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    There was some nut on You-Tube claiming the man with the broken tibia sticking out from the end of his blasted-off leg was a crisis actor with a broken tibia prosthesis being used to fake the injury.


    This woman is a trained medical doctor. Look at her website claiming the man with the protruding tibia was a faker. What is going on here in America?




    http://www.goodnewsaboutgod.com/stud...n_marathon.htm

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    I read his whole Laurel Canyon series, and found many parts to be very interesting, other parts just weird, while some of it contained huge leaps of logic and speculation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracy Riddle View Post
    I read his whole Laurel Canyon series, and found many parts to be very interesting, other parts just weird, while some of it contained huge leaps of logic and speculation.
    Yes, some parts are weird indeed, and some parts take leaps into speculative areas somewhat unsupported. However, I do think the book and his research has merit. There are just too many persons and strange things going on in one Canyon in L.A. to be completely chance events. No doubt some of the events are not connected to the others, but something was going on there IMHO. It needs further investigation and I see it as a tangle of starting points from which to do so. The fact that Manson had some connections to the Canyon and that so many of the bands that became prominent did as well, and that so many of them came from military and/or intelligence families is just beyond strange and what statistics would explain. Many books I found 'weird' at first turned out to contain information - of course, others did not after a closer look and cross-checking. My hunch at this point is there was something to his thesis...though it may not be exactly on target.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Doyle View Post
    There was some nut on You-Tube claiming the man with the broken tibia sticking out from the end of his blasted-off leg was a crisis actor with a broken tibia prosthesis being used to fake the injury.


    This woman is a trained medical doctor. Look at her website claiming the man with the protruding tibia was a faker. What is going on here in America?




    http://www.goodnewsaboutgod.com/stud...n_marathon.htm
    While I am very suspicious of the 'Boston Marathon Bombing', and the list of reasons to be suspicious on Day's list are quite good, Day herself seems to be more than a bit strange [or someone is faking her websites and Wikipedia entry, etc. to discredit her]. Of course someone who is strange on many topics can be correct and lucid on another, but I don't see her as a best source to try to further the idea that this incident was in part or totally false-flag. There are more reliable sources that say the same thing, and without links to some other rather dodgy articles and videos. It does appear she really was an orthopedic surgeon and even a teacher of surgery in the past - so her points on the blood and 'amputations' bears considering. Again, here points in the link above seem reasonable to me, but when one looks at the totality of her website, it gives a slightly different impression about her.
    Last edited by Peter Lemkin; 12-03-2015 at 06:01 AM.
    If there is no struggle there is no progress. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will.” - Frederick Douglass
    "Let me issue and control a nation's money and I care not who writes the laws. - Mayer Rothschild
    "Civil disobedience is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience! People are obedient in the face of poverty, starvation, stupidity, war, and cruelty. Our problem is that grand thieves are running the country. That's our problem!" - Howard Zinn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Lemkin View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Doyle View Post
    There was some nut on You-Tube claiming the man with the broken tibia sticking out from the end of his blasted-off leg was a crisis actor with a broken tibia prosthesis being used to fake the injury.


    This woman is a trained medical doctor. Look at her website claiming the man with the protruding tibia was a faker. What is going on here in America?




    http://www.goodnewsaboutgod.com/stud...n_marathon.htm
    While I am very suspicious of the 'Boston Marathon Bombing', and the list of reasons to be suspicious on Day's list are quite good, Day herself seems to be more than a bit strange [or someone is faking her websites and Wikipedia entry, etc. to discredit her]. Of course someone who is strange on many topics can be correct and lucid on another, but I don't see her as a best source to try to further the idea that this incident was in part or totally false-flag. There are more reliable sources that say the same thing, and without links to some other rather dodgy articles and videos. It does appear she really was an orthopedic surgeon and even a teacher of surgery in the past - so her points on the blood and 'amputations' bears considering. Again, here points in the link above seem reasonable to me, but when one looks at the totality of her website, it gives a slightly different impression about her.
    I was under the impression that there were crisis actors involved for the now usual terrorist "exercise" that was running at the time. Was this not the case?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Lemkin View Post

    While I am very suspicious of the 'Boston Marathon Bombing', and the list of reasons to be suspicious on Day's list are quite good, Day herself seems to be more than a bit strange [or someone is faking her websites and Wikipedia entry, etc. to discredit her]. Of course someone who is strange on many topics can be correct and lucid on another, but I don't see her as a best source to try to further the idea that this incident was in part or totally false-flag. There are more reliable sources that say the same thing, and without links to some other rather dodgy articles and videos. It does appear she really was an orthopedic surgeon and even a teacher of surgery in the past - so her points on the blood and 'amputations' bears considering. Again, here points in the link above seem reasonable to me, but when one looks at the totality of her website, it gives a slightly different impression about her.


    OK, I am wise enough on Deep Politics to not discount anything, however the insanity of the tibia prosthesis claim can be simply proven by talking to relatives of the man or his doctor and seeing if he had an amputated leg prior to the bombing. Do you see why that claim is Fetzer-like insane and how easily it is refuted by simple reality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Lemkin View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Tracy Riddle View Post
    I read his whole Laurel Canyon series, and found many parts to be very interesting, other parts just weird, while some of it contained huge leaps of logic and speculation.
    Yes, some parts are weird indeed, and some parts take leaps into speculative areas somewhat unsupported. However, I do thing the book and his research has merit. There are just too many persons and strange things going on in one Canyon in L.A. to be completely chance events. No doubt some of the events are not connected to the others, but something was going on there IMHO. It needs further investigation and I see it as a tangle of starting points from which to do so. The fact that Manson had some connections to the Canyon and that so many of the bands that became prominent did as well, and that so many of them came from military and/or intelligence families is just beyond strange and what statistics would explain. Many books I found 'weird' at first turned out to contain information - of course, others did not after a closer look and cross-checking. My hunch at this point is there was something to his thesis...though it may not be exactly on target.
    I mean "weird" in a metaphysical/paranormal sort of way - Twilight Zone-style, reality is stranger than we think. The Lincoln assassination is filled with these odd synchronicities that can't be accounted for in a conventional conspiracy theory, but nonetheless are true. All of human history is loaded with them, actually, if you look closely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magda Hassan View Post
    Now might be a good time to down load any content you need for research purposes from his website since the website might not be up for too much longer now. Websites are often not maintained by their family for all sorts of reasons.

    http://www.davesweb.cnchost.com/

    Mac and Linux users can use wget in the terminal
    http://jamsubuntu.blogspot.fr/2009/0...-websites.html

    Or try this: https://www.httrack.com/
    Magda was right: the homepage of Daves website is now gone, because the index file is missing. Individual pages are still online though (who knows for how long). I've managed to download his Apollo-series with httrack, but without index file it's a pain.
    Are there smart people here who downloaded a copy of that index-file? And would you be willing to share it? Because that index-file contains all the links to Daves webpages...

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    Here it is in the Internet Archive. You can then right-click your mouse, choose SAVE AS and "Webpage complete" to your computer.

    https://web.archive.org/web/20150925...b.cnchost.com/

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    Thank you Tracy. That was fast!

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