Twin Falls, Idaho is in the news again. The New York Times will be publishing a long-form story in their Sunday weekly news magazine titled How Fake News Turned a Small Town Upside Down. Noteworthy is the fact that almost the entire story is based on the account of the reporter from the local newspaper, the Times-News. It’s a reporter interviewing a reporter story. The new motto for mainstream media is “you lie and I’ll swear to it”.
In the article, the Times-News reporter, Nathan Brown is described as a 32 year-old who looks the part of a reporter “clad in a fresh oxford and khakis”. Is that really what reporters look like? It sounds more like formal attire for an employee of Craft International to this writer.
Brown began his career as a reporter in upstate New York. What a coincidence… Ulukaya Hamdi, the owner of Chobani Yogurt (corporate name Agro-Farma) moved here from upstate New York and the relatively new, conservative talk show host, Bill Colley is also from upstate New York. What are the odds?
In recounting Reporter Brown’s version of the story, Reporter Dickerson wrote that Brown didn’t become aware of the incident at the Fawnbrook Apartments until the City Council meeting on June 12th. That’s a curiosity. Brown said he uses as a source a man named Jim Dalos who Twin Falls journalists call Scanner Man. Scanner Man spends all his available time listening to the police scanner and he lives in the Fawnbrook Apartments where the incident with the little girl occurred on June 2nd. It’s well known that reporters are ambulance chasers. If it bleeds it leads… but Nathan Brown completely “missed” this story about the molestation of the little girl – or he chose not to report on it. Perhaps if there had been any concern whatsoever shown for the little girl and her family, by the media, by the police and/or by the city officials, the story may not have blown up as it did.
Rather than assistance and empathy, the family was demonized for reporting the incident. One City Council member, Greg Lanting went so far that he stupidly posted a rant on Facebook accusing all Internet media of posting fake stories while at the same time, he lied about family saying that the father of the little girl did not live with the family. He later apologized for the post but the damage was done.
What is striking about Reporter Brown’s story as told by Reporter Dickerson is that even though it is over a year after the incident in the laundry room at Fawnbrook, Brown still does not have the story straight. There were three boys involved. The 14 year-old boy was the one with the cell phone who was recording the assault. The two younger boys aged 7 and 10 were the ones that were engaged in the assault. Oddly, there is no mention of the woman affectionately called Grandma Jo who was the eyewitness to the assault. She discovered it when she saw the older boy in the doorway of the laundry room with his cell phone. She was curious what he was doing so she walked over to the laundry to see and that’s when she saw what was happening to the little girl.
A couple of paragraphs later, what Reporter Dickerson wrote is flat out untrue. She says that the 14 year-old was not present in the laundry room and that he had loaned his cell phone to his younger brother. Is she saying that Grandma Jo was seeing a mirage of a teenager holding a cell phone recording something inside the laundry room? And if two boys were assaulting the girl and the 14 year old wasn’t there, then what attracted Grandma Jo’s attention to the laundry room? And why would the 14 year-old be charged as an accessory if he wasn’t there? It doesn’t even make sense. The suspicion would be that they are trying to change the story because the 14 year-old is a little too old to have his involvement be considered youthful curiosity and since he was recording it on his cell phone, he could have been charged with the production of child pornography.
Something else that is disturbing is that the issue of the boys urinating on the little girl hasn’t received much attention. We all know that children are curious but the urinating part of the story doesn’t fit with youthful curiosity. That is a deviant act. It’s highly unlikely that the younger boys came up with that idea by themselves. It seems to fit a pattern though. Antifa seems to have some kind of fetish with urine. Last week or maybe the week before, Millie Weaver of Infowars was trying to do a report on an Antifa rally and somebody threw urine on her. The discredited dossier produced by Christopher Steele on Donald Trump also included activities related to urine. What the hell? I hope somebody can figure out what the deal is with urine because it’s a mystery to me – but it is a pattern. Maybe somebody should take a look to see if urine is the connection with the Russians. Here is a blast from the past that might be a starting point – and don’t miss the Twin Falls story that precipitated it.
Not to diminish the tragedy of what happened to the little girl and her family, but this is an old story in these days of news in nanoseconds. What seems to have precipitated the rehash of old news is that Lee Stranahan who did most of the reporting about the Twin Falls story on Breitbart took a job with Sputnik News when he moved to Washington DC. Lee has a family to support. That takes money. It’s rather obvious that this is yet another attempt to keep alive the “Russian Hacking the Election” narrative.
Lee Stranahan in Twin Falls is the thin thread to alleged Russian involvement in American politics. Facebook reported recently that within the same timeframe as the story of the molestation of the little girl in Twin Falls, an event for Twin Falls was posted by an unknown group called SecureBorders. The post was purchased by a company allegedly with Russian money. It was reported that only four people showed up for the event in front of the City Council Chambers and nobody this writer knows if it’s even true that anybody showed up.
What the mainstream media has hung their hat on with the Twin Falls story is the claim by some media organization somewhere that the young refugee perpetrators of the assault were Syrians. Whoever wrote that actually did the mainstream media a favor because that one piece of disinformation was used to try and discredit the entire story. The 5 year –old girl was molested by 3 refugee boys. The two perps were too young to have an erection but the little girl was penetrated. That’s rape. There was a 14 year-old boy using his cell phone to video record the activities – that’s child pornography.
It’s highly unlikely that Nathan Brown really missed the story. It’s far more likely that he chose not to report it because it involved refugees. The local newspaper has been a cheerleader for the program as evidenced by their sponsorship of a “Community Forum” at the College of Southern Idaho. The Twin Falls Times-News arranged for Larry Bartlett, Director of the Office of Refugee Admissions for the U.S. State Department in September of 2015 to attend the event. The purpose of the event was to try and quell dissent.
City officials have been hostile to local people who oppose the refugee resettlement program and their hostility was amplified when the molestation of the 5 year-old made national news. The College of Southern Idaho was established to educate young Idahoans – not to become a business engaged in what appears to this writer to be modern day slave trade – importing cheap labor for the dairies while at the same time being the location for social services for the privatized public health system. This is the racket that just keeps on giving. There is big money in poverty creation and social dysfunction for privatized social service providers and most of the supporters of refugee resettlement are making money on it either directly or indirectly.
The New Times article revealed that the Twin Falls Mayor Shawn Bariger was a television anchor for a Boise news outlet before becoming the President of the local Chamber of Commerce and the Mayor of the town. That tidbit becomes even more interesting when recalling his leadership in trying to have Twin Falls, Idaho declared a “Welcoming City” for refugees in February of 2016. Mayor Barigar met with some group of unnamed people and apparently gave them implicit – if not explicit permission to use the name of the Twin Falls City Council on a grant application without the permission of the members of the City Council. TVOI News reported on the declaration and the breach of protocol by Bariger in the following two stories.
Notice that in the Globalist Reptiles story, there is an image of Michael Bloomberg, owner of Bloomberg News and former Mayor of New York City. He was elected Mayor in the first election following September 11, 2001. The link in that story goes to what was then being called, The Partnership for the New American Economy but is now being called New American Economy. Bloomberg is among the group with money and power behind the New American Economy. The following is from the About section of the website:
New American Economy (NAE) brings together more than 500 Republican, Democratic, and Independent mayors and business leaders who support immigration reforms that will help create jobs for Americans today. Coalition members include mayors of more than 35 million people nationwide and business leaders of companies that generate more than $1.5 trillion and employ more than 4 million people across all sectors of the economy, from Agriculture to Aerospace, Hospitality to High Tech and Media to Manufacturing.
New American Economy Principles:
Secure our borders and prevent illegal immigration through tougher enforcement and better use of technology;
Isn’t that interesting? Supposedly this group wants to secure our borders (but they support refugee resettlement) and Mayors are a named interest group involved. Maybe we should be looking at Mayors instead of reporters for the Russian Connection – or at least an international connection.
The first Transatlantic Summit of Mayors was held in Lyon, France, April 6-8, 2000. (Link added)
In cooperation with the U.S. Embassies in Berlin and Paris, the Aspen Institute France, the Aspen Institute Berlin and the U.S. Conference of Mayors held a conference on “Smart Growth – Problems of Urban Development in the 21st Century.” Mayors from the U.S., Germany and France met for three days in Lyon France to discuss how globalization affects urban development. The summit also included experts on urban planning and development from international organizations, research institutions, and think tanks.
According to an article on the U.S. Conference of Mayors website, U.S. Ambassador to France, Felix G. Royhatyn, proclaimed “The Twenty-First Century will be the Century of Cities“. At the time of the conference, Brent Coles of Boise Idaho was the Conference Vice President.
Idaho Eagle Forum received a request to investigate the building of a housing development in Star, Idaho for which there was no market and no municipal services. Ultimately those homes were included in the subprime lending scandal. The investigation that Idaho Eagle Forum did revealed the corruption of Boise Mayor Brent Coles and the Transatlantic Conference. It was at that conference that Mayors were told that they would have to have their own foreign policy.
“You can’t be a Mayor Today Without Having Your Own Foreign Policy” ~ New Orleans Mayor Marc Morial
And therein lies the conspiracy of globalization – end of the nation-state and a return to the concept of the Roman Citistate organization. In this context, a globalist is a traitor to his nation when he participates in what is rather obviously an attempt to collapse our country in the same way that the Soviet Union was collapsed. Did I mention that Vladimir Putin was a Deputy Mayor in Leningrad? The BusinessInsider has a profile. See if you can see any parallels with what is happening in the U.S. today:
Putin studied law and became a mid-level KGB Officer.
In Dresden in 1989, an anticommunist mob formed outside KGB offices. Putin recounted that he was told the KGB couldn’t do anything about it without orders from Moscow, and Moscow didn’t say a word.
“The business of ‘Moscow is silent’ — I got the feeling that the country no longer existed,” Putin later said, according to Judah’s book. “That it had disappeared. It was clear that the Union was ailing. And that it had a terminal disease without a cure — a paralysis of power.”
…By 1991, Putin had officially resigned from the KGB’s active reserve. He was back in Leningrad, now called St. Petersburg, and working for the city’s first democratic mayor (and his former law professor) Anatoly Sobchak.
…Putin was loyal to Sobchak. When Sobchak wasn’t reelected as mayor, the victor offered Putin a job. But Putin turned it down, saying, “It’s better to be hanged for loyalty than be rewarded for betrayal.”
I was going to try and edit this C-Span Newsmakers program featuring Strobe Talbott but I just can’t seem to get it done so I’m just posting the link. WATCH IT … and listen to what Strobe Talbott says about the problem with Russia.
This is the end of Part I – response to the New York Times Article concerning “fake news”.