Cults, Mind Control, and Plandemonium, Part 4
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He is friendly. He compliments the workers—he knows all about them, their lives, and their families. People in his sphere come to him about their personal and work issues because he always listens. He brings the community together to celebrate the work of each and every laborer.
Who is this man?
He's a pfucking asshole.
No, I don't mean to say that every manager of people is an asshole. I'm talking about a specific breed of people—largely organized at the level of intelligence agencies. We might call them handlers.
Last year I interviewed Leo Biddle, a conservationist who built Borneo's orangutan sanctuary, and he said something important that has bounced around in my mind ever since. He said that there were intelligence agents in the conservation community. When I asked how he knew, he gave me a descriptive answer that I'll paraphrase: they're the ones organizing and connecting people.
He's talking about handlers. And your presumption should be that essentially everyone has one.
While Leo gave me no proof, and I do not know for certain that he is correct…I'm pretty sure he's right about this. It just makes sense: the intelligence communities want to have people present in any industry that is important to their goals. And we live in an age when the conservation community is highly propagandized.
What else is propagandized even more extremely such that we should certainly expect to find handlers?
And I'm going to venture a [strong] guess that a lot of the handlers are placed not just in government or the pharmaceutical industry, but in the Medical Freedom Movement. Why on Earth would we think such infiltration would have ended decades ago with COINTELPRO? Does anyone actually think that propaganda operations have…taken a step backward?
Assuming that there are no propaganda operations on your side of any debate seems naive and unwise. Assuming that a historically large operation would involve large and deeply planned out opposition control only makes sense.
Scientology's Plandemonium Handlers?
One of my theories about Scientology is that it's an intelligence agency [controlled by the U.S. intelligence community, and specifically within military intelligence given that Hubbard patterned the organization after the Navy, in which he served] masquerading as a religion (or UFO cult, or whatever you want to call it). After all, Scientology points to the Office of Naval Intelligence for having directed Hubbard's activities with Jack Parsons and Aleister Crowley's black magic circle.
But there are other various direct and circumstantial clues as well, and it was the plandemonium that alerted me to some of them. In particular, I began to notice the strange number of Scientologists who seemed to be everywhere—associating with large proportions of the people most often presented by the "alternative media". Understand that since Scientology is highly secretive, and prone to complex operations, some of these people may not admit to being Scientologists. But most of them do, my best guess is that all of them are, but if any reach out to deny it, I will make a note.
I am told by one of the more rigorous minds in the MFM that Scientologist John Mappin has been actively reaching out to organize those with clout pushing back against official narratives on the European side of the Atlantic. As I've previously noted, Mappin even buddied up with Robert Malone, guiding the vaccine expert into the conservative elite's Carlton Club. Mappin is in a good position to be a handler. His bloodline has been jeweler to the Crown for nearly 250 years—most of the time since the Prussian-Saxon royals have reigned, and he happens to own Camelot Castle, now one of Europe's most iconic hotels.
Scientologist Michelle Ford's impact during the plandemonium has been largely at arm's length. She threw her weight behind a lot of pandemic policy and vaccine protestors.
Note: I am not saying that anyone in this picture is a bad actor. I've tried to do basic research on each of them, and in a short period I've developed a wide range of opinions per individual. But one way to limit or shape the messages of activists is to pair them with a handler. Is that what is going on here? To what end? These are not unimportant questions, even if some of these women are heroes. No—especially if some of these women are heroes.
Scientologists Around the Presidential Candidates
I'm sure this is not an exhaustive list—particularly given how many of the Scientologists seem to be QAnoners. But these relationships all look substantially important to my thetan-deficient eyes.
Robert Kennedy, Jr. works closely with lawyer Michael Baum who was reportedly (here and here, please correct me if this is incorrect) an unindicted co-conspirator during Scientology's Operation Snow White—the single largest domestic surveillance operation in known history, aimed at the federal government. Leigh Dundas, whose rose to high levels in the Scientology organization, also worked for CHD California. She also worked with Simone Gold, somehow got away scot free from the Capitol Protests, acted among organizers of the fizzled People's Convoy, got kicked out of a pandemic education tour, and is also a QAnoner (friends with Jim Watkins and the QAnon Shaman, it seems).
Vivek Ramiswamy has been promoted by Grant and Elena Cardone who are Scientology's largest donors, shoveling tens of millions into the organization's coffers.
Donald Trump's lead attorney on censorship lawsuits aimed at Big Tech is Scientologist John Coale (husband of vaccine pushing media veteran Greta Van Susteren). The Trump administration allowed Scientology to take home hundreds of thousands in PPP loans during the plandemonium.
Interesting observation: Coale is married to Scientologist and veteran talking head (news anchor) Greta Van Susteren, who promoted vaccines as though they were the obvious solution to COVID-19. She has relationships with other politicians who have been involved in presidential campaigns, including VP candidate Sarah Palin.
Will otherwise legitimate lawsuits against Big Tech fail here just as some seemed to after the 2020 election? Is that by design? Is that the sort of thing you might expect from controlled opposition in the courtroom?
What does it mean that almost nobody in or around the MFM is talking about Scientology's strange ability to be everywhere around the MFM?
Let us at least ask these questions, then study the facts and data carefully.
Final thought: over the course of my research, this link clued me in to the former existence of the website scientology-scandals.com. Disturbingly, I could not find a single archive of that site using the Wayback Machine. Does this tell us that Scientology is more powerful than most people might have recognized? Would that be further indication of military intelligence ties?
Do your own research, and do your own thinking.