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Nitro News is back.
JIM KEITH WAS NOT ALONE
NITRO NEWS EXCLUSIVE
48 hours after Nitro News published Jim Keith's shock article on Princess
Diana's supposed pregnancy, he passed away at age 50 from a blood clot, and
our servers crashed.
It was only yesterday that we managed to fix the technical glitch. And soon
afterwards, we accessed the famed author's Nitro Mail account, which we had
set up for him.
We discovered that Keith had received a wealth of eye-opening information
about the Diana case, just hours before his untimely death.
According to his sources, Jim was not alone in his belief that the Princess
of Wales was pregnant. Members of the German media uncovered evidence in
late 1997 to support the stunning claim, although the story was never
published outside the country.
But perhaps Diana herself provided the answer when she once wore the number
"492" on her baseball hat during a secret visit to a London hospital. This
number is the top line of the kabbalistic magic square for Saturn. The
mysterious square is used in Islamic tradition as a sigil to aid women after
Other individuals may have known of her pregnancy too, but they have since
disappeared. On the evening of their deaths, Diana and Dodi were planning to
dine at the Chez Benoit restaurant with representatives of Tomasso Buti, a
Miami-based Italian bussinessman and founder of the Fashion Cafe. Since that
time, Buti has vanished.
And in Britain, two mentors of Prince Charles, Michael Bentine and Laurens
van der Post, died within days of each other. Both had backgrounds with
According to documentation, Dodi was aware of the dangers of leaving the
Ritz well after midnight. In fact, he spoke to his father over the phone
about serious security concerns. Ex-MI6 spy Richard Tomlinson, in exclusive
comments to Nitro News, admits that the Ritz was riddled with British
intelligence officers that night - a fact that may have made Diana
The Princess of Wales was a close friend of Lucia Flecha de Lima, the wife
of the then ambassador from Brazil to the United States. Interestingly
enough, the slip road that leads off the Cours Albert-Premier just before
the entry to the deadly tunnel leads to the Brazilian embassy. Keith's
sources suggest that Diana and Dodi may have been headed to that embassy to
escape trouble from MI6.
Since ex-spy Tomlinson exposed MI6's presence in the Diana case, he has been
on the run: "MI6 have been harassing me relentlessly for the past two
years," he told Editor Charles MacLaurin. "They have illegally banned me
from entering France, even though I have a UK passport, and they have also
used their influence in Australia to stop me getting a visa there."
There's no doubt that a pregnant Diana by Dodi would have been a huge
embarrassment to the British Establishment. But was it a large enough
embarrassment to murder them both? If Jim Keith had lived to write another
chapter in this tragic case, his answer may well have been yes.
Mass Control - Jim Keith's Final Book
Here stands the New Man. His conception of reality is a dance of electronic
images fired into his forebrain, a gossamer construction of his masters,
designed so that he will not perceive the actual. His happiness is delivered
to him through a tube or an electronic connection. His God lurks behind an
electronic curtain - when the curtain is pulled away we find the CIA
sorcerer, the media manipulator.
The late Jim Keith, famed Nitro News columnist and America's most beloved
conspiracy writer, has written his final and greatest chapter. There has
never been a book which so carefully and thoroughly exposes the secret plans
to dominate world consciousness, and to put the reins of control in the
hands of a few.
In the pages of this remarkable book, we see exposed for the first time a
century of corruption, and the strange pieces of the puzzle finally put into
place. Completed shortly before his untimely death, this book is a
triumphant completion of Keith's life goal - to make sense of the
terrifying, hidden history of world control.
Mass Control will be published shortly, but you can reserve your precious
copy right now online.
1949 - 1999
Friday, September 24, 1999
I never met Jim Keith. I never even talked to him.
Now that I begin to read "Saucers of the Illuminati," I realize what a
huge mistake that was. All the gut feelings that have run through my
mind and conversations over the past few years are brilliantly set down
in black and white. Things barely grasped and a little frightening (or
maybe a lot frightening) to my feeble mind were old hat to Jim.
We had an e-mail correspondence of sorts for about 6 months. It started
when I rather forcefully rebutted his musings on remote viewing. He
read it on the "Latest Word" section at Steamshovel and we began a
friendly electronic back-and forth on the state of
mind-over-time-and-matter. I sort of teased him about his Scientology
background, but he didn't seem to care. What could be better than
someone who disagrees with you, but would happily buy you a beer
anyway, as I knew he would have? This is one of the great things about
life in the USA, particularly in the west, and outside of big cities,
where ego preservation seems to be life or death.
Jim was like some sort of conspiracy-theory Zen master. His koans were
embedded in his writings, even in the titles of his books. Maybe they
were Zen humor too--serious and joking at the same time. You need a
sense of humor as a life/mind-preserver in the rough and murky waters
of parapolitical research, even if it might be a little morbid at
The last time we communicated was on Friday, September 3rd. We were
discussing the weird "coincidence" of deleted files on our computers
over the last few days. Jim said that "three or four" other researcher/
writers he knew of had experienced anomalous hard-drive erasures in the
past week. He asked for my account, which I sent along before he went
to Burning Man. By the next Tuesday, he was dead.
Words like "shock" and "waste" do not begin to cover the range of
emotion. They are like banging rocks together when what you need to
express your feelings are finely-tuned instruments. They do not exist,
and neither more does Jim Keith's uniqueness.
Namu Amida Butsu
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