I find it hard to believe that I only just now discovered the black ops whistleblower, Cody Snodgres. I put Snodgres in the same league as financial whistleblower Ronald Bernard, given how his life story truly blows my mind wide open (again).
My discovery came in the middle of last night, when, in a sleepless bout, I decided to listen to one of X22’s special reports. It happened to be only an hour long, for which I was grateful. When I checked out Cody Snodgres’s other videos, they all seem to be at least two hours long. And no wonder! Given the dramatic details of his earlier life as a black ops operative, I imagine he could talk for 24 hours straight and my eyes would still be popping.
This brave man, after 22 years of lying low — having finally devolved from a CIA asset into a CIA liability after refusing a million dollar bribe to serve as the patsy who blows up the Murray Building in Oklahoma City — now lays it all out, how the CIA works to create havoc everywhere while profiting from the ruins and covering its tracks. CIA ops are even more disgusting than I had imagined.
And closer to now, check out this very clear and perspicacious article by Steve Beckow who, unfortunately, doesn’t usually write about politics, and prefers only channeled sources. When he does follow his more down-to-earth nose, and in this case, does only one thing, check out wikipedia on the subject, this is the result. YES! A fascinating perspective on yesterday’s atrocity in Pittsburgh, and how the official narrative of this and any psyop instantly rolls out, having been clearly, obviously, composed beforehand. Reminds me of the hefty 342 page Patriot Act, sitting on a shelf, awaiting its fear-inducing false flag, and signed into law only six weeks post-9/11.
Update, 10/31/18: Several commentators have noticed that this article has now been deleted on Steve Beckow’s site. WHY? His decision? Wish I had copied and pasted it here.