White Cop Caught On Dashcam Video Telling Black Driver ‘I Don’t Care About Your People’

A Georgia police officer was recently caught on his own dashcam video telling an African American driver “I don’t care about your people.” The bizarre incident of overt racism came out of the blue during a traffic stop. Far from denying it, the department tells us that officer Maurice Lawson did in fact say this, and that he has been disciplined and reassigned. The footage is from a November 16 traffic stop that occurred at around 2am. That’s when Brian Baker, 33, was pulled over for a “traffic violation” that was a dubious pretext at best for the stop. But Baker isn’t the one being cited now. Cobb County police Capt. J.D. Adcock said that an investigation found Lawson had violated the department’s code of conduct during the stop, in an Atlanta suburb. Baker did everything “right” that people – particularly within the African American community – are told […] Read More

2013: I Thought the U.S. Was the Land of Gold— Now I See It as Rude and Disrespectful

American foreign policy limits interactions with countries like Ghana. This leads to arrogant interactions and generalizations “Is it all right to say that?” He said this looking at me questioning. “Yeah, yeah it’s all right”, I responded – even though I hadn’t quite heard what he had said. “Ah. I was asking because Ghanaians can get very defensive.” Now he had my full attention. “Yes”, I agreed. “We get defensive because people like you come here and just spend all your time criticizing us. If Ghana was such a bad place would you have come here?” He responded: “This is exactly what I’m talking about. You’re getting defensive now”. The conversation fizzled to a stop, and the American man walked away. While talking to Americans and other expatriates, I’ve found myself playing the role of the defensive Ghanaian – a role I hate being cast in – a few too many […] Read More

2000: Exclusive interview with Andy Pero

Interview with Eve Frances Lorgen, M.A June 13, 2000 [Intro notes from John Quinn, NewsHawk Inc. hawki@luckynumber.com : Here’s an interview with an individual named Andy Pero. I met Pero personally through Preston Nichols, author of several books about the Montauk Project which Nichols was personally involved in. A section of our book “PHOENIX UNDEAD: The Montauk Project And Camp Hero Today” featured an autobiographical sketch by Pero, identified by the pseudonym ‘Mr. Coffee” in the book. Here’s more recent information from the survivor of horrendous mind control programming directly connected to the infamous Montauk Project operations; activities which also included some of the most advanced experimental work into relativistic and quantum physics which has ever been done, including interdimensional and time travel experiments. In particular, Pero’s comments and insights about what he was involved in at Montauk, such as with the so-called ‘Montauk chair,” are extremely interesting and […] Read More

2000: Ghost Light Directory

THE LIST 1) The Marfa Lights – Chianti Mountains in Southwest Texas between the towns of Alpine and Marfa.  Seen along a 35 mile stretch of US Hwy 90.  Multiple lights.   2) Brown Mountain Lights (I)- 8 miles Northwest of Morgantown, Nc.  Best views- Wiseman’s View, Linville, Grandfather Mountain, Table Rock or Rt. 181 Overlook.  Pink-orange or reddish in color.  Hovers from 1 to 15 minutes.  So bright that they can be seen from Blowing Rock, 20 miles to the Northeast.  John Harden, chronicler of Tar Heelia enigmas first saw them in 1850.   3) Maco Light (I) (D) – Near Wilmington, NC.  First appeared in 1867 near Hood’s Creek along Atlantic Coast Line Tracks.  One white, one green and weaves 3 feet above tracks.  Surname Joe Baldwin’s Light.   4) Summerville, SC – was Sheep Island Road.  Light discovered in December 1961.  Reported in mid-March 1962 by […] Read More

2004: Egypt’s pyramids, unearthed off Georgia coast

These ancient walled villages were constructed before Egypt’s pyramids and include the earliest pottery in North America. Credits: (c) 2004, Gary C. Daniels, LostWorlds.org (Atlanta) Six hours southeast of Atlanta off the Georgia coast on Sapelo Island, archaeologists have unearthed the remains of an ancient walled city that predates the construction of many of Egypt’s pyramids. Known as the Sapelo Shell Ring Complex, this ancient city was constructed around 2300 B.C. and featured three neighborhoods each surrounded by circular walls twenty feet in height constructed from tons of seashells. Some of the earliest pottery in North America was also found buried in the remains of this lost city. The site is quite an enigma because at the time of its construction the Native Americans living in the area were simple hunters and gatherers who had yet to invent agriculture. Many scholars believe agriculture is a prerequisite for civilization. Did […] Read More

Who Are These People?

This is info from a trusted source: An actual Illuminati defector. “The Illuminati are a group of people who follow a philosophy known as “Illuminism” or “enlightenment”. The Illuminati were named several hundred years ago, but trace their roots and history to the ancient mystery religions of Egypt, ancient Babylon, and even Mesopotamia. Out of these ancient religions, which were practiced secretly over hundreds and hundreds of years, there arose esoteric groups which continued to practice the rites, traditions, and enculturation brought in from the original groups. Over the centuries, these groups practiced openly in some countries, and covertly in countries where Christianity or other religions opposed their practices. Some of the groups which came out of these ancient roots included the order of the Knights Templar, Rosicrucian’s, Baphetomism, and Druidic cults. These groups were the forerunners, or roots, of modern day Illuminism. The original Illuministic leaders chose to […] Read More