So, by all accounts, yesterday took things in an unexpected direction. Guess it shouldn't be shocking to find out The Hanso Foundation's origins include not only the weapons trade in this century, but the SLAVE TRADE in centuries past. I guess old Alvar Hanso comes by his hypocrisy honestly.
But the questions still remain... How is this relevant NOW?
Why is Mittelwerk researching hundred-year-old SHIPPING LANES?
Does all this CONNECT to something greater?
Now, I think it's pretty clear, Mittelwerk likes to keep his hands clean. He's not offering up any answers - or the leverage to get them. So, if there's no dirt to be found on Mittelwerk, how do we proceed? Well...
Enter: Communications Director of The Hanso Foundation, HUGH MCINTYRE. Check out this smug piece of work.
Don't believe a word he says. Hugh's a cheater. Your classic hypocrite, he sits on the boards of all these family organizations, but can't seem to keep his own fly in the locked and upright position.
Now I'm not gonna judge this guy on morals. But I will on the company he keeps. Today, I followed him around the streets of Copenhagen to find out just WHO he's alley-catting with this week. Check out these PHOTOS.
EDIT: photos removed on request of GidgetGirl...
If you're not disturbed, you should be.
I have to hand it to Hugh, he's a smart tactician. I guess THIS is how Mittelwerk knows when to pull a tarp over the mass graves. I guess THIS is how The Hanso Foundation has carte blanche on anything it wants to do in any part of the world... where people have only the GLOBAL WELFARE CONSORTIUM to protect them.
Rachel posted a separate blog entry on the same day before she posted the above entry:
Listen, guys and gals, I have to tell you... for those of you supporting me, offering help, spending your time devoted to cracking this Hanso mystery, even arguing back and forth about WHAT IT ALL MEANS, I can't thank you enough. I'm reading as many of your posts as I can (what with my "day job") - they're giving me the strength to go on with this thing... as scary and lonely as it gets from time to time.
But, because of those few who have chosen the comments thread as a testing ground for your flamer skills - a waste of everyone's time -- I'm gonna have to up the security of the comments page just a bit. If you want to comment, you're gonna have to register a Blogger account. You'll have to be logged in. I hope this helps everyone to have a better dialogue in the coming days...