Alt Media Land has been afflicted by Mercury Retrograde. The suffering hopefully ends on April 15th.
There’s surprising strife on Sibel Edmond’s Newsbud channel. She’s accusing James Corbett of engaging in a smear campaign against her. It’s sad because the two collaborated on a weekly podcast for years. Then I see Jason Goodman’s YouTube channel has a status I’ve never heard of before. It’s still up but he can’t post new videos, in a situation that’s not being described as temporary. He’s started a new Crowdsource 2 channel.
And who can ever forget Jason Goodman’s Internet-breaking phone call with Douglas Gabriel, which I posted on March 28th? It left me feeling as if I’d been roughed-up and mugged. I was very let down by the unnecessary roughness but it was real and I thought it merited attention.
That same day, my website was hit with the first major distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack in over six months, which disconnected the site’s database from the server for a few hours on a very rare afternoon when I was away from my devices. It seems people all over the space are getting hacked and infected.
In the spirit of Mercury Retrograde, which is all about re-doing and and do-overs, I’m posting Douglas Gabriel’s interview on Lift the Veil, which is long but it answers a lot of lingering questions that people have about Douglas Gabriel and his past as an NSA cryptologist, as a young Jesuit, as an Anthroposophist, etc. – and he takes callers’ questions, with fully-researched answers vetted by his “conclave” of retired intelligence personnel, including who did 9/11 (Bush Senior and Dick Cheney, covered up with the help of Robert Mueller, et al), George Webb, Jason Goodman, Imran Awan, the DNC Leak, Seth Rich and the Federal Reserve Bank.
I was completely appalled by Gabriel’s behavior in the Jason Goodman call, especially because I’d been so positively-impressed by his Aim4Truth.org website and American Intelligence Media YouTube channel. My sense is that he probably has a temper problem that has sabotaged his efforts in the past. Still, I am hard-pressed to find articles and audios anywhere close to the quality that he brings and having watched this whole interview very carefully and watched him answer many caller questions, I feel as if he’s fully acquitted himself.