2nd Wikileaks Computer Programmer, James Dolan, Commits Suicide

Wikileaks genius programer, James Dolan, Co-Creator of SecureDrop, Dead at 36: driven to despair after he was unable to escape being ‘eliminated’ by the Real Rulers (no jobs for him). The screenshot above shows clearly zero mainstream fake news organizations are reporting this suicide right now.  They might in the future, as a warning to all whistleblowers and troublemakers.  The elites have long memories and will quietly isolate anyone who defies them and most people can’t take this.  I am not famous because of their ire which is OK with me!  I want results, not fame.  The brave young people who have enabled us to see what is going on behind the Iron Curtain of the Bilderberg gang took on severe risks doing this including threats of prison time.  My heart goes out to them!


First deployed as StrongBox with The New Yorker, organizations such as the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Associated Press, and Gizmodo Media Group have all come to rely on SecureDrop—which allows highly secure communication between journalists and sources in possession of sensitive information or documents. As an industry tool, it has become invaluable for reporters.


Dolan joined the Freedom of the Press Foundation to maintain SecureDrop after co-creator Aaron Swartz took his life in 2013 at age 26, as pressure mounted in a federal investigation against him that many felt was overzealous.


Let’s see, who was President back then….OBAMA!  Indeed.  Snarf.  Seriously, Mr. Peace Prize, himself.  The hero of the left.  The god of democracy for Democrats.  Who was running the State Department back then?  HAHAHA.  Hillary.


Hillary, Obama and their husband, Clinton all have to eventually pass through the Gates of Death.  There dwell the Watchers who See everything and love to interrogate new prisoners to their lovely Realm.  I fear them greatly and try to conduct my life carefully so I don’t have too many irritating issues.


But top power people imagine there is no accounting for their past deeds at the Gates of Death.  This is foolish.  Many religions are built around this business, mostly offering ‘get out of interrogation by the Watchers for a tidy sum of money’ scams run by ‘religions.’


These are futile.


This suicide reminds me of another suicide: Gary Webb.I knew Gary.  We chatted on the phone and online.  When he began being persecuted by the CIA, he increased his calls to me and I grew increasingly alarmed about all this and begged him to come to my mountain where he could at least be safe.  He insisted on staying in California, a place that, like Florida and DC, seethes with CIA agents.

Revealing CIA actions in Central America was a huge dangerous operation and the Bilderberg gang moved heaven and earth to deny his information about  Dark Alliance, the CIA Contra drug scheme in Central America.


Webb was found dead in his Carmichael home on December 10, 2004, with two gunshot wounds to the head. His death was ruled a suicide by the Sacramento County coroner’s office.[68] After a local paper reported that he had died from multiple gunshots, the coroner’s office received so many calls asking about Webb’s death that Sacramento County Coroner Robert Lyons issued a statement confirming Webb had committed suicide.[69]


When asked by local reporters about the possibility of two gunshots being a suicide, Lyons replied: “It’s unusual in a suicide case to have two shots, but it has been done in the past, and it is in fact a distinct possibility.” News coverage noted that there were widespread rumors on the Internet at the time that Webb had been killed as retribution for his ‘Dark Alliance’ series, published eight years before, but Webb’s ex-wife Susan Bell told reporters that she believed Webb had committed suicide.[69]


“The way he was acting it would be hard for me to believe it was anything but suicide,” she said. According to Bell, Webb had been unhappy for some time over his inability to get a job at another major newspaper. He had sold his house the week before his death because he was unable to afford the mortgage.[citation needed]


He was devastated about losing daily access to his daughter.  He wasn’t ‘unhappy’ he was furious that he could no longer find any work.  He was on the down escalator.  He knew I and my husband (and child) lived in a tent complex for ten years while suing NY state for injuries to my husband (we won) and I warned him that the CIA never lets anyone go when they irritate the CIA but he could at least survive if he come to my mountain.


He wanted to keep on trying and trying in California.  Why?  He said, ‘Your place is too cold’ and I believe him, this month, we were mostly below zero up here!  But being temporarily cold is better than eternally cold.


Fighting the CIA is highly dangerous.  The level of malice and hubris there is miles high and as deep as the deep blue seas.  They depend on utter secrecy.  Wikileaks infuriates the CIA greatly.  But we have this double sword issue: the media owners who are founding members or new members of the Bilderberg gang, have to scare the public or demonize anyone who defies them yet they are scared about people learning how individual humans can kneecap CIA operations via revealing the simple truth.

Kill The Messenger (Full Documentary) – YouTube

Oh, do they hate this!  (17) Kill The Messenger (Full Documentary) is a film made by French filmakers which is all about similar CIA operations and whistleblowers.  Note how You Tube has warnings about this video.  Sheesh.  ColinFlaherty (@colinflaherty) | Twitter is a pesky reporter who is being chased out of modern media systems after being recently banned at You Tube.



Pesky reporters irritate the Rulers greatly.  Young, brave people who spy on our spies are hated very greatly.  One has to pay the price for prying into the Bilderberg brain systems.  Anyone daring this has to be ready to live in the Shadowlands, that odd place where you are not ever allowed on TV or in the news or whatever, but online we all live and this is why our Rulers are attacking us online now, desperate to destroy what they created in order to stop citizens from discussing stuff online.


The internet is dead in Germany, for example, post the wrong pictures or words and you go to prison and a bunch of East German Statsi agents will interrogate you at night so all activity in Germany has ceased, online.  What a hell hole.  Grrr.  I went to Google to see what Wikileaks has to say about today’s suicide and this is the ‘news’:

They are working as hard as possible to get Assange to ‘suicide’.  He has guts, I must say.  They have thrown everything at him.  But will he finally break?  He does struggle, hope rose when it looked like his ordeal would end…it will NEVER end.  The CIA and the Deep State operatives want him dead, preferably ‘suicide.’


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26 responses to “2nd Wikileaks Computer Programmer, James Dolan, Commits Suicide

  1. Google spying on everyone on the planet and persecuting people.

  2. Lou

    1–yes, But I am able to avoid google, for now.

  3. Melponeme_k

    Absolutely ANYONE can be turned into a suicide hoax or a “Unibomber” type by the elite. And everyone will believe those lies. Why? Because of the little black box they think tells them the truth.

    And the elites honestly believe that they will just get slaps on the wrist in the afterlife. Simply because they don’t hold the smoking guns but get other fools to do it.

  4. You can’t fool the Watchers which are inside all of us. Think of the brain as this tape recorder: it records everything even stuff the human wants to lie about or cover up.

  5. timothy carroll

    @#1 – Black male tells it like it is. Long rant but worth hearing, imo.


  6. Christian W

    And another win for the Swamp.

  7. lyrac

    Thank you, Elaine, for another one of your stellar pieces. I’d be interested in knowing more about your understanding of the Watchers. It would seem to me that most human beings understand the difference between good and evil, and after death–when all the wrapping has been torn away– the conscience confronts itself. May I encourage you to write something of this. For I think one of the reasons for the fathomless corruption of modern politics is the materialistic belief that “this is all there is,” and there is no afterlife.
    The way I put it is this: when man stopped believing in Hell, he started to create it on earth.

  8. the 5 contemplations – a buddhist view

    you cannot escape

    separation from those people and things you love
    reaping the consequences of your good and evil actions

  9. Lou

    off topic, I found this,

    Seattle. The price of a case of Gatorade, usually $15.99 at Costco, now costs $26.33 due to Seattle’s new 1.75 cent tax per oz on sweet drinks.

    The tax is said to be earmarked to provide poor people fresh fruit. $400K will go to buy the fruit while 1.6M will go towards administrative costs. What will those wacky liberal democrats think of next?

  10. Oguy

    “But top power people imagine there is no accounting for their past deeds at the Gates of Death. This is foolish. Many religions are built around this business, mostly offering ‘get out of interrogation by the Watchers for a tidy sum of money’ scams run by ‘religions.’”

    And if not money, then believing in the correct dogma, following the one true faith revealed by GoshAlmighty Himself to his chosen prophet, or maybe just being a member of the right tribe or team and engaging in whatever customs and rituals define that group.

    We humans love imagining how much we control things, including whatever happens once our bodies breathe their last. And we’ve certainly invented some elaborate ways of figuratively sacrificing chickens to compel blessings from the gods of life and death.

  11. Ken

    Lyrac @ 7

    It is interesting that you equate earthly misdeeds with a lack of belief in an afterlife where one will be accountable for one’s deeds. There does seem to be a widespread belief in this. Christianity,Islam, Buddism, even ancient Egypt and ancient Rome and Greece.

    However, some of my Jewish friends have told me that Jews do not believe in an afterlife. What we see is all there is. I am interested in hearing from other’s on this blog whether this is also what their Jewish friends have told them.

    Assuming for the moment that this is true, I wonder if this could account for the disproportionate percentage of Jews involved in various forms of corruption and white collar crime. Most of my Jewish friends are wonderful people, but it is hard not to notice that that Jews are also disproportionately represented in various forms of bad behavior.

  12. lyrac

    Thanks, Ken. This is an interesting question. I don’t know if “belief in an afterlife” translates per se into more ethical behavior. But I do think that one of the few consolations available to oppressed people suffering from the insouciant behavior of elites, is the belief that these people will meet their Maker and encounter justice in the end. Removing that hope leaves a terrible sense of futility in the soul. Even if afterlife justice is a fiction, some fictions are essential–perhaps more essential than “facts.”

  13. Oguy

    Ken — #11

    I’ve known quite a few Jews during my life, some as close friends, some as casual acquaintances and co-workers, etc. I didn’t know a single one among them who really followed Judaism as a religion, except maybe very loosely, having undergone the Bar/Bat Mitzvah ceremony, and celebrating the major holidays with a family meal or perhaps a visit to the local temple, etc. However, I observed these as being social customs rather than anything of a deeply spiritual nature– similar to the way many other people would celebrate Thanksgiving or Christmas if they’re not particularly religious.

    I recognize that there is a cadre of Jews in high places which has been up to no good, but the Jews I’ve known (a couple of stinkers excluded) didn’t resemble those members of their larger ethnic tribe at all, and were/are human beings in the true sense of the word, whom I was fond of, whom I respected, and whose company I’ve enjoyed.

    Their orientation regarding an afterlife and related matters ranged from generally secular/materialistic to very much aware of a larger, more encompassing reality than what our physical senses perceive and our mental faculty can comprehend. Within this latter group, I’d say they were generally more attuned towards a generally Eastern perspective (Buddhism, Vedanta, etc.) than towards a Western one. Whether that attraction tended to be purely innate or also influenced by cultural/historical factors isn’t one that I can answer conclusively, and probably varied by individual.

    All said, I suspect that there is probably at least a minor correlation between a secular, materialistic perspective on human life and a “what’s in it for me” attitude that serves the appetites of a self experienced as needing to dominate “others” in a zero-sum game of opportunity determined by hard limits in space and time. But I also suspect that this correlation is probably something of a chicken-and-egg phenomenon, where a constricted set of motives generates a constricted sense of self, and vice-versa. Still, there are plenty of counterexamples, where “religious” people behave poorly and secular materialists turn out to be decent and honorable human beings. So what do I really know after all?

  14. Ken

    Oguy @ 13

    You raise a good point. A lot (way too many) outwardly pious people do horrific things. If they are truly believers in their professed relirgions, and believe that there is an accounting in an afterlife, then their behaviour is all the more puzzeling.

  15. Ken

    Timothy @ 5

    You link to an interesting blog regarding a possible explanation for the collapse of marriage as a western institution. I have also noticed the same phenomenon. There are nine “millennials” in my family. Only one of them has gotten married. The rest have no plans to marry. None of their friends intend to marry.

    I always presumed that the fault should be placed on my generation. We have made a mess of marriage, and have set a very bad example.

    However, the blog that you link to makes the argument that marriage is being systematically destroyed as part of a larger, hidden conspiracy. I’m not much of a conspiracy believer. However, I can readily believe that good intentions have gone awry, and that “liberals” in the name of helping people have destroyed countless lives, and society in general.

    The old saying that “the road to hell is paved with good intentions” has been proven true over and over.

  16. Oguy

    # 15 — Ken:

    I agree with your assessment, except I think you’re being too harsh on your own generation as a poor role model. There were plenty of bad marriages in the preceding generation, however the participants were under greater social pressure to endure those marriages silently, while hurling abuses at each other in privacy … not to mention the treatment of children in some of those marriages.

    About the overall effect of liberalism … sure, there are more than a few stridently self-righteous liberals who want to force their viewpoint down everyone’s throat, but there are also (in my estimation) a greater number of liberals who are well-intentioned. I too am a supporter of the “liberal” virtues, but see them as most stably and enduringly realized when they’re the icing on the cake, and not the foundation of a society or culture. Liberal policies without the counterbalance of a more conservative foundation are a recipe for decay, good intentions notwithstanding. Of course even the most ideal balance will always lead to some amount of tension between the liberal and conservative factions of any society, not all of which is creative … but which is still far better than the alternative.

  17. lyrac

    Re: religion and bad behavior. Of course religious people can do horrible things. Religion is not an exemption from the human race, and the human race often does horrible things. But I would argue that the horror of bad things committed under atheism or ideologies is worse than the horrors committed under religion. Statistically this is certainly true. Religion is an antidote against human egotism. But an antidote over-used can itself become a poison.

  18. I met the creatures I call ‘Watchers’ when I was only 5 years old and briefly, dead. I was hit by a lightning bolt (and have been hit several times since, Thor can’t leave me alone) and they were startled to see me appear in their Realm which is the Gates of Death.

    There ensued this discussion about whether I was dead or alive. I called for help (Pegasus is a lightning god) and Pegasus flew in and I got ahold of His mane and he jerked me out of there again.

    Due to two later repeat encounters, the Watchers and I got to know each other pretty good, they all assume one of these lightning events will eventually work.

    Sigh. No human would wish to meet them this way, it is highly unpleasant.

    On the other hand, they do visit during dreams and this is how I learn of future events. They are strictly interested in death events, nothing else.

  19. I knew Pegasus because I was born at Yerkes Observatory (not in a hospital!) and the main entrance (my grandfather worked there 50 years before I was born) has this lovely mosaic which includes a picture of Pegasus with stars showing the constellation and I used to play on the Pegasus mosaic when I was still crawling about (our beloved mom took us everywhere with her).

  20. Melponeme_k


    I find it interesting that the spook community is purposely structuring the outer world into a series of symbols, tones and colors. They are purposely CHANGING this vast subconscious of the human race. It seems to me they want to push this COMPUTER like interface on us while they hide the god avatars for themselves.

    What will that do to us?

    Personally when I think of that world, I think of it as the land of Faerie and Myth. That is how I visualize it and dream of it. The being I’ve mostly dreamed about is Poseidon.

    Whatever they are, these beings are real. And yes they desire our interest.

  21. Melponeme_k


    That video was so scrubbed clean, you would think that Parsons was a saint led astray.

  22. ziff

    Elaines NDE , others report different or similar experience , subject is contaminated for religious purposes Seems confined to the deep brain , God is in the atom it seems , which makes him/it small and big and everywhere, as we were told as children.

  23. Oguy

    # 23 –ziff.

    I don’t see why different people wouldn’t have different experiences at the threshold of death– I think it extends a foot or two in each direction and has a saloon door in the middle– just as they do in life.

    “Deep Brain” could also be viewed as the physical analogue or bodily interface of a locus of awareness that isn’t atomic/molecular in its architecture, and which can function independently of the cellular matrix in which it’s temporarily embedded.

    Regarding things that are contaminated for religious or political purposes– like smelly cheeses, they’re the tastiest 🙂

  24. ziff

    Oguy , ionce while sleeping had a ”dream” where i felt entirely disconnected from my body, it was very pleasant , above the darkness there was a circular view of a pleasant landscape with mountains and fields. a tibetan looking guy leaned out and extended his hand down to me. i have no doubt that this occured within the confines of my peanut brain, and the image came from this world not some other.

  25. Blissex

    Well, I am not surprised: in this far-right era in which USA presidents boast, because it wins them votes, of running a vast network of latin-american style kidnap, torture and assassination squads with taxpayers money, and have weekly meetings to approve lists of “untermench” as targets, that dissenters get onto no-job blacklists is no surprise; they are the equivalent of the no-fly blacklist of the TSA.

    Given that there is always an alternative employee, employers subscribe to these blacklists and simply refuse any applications from anybody mentioned on them, even if just because they have the same name. They don#t even need to ask why the name appears on the blacklist, they can just skip over one more name of the hundreds that apply for a vacancy. And once someone ends up on a blacklist, even if by mistake, why should they ever be taken off it? Whoever takes them off it takes a responsibility to do it, and given that these blacklists are secret, everybody who has been blacklisted don’t even know why all their applications are ignored.

    In the past such blacklists existed but at most had 1-2 dozen “top” names on them because they had to be distributed on paper, and did not necessarily reach everybody. Currently all it takes is a national database on the web that HR application processing systems check.

    But the voting citizens only care about house prices, and if someone gets blacklisted, too bad for them.

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