Kerry Cassidy . . .Again

Kerry Cassidy Again.

 

Kerry Cassidy again shows on Project Camelot that she is determined to prove that there is no conspiracy too far fetched for her to pass up. Her ability to recycle old conspiracies or create new ones is perhaps not that unusual in QAnon, but does anybody surpass her in the way she makes pronouncements?

 Only Kerry Cassidy . . . Again
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First, Cassidy reposts a false report (dated September 2) that there is  “Chinese Training at Camp Grayling – FEMA Camp Michigan.”  According to the report, the Chinese military crossed our northern border and are currently in Michigan at the behest of the United Nations. They allegedly are occupying Camp Grayling —  the camp supposedly was used during the Jade Helm training exercises to rehearse putting down an American insurrection against a foreign takeover of our government.  Kerry states “THIS IS NOT GOOD. . .  .”

I could agree with her if she if was writing that the fake news was not good, but I doubt this was her meaning. In 2015, the “Jade Helm” military exercises in Texas and other nearby states was seen as plot to bring in Chinese troops to establish martial law.  Alex Jones stated that HELM referred to Homeland Eradication of Local Militants. Although obviously that did not happen, nothing can keep a good conspiracy down.  

As to Camp Grayling, the only Chinese troops seen there have been Taiwanese who were part of training exercises last August. The camp is reported to be very quiet this past week, although it might have been hard to get Labor Day reservations at the camp’s RV park. Somehow, it is doubtful that the RVers were Chinese communists in disguise.

Kerry Cassidy Weather Weapon

Not to be outdone, Kerry also goes on to promote her own ideas about the latest moves to prevent a Trump restoration.

KEEP IN MIND… that HURRICANE IDA is a WEATHER WAR WEAPON RELEASED BY THE DEEP STATE CABAL to demonstrate that if the ELECTION RESULTS get released to the public they will unleash their fury… Hurricane Ida was their WARNING TO THE TRUMP TEAM.  A 911 FALSE FLAG WOULD BE THEIR NEXT MOVE…in theory.  

Kerry states that a Catholic visionary received a premonition that there will be a false flag on September 12.

Caveat:  I personally have not had any vision regarding the date 9.11 so far however it is clear that THE ELECTION RESULTS ARE IN and must be given to the PEOPLE… if Biden and team do not step down then (in theory) the Trump team will release the results.  THIS IS THE DEFINING MOMENT.  Which side will back down?  Where to we go from here?  And if Biden steps down and Trump is back in will they release the results anyway?  And how does any of this really prevent violence or civil war if the PEOPLE choose otherwise?

Will the cabal stop at nothing to somehow stop the Trump restoration? Since Cassidy has posited that the Miami condo collapse was a shot across the bow aimed at Trump, the hurricane would be at least the second warning given to the Trump Team. It seems certain, however, that a weather weapon does not account for Ida. Humanity as a whole has  created global climate changes that have led to increasingly severe results.

Trump did his best to contribute to this crisis — if there is a cabal it is one that includes the wealth, power, and blindness that the Trump administration epitomized. Make no mistake about it, his presidency represented the New World Order.

Kerry’s warnings about violence and civil war should be taken more seriously since they echo at least some QAnon thought, with the potential for new violence.  The normalization of conspiracy is a hallmark for insurrection. Given the refusal to recognize the election results and the impasse that Republican senators have created, Kerry’s question asking “where do we go from here” seems valid, although not in the way that she intended.  

Kerry Cassidy again . . . She believes that those who cannot accept her visions lack imagination. Too much imagination can be even more of a problem.

 


 

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Flying SaucerConspiracy Culture has added QAnon to claims about UFOs or is it the other way around?

 

“What we need to do as science educators, journalists and historians is to educate the public — not necessarily on the specifics of each and every case but on the rules of evidence, the burden of proof and how experts come to an understanding of what something is or what it could be. That’s a difficult task. It’s a lot easier to say, “Could be aliens,” or “Maybe not aliens,” than to say, “There are a range of possibilities. Some are more likely than others.”

– Jason Colavito, Salon, 6-21-2021


Further adds a link to an article in the New Republic by Jason Colavito exploring the connection with UFOs and right wing conspiracies. Although Colavito does not mention the cast of characters that are discussed here, it is important to understand the rise of this movement.  

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Right wing conspiracy and UFO culture have never been entirely separate. The far right ideas of William Cooper (Behold a Pale Horse) and the early Patriot movement were embraced by many in the UFO world and are still influential — although Cooper eventually rejected the UFO portion of his ideas. That connection has grown through a common idea that there is a secret body of knowledge that explains how the world really works, which is being hidden from the public.  

The idea of a secret group has long been part of the basic stable of the UFO conspiracy culture. NICAP grew out of the belief that the military had secret knowledge. From the far end of the scale, George Adamski promoted the idea of a silence group that kept the secrets of alien contact hidden from the public. Today, Richard Dolan and others promote the idea of a secret breakaway civilization. Meanwhile, disclosure advocates offer the hope that soon everything will be revealed.  

One problem with disclosure is that unless it conforms to preexisting beliefs, it will never be believed — if disclosure shows that there is nothing to disclose, people would reject it as disinformation. This has become even more problematic as consistently darker conspiracies push the boundaries further. It is one reason why belief in UFOs is subject to manipulation. (See Adam Gorightly, Saucers, Spooks, and Kooks: UFO Disinformation in the Age of Aquarius.)

For some, the conspiracy itself is what is important. Once that path is taken, it is only a small leap to embrace any number of things. As Tucker Carlson said in 2016, in light of Trump’s improbable success could other things be true?  In light of his defeat, the improbable has taken on new meaning for many. There are those like Carlson or Juan Savin who weave even more tales to move their followers even further to the right

Kerry Cassidy and Project Camelot have long echoed the belief that “insiders” can explain what happening in the world and virtually every event is a false flag. This led her to Mark Richards. This also led her deeper into the world of Q and she has gone far beyond the earlier interviews with Captain Mark Richards to embrace Trump, Melania, and Savin –  a belief in the restoration of the dynasty because they could not have been wrong about it from the beginning.

We may return to that topic in future articles, but Trump is a strange pick if you are against the either New World Order or the vaccine. Trump has claimed credit for the vaccine being developed under Operation Warp Speed and he promoted a world order based solely upon his profits and power. So what does Kerry and the conspiracy culture see in him?

As shown in The Dreams of Kerry Cassidy , there has been changing positions taken by Mark Richards over the years with respect to Trump. Was Mark simply going along with Kerry? If Kerry truly believes that Mark is a space captain and respects him as a whistleblower, does Melania’s role with the reptilians give her pause? Will Mark emerge as a voice of reason — or do Kerry’s recent articles simply make him appear to have been more reasonable than he ever was?