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FRED REED: Did the Jews Pull Off Krakatoa?

Anti-Semitism, Comedy & Humor, Conspiracy, FRED REED, Judaism & Jews

In which Fred proves that the absence of evidence is the evidence  …

 

BY FRED REED

For many years I had been casually interested in the powerful explosion of Krakatoa in the Sunda  Strait in 1883. As a small boy I had vaguely heard of it, as I had of dinosaurs, and accepted it as it was always described, an enormous volcanic eruption. This appeared reasonable, especially if one accepted the contemporary descriptions as they appeared in the many written accounts. There seemed no reason to doubt.

I accepted the official story, as I had the government’s story of Nine-Eleven until evidence began to appear that the building’s were destroyed by micro-nukes and directed energy weapons. And of course, I didn’t think much about Krakatoa at all, being busy with my work and the quotidian demands of life.

I consequently was shocked when a friend, whom I will call Eric, who had always seemed rational and measured in his thinking, suggested that the Jews had caused the explosion. I was inclined to dismiss the idea as crackpot, a “conspiracy theory.” It made no sense.

Then, at Eric’s suggestion, I began reading more carefully. I was surprised at what I found. In all the books I read, in accounts by Indonesians who were there at the time, there was no evidence of Jewish involvement. None. This seemed strange and, as I reluctantly came to think, damning.

As Eric pointed out, initiating an explosion so enormous, almost no matter how it was done, would have involved hundreds if not thousands of people, dozens of ships, many interrelated paper trails, and collusion at high political levels. Only a group with almost absolute control of society could have suppressed all of this without a trace. What was the only group with such influence?

The Jews, Eric said. Any other group would have left telltale tracks. That there were none left only one possible set of malefactors.

I at first resisted the idea. I knew of other accounts of hidden conspiracies by Jews that seemed ridiculous. For example, the perennial reports that Jews sacrifice Christian children. I long dismissed these as resulting from virulent paranoia, thinking that the only people who wanted to sacrifice Christian children were, occasionally, Christian parents. Many of these tales dated to medieval times when it was common to believe in witches, incubi and succubae, hexes and enchantments. I doubted whether the stories were true even then, and thought laughable the idea that my dentist was making Christian children into matzoh balls and eating them, presumably with mayonnaise from the Jewish mayonnaise interests. Think Hellman’s.

If such sacrifices were happening, I said, why were no children missing? Surely their parents would notice. There is evidence, Eric said, that they are replaced by holographic projections, like the ones used to make people think that airplanes ran into the Twin Towers.

I remained skeptical.  Over the years I had encountered many Jews, such as Ike Feinstein who owned the delicatessen near my home. He, and indeed all the Jews I had known seemed harmless. Most were dentists or doctors or otherwise useful people. Had such apparently harmless folk caused the greatest non-nuclear detonation since the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs? It seemed absurd.

But Krakatoa. On closer examination I noticed that in all the contemporary documents I had read, including many from the English-language press in Jakarta, there were no Jewish names. This was very odd. Even in the late nineteenth century, Indonesia had a large population. Jews were an international people, being found across the globe. That there were no Jewish names could only mean that they had changed them. This was consistent with the suppression of evidence of having arranged the explosion. It was plausible. I had met Jews named Miller and Smith.

Name-changing by Jews was simply a fact. I once knew a Jew named Hyman Baum who taught programming at the University of Kansas. He signed his name “H. Ezekiel Baum,” got tired of people saying, “Billy, I want you to meet Aitch Bawmb. Be careful! He’s got a short fuse! Haw haw!” He changed his name to Solomon Goldberg.

My awakening continued.

I wondered how the Brethren, as Eric called them, could have caused so enormous a detonation. In the 1880s, explosives were primitive. How…?

Eric pointed to the well-known formula that describes the increase in weight—mass, actually—that occurs with velocity. This equation falls out of Special Relativity, published by Albert Einstein (Jewish: See?) in 1905. In layman’s terms, the faster you go, the more you weight.

Wv = W0/(1 – (v2/c2))1/2

This shows that you can lose weight simply by holding still. Significantly, textbooks of physics, which are often written by Jews, fail to mention this. Who would want to hide a means of losing weight? There is evidence that the omission was forced by the Jewish mayonnaise interest and their collaborators, substantially responsible for the current obesity in America, as they do not want the public to consider losing weight, as by eating less mayonnaise—Hellman’s: Again, note the name.

Mayonnaise of course has nothing to do with Krakatoa, so far as we know.

Eric then pointed me to the writings of Maimonides Figlitz, a little-known physicist. Figlitz made the obvious observation that if you gain weight—again, actually mass—by going forward, then you would lose weight by going backward.  The greater your backward velocity, the less you would weigh. But the two directions are not symmetrical. Your mass can increase without limit as you go forward, but when going backward you can lose only the weight you start with.

Figlitz has calculated that, when your weight reaches zero, a singularity occurs, a space-time compression in which, at least in theory, one might pop out in the past, the emergence time depending on the backward velocity at the initiation of singularity.

Might this explain how the Jews arrived at Krakatoa? There is no conclusive evidence of this, such as observations of Jews going backward very fast, but they could have done it in remote regions or at night. There have been UFO reports consistent with this.

Everything began to fit. Was it possible…? If Israeli agents were going back in time by exploiting the retro-velocital singularity, then the stupendous explosion of Krakatoa could be explained as a nuclear event. Jewish scientists after all had invented nuclear explosives—Einstein, Oppenheimer, Szilard, Teller. Could it be…? Israeli agents from Dimona in the Negev certainly had the technical capacity to construct a hugely powerful bomb, probably a hydrogen bomb. The radiation would have been diluted in the waters of the Indian Ocean and Pacific in the more than a century that has passed since the event. Tellingly, I could find no media accounts of scientists looking for trace radiation in the Strait. Who controls the media?

Why would the Jews want to blow up Krakatoa? Eric told me of research by a friend, who died suddenly, who found in a remote monastery in Sumatra the draft of a patent application by a local Indonesian businessman, who had lived on Krakatoa, for a proprietary sauce he had invented. Yes, you guessed it. Krakatoa was blown up, and thousands killed, to protect—the Jewish mayonnaise interests.

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FRED REED describes himself as [previously] a “Washington police reporter, former Washington editor for Harper’s and staff writer for Soldier of Fortune magazine, Marine combat vet from Viet Nam, and former long-haul hitchhiker, part-time sociopath, who once lived in Arlington, Virginia, across the Potomac River from the Yankee Capital.”
His essays “on the collapse of America” Mr. Reed calls “wildly funny, sometimes wacky, always provocative.”
“Fred is the Hunter Thompson of the right,” seconds Thomas E. Ricks in Foreign Policy magazine. His  commentary is “well-written, pungent political incorrectness mixed with smart military commentary and libertarian impulses, topped off with a splash of Third World sunshine and tequila.”

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UPDATED (10/23): NEW COLUMN: Actually, COVID Comes Courtesy Of The Chinese PEOPLE

China, Conservatism, Conspiracy, COVID-19, Culture, Environmentalism & Animal Rights, Ethics, Multiculturalism, Neoconservatism

NEW COLUMN IS “Actually, COVID Comes Courtesy Of The Chinese PEOPLE.” It appeared on WND.COM, The Unz Review, Quarterly Review, and NAEBC.

An excerpt:

China’s plague-delivery pedigree is solid.

Courtesy of China, the West got the H2N2 virus in 1957 and the H3N2 virus in 1968. Granted, the Chinese viral supply chain was broken with H1N1 flu; it came from Mexico. But, with the bird flu, SARS and SARS-Cov-2, China has fully reestablished its disease-delivery credentials.

Alas, going by the COVID culpability theories advanced by conservatives, the steady stream of “China plagues,” in Trump’s words, has had nothing to do with the noble Chinese people.

Blame the ignoble Chinese Communist Party for all these lethal, little RNA strands unleashed on the world. Some even have taken to calling SARS-CoV-2 “the CCP virus.”

As this Disneyfied neoconservative narrative goes, the Chinese were just hanging, being the freedom-loving, civilized sorts they are; going about the business of making the world a better place, when, lo-and-behold, their scheming, communistic government sprung the COVID on them—and the world.

Without fail, American pundits and pols, conservatives, in particular, apply to China the same theories of culpability that have undergirded America’s invasions of the illiberal people of the Middle East.

The bifurcation globalists love to effect is of the noble Chinese people up against the ignoble Chinese government.

It’s the Chinese government, not the people. Liberate the Chinese and they’ll show their Jeffersonian propensity for enlightened self-interest, not to mention a palate for cuisine less craven and cruel.

What I wrote in 2006 about Iraqis applies in spades to the Chinese and their responsibility for COVID. I’ve substituted Iraq with China here:

“The government of [China] doesn’t stand apart from the governed; it reflects them.” (November 6, 2006) …

… READ THE REST. NEW COLUMN IS “COVID Comes Courtesy Of The Chinese PEOPLE.” It appeared on WND.COM, The Unz Review, Quarterly Review, and NAEBC.

  • Wet Markets, Courtesy of Jo-Anne McArthur

Bat soup, courtesy NAEBC, where the column is now posted.

Courtesy NAEBC.

UPDATE I (10/23):

Sickest think, @rosenberger_ken, on LinkedIn, where we both hangout, is how animal rescues keep fetching (and filming) these half-starved dogs from dog-eating farms–yet animal activists say not a words about THAT cultural EVIL. About BLM, The same activists, on the same forum,  don’t shut up.

 

UPDATED II (4/17): NEW COLUMN: Coronavirus And Conspiracy: Don’t Be A ‘Covidiot’

Conspiracy, Government, Healthcare, libertarianism, Liberty, Political Philosophy, The State

NEW COLUMN (with YOUTUBE video) is “Coronavirus And Conspiracy: Don’t Be A ‘Covidiot.’” The column is on WND.COM and the Unz Review.

An excerpt:

Reality is bad enough; there is no need to explain the world using conjecture and fantasy. The facts suffice.

Government is bad enough. There is no need to explain it using conjecture and fantasy. The facts about it suffice.

In particular, imputing garden variety government evils to conspiracies is based on the following faulty premise: Government generally does what is good for us (NOT). So, whenever we think it is failing in a mission it fulfills so well (NOT), we should look beyond the facts for something more sinister (NOT).

As if The State’s natural quest for expanded power were not enough to explain the events! Why, for example, would you need to search for the “real reason” behind an unjust, unscrupulous war, unless you honestly believed government would never prosecute such a war? History belies this delusion. Even when government prosecutes a just war, it finds ways to turn it into an unjust war by prolonging it. After all, a protracted crisis demands more taxpayer funds. Cui bono? For whose benefit?

There’s no conspiracy here. The constituent elements of the bureaucratic behemoth that is government continuously work to increase their sphere of influence. Thus, grunts don’t benefit from war; the generals everybody reveres do. It is therefore but natural for the soldier’s superiors to pursue war for war’s sake. By virtue of its size, reach, and many usurpations, the U.S. government is a destructive and warring entity—no matter which of one the big government parties is at the helm.

Clearly, conspiracy thinking is not congruent with a view of government as fundamentally antagonistic to the welfare of the individual and civil society, a position held by a good number of libertarians and conservatives.

Some conspiracy claims are more consequential than others. Those pertaining to coronavirus are an example. Let us, then, briefly discuss coronavirus and conspiracy. Watch the YouTube corresponding to this section of the column here. …

READ THE REST. NEW COLUMN is “Coronavirus And Conspiracy: Don’t Be A ‘Covidiot.’” It’s on WND.COM and the Unz Review.

UPDATE I (4/17):

The great Chris Matthew Sciabarra, Ph.D, writes:

I always read my friend Ilana Mercer’s essays with great interest, and whether one agrees or disagrees with her on this or that issue, she never ceases to be thought-provoking, including in this current piece, “Coronavirus and Conspiracy: Don’t Be a ‘Covidiot‘”—which is timely for those among us who are always concerned about the growth of government power in times of crises. Check it out.

UPDATE II (4/18):

Russiagate: Republicans Had Better Work It

Conspiracy, Donald Trump, Intelligence, Media, Russia, The Establishment

Some of the spook terms the mad-hatter media had applied to President Trump, a rather provincial New Yorker, over the two plus years of Russiagate. Via Matt Taibbi:

The New Yorker asked, Was Trump “meeting his handler” in Helsinki? The Daily Beast asked why he dodged the question: “Is he a Russian asset?”

The New York Times didn’t even end this sentence with a question mark: “Trump Is Compromised by Russia,” read a not-unusual editorial in the New York Times last November.

“What Robert Mueller knows — and Isn’t Telling Us,” proclaimed Wired.

Dan Rather told us that “what Mueller knows” will make the Cohen/Manafort pleas “pale in comparison.”

Now, the mad media is hanging everything on “The report’s most-quoted line:

” … while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him.’” …

Hope springs eternal.

MORE: “Taibbi: As the Mueller Probe Ends, New Russiagate Myths Begin. Donald Trump couldn’t have asked for a juicier 2020 campaign issue.”