By Joseph P. Farrell
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..
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.