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Mainstream Book Highlights Occult Practices of US Establishment

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    Mainstream Book Highlights Occult Practices of US Establishment Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones | September 4 2005 A new book by an author that had previously
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 4, 2005

      Mainstream Book Highlights Occult Practices of US Establishment

      Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones | September 4 2005

      A new book by an author that had previously scoffed at claims that the US establishment was involved in bizarre occult practices at Bohemian Grove has now released a bestselling book that relates how those same practices evolved over three decades and are still being used today.

      Jon Ronson will be known to many readers of this website as the filmmaker who documented Alex Jones' infiltration of Bohemian Grove in July 2000. The program was part of a series called Secret Rulers of the World which aired first in the UK and then multiple times in the US on the Trio Network.

      The series was very popular but many felt it was a well edited smear effort made to portray its main subjects as crackpots. This despite the fact that Ronson himself was hotly pursued by Bilderberg security after attempting to research that organization's 1999 meeting in Sintra Portugal.

      In the Bohemian Grove episode, Ronson took a relativistic stance on the fact that world leaders like to dress up in Ku Klux Klan style hooded robes and make mock sacrifices once a year in secret.

      However, Ronson's new book, Men Who Like to State at Goats, details how, "In 1979 a secret unit was established by the most gifted minds within the US Army. Defying all known accepted military practice - and indeed, the laws of physics - they believed that a soldier could adopt the cloak of invisibility, pass cleanly through walls and, perhaps most chillingly, kill goats just by staring at them. Entrusted with defending America from all known adversaries, they were the First Earth Battalion. And they really weren't joking. What's more, they're back and fighting the War on Terror. 'The men who stare at goats' reveals extraordinary - and very nutty - national secrets at the core of George W Bush's War on Terror."

      The book promo continues,

      "With first-hand access to the leading players in the story, Ronson traces the evolution of these bizarre activities over the past three decades, and sees how it is alive today within US Homeland Security and post-war Iraq. Why are they blasting Iraqi prisoners-of-war with the theme tune to Barney the Purple Dinosaur? Why have 100 de-bleated goats been secretly placed inside the Special Forces command centre at Fort Bragg, North Carolina? How was the US Military associated with the mysterious mass-suicide of a strange cult from San Diego? 'The men who stare at goats' answers these, and many more, questions."

      Two excerpts from the book are carried on the Guardian website here and here.

      We are very supportive of the fact that Ronson has presented these bizarre activities as entirely factual. We hope that this goes some way to helping others understand that the US establishment engages in the most outlandish activities while claiming to be headed up by a straight laced no nonsense Christian conservative like George Bush and his administration.


      Related: Bohemian Grove Exposed


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