This is a complicated diary. If you read it, please expect to take some extra time. There's a ton of evidence: the accident, identifying and finding the other driver, analyzing slanders, a forgery, and then dealing with a cover-up scheme that is reminiscent of the 1970s Watergate scandal.
The story begins in 1968 with Mitt Romney causing a head-on collision at Beaulac, France. He failed to accommodate obstructed vision and drove head-on into a Left Turn lane.
Mrs. Leola Anderson was killed and several others were injured. The next morning Mitt Romney lied to a reporter about who was responsible. A cover-up conspiracy ensued that unfolded with three distinct phases. Mitt Romney has been depicted over the years as a blameless victim in the accident while he and his supporters shift blame to a Catholic priest.
Big time professional media have been spoofed. The authorized biography by Michael Kranish and Scott Helman titled "The Real Romney" is polluted with intentional disinformation. Serialization of this book in the Boston Globe became a propaganda tool, freeing up Mr. Romney to run for President of the United States.
We have evidence in hand of Internet burglary and phony web pages. Several of these actions involve felonies. Romney's supporters resemble nothing more than Richard Nixon's CREEP, apart from the money laundering, and their Watergate burglars.
In any case, first off, here is the actual driver of the other car: Bishop Jean Vilnet in the Bazas, France hospital:
Romney's slanders depict this man, Bishop Vilnet, as a "drunk priest." Fraudulent representations have depicted him as "Albert Marie." Romney and his crew have stated repeatedly that this Catholic priest was speeding on a "mountain road" at "120 kph" and "swerving" out of his lane to hit Romney and kill Mrs. Anderson.
In fact, the bishop was driving two women home after Sunday Mass.
Romney's story has continued for decades among Mormon missionaries in France as hateful anti-Catholic propaganda.
Mitt Romney believes that he can lie with impunity. He sees himself as "One Mighty and Strong," the hero of Joseph Smith's "White Horse Prophecy," and destined to lie and bully his way to the presidency. As you will be able to see from the evidence, presented below le chignon d'orange, there is not a stitch of truth to what Romney says.
Immediately after the 1968 accident, Mitt Romney recruited a small group of other missionaries to help him put the blame over on the other driver. He was under severe pressure as his father, George Romney, was running for president. Also, the woman who was killed, Leola Anderson, was his boss's wife. Here is a picture of the two of them from 1968:
As you can see, there is little resemblance between this Mr. H. Duane Anderson and Bishop Vilnet. No one would confuse the two men.
Yet when a set of photographs surfaced from Andre Salarnier in Bordeaux, depicting the accident victims and the cars, Romney's current Team Lying crew made sure that Mchael Kranish was led to believe that the Vilnet pic was Duane Anderson. That is how the Vilnet pic is labeled at the boston.com site.
Mr. Salarnier spoke with Bishop Vilnet in the Bazas hospital. Both men recalled that meeting in 2012. And neither man knew that Mitt Romney had set about blaming the bishop for his own bad driving.
(There are also pics of Mitt Romney is his hospital bed. One of the several details of Romney's tale is that he was "in a coma for two days" and then in his biography for "a three day coma" and on his campaign web site "a concussion." But the pics do not depict an Intensive Care Unit or any other medical apparatus that would indicate that Romney was a coma patient or had suffered a serious head injury. Mrs. Leola Anderson's obituary states clearly that he suffered "a minor head injury." We know that Mitt Romney was visited by the American Ambassador, Sargent Shriver, at request from Mitt's father, George Romney. We do not have pics of that meeting.)
Lying and Joseph Smith's "White Horse Prophecy"
Joseph Smith considered the White Horse of his prophecy -- borrowed over from the Book of Revelation, Chapter 6 -- to be an allegorical figure. Yet he gives it power and an existence in the human world. He gives it a magical power, as a spell or a charm.
"White Horse," as re-conjured by Prophet Smith, is a magical protection for lies.
-- Smith identifies lying severally and throughout his works and sermons to be the most powerful weapon for gaining earthly political power.
-- In practice, Smith's "White Horse" functions as a protection for public lies -- specifically, lies that are constructed to achieve advancement outside of the Church.
-- Smith also calls on his followers to become the followers of this Rider. To become an embodiment of the White Horse.
What should be of concern for Christians, literal-belief Christians all the more, is seeing a politician come along who believes these things. Who sees Smith's misreading of The Revelation as his personal destiny:
Verse 2: And I saw, and behold a white horse: and he that sat on him had a bow; and a crown was given unto him: and he went forth conquering, and to conquer.This man will change any position. He lies with no moral distress. He will say almost anything. He is emulating the Christian Anti-Christ, the one who gets 42 months to lay waste to the earth, and he does not know it.
Mitt Romney has never read the Christian Bible.
A few days back a summary of Occupy Security MMOG's research on the Romney's 1968 accident was made available at the catholic.com web site. The scheme protected Mitt Romney by deploying a dishonest, thoroughly anti-Catholic slandered of Catholic clergy and claiming that the Roman Catholic Church had protected this priest from prosecution.
The posting at catholic.com worked like a "honey pot" in database and web site systems, attracting criminal "bees" to show what they were up to at the web site.
Yes, criminal. As illegal in their acts as Nixon's CREEP thugs and the Segretti dirty Tricks crews and the Watergate burglars.
First off, the "bees" got in and all trace of the posting was deleted from catholic.com. Even the "vilnet" tag was deleted.
Then, shortly after, a fake web page appeared at a Shanghai web server and it's hit-count was bumped up to give the fake page a high Google-search display priority. The interesting part of the content on this page is a rebuttal section from "Dale_M Forum Elder" that focuses on supporting elements of the Team Lying dysinformation stream:
"Forum Elder" is not a Catholic title. That has been added to the web site.
This section of text never appeared at catholic.com. The page forges a misrepresentation of catholic.com content.
So... what we have is Internet burglary at the catholic.com web site, followed by forgery that copies the logos and look-and-feel of catholic.com.
Welcome to the Watergate mentality.
Romney's lie about the car wreck in France are protected by criminal conspiracy. We're forty-four years out from the accident and it's still desperate craziness. All this is done by paid Dirty Tricksters, similar to the Watergate burglars, paid to support the Mittster's slander conspiracy. The crimes bridge wide mail frauds, France, England in their press, the United States, and China.
Occupy Security was able to ask around and find out where the cars collided. Mrs. Anderson is remembered despite that no one knew her. She had come to rural France from so very far away. Bishop Jean Vilnet became rather famous, for a quiet priest, serving as president of the French Council of Bishops. He did many good things. The crash site is in the middle of the three lanes of N524 Le Grande Route, right in front of the Beaulac post office:
Here is a surface image with the new (post-1968) traffic separators:
Imagine the truck back 100 meters, blocking the 21-year old Mr. Romney's vision. With the southbound Left Turn lane wide open, he steered for what he thought was his own lane.
Caution in any measure would have saved Mrs. Anderson's life.
There were no concrete traffic separators in 1968 so slowing down just a little bit would have allowed Mr. Romney to pull back to the right and avoid the Mercedes. He ignored white painted lines and went ahead.
The collision, itself, was not a high-speed car-smashing catastrophe. If she had had a seat belt available for use, Mrs. Anderson would have survived. Unfortunately, she was the sixth person in that five-passenger capacity Citroen DS.
There is not all that much damage to these cars. The Citroen DS would have been going approximately 60 kph. The Mercedes less than 30 kph, maybe even stopped.
We have photos of these Citroen DSes after highway speed crashes. There is not much left.
If the Mercedes had been going "120 kph" or anything close to it, we would not be discussing Mr. Romney in 2012.
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The earlier posting has images for the WHOIS registration data for catholic.com and the web page with the fakery.
Several comments recommended rewriting for clarification. That diary spends time and space on the spoofing evidence. Obviously the catholic.com web site in El Cajon, CA is not a spoofing operation in Shanghai, China.
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Similarly, we do not have to accept criminal acts. Internet burglary is a felony and setting up fake web pages gets out to illegal campaigning if there is a connection to Romney or to his campaign staff.
Deal with Democrats and you're dealing with politicians. Deal with Republicans and it's crooks.
Let's try a simple Thought Experiment using a mark-up for a Mitt Romney tax return:
Look at the "Label" section. It has an address. Mitt and Ann Romney's address.
Under penalty of perjury they declare the following:
-- Their address on the date for which this Form 1040 is filed.
You can move during a year. You can move several times. But for the date of the Form 1040, you can only use one state.
That restricts use of local tax exemptions. And you are only allowed to have one state driver's license at a time.
-- But Mitt and Ann Romney took $54,000 a year in local tax exemptions in Utah and similar advantages in Massachusetts. He said recently that the Utah house was in Ann's name -- which fails completely if she listed Massachusetts on her Form 1040.
-- But Mitt voted in Massachusetts. Which fails as a violation of election law if he declared Utah on his Form 1040.
-- But Mitt ran for Governor of Massachusetts in 2002. Which fails the Massachusetts Constitution residence requirement if he filed in Utah in 1999 or 2000 or 2001 on his Form 1040. (Plus his several perjuries in that case before the Massachusetts Ballot Law Commission.)
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Mitt Romney killed Leola Anderson. Not Bishop Jean Vilnet. Not the imaginary and much reported "Albert Marie."
Mitt Romney has supported his lie for decades. Possibly the tale has been useful as a motivation for missionaries in wine-drinking Catholic France. He was retelling the tale as recently as 2007 in multiple interviews and in 2009 with attenuation of the wilder claims.
That complex lie is the single longest-running project of Mitt Romney's life. He cannot stop it.
Along with hiding his tax returns, keeping Catholics from thinking too much about Leola Anderson and Bishop Vilnet is a tough problem.
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Rachel Maddow has picked up on Mitt Romney and Ann Romney's problems with their legal addresses for the period 1999 through 2002. Several diaries appeared here at dailykos. She and her crew at MSNBC have more and higher qulaity research resources than the Poor OccSec (mostly retiree) MMOG hands who dug out what these address declarations imply legally.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Also, several more web pages have disappeared from their original servers, magically to reappear elsewhere out of legal range of U.S. DoJ and with large hit-counts to up their statuses with the search engines. Republicans are professional criminals, mostly, at the top.
You can read The Revelation in a half-hour max. It's poetry.
There is the inevitable The Book of Revelation App.
And the paperback: http://www.amazon.com/...
Smith goes wack-job and makes the Anti-Christ into his conquering hero. Officially and uniquely for Smith's words, LDS rejects "White Horse Prophecy" from its doctrine. Snippets do appear in "Doctrine and Covenants."
Mitt Romney was nicknamed "One Mighty and Strong" at BYU after coming back from France. He had survive the automobile accident. He was rich. His father had made as strong run for the presidency. He was also one helluva liar.
If you want to see where this White Horse Prophecy operates as cult magic, you can research it in connection with television personality Glenn Beck. We're not going to do that for you. It's too crazy.
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