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Jimi Hendrix Was Murdered. FBI COINTELPRO Is One Suspect

Woodstock Story

Jimi Hendrix is an icon in the hard rock music vein. To this day almost 40 years after his death, he is seen as one of the most influential rock guitarists in rock history.

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I Can Almost Have It All But I Have To Go To Bed Early: On Good Citizenship And Motherhood

Last January, a popular article in the New York Times spotlighted civil rights and peace activists who in 1971 stole papers from an FBI office and began a years-long expose on J. 665 more words

Two New Wicked Game Chapters Plus

Updated Chapter 37 in a couple of ways, esp. adding in Eric McDavid. Also now with mo’ better grammar.

Added Chapter 38 and Chapter 39… 102 more words

Be Paranoid

Another clever Orwellian application of language is the habit of the authorities of accusing anyone who raises suspicions about their activities as “paranoid”. It is a verbal gag equivalent to the charge of “racism” with the same intention and effect – to stop that train of conversation and put the one accused on the defensive. 432 more words

Bookmarks for Future Wicked Game Updates

Amanda Holpuch, “Man convicted of ‘eco-terrorism’ freed amid claims FBI hid evidence: Eric McDavid sentenced to nearly 20 years in 2007 for conspiring to bomb one or more targets including electric power stations and cellphone towers,” … 683 more words

When Government Goes to War Against Us

Cointelpro 101: The Sabotage of Legitimate Dissent

By Andres Alegria, Prentis Hemphill, Anita Johnson and Claude Marks (2010)

Film Review

Cointelpro is the name given to the illegal counterinsurgency program FBI director J Edgar Hoover launched in the fifties and sixties against the civil rights movement, the American Indian Movement, the Puerto Rican independence movement, the Chicano/Mexicano rights movement, unions and different social justice movements. 497 more words

Attacks On The Working Class

Mike Karbon Update

Background: Mike “Tank” Karbon was a man I met on a few occasions who died mysteriously, cause unknown. The coroner as I understand it said that his heart simply stopped beating and he could find no reason for that to be the case. 388 more words