21 thoughts on “ TIDBIT: YOU CAN DEAD SPACE SCIENTISTS TO THE DEAD BANKERS’ LIST ...”

  1. Figure it out.
    Even when they throw obvious anvils in the fly’s ointment.
    The fly story is one of greed and the fly represents what may appear small[greed] can be deceptive in it’s uncontrollable nature.
    So, how to prevent the cat from getting out of the bag?
    Kill it with an anvil.
    And the muddy the waters with obvious flies in the ointment.
    Still…?

    As The Buddha says/
    “There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth;
    not going all the way, and not starting”.

  2. Scientists and bankers are dying…..whether or not the article is sloppy or not. NSA/CIA are not above scattering “stufff” interwoven into real numbers real research, etc. to hide what is really going on. Dr. Farrell always looks at what fields of research these individuals were involved in and their connection to FRAUD (bankers). When you do that, you start seeing patterns and directions. Should you be skeptical in everything you read, yes. But be aware that social engineering is also the information or disinformation in the media.

  3. That does it. As if my offerings weren’t vapid enough already from now on its nothing but Beiber, The Kardashians and American Idol ruling my thoughts. And I would recommend that any and all here at GDS who don’t want to be on their dead man walking list do the same. Pick a favorite sports team, have another beer, turn your TV back on . . . . . . and leave it on, Hillary or Jeb Bush, learn how to hate again, lock your doors, stay inside out of the sun, better still, go jogging on days they’re dusting the skies, avoid the fall rush, get your flu shots now, start worrying, take the family to Disney World, fill up your grocery cart with prepackaged shelf food, forget the word organic, take out a loan, exercise your freedom of choice: either visit a mall or join the shopping network and remember there’s a guy in a white lab coat with a med for your condition.

    1. Is it any more preferable to allow conjecture to replace diligence?

      Conspiracy theories can be helpful in wrapping your mind around complex reality as long as you avoid the pitfall of allowing these theories to become mental straitjackets.

      1. Ma’am, that is if I’ve not mistaken your persona, speaking as the water boy and still mere apprentice to the Patron Saint of Skepticism, the few straitjackets that hang in the wardrobe of my mind are the result of no small amount of personal investigation. And yet,the saga continues.

        At any given moment conjecture is what’s left in our hand after the diligence cards have been played out.

        1. Distraction by personal attack? Please allow me to assist. When in doubt, names work well when addressing another. As if my “persona” mattered, Patricia is a common female name. Thank you for the vacuous response.

          Now, perhaps you can assist me with my initial “diligence card” that has yet to be “played out” by addressing my question about the headline which I posted below. Why does the article state “74 killed in the last two years” and then provide a source link that lists 74 deaths spanning from 2004-2015? Unless this author is using a special kind of elementary mathematics, 2 ≠ 11.

          1. Slow down there. You’ve completely mistaken who is the water boy. It is I, not you. What I wrote means that I’m still and will evermore be the apprentice as the road to learning is endless. As said, the saga continues.

            The persona remark was a reflection of my state of mind that stems from skepticism over identity because of the degrees of anonymity we all have on the internet. But I suppose if Patricia is your real name then you are more forthcoming than me.

            To further clarify, the straitjackets, aka adamant position, are the relatively few things about which I’m fairly certain in this world of uncertainty. You nor I wouldn’t visit GDS if you didn’t believe the world is wildly different than the bill of goods the controllers are selling us.

            Regarding the article, I gave it short shrift because the overall appearance and format struck me as something that was tabloid and probably sloppily researched. And does 2 not equal 11? Hmm, let me get back with you on that.

  4. http://www.corpwatch.org

    Deutsche Bank Pays $2.5 billion Fine For Interest Rate Rigging

    April 28th, 2015

    Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay out a record $2.5 billion fine to settle U.K. and U.S. government investigations into allegations of fixing global interest rates, just months after six other banks paid out $4.3 billion on similar charges. Activists say that the banks should have faced criminal charges.

  5. WHAT’S NEW ON CORPWATCH: Holding Corporations Accountable
    http://www.corpwatch.org

    Deutsche Bank Pays $2.5 billion Fine For Interest Rate Rigging

    April 28th, 2015

    Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay out a record $2.5 billion fine to settle U.K. and U.S. government investigations into allegations of fixing global interest rates, just months after six other banks paid out $4.3 billion on similar charges. Activists say that the banks should have faced criminal charges.

    1. Until people go to jail and the fines are more than the profits made this kind of thing will continue to be a profit center for the banks and the government (is there a difference?).

  6. In case you haven’t noticed the NSA/CIA combination has been on a killing spree world wide for the last couple of years and has really stepped it up in the last two. Educated,well travelled people involved in international programs are the most at risk as they see the possible involvement and are in a position to develope evidence of the intelligence communities involvement in any number of outbreaks,coup de gras’,mercenary inspired revolutions,etc. What a shame when your good heart and high education spell your doom. Makes me grateful to be a low-life bastard. Maybe thats the purpose.

  7. This sounds like something from the paranoid Agenda 3 program from the last century. But again who knows what the twisted plans of our excuses for leaders are.

  8. Once you have read tightly argued and carefully researched material (admittedly a minority of what can be found out there) the sloppy articles and videos are a bit disappointing. But this might spur us to do our own research.
    Now it seems that car- and plane-hacking is catching up with the more old-fashioned “falling” off the top of buildings…

  9. Surely people are being murdered. However,the article states that melissa kentunuti was killed in philly and found dead in her london home! The dude in singapore was considered a traitor apparently. The aids researchers might have been just unlucky not intended targets on Mh17. A sloppy report.

  10. Why does the article state “74 in the last two years” and then provide a source link that lists 74 deaths spanning from 2004-2015?

      1. Yeah probably have to agree with you, Patricia.

        I just had a look at NASA’s personnel numbers; they claim they have over 18,000 permanent staff and around 40,000 contract staff. Even using the permanents as a guide, 74 deaths in around two years comes in at less than one half of one percent of the entire permanent working personnel.

        Could we expect to see similar death statistics at other major US employers with similar personnel numbers to that of NASA over a two year spread? If one was to include deaths by both natural causes and mis-adventure we probably would do I’d imagine.

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