“Most don’t see… most who see don’t care… most who care do nothing. This is the formula for enslavement.” — John Dilligent
“I believe that God put me on this Earth to be the best person I could be, and put everybody on this Earth to be the best that they could be. You have to stand up for what’s right in life. Unless you do that… you’re nothing.” — Aaron Russo
Before Aaron Russo died of bladder cancer in August of 2007, he confided to Alex Jones in an interview that he suspected a cancer-causing agent had been intentionally and covertly introduced into his system in an effort to eliminate him from the picture, if only by degrees leading to a premature demise. In the end, even he wasn’t sure, which is only one reason why elimination by this means is so insidiously effective. Let’s face it: if I shoot you, I’m going to know I shot you, you’re going to know I shot you, and everybody else that examines your dead body is going to know I shot you, too. That you’ve been murdered.
But in the instance of “assassination by carcinogen”, not even the victim can be sure he’s been victimized, nor can anyone else, including the coroner or forensic medical examiner. The inevitable ruling is death by natural causes, so in the absence of a legal ruling of death by homicide you can have no suspects. Not to mention the completely demoralizing task of trying to establish when, where and how the poisoning was actually committed, for what motive, and who was directly and indirectly involved… the rational mind of the typical homicide investigator would take one look at this scenario, and fire back immediately, “Completely unsolvable by its very nature”
The perfect crime. It’s just a little slow-acting, like spraying a weed with Round-Up rather than simply pulling it. Some weeds we can afford to take more time with.
But what most people who question both the value and the validity of this increasingly popular extermination practice may fail to consider, however, it that once that compound is delivered into the bloodstream and begins to work it’s magic, which actually happens almost instantly, the host system begins to immediately react. The die is now cast, the result inevitable: the unwitting and hapless victim will soon wither away and die.
Aaron was visibly healthy and robust at the time of the incident, so with him it took longer than it may have with other victims already in a poor state of health for whatever pre-existing reason. But the incident effectively morphed him from a man locked into a life and death struggle with the Illuminati to a man locked into a life and death struggle with terminal cancer. See the instant advantages here? Most of the wind was taken out of his sails almost immediately, as the disease rendered him weakened, fearful and preoccupied, I’m sure. That’s all they need. Then the next time you look up, he’s gone…
Was he murdered? Who can say. Even he didn’t know for sure. But I tend to lend his God-given intuition proper credence, and if you establish a simple timeline of this incident I feel it’s an odd coincidence it begins in 2001, the same year of the belated implementation of the Operation Northwoods masterplan and the extermination of Bill Cooper by more traditional and less exotic means.
I instinctively like and trust this guy. I trust him insofar as I believe in his essential sincerity. What he’s saying — or better put everything he’s saying — may not be the truth, but I’m convinced he’s telling the truth as he knows it, and it’s coming straight from the heart. I believe that it was only that he really cared about the rest of us in a way that truly too few do, that he was driven to do what he did. And in keeping with resident evil, it probably did cost him his life — or at least an undetermined portion of it. He may have had another good 20 years left in him. Think of all he might of accomplished in that span given the track he was on, the circles he freely traveled in, and the publicity he was getting. Not to mention his innate drive and determination. See now how all this works? He’s no longer a threat today, no longer a nuisance, a fly in the ointment. He’s in a hole in the ground, in a box, and he ain’t coming out anytime soon.
In the end, while he may not have given up his life for us, he did dedicate his life to us. So I dedicate this post to him just to throw in my little bit, in the hopes of helping to keep his memory and his work alive… and thus him too, in a sense…
What Do We Know About This Case?
Despite rumors to the contrary, we know that there is a Nick Rockefeller, that he is a member of the Rockefeller family, that he lists his occupation as a practicing California attorney, that he involves himself in educational affairs both nationally and internationally, stressing a globalist approach to education, that he is listed on the CFR’s membership roster for 2010 along with four other members of the Rockefeller family, and that he has been active in Chinese business and educational affairs, jet-setting there and back with such notables as the manager of Goldman Sachs asian division. This much I have confirmed with my own independent research.
We also know that Aaron was acquinted with Nick however briefly, because we are looking at the two together in this picture, with Nick on the right:
The two men I’m looking at in this photograph appear to me to be on the best of terms.
We know the general concept couldn’t be too ludicrous: the U.S. Government funded research and development in the area of weaponized aerosol delivery of fast-acting carcinogens back in the fifties.
We know this isn’t the first time an allegation like this has been made, perhaps the most notable example in respect to the death of Bob Marley of melanoma cancer in 1981.
We know we have documented precedents of similar crimes occurring. If you choose to boil all this down to a high-tech spin on murder by poison — which it is — then the list of previous documented examples would stretch from here to the moon and back — with an emphasis on royalty, politicians, the wealthy elite, and black ops operatives.
We know we have at least one documented example of a similar recent crime in the poisoning death of the Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko. From Wikipedia:
Alexander Litvinenko was a former officer of the Russian Federal Security Service, FSB and KGB, who escaped prosecution in Russia and received political asylum in the United Kingdom. He wrote two books, Blowing up Russia: Terror from within and Lubyanka Criminal Group, where he accused the Russian secret services of staging Russian apartment bombings and other terrorism acts to bring Vladimir Putin to power.
On 1 November 2006, Litvinenko suddenly fell ill and was hospitalized. He died three weeks later, becoming the first confirmed victim of lethal polonium-210-induced acute radiation syndrome. According to doctors, “Litvinenko’s murder represents an ominous landmark: the beginning of an era of nuclear terrorism”.
Litvinenko’s allegations about the misdeeds of the FSB and his public deathbed accusations that Russian president Vladimir Putin were behind his unusual malady resulted in worldwide media coverage.
Subsequent investigations by British authorities into the circumstances of Litvinenko’s death led to serious diplomatic difficulties between the British and Russian governments. Unofficially, British authorities asserted that “we are 100% sure who administered the poison, where and how”, but they did not disclose their evidence in the interest of a future trial. The main suspect in the case, a former officer of the Russian Federal Protective Service (FSO), Andrei Lugovoy, remains in Russia. As a member of the Duma, he now enjoys immunity from prosecution. Before he was elected to the Duma, the British government tried to extradite him without success.
You people need to wake up to the fact that this is how your overlords — your puppetmasters — operate. Just another day at the office… “Aaron Russo’s dead.” “Oh, good. What a pain that guy was. How ’bout those Cards… whaddaya drinking?”
Now go back to the Wikipedia article and reread the first paragraph. This man isn’t making any allegations. This man is telling you straight-up and straight-out: “This is who I am, this is who I worked for, this is what we did.”
What it amounts to is that the Russian version of the CIA was directly responsible for the planning and carrying-out of false-flag terrorist bombing attacks on domestic (Russian) soil — the Russian version of 9/11. Well, I’m somehow vaguely comforted — misery always loves company — we’ve got ’em doing the same thing over here.
The few at the top ultimately responsible for the occurence of these events are globalist in worldview, they recognize no allegiance to national borders, political parties, religious persuasions, any of that. Consolidation of complete global power is their only aim, nothing else.
If you stop to think about it, if Aaron Russo was assassinated by the administering of an exotic poison and his untimely demise a legitimate crime, then these two crimes under analysis here — Russo and Litvinenko — are identical: they’re the same crime!
1) A false-flag attack is perpetrated on domestic soil by elements of the country’s own intelligence agencies…
2) A lone whistle-blower comes forward to tell the tale…
3) Said whistle-blower is subsequently dispatched by way of an exotic poison.
On The Other Hand…
There are a couple of elements regarding Aaron’s supposition that are hard to wrap your head around when attempting to view this scenario as a viable crime. But these pyschological factors. which actually represent exercises in critical misthinking, would have only offered the perpetrator(s) a decided edge were the crime more real than imagined. Because murders are won in the hearts and minds of the medical examiner and district attorney. Fool the one or demoralize the other and you’ve just bought yourself a “get out of jail free” card.
The first question any rational mind would ask itself concerning this case is: Why would anyone want to eliminate someone using a method that takes so long to culminate in death? Six years? Come on… On its face it really sounds kind of ridiculous — just nonsensical.
But I may have actually wrapped my head all the way around that one, and believe me, it wasn’t easy…
First off, the date of death is a far lesser consideration in a case like this than the date of the poisoning, which represents the date of the actual murder as far as I’m concerned. And that was coincidentally in 2001, when all this was kicking off and going on. So that fits.
It’s almost irrelevant how long it takes the body to drop — the crime was committed in 2001, when all these other relevant crimes were in the process of being committed. We don’t know how long it may have been expected that Aaron would survive after the fatal dose was administered. Two years? Maybe even as little as six months? Maybe Aaron just beat all the odds and held out a lot longer than anyone would have expected, who can say? Look at Lance Armstrong. Maybe something went wrong with the dose, or he didn’t get the full dose, or he ended-up vomiting most of it back up, or it was just some crappy shit made in China… who can say?
This was simple eyewitness testimony and once it’s out you can’t put the cat back in the bag. The damage was done. It was obvious it wasn’t going to court anytime soon. So an act such as this might be perpetrated along the lines of a “Gotcha, Sucka” more than anything else. I could see it happening. And if his alleged poisoning was part of a witness eradication program, given the time it would’ve taken to bring such a monumental conspiracy case (9/11) to court, on top of the typical trial delays, Aaron could reasonably have been expected to either be deceased by that time, or too severely ill to take the stand.
The other one is that because the rational mind wants to lump Aaron in with the “conspiracy theorists” it tends to tell itself it’s only natural he would even manufacture a conspiracy over something like this. The guy sees a conspiracy behind every rock, bush and tree. He’d probably cry conspiracy if he caught a cold. More critical misthinking, since again, Aaron played the role of simple, straightforward eyewitness in this case and nothing more: “This is who I am, this is who I knew, this is what he said.”
After being told and retold, over and over again and again, Aaron’s story remained amazingly consistent. He never added anything to it or took anything away. When given the opportunity to embellish on his story he flatly refused. These are all the hallmark characteristics of an honest and truthful witness.