Two days ago, I noticed a blog item by Kerry Cassidy on projectcamelot.org that spoke of Chinese and American ships together off the coast of San Francisco. I chose not to spread that news, sensing it either disinfo or fear-porn.
Then, yesterday, I was shocked to see a post by Gordon Duff on veteranstoday.com confirming her “intel” and furthermore, interpreting it, in what I consider the most extreme manner possible: war with nasty ETs!
The story is so astonishing (and of course, it references the extreme technological prowess of the U.S. military), that it had even its author wondering. Here’s how Duff concludes:
“I either have to give this a 70% or reclassify a reliable official source as purposefully leaking something that makes no sense.”
The Duff post reminded me of Carol Rosin, what she’s been warning, for literally decades now (see Crone Chronicles (1989-2001), where I featured a story by Carol Rosin in every single issue beginning in the early ’90s), that war with evil ETs will be the final trump card of the cabal. The card they use after commies, terrorists, and asteroids have been exhausted. (What happened to asteroids, I ask myself. They’ve barely been mined for propaganda value.) Here she is, talking at the Disclosure Project press conference in 2001.
Rosin’s warning, which came to her via her mentor, Verner Von Braun, when she worked as an executive in the aerospace industry, has by now gone viral on the internet.
Rosin was also a featured speaker at the 2011 UFO Congress. Via the “Outer Space Security and Development Treaty” see peaceinspace.com, she seeks to keep her death bed promise to Von Braun to “make sure they don’t weaponize space.”
I’m glad to see that the comment sections of both the original Gordon Duff story and its repost on the jhaines6.wordpress.com site both included lots of savvy people who aren’t duped by this evil ETs story, view it as some kind of false flag, with a few even mentioning Carol Rosin.
The most interesting comments I came across were posted one after the other on the Jean Haines site. Here they are, with the first, to me, especially noteworthy: