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Jade Helm double take: Here are ten supposed "conspiracy theories" blasted by the media that turned out to be TRUE

Jade Helm
(NaturalNews) All the talk about the Jade Helm military exercises targeting Texas as "hostile territory" has turned the mainstream media into its usual self: finger-wagging denialists who pretend nothing is ever a threat unless they say so first. Jade Helm is no threat to your safety, they insist, but a tiny measles outbreak in Disneyland that killed no one should have you screaming in total panic. (Did you properly put on your measles paranoia tin foil hat before getting injected at Walgreens?)

According to the status quo media, nothing nefarious is ever planned by governments. Never mind the fact that nearly every act of genocide and war in the last two centuries was planned and carried out by governments. The phenomenon is called "democide," and in just the last century or so, over 260 million people have been mass murdered by governments.

Click here to watch my video mini-documentary on democide.

The clueless mainstream media also has a very short memory. It can't remember world history, American history or even what it reported five years ago. As I show here, the very same things the media is now reporting as facts were derided as "conspiracy theories" just a few short years ago.

Here are ten relevant examples:

#1 - The militarization of police and the rising police state in America

Up until the last two years, anyone who suggested a police state was on the march in America was mocked as a paranoid kook.

The mocking stopped when even the leftist media could no longer deny police were arming up with mine-proof armored cars, battlefield weapons and storm trooper gear complete with black masks.

Now, as police brutality is being unleashed all across America -- mostly in inner cities targeting African-Americans -- the same leftist media that denied the existence of the police state is suddenly screaming for it to stop.

Who was screaming about it ten years before everyone else? People like Alex Jones -- the very guy now being singled out by the leftist media for discussing concerns over Jade Helm.

See my article from last year, Do you believe us now? Police state militarization of USA was foretold by alternative media.

#2 - Yes, the government is spying on your emails and phone calls

The statement seems obvious today, in the post-Edward Snowden era. But before the Snowden disclosures, anyone who suggested the government was spying on Americans was labeled a whacko conspiracy theorist.

The mere mention of government spying on American citizens earned you a tidal wave of mockery from the mainstream media, which stupidly claimed the U.S. government would never spy on its own citizens.

Today, even WIRED openly discusses the illegal NSA surveillance and spying in articles like this one which states, "The first news story to break based on the Snowden documents described how the NSA collects the cell phone call records of every American."

But today we know it goes way beyond metadata. We now know, thanks entirely to the independent media, that the NSA also records your voice calls and converts them into searchable text documents. They are transcribing your phone call conversations, in other words.

What was once a "wild conspiracy theory" is now recognized as a fact. Indeed, a federal appeals court in the United States has now ruled that mass NSA spying on U.S. citizens violates the Patriot Act. See the Wall Street Journal article here.

In other words, the denialists in the mainstream media who once claimed there was no spying on U.S. citizens are now forced to report on its factual existence. They offer no apologies, of course, to all the people who warned about this over the last two decades... people who were absolutely correct, yet were labeled "conspiracy theorists" for being years ahead of their time.

Click here for hi-res image of JADE HELM Memory Wipes.

#3 - The rise of the parenting police state

Similarly, for many years we in the independent media have been warning about the "parenting police state" and the kidnapping of children by CPS and medical staff.

Like everything else mentioned here, this has also been viciously attacked as a conspiracy theory. Yet the reports of children being kidnapped for things like playing in the park could not be covered up. Word began to spread, and awareness increased. In time, more and more people realized it wasn't a conspiracy theory at all: it was really happening in their own communities!

Today, even the Washington Post now carries stories that refer to the parenting police state -- a term you used to only see in the independent media.

Once again, the "conspiracy theory" turned out to be true.

#4 - The stock market is totally rigged

Here's another conspiracy theory that turned out to be completely true: the stock market is rigged.

If you're surprised to hear this, you may want to double check your investment portfolio. The truth is the stock market has always been a vehicle for the rich to exploit the suckers who think the market represents a fair playing field.

But now, even the mainstream media has awakened to the reality of the big Wall Street fraud / con. A recent story in the New York Post is titled, Stock market rigging is no longer a 'conspiracy theory'. As the author of the article explains:

The stock market is rigged.

When I started making that claim years ago -- and provided solid evidence -- people scoffed. Some called it a conspiracy theory, tinfoil hats and that sort of stuff. Most people just ignored me.

But that's not happening anymore. The dirty secret is out.

#5 - "They're never going to force you to take vaccines!"

I also remember when anyone who said the government was going to force all children to take vaccines at gunpoint was called a "conspiracy theorist."

"Medicine is always voluntary!" they mocked. "No doctor is going to force someone to take a vaccine if they don't want it."

Now, of course, mandatory vaccines is on the verge of becoming the law of the land in California thanks to SB 277 and Big Pharma's open bribery of legislators like Dr. Pan. Informed consent and the fundamental human right of medical choice has now been utterly abandoned. The conspiracy to inject every child with a toxic vaccine is no longer a "theory" -- it's about to become California law. (And if it does, mandatory vaccinations of adults is next on the list...)

See my new video: "My Body, My Choice".

#6 - Weather control technology

If you really want to bring out the tin foil hat mockery, mention weather control technologies to people. There are still many people who are so utterly uninformed and clueless about reality that they don't realize weather control technology has existed for decades.

Heck, today there are even companies offering weather control services to the public. Need a sunny day for your next wedding? A company called Oliver's Travels can deliver the weather you want... for a fee, of course.

It turns out those mocking everyone for believing in weather control technology were, themselves, the complete fools.

#7 - The mainstream media news is often fabricated

Over the years, those of us who accurately pointed out that mainstream media is pure theater were repeatedly branded kooks. But now NBC News anchor Brian Williams has finally gone public and admitted he totally invented his fabricated war hero story about how he was "riding in a helicopter hit by an RPG." The story was totally fake.

But does Brian Williams admit he lied to try to make himself look like a war hero? Nope. He says, "I don't know what screwed up in my mind that caused me to conflate one aircraft with another." In other words, Williams wants us to believe he confused an aircraft shot with an RPG with the aircraft he was actually sitting in.

Most people would think that sitting in an aircraft that's shot by an RPG would be a memorable enough event to be able to determine whether or not you were actually there. But not Brian Williams, a man whose intellect and memory we are supposed to trust when he reports all the other news.

His story, of course, is pure B.S. His newscast, just like those of Anderson "Green Screen" Cooper, is pure theater. It's all a scripted charade performed by "news actors" reading teleprompters, of course. And there's absolutely no original investigation into anything that might matter, such as the CDC whistleblower scientist who went public with evidence that vaccines really are tied to autism.

#8 - Secret prisons

For the last 20 years, the independent media also warned you about the existence of secret prisons and covert torture centers where people would be "disappeared" by the police or the FBI. Predictably, this was met with the usual derision and mockery of the denialist media, which pretends nothing nefarious is ever true (unless it's carried out by the Koch Brothers, in which case it's the worst evil in the world).

Now, in 2015, proof has finally come to light. As this Guardian article reveals, a covert "black site" interrogation center was operating for years in Chicago. And it was just one of many black sites used by police all across America.

The "conspiracy theorists" once again turned out to be conspiracy analysts who were very much correct in their analyses.

#9 - Ebola really is airborne

Just last year, I remember when any person who suggested Ebola could be spread through the air was aggressively badgered by the media (and the CDC, of course) as an "anti-science kook."

Ebola could never be transmitted via the air, we were told. That's impossible! It's "body fluids only," remember?

But then this Washington Post story surfaced, which intentionally downplayed the huge news that scientists proved Ebola really was airborne.

That was no surprise to me, of course. I'm the investigative journalist who, during the Ebola outbreak in the USA, first reported on the U.S. Army researchers at USAMRIID confirming an Ebola variant was airborne in 1990. In this well-cited article, I quoted the book Hot Zone by Richard Preston, which stated:

The Ebola Reston virus jumped quickly from room to room, and as it blossomed in the monkeys, it seemed to mutate spontaneously into something that looked quite a lot like influenza. But it was an Ebola flu.

The monkeys died with great quantities of clear mucus and green mucus running from their noses, mixed with blood that would not clot. Their lungs were destroyed, rotten and swimming with Ebola virus. They had pneumonia. When a single animal with a nosebleed showed up in a room, generally 80 percent of the animals died in that room shortly afterward. The virus was extraordinarily contagious in monkeys.

#10 - Ebola is safe, but measles is wildly dangerous!

As the Ebola outbreak raged in America, we were repeatedly told by the mainstream media -- following orders from the CDC -- that Ebola was no danger and that people exposed to Ebola didn't even need to be quarantined.

The idea that Ebola could spread from person to person through normal, everyday contact was another "conspiracy theory," we were all told. Nurse Hickox, trained as a covert intelligent operative for the CDC, was celebrated by the media as a female champion for "medical choice" by breaking quarantine and freely mixing with the general public even though she had been exposed to Ebola.

But when the measles propaganda was unleashed over the Disneyland scare a few months later, all the so-called "conspiracy theories" were flipped upside down by the media. Suddenly, we were told that children were highly contagious and that unvaccinated children "must be quarantined!" Ebola is safe, in other words, but measles is so dangerous that we should all panic and freak out.

In reality, of course, Ebola has a kill rate of well over 50%, while measles killed no one at all in the over-hyped Disneyland scenario.

So if you believed that Ebola was dangerous, you were a conspiracy theorist. But if you believed that measles was not dangerous, then you were also a conspiracy theorist. The only way to not be labeled a conspiracy theorist was to go along with the CDC's directives to the media, and those basically came down to the strategy of pushing FEAR for diseases that have profitable vaccines. Merck's vaccine sales surged after the overhyped Disneyland fiasco in which the mainstream media intentionally spread mass paranoia, metaphorically donning tin foil hats themselves as they spouted quack science nonsense about measles being the most dangerous thing in the world. (Fact check: Medicated drivers pose a far greater risk to public safety than anyone with the measles.)

What does all this have to do with Jade Helm?

Not all conspiracy theories are true, of course, and there are always wild variants of every theory that are intentionally distributed to try to discredit the truth of the conspiracy itself. It's a common disinfo technique used by spooks, for example, to wade into a conspiracy conversation with some wild-assed kooky explanation designed to discredit everyone even engaged in the conversation.

With 9/11, for example, any time there's a talk about architects and engineers questioning the miraculous demolition-style collapse of the third building, WTC 7, you'll see some trolls waddle in with statements like, "Yeah, and the planes were only HOLOGRAMS broadcast by ALIENS!"

This is designed to make the entire conversation look loony. We see some of that with Jade Helm, too, and it's obviously staged to discredit the topic altogether. It allows the media to cherry pick the most insane tweet they can find and then paint all those concerned over Jade Helm with the same "lunatic" brush.

Yet in many cases, there is tremendous truth behind the theory. And it also turns out that the theories which are the most aggressively attacked by the media very often turn out to be the most true. It's almost like the media attacks are a dead giveaway that conspiracy analysts are getting too close to the truth.

So when I look at all the analysis surrounding Jade Helm, I am intrigued by the media's seemingly desperate attempt to paint anyone talking about Jade Helm as a whacko conspiracy nut. Thou doth protest too much, it seems. Something is making the controllers nervous about all this, or else they would simply ignore it.

Personally, I don't know all the details on Jade Helm. It's not my investigative focus. But what I do know is that the kind of smear tactics being used to mock anyone covering the topic smack of a very real cover-up. These are the same tactics we've seen used over and over again to cover up vaccine injury, the CDC whistleblower story and even the Ebola outbreak story which was simultaneously silenced across the entire mainstream media on the weekend before the 2014 mid-term elections (because Ebola news was hurting Democrats).

Where there's smoke, there's fire, the saying goes. And the media's desperate attempt to smear all those speculating about Jade Helm is a thick blanket of suffocating smoke. As I watch this story unfold, I can't help but think this is going to be yet another example where the same media condemning everyone of being a "conspiracy theorist" comes out a few years later and reports those same theories as fact.

I think our soldiers will resist martial law orders

Personally, I doubt the speculation about all the Wal-Mart underground tunnels, but I have no doubt the Pentagon does, indeed, see Texas as "hostile territory" just as they've indicated on their training maps. And there's no question this training is being done in U.S. communities for a deliberate, strategic purpose that has nothing to do with fighting bad guys in the Middle East.

The good news is that most of our military boys won't put up with any sort of federal takeover attempt of states' rights. They may play along with the exercises for now, but if they are actually ordered to start disarming and rounding up Texans -- as has been speculated by some -- a good portion of the military personnel will turn around and arrest their commanding officers for violating the law. They're Oath Keepers, after all, and they're sworn to protect the country from all enemies, foreign and domestic.

Either way, Texas won't put up with the Pentagon playing army in its back yard without some serious oversight. That's why Gov. Abbott correctly ordered the Texas State Guard to monitor the Pentagon's activities and report back to the Office of the Governor. For taking that step, Abbott was of course ridiculed by the delusional media, but his concern about the nature and intent behind the military exercises is not at all misplaced. He cares about the citizens of Texas and wants to make sure nothing fishy is going on.

The leftist media wants you to believe nothing fishy has ever gone on at the Pentagon. And if you really believe that, then pull out your own tin foil hat because you're more bonkers than anyone. You might even be bonkers enough to vote for another Clinton or another Bush in 2016...

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