Today’s Guardian newspaper is full of heart-rending stuff but there’s no jailhouse holding this supposed Marine hostage. Can Matt Williams produce a picture of himself standing next to Manning outside of his cell? Neither can anyone else and it’s not because the UCMJ prohibits contact with incarcerated soldiers, Matt too fell for psy-ops fabrication.
The image the world knows is that of one Joshua Federici, an actor playing the role of Bradley Manning who had the known pictures taken by ‘you’d never guess who’ years ago. Every news organ in the world has jumped on this story but Williams overeggs often and proves he’s nothing more than a second rate copywriter going along for a paid ride.
Legally, NEWS doesn’t have to be factual and Williams knows it’s just entertainment. The true truth about Truthers, the awakened masses that don’t have a clue they’ve gone from one half-asleep state to another is that they like it that way. The odd narrative is simple and Cass Sunstein did inform everyone government money would be used to back White House conspiracy narratives to bowl over logical dissent from informed doubters.
The world is a much better place than media present, it’s only those who are happy to benefit from chaos that need weeding out. But rest easy, they only have to keep this up until 21 December when the Federal Reserve’s 99 years run out. That’s the day the FED want everyone on planet Earth confused and their language confounded, Tower of Babel style. It’s culmination of a 150 year long gold and real estate robbery that RMI Fellows have been tracking since Jim Willie informed us that Fort Knox is only full of Nerve Gas.
Back up for a moment to weeks ago when Julian Assange was seeking asylum in Ecuador, did you fall for that one too? If he ever shares a cell with Manning in a new production and central casting handlers decide a media circus was just what the doctor ordered, RMI would be happy to pay all expenses for Matt Williams to visit for an interview and we’d bet a million his story will be about how badly prison aged poor, helpless Bradley.