The Committee of 300

Beyond Conspiracy

For your Independence Day reading pleasure, here is fringe conspiracy theory website ClA.gov with John Coleman’s remarkable analysis of the “Committee of 300,” an “upper level parallel secret government” that runs the country and the world:  Conspirators’ Hierarchy.

The manuscript is in the ClA file of materials found in the Abbottabad Compound, a safe house reportedly used by former ClA asset Osama Bin Laden until he was reportedly killed there by U.S. forces in May 2011.

The author, a former Ml6 British intelligence officer, was the first to disclose the existence of the Club of Rome to the public.  The Club of Rome is reportedly a kind of task force for the Committee of 300.  In this book, he talks about an elite conspiracy that includes “enslaving the majority of humans left on this earth after wars, plagues and mass murder have done with them…”

If you’ve ever wondered why elites seem able to get away with murder, why they send our kids to die in wars of no benefit to our country, why we spend more and more on medicine yet continue to get sicker, why our taxes go up and up without any discernible beneficial results, and why it seems so impossible to change things with elections, this book will be of interest to you. 

This link was passed on to me by a former military intelligence officer.  There actually appears to be a set of dimwitted James-Bond-villain-type elites who regard humanity as cattle, don’t trust freedom and markets, and are determined to rule a world with a much smaller population.  They believe natural resources essential to human life are limited and they don’t intend to share them with us.  Read this book and you’ll understand how former intelligence officer Ian Fleming came up with Goldfinger.

Before you write this off, be aware that the author predicted in 1981 the nullification of Reagan’s presidency and the destruction of the U.S. steel, auto and housing industries, as well as a number of European events that later happened, because of an order handed down by the Committee of 300.

Or read the introduction to the U.S. foreign aid scam on pages 9 and 10, then think about what we’ve just learned about foreign aid to Ukraine, the Bidens, and Burisma, plus the utter resistance of Congress to Trump’s attempts to reduce foreign aid.

Or read on a little further about the Club of Rome’s deindustrialization plan, and then think about the Green New Deal.

I would be writing about Vegas strip clubs but I can’t, because the Committee of 300 is still trying to make this Bat Plague thing work for them.  So I might as well start writing about them.

For Bat Plague Hoax Resisters

19 Responses to “The Committee of 300”

    • Davehat

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      XS and Intrique and Marquee nightclubs are empty *on purpose* because they are not selling general admission. Only tables or poolbeds

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    • Erik d

      Looking at that I don’t see what the point of going for people is? I also don’t see why they are open, doesnt seem they could make back operating costs even with the highly overpriced alcohol

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      • Arnold Snyder

        Erik, yes, like two/three tables of people. It’s all theater.

        It’s like the casinos don’t need to make a profit from actual customers. Like that was always cover and now they can’t even be bothered to camouflage it. Their real business is money laundering for the drug cartels, ClA, human traffickers, traitors selling national security secrets to China, etc.

        It’s the same with everything. Movies make no profits but they keep making the same propaganda crap. CNN viewership has collapsed but they keep peddling the same lies. Nike’s sales drop by a billion dollars in a single quarter yet they keep paying Colin Kaepernick. The NFL lost something like 15% of its viewers last time they ran the kneeling psyop, yet they’re getting ready to do it again in overdrive.

        Nothing is what it appears to be, it’s all cover for a different operation.

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    • Davehat

      The Gov needs the legislature to revoke his emergency powers (either by law or lawsuit). It didn’t work in CA or PA, but did in Wisconsin and Illinois

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  1. Davehat

    Re: Palomino

    Do they have “temp dancers” from other cities? I goto Rhino and often meet girls from other cities, who only visit during major holidays (i.e. not regulars). Just wondering if Palomino is the same

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    • Arnold Snyder

      Davehat, Palomino has very loyal dancers and it’s hard to break in there.

      There are new girls from other cities, but not to the same extent as at other clubs. They have to be pretty spectacular and even then they’ll be bounced if they are troublemakers of any kind.

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  2. Aaron

    Sad to see that nightclub almost empty. Were good times had at palomino or DeJaVu this weekend?

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    • Arnold Snyder

      Aaron, Palomino is still good. Still as described in the reopening review I had to take down.

      I want to hit Deja Vu on a Friday or Saturday night and couldn’t get there this weekend.

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  3. Chris

    Never have sex as you might get HIV. Never drink anything as you might get legionnaires disease. Never eat anything as you might get salmonella. Never touch anything as you might get polio. Today, now we can never breathe again because you might get coronavirus. Is life not grand?

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