Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Today's Blind Items - Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler

Have you done a little digging into the rabbit hole that is the owner of the house that burned down south? Did you use something that has special meaning on this 30th anniversary. I encourage you to do that. Everything looks normal when you look at it from the outside. Just that superficial glance on that first page. Just as you would expect a person with that status in town to have. Look more closely though. Look more closely at the object that appears to just be an alma mater and simple biography, but is so much more. It is not the alma mater, but a warehouse of ideas and collections of which he is a leading member. Much like the house itself, I encourage you to click on home and scroll. Keep scrolling. All the way to the bottom. Click on that and let yourself be terrified.

105 comments:

Tricia13 said...
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Tricia13 said...

So it’s Charles Street /Rothschild -someone click and tell me what ya see!

sandybrook said...

Let the good times roll. Probably has nothing to do with Ric Ocasik though.

Jennifer said...

Yes, please tell us or link!

Bennett said...

Today is the 30th anniversary of the world wide web.

Nor Cal said...

I am a little lost. What should I search - Charles Street and the Rothschilds?

sandybrook said...

In 1989 The Grateful Dead did a cover version of Sam Cookes Let The Good Times Roll. That's 30 years. The title of this BI must mean something.

DarylsBigFan said...
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nancer said...

what do the rothschilds have to do with the charles street mansion?? i thought the same family lived in it for generations.

sandybrook said...

And I know it's NOs motto, but we already know the house was there.

jes7o said...

http://www.tulanelink.com/tulanelink/innsofcourt_01a.htm

Nor Cal said...

In Enty’s Podcast on this house he suggested that the Rothschilds were behind all the shenanigans at the house. It was an excellent podcast worth listening to a few times.

:| raven |: said...
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DarylsBigFan said...

Please. I beg of you. Enroll in Journalism 101.

Come back when you can write a cohesive paragraph.

Cary Gaul said...

ZzZzZz...

MDAnderson said...

There is a Robert Downman that owned the house and was once the king of Mardi Gras. No clue on anything else

Unknown said...

https://www.nola.com/homegarden/2011/12/the_montgomery-grace_home_long.html

:| raven |: said...

https://www.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/84sf0d/st_charles_house_of_horrors_allegations/

MSAB09 said...

I'm having trouble finding this one. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Ill report back. Lol

jes7o said...

The house on St Charles that burnt down in a 7 alarm fire is owned by Anne and Bill Grace. If you use the WWW (Happy 30th Birthday) to Google Bill Grace New Orleans, you get a profile that seems like it's from Tulane University? http://www.tulanelink.com/tulanelink/grace_box.htm Scroll to the bottom of that and follow the link to this website: http://www.tulanelink.com/tulanelink/innsofcourt_01a.htm

It's....interesting.

Jennifer said...

http://www.tulanelink.com/mind/interview_04a.htm


??

:| raven |: said...

https://www.crazydaysandnights.net/2017/11/todays-blind-items-st-charles-house-of.html

Vita said...

Tricia and Jennifer-- lol, nice try!!!😂

Im waiting right BEHIND you!😲

s.s. said...

DarylsBigFan

Journo 101 ain't what it used to be .

It is no longer about facts and clarity but about securing funding from

billionaires who tell you which elite boots to lick while attacking

normal hard-working Americans and hating our country...

Sass71 said...

Thank you :| raven |:; I went ahead and subscribed to that subreddit :)

Jennifer said...

On March 15, 1995, New Orleans clinical social worker Valerie B. Wolf and two of her clients, Claudia S. Mullen and Chris deNicola Ebner, were interviewed by Will Snodgrass of station CKLN, 88.1 FM, Toronto, Ontario following their testimony on Mind Control Experimentation on Children to President Clinton's Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments in Washington, D.C. The transcript of that broadcast, as published by CKLN-FM, is reprinted below.

http://www.tulanelink.com/mind/interview_04a.htm

Interview about mind control experiments

molly said...

Rothchildren connection? HMM Could it have something to do with Trump's executive order allowing confiscation of assets from those involved in sex trafficking? Since then, a rothschild has announced they have gotten out of the lending biz and sold off the family compound in GB.Switzerland, known to hide money for the elites, has announced their country should prepare for war......what a tangled web we weave when......

nancer said...

the tinfoil hat club meeting has come to order, i see.

jes7o said...

The sitemap of that Tulanelink website: http://www.tulanelink.com/tulanelink/menudoc_98a.htm

It's.....a lot.

MSAB09 said...

I see on the rothchild web site a like to "modern slavery act statement"

Here's that link.

https://www.rothschildandco.com/en/legal/modern-slavery-statement/

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Nosey Parker said...

@Jes7o Thanks for the link!

When I scroll down I find this -Tulane's CIA-Sponsored Mind Control Experiments Is Another Dirty Little Secret

Killerelitexl said...

http://www.tulanelink.com/tulanelink/grace_box.htm

This is the link that pops up when I try to click on Bill Grace’s law website from the google search.

Apparently he’s made millions as a delinquent tax collector all while ensuring his property is assessed at a SIGNIFICANTLY reduced rate.

AJ said...

Is it the comment boxes at the bottom of the "Site Map" page on that Tulanelink site?

MSAB09 said...

+1

:| raven |: said...

http://www.returnofkings.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/signs-tinfoil-hats.jpg

and thanks Jes7o and Jennifer

Unknown said...

The BI said to click on Home at the bottom of Bill Grace's webpage. The last link on the Home page is this:
http://www.tulanelink.com/mind/interview_04a.htm

crazy

:| raven |: said...

Welcome Sass :)

Melidie said...

CIA and mind control.

http://www.tulanelink.com/mind/CIA2_box.htm

rosie riveter said...

Lol@ enty asking if we've ever gone down a rabbit hole.

Killerelitexl said...

If we are talking about a deep dive and a rabbit hole... What about this... Carl Bernofsky (who runs tulanelink.com) and Tulane Univ as the alma matter. There is some crazy stuff there.

MJ said...

and at the bottom of that page linked by Unknown

" Will Snodgrass:

We're talking about sexual intercourse here, with very young women?

Claudia Mullen:

Yes.

Will Snodgrass:

How young?

Claudia Mullen:

Well, there were children younger than myself, as young as five years old."

is this, Enty?

MJ said...

so, not only" mind control"

:| raven |: said...

@Jennifer

HOLY SHIT!!!

Will Snodgrass:

How young?

Claudia Mullen:

Well, there were children younger than myself, as young as five years old.

Will Snodgrass:

Sexual intercourse?

Claudia Mullen:

Actually, it was anal intercourse until you got to a certain age. Until you got sent out into the field as, you know, an operative — to target these officials and get them on film. The idea being they wouldn't want a child who had been abused over a long period of time. They would want a child who was innocent and pure, and this was your first time. You were taught other ways to please men — anal intercourse, oral sex, everything else.

Jesse the Mind said...

Glad I've got nothing to do at work today.

Nosey Parker said...

Be careful Enty, and pay your taxes!

Bill Cooper (May 6, 1943 – November 5, 2001) RIP :(

MJ said...

i haven't read a lot, but at first glance that Caerl Bernofsky seems to be a GIANT POS

:| raven |: said...

lol Jesse the Mind. right?! shit, i've done NOTHING today except this.

oy vey!

An Edwards said...

Fucking evil. I do not want to know that, let alone read about it.

Flashy Vic said...

I ain't clicking on nothing. I don't want to be Arkancided.

Tricia13 said...

Same here👀But I appreciate everyone who posted links.

Brayson87 said...

As expected, pedos make the perfect puppets. If they behave then feed them their favorite candy, if they try to misbehave, threaten to destroy them with the truth.

TruRes said...

I did a brief dig on this. This woman, and her husband, aresupposedly the owners. I don't know the link Enty refers to though

http://www.myneworleans.com/My-New-Orleans/December-2011/Anne-Grace/

TruRes said...

He's a tax lawyer who enjoys helping out people in high places avoid tax, while enforcing others to do so. Wonder how... http://www.tulanelink.com/tulanelink/grace_box.htm

AkhaldanSolo said...

Laissez les bon temps rouler

In a city that knows how to party, there is no need to depend solely on bar associations for opportunities to engage judges. For example, Tulane's Admiralty Institute and the law firm of Lemle & Kelleher hosted a "gala reception" for attorneys and judges, including many Fifth Circuit judges, at the New Orleans D-Day Museum, at which food and live entertainment were provided [15]. Events such as this underscore the widespread practice by the legal and business communities of maintaining personal relationships with judges through social events. Apparently, passing the champagne across the table is more palatable than passing the buck under it and often just as effective.
From: The Times-Picayune [16].
"...the Academy of New Orleans Trial Lawyers rounded up its constituency for crustaceans [at] the annual "Life's A Beach" seafood dinner at Andrew Jaeger's Restaurant..."
"...it was an occasion for local judges and lawyers to socialize in an informal setting. Also, to savor such seafood as boiled crawfish and fried catfish. A thematic pasta, too. Richard T. Gallagher Jr. was among the organizational forces of the feasting fun that included Judges Robert A. Pitre Jr., Roland L. Belsome, Nadine M. Ramsey, Richard J. Ganucheau, Ethel Simms Jullen, Charles R. Jones, Miriam G. Waltzer, Ginger Berrigan, Carl J. Barbier, Paul A. Bonin, Leon A. Cannizzaro, Adrian G. Duplantier, G. Thomas Porteous Jr., Joan S. Benge, and Stephen J. Windhorst."
[Also present at the "Legal Levity" were Judges Sonja Spears, Terry Alarcon, and Lance Africk.]
Tipping the scales of justice

Dinner for Two is "In"
When U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was seen dining in private with Vice President Dick Cheney at a restaurant on Maryland's Eastern Shore, government watchdogs raised concerns about the appearance of impropriety [17]. At issue was a lawsuit in front of the Supreme Court charging that Cheney and his staff violated open-government rules when they met in secret with energy industry lobbyists prior to drafting the administration's energy policy. Canon 2B of of the judicial code of conduct forbids a judge to allow "social, political or other relationships to influence the judge's judicial conduct or judgment." This canon is regularly ignored. In New Orleans, for example, a judge and an attorney who were close friends and both involved in the litigation that grew out of the disaster when Katrina struck the city, would find much in common to discuss during an excursion to an out-of-state football game.

AkhaldanSolo said...

Working for the Common Good
Judges and lawyers have numerous opportunities to interact at affairs of mutual interest, such as those that are intended to strengthen the impact of their profession on the public. For example, among the notables at the 2009 gala cocktail-reception fundraiser for the newly-formed, non-profit legal advocacy group, Louisiana Appleseed, were Judge Stanwood Duval, Jr. and his wife, Janet, and Calvin Fayard, Jr. and his wife, Francis, and daughter, Caroline, the organization's treasurer [18]. The two friends also meet frequently in court as judge and attorney, respectively.
The Royal Rule
Few public affirmations of "royalty" are as ostentatious as those that are part of the New Orleans Mardi Gras spectacle. In 2002, Chaffe McCall's William Francis Grace Jr. paraded as "His Majesty Rex" with Tulane University's Kathryn Lee Reily as "Queen of Carnival" at his side [19]. While some may dismiss the proceedings of the Mardi Gras "Courts" as merely decadent revelry, they nonetheless convey a powerful political message. In 1998, former chairman of Tulane's Board of Administrators, businessman Robert H. Boh, paraded as Rex, King of Carnival [20]. Between 1912 and 2000, Tulane has claimed 45 Kings and 36 Queens of Carnival, the latter drawn from leading families whose daughters were educated on its Newcomb campus [21]
In the documentary, A House Divided, lawyer Lolis Elie expressed astonishment that the great decisions in New Orleans were made by individuals who did not hold public office.
“It was the people who run Mardi Gras, the people from the Boston and Pickwick Clubs, the bankers, were the people who were really making the decisions for everybody in the city.” [22]
According to Tulane's Southern Institute for Education and Research, "...The business elite of the city comprised members of the wealthy uptown neighborhoods, men who ran the banks, the law firms, the large businesses in the city. These same men participated in the Mardi Gras organizations such as Momus, Proteus, Rex, and Comus. They were members of the Boston Club, the Louisiana Club, and the Pickwick Club. Not a few of the business elite had grandfathers who fought as Confederate soldiers in the Civil War." Harry McCall Jr. (supra) was among those who played decisive roles on the part of the historically racist business elite that opposed desegregation in the 1960's [22].

AkhaldanSolo said...

Morton Inger described the city's business leaders as a closed elite, hostile to outsiders and anti-Semitic — a stagnant, inward-looking group that lacked civic consciousness and displayed more interest in prestige, tradition and family than in economic development [23]. In 1960, Betty Wisdom observed that “New Orleans . . . is one of the few American cities I know of in which the populace is still content with bread and circuses once a year and the aristocracy, having provided the free show, feels no obligation to provide anything further.” [24]
In speaking of the exclusive clubs and carnival "krewes" of New Orleans, J. M. Barry, author of Rising Tide commented:
“[P]erhaps more than any other city in America, New Orleans was run by a cabal of insiders, and everything from politics to the money the jazz musicians made depended upon them. Looking on as if from behind a two-way mirror, these insiders watched and judged and decided. There were layers of insiders, and folds within layers, with position largely defined by Mardi Gras. "Mardi Gras runs New Orleans." said one socialite. "It separates people." . . . A few other organisations, such as the Board of Trustees of Tulane University, indicated even closer proximity to the inside of New Orleans than did club membership.” [25]
Those who think Mardi Gras is not primarily a political event should consider the 2004 report of Tulane President Scott Cowen:
“The Louisiana congressional delegation hosted its annual Mardi Gras celebration in Washington, D.C. this week, and I attended the reception honoring the Washington King of Carnival last night. This annual celebration is a great time to network with decision-makers whose actions can impact Tulane. I also had the chance to meet with several alumni, potential donors as well as legislators on the Hill.” [26]
In 2005, it was revealed that former University of New Orleans Chancellor Gregory O'Brien had used UNO Foundation funds to help sponsor the Washington Mardi Gras, an affair "complete with a Mystic Krewe of Louisiana that blends political networking and partying." According to UNO officials, the annual event fosters contacts with powerful figures about campus needs [27].

http://www.tulanelink.com/tulanelink/innsofcourt_01a.htm

Crash said...

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This doesn't surprise me. I live in New Orleans, and while it has a rich past, it also has its fair share of dirty little secrets. Louisiana politicians uses to be the most corrupt back in the day. Thanks to our former Senators, the NFL is what it is today. They got the votes needed to allow the NFL & AFL to merge and avoid the antitrust laws. Because we were able to secure the votes, the Senators blackmailed the NFL into awarding the city with a new franchise, the Saints. The deal was signed at the Ponchartrain Hotel on November 1st, All Saints Day.

Leslie said...

Question, who had access to the surveillance cameras that were installed after the renovation? It appears the elite's trafficking networks are being hit hard. What comes next can't happen soon enough.

astra worthington said...

All of those abusers should hang. Absolutely fucking disgusting. I have no words for how much I despise pedophiles and there is no hell too terrible for them.

astra worthington said...

Nosey, don’t forget that they killed Michael Collins Piper and Jim Traficant. Among god knows how many others. But yeah yeah we are all tinfoil hat crazies. I’m sure it is much safer to believe that.

astra worthington said...

And definitely much safer to say you believe that. Even if you don’t. Perhaps it is much safer to cultivate that image, so you don’t end up like they did.

Omg said...

I guess Cathy O'Brien isn't so crazy after all. scary stuff

Angela said...

Funny that none of you have bothered to check what was behind Tulanelink. It just takes five minutes.

Tulanelink is a site set up by one Carl Bernofsky, a former professor of biochemistry at Tulane University. Bernofsky's contract was terminated in 1995, when he was 61. The university justified the decision by Bernofsky's inability to secure grant fundings, while evaluations claimed that there were issues with the quality and quantity of his research, his lack of teaching duties and participation with other professors in his department.
Bernofsky sued them in 1997, implying race and age discrimination. He mentioned that the chairman of his department was biased specifically against older Jewish professors.
His charges were dismissed, but Bernofsky filled a motion for a new trial, claiming the judges had connections with the University. And he's been basically asking for recuse of any judge who has dismissed his claims. In 2017, he even made a request to the U.S. Supreme Court to investigate a Federal Judge.

The Tulanelink website more or less asserts that the Tulane University, through its associates (like the guy who owned the house that burned) and alumni, is a very powerful organization in cahoots with the Louisiana justice system, and has basically spent most (I'll address it in the next paragraph) of the last 25 years trying to uncover prejudice against him or evidence Tulane is an horrible place filled with dirty secrets, most of the secrets being based on the radio interview in Canada of a woman who claimed to be a victim of a US government research program from he seventies, that resulted in her spending time as a shock therapy subject in Tulane among other places.

https://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/FSupp/962/895/2311510/
https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/us-supreme-court-dockets-request-of-former-tulane-professor-to-order-investigation-of-federal-judge-300512449.html

I wrote "most of the last 25 years", because Bernofsky is involved in at least one other major legal action, that has its own website, about the Road Home Program not giving him compensation after Katrina. He put up dozens of legal documents, and, once again, allegations of partiality from the judges that handled his case.

http://www.carlbernofsky.com

Angela said...

So, you have a fired Jewish professor, now in his eighties, who has put together a site featuring hundreds of entries, about being the victim of anti-Semitic persecution by his former chairman of department (whose wife was Jewish), while the crooked Tulane University and its sinister network of enablers has managed to thwart so far his legal efforts. Either he's a paranoid lunatic or he's been a victim of a biased legal system for a quarter of century.

And a few of you manage to connect this guy with the lawyer who owned the house that burned and with the Rothschilds, the very incarnation of the international Jewish conspiracy for anti-Semites. Pardon my French, but isn't there some kind of a fucking contradiction?

Check the Tulanelink site. The guy has written something like 200 entries ("boxes") about people with the slightest connection to his case (we're basically reaching "they knew a guy who sneezed once near Tulane" territories), in addition to the dozens of pieces he has written or reproduced over the years.

Now, I'll have a few words with the Entard who's enough of a shitbag to implicate regular people in a bullshit tale about an evil house controlled by the Rothschilds just to save face about the many inconsistencies in his previous stories. As French philosopher Pierre Tehilhard de Chardin once said, « Les cons, ça ose tout. C'est à ça qu'on les reconnaît. »

hunter said...

Hey hey - did somebody say Cathy O'Brien??

I read that book. Twice. It was A LOT but the more I see and read - also read The Franklin CoverUp (read it) and some of the same names were mentioned. Blows the mind.

Brayson87 said...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cathy_O%27Brien_(conspiracy_theorist)

Now that blows the mind ;)

Elfhaus said...

If you are familiar with this line of research, you realize they are talking about a Dr. Greene at Tulane?

Saetia said...

The franklin coverup still gives me nightmares

Overbrook71 said...
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Overbrook71 said...

Beronofsky is a disgruntled ex Tulane employee. What he posted over the years is a bunch of tin foil nonsense. All of it is dated and NONE of it ever went anywhere.

momo said...

I wouldn't touch this with a ten foot pole. NDAs prevent me from commenting.

Tricia13 said...

Thank you ! I read the comments and the content of it is so disturbing. Hard read I can’t imagine

Saetia said...

Shills are in full force. Fuck off

P Rei said...

WHERE IS @SCHNEIDERISNEXT??? Remember they posted some scary insider stuff?

Elphin MacSkye said...

Burn, baby burn.

Mrs Libnish said...

I read the testimony from the radiation hearings. That’s some twisted, sick, evil $hit. I believe every word of it. Just the tip of the iceberg.

Lucky13 said...

@Sass71

Be careful on that subreddit. The mods there are Russian sympathizers, Trump bootlickers and support white supremacists and neo-Nazis.

The mods there also have their own secret hangout on Reddit to discuss which people to harass and ban from their subreddit for "speaking out of line".

Ann said...

I started looking at William F. Grace, Jr. who owns the home that burnt down at 2525 St.Charles Ave. Mr Grace is a managing partner at Chaffe, McCall, Phillips, Toler & Sarpy. The law firm that was retained by Tulane University for civil lawsuits including Mr Bernofsky's lawsuit. Tulane also happens to be both Mr Grace's undergraduate and law school alma mater. I kept going back to Tulane's own website but I can't find anything at the bottom of the page which Enty alluded to in his original post. All roads lead back to Tulane University including the Tulanelink posts. (I almost worked at Tulane fresh out of college but declined their job offer d/t low wages.) It will be interesting if Enty finally coughs up a few more details.

Angela said...

@Ann

A former professor at Tulane was fired (he had no tenure) in 1995. He started legal action, claiming that he was fired due to being Jewish. His claims were rejected, he wanted the verdict to be annulled as he regarded the judges as being partial. After that, he accused the judges who refused to annul the verdict as being partial too, after that, he accused the judges who refused, etc. He's also appealed repeatedly to the US Supreme Court. The guy is very much obsessed.
He's also the owner and the lone contributor to the website against Tulane. He tries to document what he regards as evidence of persecution against him, and he makes everybody who has been on the side of the University conspirators in some secret society aimed at him and at mental manipulation, as he has put together a laundry list of accusations.

Then, due to some misguided referencement by Google or some insane manipulation by Bernofsky, the "website" for the house owner is just his page at Tulanelink. That's the point made by this fucking blind item. When you click on the "website" button for the house owner, it goes to his Tulanelink entry, when you click to the link on that entry, it goes to a series of paranoid accusations against nearly every lawyer in Louisiana, as they're connected with Tulane.

What happened is that the Enty responsible for the few St. Charles Horror House from a few months ago decided to offer a belated conclusion to the popular series by claiming that a famous house that had burned in February was definitely THE house. While every report on the fire shows that it was just a regular old house where a family lived with their dogs.
I (but I wasn't the only one) confronted the Enty with these facts, which show how sloppily he had put together his stories.

Rather than letting sleeping dogs lie, the Enty has decided instead to embrace the most outrageous theories expressed in the comments from Thurday's blind. Someone had found a "link" between the house owner with an extremely demented conspiracy theory, the one by Bernofsky that implies every judge and lawyer in Lousiana is in cahoots with Tulane. The Enty then decided to use the connection and the wrong link proposed by Google as evidence that the house owner is implicated in some sordid things with Tulane, and could well be implicated with the extortion and child molestation.

You know, in layman's terms, there are a few words that describe what this Enty is. He's a coward, but more importantly a real piece of shit. The kind of person who covers his lies by accusing innocent people just because he assumed he could use the story of their burned house as an element of another story and who will double down on the claims later to save face. And that's who the readers here putting their faith into. Some sham who makes up stories, using themes people love such as pedophiles and conspiracies, just to keep them happy. If someone who has nothing to do with it is insulted or hurt in the process, this Enty doesn't give a fuck.

Jan 15 said...

The child abuse and MKUltra. There is lots of stuff on the Internet on it, and books have been written, etc.. I've been following it lightly for years. It is difficult because it seems like there is chatter about it, but it seems to stay on the conspiracy theory level. Does anyone have strong solid information it, that is not at the conspiracy theory level? The children involved are now seniors. Closure would be nice.

Erin said...

Corruption is the name of the game there - like Chicago, but worse! All of us from the South know it is an awesome place to visit, the regular folks there are the kindest you will ever meet, and lots of us have kinfolk (including me) and great friends that live there, but the govt? Read about good old Huey Long and how he got stuff done.

Scandi Sanskrit said...

I’m actually shocked. I always thought it was much older than that.

I love how it’s on March 12, tho. Hm. 🖤

Scandi Sanskrit said...

Me neither. I wouldn’t mind looking at a screenshot tho. 🔍

Madam Housecat said...

“A heat alarm in the basement of the 10,000 square foot home at 2525 St. Charles Ave. sounded about 7 a.m. Feb. 20, awakening Billy Grace, Anne’s husband of almost 40 years. He started down the home’s sweeping staircase to investigate when the alarm stopped ringing.

Billy Grace paused, listened hard, looked for signs of trouble, then — hearing and seeing nothing suspicious — started back upstairs. Maybe the alarm has simply malfunctioned, he considered.

“A few minutes later, I was looking out of a window and saw wisps of smoke coming from the basement," he said. "So, I went downstairs a second time and opened the basement door.
"All I could see was flames. Had the heat alarm gone off in the middle of the night and then stopped, I probably would have gone back to sleep. We are so lucky to all be alive.

”NOFD Superintendent Michael McConnell said the fire appeared to start in the home’s basement and spread quickly to the second floor. According to NOFD, yellow smoke was seen coming from the basement, indicating the possibility of chlorine being involved.
The homeowner told NOFD personnel that chlorine and other pool products were stored in the basement, confirming the NOFD’s suspicions. This prompted the evacuation of all fire operations personnel from the basement and first floor as other firefighters attempted to get ahead of the fire on the second and third floors.”
The house has been in this man’s wife’s family for generations, not his. He is a very wealthy, experienced, well connected southern lawyer, “specializing in the field of Litigation, Products Liability, State and Local Taxation Law”. The news article hints at a defective alarm system..$$$...The chlorine in the basement where the fire started prevented the firemen from being able to stay in the area most needed to put out the fire, enabling it to spread quickly. The article stated there were 80+ firemen at the site. It’s also interesting that the front facade of the house remains fairly intact, while the rest of the house is burnt to a crisp. Would that work in their favor to get funding for rebuilding this historical site?
Lots of scary stuff on that Tulanelink website. Someone went to a lot of trouble to put all of that together in one place. A couple of years ago I would not have believed it, but now I think I do.

Jennacheryl said...

https://www.voat.co/v/pizzagate/3090684

I clicked on some link and it took me here.

That being said anyone actually using New Orleans of being dirty (politically) or LA doesn't surprise me. I had a friend who was / is a top rated accountant who litterly quit his job twice (same company, they offered him more to come back) because he had to do the financial auditing of NO multiple times and would always find MAJOR discrepancies within the first 15 minutes or so. After he quit the third time he went with a different company. He was threatened and his now wife was threatened. Yep I will visit but that place is dirty evil.

Bonby Haud said...

Fun fact: the fire started in the basement, I read. Louisiana homes, especially New Orleans homes, cannot have basements. For a person to arrange a basement to be built, they would have to pay exorbitant sums, and furthermore, this basement would've had to have been added on later in it's life, so the price is twice as expensive. The house was originally built in 1865, and they could not have possibly installed a basement by then.

Teachermom said...

Actually many homes in New Orleans (older ones) have what is called a “raised basement”. This is what they probably refer to as the basement.

A dumb idiot said...

https://www.theadvocate.com/new_orleans/news/crime_police/article_d99ceb94-356b-11e9-ba44-f3b3c23f4c01.html

http://midcitymessenger.com/2018/01/09/advertiser-carrollton-boosters-set-to-open-spring-soccer-season/

Renee 123 said...

Dr Green is Joseph menegel

Thot Crimes said...

@angela - How long was the lone blogger blogging about NXIVM before some of the truth started coming into the light? I'm reminded of the NXIVM shills being all over that hero with implications, inferences, insults and threats, in a much similar manner as you are doing here.

Plenty of people try to speak truth to power without any success. That this is "nothing new," as you're very fond of saying, doesn't change the facts. A lie is still a lie no matter how many people believe it. The truth is still the truth no matter how people don't believe it.

Shilling 101 is "attacking the source," and most people here can see what you're doing when you're doing it and which subjects you're magically an expert in and just happened to have prepared some research that always comes to the same conclusion: "Nothing to see here, old news, move along - and Enty is an asshole)."

At least you seem to enjoy yourself.

Thot Crimes said...

...and your overbrook71 "yeah, what he said." alt. Seriously consider some new tactics.

AbbyRock said...
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AbbyRock said...

Homes in New Orleans do have basements. We live farther south than NOLA and my husband's grandparents had a basement. The ceilings tend to be low- like maybe 7 feet and as teachermom pointed out, the basement is raised as the rest of the house.

Ichabod's_Mom said...

This is the last picture in a series of 60:
https://www.nola.com/news/2019/02/fire-reported-at-st-charles-avenue-house-nofd-confirms.html
An aerial view: https://www.theadvocate.com/new_orleans/multimedia/photos/collection_a3ca3b58-3632-11e9-b7d0-1fbb3d152df4.html#5
Inside the home before it burned: https://www.theadvocate.com/new_orleans/multimedia/photos/collection_a3ca3b58-3632-11e9-b7d0-1fbb3d152df4.html#5

346NYC said...


Someone commented above about Dr. Greene.
YES, Dr. Green became the new identity for Joseph Mengele
when all of the Nazis were brought to the USA after WWII.
The world thought the Nazis lost the war :)
Nah, they won, and they won big.
The Bush Family and all of their well-known cohorts did their very best to make sure

Nosey Parker said...

The Montgomery-Grace family history starts at the Charles St. house when it was purchased by Robert Downman in 1906. Downman was REX in 1907.

Entys post adds Tulane into the mix if our research is right, and I found something interesting that links to that year...

An academic honorary fraternity, “The Skull and Bones Society,” was established in secret at Tulane by Harry Everett Nelson and four of his classmates in October 1907, but the existence of the society was not made known until Mr. Nelson was in his senior year in the autumn of 1911. Nelson’s handwritten description of “The Skull and Bones Society” simply states that “one man from each class 1907-1908-1909-1910 had been selected, and their identity would be kept secret until the tenth anniversary of the establishment of the organization would take place.” As a matter of the record, the identity of the other members of The Skull and Bones Society has never been revealed and only that of Dr. Harry Nelson is known. http://tmedweb.tulane.edu/clubs/aoa/history/the-skull-and-bones-society/ Unfortunately, this website tells a different story about the start of Skull and Bones at Tulane, but the year still times to Downman buying the house and becoming REX... The Skull and Bones Society was established in secret at Tulane University in New Orleans in October 1907. Dr. Isadore Dyer was one of the founding members. Dr. Isadore Dyer was a graduate of Yale University and was a member of the Berzellus secret society at Yale. This Brezellus secret society is a sister Yale member of Chapter 322-Skull and Bones-the Brotherhood of Death. https://tekgnostics.blogspot.com/2010/02/mardi-gras-and-illuminati.html

AbbyRock said...

Nosey Parker, funny you should mention that Dyer came from Yale. Many people think that Mardi Gras was started by the French in LA. While there was a French a French celebration, the bacchanalian Mardi Gras as we know it was started by a group of Américains from Uptown who founded The Mystic Krewe of Comus. The Creoles (white people of mixed French and Spanish ancestry) had little or nothing to do with it. In fact, the Creoles wanted nothing to do with the upstart Uptowners and vice versa. It was the Americains and their descendants who became the rulers of NOLA. The rest of the state hated them.

It's one of the reasons people loved Huey Long. He was not a member of that good old boy's club. It's also a reason that Long was assassinated. He took away some of their power and they were not going to stand for that.

Angela said...

@Thot Crimes

Your reasoning makes little sense. Just because on one scandal there was just a lone blogger who covered it for months doesn't make it a rule. If anything, as I'm the voice of dissent in front of a nearly unanimous crowd who takes this blinds at face value, that would make ME the brave person who speaks the truth. See the contradiction in your own logic? No, then fuck off.

Enty spread a conspiracy theory about a child molestation ring cum blackmail industry in an "horror house" in New Orleans. He tries a reveal to put a final chapter in his popular saga, and overlooks that he's basically throwing the people who lived there, and who are at least in their sixties, under a bus, as they're now targets for mentally unstable people.
But he's too much of a sham to assume his errors, and manages (probably through a comment from last week's blind) to find a dubious connection with a totally different conspiracy theory, set up by Carl Bernofsky, a professor fired from the Tulane University, holding a grudge against them for two decades.

The two conspiracies have nothing in common, they just fulfill your needs for bullshit explanation and scapegoating.. People are now pretty sure that the Rotschilds were behind the criminal activities in the house, with some of them adding that Dr. Greene is Mengele, while Bernofsky blames his firing on anti-Semitism. People are also connecting the "mind control experiments" with the Clintons, while even Bernofsky's piece was that the experiments took place in the seventies, and that Bill Clinton was actually the one who set up an advisory committee in the nineties about radiation experiments, which allowed Wolf to share her memories.

There's a ton of inconsistencies, that can be resolved very easily with just two hypotheses:

- Enty has been lying to you. He made this lurid story about the creepiest house in the whole history of mankind, a campfire story made to frighten gullible little kids who enjoy being shocked. Then, he saw an opportunity, because a celebrated house burned in N.O. and made the news, to write a final chapter in the saga that was going stale otherwise.

- Carl Bernofsky is a delusional former professor who makes every negative event in his life the result of a conspiracy against him, and who collects every name he can find as allies to the Tulane University.

By the way, Tulane alumni include Newt Gingrich, Andrew Breitbart, Jim Garrison and Jerry Springer. Find them a role in that story...

wisperch said...

I’m not saying corruption is unknown in the N.O. legal, judiciary and business circles. I’m not saying child abuse, molestation, pedophilia, drug abuse, etc. don’t go on in N.O. But I will say that this story is a load of crap.

AkhaldanSolo said...

The New Orleans Jewish Community Center where Maxine Perry worked was only blocks from Tulane University, Dr. Heath and Dr. Greene. They were all uptown on St. Charles Street. Perry recalls that he had to see a doctor every Tuesday for allergy shots. I can only speculate that he was being seen at **Tulane**, and it wasn’t for allergies.

https://mindcontrolblackassassins.com/tag/tulane-university/

Juicy J and The King: Smollett's Are An Clinton Era MkUltra Family Helping Shape The Cultural "Empire" - Yoichi Shimatsu Makes a Pizza
https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/3083263

AkhaldanSolo said...

346NYC said...

Someone commented above about Dr. Greene.

TYLER PERRY, MULTIPLE MIGGS, PSYCHO & THE WHORE OF BABYLON
https://mindcontrolblackassassins.com/2010/04/14/tyler-perry-multiple-miggs-psycho-the-whore-of-babylon/

It appears that the CIA had funded a large scale ongoing children trauma based mind control operation in New Orleans revolving around Tulane University involving some of the most infamous CIA mind benders, Dr. Robert G. Heath of Tulane University, Dr. Stephen Aldrich, Morris “Morse” Allen, Dr. Ewen Cameron, Dr. Robert A. Cleghorn, Dr. John Gittinger, Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, Dr. James Alexander Hamilton, Dr. Martin T. Orne, Dr Otto Menninger, Col. George White, and Jewish Dr. Luther Wilson Greene.[24]



AkhaldanSolo said...

Oh just shut the fuck up Angela

Renee 123 said...

@Asolo. Thank you for the links. I stand corrected. Dr Greene wasn’t Menegele but was a Jewish inmate who worked under him & enjoyed watching the sick “experiments”. Now I’m off to sign up for Voat

Thot Crimes said...

@Angela - You miss-typed "voice of Warner" as "voice of dissent" so I stopped reading after that, but I'm sure the tl/dr version of your post is: "enty sucks" and the rest of are fools for believing even a single word. Amirite?

The blinds you shill against, are the important ones. And again, your continued presence here gives you away.

lol. "voice of dissent."

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