By Jon Kelly
Vancouver, BC – An exclusive new video published to YouTube on March 13, 2015, purports to reveal how media baron William Randolph Hearst’s granddaughter, Patricia Hearst-Shaw unwittingly disclosed CIA credentials during a 1974 in-captivity SLA taped communique. “Patty Hearst: Naked Spy from Langley” substantiates long-standing notions of the heiress’ willing participation in state-sponsored domestic terrorism targeting police militarization and other totalitarian initiatives. The tape recordings were issued to the press after her alleged kidnapping and subsequent brainwashing by the SLA (the 1970s domestic equivalent of ISIS), an incident then-FBI Director Clarence Kelley reportedly cited as the “first political kidnapping in the United States.”
The report draws its conclusions in part by resolving a sleep talking-like mirror-encrypted metonym within the captive heiress’ recorded words. A metonym is a figure of speech in which a thing or concept is called by the name of something that possesses a meaningful association. According to one source, the name “Langley” is often used as a metonym for the Langley, Virginia-based CIA.
The video goes on to explain how the term “naked spy” is an espionage trope describing an operative that does not have a cover. An agent working under the cover of a role at an overseas embassy, for example might receive diplomatic immunity from prosecution within the host country if caught. It is a matter of public record that Patricia Hearst did not receive immunity but faced prosecution for domestic crimes committed while acting under the SLA flag.
While ISIS stands accused of kidnapping and brainwashing children into becoming the next generation of war criminals, Patricia Hearst-Shaw made news in February when her shih tzu Rocket won top toy dog at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show held at Madison Square Garden in New York. Born to what Forbes described in 2014 as the sixth richest family in the United States, one associated with immense political influence dating back prior to the Second World War, the seeming domestic CIA operative went on to appear as an actress in numerous feature films directed by John Waters.
Author Louis Pizzitola stated how William Randolph Hearst, cited as the most dominant figure throughout most of Hollywood’s history, “understood how to use cinema to exploit the public’s desire for entertainment and to create film propaganda to further his own desire for power.” While listening to the Patty Hearst SLA communiques, one can only wonder if a budding young actress is heard crafting voice-over propaganda to drive a domestic “War of the Worlds”-like PSYOP and covert false-flag political agenda shaping a post-Watergate nation further towards totalitarian aims.
“Patty Hearst: Naked Spy from Langley”subjects Patricia Hearst-Shaw’s April 24, 1974, taped communique to lossless digital mirror filtering whereby portions of the audio reveal apparently intelligible phrases encrypted backwards within her speech. It is a matter of public record that this innovative analytic procedure (popularized through late-night talk radio during the 1990s) has revealed the signatures of unconscious sleep talking-like communications disclosing verifiably factual information characterized by precision that anticipated details of the Iraq War, identified the BTK Killer, named Russian spy Anna Chapman’s accomplice and disclosed Edward Snowden’s UFOs. A partial transcript appears below identifying the message encrypted therein.
Feel I’m naked, Langley: “As for my ex-fiancé [Steven Weed], I’m amazed that he thinks that the first thing that I would want to do once freed would be to rush and see him. The fact is I don’t care if I ever see him again. During the last few months Steven has shown himself to be a sexist ageist pig, not that this was a sudden change from the way he always was. It merely became blatant during the period when I was still a hostage. Frankly, Steven is the one who sounds brainwashed. I can’t believe those weary words he uttered were from his heart. They’re a mixture of FBI rhetoric and randy simplicity.”
Further extensive background material through Mae Brussell’s four-part series “The SLA is the CIA,” first published in The Realist for February 1974, is available online.