“The State is a gang of thieves writ large.”    —Murray N. Rothbard

Porter Robinson‘s “The State.”

Murray Rothbard’sThe Anatomy of the State,” 1974.

Charles Burris on Jeffrey Epstein’s “Suicide,” Saturday, August 10, 2019.

This is now the story of 2019 and “who did what” with Epstein will be the stuff of conspiracy theories for the rest of our lives. This story just became PERMANENT.

How does someone on suicide watch commit suicide? I don’t think anyone believes he really committed suicide. Regardless the investigations should continue in earnest and take down anyone (Republican or Democrat) that was involved. Let the house of cards come tumbling down.

How does this happen? How is one of the most important witnesses in U.S. History not under heavy 24-hour surveillance?

His death also comes a day after thousands of documents were unsealed Friday in connection with a defamation cause against his alleged recruiter that revealed dozens of high-profile names including former Maine Sen. George Mitchell, ex-New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and Prince Andrew, Duke of York.

This all reminds me of Vince FosterSteve Kangas, and Danny Casalaro:

Danny Casalaro was a free-lance reporter and writer who was investigating a massive interconnected criminal conspiracy which he labeled “the Octopus” involving the “1980 October Surprise,” INSLAW and BCCI. Danny was found dead in a bathtub in a Sheraton Hotel room in Martinsburg, West Virginia. Danny was staying at the hotel while keeping appointments in the DC area pertinent to his investigation. He was found with his wrists slashed. At least one, and possibly both of his wrists were cut 10 times. All of his research materials were missing and have never been recovered. He had warned his family that if he was found as the result of a “suicide” not to believe it. Danny was extremely fearful of blood. The very sight of it repulsed and distressed him.

Posted on Sunday, August 11, 2019.  Thanks to Charles Burris at Lew Rockwell.  

James Forrestal (1949), Frank Olson (1953), Ernest Hemingway (1961), Josefa Johnson (1961), Henry Marshall (1961), Marilyn Monroe (1962), Phillip Graham(1963), John Fitzgerald Kennedy (1963), J. D. Tippet (1963), Lee Harvey Oswald(1963), Karyn Kupcinet (1963), Grant Stockdale (1963), Gary Underhill ( 1964), Bill Hunter (1964), Jim Koethe (1964), Guy Bannister(1964),  Mary Sherman (1964), Mary Pinchot Meyer (1964), Malcolm X (1965), Dorothy Kilgallen (1965), Lisa Howard (1965), Nancy Carole Tyler (1965), Lee Bowers (1966), Desmond FitzGerald (1967), David Ferrie (1967), Eladio del Valle (1967), Jack Ruby (1967),  Martin Luther King (1968), Robert Francis Kennedy (1968), Thomas Merton (1968), Mary Jo Kopechne (1969), Winston Scott (1971), Malcolm Wallace (1971), Lucien Sarti (1972), Thomas Davis (1973), Richard Cain (1973), Dave Yarras (1974), Sam Giancana (1975), Jimmy Hoffa (1975), Roland Masferrer (1975), Johnny Roselli (1976), George De Mohrenschildt (1977), Charlie Nicoletti (1977), Carlos Prio (1977), William Sullivan (1977), Nelson Rockefeller (1979),  Frank Nugan(1980), Jimmy Hoffa (1982), Kevin Mulcahy (1982), Vicki Morgan (1983), Danny Casalaro (1991),  Vince Foster (1993), Kenneth Trentadue (1995), William Colby(1996), Ron Brown (1996), Steve Kangas (1999), Katharine Graham (2001), Gary Webb (2004), Michael Kreca (2006), Robert Vesco (2007?), Deborah Jeane Palfrey (2008), Antonin Scalia (2016), and Seth Rich (2016).

Like Jeffrey Epstein, they all died from very suspicious deaths.

Former inmate where Epstein was jailed says there’s no way that Epstein committed suicide, that there just isn’t anything in the cell to hang himself with.  

Martin Armstrong makes this compelling point: 

In my case, I had tapes which in a real system would have put many New York Bankers in prison if they did not own the Justice Department, SEC, CFTC, and the courts.

Daily Mail article on Epstein.  Thanks to Thomas DiLorenzo. 

Some people are making wild and convenient accusations that Epstein’s death belongs in the annals of Clinton scandals.  

Apparently, the jail where Epstein was housed was rife with corruption, and by corruption.  But how does one define corruption in government?  In this case, it means that in maximum security, security was minimal.  It means that under a suicided watch, non-personnel in uniform are allowed in the jail to provide detainees with anything they wish.  

What wicked webs they weave.

No Bull: My Life In and Out of Markets, Michael Steinhardt, 2004.  The Epstein story gets more and more incredible: 

However, Edgar and Charles Bronfman were hardly the only members of the Mega Group with deep and long-standing ties to the Lansky-led National Crime Syndicate. Indeed, one of the group’s prominent members, hedge fund manager Michael Steinhardt, opened up about his own family ties to Lansky in his autobiography No Bull: My Life in and out the Markets, where he noted that his father, Sol “Red McGee” Steinhardt, was Lansky’s jewel fence of choice and a major player in New York’s criminal underworld. Sol Steinhardt was also his son’s first client on Wall Street and helped him jumpstart his career in finance.

On Child Protective Services, CPS, read this, “The Corrupt Business of Child Protective Services,” by Georgia Senator, Nancy Schaefer.  Thanks to Amazing Polly.  I posted this on Saturday, November 30, 2019.  Sheriff Joey Terrill doesn’t sound like he was serving justice or any kind of restitution in solving Nancy Schaefer and Bruce Schaefer’s murder.  Will Grigg did report on this in the aftermath.

Interview of Rudy Guiliani on Jeffrey Epstein’s death.  Thanks to Robert Wenzel’s article titled, “A Canary Can Sing, But He Can’t Fly,” is a reference to the 1941 murder of Abe Reles, a mobster who was prepared to testify against the mob who was thrown from the 6th-floor room window of the Hotel Blue in New York. 

I took a few notes of what Guilliani shared.

His room should have been guarded because there was every possibility that some prisoner could have gotten loose and would get in there and stab him, kill him, choke him, make it look like he was hung.  The desire to kill him while he was in that prison was very high.  He was the guy they most wanted to kill in that prison.  Of all the prisoners there, he was the guy the prisoners would most love to kill just to have that on his creds, and probably nobody would turn him in if he did it.  So he would feel a certain sense of protection.  You got to understand a prison.  Of course, they understand it.  The people running it understand it.  It would be very hard for me to understand why this man wasn’t watched 24 hours a day. 

1.  “Serving in the Military Can Be Hazardous to Your Health,” Laurence Vance, 2019. 
2. “Thank You for What Service?”  Laurence Vance, 2019. 
3.  “Why No Protest Over Military Appreciation Day?”  Laurence Vance, 2016. 
4.  “You Might Be Guilty of Military Idolatry If You . . . ,” Laurence Vance, 2013.  
5.  Laurence Vance on military holidays.
6.  “19th Century Americans Didn’t ‘Support the Troops’,” Ryan McMaken, 2019.
7.  “The Woke Media: Apologists for the State,” William L. Anderson, December 2019.