In 2020, was it about the virus or the election? Also wondering, in 2001, was it about the anthrax or the library?
The people who design and carry out false flags seed misinformation and misdirections into the narrative almost immediately. Every small change introduces complexity and confusion. Change enough details right out of the gate, and soon the entire event will be shrouded in the fog of war.
This statement by Fauci during an August 9, 2002 interview struck me as very odd, so I started looking into the anthrax attacks. And what a rabbit hole *that* is.
"...And then when there was that situation, it was unclear what it was" strikes me as a very clinical, vague, arms length, 'that situation over there...? I had nothing to do with it' phrasing.
"and the Department got some criticism for saying we're not sure what it is." The Department was HHS under Secretary Tommy Thompson, and the criticism quickly came from all sides. Criticism seems pretty common in national politics, but nevertheless it must have been an important misstep for Fauci to note it almost a year later.
"It could be someone who was drinking out of a stream, which is --" Which is what? Coded language. Stream = water = information. Bob Stevens died from inhalation anthrax. Also, maybe Bob Stevens -- photo editor and master photo retoucher for a tabloid -- was partaking / accessing / looking at / talking to an informant with incriminating photos, ie: "drinking from a stream"? And Thompson let the cat out of the bag using that language? And even though that is exactly what the reporters wanted to know, and baited him into it, criticism quickly heaped onto Tommy Thompson from all sides?
"I don't think at all that Secretary Thompson should be blamed for that because I think someone just told him, 'Oh, these are the five or six different reasons how you can get anthrax.'" Thompson was fed the information he delivered at the press briefing from other unnamed experts? Also, Dr. Scott Lillibridge from HHS and formerly with the CDC, was also at the conference and answered one or two questions.
The transcript is here: http://www.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0110/04/se.23.html
Anyway, as Fauci would surely know almost one year later, there are only THREE WAYS to get anthrax, not "five or six different reasons."
There are three ways a person can be infected with anthrax--by eating food tainted with it, by exposure to it through an open wound or by inhaling it. The latter poses the greatest health risk, yet thousands of spores must be inhaled to get the disease.
Maybe there are five or six different reasons that the death cult wants to eliminate someone? Maybe there are five or six different reasons to eliminate someone as part of an elaborate bioterrorism false flag? Win win?
"...and I think if that's the worst sin he ever commits in his life, he'll go straight to heaven when he dies. So that wasn't a mortal sin."
What's this all about? Standing up for Tommy, or mitigating the damage of that press briefing? Was it a shitshow? You can watch it here -- the first ten minutes. We think it went sideways, mostly due to the White House press gaggle's inappropriate behavior, and not Tommy Thompson's. Otherwise Fauci would never need to correct the record the following August.
Tony... he talks too much.
There are rules. And one of the rules is everything has to be hidden in plain sight, because the Death Cult takes people's ignorance and inaction as consent.
So is everything hidden in plain sight? We think yes.
- Blue Water = Information: Because plant = plant, what can you do with a real “plant” to send a message? The simplest things that can be done inconspicuously are giving it water and sunlight. And since the #1 thing needed to convey in the spyword is getting “info” to “plants” – water was likely the only logical choice to represent this. https://decodingsymbols.wordpress.com/2021/02/25/plants-and-water-comms/
TOMMY THOMPSON, SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES: Thank you very much, Ari.And let me, as Ari indicated, just bring you up to date with the information that we have concerning an incident that took place in the state of Florida, and also following up on the information that the state of Florida has released within the last hour.
The Centers for Disease Control has just confirmed the diagnosis of anthrax in a patient in a Florida hospital. Based on what we know at this point, it appears that it's an isolated case.I want to make sure that everybody understands that anthrax is not contagious and is not communicable, which means it is not spread from person to person. If it is caught early enough, it can be prevented and treated with antibiotics....Florida public health officials promptly notified their state health department, who then notified the Centers for Disease Control and the FBI. And officials are aggressively investigating the individual's schedule for the last few weeks and the source of the infection.I want everybody to understand that sporadic cases of anthrax do occur in the United States. The most recent one was within the past year in the state of Texas and there was a case in Florida in 1974. The last reported case that we know of was within the last year was earlier in Texas.
...But I want to point out, once again, that this is an isolated case and it's not contagious.
Second question: "Mr. Secretary, do you know if this particular individual had contact with raw wool? Was he a gardener?"
QUESTION: What are some of the sources that could cause such an infection?
THOMPSON: That's why the doctor is here. And you want to answer that?
DR. SCOTT LILLIBRIDGE, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES: Sure. Sporadic cases may occur from contact with wool, animal products, hides, that sort of thing. And occasionally we don't know the context of these. These are sporadic, episodic things that happen from time to time. [After reinforcing the reporter, this guy couldn't WAIT to get off the hot seat.]
THOMPSON: We don't know that at this point in time. That's entirely possible. We do know that he drank water out of a stream when he was traveling to North Carolina last week. But as far as wool or other things, it's entirely possible. We haven't got all of the investigations done and we're doing a tremendous extensive job of investigating everything.
...QUESTION: Do we know if he happened to work around wool or any of the products that might have... ...QUESTION: Do we know if he was a hunter?
THOMPSON: We don't know that. We know he was an outdoorsman, so it's entirely possible that he was...
QUESTION: Would there be enough [medication - ed.] available? Do you have...
THOMPSON: There's enough available. We have an ample supply, and I want everybody to know that. We have plenty in supply and we have enough antibiotics to treat 2 million people for 60 days. And we've also contacted the pharmaceutical companies, not just today, but have throughout our planning process. [??? - ed.] And there's plenty of supply available. So people should not go out and do anything different than what they're doing. This is an isolated case and it's not contagious.
QUESTION: Mr. Secretary, why does drinking from a stream...
QUESTION: Is that the reason it should be known, that? And why are you going us that detail?
THOMPSON: Just because he was an outdoorsman, and there's a possibility -- there's all kinds of possibilities... QUESTION: Can you contract anthrax by drinking...
THOMPSON: We don't know yet.
FLEISCHER: Thank you. [SHUT IT DOWN! - ed.]
“Most obviously out of his depth was the Health and Human Services secretary, Tommy Thompson, whose resignation had been overdue days before,” Caldwell said in an Oct. 29 editorial. “This is a man who speculated that Florida photo editor Robert Stevens had contracted the anthrax that killed him while fishing in a trout stream.”
...The statement suggesting the initial case of anthrax was naturally contracted lent itself to ridicule, Caldwell said.
Thompson later rescinded, but insisted he was speaking on the advice of experts.
Look, now Bob was fishing in a trout stream.
Also please note:
Anthrax coming from nature in 2001? RIDICULOUS. Obviously it was bio-terrorism.
Covid-19 a case of bio-terrorism in 2021? RIDICULOUS. Obviously it came from nature.
The library at AMI was formed in early 2001 when The National Enquirer, Star, Globe, Sun, Examiner and Weekly World News came under the same ownership and joined together in one building. This brought together three separate full-time staffs.
...AMI's clip collection goes back to 1976 when the library and research department for the National Enquirer was formed. The only electronic archive the company has for any of its papers is the electronic archive for the Enquirer, which goes back to 1994 but is not available in a workable, searchable form. The AMI library operates on clips and bound volumes using its own index. They clip six newspapers a day, several weekly news magazines, People, and nintey-five monthly magazines. Most of these magazines are not available online. Martha Moffet says she has been told that their clip library and that of the Times of London, which also serves a tabloid paper, are two of the most extensive celebrity clip files in the world.
After the tabloids were bought by AMI the library was given a handsome space, new shelving and new equipment. The library is staffed from 9 to 5 every weekday. Research is available any time newspaper staffs are working.
Quite a professional operation, no? If everything is hidden in plain sight, and it has been for a very long time according to the rules of the game, wouldn't this vast collection be extremely valuable for solving all kinds of mysteries? We think so.
Men in Black: predictive programming?
Best investigative reporting on the planet. Go ahead, read the NY Times if you want to. They get lucky sometimes. Thanks, Manny.
Cannot believe you're looking for tips in the supermarket tabloids.
Not looking for them... found.
The AMI library was formed in early 2001. Well, *that* might have set off a few alarms? Bob died on October 5, 2001, a Friday, and by late Sunday evening the building was quarantined. No more library!
AMI's archives don't exist anywhere else - no library, not even the Library of Congress, extends itself to collect the tabloids. They are not on microfilm. They are not fed to vendors. And the little part of their archive that is electronic is not yet searchable. The history of tabloid publishing in America - every edition of The National Enquirer, Star, Globe, Sun, Examiner and The Weekly World News - is locked up in the bound-volume room of AMI. Some of these volumes date back to the 1950s.
AMI also owns an extensive celebrity book collection. Their book room houses over 4,000 volumes of celebrity autobiographies and biographies including rare and out-of-print books. The photo library, although a separate operation, is also an irreplaceable collection. CEO David Pecker is fond of saying that the text library, the archives and the photo collection are the heart of its publications.
Not to mention the intellectual property, personnel records, business plans, buyout offers, libel claims, and lists of paid informants.
Now of course, FBI teams and such were in the building "investigating" for awhile. Allegedly things went missing. Couple years go by.
Then, maybe, something to celebrate? DOOM?!?!?
8/21/2003 NY TIMES Exclusive! It's Doom for the Tabloid Archives!
It may not be a collection worthy of the Smithsonian, but it is quintessential Americana, the trove of photos, notes and clippings from the spicy, arresting and often downright unbelievable issues of The National Enquirer, Star and other supermarket tabloids.
Extensive, gleeful NYT article goes on to gloat about the impending destruction of five decades worth of "stunning, shocking, exclusive, tragic, spine-tingling, sidesplitting and bizarre images and documents from the tabloid world." The mind "leaps" to consider it all... being destroyed! PHEW!
A developer has agreed to buy the building on the condition he destroy the contents. The deal? A 65,000 square foot building, newly renovated and valued at the time around $4M, in Boca Raton (one of the country's more exclusive zip codes), with a treasure trove of priceless and irreplacable contents, for $40,000. And all he has to do is Destroy The Library. Safely of course.
Before the cleanup crew can set foot in the building, now surrounded by wire fencing and overgrown grass, Mr. Rustine must submit a detailed cleanup plan to the E.P.A. and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A preliminary plan alone is more than 100 pages, outlining the moon suits the crew would wear, the exact ratio of Ultra Clorox Germicidal Bleach to white vinegar that would be used to kill the anthrax spores and the dimensions of the chamber where the crew would be decontaminated.
Great idea having the CDC friends involved there, and ffs over 100 pages just for the preliminary plan? Guys that's a lot of work. FORTUNATELY, they only need bleach and white vinegar and moon suits to clean up deadly, weaponized anthrax, so, uh, just measure up the decontamination chamber and get this show on the road, 'kay?
We use ridicule because they use ridicule. Our lives are a joke to these demons, evidenced by the sheer condescension dripping from every predictable clown solution they offer to fix the horrific problems they cause, that we pay for with human suffering and untold billions of hard earned tax dollars.
He estimates the building will be worth $12-15M once cleaned up. Lucky DAVE!
Mr. Kahane said Mr. Rustine offered the perfect solution because, unlike others who expressed interest in the building, he had the means to clean it properly. Mr. Rustine has a relative who is an executive at Marcor Remediation, the Maryland company that helped decontaminate the Senate building and will be doing the actual cleanup work here....Though Mr. Rustine acknowledged that he occasionally glanced at the cover of The National Enquirer in the checkout line, he said he felt no pangs about destroying the photographs that have absorbed supermarket shoppers and helped define the nation's popular culture since the days of the Eisenhower administration.
"I don't marry my real estate," he said. "There is some curiosity there, but to me it's just a part of business that we have to clean up and eliminate them."
See a picture of the extremely lucky Mr. Rustine, and his wife Dr. Rebecca Rustine (a psychologist), and Boca Raton mayor Steve Abrams here. https://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-feb-02-2007-boca-raton-fl-usa-dr-rebecca-rustine-left-wife-of-owner-44200355.html
Marcor was one of the first companies to clean up 9/11 and truck the debris to Fresh Kill Landfill, and the last to leave. Nothing suspicious about that.
We might do a follow up, because these old events connect to current events.
Somehow, before PLAN A went down, Giuliani Partners (yes, Rudy) and Sabre Technical Services formed a new company, Bio-ONE Solutions, LLC. Bio-One won the contract to decontaminate AMI -- announced 1/4/2004 -- PLAN B. Sadly, PLAN B went pear-shaped -- due to lawsuits and such over the photos and intellectual property -- after Bio-One completed most of the work. Then Mr. Rustine went back to PLAN A and hired Marcor Remediation, where he has a well-placed relative, to finish the job. That's how we understand it, anyway.
Bio-ONE packed up and left and didn't get paid, but not before they REMOVED THE LIBRARY. You can take that turn of events however you want.
June 4, 2004 Firm to start cleaning Boca anthrax site https://www.anthraxinvestigation.com/misc7.html
The papers, files, photos and mementos that they left behind that day already have been removed from the building and will be destroyed, BioONE Chief Operating Officer Karen Cavanagh said.
Preserving all of the building's contents, which included more than 5 million photos -- Elvis in his coffin among them -- and 600,000 pages of bound periodicals, would have made the cost of the project "astronomical," Cavanagh said, because the materials would all have had to be tested post-fumigation.
The plans began in February, she said, shortly after BioONE announced its intention to occupy the building.
BioONE is a collaboration of a bioterrorism consulting firm headed by former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and Sabre Technical services, the company that cleaned congressional offices and postal facilities in the wake of the October 2001 anthrax attacks.
The company, which is expecting final approval from the Environmental Protection Agency within the next two weeks, will use the same process used on those buildings, pumping chlorine dioxide gas through vent systems.
By Monday 7/12/04 the building was disinfected and ready for extensive testing.
Did Bio-ONE destroy the priceless, irreplaceable library? We don't know. We're going to guess, based on some other inconsistencies in the anthrax case, plus the likely existence of hidden technology capable of solving such problems, etc., that perhaps the library did NOT need to be destroyed. That would be something, huh, if the AMI library ever saw the light of day again?
Other people have theorized that the AMI library was the true reason for the anthrax attacks, and we agree. It might be a case of right church wrong pew with some of these folks. There's a lot to the anthrax case. It's definitely confusing, but consider cui bono?
We have a Death Cult in business now for a super long time. We can't say how long. Hundreds of years, thousands of years?
The AMI library, containing millions of pics, books, back issues, news clippings, etc., goes back to the 1950s at least. Safe to say the Death Cult has been around since the 1950s. The library held potentially scandalous information on thousands of famous people. Many are probably still alive. Nothing suspicious about celebrities and children? Nothing to worry about?
Would the Death Cult -- thousands of famous and powerful people -- benefit from destroying the AMI library? Yes.
Did the Death Cult have means, motive and opportunity? Yes. [See the Whitney Webb series linked at the top of the last post for details. - ed.]
To catch criminals, one must think like a criminal and infiltrate their society. After all, that's how the criminals catch their prey, is it not? Infiltration.
Did the Death Cult infiltrate normal society? Yes.
Maybe the Death Cult got infiltrated, too. How else could anyone catch them? Maybe they know it, and they're wild with rage. Beat at their own long game.
Hopefully the AMI library has been in safe hands, and it will turn up some day soon and be put to good use.