the conspiracy is to pick one suspect – LBJ, the CIA, the Pentagon, Hoover, Secret Service – and read up on them. I don’t reccommend focusing on the Mafia or Cuban Exiles because they are not of the government. The source of this plot is rooted in the federal government, and that’s what’s of greatest significance. A criminal organization (the mob) and a militant organization (the anti-Castro fighters) were involved, but this was a coup d’état – the overthrow of our government by our government – and to this day, the government continues to cover up this act of treason as intensely as they did 50 years ago.

How This Came To Be


A phenomena existed where severe hatred towards JFK came from all the factions of power in government. In the Executive branch it was LBJ. It was the Allen Dulles loyalists in the CIA. In the Pentagon it was Curtis LeMay, among others. In the Secret Service the hatred for JFK among agents was pervasive and open. In the State Dept, the malfeasance of Henry Cabot Lodge suggests hatred. In the FBI there was J. Edgar Hoover and Clyde Tolson. Additionally, the government had two dangerous clients – the mafia, and Cuban Exile militants – thanks to their deranged campaign to take Cuba back from Castro. They too hated Kennedy.

Why It Came To This


As horror after horror happened at the hand of JFK (as the national security establishment saw it) – the betrayal at the Bay of Pigs, a pitiful sliver of aid to South Vietnam, what would result in the Cuban Missile Crisis and its outcome, a  rapprochement with Cuba on the horizon, an impending withdrawal from South Vietnam – alliances were formed among those who saw Kennedy’s elimination as a necessity.

Exploiting the Public Trust


The conspirators knew that the notion of all these different parties and individuals being involved was something the masses would scoff at. Americans had a profound trust in their government at the time, and it was inconceivable then that so many psychopaths were in charge of it. To this day, the prospect of the government gunning down Kennedy, a popular US President, is, to many, just too wild and outrageous a belief to be open minded about. Indeed, many mainstream personalities and anonymous individuals alike scorn the idea of conspiracy. They are hostile towards, and ridicule, those who believe in – not just the JFK conspiracy, but – almost any conspiracy. This is really, really dumb, but more on that later.


Onion-on-JFK


“Actually, there were probably dozens of plots to kill Kennedy, because everybody hated Kennedy but the public.” ~ Saint John Hunt 

An Overview

I go by Nominay. My interests are (but not limited to) the JFK assassination, Bigfoot, and spiritual values.  This site promotes and advocates for the preservation of a liberal vision, inspired by, and, modeled after, Robert Lindsay’s wordpress http://robertlindsay.wordpress.com/. As its editor I am starting off with journal entries more than substantiative articles, with the long-term goal of “getting there” in terms of responsible reporting. What I aim to achieve is to provide honesty and reality-based commentary that is neither subjective nor unsourced. A radical corporate and state run takeover of the media which crosses party lines has left a vaccum that only citizen journalists can legitimiately fill. If you imagine yourself as for the people and not the state, for individual rights, and if you value liberal and socialist policies and philosophy, you don’t have a voice and may well not even realize it.