Thursday 23 August 2012

Mae Brussell's Last Broadcast & Threats To Her Life

We don't know if it was the Office of Naval Intelligence or the CIA who both get a mention in this last audio recording. Mae's contribution towards reporting the truth is extraordinary and the depth and breadth of her material is exhaustive.

Her analysis that the 1947 National Security Act is the turning point for the U.S. in terms of its nosedive to the gutter is in my opinion correct though we could always refer to the financial collapse engineered through the great recession and the introduction of the Federal Reserve as the start of that process. It's important to bear in mind that the oligarchical elite have a multi generational incentive to plan these issues over decades if not centuries. Often we don't even notice their initiatives.

Mae Brussell,the Queen of Conspiracy Research...

By the time President Kennedy was murdered in 1963, Mae was married with five kids. Hardly satisfied with the Warren Commission Report on the assassination, Mae bought herself as a Christmas present the 26 volume Warren Commission testimonies and began reading, filing and cross-indexing. Not only did she find connections to high level government officials, the CIA, Germany, the Hughes organization, and organized crime (to name a few), but began to see relationships to many other current and past events throughout the world.

In June 1971, after 7 years of research and now living in Carmel, California, Mae appeared as a guest on KLRB, a local FM radio station independently owned by Mr. and Mrs. Bob and Gloria Barron. Mae discussed her views on political assassinations and the New York Times release of the Pentagon Papers. The response was so good Mae became a regular weekly guest and before too long had her own show, Dialogue: Conspiracy.(She later changed the name to World Watchers International)

There were times when death threats forced Mae off the air -- one time by Charlie Manson family member Sandra Good in September 1975. At one point Mae resorted to recording her shows at home on her small General Electric cassette tape recorder and privately mailed out copies to her subscribers.

In 1983 Mae's show moved to KAZU in Pacific Grove and there it stayed until her last broadcast (#862) on June 13, 1988. On October 3rd of that year, at age 66, Mae died of cancer.