First off was the Ebola martyr story big enough to warrant the
censorship of my blogsite and the subsequent hack attack on my own network?
I don’t believe so.
This information had already trickled down to the Naval War
College and Southern Command. What intelligence was being leaked
originated in a second country also being used by Veterans Today, but which was publicly available.
That is, by denizens of the internet in the know.
No, the pulling of the blogsite by CIA asset Google had
nothing to do with the current Ebola scare. I’ve had time to analyze the attack, and have concluded otherwise.
For the hackers were not only intent upon
pulling my blog, but also hacked my system to delete specific files totally unrelated to Ebola.
In other words, they went to a lot of trouble for what was already ostensibly public knowledge. What was of interest was that these files paint a rather dark picture of an American ruling class family. A member of which who is testing the presidential waters for 2016.
On a number of occasions I’ve questioned the patriotism and motives of the family which has a long history of malfeasance, and a member that even pleaded nolo contendere to charges of trading with the enemy during World War II. If you’re following along, and you know Google has close ties to the CIA, a former director of the agency likely ordered the hack attack.
This fellow himself is an illegal alien. His father Prescott Bush or George H. Scherf, Sr., having stolen the identity of one Robert Samuel Bush in the 1910 census. All documented in an Idaho Observer story. I make no bones about it. All you need do is consult the archives of Google that are now conveniently locked away.
George H.W. Bush is a German immigrant who was known to former Nazi Otto Skorzeny as George H. Scherf, Jr. According to the late Otto Skorzeny, Mr. Bush was sent by the German government, The Third Reich, for purposes of espionage.
Indeed, Prescott Bush, George H. Scherf, Sr., was convicted on espionage charges. I draw no judgment regarding the fitness of Jeb Bush to be president of the United States. That’s up to the American people. However, all such knowledge should be vetted in the public sphere and weighed by the electorate.