22 thoughts on “HMMM….WHERE HAVE WE HEARD THIS BEFORE?”

  1. Sparks is spinning the memes nicely – just the right touch of righteous indignation mixed with ‘We the people,” a heavy dose of paranoia, all wrapped up in a patina that fairly reeks of Madison Avenue.

    Some of his “facts” are wrong – 50,000 people don’t die on the roads every year because of drugs – (that is the total count, not substance related) cellphones and texting now cause more accidents than alcohol, and distractions and falling alseep cause s significant portion of that. If he hates the current “Powers That Be” so much, why does he think that drug testing every driver is a good idea? Testing once to get a driver’s license would do virtually no good at all (except enrich the corporation producing the tests). One would need a fascist bureaucracy 10 times the size of the TSA just to do that, much less test on a regular enough basis to do any good. (Unless one is doing the testing for some other- possibly genetic – reason.)

    Wild Bill Donovan was moral? Excuse me? He was a Wall Street lawyer, for goodness sake, a Rockyfailure stooge.

    This guy is a ringer.

  2. As Adrian Salbuchi said, the history is written by the conquers. To dissect the story or history lines, you have to come up with, or dig up the dots, whatever colour they have, and try to frame them into a new paradigm, maybe that paradigm can be made in a plural form. What I call it, the challenge against the ongoing uniformetarisme.

    I noticed in the interview that M. Sparks put up the two banking groups, the Rotchilds and the Rockefellers. Reading W.G.Tarpley, in his book, Against Oligarchy, you can wonder if they are the children of the Venice Bankers – and are the VB still the original stay behind force in the money, banking community? Do we have some clues? Can I put up the name “Vatican”?

  3. Thanks for sending this Daily Bell interview.

    I noticed at the end you got an honorable mention by Mike Sparks.

  4. I am no expert. And I do not read lots about the banks etc.

    But any time I do come across the topic, it seems to be that people always say that the Rockefellers work FOR the Rothchilds, not against them.

    Again, I am no expert, but when you go against the grain, you have to state WHY you go against the grain. You have to explain your reasons. Maybe he talks about it in his book????

  5. “where have you heard this before?”- rhetorical question 🙂

    Hi Dr. Farrell,

    I first became aquainted with Mike Sparks due to Kerry Cassidy’s interview with him a few months ago- you provided no hyperlink in your reference to him in the Daily Bell’s website but I will research this tommorrow- somehow I don’t think he’ll be revealing anything new in the DB interview that he hasn’t already revealed-

    interestingly enough (or not depending upon in what one is interrested) Sparks briefly mentioned in the Cassidy interview (his testemony was immediately cut off by Cassidy who had more ‘pressing questions’- typical- I don’t doubt her sincerety but sometimes her ‘alernative’ style of interviewing drives me nuts) that contrary to all of the so-called de-bunking it really was the insurance-frauded “Olympic” that sank/was scuttled and not the so-called “Titanic”-

    I still have no concrete opinion about this (I’ve read all of the books- both pro and con) but even the class dunce can see the recent National Geographic photos of the “Titanic” wreck are grossly photo-shopped-

    but I always tend to think when one waffts the faintest smell of the smoke of corruption there’s most definitely a fire somewhere-

    Larry

    1. read the actual inquiry of the Titanic and the testimony of the survivors. The Califorium was so close that a survivor stated she could see a man standing on the deck smoking. Murder on the Titanic also has some interesting accounts from first hand knowledge of survivors.

      Coincidentally the emperor of China abdicated his throne shortly before this incident.

    2. “somehow I don’t think he’ll be revealing anything new in the DB interview that he hasn’t already revealed”-

      please allow me to eat my words (otherwise known as “eating crow”) after finally reading this interview-

      mind-boggling testemony

  6. Really kind of sad that the technology Mike Sparks is advertising on his website is exactly the kind of gear that can and has been turned against the general public all over the world. (CombatReform.org)

    Mr Sparks also seems sadly uninformed about the kinda specific objections raised by Occupy Wall Street. He appears to only be able to quote FoxNews’ received “wisdom” on the subject.

    Sparks looks himself to be an Americanized stand-in for fascist international. No great surprise that the Daily Bell interviewed him.

    1. “Sparks looks himself to be an Americanized stand-in for fascist international.”

      Say what? Care to explain what exactly you mean? It is not really clear what you are saying, but you seem (?) to be implying that Sparks is related in some way to the Nazi International??? If this is correct, I’d like to hear WHY you say that. Not being an expert on OWS is not good enough for your label.

      Are you also implying that the Daily Bell is “fascist” in some way???

      I am not arguing: I claim no knowledge here. But these sorts of claims require some sort of justification. Mere assertion is not enough.

      1. Yep, yes, you need to read the Daily Bell interview and the Sparks website.

        I’m far from merely asserting many fascist world views are there in those web pages.

        It’s well known that FoxNews, CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times all ignored the repeated points made by Occupy Wall Street. (Fox was the worst offender and Sparks just appears to be quoting that fascist mindset–yes again.)

        1. OWS is to the truth movement of this day what the hippies were to the 60s truth movement.
          A bunch of drug crazed spoiled children ranting and raving with no clear objections. The slogan of CIA operative, OSS agent, west point graduate, Mason cellmate Timothy Lear was dont trust anyone over 30.

  7. Lots was revealed in EWS, although I dont think it was the Rothchilds as the culprit of the heart attack, they cooperated with the production of the film. The orgy scene was in a Rothchild mansion and it was symbolic to the Illuminati belief of our arrival. Possibly it Zasldjfasdjf Bieieasdfax for showing the scene of him running the costume parlor and pimping out his daughter to the Chinese.
    Ishtar cult and the world being a stage per se.

    In Batman and was probably what got the young Austrailian actor heart attacked for his portrayal of the joker. The scene of a Orion ental on a pyramid mound of paper being burned alive.

    1. Ian Fleming, the spy novel writer and spy, is not the same person as the movie writer/director Stanley Kubrick. Nor is SPECTER in the movie “Eyes Wide Shut”.

      1. Thanks for the unnecessary correction, I was referring to the article in this post where the author of the book ‘james bond was real’ was referring to the movie EWS and the death of Stanley Kubrick being orchestrated by Rothchild.

        Try not too pick sides, it fogs ones vision.

  8. Robert Barricklow

    I listened to his recent interview on Jim Fetzer’s podcast. Can’t wait to get his new book.
    The REAL James Bond.
    Amazon, last I checked, had it on pre-order.
    I’am waiting for it to be available,
    …yesterday.

  9. Except that SPECTER and/or the billionaire with science-fiction-like facilities is much more a creation of the movies than the books. I certainly haven’t read all of the books, but Bond is fighting Soviets in the ones that I have read.

    I’m pretty sure that Harry Saltzman (the original producer along with Broccoli), was British or Canadian intelligence during World War Two.

    In fact because this Daily Bell article misses the big point that Fleming was not in fact writing about fascist international, I’d guess this article is meant to confuse.

    (Right and state legislators appointing senators, oh yeah that’ll solve a lot of nothing.)

    1. Thanks for the insight… I must get myself to read the books rather than sit through the movies.

      However, the James Bond character is styled after Cary Grant’s FBI agent in Hitchcock’s “Notorius”. In turn, Indiana Jones was suppossedly inspired by James Bond… the neverending recurring theme of two global elite groups trying to outmaneuvre each other.

      Fleming of course (coming from a leading banking family in UK) had a bias for his side of the fence and his character was no more than the good old “anglo-american elite”.

      But the reality is that both groups where probably sitting at the dinner table while stabbing each other in the back during office hours.

      1. Robert Barricklow

        I wonder if they’re as driven by the force of the order given; as, say soldiers, and therefore as much prisoners of discilpline, as if they had been handcuffed?

      2. Mike:

        Right and interestingly Hitchcock is on record explaining that the movie “Notorious” is actually set during world war two, not just after as is implied. And what do you have but Nazis pursuing atomic weapons in Brazil.

        The way I know that the film is really about world war two not just after is that Hitchcock in an interview said that during the war, while preparing this movie, he’d asked a government scientist how to build an atomic bomb and the scientist had grown very nervous that Hitchcock knew of the possibility of such weapons. So clearly Hitchcock was thinking Nazis in South America building a bombs during the war. Unless the whole movie was reshot in late 1945 and early ’46, the only way that works is if the action is during the conflict.

        See Otto Rahn of Indiana Jones.

        1. Jay,

          Personally! I always felt there was probably a well seeded rationale for German Industry to seek overseas safe havens in order to scape outright confiscation of their technologies and patents, ever since the end of WWI.

          That’s why I felt the name Nazi International was far too narrow to describe a much bigger and functional network that could have been running for decades before WWII.

          Fleming himself was Head of Planning Operations at MI6 to steal German Industrial Secrets.

          Notorius leads right into North by Northwest, where Chris Carter picks up his inspiration for the cigarrette smoking men.

          The first three minutes of Notorius could very well tie in with the metaphor lined out by Chris Carter through the X-Files

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