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Dr. James Tracy and his legal defense fund need your help

Support the James Tracy Legal Defense Fund

18 days ago, on January 25, 2016, warrior for Sandy Hook truth Dr. James Tracy announced on his Memory Hole Blog the instauration of the James Tracy Legal Defense Fund.

The purpose of the James Tracy Legal Defense Fund is stated as follows:

Academic freedom and free speech are the basic and shared tenets of free and democratic societies. On January 6, 2016 Florida Atlantic University terminated Dr. James Tracy’s tenured position as Associate Professor of Journalism and Media Studies, ostensibly for failing to fill out and file paperwork in a timely manner. Tracy began his employment at FAU as Assistant Professor in 2002, and was granted tenure in 2008. His 13-year record of teaching, research, and service-oriented contributions at the South Florida university has been consistently adjudged as excellent by his peers.

Many observers contend that Tracy’s firing stemmed from his articles and commentary made on his personal blog, Memory Hole, interrogating the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre of December 14, 2012 and similar controversial events. Beginning in early 2013 Dr. Tracy became a target of many mainstream journalistic outlets that have routinely failed to provide objective and responsible investigative coverage of such incidents. Dr. Tracy’s abrupt termination suggests a broader affront to free speech and academic freedom not only at FAU, but for free thinkers throughout the US and world.

The James Tracy Legal Defense Fund was established as a nonprofit entity by Dr. James Tracy and other concerned scholars in January 2016. The central purpose of the Tracy Legal Defense Fund is to generate revenue toward retaining competent legal representation for researching and ascertaining the facts pertinent to Dr. Tracy’s case.

Florida Atlantic University first moved to terminate tenured professor Tracy on December 16, 2015, less than a week after the (Florida) Sun-Sentinel published an op/ed by Lenny and Veronique Pozner, parents of alleged Sandy Hook child victim Noah.

But Dr. Tracy’s legal defense effort is now blocked.

Tracy received a letter from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS), dated February 1, 2016, that FDACS had “received information” that Tracy may be in violation of a Florida law, Solicitation of Contributions Act, because he had not registered with the FDACS “prior to soliciting contributions from the public in Florida.” Failure to comply with that law may subject Tracy “to a cease and desist order and fines up to $1000 per violation.”

Fellowship of the Minds, therefore, is stepping into the breach.

Please consider donating to the James Tracy Legal Defense Fund, no matter how small a sum, if only to send a message to Tracy that he is not alone in this fight. The editors and contributors to the Amazon-banned book, Nobody Died at Sandy Hook, are donating their royalties to the fund, totaling $3,000 to date.

There are three ways you can donate:

  • By sending a check.
  • With your credit card.
  • Via the Fundly Campaign.

To donate, click here.

Thank you for your support and generosity.

See also:

There’s an iPetition calling for an independent investigation into Sandy Hook. Please consider supporting the Sandy Hook Petition for an Independent Investigation. To sign the petition, click here.

~Eowyn

Obama goes after Social Security recipients’ guns

Obama said that his top priority for his remaining time in office is gun control.

He’s already done it to our military veterans — getting the dysfunctional Veterans Administration to take guns away from veterans deemed “mentally unfit”. (See “Obama regime prohibits disabled veterans from owning firearms and ammunition”)

Now, Obama is extending the same BOHICA “courtesy” to Social Security recipients.

Obama guns

Alan Zarembo reports for The Los Angeles Times, July 18, 2015, that Obama plans to ban millions of Social Security recipients from owning guns, as “part of a concerted effort by the Obama administration after the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Conn., to strengthen gun control, including by plugging holes in the background check system.”

For the links to the posts FOTM has published on the Sandy Hook false-flag, go here.

The National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), with a database of more than 13 million records, is used to prevent gun sales to felons, fugitives, drug addicts, illegal immigrants, domestic abusers, dishonorably discharged service members, and others. The law requires gun stores to run the names of prospective buyers through the computerized background check system before every sale.

Already, Obama’s Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) has expanded the category of “others” to include veterans who are incompetent to manage their pension or disability payments, and are assigned a fiduciary. Conservative groups have denounced the policy as an excuse to strip veterans of their gun rights.

Social Security has never participated in the background check system. Now, Obama means to change that by including some 4.2 million Social Security (SS) recipients who “lack mental capacity” — whose monthly disability payments are handled by others (“representative payees”) due to “marked subnormal intelligence, or mental illness, incompetency, condition, or disease.”

Critics — including gun rights activists, mental health experts and advocates for the disable — say that although such a ban would keep people who pose a danger to themselves or others from owning guns, the strategy undoubtedly would also include people who may just have a bad memory or difficulty balancing a checkbook.

Yale psychiatrist Dr. Marc Rosen, who has studied how veterans with mental health problems manage their money, points out that “Someone can be incapable of managing their funds but not be dangerous, violent or unsafe. They are very different determinations.” Rosen said some veterans may avoid seeking help for mental health problems out of fear that they would be required to give up their guns.

Ari Ne’eman, a member of the National Council on Disability (NCD), said the NCD would oppose any policy that used assignment of a representative payee as a basis to take any fundamental right from people with disabilities.

Steven Overman, a 30-year-old former Marine who lives in Virginia, said he “didn’t know the VA could take away your guns” and that his case demonstrates the flaws of judging gun safety by the yardstick of financial competence.

After his Humvee hit a roadside bomb in Iraq in 2007, Overman was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder and a brain injury that weakened his memory and cognitive ability, and was deemed 100% disabled by the VA. In 2012, after declaring Overman incompetent and making his wife his fiduciary, the VA reported him to the background check system. So Overman surrendered his guns to his mother and began working with a lawyer to get them back because he enjoys target shooting and has never felt he is a danger to himself or others.

More than a year and a half after Overman filed his challenge, the VA finally lifted its incompetence ruling, allowing his removal from the background check system. Overman, who hasn’t worked since leaving the military, said he and a friend are now thinking of opening a gunsmith business.

In the case of the proposed Social Security Administration policy to take guns from SS recipients, what is even more of a concern is that the agency has been drafting its policy outside of public view.

Even the National Rifle Association (NRA) was unaware of it. Told about the initiative, the NRA issued a statement from its chief lobbyist, Chris W. Cox, saying: “If the Obama administration attempts to deny millions of law-abiding citizens their constitutional rights by executive fiat, the NRA stands ready to pursue all available avenues to stop them in their tracks.”

On April 23, 2015, Rep. Jeff Miller (R-FL) introduced a bill to change the VA’s gun policy. H.R. 2001, the Veterans Second Amendment Protection Act, would require a court to determine that somebody poses a danger before being reported to the background check system. The bill has been referred to the House Committee on Veterans Affairs.

H/t FOTM’s maziel

~Eowyn

Sandy Hook Fake-O-lympics medalists

The video below is also a reason why Glenn Beck should not be trusted.

And the Sandy Hook Fake-O-lympics decathlon champion is . . .

Robbie Parker!

Watch the grief-stricken dad of alleged 6-year-old victim Emilie, in mere seconds, go from laughing and joking to feigning to choke back his tears (no tear actually materialized) as he made a statement to the press.

I’ll leave y’all with this screenshot from the Fake-O-lympics video of smiling and laughing Lynn and Chris McDonnell, after just finding out their precious 6-year-old daughter Grace had been brutally shot to death.

Lynn & Chris McDonnell

H/t flynchr

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~Eowyn

Lenny Pozner’s HONR Network: The Fine Art of Online Stalking and Harassment

In their December (Florida) Sun-Sentinel op/ed, Lenny and Veronique Pozner claim that James Tracy had harassed them with a registered letter demanding proof that their alleged son, Noah, had ever lived. That is a misrepresentation of Tracy’s letter, which actually requested Lenny to produce proof of his claim of copyright over Noah’s images.

Mere days after Sun-Sentinel‘s publication of Pozners’ op/ed, Florida Atlantic University (FAU) moved to fire Tracy, a tenured professor.

Since then, the Pozners’ accusation has been repeated in countless media reports and vicious comments by readers of those news articles. An expert on tenure and academic freedom interviewed by NBC even said on camera that FAU’s termination of Tracy’s employment is justified by Tracy’s (alleged) “harassment” of the Pozners, which trumps tenure and First Amendment right of free speech.

This important post by Tony Mead demonstrates that it is Lenny Pozner and his cronies who have been doing the harassing, character assassination, and other machinations. My blog, Fellowship of the Minds (FOTM), is one of the WordPress blogs targeted by Lenny, who was successful at getting WordPress unilaterally to take down images of Noah over which Lenny claims — but has not proved — copyright. WordPress even threatened to shut down FOTM if we ever post images of Noah again. I also know of at least one blogger, a college kid Timothy Hunter, whom Lenny successfully hounded and, as a result, is no longer blogging. Curiously, while he relentlessly goes after YouTubers and bloggers for supposed copyright infringement, Lenny continues to be incurious about how and why an image of Noah was included among the posters of those massacred at the Army Public School in Deshawar, Pakistan, on Dec. 16, 2014.

Mr. Mead also raises an important and fascinating question: Just who/what is bankrolling Lenny and his HONR Network? This post by Mr. Mead deserves to be widely disseminated. Please help the cause of truth by spreading this post via email and on social media.

UPDATE (Feb. 10, 2016):

This morning, at 10:30 a.m., Fellowship of the Minds (FOTM) received an email from Lenny Pozner – HONR Network, demanding that this post be taken down on the grounds that this post:

  1. Contains “false information concerning the Pozner family”;
  2. Was published “without authorization”;
  3. The intent of which is “for the sole purpose of harassment”.

This is Fellowship of the Minds‘ response:

  1. Pozner’s accusation that FOTM published “false information concerning the Pozner family” is vague, overly general, and unspecific.
  2. In reblogging Tony Mead’s post from Memory Hole Blog, FOTM is simply exercising and conforming to the free speech and free press rights guaranteed by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, for which FOTM requires neither “authorization” nor permission from Lenny or anyone else. Lenny Pozner is not the owner of FOTM, has never had a relationship with FOTM, and has no legal claim over FOTM.

  3. According to Law.com, the legal definition of “harassment” is:

“the act of systematic and/or continued unwanted and annoying actions of one party or a group, including threats and demands. The purposes may vary, including racial prejudice, personal malice, an attempt to force someone to quit a job or grant sexual favors, apply illegal pressure to collect a bill or merely gain sadistic pleasure from making someone anxious or fearful. Such activities may be the basis for a lawsuit if due to discrimination based on race or sex, a violation on the statutory limitations on collection agencies, involve revenge by an ex-spouse, or be shown to be a form of blackmail (“I’ll stop bothering you if you’ll go to bed with me”). The victim may file a petition for a “stay away” (restraining) order, intended to prevent contact by the offensive party. A systematic pattern of harassment by an employee against another worker may subject the employer to a lawsuit for failure to protect the worker.”

Nothing in the legal definition of “harassment” applies in FOTM‘s re-blogging of Mr. Mead’s post for the simple reason that FOTM does not have a relationship with Lenny Pozner, nor is the reblog addressed to Mr. Pozner. Specifically:

  • FOTM has issued no demands or threats at Mr. Pozner. Ironically, it is Mr. Pozner who has issued demands and threats at FOTM.
  • Nor has FOTM forced Mr. Pozner to quit his job or grant sexual favors.
  • Nor has FOTM applied pressure to collect a bill from Mr. Pozner.
  • Nor has FOTM attempted to induce anxiety or fear, or intended to do so, or derived sadistic pleasure in so doing.
  • Nor has FOTM discriminated against Mr. Pozner’s race or sex.
  • Nor has FOTM blackmailed Mr. Pozner.
  • Nor is FOTM the employer of Mr. Pozner.

The purpose of FOTM‘s re-blogging of Tony Mead’s post is expressly and solely to inform — a purpose that is stated in FOTM‘s “About” page, specifically our Fair Use Disclaimer:

“In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research, educational, or satirical purposes.”

Memory Hole

Submitted by Tony Mead 
(Warning: Graphics contain strong language/profanity)

Since so many people are showing up on my Facebook page for the first time, not knowing the persecution that we’ve endured, I think it appropriate that I introduce you to the HONR Network.

The HONR Network was founded by Lenny Pozner to seek out, identify, stalk and harass anyone who investigates the suspicious and confusing facts surrounding the Sandy Hook incident. They are dedicated to investigating individuals’  backgrounds, places of employment, family and friends, and then attacking their targets by posting personal information, pictures and even contacting people’s employers with accusations of harassment.

Lenny Pozner and HONR Network elite members strategize
their next move: “Hope … we get his brother
in laws
number …”

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Over the past 3 years, I have been continually stalked and harassed by this relentless, calculating, heartless group who seem to work round…

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Memory holes: Newspaper gives articles the Hook.

Blogger “Cinderella’s Broom” discovered that the newspaper, Newtown Bee, had scrubbed from its website articles that were published in 2002, 2004 and 2008 on Sandy Hook Elementary School’s dilapidated roof and environmental toxins.

I had cited those articles in two of my posts, including “Sandy Hook Hoax: 6 signs that school was closed before the massacre“.

Cinderella's Broom

Why is the Newtown Bee removing article links related to Sandy Hook citizen investigations?

Cinderella noticed several memory holes yesterday in relation to two issues reported on by bloggers:

  1. The shabby condition of Sandy Hook Elementary, which suggests it was closed as a school long before 12-14-12. The photos of the school remain intact here.
  2. Garrett L. Denniston’s investment fraud activities committed between 2005-2012. Denniston’s wife served as principal of Reed Intermediate school from 2003-2009. The FBI report on Denniston remains intact here.
Three missing links. Go here to witness three memory holes in Fellowship of the Mind’s article, “Sandy Hook hoax: 6 signs that school was closed before massacre.”
The relevant paragraph is below, so you can easily test the three links:

“As examples, in 2002, Consulting Engineering Services recommended to the school district that SHES be “worked on in 2010 over a nine-month…

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Did David Bowie fake his death?

It’s down-the-rabbit-hole time again! rabbit hole

On January 10, 2016, the world was shocked to learn that singer-actor David Bowie had died from liver cancer in his New York City apartment, just two days after his 69th birthday and the release of his album Blackstar. 

Bowie left a wife — his second — former supermodel Iman, and two children. His daughter with Iman will be 16 this August.

We are told Bowie had been diagnosed 18 months earlier, but kept his illness a secret. Nor did he look like he was dying in his last public appearance on Dec. 7, 2015, about a month before his death, at the opening night of his off-Broadway musical, Lazarus.

David Bowie, Dec. 7, 2015

A day after he died, on January 11, 2016, as reported by Carl Greenwood for the Daily Mirror, “Fans of David Bowie were left confused after a ‘lookalike’ appeared on television to pay tribute.”

The doppelgänger is Jack Steven, a music industry executive of Fortress Music, who appeared on Sky News in a panel discussion on Bowie’s legacy.

A viewer, Ned Simons, tweeted: “This guy on Sky News talking about David Bowie looks a lot like David Bowie.” Another tweeted: “Haha, Jack’s a lovely chap, but yes looks exactly like the man!”

Here are side-by-side pics of David Bowie (left) and Jack Steven (right):

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Here’s Jack Steven on Sky TV:

Oddly, neither woman on the panel made note of Steven’s uncanny resemblance to Bowie.

Let’s compare the two men’s voices. Here’s David Bowie in his last interview:

The disposition of Bowie’s body is also interesting.

Tom Bryant reports for the Daily Mirror, Jan. 14, 2016, that since Bowie’s death, “music lovers have been speculating about what plans the legendary showman had for his funeral. But unbeknown to his millions of fans around the world, his body was quietly cremated shortly after he died . . . without any of his family or friends present.” A source in New York told the Mirror that “There is no public or private service or a public memorial. There is nothing.”

Ostensibly, the reason for the secret cremation is that Bowie had told his family he wanted to “go without any fuss” and not have a funeral service or public memorial.

According to Daily Mirror, Bowie might have had a “direct cremation,” which is described on the New York State’s health department website as “the disposition of human remains by cremation without a formal viewing, visitation, or ceremony”. It is the cheapest way to dispose of a body, costing between $700 to $900. The deceased is generally collected from the place of death and transferred to the crematory. Once the required paperwork is done, they are then cremated. The remains are then generally returned to the family unless otherwise specified.

Ivo van Hove, the director of Bowie’s musical Lazarus, believes that the late singer’s album contains clues about his death.

Bowie died on a Sunday. In one song on the album, The Girl Loves Me, Bowie sings “where the f*** did Monday go?” Hove says: “I’m not sure if he planned his death, but it seems a bit too coincidental. I’ve got no evidence but I think he did. He certainly planned for Blackstar to be released when it did – his birthday.”

On his LinkedIn page, Jack Steven describes himself as the co-founder and CEO of the 3-year-old Fortress Music, with “more than 40 years experience in the music industry”. Before he co-founded Fortress Music, Steven was (and still is) the CEO of Kuba Entertainment since 1956. (That would make Steven 80 years old, assuming that he became CEO of Kuba when he was 20 years old.)

Oddly, for someone who has been a music industry executive for 60 years (CEO of Kuba since 1956), not only does Steven not look elderly, he has only two recommendations on his LinkedIn page, and both were made quite recently, in 2013.

To conclude, here are the clues that David Bowie may have faked his death:

  1. Bowie has a reputation of being a chameleon — in music (“Chameleon of rock“), physical appearance, sexual orientation, and spiritual-religious beliefs.
  2. He “timed” the release of his Blackstar album two days before he died.
  3. His musical is called Lazarus, the name of the man whom Jesus raised from the dead.
  4. His body was quickly cremated, without any family or friends present.
  5. A man named Jack Steven, who is a Brit and in the music industry like Bowie, looks and sounds like Bowie, appears to be middle-aged like Bowie but has an employment history that would make him 80 years old.

What do you think?

~Eowyn

Republicans Who Will Reinstate The Draft

can·non fod·der – noun
soldiers regarded merely as material to be expended in war

draft-women

Photo from an article in Las Vegas Review Journal

BREITBART: Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie Say Women Must Register For Wartime Emergency

by JORDAN SCHACHTEL | 7 Feb 2016 | Washington, DC

The Republican establishment hopefuls in the 2016 race want the government to make women sign up for the modern version of the emergency military draft…

Read the whole article.


Please note Dr. Eowyn’s article, The biggest Wall Street whores among 2016 presidential candidates are… 

Her article names Bush, Clinton, Cruz and Rubio as the candidates who are most heavily funded by Wall Street and other agenda-driven PACs.

Conclusion:
The candidates most likely to draft our loved ones against their will, are also the ones with the most strings attached to shadowy money sources!

Hmmmm…