MORE FROM RONN JACKSON
by Ronn Jackson
Rick Martin of CONTACT forwarded to me a book titled, DOPE, INC. Because of being so busy keeping up with my mail, I was in an impossible situation with there being only 24 hours in each day. I looked down the index of that book and came to a section stating that it was Government who was the main distributor of drugs in this country. Since I have personal knowledge of that particular subject, I read that chapter and because of my knowledge, I found that chapter to be very accurate with the exception of the actual nuts and bolts--the main distribution system.
Well, readers of CONTACT, [and journals] without naming actual individuals, here is how drugs are distributed in this country. There is enough information included in the following charts [see CONTACT July 19, 1994, pages 47-52 also July 26 issue, pages 38-39] for some of you to actually piece together who some of those people are. Some may even be your neighbors, or might even be related to you.
The charts start with the Committee of 16,  [The names of the committee members are on the next page] which is Level 1, and go through Level 3. I am sorry to make this information available to you in this manner but someone has to give you truth and take the initial step. The only difference in these charts and the originals that are contained in the DEATH OF CAMELOT is, in the book, I give you the names of the people involved and give you their street addresses and phone numbers.
THE COMMITTEE OF 17
Editor's note: What you are about to read is the most important list of global controllers on the planet. Ronn Jackson has finally agreed to reveal the entire list of these names and has done so exclusively to CONTACT. Pay attention, now, as you read this list of USURPERS who play THE most profound controlling role in our day-to-day lives, in ways none of us can yet quite imagine.
Al - WALT ROSTOW
A2 - STEVEN M. WOLF
A3 - WILLIAM T. JONES
A4 - NORMAN MAILER
A5 - WARREN CHRISOPHER
A6 - SIR JAMES GOLDSMITH
A7 - JACQUES SANTER
A8 - HUBERTUS VON GRUENBERG
A9 - JUAN CARLOS
A10 - ALBERTO FUJIIVIORE
All - EDWARD SHEVARDNADZE
Al2 - JOHN MCFARLANE
A13 - JEAN CHRETIEN
A14 - TOMHCHE MURAYAMA
A15 - BARBARA JORDAN
A16 - ALEXANDER SOLZHENITSYN
A17 - RONN JACKSON
A2 Admiral Byrd, in our frame of reference he is known as Steven M. Wolf, CEO
A3 Henry Ford, in our frame of reference he is known as William T. Jones, President
National Energy Group.
A4 Adolf Hitler (up to the age of 28 years), in our frame of reference he is known as
A5 Warren Christopher, Secretary of State.
A6 Bertrand Russell, in our frame of reference he is known as Sir James Goldsmith
(active trader in the gold market).
A7 Jacques Santer, Prime Minister of Luxembourg.
A8 Hubertus Von Gruenberg, Continental Tire Company AG, Germany.
A9 Sir Isaac Newton, in our frame of reference he is known as Juan Carlos, Royal
Family of Spain.
A10 Alberto Fujimore, President of Peru.
Al2 John McFarlane, British banker from Hong Kong.
A13 Jean Chretien, Prime Minister of Canada.
A14 Tomiichi Murayama, the new Prime Minister of Japan.
A15 Barbara Jordan, with the LBJ Law Center.
ABOUT THOSE BLACK HELICOPTERS
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by Mike Blair
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A special detachment of high-tech surveillance helicopters, painted black and bearing no U.S. insignia, have been stationed at a National Guard base in Tupelo in northeastern Mississippi.
Fifteen of the Bell OH-58D(i) Kiowa Warrior helicopters, used with great effectiveness by the U.S. Army to pinpoint and/or attack Iraqi installations during Operation Desert Storm, were flown to Tupelo by members of C Company, 1st Battalion, 185th Aviation, based at Tupelo, in mid-April from the Bell Helicopters plant in Fort Worth, Texas.
According to SPOTLIGHT sources, the "super sleuth" helicopters comprise the Target Acquisition and Reconnaissance Company (IARC), which will apparently be permanently based at Tupelo.
"We're the only Guard unit to have them," Lt. Col. Dan Chisholm, 1st Battalion commander, said. "We may be the only [Guard] unit that will get them."
15 OF 50
Actually, the OH-58D(i)s are 15 of only 50 in existence and are equipped with the very latest reconnaissance and surveillance electronic gear.
According to a SPOTLIGHT source, the helicopters are equipped with Forward-Looking Infra-Red (FLIR) TV-digital tracker-laser range-finders and illuminators
for surveillance and tracking of targets.
The source, a former U.S. Marine Corps forward artillery observer during the Vietnam War, told the SPOTLIGHT that the helicopters only operate at night, starting at about dusk.
They are responsible for some of the dozens of reports from various parts of the United States, as well as eastern Canada, of mysterious "black helicopters".
According to the SPOTLIGHT source, who himself has had the Tupelo installation under surveillance, said that each helicopter is manned by two crewmen, both dressed in black battle dress uniforms (BDUs), which do not appear to have any insignia.
When the source was watching the helicopters at the base, he and a companion found themselves being also watched, with the helicopters somewhat threateningly hovering about them, the front of the aircraft, displaying rocket pods, facing them.
The SPOTLIGHT source videotaped the helicopters.
Bell OH-58D reconnaissance and surveillance helicopters photoed at Tupelo, Mississippi.
Three of the helicopters, which are entirely painted flat black, were in the air at the time. After a few minutes of watching the two men on the ground, the crews of helicopters flew off, heading in a northerly direction.
According to E. A. Karpinski, a spokesman for Bell Helicopters, the Bell OH-58D(i)s' "primary mission" is to provide "night reconnaissance".
The Kiowa Warriors can carry up to four Stinger air-to-air missiles, up to four Hellfire anti-tank missiles, up to two 70-millimeter rocket launchers and/or .50 caliber machine guns with 500 rounds of ammunition.
The helicopters have a cruising speed of about 115 miles per hour and a top speed of more than 140 miles per hour.
In another incident in the southern United States, waves of dozens of dark-painted helicopters were reported to the SPOTLIGHT as having created an uproar by flying over Kenner, Louisiana, near New Orleans, in the past several days.
When one observer lost count about 80 of the helicopters had already passed overhead.
A military analyst told the SPOTLIGHT that the helicopters could have been moving a full brigade of troops.
Dozens of Army Black Hawk helicopters, based at Fort Drum, New York, have been reported by Canadians to frequently fly across the border to unknown destinations in Canada.
Sources have told the SPOTLIGHT that Canadian troops are frequently seen at Fort Drum, located in upstate New York near the St. Lawrence River, which separates the United States from Canada. They train there with soldiers of the U.S. 10th Mountain (Light) Division, which is permanently stationed there and has an urban warfare training center on part of the base.
Several bases in the eastern Canadian maritime provinces, as well as in the Province of Quebec, which is on the verge of seceding from the rest of Canada, have been turned over to the UN for training purposes and, reportedly, for stationing troops. Some Canadians speculate that this is to militarily prevent a Quebec secession effort.
They also note that Fort Drum is strategically located to send troops to intervene in Quebec.
SENT FOR TRAINING
Recently, a full brigade of the 10th Mountain was flown to Fort Polk, Louisiana, reputedly the North American training center for the UN, for nearly two weeks of intensive "advanced readiness" training, which, according to reports, emphasized urban warfare training, including house-to-house searches for belligerents and weapons.
The exercise was a follow-up to the 10th being stationed in Somalia during the so-called mercy mission to feed hundreds of thousands of starving Somalis caught up in a civil war.
The mission was re-directed by the UN command to an effort to disarm militant factions under the command of feuding Somali warlords and included house-to-house raids to seize weapons.
Depot for foreign military vehicle.
Numerous critics of the so-called New World Order contend that Somalia was a training ground for U.S. troops to enforce draconian measures to be taken in America, including the confiscation of firearms, currently being pushed by leftists in Congress and the Clinton Administration.
In any case, while troopers of the Army's elite 10th Mountain Division were undergoing "advanced readiness" training, units of the U.S. Marines have been utilizing a mock village--used for training FBI agents--at Quantico, Va.
The Marines are receiving training in "Operations Other Than War" at the mock village, called "Hogan's Alley," at Quantico.
According to the June issue of Navy Times, the training at Hogan's Alley is being undertaken as part of the Marines' effort to train in urban patrolling, conducting convoy security, counter-ambush techniques, crowd/riot control, dealing with possible snipers, establishing strong points in urban environments, defending from bomb threats and dealing with traumatized civilian populations.
Tactics being taught the Marines include how to properly employ sniper teams in low intensity/urban operations, establishing roadblocks and security check-points, and urban patrolling.
According to Marine Maj. Gen. Anthony C. Zinni, the number of war games, seminars and unit-level training for low intensity and urban operations is increasing, the Navy Times reported.
According to the Times:
"The new training syllabus differs greatly from the traditional military operations and urban terrain exercises--MOUT--where Marines invade cinder-block 'combat towns' firing mortars, rockets, machine guns and more, in an all-out urban assault. No, this training is designed for less intense military operations--as those in Somalia were originally intended to be--and is conducted in streets and neighborhoods of what many would consider Anytown, USA (SPOTLIGHT emphasis)."
SENT TO IRELAND
A team of U.S. Marines was recently sent to Britain to train with Royal Marines who have been involved in urban patrol experiences in Northern Ireland, long ravaged by civil war.
The Times further reported that after the Americans were sent to Britain, Hogan's Alley was selected for Marine training in urban warfare.
"Nestled in the woods adjacent to [the Marines'] Basic School, Hogan's Alley could pass for most small towns in America (SPOTLIGHT emphasis)," a Marine spokesman told the military publication. "There is a bank, a restaurant, a garage, you name it. There are streets and alleys, drugstores and townhouses. And today, thanks to more than 40 Marines who volunteered to play the parts, there are even local 'civilians' to bring the town alive. Put it all together and you have a typical urban environment where Marines may one day be called into action to conduct everything from security operations to peacekeeping initiatives."
Obviously, "Anywhere, USA," does not seem to depict the type of culture or village to be found in a Somalia or Haiti.