El Chapo and The Helou Clan

  Carlos Guzman Loera is El Chapo, but who else is he?   The Justice Department website states that: “After the verdict, the government will seek a forfeiture money judgment for billions of dollars constituting the cartel’s illegal drug-trafficking proceeds.” After the dust settles, this one conviction of this one drug cartel wholesaler will stand out as pivotal. The description of the Sinaloa Cartel matches … Continue reading El Chapo and The Helou Clan

Firefighters and Freemason Infiltration

“The international association of firefighters (IAFF), the largest union in the country endorsed Joe Biden on Monday. The union represent about 316 thousand full time firefighters across the United States.” “Brian Kilmeade reminded Harold Schaitberger, the President of [firefighters union] IAFF, that many of those firefighters “some of whom I spoke with before this segment, are all in for President Trump, are you kicking their … Continue reading Firefighters and Freemason Infiltration

Helou Family: Body parts theft and monopoly healthcare.

Carlos Slim Helou was married to Soumaya Domit from 1967 until her death in 1999. Among her interests were various philanthropic projects, including the creation of a legal framework for organ donation, according to information republished on Wikipedia. From the Aviv Sourasky Medical Center website: “General Surgery Division The Organ Transplantation Unit at Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center is an internationally recognized facility for kidney, … Continue reading Helou Family: Body parts theft and monopoly healthcare.

Three Days

In the advertising industry, it’s known that three time exposure to the advertising message delivers about 5% response from your targeted audience.  Therefore the return on advertising investment can be fairly well calculated in an established enterprise. So, for example if a seated President had a non-biased media network and a message that already resonates with many, a complete turnaround in acceptable thinking could be … Continue reading Three Days

Notre Dame and the Tatars

The spire should not be replaced.  It’s a thinly disguised phallic symbol added by a possible (based on his rationalist philosophy) Freemason in 1844.  The internet is flooded with news that Macron has taken it upon himself to call for international submissions for a new spire that never should have been there in the first place. Undoubtedly Macron will choose a Muslim architect who’ll replace … Continue reading Notre Dame and the Tatars

A Day in the Life: Part 3

  The next images below are of the jazz album in Arlene’s collection, “A Day in the Life”, by Wes Montgomery, a coded name. Wes Montgomery: The significance of this name “Montgomery” goes back to a Knight named Montgomery who “accidentally” killed a “King” in a friendly joust back in 1559.  Not actually a King, Henry’s actions were attempts to take what wasn’t rightfully his, … Continue reading A Day in the Life: Part 3


Arnold Palmer – with ominous faces in the background.   This The Captain on Gilligan’s Island is also the same man.  I love Gilligan’s Island, not just because Gilligan is played by the same person we know as Paul Mcartney, the original Beatles member. https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCQVuuzXblWs-Pejz0One7kQ https://m.youtube.com/channel/UC6cRVr1SuN-redXjS3RzI4w   “Seadomaen.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arnold_Palmerhttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arnold_Palmer Arnold Palmer. Arnold Daniel Palmer (September 10, 1929 – September 25, 2016) was an American professional golfer … Continue reading Golf