The rise of the trad-radical

There’s all sorts of danger for people dabbling in this area of investigation.

The first wave were the brave ones, called kooks because, way before their time and without corroboration, they saw things which were wrong, dug in the heels and pursued them.  Woodstein were not these, anything those two found came from FBI hints, WaPo itself a leftwing citadel under Katie Graham, illuminati plus.  Ben Bradley not far behind – Washington left aristocracy.

The ones I’m referring to are people like Liz Crokin and Colin Ross who do stumble upon something – you know how it goes – they meet resistance from above, things mysteriously start happening, in her case sexual assault and then when you look at the bio – first her detractors and then her own autobio – she comes over as someone a bit … er … shaky on the fact side.

Gossip columnist but I’d remind you of another gossip columnist – Dorothy Kilgallen who really was onto something quite big.

For example, Liz wrote a eulogy of Gaga who, to anyone watching this thing, is in the same league as Swift, Beyonce, JayZ, Handler, Minaj, Allison Mack – they’re legion and all are saying and doing the same low-class thing.

Every single one of the first wavers are/were a bit kooky, a bit different, because that was how they made their discoveries.  Colonel Harrumph with his living room ‘I don’t do conspiracy theories’ these first wavers ain’t.

And the latter are so easily mocked in trolling, plus what they come out with is so OTT that almost everyone hears the words tinfoil and conspiracy and there’s an end on’t.

Then they’re dealt with, like Congressman Larry McDonald and investigative journo Gary Webb.

So how then can Liz Crokin come out with this [H/T Distant Relative – download it before it’s taken down]?

The reasons these people are not heeded for so long, they do persist and slowly shift ground, e.g. away from Gaga, was pointed out by Svali in 2000 – the things they are claiming happened are so bizarre, so OTT that no sane person could countenance them, they must be from some Peckinpah, plus they lack corroboration which has still not been taken down of countered, e.g. by the faux False Memory Syndrome crowd. I failed to archive so much in the early days.

The second wave are us, the less frenetic or wild investigative journos, with less edgy lives, though they might once have been [sayin’ nuffink], and we start needing corroboration, therefore we’re going to eventually be taken seriously once things do start unravelling but not before. We’ve been at this game a very long time now.

When things like this start appearing though from the third wave:

… then the first and second can relax just a little but not for long, knowing there are others now on the case, that events themselves are going to produce a fourth wave:

Those are people who have lived ordinary lives till now.  Were they in Britain, they’d vote Brexit Party but probably couldn’t go Tommy … yet.

Somewhere in here appears what I call the new trad-radical, i.e. someone who, to all intents and purposes, was a family person – job, car, fairly centrist in ideas, maybe a bit conservative if pressed.

They now see things like the Podesta videos and some have seen the Clinton doings themselves and could never in a million years imagine humans could sink that low. I did not get into the subject at the time and so missed it, being onto the Belgium case in The Missing Children at OoL, other things in Germany and so on.

Liz Crokin explains well what the Donald’s actually about – interesting that he should be really gunning now behind the scenes, so get the popcorn ready, folks.

One who’s part first wave, part second, part third, is Katie Hopkins, plus Laura Loomer but not Lauren Southern:

They find traction, enough people like them, they do well.  The PTB tend not to turn them into martyrs.

The fifth wave are the upcoming kids – the Millennials and post-Millennials:

… and hopes for this world really do rest on these.

3 comments for “The rise of the trad-radical

  1. July 16, 2019 at 13:50

    Two references in connection with this are:

    In the latter, two names appear prominently – Nihoul and Solvay. The latter was identified by children in the Dutroux matter.

    In Nebraska, one of the victims was Johnny Gosch, whose mother claims he was taken to this place:

    … castle situated near the village of Muno in Belgium. This castle has a cathedral with a dome containing 1000 lights. The castle is referred to as the Mothers-of-Darkness castle and Monarch programming is supposedly performed on children there. This castle is also known as the ‘Castle of Kings’. Its real name is ‘Chateau des Amerois’ and it is located in Bouillon (Belgium), near the village of Muno. This castle and its domain, the Muno forest once belonged to Prince Philippe of Saxe-Cobourg-Gotha, Count of Flanders and father of King Albert I. He purchased the property in 1869 to the Marquis van der Noot d’Assche.The castle of Romantic style was built in 1877 for Philippe of Saxe-Cobourg Gotha by the architect Gustave Saintenoy. It has 365 windows. This castle was later bought by Alice Solvay, niece of the Belgian scientist and industrialist Ernest Solvay and today is apparently still owned by the Solvay’s.”

    Saxe-C-G is now known as the Windsors. As for 1000 points of light:

    • Luther Burgsvik
      July 16, 2019 at 14:15

      Speaking of the Dutroux Affair, there’s an excellent website by a Dutch chap who has been thoroughly investigating the affair, and the antics of TUA for a decade or so (he’s identified four groups who the major powers on the planet: Liberals, Conservatives/neocons, Vatican Pan-Europa, and Zionists). It’s full of references, sources, links and so on, for those who want to do follow up research.

      For the few who haven’t come across it I’d recommend giving it the once over.

      • Andy5759
        July 16, 2019 at 15:27

        Bookmarked, thank you.

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