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RIP To Victor Thorn; Was He, Like Gary Webb and Danny Casolaro, Murdered?

by Jonathan Azaziah

I’m shocked. I’m angry. And I’m saddened. Deeply and truly saddened over the death of author, researcher, activist, fighter and all-around good guy Victor Thorn. I didn’t know the man as well as my dear brother Mark Glenn, but I knew him well enough to call him my friend and I was honored to have worked with him. Victor had interviewed me several times over the last six years, about Iraq, Syria, the “Arab Spring”, Obama, the neocons, and Mossad’s linkage to 9/11, and it was always a pleasure. Unlike many persons in this struggle of ours, what stuck out most to me about the brother was that he was always upbeat. Jovial. Hopeful. Yes, hopeful is the best word. He believed that in spite of all the terror and horror that International Jewry had inflicted on the planet, we, the people, Muslim and Christian, Easterner and Westerner, the United Gentile Resistance Front, were going to prevail in the end. We shared that in common. It is for this reason that I don’t buy the official story even for half a second that Victor Thorn put a bullet in his own head. If it looks, smells and feels like bullshit, then 100 times out of 100, it’s bullshit. And Victor committing suicide, as far as I’m concerned, is just that. Continue reading RIP To Victor Thorn; Was He, Like Gary Webb and Danny Casolaro, Murdered?