From the April 2008 Idaho Observer:
The three Stooges go to Washington
By Don Nicoloff
"Truth is stranger than fiction," or so the saying goes. Whoever coined that cliche’ hit the nail on the head! One wonders, then, if it really worthwhile to pursue the truth. We’re told it is, but that’s not always true.
Pursuing the truth can be a dangerous proposition for "truth seekers." The truth reveals many secrets. Secrets are not meant to be discovered; that is why they are called "secrets." Secrets come in many shapes and sizes. Some are big, some are little, and some are dirty—very dirty. Dirty secrets seldom seem very big though. That is why they are usually referred to as "dirty little secrets."
We assume that dirty little secrets are not bad for two reasons: One, we don’t know about them (what we don’t know can’t hurt us) and, two, since they’re "little," they can’t harm us, either.
But, our assumption is incorrect. Dirty little secrets have a way of adding up to become "one big secret"—history.
History is replete with dirty little secrets that come in a variety of forms—sex scandals, adultery, drug addictions, pornography, theft, blackmail, extortion, corruption, brainwashing, mind control, slavery, murder...the list goes on and on.
History ("his story") is always written by the victors. The victors of what? Wars and all other evil deeds, including the fictitious accounts of those who were able to keep secrets from the rest of us.
Times are changing, folks. You can be sure of that. Technological advancements have enabled us to dig up more dirty little secrets than ever could have in decades past. Similarly, mass consciousness is increasing exponentially as people around the world "wake up" to new realities. Not all of these new realities are pleasant, though, so we are faced with the responsibility of determining what we will do when we put all the dirty little secrets together and discover really big secrets.
This author’s method of preference, when researching and cross referencing dirty little secrets, is to detect what some might call "histrionics," the actors playing the roles in the script that comprises the "big secret." Who are these people, really, and what are their preferred tactics?
In "Deathbed confessions" (The IO, April-June, 2007), photos support claims that George H. Scherf(f), Jr. was the 41st president of the United States. Following patterns of clues, the identities and methods employed that permitted the infiltration of the U.S. government by corrupt international bankers, spies, assassins, and Nazi war criminals was revealed. The article identified, by name, the true identities and origins of the "Bush/Walker" clans, central bankers and the murderers of scientist/inventor Nikola Tesla.
Under the guise of "immigration," foreign governments and monarchs have followed the same practices, possibly having created them in the first place. Their ability to maintain control over the centuries often depends upon maintaining certain bloodlines— "keeping it in the family," so to speak. Hence, these people (and we use this term loosely) are predictably obsessed with genealogy.
Another method of infiltration is to insert key "players" into seemingly subservient roles as members of ship’s crews, commercial ventures, or into diplomatic arenas.
Of primary importance on both aspects of infiltration is the obfuscation of key individuals’ records, including birth, education, marriage, vocation, domicile and death. Name changes are commonplace. In fact, name changes are the first order of business because it frustrates the efforts of those attempting to trace certain individuals and their ancestry. Causing ancestors and original records to "disappear" or change slightly at convenient moments in time facilitates the whole process of confusing the past and obscurring the true identity of key individuals, how they really ascended to positions of power—and why.
Political campaigns are not immune from the world of dirty little secrets. In fact, politics is the primary breeding ground for dirty little secrets. The actors (the candidates) play their roles almost to perfection—most of the time. However, occasionally they are required to "ad lib" their lines, straying from the original script. That is where mistakes are made and, if one uses discernment, those mistakes can be discovered, thereby leading one to, eventually, the truth.
Beginning in May, 2008, you will have the opportunity to learn some dirty little secrets about the three current U.S. presidential candidates, in the first of a three-part series, "The Three Stooges Go to Washington, Parts 1, 2, and 3 (Moe, Curly and Larry)." You will learn how your country has been infiltrated by spies, and how they have been groomed to carry out the wishes of their "Illuminist" puppet masters.
You will see irrefutable evidence that these people are not who they say they are and have no right to hold public office, even on the local level.
The remaining question: What will we do about it?