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John Alexander, MJ-12, Gordon Novel and More

Postby ryguy » Thu Jan 28, 2010 4:15 pm

Please enjoy the latest blog update titled, John Alexander - Mr. Non-Lethal With Many Hands in Many Pots"

I'd be interested in any feedback.

Thanks!
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Re: John Alexander, MJ-12, Gordon Novel and More

Postby Access Denied » Fri Jan 29, 2010 5:26 am

Excellent article Ryan, very interesting… great to see you still hot on the trail of Scammers Inc.

[the blog should be playing "It's A Small World" in the background lol]

I assume you’ve seen this?

Alexander's wet blanket
http://www.heraldtribune.com/article/20 ... /901250295

Unlike many researchers, Alexander has long contended there’s no UFO coverup, that the only info the feds are holding back involve sources and methods. Near the end of his military tenure, Alexander says he queried military brass about UFOs – all the way up to two-star rungs – and insists they were entirely candid when they said they didn’t know squat about it. What he does have scalding words for is the way the Air Force fumbled the ball on the Roswell Incident (three separate official verdicts), as well as the 1969 University of Colorado study on UFOs. The Colorado whitewash marginalized the evidence and allowed the USAF to close to its public investigation.

Sources and methods? And he says there were “three separate official verdicts” on Roswell? The Air Force didn’t “fumble the ball”… it took like what, 50 years before anybody figured out it was more than just a simple weather balloon and 30 years before anybody even “questioned” the “official story”?

Disinform much Mr. Alexander?

[and for the record, the Air Force never mistook it for, or claimed it was, a “flying saucer” from outer space… in fact the original “press release” referred to it as an “instrument” and of course the Air Force didn’t write the headline… that’s UFOlogical generated disinformation… it was the rancher who thought it might be and turned it in with the hope of getting a reward he heard about on the radio]

Alexander then continues to reinforce the myth…

“UFOs are real. The evidence for things flying all over our skies that aren’t ours is overwhelming,” Alexander says. “And most scientists won’t go near it because they think Condon” – first name Edward, who supervised the Colorado project — “conducted a thorough study, which he did not. We need to make it permissible for scientists to study again, and what Senator Pell went through shows you what happens to a serious person attempts to study it.

And why does Alexander advocate further study?

“I think this is something a John Podesta could in fact do. He could help to make a formal request to the National Academy of Science to take another look at this thing based on evidence that’s been ignored. But this isn’t going to be easy, because it’s not politically enhancing. And the scientific community doesn’t even want to look at the evidence. They dismiss it a priori.”

For the funding of course!

[big shock there]

Now here’s the obituary in the Washington Post that Alexander called an “ad hominem attack”…

Former R.I. Senator Claiborne Pell, 90; Sponsored Grant Program
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/co ... 21_pf.html

His interest in extrasensory perception was such that he had a Senate staffer assigned to the subject. During the 1990 campaign, the aide played speeches by Bush and other high officials on the topic of Iran backward. In doing so, Sen. Pell informed the secretary of defense, the word "Simone" had been discerned, and he described this as "a code word that would not be in the national interest to be known."

"It sounds wacky but there may be some merit to it," Sen. Pell commented. He told an interviewer later that the "Simone" issue "had not been helpful in the campaign."

At the time of his retirement in 1995, Time magazine dubbed him "Senator Oddball," rehashing a 1987 incident when, fearing an extrasensory perception gap with the Soviets, he invited carnival-level spoon bender Uri Geller to Washington to demonstrate his skills. Sen. Pell also attended a symposium on UFO abductions.

Is Alexander waxing apologetic for something he caused?

Guilty conscious?

Not likely, this comment from Alexander posted to Cox’s article is most revealing…

Actually Joe, if Billy had done some fact checking this would not be so far off. That should be three and four stars from all of the services and into the secretariate. Also, Edgar is a personal friend and we have discussed this many time. The question you should ask him is what he was told as an Apollo austronaut. We agree to disagree.

Talked with many others who are believed to be the insiders. Not there.

Will affirm, as the Pell obit confirms, touching UFOs is political suicide.

Billy did get it right about what Americans are concerned about. Bottom line is eating trumps UFOs.

John Alexander

Name-dropping… check.
Sympathy card… check.

Methinks your suspicion is well founded Ryan, it does appear somebody was, and still is, looking to keep their hand in the cookie jar…
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Re: John Alexander, MJ-12, Gordon Novel and More

Postby Crackajack » Thu Feb 04, 2010 2:04 am

Great piece Ryan! Old JA wasn't too talkative was he?

We seem to be amidst a cottage fishing industry, if you will. One that has existed for some time.

The 'useful idiots' fill the space of hyping up a small audience through use of the Core Story. It must have an edge of the exotic and fanciful as a prerequisite. The 'useful' ones must have a 'banner boy' as point man.
Bait Set.

The trawling (not trolling) then commences with interjections of support from Scammers Inc. Hopefully the bait is attractive enough to a naive interested party with too much money and too much time.
Bait Taken.

Then the rhetoric ramps up and suspicious documents begin to surface, followed by mass mail outs and radio appearances. The frenzy gets into gear and money man is introduced to possible application.
Bait Swallowed.

The transfer then takes place whereby the money man is introduced to technology pitches. Scammers Inc heavies get into top gear while toning down previous support of the fanciful. Money man is liberated of a chunky portion of his wealth with promises of the fanciful but actual application within the probable.
Fish Landed.

The 'useful idiots' continue with the book deals, the web offerings, the religious inductions and the conference circuit while science at the bleeding edge, heavily lacking in government funding, is fed by the private sector. Who knows, a National Security type application may even be achieved as an outcome.
Fish Eaten.

This process makes a lot of sense to me in terms of the memes, the interactions, the players and the prize. Could this be Ron's modus operandi? Or even his mandate? What about the likes of Kit and Hal, and even Jack? Hmmm.

When some people I run across in this cyber theater hear 'follow the money', they stop their research at the 'useful idiot' stage. Some know better.
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Re: John Alexander, MJ-12, Gordon Novel and More

Postby Zep Tepi » Thu Feb 04, 2010 11:42 pm

Great post sir, you've summed it up very nicely indeed :)

As for Ron's modus operandi, it certainly is exactly how he operates. As for it being his mandate, for that to be true, he would need to hold a position within the USG that would enable him to have such a mandate thrust upon him. I don't believe that to be the case.

Put it this way, if he did hold such a position and with it an "official" mandate - his cover was blown ages ago... Pretty shoddy, if you ask me.

Nah, I believe it is more a case of profit-envy where he is concerned ;)
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Re: John Alexander, MJ-12, Gordon Novel and More

Postby Crackajack » Fri Feb 05, 2010 2:16 am

That sounds about right Zep. Profit envy drives strange behaviors.

Thanks for your feedback. It is only here where I can have such a discussion and be understood. In fact it is the investigations provided by the RU team over the years, along with others and personal research which has connected many dots for me forming such a view. It doesn't mean I'm right necessarily but it makes a helluva lot more sense than some of the feeble crap we've been fed over the decades.

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Re: John Alexander, MJ-12, Gordon Novel and More

Postby Access Denied » Sat Feb 06, 2010 4:24 am

“A fool and his money are soon parted”

~ Thomas Tusser (English Farmer and Writer. 1524-1580)

That particular wisdom was “discovered” nearly 500 years ago.

Now if P.T. Barnum was correct and "There's a sucker born every minute"...
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