Tuesday, 22 December 2009

Section V: Profiling Santa's Cartel

(i) Santa and Neo-Conservatism

In 1970, Nicholas formed a political think tank based on subversion of the philosophies of Leo Strauss with early converts including Strauss' ex-student, Paul Wolfowitz, arrest warrant fugitive Henry Kissinger, G. Gordon Liddy and J. Edgar Hoover’s dressmaker. In the 1980s, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld were to join them, combining their ideals into the basis of Neo-Conservatism.

Each year in the West, they fund the paramilitary Santa Volunteer Force employing the use of bells in subliminal Pavlovian conditioning to imprint their will on the people. These 'Coke fiends' became employees for life, with sleeper cells in the UK and beyond. Accompanied by an army of genetic clones, they are carefully placed to cover their tracks and are purported to have links to MK-Ultra operations. With the aim of pushing Claus' liquid cocaine into every home in existence, the people would be made docile by 'bad coke' until times of war when they became Manchurian Candidates awakened to enact slaughter. Ripe for the picking by the government and establishment. Not questioning the laws, they are easily scared and allow their freedom and liberties to be eaten away. 'Undesirables’ were placed in secret jails so as not to upset the morally pure equilibrium. Many of these ideas were made manifest in the foreign and domestic policy of Nixon, Reagan and Bush administrations. South America was the main base to manufacture and Claus had been toppling regimes since the 1970s through his School of the Americas in Florida. The recent hiring of these figures to advise Obama is being watched carefully. At the next rung of the Claus Cartel, are other figures interested in advancing The Project for a New American Century such as Steven Seagal and Dustin Diamond. These men work alongside Gary Glitter and Karl Rove as well as Tesco representatives Tony Blair and John Ashcroft. At the lower levels of the ladder, Trey Parker and Matt Stone of South Park act as street distributors and enforcers for the Claus empire.

Operation Blizzard was launched on the caves of Lapland between January and March of 2009 and although it failed to capture Claus it was notable in rounding up a number of key players and providing further intel. In undertaking this rescue mission, allied forces were provided with a key set of fifty-two laminated fact notes on rheindeers such as Dancer and Prancer, the ravens Hugin and Munin, elf lieutenants, Krampus, Kim Jong-il and the Claus couple. There have been many reported sightings of Santa. We have looked into the reports of journalists and CIA and MI5 both, have offered us their various photo archives on Santa. However, there are irregularities and as you can see from Fig.6 evidence is clear that there are at least five different Santas linked with official statements.