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Critical Omissions with Douglas Dietrich
« Reply #16230 on: February 12, 2020, 09:52:47 PM »
Sorry ddd, out of the thousands of books written about WW2, every one says the allies won WW2. You are just one insane individual who refutes this. You are just plain crazy and the japs lost WW2.

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« Reply #16231 on: February 12, 2020, 09:53:12 PM »
HA!  Dietrich says he changed the world!  GUESS WHAT DIETRICH?  I proved you are lying about the UFO Museum!  Anyone can look this shit up!

https://rkcolejr.blogspot.com/2019/01/blog-post_28.html

UFO Roswell Holocaust Museum and Dietrich
January 28, 2019


Douglas Dietrich Debunked: "The Hakui City, Japan Roswell Holocaust/UFO Museum"



Dietrich Claims:

1. He was personally involved with the creation of the museum and provided the Japanese government (through Tetsu Matsuo and Teleport USA, LA) with artifacts and documents related to the Roswell crash incident which he stole from the US Government.

2. The museum was created to honor the "holocaust" of Japanese POW's who were forced to demonstrate secret Japanese military aircraft and were subsequently killed at Roswell.

3. The museum opening in 1996 was delayed because the US Government sought to punish the Japanese for it by imposing trade restrictions advised by Donald Trump.

4. The museum was investigated by the FBI in 1996 for claiming to have artifacts and secret CIA/FBI documents which Dietrich claims he had given to them.

https://www.salon.com/2001/05/31/noto/

http://www.v-j-enterprises.com/japmus2.html

http://www.v-j-enterprises.com/skcjosh.html

https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2015/10/mysterious-japanese-ufo-museum-investigated-by-fbi/

https://uk.news.yahoo.com/aliens-exist-says-top-secret-140036302.html?guccounter=1

https://www.topsecretwriters.com/2015/09/fbi-document-revealed-feds-concern-about-hakui-ufo-museum/

https://redstarfilms.blogspot.com/2011/04/hottel-memo.html

The museum was the vision of Johsen Takano:

"In July 1996, this Buddhist priest/engineer/Porsche racer distilled the Noto Peninsula on the northern coast of Japan timeless tradition of strange visitors into a single $50 million edifice. In the little beachfront town of Hakui City, about an hour north of Kanazawa, Takano created Cosmo Isle. The unrevealing name conceals a very singular tourist attraction: the world's biggest self-described "UFO science center and Habitable Zone." 

"Twenty-five years ago, Takano was writing science fiction scripts for Japanese TV when he first became interested in extraterrestrials. He began pitching the project around 1989, and eventually found his efforts dovetailing with a government program designed to rain development cash on disadvantaged areas. Apparently, a UFO museum and a landing pad are just what your average Japanese bureaucrat wants to see in a public works project. Cosmo Isle, which opened in July 1996, ended up costing 52 billion of the taxpayer's yen -- a little shy of $50 million."

"Takano's pet idea was not the only supernatural scheme afoot in the Noto area. In the nearby town of Oshimizu, farmer Hiroshi Koshino was already guiding tourists to a spot on his property that, he insists, is the burial place of Moses. At Kanazawa University, Takano lectures on scientific history. 'My specialty is the relationship between science and political power', he says."
 
UFO Researchers Disappointed:

The project of his lifetime, and not an official Japanese government program to educate the world about UFOs.
"Only a few researchers outside of Japan have called the Hakui Space Museum the Hakui UFO Museum and that the whole matter was laughing stock among serious UFO researchers of Japan. There was never any interest on the part of the Japanese government in the museum and in getting UFO information out to the world that governments everywhere have been keeping from the populace. There is much proof,  in the form of specific news articles mentioned concerning the Space Museum, the city plan of Hakui for the museum, and the fact that although a few of the local town businesses are calling Hakui the town of UFOs, the visitors to the museum so far have not been satisfied at all by the small amount of actual UFO information on display and present within the museum."

The Takano Deception:

Mr Takano has made many contradictory claims about this "UFO" museum over the years, and much of the world's confusion over the facility is due entirely to him. For example...
When crop circle enthusiast Colin Andrews first promoted Takano to the world three years ago via his lectures and CPR Newsletters, he wrote, (CPR Newsletter - Fall '93): "[Takano] explained that this was the beginning of a very important government program following adoption of a new policy to educate the Japanese people about the UFO phenomenon within the next three years. ... This was the first I was aware of the Japanese government's decision to reveal information about the UFO and other related phenomena. I could not believe what I was hearing, yet at a deeper level, I have expected similar developments from the west in a similar time frame."

Here Takano, according to Andrews, was claiming to be part of an official "Japanese" government plan to "educate" the Japanese people about the UFO phenomenon. But, curiously, when Takano was interviewed by UPI in January, '94 for a news story in which this UFO museum was stated to be entirely a Hakui City project, he said: "We are not seeking to offer any conclusions on the existence of UFOs," Takano said. "Rather, we just want to provide people with information so that they can make their own judgment."

Strange. If the Japanese government wanted to educate its citizens about UFOs and, as Bob Dean claimed, was going to display dead ETs and UFO crash debris, they would very definitely be offering conclusions on the existance of UFOs. Stranger still is that when plans for the Hakui Space museum were first announced in 1989 by the Mayor of Hakui city, Kazuo Shiotani, he had no doubts about the aim and purpose of including UFOs in such a museum. Antonio Huneeus, writing in spring 1993 _UFO UNIVERSE_, pp 44-45, stated: "The Japan Times" quoted Mayor Kazuo Shiotani saying that "our idea is that if we build a museum or a library devoted to UFOs, we will be able to attract more conventions and tourists. We want Hakui to be a town that everyone in Japan knows."

So this "UFO" museum was entirely the idea of the small textile town of Hakui, and its purpose was "to attract more conventions and tourists. "This fact would have been confirmed to anyone who'd bothered to contact their nearest Japanese embassy. I did and was told that there was no official Japanese government interest in UFOs, and there were no plans to "educate" its citizens about UFOs.

The plans for the Hakui museum did show one small section which was labeled "UFO", but this was a very small section indeed, and was immediately next to an area labeled "SETI". But this small section was "very"important, at least according to Mr. Takano. The many stories coming directly from and attributed to Mr. Takano are amazing, but none more than his incredible claim to have seen "official" U.S. government pictures of dead Roswell ETs. Michael Hesemann claims that Takano said he was: flown with two others to the CIA HQ in Langley to view 5 hours of material including the same autopsies. (as the ones shown in the Santilli video.) On June 29, 1995, Ray Santilli announced that: Colin Andrews came to my office two days ago with a team of Chinese officials. Last year as part of an exchange of information the CIA had shown them their footage of Roswell. The four officials in my room confirmed that my footage was from the same batch they saw...As you would expect it was an exciting moment for us all."

It was later confirmed by Hesemann that these "Chinese" officials were, in fact, Johsen Takano and a Prof. Chiang of a Taiwanese UFO group. Mr. Takano provided Chiang with some of the ET pictures he claimed he'd received during his alleged high-level visit to the CIA, and Chiang published them in a book. Unfortunately for Chiang, and anyone else who took Takano's story seriously, the pictures that Takano produced were the same rubber ETs from the Roswell museum display that was posted to the Internet last year as "Chinese ETs", and recently appeared in 'Penthouse'.

Mr. Takano has a lot of questions to answer.  Perhaps you could contact him and ask why he's been misleading so many people for so many years over "his" so-called "UFO" museum? Why did he claim it was an"official" Japanese government UFO education project when all along it was a local Hakui City enterprise to attract tourists?

You might also ask him about his alleged visit to the CIA; why he claimed that the rubber ETs on display at the Roswell International UFO Museum and Research Centre were the same ones seen in the Santilli footage?; why did he give Chiang pictures of those rubber Roswell ETs and claim he got them from the CIA?; why has the Hakui town council become reluctant to promote the "UFO" aspect of the Space museum? Has it anything to do with the "UFO" exhibit he arranged in April of 1994 that comprised: "about 70 panels of photos, videos, and various UFO-related materials"? According to a review of this exhibition in the "Hokkoku Shimbun" newspaper, the displays 'drew nothing but complaints such as "Is this all?" and "This was disappointing!"'

PART TWO:

3. The museum opening in 1996 was delayed because the US Government sought to punish the Japanese for it by imposing trade restrictions advised by Donald Trump.

4. The museum was investigated by the FBI in 1996 for claiming to have artifacts and secret CIA/FBI documents that Dietrich claims he had given to them.

Takano Lied to American UFO group Beyond Boundaries:

Canceled a scheduled conference trip and told the group they could not attend the opening ceremonies of the museum.

Then there was an announcement included in the FAX that due to diplomatic and bureaucratic situations at the museum the conference
scheduled at the facility for late July had also been canceled.  This surprising information came to us following our reading the press
coverage the day before of the agreeing upon and signing, finally, the U.S.  Japanese Trade Agreement.

Why would this trade agreement have anything to do with the museum opening allegedly being canceled? The agreement was hardly favorable towards Japan - it forced them to end their policy of imposing import quotas on U.S. products - so where's the connection?

The much-publicized UFO Museum in Hakui City, Japan, has been opened on July 1, 1996, as scheduled. We found out after contacting the local newspapers there because it was not reported in any national newspapers nor in any news media outside its district. But, it turned out to be an ordinary space museum, not the specialized UFO museum as publicized widely abroad. We have found no special mention of UFO in small news reports both before and after its opening. In the local area of the museum, one of the papers carried a one-page advertisement of the museum sponsored by 60 or so mainly construction-related companies listed in the lower part of the ad. There was no mention of UFOs.

The writer was seriously worried about the planned Beyond Boundaries expedition, directed by Robert and Cecilia Dean, and coming all the way to Hakui for almost nothing in the subject of UFO information offered by the museum. Then he hears that we have canceled suddenly this expedition and is sincerely concerned that we spent time and money coming to Japan last March to arrange contacts and logistics for the expedition.

Well, folks, for us here the mystery deepens. We, at Beyond Boundaries, we're a little devastated when we received a FAX back in June from a spokesperson telling us that if we arrived at the museum on July 1st for the opening ceremonies we would not be allowed to attend. Then there was an announcement included in the FAX that due to diplomatic and bureaucratic situations at the museum the conference scheduled at the facility for late July had also been canceled.

This surprising information came to us following our reading the press coverage the day before of the agreeing upon and signing, finally, the U.S. Japanese Trade Agreement. When we visited the unfinished museum last March the director of the museum - not mentioning names here either - was bubbling over with excitement about the massive amount of UFO information the museum was going to offer the public for the first time ever in the world! This was the project of his lifetime and there was no doubt the guy was totally sincere and then when we were present May 18th in Burbank for the "alien implant" removals he was also a guest for the event, traveling all the way from Japan.

Document and Museum investigation by FBI another Takano publicity ruse:

Investigators at the Hakui Centre for UFO Research in Tokyo, Japan, claimed in September 2015 they had discovered a document that proves there is extra-terrestrial life.  The FBI memo contains details about flying saucers being piloted by three feet tall aliens. The Bureau is said to be concerned about the findings at the research center, fearing the discovery could lead to members of the public gaining access to thousands of documents.

The bullet point memo states that the official, Toru Wada, said, “In the future, we hope the center will become a focus of international attention in terms of collecting and disseminating information on UFOS.” Wada was quoted as saying, “The city has painstakingly acquired the documents over a 10-year period from such sources as the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).”

Also discussed in the memo is Josen Takano (then 38) a municipal employee and UFO enthusiast and investigator who had collected US information on UFSs via the FIOA as well as “thousands of books on UFOS.”

Perhaps what concerned the FBI most about the Hakui project was cited in the January 7, 1994, FBI memo subject titled “Seaside Town to Build Center for UFO Study”. Under the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act), the Hakui memo is available in the FBI vault online.

As it turns out, the "document" the Hakui project cited is actually from the CIA dated January 7, 1994 and not from the FBI. It was approved for release in May 2000.

https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/document/0005517787



But perhaps the most disturbing fact, for anyone wanting to cover-up the existence of UFOs was the final part of the memo. “Takano said efforts are underway to gather even more information through a network of enthusiasts in 12 other countries.”

The 1950 FBI "memo" as it turns out, is actually a resurfacing hoax known as the Hottel memo. The memo itself surfaced decades ago, in 1977. But the hoax began decades earlier.

The Hottel memo was the end of a long chain of tale-telling. The memo repeats a story from the Wyandotte Echo, a legal newspaper in Kansas City, Kansas in January 1950. An Air Force investigator read the story (and pasted into a memo himself. Such practices were common in the days before scanning documents was possible and memos had to be typed out. He then sent it on to Hottel.

The FBI memo contains details about flying saucers being piloted by three feet tall aliens.

The FBI memo reportedly reads: “An investigator for the Air Force states that three so-called flying saucers had been recovered in New Mexico.“They were described as being circular in shape with raised centers, approximately 50 feet in diameter.“Each one was occupied by three bodies of human shape but only 3 feet tall, dressed in metallic cloth of a very fine texture.

“According to Mr (name blanked out), the saucers were found in New Mexico due to the fact that the Government has a very high-powered radar set-up in that area and it is believed the radar interferes with the controlling mechanism of the saucers.”

Conclusion:

There is no evidence to substantiate that the museum had anything to do with the official government of Japan other than a program assisting tourism in disadvantaged areas. Or that Douglas Dietrich had anything to do with providing stolen documents or artifacts.

The museum was opened on schedule and not affected by any trade agreement involving Donald Trump.  There have been no credible reports of the FBI or CIA investigating the Museum in either 1994 or 2015.  Not surprising since the origin of "reports" of the "investigation" was not cited, and the original "FBI" memo was determined to be a hoax in 1977.

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« Reply #16232 on: February 12, 2020, 10:01:20 PM »
People critique your manner of speaking ddd, because it betrays what an ignorant asshole you are and why whatever you say should be ignored.

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« Reply #16233 on: February 12, 2020, 10:06:29 PM »
Talley fell asleep and started snoring on air!  ;D  That's fucking funny! lol

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« Reply #16234 on: February 13, 2020, 10:03:11 AM »
Douglas Dietrich's insane version of Operation Highjump

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2grsHUwwj8o

Dietrich starts at 1:30:00 to 1:43:20 Not surprising that his version is the most embellished and completely insane compared to any other since 2006!

My latest research proves them all wrong and I will be releasing it more publicly next month! Until then I am publishing it in four-part series written for radio on my blog: https://rkcolejr.blogspot.com/

"Fact or Fiction? The secret diary of Adm. Richard E. Byrd, Jr. and Operation Highjump"

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« Reply #16235 on: February 13, 2020, 12:48:24 PM »
The only thing they found in Antarctica was ship docks and a abandoned U-Boat facility. Obviously the Nazis were using it to run supply and personnel operations to and from  Argentina when high level officers and possibly Hitler escaped form Germany to Antarctica.

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« Reply #16236 on: February 13, 2020, 02:12:35 PM »
My research proves that no secret Nazi bases have EVER been found. it is a myth and a study of Nazi records proves it.

http://www.histarmar.com.ar/Antartida/Base-Hitler/LaBaseAntarticadeHitler.pdf

But following a meticulous look through Nazi records,  Colin Summerhayes of the Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge and Peter Beeching (2006) published a peer-reviewed study which found "no mention in any of the German documents of any intention to establish a base during the expedition of 1938–1939, nor that any attempt was made to do so at that time or afterward." The expedition was only off the Antarctic coast for a month, most of which was dedicated to mapping out the small area in the first place.

"As there is no evidence that the ship carried either motorized equipment or dogs."  "The building of a base in the mountains would mean that the crew had to do as Scott and Shackleton did, and once they knew from the aerial photos where the mountains were, walk towards them across unmapped, dangerous, crevasse-ridden terrain tugging their stores and equipment behind them." From a strictly practical sense, a Nazi base doesn't jive with the supplies at hand.

There was also a quote from German Admiral Karl Donitz during the Nuremberg trials. (Likely created by Zundel.) Dönitz supposedly bragged about an "invulnerable fortress, a paradise-like oasis in the middle of eternal ice." As for Dönitz's claim, there has not been a single shred of proof to back it up, and it remains questionable if he even said it. For all we know, he might have been actually talking about the Arctic ice itself."

Highjump was operating on the other side of the continent, 3.000 km from where the Nazis wanted to build a base but never did!



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rs0ZaCQrScc&t=439s

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« Reply #16237 on: February 13, 2020, 03:00:42 PM »
Probably a makeshift port facility and caves used as shelter for the U-boats and a place to hide from Allied search vessels The purpose of this Antarctic base if one would call it that was probably to run interference against Allied ships that were near Argentina looking for German escapees. The Allies knew that some high level German officers were headed to Argentina and other parts of South America and were waiting in ambush to stop those ships. The U-boats were also there to prevent them from stopping the Germans. They probably got their fuel and supplies from Argentine ports since Argentina was in good terms with the Germans but were not allies. There were no large German presence in Antarctica or even a base as one would think of it.

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« Reply #16238 on: February 13, 2020, 05:03:49 PM »
Right.  The intention of a base in the Northern region called Queen Maud Land (which the Nazis basically attempted to claim for themselves) was for processing whale oil.  They used U-boats on at least two occasions to interdict whaling vessels of other countries and stole thousands of tons of the stuff.  They were buying it from the Norwegians and wanted to produce it themselves.

The British were concerned about the nearby territory of the Falkland Islands and knew the Germans might attempt something so they built 3 bases in the Antarctic which are still there today as research stations.

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« Reply #16239 on: February 14, 2020, 10:24:03 AM »
I will present a thorough debunking of the bullshit claims about Operation Highjump this Saturday at 8 pm EST. http://www.patriotoutlaws.com/

My research proves that claims of Operation Highjump being an "invasion of Antarctica" to destroy a secret Nazi base are total fiction created by German writer   Ernst Zundel (who also used the pseudonym Christoff Friedrich) in his 1974 book "UFOs Nazi Secret Weapon."  (pages 92-98)  http://www.germanvictims.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Ernst-Zundel-UFOs-Nazi-Secret-Weapon-182pg.-1974.pdf

The book was republished in 1978 in Canada by Samisdat Publishers LTD owned and operated by Ernst Zundel.

I will specifically mention the outlandish version of Douglas Dietrich who embellishes the fictional stories of others to include the use of dozens of WW2 era US Naval aircraft, 26 bombers stationed in South America and a force of 3,500 US Marines flown in from New Zealand in DC-3s who were "obliterated" by the Nazis using "flugelrad" flying discs.

Dietrich intends to present his bullshit version in an upcoming bullshit book with Peter Moon. 

Bellgabbers who appreciate history are invited to listen and comment in the chat. Or you can view my research here: https://rkcolejr.blogspot.com/


1978 Cover


page 92


page 94


page 95

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« Reply #16240 on: February 14, 2020, 12:02:31 PM »
Location of "English-Norwegian support force" claimed by Zundel.

No such force existed!


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« Reply #16241 on: February 14, 2020, 06:15:15 PM »
"Other conspiracy theorists have claimed TF-68 comprised a force totaling nearly 50 ships with thousands of troops from the US, UK, Australia, New Zealand, and the Soviet Union participating in the "invasion." Not surprisingly, the most outlandish fictional version of Highjump is that of Douglas Duane Dietrich. In a 2012 interview, Dietrich embellished the fictional stories to include the use of dozens of WW2 era US Naval aircraft, "some Vought XF5U-1 flying disks from America's 'black program', 26 bombers stationed in South America, and a force of 3,500 US Marines flown in from New Zealand in DC-3s who were "obliterated" by the Nazis using "flugelrad" flying discs. Dietrich also described the Seaplane tender USS Pine Island as being a "catapult ship," and stumbled over the same names of other ships Zundel had misspelled. Undeniable proof that Dietrich had copied directly from page 92 of Zundel's book"!  https://rkcolejr.blogspot.com/

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« Reply #16242 on: February 14, 2020, 06:29:59 PM »
I think Peter Moon should pay attention!  Because I am about to debunk his little "bookmate" Douglas Dietrich's bullshit claims before "she" is even published!

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« Reply #16243 on: February 14, 2020, 06:40:56 PM »
I will present a thorough debunking of the bullshit claims about Operation Highjump this Saturday at 8 pm EST. http://www.patriotoutlaws.com/


Awesome!  I'll try and tune on in.

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« Reply #16244 on: February 14, 2020, 06:44:10 PM »
Awesome!  I'll try and tune on in.
Thanks WAN.


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« Reply #16245 on: February 14, 2020, 06:50:17 PM »
Douglas Dietrich's insane version of Operation Highjump

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2grsHUwwj8o

Dietrich starts at 1:30:00 to 1:43:20 Not surprising that his version is the most embellished and completely insane compared to any other since 2006!

My latest research proves them all wrong and I will be releasing it more publicly next month! Until then I am publishing it in four-part series written for radio on my blog: https://rkcolejr.blogspot.com/

"Fact or Fiction? The secret diary of Adm. Richard E. Byrd, Jr. and Operation Highjump"


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« Reply #16246 on: February 15, 2020, 06:41:02 PM »
Foolish Dietrich thinks the feds won't dare persecute him for espionage which he has on air admitted to since they will have to admit in court that the U.S. lost the war to Japan according to him...LOL. More is the likelihood that the government will black bag him to a rendition facility for death by slow torture for their amusement. Spies and traitors like Dietrich don't deserve any rights or leniency.

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« Reply #16247 on: February 15, 2020, 06:47:30 PM »
Listen in and join the chat in 15 minutes http://www.patriotoutlaws.com/

Fact or Fiction?
The secret diary of Adm. Richard E. Byrd, Jr. and Operation Highjump
Patriot Outlaws Radio - February 15, 2020

Part 2: "The Battle of Antarctica" Feb 26, 1947


https://rkcolejr.blogspot.com/

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« Reply #16248 on: February 15, 2020, 07:00:09 PM »
Listen in and join the chat in 15 minutes http://www.patriotoutlaws.com/

Fact or Fiction?
The secret diary of Adm. Richard E. Byrd, Jr. and Operation Highjump
Patriot Outlaws Radio - February 15, 2020

Part 2: "The Battle of Antarctica" Feb 26, 1947


https://rkcolejr.blogspot.com/
Don't forget to mention on the radio that ddd is a douchebag.

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« Reply #16249 on: February 15, 2020, 08:05:42 PM »
Good job Gunner! You thoroughly debunked ddd permanently!

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« Reply #16250 on: February 15, 2020, 08:09:18 PM »
Good job Gunner! You thoroughly debunked ddd permanently!

Yes,  very solid appearance. 

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« Reply #16251 on: February 15, 2020, 08:23:22 PM »
Mack had some tech issues, but we can try and fix it in the post edit.

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« Reply #16252 on: February 15, 2020, 08:23:44 PM »
How was my audio?

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« Reply #16253 on: February 15, 2020, 08:25:12 PM »
Audio was good once you could hear each other.

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« Reply #16254 on: February 15, 2020, 08:26:00 PM »
Last time I had the mic too close, so I backed it off.

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« Reply #16255 on: February 15, 2020, 08:30:19 PM »
I could hear my water pipes starting to freeze! I was so busy I forgot to turn the water on at a trickle!   :)

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« Reply #16256 on: February 15, 2020, 08:31:50 PM »
I'm re-listening to ddd's ridiculous interview about Roswell. The first time I listened to it I picked up a few stupid things he said like he linked the town of Gallup, NM to the Gallup poll. They have nothing to do with each other. He talks about it at the 50:38 minute mark.

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« Reply #16257 on: February 15, 2020, 08:34:24 PM »
Dietrich takes other people stuff and combines it with his own insane shit. If he thinks he can get away with a new book mentioning Operation Highjump, I have already debunked his stupid faggot ass!

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« Reply #16258 on: February 15, 2020, 08:35:32 PM »
I remember saying "I hope you are listening Steve Quayle!  :D

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« Reply #16259 on: February 15, 2020, 08:41:33 PM »
Immediately after he mentions that the jap parasite fighters got free and were trying to escape to Mexico and they were spotted by Kenneth Arnold. Guess what? Kenneth Arnold spotted those UFOs near Mt Rainier in western Washington state! Pretty far from Mexico I'd say.