Internet Predator Matt Osborne Exposed as Vicious Cybersmearer

Sadist Matt Osborne of Netroots

I was going to dust off my blogging gloves for a piece on McCain's co-blogger Chris "Smitty" Smith. I discovered he has some inteesting ties to the Spy Factory. I was planning to tie it into McCain being close to agent provocateur Jen Emick. Then I could have copied and pasted Patrick "Swatterico" Frey's doing the wink-wink to Barrett Brown, to see if Anonymous could become his personal army. That will have to wait.

I have been thoroughly trashed like no one deserves. It is no coincidence that Matt Osborne (if indeed that is his real name) is extremely close to Neal Rauhauser. A lot of creepy people are working together with their primary job duty to peddle internet convolution as the norm and normal. Both sides do it. All for money. They don't care who gets hurt.

I can only imagine what else is out there.

That was illegal court audio. Transcripts are legit to reproduce but not audio.

One of those links goes to his smear piece, "Patterico's Nuts."

But first, this is from Dec. 4, 2012:

I've yet to see anything from that crowd other than the spin I'm a deranged kook. It doesn't matter to such assholes there is no proof of that nor that they ignore what truly happened. That's because these are criminals. You can't harass and terrorise someone and that not be criminal. It's even in the news what people like this are doing. Twitter's under some heat.

For anyone saying this is old news, I never saw it. Does anyone really think I want to read such crap, then think of all the people I've ever known who know the real me, and that if they have a soul, they become in pain too? As recently as this August 4th, Matt Osborne has continued attempts to terrorise me. If I was truly deranged, wouldn't Matt Osborne now have to worry I will track him down?

How is this not at least a civil tort? It feels criminal.

I'm not psychologically disabled. I do not weigh 200 pounds. I do not wear dentures.

It is true, the Kimberlin scoop is forever mine. I was the right man at the right time. I was at BradBlog. A perfect storm brewed for my unique style of cyber sleuthing.

That was from my driver's license. I had a bit of skin flare-up or something, though that has cleared over time with a healthier lifestyle both physically and mentally. I had a goofy smile going at the time of that photo. I had very long hair rolled into a pony tail. I also have strong teeth, knock on wood. Why such sadism?

They had to get so cruel, because Brett Kimberlin is clearly a twisted narcissist I exposed with facts. They have been working from the "attack the messenger" manual. When you can't attack a message, what else is there? I couldn't be ignored. Rauhauser claimed I weigh 250 pounds. I remember when that asshole offered to leave me alone, if I never wrote about him again and deleted my earlier epic mail ins. I'm probably about 135 pounds and five foot five for those keeping score at home.

I seriously rolled out of bed for that driver's license. Even Brynaert was trying to make me feel like shit over it. I think he called me Pineapple Face. Ron Brynaert cyberstalked me at Pffugee Camp. There's another possible blog entry, to show how Ron is a verbal abuser and predator. But then it will never end. Anyway, I have already exposed that creep too.

Matt Osborne linked to and was saying I am this guy ===>> The Ultimate Troll - Socrates on Trial

If you notice with this creepy Osborne, he never puts up any proof. My expose on Steven Hertzberg was excellent. Osborne is all about spinning me this certain way as insane and kooky, since my researched messages simply cannot be debunked.

I never thought BradBlog was a right wing operative. That's ridiculous. Again, he shows no proof. This was a shallow, mailed in hatchet job. I thought maybe there was some cointelpro involved. Back in the day there was plenty of what objectively looked like "flushing out the crazies" stuff at BradBlog. Myself and The Last Name Left took care of that asshat and his moderators. It was fraud. How come cybersmearer Matt Osborne doesn't mention Michael Connell? Why doesn't anyone? Or if they do, why do they ignore it was a pile of snake oil? Sincere people always include their own devil's advocate. That is what sincere people do, before they write anything as final.

This is actually beautiful. Such blatant stupidity helps set the historical record straight. There was no conspiracy. It was myself confronting Larisa Alexandrovna over the Michael Connell hoax and her pushing lies about Brett Kimberlin's so-called exoneration and received settlement for the Speedway bombings. I won. She lost. That should have been the end to that.

By the way, that Hertzberg person was Director of the Election Science Institute. His brother ran for Mayor of Los Angeles, to the best of my knowledge. Robert Hertzberg was one of the first assemblymen to sponsor a bill for new electronic voting machines. You know, the ones offered up right after Florida 2000. So there was a story there. Steven Hertzberg was neck deep in internet convolution, so Matt Osborne can get his Gorbachev face out of mine.

First thing first.

The Johnny Cash approach can sometimes say it all. But let's look at a bit more at Osborne's harassment.

That's an outright lie. How does two years become four? So what? I wrote a few diaries at Daily Kos after being run off of Democratic Underground. I had a few at Free Speech Zone Blog and Pffugee Camp. I had my two blogs. I admitted to no psychiatric disability. I covered that subtopic in my socratisation backstory entry. They are trying to spin me as crazy. I'm not. There's no proof I am.

They just keep piling on with their vicious cybersmearing.

I was never arrested for disorderly conduct. I have no convictions on my record. I did nothing wrong. Matt Osborne is simply disgusting. I hope anyone who googles his name finds this post and can see for themselves what an internet predator he truly is. It is Matt Osborne, close associate to another internet predator named Neal Rauhauser.

Kimberlin was ultimately small potatoes compared to the Breitbart Cult. He's a hustler with some connections. He's got his non-profit schtick working. Rock the Vote. Protect the vote. Brad Friedman turned out to be so lame, I couldn't help but direct my internet activities to figuring out wtf was going on with him. There are incontrovertible facts about Velvet Revolution and its past. I uncovered them. Mandy Nagy stole that scoop and transformed it into the Breitbart Cult's "Left Terrorist Establishment Shutting Down Conservative Speech" hoax.

It is what it is. I mean, I certainly did put an end to the "Michael Connell Threatened by Karl Rove" hoax. Others did too. Yet, I was the only one pointing out, "Hey guys, those two are the fabricators!"

The Breitbart circus arrived two years after the work had basically been done. And I wasn't just about Brett Kimberlin. It was fascination not obsession. I wrote about tons of stuff, not just my outstanding expose on a small fish in the vast fake left, milieu lake. I was no Crystal Cox, that cringe worthy blogger, who offered to remove her smears for a price. That ain't me. I don't do smears. I do facts. I hate to rub my extensive education in people's faces, but that also is what it is.

That'll do it. I'm not going to post anymore. Sure, twenty-one entries got deleted because the case fell into default. But I did rewrite those. so newbies and fence sitters can get my side of things. No one else has stuck up for me.

Whether Matt Osborne is a political operative or agent provocateur, he is bad news and can go to hell. He's the nutjob, not me. He would have fit right in with Nazi Germany. He's an internet brown shirt, period. One would need to be truly f*cked in the head to do what he and Rauhauser do. They are pure scum, period, while I am good and righteous and leftier than thou. Though the latter is not saying much compared to scoundrels who cynically use politics to spread mayhem in pursuit of profit. Despicable.

Garmin taps QNX technology to create K2 infotainment platform

Complete digital cockpit delivers navigation, diagnostics, streaming media, smartphone integration, and voice recognition

Most people are familiar with Garmin's many portable GPS devices, from sports watches to action cameras to PNDs. But Garmin has also created the K2, a next-generation infotainment solution that's built for automakers and based on the QNX CAR platform.

The K2 is a complete “digital cockpit” that comprises multiple digital displays, on- and off-board voice recognition, smartphone integration, and optional embedded 4G connectivity. It's designed to give drivers simple, intuitive access to navigation, vehicle diagnostics, streaming media, and realtime Web information. It's also designed with scalability in mind, so automakers can use it to address diverse market requirements and cost targets.

According to Matt Munn, managing director of Garmin’s automotive OEM group, “the QNX CAR platform has played a major role in helping us to achieve our goal of providing both world-class software reliability and flexible access to emerging consumer applications. From the proven stability and performance of the QNX architecture to the company’s worldwide industry recognition, QNX was the logical choice.”

Other key features of the K2 include a 3D-enhanced city model, a predictive services calendar, and remote personalization and control via a web portal or smartphone.

Here's the K2 at a glance:

Source: Garmin

And here's a demo of the system, filmed by Engadget at 2013 CES:

For more information on this announcement, read the press release. And for more on the K2 itself, visit the Garmin blog.

A version of this article was originally posted on the QNX auto blog.

Foryou Electronics, leading infotainment supplier in China, makes the shift to QNX CAR platform

A Foryou infotainment system.
Source: Foryou
This just in: Foryou General Electronics, a global supplier of in-car infotainment systems, has chosen the QNX CAR platform to develop infotainment and navigation systems for automakers in China.

Said Steven Chen, CTO of Foryou General Electronics, ”we appreciate the modular, pre-integrated approach that the QNX CAR platform offers because it allows us to develop highly reliable, differentiated infotainment solutions for entry-level to high-end vehicles.”

Foryou chose the QNX CAR platform after comprehensive testing of competing infotainment platforms, including open source solutions.

Established in September 2002, Foryou General Electronics is a subsidiary of Foryou Group Ltd., one of the top 100 electronic information enterprises of China. Its products are sold in more than 80 countries and regions worldwide; company sales were more than US$300 million in 2012.

For more information on this announcement, read the press release.

20 million points of interest
In related news, QNX has also announced that it is partnering with AutoNavi, a leading provider of digital map content and navigation solutions in China, to integrate AutoNavi’s technology into the QNX CAR platform.

AutoNavi offers a digital map database that covers approximately 3.6 million kilometers of roadway and over 20 million points of interest across China. By supporting this database, the QNX CAR platform will enable automotive companies to create navigation systems optimized for the Chinese market and users.

Said Yongqi Yang, executive vice president of automotive business, AutoNavi, “as a leading global provider of vehicle infotainment software platforms, QNX is not only a technology leader, but also a design concept innovator in enhancing vehicle flexibility — infotainment designs based on the QNX CAR Platform can be quickly customized.”

For more information on this partnership, read the press release. And to learn more about AutoNavi, visit their website.

This article was originally posted on the QNX auto blog.

Panasonic goes global with QNX CAR platform

In the automotive market — or any market, for that matter — a product platform must be judged by its flexibility. After all, the whole point of a platform is to help you create multiple products or product lines, each with its own distinguishing features, while reusing as many components as possible. Done right, a platform lets you target multiple price points, multiple consumer segments, and multiple geographies, in the least time and at the least cost. If that doesn’t define flexibility, I don’t know what does.

Which brings me to Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America. They’re an international supplier of infotainment systems — Chevy MyLink and Chrysler Uconnect are just two of their products — and they need this kind of flexibility to deliver localized solutions  to their OEM customers in North America, Europe, and Japan. To help achieve it, they use the QNX CAR platform.

Flexible by design: MyLink supports
a touchscreen, voice commands,
and steering-wheel buttons.
To quote Scott Kirchner, vice president and CTO of Panasonic Automotive Systems, “we wanted a platform that would let us quickly customize our infotainment systems for a variety of markets and customer requirements — the QNX CAR platform, with its modular architecture and support for mobile connectivity standards, provides the inherent flexibility we were looking for.”

That quote comes from a press release issued just a few minutes ago. To read the release in its entirety, visit the QNX website. But before you click, remember also to visit the Chevy website, where you can find out more about the MyLink system. And did I mention? MyLink has been building quite the trophy case, what with the Best of CES 2013 Award it won in January and the CTIA Emerging Technology (E-Tech) Award it won in May.

Chevy MyLink system.
Images: Chevrolet

This post originally appeared on the QNX auto blog

The Return of Topiary

I find this absolutely baffling. Jake Davis was one of the core members of Anonymous' most successful grouping, LulzSec. He was released in June after serving only 37 days. Meanwhile, Barrett Brown, not a hacker, is facing a possible 100 years in the tank.

You can look at all the sentences for LulzSec. You'd think they got busted for carrying a dime bag in Utah. I don't even know what that means. But I find the sentencing has been very light.

Jake Davis: Freed hacker faces strict tech rules
A convicted hacker who was detained in a young offender institution has been released - but will now face strict limitations on his technology use...

He is forbidden from creating encrypted files, securely wiping any data or deleting his internet history.
That didn't stop him from deleting all of the following tweets.

He deleted another one praising Quinn Norton, which was an extension of his attack on Parmy Olson. Norton's the one who went into an agreement with the FBI to inform on her boyfriend Aaron Swartz. And haha, I think Ron Brynaert is accusing Parmy of plagiarism (link). It's all very odd, imho.

It makes no sense why this guy is back on Twitter.

Five QNX videos more people ought to see

Looking for examples of how people use QNX? You've come to the right place. From outer space to the automotive space, these five videos demonstrate the sheer flexibility and dynamic range of QNX technology. Better yet, you get to hear five users describe, in their own words, why QNX is important to what they do.

QNX in space
First up is Iain Christie of Neptec, the company responsible for creating the SVS and LCS camera systems on the NASA space shuttle. Highlight: when Ian explains the importance of QNX to the shuttle program (1:46). For more on the QNX-based LCS system, see my previous post.

QNX in the clinic
Next up is Vladimir Derenchuk of the Indiana University Health Proton Therapy Center, which uses proton beams to blast difficult-to-treat tumors. Highlight: it's all good, but listen to Vladimir explain why they chose QNX, and how it has helped with FDA approvals (1:34).

QNX in the HVAC
Next up is Hans Symanczik of Kieback & Peter, a German firm that has used QNX in building automation systems for more than 20 years. Highlight: when Hans explains the ultimate benefit of the QNX OS (2:07).

QNX on the air
Next up is Mikael Vest of NTP, a Danish company that supplies QNX-based audio routers to the global television and radio broadcasting industry. Highlight: Mikael himself, who gladly did this interview despite suffering from a flu to end all flus. A real trooper.

QNX on the road
Next up is Rick Kreifeldt of Harman International, a company known in the automotive industry for its ability to push the technology envelope. Highlight: the section where Rick's respect for the QNX team shines through (2:14).

QNX in flight
And last but not least is Thomas Allen from Mechtronix, a company that has developed an innovative, software-based approach to building flight simulators. Highlight: when Allen states that Mechtronix simulators effectively use the same software architecture as the QNX OS (0:45). Years, ago, someone explained to me how the QNX OS isn't simply a well-designed, modular OS; it also encourages well-designed, modular systems. In Mechtronix, we have an example.

Donkeytale is Ruining This Blog

He says the new Kimberlin story is simply a retread of the Aaron Walker story. He couldn't be farther from the truth.

There is something very odd going on between Brett and his wife Tetyana along with her current boyfriend.

Walker just happened to notice it through checking in on simple to access, online court data. He and Hoge went to the hearing. They obviously got access to court documents and then posted them.

This is from Tetyana's public photobucket page.

Yes, I have been within feet of her. That was in September 2011. She was standing next to BK at his table. I do recall her cringing in horror when I asked Brett why he set the bombs.

Here is from the paperwork from her boyfriend:

Donkeytale's whole online existence is an attempt to placate his overwhelming ego. He may or may not be a political operative, but he did get busted playing a 20 year old at Booman Tribune. He did post as Petey at Daily Kos.

He claims to be a businessman Latino. Yet because of his background of made up personae, nothing he ever posts can be assumed as truthful.

He could be a small time journalist. He could be a capitalist. He could be a political operative. We don't know because he is an anonymous coward. What we can be assured of is that he is a jerk. We can perhaps take him at his word for only one thing. He does appear to have a seat reserved for himself at Satan's dinner table.

I'm hoping he will simply go away. Unfortunately with sadists, that is truly wishful thinking.

Schadenfreude is probably the wrong word to describe how I feel about the new BK stuff.

Yes, he deserves everything that comes to him. He set bombs and Carl Delong died as a result.

He is highly manipulative and a serial liar.

I do believe he might also still be dangerous.

The hope must be that he doesn't desire a return to prison.

Does anyone else believe he is posting as Breitbart Unmasked? That Twitter username has been having a public meltdown the last couple days. It hadn't tweeted in several months. If that isn't Kimberlin, then nothing will ever make sense. Why am I the only one who seems to realise that sounds like Brett?

I am going to open up this blog again to anonymous comments. I'm sorry I allowed donkeytale to ruin it. That is going to stop. Finally. I am too nice a guy. I never hold grudges. That is why I keep allowing this creep to return. I forget about all the times he has been sadistic.

Donkeytale is now on a very short leash. He has proven yet again this week how much of a narcissistic waste of time he can be. It's too bad. You'd think a dude now into his 60's would cop on and stop being such a dirtbag. But he cannot help it. Some people cannot prevent themselves from fitting into the "mean people suck" category.

Putting faces to names at the UOIT Faculty Summit for Mobile Computing

Jin Xu
A guest post from my colleague Jin Xu, Global Education Program Manager, QNX Software Systems

I always enjoy the experience of putting faces to names. And that’s exactly what happened to me on May 30 at the University of Ontario Technology Institute (UOIT) in Oshawa.

As manager of the QNX in Education program, I had spoken to many of institute’s professors over email or the phone, but never had the chance to meet them in person. So I was thrilled to greet and meet so many of them during a single event.

Fifty-five university faculties from 22 universities across Canada got together on May 30 in OUIT for a two-day mobile computing summit held in partnership with the BlackBerry Academic Program. The universities attending this event included:

      Albert Campbell C.I. — Toronto, ON
      Bucks County Community College— Newton, PA, US
      Centennial College — Toronto, ON
      Conestoga College — Guelph, ON
      Dalhousie University — Halifax, NS
      Georgian College — Barrie, ON
      McMaster University — Hamilton, ON
      Queens University — Kingston, ON
      Ryerson University — Toronto, ON
      Seneca College — Toronto, ON
      Sheridan College — Oakville, ON
      Simon Fraser University — Burnaby, BC
      University of Calgary — Calgary
      University of Guelph — Guelph, ON
      University of New Brunswick — NB
      University of Ottawa — Ottawa, ON
      University of Toronto — Toronto, ON
      University of Waterloo — Waterloo,ON
      UOIT — Oshawa, ON
      Western University — London, ON
      Youth Science Canada

Long story short, the event was very successful. As one professor commented, “I found the summit to be extremely valuable… the first day’s talks were very informative, especially having some of the professors share their experiences… it provided a great opportunity to get an overview of the BlackBerry platform, and the hands-on session demonstrated how quickly we can have students create a mobile application from scratch in BlackBerry 10.”

As you know, QNX has deep experience in the embedded market. That, together with a long history of supporting academic research, makes the QNX in Education program an ideal complement to the BlackBerry Academic Program, which provides free curriculum resources and mobile hardware to qualified professors and instructors.

During the first day of the summit, QNX delivered a presentation on the history of the QNX in Education Program and on the various offerings that QNX makes available to academics, and consequently, to students. A demonstration of QNX-based reference designs was very well received. On day 2 of the event, QNX provided a hands-on training session focused on the reference designs.

Another successful cooperation between the QNX in Education and BlackBerry Academic programs since the BlackBerry student competition in China last year!

Did you know…
… that the QNX in Education program has been active since the 1980s? And that Harvard University has been a program member for 23 years? Find out how in Harvard has been using QNX technology to investigate the ozone hole.

Find out more about the QNX in Education program and BlackBerry Academic Program.

What are the 5 all-time most popular QNX videos?

Geez, I thought you'd never ask. Seriously, the question came to mind earlier this week, so I decided to find out. A quick trip to the QNX YouTube channel provided the answer.

What that trip didn't tell me is why these videos are the most popular. I can think of several reasons, but the most obvious is that the videos all hint at a future in which driving is more connected, more convenient, more enjoyable — and also a little safer. But don't take my word for it. Check out the videos, if you haven't already, and judge for yourself.

Without further ado, here are the top five, along with my favorite scene from each one.

First up, at more than 525,000 views, is Imagined: Your car in the not-so-distant future. Best part: the augmented reality-enhanced stop sign (1:10).

Next, at more than 230,000 views, is QNX seamless connectivity. Best part: John Wall speaking on the real challenge of making a connected car (:50).

Close behind #2, at more than 213,000 views, is The QNX secret to making hands-free noise-free. Best part: The marching band (1:21).

Next, at more than 85,000 views, is QNX HTML5 series - Interview with Pandora's Tom Conrad. Best part: It's all good, but I love the bloopers (3:00).

And last, at more than 34,000 views, is QNX technology concept car - Bentley Continental. Best part: the couches.

One that didn't make it...
And, finally, here's my current favorite. It's not one of the top five... yet. But I think it should be:

Some Delicious Schadenfreude

This is the guy who through Neal Rauhauser smeared me as a violent predator teaming up with Breitbart as part and parcel of some HB Gary, off-shoot, cybersnoop cell. Most of this has already been covered, notably in the patrick frey got it wrong entry.

BK shouldn't have done what he did to Aaron Walker. That is clear. A week or a few days ago, Aaron (Worthing) noticed new entries for Brett Kimberlin in the Maryland judicial system.

It's pretty wild stuff. Walker and Hoge or at least Hoge attended the hearing.

A great point is how BK complained about me that his children and wife shouldn't have to read my stuff which contained nothing but truth and good sources. Yet in a court room a day or so ago, Brett was apparently sharing salacious testimony with his children in the room. I know this is obscure stuff, but it's got some milieu juice left. I'm not even going to try to share details. You have to read it to believe it.

Adultery. African-American lover. I still think the real story is how come in Maryland someone like BK has the power to get people arrested, when they don't deserve it? How's he getting away with that so much? How come he is able to continue making criminal complaints that have no merit?

Remember, before me, and I suppose Trouble in Winter, this was very obfuscated.

In regards to Julia Scyphers, there wasn't much available info on that either. Man, it was an easy troll bust. I'm not saying otherwise. But no one else was on it. I knew how to work with google.

It wasn't necessarily all about Kimberlin. Though he will always be the big draw based on the Dan Quayle thingie and the Singer book. But this was about a Michael Connell hoax which included other semi-big names needing exposure.

I am proud to have scooped it. Keep in mind that Singer's schtick had already passed its 15 minutes of fame before the internet truly took off.

Related Links:

Just fish around,, and Hoge's website, I forget his address, for the dirt on Kimberlin's new legal troubles. Unlike their trollish parlor games with Grouch, this one appears to have legs.

It is pure schadenfreude for someone considered by many to have been behind the Breitbart UnMasked website before Grouchie took over.

What has the QNX auto team been up to?

Well, let's see...

What, you haven't read the latest issue of the QNX Source newsletter?

It always pays to get your information straight from the source. I'm speaking, of course, about the Source newsletter, which QNX publishes 10 times a year.

If you want to keep track of the latest QNX videos, webinars, whitepapers, press releases, product updates, and board support packages, subscribing to the Source is the way to go. But if your inbox is already crammed with too many newsletters, meeting requests, and advertisements for fake Rolexes, there is an alternative: you can bookmark your browser to the Source newsletter archive.

Here, for example, is a screen cap of part of the June edition, which is available now on the archive.

Solar Impulse plane completes final leg of cross-America trek

It has the wingspan of a Boeing 777, but weighs only as much as a family car. It has four propellers, but doesn’t sip an ounce of fuel. It's called the Solar Impulse, and it is the first plane designed to fly round the clock using only solar power.

In early May, the Solar Impulse took off from Mountain View, California on the first leg of its journey across America. Last night, it completed the trek, landing at New York's JFK Airport. In between, the plane made stopovers at Phoenix, Dallas, St. Louis, and Washington DC, allowing the Solar Impulse team to meet the public, show off the plane, and promote their vision of renewal energy. (In New York next weekend? If so, you're in luck: you can see the plane in person at JFK.)

Along the way, the plane set a new distance record for solar-powered flight: 1541 kilometers. The previous record was 1116 kilometers, set by — you guessed it — the Solar Impulse team.

QNX Software Systems is the official realtime OS partner for the Solar Impulse project, which uses QNX technology for several of the plane's control and data management functions. For more on the project and the people behind it, see the Solar Impulse website.

But before you go, check out this video, which starts off with some inspiring clips of the Solar Impulse in flight — followed by a cameo appearance by Larry Page wearing Google Glass.

Freeform Revolutionary Thinking

I wish I knew who drew this. It's crazy good.

Stop. Wait a second. No, this is not finished. Do not look away.
This is too important. It means something. It means everything.

Edward Snowden just sacrificed his life for all of us. He is not a traitor. He is a hero.

You read something incredibly wild. It's posted at Alex Jones' Prison Planet. You figure, "No way is that true. It must be a fabrication or taken way out of context."

I am simply saying go to the original source and decipher the truth for yourself. Apparently, the only way to fight the conspiracy is through conspiracy theory itself.

No matter what you come up with, you are going to have to confront the disturbing truth. Search engines will take you to the craziest of destinations.

The original Snowden was a gentleman named James Bamford. He wrote The Shadow Factory. He's the primary reason I often use the phrase spy factory. He's not a whistleblower, but he did uncover a lot of stuff as a mass media regular guy.

The big lie is that all this money is put into the M.I.C. (which includes the F.B.I. and it's internet cointelpro progam) to prevent future terrorist attacks on U.S soil. If you look into a lot of these cases, you will find many examples of FBI fabricated terrorism. People who would have never had anything to do with anybody were given the ideas and tools to then be arrested for this so-called terrorism. I'm sorry, but that is textbook entrapment. Police should not have the right to lie or otherwise falsely present themselves.

Brandon Darby did it to those two kids. He was their leader. He was the Arthur Fonzarelli of anarchists. They looked up to him for ideas.

There's a reason why there's widespread consensus Darby's a sewer rat. Thankfully, that troll has been thoroughly exposed and needs no further socratisation.

Hal Turner was also paid by the Corrupt FBI (not to be confused with Good Guy FBI) to "flush out crazies."

He too has been socratised enough.

Would you believe it, if I told you top military brass signed off on a plan to attack U.S. citizens as a precursor to invading Cuba? We know of this through Bamford. It was called Operation Northwoods. It incredibly made it all the way to JFK who responded, to paraphrase, "Nope, we're not gonna do that. Get out of town."

I'm not sure what exactly Johnny Camelot told the nazi-americans dressed up as joint chiefs of staff. If I had been JFK, I would have said, "You fricken lunatics! .... wtf???? Get the hell out of my oval shaped office right this second."

The whole Lee Harvey Oswald thing was very shady. Now we see some similarities forming with the Boston Marathon story. I'm not saying it was a false flag. I'm not that kooky. Nonetheless, there is good reason to believe the FBI might have created the older brother. Here are a couple links spelling out such a theory:

Was Tamerlan Tsarnaev a Double Agent Recruited by the FBI? By Peter Dale Scott on Jun 23, 2013

News – Was Tamerlan Tsarnaev an FBI Informant? 29 April 2013

Here's a typical mainstream article on the conspiracy theories.

Boston Marathon bombings: rounding up the conspiracy theories

I can neither confirm nor deny the following article.

Orwell does America By Pepe Escobar

Donkeytale knows this dude far better than me. I will say this. I am open-minded yet realise there are a lot of sources no one should touch with a ten foot pole. For those who are clueless, before you attempt to understand anything, please google primary and secondary sources. Thanks for your cooperation in this matter. This is extra-parliamentary power the ptb's cannot control unless you let them.

Putting the possible FBI informant/double agent schtick to the side, let's focus in on Craft International.

Remember the sniper dude Ron Paul trolled saying he lived and died by the sword? Craft was his baby.

Could someone explain why Craft working the marathon has not yet made mainstream news?

This is an amazing article by Dave Lindorff who got the run around when trying to get info on Craft International working Boston:

Craft International Services hired guns at the Boston Marathon: Why Such Secrecy about Private Military Contractor’s Men Working the Event?

So anyway, be patient, we can now segue to the good stuff. Starting here from The Boston Globe:

Police response training planned, but bombs hit first

The scenario had been carefully planned: A terrorist group prepared to hurt vast numbers of people around Boston would leave backpacks filled with explosives at Faneuil Hall, the Seaport District, and in other towns, spreading waves of panic and fear. Detectives would have to catch the culprits.

Months of painstaking planning had gone into the exercise, dubbed “Operation Urban Shield,” meant to train dozens of detectives in the Greater Boston area to work together to thwart a terrorist threat. The hypothetical terrorist group was even given a name: Free America Citizens, a home-grown cadre of militiamen whose logo would be a metal skull wearing an Uncle Sam hat and a furious expression, according to a copy of the plans obtained by the Boston Globe.

But two months before the training exercise was to take place, the city was hit with a real terrorist attack executed in a frighteningly similar fashion....
Hmmm. A metal skull for a logo.

While at Twitter, someone put up a provocative link to Prison Planet. I followed it to the original source.

FBI Document—“[DELETED]” Plots to Kill Occupy Leaders “If Deemed Necessary” By Dave Lindorff on Jun 27, 2013
(FBI declassified document) An identified [DELETED] as of October planned to engage in sniper attacks against protestors (sic) in Houston, Texas if deemed necessary. An identified [DELETED] had received intelligence that indicated the protesters in New York and Seattle planned similar protests in Houston, Dallas, San Antonio and Austin, Texas. [DELETED] planned to gather intelligence against the leaders of the protest groups and obtain photographs, then formulate a plan to kill the leadership via suppressed sniper rifles. (Note: protests continued throughout the weekend with approximately 6000 persons in NYC. ‘Occupy Wall Street’ protests have spread to about half of all states in the US, over a dozen European and Asian cities, including protests in Cleveland (10/6-8/11) at Willard Park which was initially attended by hundreds of protesters.)
That's pretty, sick stuff indeed. That sounds not so different from Operation Northwoods, which we know is conspiracy fact.

I think the reason Craft(?) or whomever has been deleted from the declassified info is because they are in essence on the FBI/DHS/NSA/BigBrother payroll. Picture Hal Turner's FBI connection times a million. This would make for some very terrifying schadenfreude.

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Was that a Craft International bag?

Lee Harvey Oswald and the USSR
Duration: 10 minutes

First broadcast: Thursday 22 November 2012

Lee Harvey Oswald, the man accused of killing President John F Kennedy in November 1963 had spent more than two years living in the USSR. He had defected there after serving as a US Marine. He got a job in Minsk, and got married but was then welcomed back to the USA.
U.S. Military Wanted to Provoke War With Cuba

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SPIES FOR HIRE: The 70 Percent Solution

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Edward Snowden: Obama guilty of deceit over extradition
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garbage media

Exposing the Racket: A Simple Stunt Reveals How Blogs Will Print Anything for Pageviews
a digression but perhaps enlightening

U.S. Postal Service Logging All Mail for Law Enforcement
This may be nothing new, but Snowden couldn't bear living in such a creepy society.

Wow, Big Brother is even militarising the Department of Education.

Dept. of Education SWAT Raid Update: Not for a Student Loan, DoE Says
R C Warmy| 6.8.11 @ 2:16PM |# Nice entry in the question-begging Olympics, there, Daren. So, we don't need to wonder why the fuck the DOE needs a SWAT team to serve warrants on defaulted loans. Rather, its a totally different issue: Why the fuck does the DOE need a SWAT team to serve warrants in bribery, fraud, and embezzlement cases.
A hidden world, growing beyond control

APD Infiltrates Occupy

pdf link

Richard Serino 2008 presentation on marathon disaster planning

Erich Fromm interviewed by Mike Wallace. He told you so.

Brandon Darby quickly pinned as agent provocateur by regular guy hippie

"I think now, looking back, we did not fight the enemy, we fought ourselves, and the enemy was in us."

Assange Inducts Snowden into the 'Useful Idiot' Hall of Fame

Julian Assange has a habit of stepping on his own dick [projection alert]. Now, it appears he has branched out and is stepping on someone elses, too. A lover of the media spotlight, Assange garnered most all of the props after Bradley Manning made him a superstar on the infotainment scene by secretly downloading a bunch of US government documents marked less than "Top Secret" to the Wikileaks website. As you may have heard, Manning himself perhaps chafing at the other fellow's acclaim based on his exploits, revealed the leak online to a federal snitch named Adrian Lamo and now stands to spend much of the rest of his life in the stockade. Meanwhile, Assange took his newfound rockstardom and ran with it all the way to Sweden, where he promptly butchered two casually awkward groupie assignations. Somehow these alleged miscues magically transformed into rape charges that have forced him to hide, perhaps for the rest of his life, inside the London embassy of a heretofore unknown country called 'Ecuador.'
That evening, Miss A held a party at her flat. One of her friends, "Monica", later told police that during the party Miss A had told her about the ripped condom and unprotected sex. Another friend told police that during the evening Miss A told her she had had "the worst sex ever" with Assange: "Not only had it been the world's worst screw, it had also been violent."
Assange's back-to-back poor performances were not a surprising circumstance. As everybody knows, Assange belongs to the exulted club of teh Asperger. People with high functioning autism are uniformly brilliant geniuses of the first rank, but they seem to have issues with social relationships. Don't ever fall in heated forms of like with one of these creatures. It will end badly. Bet on it. Ask Joan Baez or Sarah Dylan.
Dylan is known, of course, for being short on charm - as scores of abruptly discarded lovers and musicians will tell you. Ruth Tyrangiel, his common-law wife for 17 years, said that in all their time together his only gifts to her were a tangerine and a rose.
Or ask any of my three wives and countless lovers, for that matter. There is a very, very heavy price to pay for genius, as Bob and I both know so well.
Her account to police, which Assange disputes, stated that he began stroking her leg as they drank tea, before he pulled off her clothes and snapped a necklace that she was wearing. According to her statement she "tried to put on some articles of clothing as it was going too quickly and uncomfortably but Assange ripped them off again". Miss A told police that she didn't want to go any further "but that it was too late to stop Assange as she had gone along with it so far", and so she allowed him to undress her. According to the statement, Miss A then realised he was trying to have unprotected sex with her. She told police that she had tried a number of times to reach for a condom but Assange had stopped her by holding her arms and pinning her legs. The statement records Miss A describing how Assange then released her arms and agreed to use a condom, but she told the police that at some stage Assange had "done something" with the condom that resulted in it becoming ripped, and ejaculated without withdrawing.
Edward Snowden may or may not be an aspie. We have no idea if his girlfriend dumped him before or after he dumped government documents to the media. We cannot confirm at this time whether he is an expert in the sack [projection alert] or a sexual doof. But we do know he ain't heading to Ecuador anytime soon. And for that it appears he can thank one 'Julian Assange.' And the Russians, not to mention the Chinese, are loving every vindictive second of Snowden's efforts which may not have been done intentionally for their benefit. Well, uhh, y'know, ahhm, he just happened to flee to Hong Kong and then to Moscow...and as we espionage professionals know well from reading John Le Carre and Len Deighton religiously as teenagers, there are no such things as "coincidence" or "happenstance" in the spy business. Or in conspiracy theories, either...which are even more pervasive than spooking on the internet, and thats saying something in a post-Snowden world. Glenn Greenwald, care to reveal your paystubs now?
But on Wednesday the Kremlin apparently decided to hastily arrange two hourlong talk shows devoted to the case. Each focused less on Mr. Snowden himself than on the flaws of the United States and the threat posed by its intelligence apparatus. Aleksandr I. Shumilin, a political analyst who was invited to appear, said he had turned down the request, sensing that the result would be a “mighty propagandistic blow: not a shot from a pistol, but a shot from a cannon.”
Say, whatever happened to that Bradley Manning character anyway?