Brian’s Column: The Epstein Trails

An unparalleled opportunity to end the Cabal and move forward

Since the dawn of unconscious humanity, our species has endured empires of aggression and collective domination by elites who run them. So in the realm of general psychopathy, nothing is new under the sun about what Jeffrey Epstein and his handlers were doing—basically pimping/child-sex trafficking to virtually ALL the “Men of the Deep Power Sickness” of our day. And when I say ALL, and I say DEEP, this means just about every high political official of the United States (from the White House to the state house)… for starters. AND, needless to say, large mainstream media-social media (MM-SM) figures who covered up and continue to cover up the raw criminality of all this.

Before I do any real assessments of my own, let me first send out to my loyal readers, what I have learned from established, courageous independent-media sources. First, anyone seriously interested in the foundational truth and accountability behind the Epstein Trails must read the outstanding series of articles from Mintpress.com, written by Whitney Webb:

The author’s recent chat on FB .

Then for a more up-to-the-minute—was released just as Epstein was officially pronounced suicided—journalistic assessment of where we are on the official story, this Steemit video from guerilla journalist, Luke Rudkowski:

Let me also point you to one of the more important independent media crowdfund projects (because the MM-SM is treating the Epstein Trails as ‘see-no-evil, hear-no-evil, speak-no-evil’ case that will actually END them). And it will. Which is why all the MM-SM sources are uniting to discredit and take away the platforms of the real journalists who speak truth to power… Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, etc., and of course the ‘Jewish CBS'[1] dinosaurs represented most by the Washington Post and the NY Times. Continue reading

Movie Review: The Outlaw (1943)

A movie so bad it’s fun to watch[1] ___ 4/10

Reposted from the previous post on October 22, 2014. — ed.

Prologue: “The Outlaw” is a story of the untamed West. Frontier days when the reckless fire of guns and passions blazed an era of death, destruction and lawlessness. Days when the fiery desert sun beat down avengingly (sic) on the many who dared defy justice and outrage decency.


Yeah, right. Avengingly?! Outrage decency?! Who wrote this stuff?

THIS MOVIE outrages decency!

Written by Howard Hawks and Ben Hecht
Screenplay Jules Furthman
Directed by Howard Hughes

Jack Buetel … Billy the Kid
Jane Russell … Rio McDonald
Thomas Mitchell … Pat Garrett
Walter Huston … Doc Holliday
Mimi Aguglia … Guadalupe
Joe Sawyer … Charley
Gene Rizzi … Stranger

From the gitgo, you can search far and wide for a connection between Billy the Kid (William Bonney, played by Jack Buetel) and Doc Holliday (Walter Huston) and you’ll never find one. But who knows whose idea it was—the director Hughes or the writers Hawkes and Hecht—to mess with history so blatantly. My guess is Hughes.

Another thing: the musical score is the first-movement theme of Symphony No. 6 in B Minor, Opus 74, ‘Pathétique’ by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1893). I kid you not, Hughes goes positively surreal on the music. About the only connection to that period in the American West is that it’s the second half of the 19th century. This symphony by Tchaikovsky has been standard fare in orchestra halls in the West, like forever, appealing to the wealthy urban elites with refined and educated musical tastes. Pathetique has this connotation of majestic sadness… totally disjoint from a bunch of goofy hillbillies wandering around bantering inanities in the New Mexican desert. Continue reading