Howard, Hopkins, Hodges. What! Gotcha!
by Dee McLachlan
I noticed that my recent article, entitled “Recent Deathbed Confessions from MI5 and CIA Agents,” had an unusual number of hits.
The reason I wrote it was that it seemed somewhat convenient that certain recent deathbed confessions surfaced from similar sources — and without much corroborating evidence. Well, as I learned later, the gent lying on the blue pillow was not the MI6 agent, John Hopkins– confessing to murdering Princess Diana — but was asbestosis sufferer Kevin Parks in Lismore Hospital, Australia, back in 2010.
Interesting too, is that many of these people providing deathbed confessions had names starting in “H“. E.g. Hopkins (Princess Diana), Howard Hunt (JFK), Hodges (Marilyn Monroe), and Howard (Building 7).
Each of these stories may be true. Each, or some of them, may be false. But I have wondered if someone is placing an “H-factor’ in all the new confessions for the purpose of diluting the one deathbed story that looks the most genuine — the E Howard Hunt one.
We are AWASH with content. According to Eric Schmidt, when he was the CEO of Google in 2010, we create as much information every two days as we did from the dawn of civilization, up until 2003. There is so much information, society can’t seem to deal with it.
One might expect that an earth shattering confession should, if true, have consequences — but they don’t. It seems we are in a “content clutter game” that is so convoluted and confusing, it has become almost impossible to action anything, or right any wrong. Possibly an all-important confession is being drowned out by other fake confessions, or maybe fake photos have been planted over real confessions. There is a lot of disinformation and distraction.
If there was a bona fide deathbed confession — what would the authorities do anyway? Call for a new investigation into the collapse of Building 7? Call Larry Silverstein and the Bush government employees to an inquiry? No way. That’s just not happening.
Kevin Parks and Baxter Dmitry
Well is it Baxter Dmitry, or David Hardy? (same person apparently)
A few days ago, when I wrote my article, Dmitry’s June 19, 2017 Yournewswire article had a photograph of an elderly gent (allegedly MI5 Agent John Hopkins) lying on a blue pillow.
On checking the article yesterday, Parks’ photo has been replaced with a plain hospital bed. That seemed strange. Via Snopes I found that the man in this photo was apparently Kevin Parks, the 87-year-old war veteran. It was a 2010 report that described how Parks had to use his own mobile phone to call triple-0 from his hospital bed, because he couldn’t get help from nursing staff in the middle of the night. But his photo still appears on this Facebook page — the Hidden Truth. (Yes, the truth is hidden.)
(L) Kevin Parks, replaced by the new picture
Dmitry has damaged the MI5 Agent’s story — true or false.
H for Howard
Then on July 13, 2017, Dmitry published this article of a CIA Agent’s deathbed confession. This time, 79-year-old retired CIA agent, Malcom Howard (with the yellow bedspread).
This is how the host of K2D4 Network reacted (from a transcript of the video show):
“I give a shout out to my co-host Pete Hall for posting this article on the K2D4 Network Facebook page. This is so mind-blowing. Let’s get right into the article. CIA agent confesses on deathbed ‘we blew up WTC 7 on 9/11’. BOOM crazy…”
Many cling, with hope, to these confessions — but these reports are vacuumed up in the huge, unmanageable pool of content. For any of these confessions to have any actionable quality, and to be taken seriously, maybe one needs to tackle this differently.
Dmitry also reported on another Ex-CIA bedside confession, “Aliens Exist, CIA Agent’s Area 51 Deathbed Confession Goes Viral”. It is a video of researcher Richard Dolan interviewing an elderly gent about President Eisenhower and Area 51 (I’ll be expanding on this in another article). The video, with nearly 5 million views, was posted in 2013, but Dmitry reports this four years later — on June 17, 2017 — all in a month of many bedside confessions.
Another H in Hospital
Worldnewsdailyreport.com reported in July 16, 2017 that a 78-year old retired officer of the CIA, Normand Hodges, has made a series of astonishing confessions since being admitted to the Sentara General Hospital on Monday — claiming to have assassinated 37 people for the US government between 1959 and 1972 — including Marilyn Monroe.
Michael Tyrell — not CIA man, Hodges.
But there is a problem. This old man is wearing handcuffs. The Guardian wrote up a piece in November 2013 about sick prisoners being handcuffed in hospital. His name was Michael Tyrrell. The daughter took some photographs — shocked that her dying father had been handcuffed.
The real H — E Howard Hunt
In 2007, CIA operative E. Howard Hunt admitted to being part of a CIA assassination team to kill US President John F. Kennedy. This was significant for researchers and historians — confirming, for them, that the John F. Kennedy assassination did not happen as was reported by the mainstream media.
Hunt portrayed in the Rolling Stone 2007 article
As Rense wrote on the subject:
“…Hunt’s confession, which was taken by his son, St. John (“Saint”) Hunt, over the course of many personal and carefully planned father-son meetings… [implicated Lyndon B. Johnson and many others]
“Beyond any reasonable doubt, the US government murdered John F. Kennedy. There are people still alive today who were involved directly and indirectly implicated. Some are probably even serving in positions of high influence. Some still have never been identified or touched.”
Well, nothing happens — confession or no confession.
So where does that leave us?
A Numb (and Dumb) Society
I’d say, if anyone is thinking of a deathbed confession — call a live press conference on a false premise. Get them there — then spill the real beans — live. Put it on video (like Dolan did), audio and on twitter. Like Kevin Parks in Lismore Hospital, call triple-0 — then report yourself. Call in an attorney to witness the video recording. Surely there must be many ways to fake-proof these confessions — to stir action (if they are real).
It seems society is numb — drawn into a quagmire of content — and unable to make corrections. In general people have accepted that governments and power structures are corrupt to the core — leaving society unable to prosecute the most important of crimes.
Maybe we are not ready. (And are some things too awful and daunting for society to deal with? Ask Fiona Barnett.)
However, I do believe in the Hundredth Monkey Effect... that “once a critical number of members of one group exhibit the new behavior or acknowledge the new idea…” other groups begin to spontaneously embrace the new behaviour or idea — inexplicably.
There is still hope in numbers and tipping points.