'Apocalypse, Man': Michael C. Ruppert--FORBIDDEN KNOWLEDGE-TV

Michael C. Ruppert, son of a CIA family
and former LAPD Narcotics Detective
uncovered a CIA link to the crack epidemic
in 1990s and soon found himself
fired.On November 15, 1996, then Director
of Central Intelligence John Deutch visited
Los Angeles' Locke High School for a town
hall meeting. At the meeting, Ruppert
publicly confronted Deutch, saying that in hi
s experience as an LAPD narcotics officer he h
ad seen evidence of CIA complicity in drug
dealing. The confrontation was handled by
Deutch poorly, resulting in his termination
from the CIA. (I remember watching that
on live TV. it was an amazing showdown).
He went on to publish a very highly-ranked
website, From theWilderness.com and book,
'Crossing the Rubicon', which focused on
'Peak Oil', exposed a lot of government
corruption and discussed the imminent
collapse of the hydrocarbon-based economy
and the Eco-Systems of Earth.
In 2009, his widely-acclaimed but little-seen
film, 'Collapse' was released. It was is an
unrelenting series of angles on Ruppert,
alone, in an unlit room, smoking endless
amounts of cigarettes, as he described,
down to the minutiae, the ways in which
the world was self-destructing, and which
I was lucky enough to see in a classic, old
Los Angeles movie theater, during its limited
run there. (The theater has since been torn
down).

This clip is the first of six by VICE made
about Ruppert, shot late last year in the
days after he'd just settled his affairs in his
home state of California, whereupon, totally
penniless and with nowhere else to go, he
moved in with a friend in beautiful Rocky
Mountains around Crestone, Colorado, with
his dog Rags, admitting that he'd done there
to either "die or commit suicide".

The latter became a fait accomplit, according
to some sources, via a self-inflicted gun shot
wound to the head, shortly after finishing
his weekly radio show on PRN on April 13,
2014.

The details are still emerging as I write this
about the man who cried in the wilderness for
us all - and who is now no longer with us. Michael C. Ruppert, son of a CIA family
and former LAPD Narcotics Detective
uncovered a CIA link to the crack epidemic
in 1990s and soon found himself
fired.

On November 15, 1996, then Director
of Central Intelligence John Deutch visited
Los Angeles' Locke High School for a town
hall meeting. At the meeting, Ruppert
publicly confronted Deutch, saying that in his
experience as an LAPD narcotics officer he
had seen evidence of CIA complicity in drug
dealing. The confrontation was handled by
Deutch poorly, resulting in his termination
from the CIA. (I remember watching that
on live TV. it was an amazing showdown).
He went on to publish a very highly-ranked
website, FromtheWilderness.com and book,
'Crossing the Rubicon', which focused on
'Peak Oil', exposed a lot of government
corruption and discussed the imminent
collapse of the hydrocarbon-based economy,
and the ecosystems of Earth.

In 2009, his widely-acclaimed but little-seen
film, 'Collapse' was released. It was is an
unrelenting series of angles on Ruppert,
alone, in an unlit room, smoking endless
amounts of cigarettes, as he described,
down to the minutiae, the ways in which
the world was self-destructing, and which
I was lucky enough to see in a classic, old
Los Angeles movie theater, during its limited
run there. (The theater has since been torn
down).

This clip is the first of six by VICE made
about Ruppert, shot late last year in the
days after he'd just settled his affairs in his
home state of California, whereupon, totally
penniless and with nowhere else to go, he
moved in with a friend in beautiful Rocky
Mountains around Crestone, Colorado, with
his dog Rags, admitting that he'd gone there
to either "die or commit suicide".
The latter became a fait accomplit, according
to some sources, via a self-inflicted gun shot
wound to the head, shortly after finishing
his weekly radio show on PRN on April 13,
2014.
The details are still emerging as I write this
about the man who cried in the wilderness for
us all - and who is now no longer with us. http://www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/videos/war-on-whistleblowers-journal...

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