Alex Jones and C.I.A.
The following data points lead to the logical and plausible conclusion that Alex Jones and his entire family are C.I.A. agents or assets:
Data Point #1 – Alex Jones admitted on his radio show on Jun 10, 2014 that his father and other family members worked for the C.I.A. during the 1980’s. Alex Jones also admitted on the Opie & Anthony radio show on April 17, 2013 that there are many C.I.A. agents in his extended family:
Alex Jones Admits his Father and Family Worked for the C.I.A.
“Yeah, there’s all sorts of weird experiments going on and just stuff that’s off the chart. And, and, and it’s industrial level. I’m not bragging when I say that when, in the 80’s – because late 80’s – my mom and dad had multiple discussions – and my dad would say, ‘Let’s talk about it privately,’ and stuff like that, with my mom, so I never even heard all of it, and he won’t talk about it today – where the C.I.A. tried to hire him – because I had some family that, what, did stuff for the C.I.A. – to be inducted in Maryland into literal, below ground bases for a four-year secret tour. And they were hiring other top dentists that were pioneering implants. My dad pioneered implants and would, you know, taught it at, at, at medical school and all that, and it was literally, they just said, ‘It’s cybernetics; it’s highly advanced,’ and he was, and, and, and it was, and it was, four hundred thousand dollars a year – way more money than he was making then, and he owned dental offices. And he said, ‘No.’ Because my dad did, did work, at the medical school. He, he was, he was someone who would do medical procedures on high level C.I.A. people. They would come into him and then, they would not allow deadening, they would have people there watching while he did procedures on people, just because they can’t be put under – that was back during the Cold War. And, and so my dad did do that. He’ll probably get mad I’m even telling this. But, the whole point is, is that, what that guy was talking about, I mean, it’s reportedly really bad what’s going on now. I mean, you name it, island of doctor Moreaux level stuff, ladies and gentleman. And, it, it, it’s just, it’s just, from what I’ve been told by high level people – not my dad, he was just, went and interviewed, and was told about it and, um – uh, it’s just, it’s, it’s just, it’s just, we’re not in Kansas is what I’m trying to tell people.”
Alex Jones Admits he has Family Connections to the C.I.A.
“Let me tell you about a story. I grew up in Dallas, Texas with my family. Let me just tell you something. I grew up in Dallas, Texas with my family doing things like, uh, helping take in East German defectors. Okay. Whenever I go to a family reunion, half the people in the room are former or retired C.I.A. And do you know what they tell me? They tell me I’m dead on, a hundred percent absolutely right.”
Data Point #2 – Verna Grayce Chao is a member of Alex Jones’ extended family, on his mother’s side. She is the daughter of William Forrest Hamman, who is the brother of Alex Jones’ mother Carol Gretchen Hamman. Verna Grayce Chao has a brother named Buckley S. Hamman, who is employed as a producer and reporter for Infowars, Alex Jones’ media corporation. Alex Jones interviewed Buckley Hamman live on his radio show on August 8, 2014, during which Alex Jones introduced Buckley Hamman as his cousin and stated that he helped create Infowars 19 years ago:
Guatemalan Reveals Worlds Deadliest Job
Published on Aug 8, 2014 – Alex Jones invites Buckley Hamman into the studio to break down what living in Guatemala is like and what bringing that culture to the United States will do.
“So we’re gonna talk to, uh, Buckley Hamman, my cousin, who helped start Infowars 19 years ago, and now has come back to the team in the last year. He’s here with us. That’s coming up in a few minutes.”
Chicago’s Full Scale Invasion Of Privacy
Published on Sep 9, 2014 – Infowars Producer Buckley Hamman delves into Chicago’s installation of meta data collecting light poles and sculptures that will scoop up “Big Data” along the corridor of downtown Chicago.
Here is Buckley S. Hamman’s LinkedIn page:
Here is the obituary of William Forrest “Biff” Hamman, the father of Verna Grayce Chao and Buckley S. Hamman who died on January 3, 2014. It is extremely likely that William Hamman was a C.I.A. agent operating in Guatemala during the 1980’s. During Buckley Hamman’s interview with Alex Jones on August 8, 2014, Buckley Hamman stated that the Guatemalan Govt. accused his father William Hamman of being a C.I.A. operative and that the Guatemalan Govt. subsequently confiscated his father’s HAM radio equipment because it suspected that his father was utilizing the HAM radio equipment for his covert C.I.A. activities.
William Forrest “Biff” Hamman, 68, of Oakwood, passed away January 3, 2014 in Tyler, Texas. Graveside services will be 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, January 8, 2014 at the Greenwood Cemetery in Teague. Biff was born July 25, 1945 in Dallas, Texas to Clyde William and Bennie Grayce Pope Hamman. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from LSU, while also setting track records. He furthered his education by receiving a PHD in Latin American History from the University of Guatemala. He proudly served in the U. S. Army during the Vietnam War as a helicopter pilot. Biff married the love of his life, Lilian R. Cowart on December 9, 1970 in Fort Hood, Texas. He was a ham radio operator for many years, K50F0. He was an avid bicyclist and loved the outdoors. Biff managed a hunting lodge, enjoyed making stained glass, tending to beehives and vineyards. He was, presently, Ranch Manager for Jones Brothers Ranch. While he was a busy man, nothing was more important to him than his family and spending time with them. He was preceded in death by his father and son, Peter Hamman. Biff is survived his wife, Lilian Hamman; children, Buckley S. Hamman of Chicago, IL, Verna Grayce Chao (Peter) of Hermosa Beach, CA and Hester Blair Hamman of Brooklyn, NY; grandchildren, Honore and Alexander Chao; mother, Bennie G. Hamman; sister, Carol Hamman Jones (David) of Austin; nephew, Alexander Jones and niece, Marleigh Jones.
Here is the obituary of Peter Carlton Hamman, the brother of Verna Grayce Chao and Buckley S. Hamman who died on December 2, 2013:
Peter Carlton Hamman, 35, of Oakwood, passed away December 2, 2013 at his home. Graveside services will be 11:00 a.m., at Greenwood Cemetery in Teague, Texas. Peter was born December 18, 1977 in Guatemala City, Guatemala to William F. and Lilian R. Cowart Hamman. He was a wonderful, loving son and brother with an outgoing personality. Peter is survived by his loving parents, William and Lilian Hamman of Oakwood; brother, Buckley S. Hamman of Chicago, IL; and sisters, Verna Grayce Chao of Hermosa Beach, CA and Hester Blair Hamman of Brooklyn, NY.
Here are two YouTube videos featuring Hester Blair Hamman, the sister of Verna Grayce Chao and Buckley S. Hamman:
Hester Hamman & Darren Walde with FilmStar Motion Picture Film Scanner at NAB 2011
Operation 365 – Jefferson Jay – Archives – 334 Hester Hamman 1-26-2009
Data Point #3 – Verna Grayce Chao is/has been employed by Dell and IBM, two corporations that are private contractors for the C.I.A. and NSA. Verna was employed by IBM for ten years (from August, 2000 to April, 2010) and has been employed by Dell for the past six years (from April, 2010 to the present). One of Verna Grayce Chao’s job titles/descriptions while employed at Dell is very similar to Edward Snowden’s job title/description when he was employed by Dell as a C.I.A. and NSA contractor from 2009 to 2013:
Snowden downloaded NSA secrets while working for Dell, Sources Say
In 2009, Snowden began work as a contractor for Dell, which manages computer systems for multiple government agencies. Assigned to an NSA facility at Yokota Air Base near Tokyo, Snowden instructed top officials and military officers on how to defend their networks from Chinese hackers. During his four years with Dell, he rose from supervising NSA computer system upgrades to working as what his résumé termed a “cyberstrategist” and an “expert in cyber counterintelligence” at several U.S. locations. In 2011, he returned to Maryland, where he spent a year as lead technologist on Dell’s CIA account. In that capacity, he was consulted by the chiefs of the CIA’s technical branches, including the agency’s chief information officer and its chief technology officer. U.S. officials and other sources familiar with the investigation said Snowden began downloading documents describing the government’s electronic spying programs while working for Dell in April 2012. Investigators estimated that of the 50,000 to 200,000 documents Snowden gave to Greenwald and Poitras, most were copied by Snowden while working at Dell.
March 2012, Dell reassigned Snowden to Hawaii as lead technologist for the NSA’s information-sharing office. At the time of his departure from the United States in May 2013, he had been employed for 15 months inside the NSA’s Hawaii regional operations center, which focuses on the electronic monitoring of China and North Korea, the last three of which were with consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton. While intelligence officials have described his position there as a “system administrator,” Snowden has said he was an “infrastructure analyst,” which meant that his job was to look for new ways to break into Internet and telephone traffic around the world. On March 15, 2013—three days after what he later called his “breaking point” of “seeing the Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, directly lie under oath to Congress”—Snowden quit his job at Dell.
Snowden subsequently told Wired that while at Dell in 2011, “I would sit down with the CIO of the CIA, the CTO of the CIA, the chiefs of all the technical branches. They would tell me their hardest technology problems, and it was my job to come up with a way to fix them.”
The Snowden Saga: A Shadowland of Secrets and Light
His earlier online comments suggest frustration at losing his dream career. In any event, he wasn’t unemployed for long. As far back as his early teens, he had been intrigued by the idea of living in Japan. In early 2009 he got the chance, accepting a job with Dell in Tokyo. In addition to making computers, Dell managed computer systems for hundreds of corporations and more than a few government agencies. In Japan, Snowden worked at the Yokota Air Base, outside Tokyo, where he instructed top officials and military officers on how to defend their networks from Chinese hackers. There he also designed a highly sophisticated data backup system called EPICSHELTER. It used an advanced technology to place a shield around every N.S.A. site in the world, ensuring that the N.S.A. would be able to recover information from any of its locations, even if that site were completely destroyed in the event of war or another calamity. The N.S.A., in fact, was one of Dell’s most important and secretive clients.
Snowden wasn’t employed directly by the N.S.A.—he worked for its contractors, first Dell and then Booz Allen Hamilton. Like IBM, Boeing, Raytheon, and others, they receive multi-billion-dollar government contracts to provide everything an agency could need, from security guards and maintenance staff to satellites and supercomputers.
Certainly Snowden saw himself as a highly principled individual, especially with regard to those faults he found in the U.S. intelligence community. His feelings appear only to have grown stronger while working for Dell in Japan.
In the summer of 2010, Dell promoted him to focus on clients other than the N.S.A., and he was eventually transferred back to Maryland, where he led a team of experts in designing cloud-computing platforms and supercomputers for breaking passwords.
Back in the U.S., Snowden was assigned a new job at Dell, as a high-level systems administrator—or “sysadmin”—at an N.S.A. facility in Hawaii.
By Wednesday, May 15, Snowden had almost all of his documents ready. Even today, investigators are not sure how many, or exactly which ones, he took. They say that he had access to an astounding 1.7 million documents, and they estimate he eventually gave Greenwald and Poitras 50,000 to 200,000, most of which he had gotten while at Dell.
Data Point #4 – The following are links to Verna Grayce Chao’s professional and social networking profiles, as well as various articles and presentations that mention her in some capacity:
Chao, Verna Grayce
Director, Healthcare and Life Sciences Marketing
Hermosa Beah, CA
IBM GIO Deep Dive: Security and Society – PowerPoint Presentation
Worms and Trojans and Snorts—Oh My! Perspectives on Dell’s 1-5-10 Security Discussion
Verna Grace Chao, director, Dell global security solutions, kicked off the session by asking us for our favorite security terms. The sheer magnitude of cyber-security issues and risks quickly bubbled up as people reeled off terms such as honeypot, snort, worms, hijack, Trojan, trampoline, phishing and ransomwear and more. I couldn’t help but think how difficult it is for business decision-makers to understand what all these terms mean, let alone stay ahead of threats and safeguard corporate information.
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Global Marketing and Strategy Executive, Dell
Verna Grayce Chao is a marketing and business development executive with over 15 years of experience developing and commercializing new business opportunities and establishing strategic global partnerships across information technology, health care, and IT security in developed and emerging markets.
About Verna Grayce Chao
Verna Grayce Chao is a marketing and business development executive with 15 years of experience developing and commercializing new business opportunities and establishing strategic global partnerships across information technology, health care, life sciences, and aerospace in developed and emerging markets. Verna Grayce is currently responsible for setting Dell’s global marketing strategy in healthcare and Life Sciences industries. Prior to joining Dell, she spent 10 years at IBM in various marketing, sales, strategy and global innovation roles. Verna Grayce has also held marketing leadership roles in aerospace and Internet start-up firms. Verna Grayce holds a BA from Boston University and an MBA from The University of Chicago, Booth School of Business. She was born in Dallas, Texas, grew up in Guatemala City, and now lives with her husband and daughter in Hermosa Beach, California.
IBM GIO Podcast Makocha Minds
CHAO: Hello and welcome to the Global Innovation Outlook Podcast Series where IBM demonstrates the innovative value of collaboration. My name is Verna Grayce Chao, and today we’ll be talking about IBM’s Makocha Minds Mentorship Program with one of the program’s mentor and protege pairs. [Rick Boivie], an IBM Distinguished Engineer, and [Dennis Muchiri] who is in his fourth year of studies at the University of Nairobi, School of Computing and Informatics. Welcome to you both and thank you for joining for us today.
For These Fans, a Day With Buffett Offers Wealth of Photo Opportunities
Investor Yuks It Up at Student Lunches; Life Lessons Plus Bunny-Ear Poses
Mr. Buffett’s photo antics date back to at least 2005, when Verna Grayce Chao and her University of Chicago classmates posed with Mr. Buffett next to his car on their way to lunch. He pulled out his wallet and pretended to hand it to the group. “It was totally spontaneous,” says Ms. Chao, now 35 years old and a director of marketing in Dell Inc.’s health-care and life-sciences business. She has the photo in an album at home. If she had another photo op with Mr. Buffett now, Ms Chao might choose the traditional “bunny-ears” shot. “It would be the quintessential Christmas card,” she says.