Thursday, December 15, 2011

Quick! Activate A Three-Name H-Bomb

Beware, New World Order. Al Parker has figured it out.

During the last meeting of the Liberty Net he connected all the dots. He stated that the conspirators decided that the public had to be distracted from any more bad news about politician-businessman Jon Corzine and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.

A former New Jersey governor, Jon Corzine was CEO of the investment company MF Global until he resigned on November 4, 2011. He retained the services of a lawyer as federal regulators probed into the matter of missing customer funds amounting to millions of dollars.

Meanwhile AG Holder has his own problems, dealing with investigations into Operation Fast and Furious, a sting operation under the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms in which the sale of illegal weapons were facilitated and tracked by the ATF. Most of the weapons were sold to criminal organizations in Mexico to build a case against those groups. In December 2010 there was a gunfight near Rio Rico, Arizona, resulting in the death of a US Border Patrol agent. Two of the weapons found at the scene were traced back to Fast and Furious.

Thursday, December 8th saw Corzine giving testimony to the House Agriculture Committee while AG Holder appeared before the House Judiciary Committee.

And on that same day there was a shooting at Virginia Tech, a man killing a police officer before turning the gun on himself and committing suicide.

It didn't take Al Parker, a longtime contributor to the Liberty Net, long to figure out the connection between all three events.

The Virginia Tech shooter -- Ross Truett Ashley -- was probably a programmed human time bomb, Parker explained to the other ultra-right-wing ham radio operators. Notice the name, he said. Compare it to other notorious shooters like Lee Harvey Oswald. Not a coincidence.

Apparently the conspirators like to program domestic Manchurian Candidates -- or h-bombs, if you will -- who are known by three names. (Maybe we should keep an eye on country music singer Billy Ray Cyrus.)

Parker claimed that the Virginia Tech shooter was activated to focus news away from the respective Corzine and Holder testimonies. Also, he added, it helped to play on public fears, making it easier to pass stricter gun control laws.

If you looked into the shooter's past, guaranteed Parker, you would find that Ashley had participated in some sort of internship or study, either through the FBI or a local military base. Parker left the impression this is how the shooter was mentally re-wired to go berserk when needed.

But what if the shooter was a regular listener to the Liberty Net? I wonder...

(The archived recording of the last LibNet gathering can be found at In the upper right-hand corner click on "Liberty Net - 2011-1210." Parker's statements can be found around the 4 hour 30 minute mark.)


Doug said...

I think Billy Ray's most dastardly deed was unleashing his daughter on us.

And so much for my plan to improve my image by including my middle name...

X. Dell said...

Actually, that's an interesting question--seeing how right-wing paranoia played roles in such stories as the Oklahoma City bombing. I've often wondered how many conspiracies stories have, in some weird way, spawned their own reality.