Thursday, November 02, 2006


A man who claims to be a former CIA-operative by the name of Robert David Steele has stated on the Alex Jones radio show that Google is secretly-cooperating with the agency on 'research and development'. Giving no-evidence whatsoever, just 'trust-me', Steele stated '"Google was a little hypocritical when they were refusing to honor a Department of Justice request for information because they were heavily in bed with the Central Intelligence Agency, the office of research and development."' OK, so who is Robert David Steele? We don't know. What we do know is that the CIA often spreads disinformation to 'bad-jacket' (make the public think a subject is with the CIA, or other terrorist-organizations) a target. Why would anyone target Google for a bad-jacketing job? Because they didn't obey the Bush administration when they were told to turn-over millions-of-searches on their servers. Verizon did it, Comcast, AT &T, Southern Bell--virtually everyone EXCEPT Google! I think we have the motive.

The most-interesting aspect of this is that the exchange took-place on the Alex Jones radio-show. Fortunately, we know who Jones is. He's done a documentary on Bohemian Grove, the legendary meeting-place of the wealthiest and most-influential that was first brought to the public's attention by C. Wright Mills in his 1954 book, 'The Power Elite.' He's also in TWO Richard Linklater films: Waking Life and A Scanner Darkly (based on the PKD novel). There is a mixed-consensus on Alex Jones on the Left and the Right regarding his take on parapolitics and conspiricism, but he has some significant-supporters and allies. Muckracking-journalist Greg Palast has sung-his-praises, and has been featured in one of Jones's documentaries, and is sometimes found on his syndicated radio-show. While he has offered-up some great resistance to the Patriot Act, and challenged the findings of the 9/11 Commission, he is human and could be wrong. The interview smells-bad, and a media-personality like Jones needs his leads constantly, so was he fooled? Surely, a percentage of his 'whistle-blowers' are simply fakes sent to spread-disinformation (much like the press). We'll have to wait-and-see. If it's true, we can probably see a drop in Google's shares, and it will be earned.

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