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Whistleblower Roger Stone: ‘A Dangerous Man’ To ‘The Powers That Be’

Via: stonezone.com

Roger Stone is an alternative historian who was one of the legendary American Republican political consultants who has played a key role in the election of Republican presidents from Richard Nixon to Ronald Reagan to George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush. Stone also served as an assistant to Senator Bob Dole. Stone is the author of “The Man Who Killed Kennedy – the Case Against LBJ” (Skyhorse). Stone is also the author of Nixon’s Secrets, a broader look at the rise and fall and rise and fall and final comeback of Richard Milhouse Nixon.

Roger Stones’ latest books: The Clintons’ War on Women            

 Jeb and the Bush Crime Family

 

 

 

 

Roger Stone Exposes Establishment ‘Dirty Tricks’ Game Plan

 

 

 

BLM Whistleblower Rusty Hill Uncovers The Motive And Methods of Shady Land Deals

 

 

Having lived in Arizona, I know how lucrative insider land deals can be. Having to travel around the state, I was surprised to see newly constructed, empty, whole shopping centers sitting out in the desert. In a short period of time, neighborhoods and roads would surround the shopping center and land that was empty desert blossomed into high priced real estate. 

I have also heard stories, from people I know, who experienced ‘windfall wealth’ from desert land worth next to nothing suddenly worth half a million and more because of location, water access or strategic importance.

So when the ‘lamestream media’ gives the ‘Bundy Ranch’ raid by the BLM such superficial and shoddy coverage, you have to be curious about what is missing or covered up about the situation.

Thank-you independent news and whistleblowers.

 

 

 

 

 

Whistleblower Rodney Stich Exposes Widespread Corruption

Via: Wikipedia

Rodney Stich (born 1923) is an American author and former Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) investigator (1962–1968). According to Burnett’s Conspiracy Encyclopedia, “his work led him to believe that there was major corruption at the heart of the aviation business. His “whistle-blowing” campaign was carried out for over 30 years, in which he filed his own “federal actions” in courts throughout the United States. His book Unfriendly Skies (1968) led to a “tale of Job-like proportions in which Stich doggedly filed private lawsuits against the FAA and eventually lost his business, money, home, and ultimately his liberty.” In 1986 he was imprisoned for six months for contempt of court.[1] Christopher Story‘s conspiracy journal, International Currency Review (ICR), considers that Stich was a pioneer in exposing the crimes committed by the United States government and their concealment. ICR compared the United States federal government actions against Stich to political repression in the Soviet Union.[2]

Corruption In  Airline Safety At The FAA

Decades of Government Misconduct