Conspiracy Nation -- Vol. 10 Num. 96
("Quid coniuratio est?")
Gov. Fife "Freon" Symington Thwarted -- Chlorofluorocarbon
(CFC-12) gas, known as "Freon," is the cheapest refrigerant on
the market. DuPont Chemical company develops SUVA, a Freon
substitute. (Decades back, DuPont developed cloth substitutes
such as nylon and rayon, and that "signaled the end of the hemp
industry." -- Free American 9/97) Controlling DuPont are the
Bronfman family. The Bronfmans give large "campaign
contributions" to both Republicans and Democrats -- the Bronfmans
like them all! But what's this? Freon suddenly becomes
"dangerous." The kindly federal government steps in and says,
"We will save USA from Freon!" But nasty Gov. Fife Symington of
Arizona says, "Screw you, feds. Freon is A-OK in my state."
Then, strangely and mysteriously, Gov. Symington is indicted,
found guilty, and not Governor of Arizona anymore. Coming soon
to your car: Freon-sniffing dogs.
Goodbye Al Gore; Hello Jay Rockefeller -- Longtime readers of
Conspiracy Nation know that Sherman H. Skolnick has been
screaming for years about a plot to replace V.P. Al Gore with Jay
Rockefeller. Now, veteran journalist Sarah McClendon is
reporting on Bill & Hill talking about Jay Rockefeller as
replacement should Gore be forced to resign. McClendon reports
on a "seething distrust of the President against the Vice
President." Although mass media portrayed Bill as doing the
"voracious reader" routine during his Martha's Vineyard holiday,
it seems the truth is, discussions on "good-bye Al Gore" occupied
much of his time. I have learned that McClendon herself has
recently done a 180 on her opinion of Bill Clinton; that, in a
dramatic change of view, she now perceives Mr. Bill negatively.
That is a major sea change in itself. But is Sarah's awakening
just pragmatic; is Sarah just bailing out of what she knows is
the sinking ship USS Clinton?
In a related story, Non-Network News confirms that the
Clintons want to remove Al Gore, but replacing him with Ted
Kennedy. Gore is probably being framed, says this source.
Still More On Lady Diana Death -- Death scene photos taken by
"paparazzi" won't be printed, supposedly because National
Enquirer et al. are taking some kind of moral stand -- but is
that the real reason? Or is that just part of the real reason?
(And note the indignation concerning certain of the photographers
who have disappeared and gone into hiding. "What kind of
'journalists' are they?" snorts the mainstream press. "Why are
they hiding? Why won't they come to us with their crash-scene
photos?") Some of the so-called "paparazzi" are actually
mainstream journalists. One, for instance, has covered Tiananmen
Square, Bosnia, and has worked as an AP photographer. Wouldn't
it be nice if these dreaded "paparazzi" (a demonizing term) were
interviewed during the current "Diana's dead" media frenzy? Dan
"Formaldehyde" Rather did interview one of them; but that
interviewee wasn't even there when it happened! He tells Rather
he arrived at the scene 15 minutes later. Too bad the rest of
the available "paparazzi" crew -- eyewitnesses -- are locked up
indefinitely in the judicial process (a la Tim McVeigh who
two-plus years after OKC hasn't been able to let loose with so
much as an Oswaldian "I didn't do it") and "can't" tell what they
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