After taking a photo of this aircraft, he enlarged it and by 'a twist of fate' exposed a man getting on board. His name was James Clapper - NSA and he
had been here in secrecy for a number of days and no one here other than the PM and Security & Defence Officials knew. What was his mission, that
it had to be done done under the cloak of secrecy?
This is exceptionally murky. We find that James Clapper the Head of NSA, the National Security Agency from the US, flew into NZ secretly, spent time with
our Prime Minister and other Security Officials, but was sprung by photographic evidence and brought to the attention of TV 3's John Campbell
of Campbell Live. This exposé plus others, would eventually lead to Campbell being pushed out of his job and losing his long held occupation, anchoring
a top current affairs program.
The link below is an exceptional job of sleuthing and connecting the dots. Not having a TV myself, I just happened to be in a building, which had a TV
that was playing the best of Campbell Live, in the middle of the day. It was fluke of synchronicity that I saw it, and it gives me grave concerns.
Because, no one ever talked about it and still don't!
What was the real purpose of Clapper’s visit, that 'they' would never have mentioned it, but for the fact that some aircraft enthusiast happened to see the huge US Airforce plane parked at Wellington Airport and photographed it, including photos of the passengers when they reembarked, and one of the passengers was James Clapper, otherwise we would never have known he had even been to NZ!
Why does a person of his standing travel all the way to NZ?
What’s the difference between John Key and a Predator Drone? Trick question, there is no difference, both are controlled by Washington.
Last nights astonishing revelations on Campbell Live prove how true that joke really is. - See more at:
Why does the comatose NZ Main Stream Media not follow this up?
Nothing on Radio NZ’s Morning Report about the story. Nor the Dominion Post or the
Heaps about cricket match-fixing, though.
Answer: Because the journalists all like being invited to all the many government and business functions that are put on - where they eat, drink and be
merry, but never contrary - and they are all actually mates with the status quo.
"You will know them by the fruits they bear."