1 return to updates kurt cobain .. well, you know the rest by Miles Mathis First published October 14, 2015. As usual, this is just my opinion, being my personal reading of the story given to us by the mainstream. I wasn't even going to do cobain , despite many requests to do so: I just didn't think he was important enough. Then I tripped across a bit of evidence no one else seemed to be talking about, so I thought I. would put in my two cents. I just took a quick look at the suicide note, and I noticed it had CAPT.
2 Larry Khan near the bottom, next to cobain 's little signature. I found that curious for many reasons, not the least of which that CAPT was obviously written by a different person than the person who had written Larry Khan. Why was it all caps, for one thing? Also curious was that those words weren't on the original note. They were apparently added later (or removed later). CBS recently published photos of the death scene, and those words cannot be seen on the original note. I assume many have thought those were words added by the police, and that maybe this Capt.
3 Larry Khan was an officer. However, it would be odd for the police to mark up a suicide note in that way, for obvious reasons. So that was not my assumption. My assumption was that someone was leaving us a clue here. With that in mind, I googled on Larry Khan, and got a nibble. No, more than a nibble, a Jaws-size chomp. I was taken to this bio of Kramer , which may have the distinction of being the most compact nest of red flags I have ever tripped over. Kramer is the pseudonym of Stephen Bonner, son of renowned recording industry publicist Joey Bonner and brother of Larry Khan, then Senior Vice President of Promotion at Jive Records (RCA) and now (since 2013) in the same position at Interscope Records.
4 This is curious for many reasons, including 1) kurt cobain 's label was DGC, which stands for David Geffen Company. Interscope is also an imprint of Geffen. Geffen has come up over and over in my recent papers, perhaps most memorably in my paper on John Lennon. 2) You will remember who was the parent company of RCA in the 1980's: General Electric. We are told GE sold RCA records to Bertelsmann, but that just means German Intelligence took it over from US. Intelligence. Or that is my reading. You probably already know that GE has long been in bed with Intelligence the link originally being defense contracts and I think if you study Bertelsmann, you will find the same bed partners.
5 To get you started, notice that Bertelsmann is run by the Mohn family. Reinhard Mohn started the current incarnation of Bertelsmann in what year? 1947, year one of the CIA. Besides owning BMG, he owns many US publishers, including Bantam, Random House, Doubleday, Knopf, Everyman's Library, Pantheon, Penguin, and Book-of-the-Month Club.* 3). Interscope was the label of Tupac Shakur, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and the others of Death Row. It is also the label of Madonna, Eminem, and U2. All these artists were manufactured by Intelligence in my opinion and Tupac's death was faked just like cobain 's, and for the same reason: to cash out on these projects in the greatest way possible.
6 It is known that deaths create the biggest scandals and biggest stories, which then sell the most products. So, with all that in mind, you may ask yourself why Larry Khan's name is on kurt cobain 's suicide note. The long answer is more interesting than the short, so we will take the long way home. To do this, we just return to Kramer's bio. Kramer, born to a Jewish mother in New York, admits he got his start at the Creative Music Studio in Woodstock under Karl Berger. This studio was founded in 1971 by Berger, Ingrid Sertso and Ornette Coleman.
7 From my limited research, a majority of its musicians appear to be Jewish. Not only is CMS mainly Jewish, the entire music scene in Woodstock has been founded and funded by Jews, and this is admitted on Jewish websites. The Woodstock festival was held on the farm of Max Yasgur, who was Jewish. The greater area around Woodstock is called the Borscht Belt, due to Jewish settlement in Sullivan County back to 1900. Woodstock was the brainchild of promoters Joel Rosenman and John Roberts, both Jewish.
8 Roberts was heir to the Block drug fortune. No one has tripped over that, it seems. Block was a large pharmaceutical company, and still is. It was bought by GlaxoSmithKline in 2001, but still exists in New York City as Block Drugs. That picture is from 2012. So do you still think it is a coincidence these guys were pushing drugs on the hippies? No, they must have had their hand in that pie somehow, and Block Drugs gives us an indication of how. Michael Lang, who had been the promoter of the Miami Pop Festival in 1968, was also involved, as was Artie Kornfeld, vice president at Capitol Records.
9 They were also both Jewish. Kornfeld became VP at Capitol at age 24. Supposedly the son of a policeman, you might ask how he managed that. Obviously, there is something we aren't being told. Anyway, back to the Creative Music Studio. Its advisory board included Buckminster Fuller, John Cage, George Russell, and Gunther Schuller. Red flags all over the place there. Let's start with Cage. Cage's mom worked for the Los Angeles Times. His dad's bio is scrubbed, but he probably worked for the Navy. We are told he designed submarines, so who else would he be working for?
10 Although now famous as an avant garde musician, Cage never seriously studied music in his youth. He went to Pomona College, where he studied writing and theology. He dropped out and dabbled in art and poetry, but was not enthusiastic even about writing until he read Whitman's Leaves of Grass. We now know what to think of that. It is just another clue he had already been recruited by Intelligence. We are told he returned to the US from Paris in 1931, where he began making his living lecturing on art in Santa Monica.