Many of you continue to send me articles, and for this I thank you, and I wish I had the time to thank each by name, but I dimply do not. Please accept this general "thank you" as being addressed to each and every one of you individually. This week's "final cut" of articles was more difficult to make than even last week's, because this week's offerings were rich both in terms of content and their thought-provoking significance.

This is particularly true of a couple of articles that I received concerning yet another banker "suicide." Yes, that's right. There's been another one, sadly this time of a very young man, and there is now beginning to be - perhaps - a pattern that is coming out:

28 Year Old Former JP Morgan Banker Jumps to His Death, the Latest in a Series of Recent Suicides

Another Banker Jumps

Let's note something the second article stated, citing suicide expert Dr Christine Moutier(how does one become an expert in suicide?):

“J'umping is much less common as a method for suicide in general, so I am struck by the number that have occurred in recent months in this industry,' said Dr. Christine Moutier, chief medical officer of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

“'The suicide-research literature doesn’t help very much with the question of why the method of these suicides is so out in the open,' she added."

Not even the lamestream media presstitutes seem to be able to cover this story in anything like the detail it needs to be covered with, and statements by experts pointing out the obvious only add to the mystery. Nonetheless, I confess that Dr. Moutier's statements caused me to rethink a number of things, for these "suicides" raise a number of questions an scenarios, and one need only look at the picture of the most recent victim, Kenneth Bellando, to realize that this man would not have committed suicide, not on his own.

So we need to look at the methods of the suicides themselves. In the case of Mr. Richard Talley, who committed death by nail gun, only a Warren Commission advocate could take seriously the idea that someone committed suicide by drilling no less than eight nails into the back of his skull with a nail gun, including the final kill shot delivered at the back base of the skull where it connects to the neck, In Mr. Talley's case, it is a clear case of murder, and a clear message being sent by whomever committed it, to whomever else might be paying attention... we'll get back to that in a moment.

But suicide by jumping, especially with such a concentration in one business sector, and moreover, one particular bank - JP Morgan - is something what would challenge the best insurance actuaries or Las Vegas bookies. So many suicides in one place, with specific connections, spells murder, and murder by a nefarious means: mind manipulation. And if this high octane speculation of the day is anywhere close to the truth, then this means access to some rather sophisticated technologies.

That access means, in my opinion, that we are dealing with a very narrowly defined and restricted group of possible perpetrators, a restricted group consisting of a very few select corporations with access to such technologies either because (1) they have developed them, or (2) they have covertly purchased them. And of course, we must include (3) the intelligence-national security "community", which sponsored and oversaw that development.

In previous blogs about this subject, I have suggested that perhaps these victims were murdered to protect a secret, that secret being the vast scale of penetration into the financial world by the intelligence agencies, and the vast scale of fraud and hidden finance present within it, to serve but one purpose: a source of funding for covert operations and covert research into exotic technologies.

With that thought in mind, consider this third article:

Jon Rappaport: Is the NSA Manipulating the Stock Market?

Ponder the revelations in that article carefully, because they essentially corroborate my own high octane speculations: the NSA spying is essentially about international financial clearing, about the ultimate insider trading mechanism, and about the manipulation of markets. It takes little leaps of thought to see why such capability would greatly benefit a secret system of finance, a system dedicated to the funding of covert operations and research, for it it would be a source of funding for even further penetration, as Mr. Rappaport rightly observes:

"The amount of money siphoned off in such an ongoing operation would be enormous.

"'Looking over the shoulder' of Wall St. insiders would be child's play for NSA.

"Ditto for predicting political events that would temporarily drive markets down and provide golden opportunities for highly profitable short selling.

"Like drug traffickers and other mobsters, the NSA could invest their ill-gotten gains in legitimate enterprises and reap additional rewards.

"And if the Pentagon, under which the NSA is organized, requires heavy amounts of money for off-the-books black budget ops, what better place to go than their own NSA?"

I suggest this is the common thread that may be uniting the murder of these bankers. One perhaps can even see why Mr. Talley joined this unfortunate list, for we can imagine a high octane scenario that led to their demise: perhaps they input certain trades on their computers, executing orders for clients, or, in Mr. Talley's case, did title searches for potential mortgages. Perhaps those trades, which should have been executed within a certain time frame, or at certain prices, failed to do so, and were executed much later, or earlier, at different prices, or were simply blocked. Perhaps title searches indicated problems, but perhaps the problems were "brushed aside" by some hidden hand, much to the surprise of Mr. Talley.

One or two such instances would, of course, be dismissed by these people as coincidence or anomaly. It would have been only when a pattern is repeated that suspicions would have been roused, and perhaps these were quietly shared with other colleagues.

This means something significant: it means that there is a pattern behind the pattern of the "suicides," and it is that story, that no one is talking about. It is that story that suggests that there is an even deeper pattern behind the seemingly discrete stories of gold repatriation, rehypothecation, LIBOR and FOREX rigging, the London Gold rate, and alleged central bank whistleblowers. I will not venture here to hazard a guess as to what that pattern might be.

See you on the flip side.

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. cmyers78 on April 4, 2014 at 11:29 pm

    Now a CIA ‘middle-manager’ jumps on the bandwagon… or off of it

    • DanaThomas on March 26, 2014 at 5:50 am

      What a sad tragedy… might there be any link with B. of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, active on the derivatives market?

  2. localmc on March 24, 2014 at 9:57 pm

    Is the NSA manipulating the stock market?

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  3. JAFO on March 23, 2014 at 11:42 pm

    Joseph wrote:
    “In the case of Mr. Richard Talley, who committed death by nail gun, only a Warren Commission advocate could take seriously the idea that someone committed suicide by drilling no less than eight nails into the back of his skull with a nail gun, including the final kill shot delivered at the back base of the skull where it connects to the neck, In Mr. Talley’s case, it is a clear case of murder, and a clear message being sent by whomever committed it, to whomever else might be paying attention…”

    No arguments from me there, but what is your source for the “nails in the back of the skull” statements? This is a detail that I cannot find any source for, let alone a reliable source..

  4. Robert Barricklow on March 23, 2014 at 2:07 pm

    “Modern” states, in practical terms, are shaped by crime-states in which laws are promulgated by criminals and which, even worse, have been LEGITIMIZED through formal and “legal” democracy. The gray areas of collaboration and co-option among white hats and black hats is constant; insurgents and counterinsurgents, public servants, politicians, candidates, and various private agents work together and shape institutions according to their own(sometimes criminal) interests. This is NOT a matter of sporadic corruption among enforcement officers; this is a matter of MASSIVE Corruption and Cooperation in defining of laws and institutions-the same laws and institutions that sustain states. Now the bad guys no longer confront the good guys; instead, they become ONE with the formal state, and their criminal interests are protected by the state’s laws and institutions.
    Are those laws real?
    When those codes and institutions are based on criminal interests, the social and cultural definitions of right and wrong change. Then we have a society in which illegality is the Norm-a society defined as a FAILED STATE. The result is a vicious circle that strengthens criminal networks operating across different countries-networks involved in widespread corruption, mass murder(suicideds), human trafficking, kidnapping, extortion, and violence.

    • jedi on March 23, 2014 at 2:31 pm

      a) the social contract is null and void
      b) intelligent beings do not rely on the survival instincts or the practice of criminal’s behavior.

      • Robert Barricklow on March 23, 2014 at 2:43 pm

        Here’s one 4 for you jedi
        March 7 Dennis Cimino

        • Robert Barricklow on March 23, 2014 at 4:40 pm

          The above hour interview has Russian E.T.s, USA E.T.s, Israeli intelligence running ALL U.S. intelligence(s) and selling-it-off to Russia & China plus the nuclear fire codes and high-tech backdoor traps, NSA Bankster high finance, double & triple crosses, and much, much more. As my Uncle would say, …A Barn Burner!

          • terminally skeptical on March 24, 2014 at 5:05 am

            A Barn Burner!

  5. marcos toledo on March 23, 2014 at 1:10 pm

    Now if only these mobsters in Lehman Brothers suits had access to that note pad from Death Note or that website from Hell Girl. They could more easy solved their problems, in the first just wright the names of their victims in this magical little note pad. And in the second go on to this special website at midnight and type in their victims name but they would have to wait to receive a stick figure doll in the mail with a red string around the neck. Just pull the cord off and you send your victim to hell. But the second method kind of slow, and you would go to hell too when you died. The nail gun sounds like a torture murder to me I wonder what Richard Talley did, did not do or knew to deserve that death.

  6. romanmel on March 23, 2014 at 12:36 pm

    Don’t push, you’ll get your turn.
    Just form a line and jump individually, please.

  7. jedi on March 23, 2014 at 9:46 am

    ….in your face, in the open, and no one will wag a finger for fear that it will be them next.

    you’ve got to admire the resolve of this group….even if they are destroying themselves and everything around them in the end.

    Jaggers girlfriend, reminds me of the Tate, Casa Lablanca hits.

    • Tim H on March 23, 2014 at 3:00 pm

      Interesting observation – I’m assuming you’re referring to poor unfortunate Sharon Tate and the occupants of 10050 Cielo Drive, and Rosemary and Leo LaBianca. What is it about their deaths that reminds you of Ms Scotts hanging?

  8. terminally skeptical on March 23, 2014 at 9:04 am

    Like the ultimate married-to-the-mob predicament these players, I suspect, are being bumped off not only by what they already knew but also their unwillingness to continue going along with the game. Those eight nails stapled suggest a termination with EXTREME prejudice. It comes as no surprise is that what’s missing is anything more than a vague description of their jobs.

  9. Robert Barricklow on March 23, 2014 at 8:52 am

    Of course, “They” certainly don’t want the hoi polloi
    “jumping” to “conspiracy” conclusions.

    Mind manipulations?
    From a Testing 1, 2, 3..

    to a?

    Suicided 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 9,10,11,12,13…

    • Robert Barricklow on March 23, 2014 at 9:02 am

      For those of you who missed it. Do the math.

      • Robert Barricklow on March 23, 2014 at 9:07 am

        Hey Rocky, watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat…

        • DanaThomas on March 23, 2014 at 9:32 am

          Ahaha but I’ll bet anything that Miss Whatever is very careful indeed about the “Math” of her pay even if it isn’t in the Baa-Bel…

        • jedi on March 23, 2014 at 9:50 am

          as has been said by many a wise man through history, there is no free lunch and if its too good to be true…..

          hello darkness my old friend I ve come to talk with you again.

  10. DEBRA on March 23, 2014 at 7:28 am

    oooh, I love it: “a parallel economy”, mmmm. And why limit the psych warfare against Banksters to just the NSA?

    By coinky-dinky I was researching recent news stories last night to pull up anything on advanced weapons research being done by the Russians. Because, now that Putin and Xi will be signing the global-paradigm-shifting, petro-dollar-collapsing, Oil & Gas deal in May, it occurred to me that the new Asia SuperPower will need to pull out all their Big Guns soon, if they haven’t already.

    I found this published on RT in 2013 … and of course doesn’t this remind us of all the interesting metaphysics work done by “the other Nikola”, Kozyrev ….


    “Last year, the now-fired Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov said his ministry was working on futuristic weaponry.

    “The development of weaponry based on new physics principles; direct-energy weapons, geophysical weapons, wave-energy weapons, genetic weapons, psychotronic weapons, etc., is part of the state arms procurement program for 2011-2020,” Serdyukov said at a meeting with the then Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, cited RIA Novosti.” ‘


  11. Aridzonan_13 on March 23, 2014 at 7:23 am

    These “sUICIDES” are a symptom that the internals of FedGov.Inc’s financial control mechanism are coming unglued.. Where, the control mechanism, I.T. has become a serious security risk. My best SWAG/s would be internal fighting for deck chairs as they are being forced to deal with their most terrifying threat, change.. And or, the next tier up in the SYSTEM has realized they are now expendable and are taking steps to minimize their exposure and make the cut to stay on board the Break-Away cruise ship.. There have been claims that these are revenge hits by external factions that were blued, screwed and tattooed by the 2008 Credit Bubble rip-off.. Not so, if it was, I believe the MSM would have cried “Terrorists”. The MSM’s complete white wash of these most improbable deaths are proof these are internal actions. Hence we have a new primary trend..

  12. DanaThomas on March 23, 2014 at 5:20 am

    It looks like somebody is not only ruthless but in a hurry – too many leaks to plug?
    A tidbit: supermainstream, Berlusconi-owned Milan publisher Mondadori has issued a thriller called “Supernotes” by L. Carletti. In the story, secret agent “Kasper” talks about “fake but real” dollars being produced on a massive scale: “On his last mission, Kasper is asked to investigate counterfeit money schemes in North Korea. What he discovered, what he was never meant to discover, in central Asia and other countries around the world, is a secret that makes Snowden’s revelations pale in comparison. It also put his life at risk. Kasper was betrayed by both the American government and his own. The plot of this conspiracy novel – a true story which Agent Kasper is writing with novelist Luigi Carletti – involves a parallel economy used to fund illicit operations by the United States and its allies.”
    From synopsis at:

    • DanaThomas on March 23, 2014 at 5:21 am

      pdf not pfd

    • LSM on March 23, 2014 at 6:39 am

      Hi Dana,

      I think you stated a lot more than you realize (not at all a criticism of you- anything but!)

      “What he discovered, what he was never meant to discover, in central Asia and other countries around the world, is a secret that makes Snowden’s revelations pale in comparison”-

      although I haven’t read this book I think there are a lot of dots to connect here:

      l) Zbigniew Brzinsky (correct spelling almost impossible for those of us who don’t command Polish) stated a looong time ago: “whoever controls Central Asia controls the world” (paraphrase)-

      2) the Crimea is the last bastion of defense at the end of accessible international waterways leading to Central Asia- and we’re living under Maritime Law- sort of explains why Naval Intelligence takes priority over any other kind of classified info-

      3) my Russian co-worker (originally from Kazakhstan) told me that yrs. ago almost all of Russian intelligenzia (Italian spelling) were “banned” to Kazakhstan as “punishment” (official publicized story in her read media)- “banned” or cleverly re-located under a veil?-

      at least southern Kazakhstan would belong to the formerly-labeled “silk road,” back then the most important trade route between east and west- have things changed since then?- me thinks not-

      only problem is: I think more important goods than silk are now being now transported through this area (we might want to start with drugs but were things any different back then?)but I think this area must be of an importance much greater than any of us in the general public is being told-

      please continue to be well- I always respect your postings-


      • LSM on March 23, 2014 at 6:47 am

        sorry, I forgot to add something: are all of these “suicided banksters” really dead (no reports whatsoever of all sorts of splattered bodies on the sidewalks/roof-tops, etc.) or have they been clandestinely re-located?-

        • Lost on March 23, 2014 at 7:31 am

          There are bodies listed in some of those stories.

          Pretty hard to hide a body of someone who jumps in front of a commuter train too.

      • DanaThomas on March 23, 2014 at 9:50 am

        Thanks and I reciprocate.
        The book has just come out, when I can I’ll report on any more “tidbits”.
        Central Asia: a few months ago there was the curious affair of that lady from Kazakhstan, an alleged refugee, expelled from Italy in record time when the K. ambassador apparently intervened directly with the Italian authorities. Protests were raised about the treatment of this “poor refugee”… but it then turned out that she was married to a wealthy oligarch-in-disgrace; but not too much in disgrace to find haven in London (where else?). Not surprisingly, this story, with its telltale obfuscation of what is really going on in that petro-fiefdom, has now disappeared from the media.

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