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The Ochelli Effect – Making Money Epstein Bars

From Ochelli.com

A historical exploration with Michael Swanson took us from the beginning of the Twentieth Century to the Post-911 reality in money, gold, and wars flat. Patterns seem to make sense when you remember that worship of the profit for the death industry is the American reality.

Were “Concentration Camps” named correctly in the first place? Who else might have been concentrated into a camp in America’s past and in The World’s present? Woodrow Wilson was from New Jersey, but Chuck is not proud of the guy, but they used to teach kids about him NJ public schools.

Mike gives us his insight into all of this despite Chuck’s mood swings. By The Way, H. Ross Perot Died today?

Pearse Redmond does his round-up of reports and chronology on the Jeffery Epstein Saga. Has one of the rich criminals actually been dealt with? Is there more to come? How disturbing are the case and the lack of reporting that has been when we understand exactly how greasy this whole thing is?

Are high-powered scumbags going to be accountable for their crimes? Trump, Clinton, and way too many names you know are in the mix. A vast sex trafficking network and corrupt Labor Department people are simply not what rape victims need obstructing them from Justice.

Tuesdays are always informative on The Ochelli Effect.

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Show Notes:

USA v Jeffrey Epstein (SDNY Indictment)

SDNY Bail Memo

Bill Clinton statement on Epstein

Trump: “Not A Fan” Of Jeffrey Epstein; “Feel Very Badly” For Alex Acosta

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Porkins Policy Radio episode 66 Al Sharpton: FBI Informant

On today’s episode I take a close look at the Reverend Al Sharpton’s work as a confidential informant for the FBI. I discuss his time as CI-7 and how this formed the man that Sharpton would become later in life. I begin with his early years working at Spring Records and how this initiated Sharpton into the world of organized crime. I look at his connections with the Gambino and Genovese crime families, and how an FBI cocaine sting led him to become one of the Bureau most protected and valuable informants. I discuss Sharpton’s relationships with mafioso luminaries such as Joseph “Joe Bananas” Bonanno, Daniel Pagano, Matthew “Matty the Horse” Ianniello, and many others. I also discuss Sharpton’s relationship with heroin trafficker and record producer Robert Curington, who was integral to Sharpton’s fame and power. I also break down how Sharpton’s work informing on the Mafia led to some of the biggest cases in FBI history, including some aimed at Genovese family boss, Vincent “Chin” Gigante. Later I look at allegations that Sharpton was also informing on black revolutionaries and activists during the 1980’s. I explore the allegation that Sharpton was working with the FBI to locate legendary Black Panther Assata Shakur.

Later I discuss Sharpton’s ever evolving public persona and how he may still be working with the government today. I break down how Sharpton has publicly spoken out against ripping off black musicians and the problem of drugs in the black community while simultaneously working with the very people responsible for these crimes. I also point out how several mafia figures and Sharpton himself have been mirrored in the television show The Sopranos. I finish off by ranting about Anthony Wiener, how disgusted I am at the election, and link it to figures like Al Sharpton.

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Show Notes:

Al Sharpton’s Secret Work as an FBI Informant: Untold story of how activist once aided Mafia probes

Ahmed Obefemi recalls 1983 meeting with Rev. Al Sharpton and his bugged briefcase

NYPD report on Westgate confirms several “conspiracy theories”

Our good friend Tom Secker recently emailed me about a new report put out by the NYPD on the Westgate Mall attack. The report is entirely open source intelligence and paints a picture eerily similar to what we talked about on ClandesTime as well as my own podcast. Here are just a few snippets that I found particularly interesting:

-Allegedly there were only 4 Al Shabab militants in the mall

-They left a full two days earlier than what the Kenyan authorities reported

-Most of the confrontation was between various different sets of Kenyan security services chasing each other around the mall

-The numerous plain clothes police present at the attack were only armed with pistols and one clip of ammunition.

-The plain clothes police had no identification or markings on them that would have identified them as police.  This made it very difficult for Kenyan military to tell them apart from Al Shabab militants

-There were in fact several westerners and private citizens in the mall who were armed and assisted the Kenyan security services

–There is no proof that Samantha Lewthwaite a.k.a. The White Widow was present at the mall

There is much more in this report so I would suggest that you take some time and go through it.

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