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California is a large state on the Pacific coast of the USA. If California were a sovereign nation, it would rank as the world's fifth largest economy and has been at this place for many years.[1]


The LA Times reports that California produced at least 13.5 million pounds of marijuana in 2017, but consumed only 2.5 million pounds.[2]

California Fires

Full article: California Fires

The 2018 wildfire season was the deadliest and most destructive wildfire season in California history at the time.

Deep state

Full article: Bohemian Grove

The Bohemian Grove is a 2,700-acre virgin redwood grove in Northern California, 75 miles north of San Francisco, which is a deep state milieu.

Morongo Reservation

Full article: Morongo Reservation

The Morongo Reservation or Cabazon reservation is an Indian reservation located in Riverside County, California. The CIA and its front company the Wackenhut Corporation have been accused of using the Cabazon reservation for drug running, arms production and the development of a compromised version of the Inslaw PROMIS surveillance computer program, and of murdering people to cover up these activities.



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Kamala Harris“For years, R. Scott Moxley, an indefatigable alt-weekly reporter, has covered police and prosecutorial misconduct for OC Weekly, a beat that never left him short for material, and that absolutely exploded in 2014, when Harris was attorney general. As he summarized it, “Sheriff’s deputies had spent years running unconstitutional jailhouse scams against pretrial inmates to secretly secure prosecutorial victories at trials. In return, prosecutors under then–District Attorney Tony Rackauckas looked the other way when deputies hid, doctored or destroyed exculpatory evidence from defendants; repeatedly committed perjury; and disobeyed lawfully issued court orders. Tens of thousands of pages of records inside the Orange County Superior Court, as well as at the California Court of Appeal, prove beyond a reasonable doubt each element of what became known nationally as the jailhouse-informant scandal.” For example, Harris’ investigators incredibly obeyed Orange County Sheriff’s Department commands not to audio record certain statements from accused deputies. More telling, however, is the fact that the alleged investigation long ago landed in bureaucratic oblivion. Though Goethals and the California Court of Appeal officially announced disgust with OCSD perjury years ago, the AG’s office—first under Harris and now with Xavier Becerra—hasn’t held anyone accountable after a probe that so far has lasted more than 1,411 days.”Kamala Harris
Conor Friedersdorf/ The Intercept
Kamala Harris“On June 6, 1998, police were summoned to a bar in the San Fernando Valley where a fight had broken out. The Los Angeles Police Department officers Michael Rex and Thomas Townsend rolled into the parking lot and turned on their floodlights. They later testified that they saw Daniel Larsen, then 30, pull a long, thin object from his waistband and throw it under a vehicle; that they ordered everyone in the parking lot to get down on their knees; that they retrieved a double-edged knife with a weighted handle from beneath a car; and that they arrested Larsen, who was convicted of felony possession of a deadly weapon during a jury trial, despite protesting his innocence. Larsen had two prior felonies and was sentenced to 28 years to life. A federal court later found, though, in the words of the California Innocence Project which went to bat on Larsen’s behalf, that he was “innocent, the police officers who testified at his trial were not credible, and his trial attorney was constitutionally ineffective for failing to call witnesses on his behalf.” On June 14, 2010, Larsen was still in prison, but the state was ordered to either retry him within 90 days or to release him. Harris, who was elected attorney general that year, could have chosen to free the man who had already served more than a decade in prison for possessing a knife that almost certainly wasn’t his. Under her leadership, the attorney general’s office instead filed an appeal attempting to block his release because he hadn’t filed his claim for relief in a timely manner. It sought to keep a man in prison on procedural grounds, despite strong evidence of innocence. But here’s the thing: before Larsen was released, the California Attorney General appeal the judge’s ruling, arguing that even if Larsen was innocent of the crime, he shouldn’t be released and his conviction shouldn’t be overturned because he had waited too long to file his paperwork. That’s right: the California AG was okay with an innocent man spending his life in prison, his entire life behind bars, over a freaking technicality.”Kamala Harris
Conor Friedersdorf/Deconstructed The Intercept
Kamala Harris“In 2010, the crime lab run by the San Francisco Police Department was rocked by a scandal when one of its three technicians was caught taking evidence––cocaine––home from work, raising the prospect of unreliable analysis and testimony in many hundreds of drug cases. It was later discovered that, even prior to the scandal, an assistant district attorney had emailed Harris’ deputy at the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office complaining that the technician was “increasingly UNDEPENDABLE for testimony.”

But even after the technician was caught taking home cocaine, neither Harris nor anyone in her office notified defense attorneys in cases in which she had examined evidence. “A review of the case, based on court records and interviews with key players, presents a portrait of Harris scrambling to manage a crisis that her staff saw coming but for which she was unprepared,” The Washington Post reported in March. “It also shows how Harris, after six years as district attorney, had failed to put in place written guidelines for ensuring that defendants were informed about potentially tainted evidence and testimony that could lead to unfair convictions.”

In fact, her office initially blamed the San Francisco police for failing to tell defense attorneys about the matter. A judge was incredulous, telling one of the assistant district attorneys, “But it is the district attorney's office affirmative obligation. It's not the police department who has the affirmative obligation. It's the district attorney. That's who the courts look to. That's who the community looks to, to make sure all of that information constitutionally required is provided to the defense.””
Kamala Harris
Conor Friedersdorf/Deconstructed - The Intercept
Bob Wieckowski“The police power of the state...has absolute authority to force that person (even adults) to get the vaccination...We undervalue our power–the state police power. If we believe that children are being harmed, we go into this domain of family rights, which are not absolute, and my question is: maybe we are not going far enough?”Bob Wieckowski
Bob Wieckowski (California State Senator)



2018 California FiresAt the time the deadliest and most destructive wildfire season ever recorded in California.
McMartin PreschoolThe day care scandal that started the so-called "satanic panic" of the 80s. Covered up.
RFK/AssassinationThe assassination of Robert Kennedy, who had resolved to bring to track down and prosecute the killers of him brother, JFK, once he had himself become president.
San Bernardino shootingUS mass shooting in 2015, soon after the similar spree of mass murder in Paris
The Collapse of Europe ConferenceAn openly Islamophobic conference in California, that may have been designed to promote Islamophobia in Europe as part of the "War On Terror".


Groups Headquartered Here

AMD1969Officially the competitor to Intel, but as deeply embedded in the NATSEC apparatus.
AlphabetParent company of Google.
Apple1 April 1976A tech company, in a corrupt duopoly with Microsoft, its effective social engineering of children during the 2010s and 2000s and its adaption of youth culture made it the most valuable company in the world. PRISM-member. Throws activists or anyone not a WEF-member of their platform in geopolitical dilemmas. Fashion industry and wage slavery promoter.
BechtelLargest construction and civil engineering company in the US and the 9th-largest privately owned American company in 2016
Claremont McKenna College
ClimateWorks2008Large funder of projects intended to steer public opinion and take control over all government policy under the pretext of fighting climate change. Part of "a blob" of similar very wealthy interconnected foundations with opaque structures. Backers include Bill Gates and Michael Bloomberg.
DisneyHuge mass media corporation.
Facebook4 February 2004The world's most popular social network, with over 1,000,000,000 users in 2014.
General Atomics1955Part of the military-industrial complex, much more than nuclear.
Gilead Sciences1987a pharma company with deep state connections
Golden Gate University1901YMCA roots; Courses in law, business, taxation, and accounting.
GoogleGlobal Internet/Skynet conglomerate
Hamilton Trading Group
Harvey Mudd College1955Private college in Claremont, California, focused on science and engineering.
Intel1968Biggest US Tech company, its owner warned its main products would become a casus belli for WW3.
Kaiser Family Foundation4 December 1948Big Pharma front conducting market research for drug roll-outs.
Lincoln SavingsAn infamous part of the multi-billion dollar Savings and loan fraud.
Lockheed"Nobody is doing a better job of arming the world than Lockheed-Martin"
Loma Linda UniversityUniversity run by the Seventh-day Adventists. Influential center for religiously motivated veganism research.
Los Angeles TimesContinues to be complicit in covering up the truth about the JFK/Assassination.
Merritt College1954Public community college in Oakland, California.
Pacifica Foundation1946A progressive media foundation, generally anti-war, but also close to official narratives.
Palantir Technologies2004
PayPal1998Online payment website
Pepperdine University1937Private university in California wit deep state ties
RAND14 May 1948The RAND Corporation is an influential US think-tank with extremely close links to the US military and the corporate sector. It emerged out of the alliance between big business and the state during the Second World War and played an important role in developing Cold War strategy. Today it conducts research into many areas of public policy but has a strong focus on security and international relations.
Romero Institute1998
SRI International
Sacramento City College1916A public community college in Sacramento, California.
San Diego State University1897University in San Diego, California
San Jose State University1957One of the leading suppliers of alumni to Silicon Valley technology firms.
Santa Clara University1851Private Jesuit university in Santa Clara, California.
ScientologyMay 1952Religion/Sect known for its hardball tactics against critics.
Stanford University1843
Substack2017Online platform that provides publishing, payment, analytics, and design infrastructure to support subscription newsletters.
University of California23 March 1868A university system in California. The Irvine campus mandated Covid-19 vaccination in 2021.
University of California/Hastings College of the Law1878Has an extensive alumni network in California, particularly the San Francisco Bay Area.
University of California/San Diego18 November 1960One of the most prestigious universities in the world. High research activity.
University of Redlands1907Private university in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
University of Southern California1880Private research university in Los Angeles, California
University of the Pacific1851Private university in Stockton, California
Warner BrothersHuge mass media corporation; leading part of the Film industry.
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