Tuesday, August 05, 2008

New Jersey State Policeman Col. H. Norman Schwarzkopf Narrates "Gang Busters"!

Cover of the 1939 book Gang Busters Step In and information about the radio program "Gangbusters."

Archives of the radio show "Gang Busters" can be found at Old Time Radio and Radio Lovers. The series dramatized FBI cases, and each program started with the dramatic sound effects of police sirens, tommyguns, and screeching tires which inspired the expression “coming on like Gang Busters.” Click on the radio to hear the opening sound effects.

The first show listed here, [(1941) 03/28 - The Nickle and Dime Bandits] mentions that the program was narrated by Norman Schwarzkopf, Sr., former head of the New Jersey State Police. It turns out that the father of the famous General "Stormin" Norman Schwarzkopf headed the investigation into the infamous Lindbergh kidnapping!

August 6 is the birthday of the murdered Boulder kindergartener JonBenet Ramsey. She was born on August 6, 1990. She was tortured, strangled, sexually abused, and bludgeoned to death in her basement on Mao's birthday, December 26, 1996.

JonBenet was a very sweet little girl. Her teacher tells this story: One time, another little girl brought cupcakes to kindergarten for her birthday, but she was one short. JonBenet offered to split her cupcake with the birthday girl so that everyone would have a treat.

The diabolical Kindermord could only split JonBenet's head.

JonBenet would be heading off to college this fall if she had not been murdered. Isn't it time for the vicious, FBI-taunting Kindermord to "face the music"?

New DNA technology has now detected Kindermord's DNA not only inside JonBenet's underclothing but also on the outside of her pajama bottoms, so the police know this is the killer's DNA. Kindermord's days of freedom may be numbered. His DNA is in an FBI database, and the FBI has a very long memory!

JonBenet's father, John Ramsey, had the same name as a 1920s criminal who masterminded the Osage Indian murders in Oklahoma. I think the symbolic importance of this man's name in the mind of the killer may be the reason that JonBenet was tortured to death and defiled.

I think the killer saw some special symbolism in the two John Ramseys and the two Norman Schwarzkopfs.

The Osage Indian murders was the FBI's first big case. In my opinion, the discredited ex-professor Ward Churchill of Boulder Colorado and other members of the American Indian Movement (AIM) have taken the true story of the Osage murders and refashioned this tragic chapter in Osage history into a destructive myth about the Pine Ridge Lakota nation that I call "The Legend of Pine Ridge."

According to Ward Churchill's AIM myth, which was published in a journal sponsored by the Soviet-era KGB, the FBI backed death-squads that murdered 342 Indians. Ward Churchill has spent his life depicting the FBI as if they were the Gestapo.

The Osage Indians called this era in their history a "reign of terror," and AIMsters have even used this same expression to describe what they mendaciously claim were hundreds of FBI-sponsored murders.

JonBenet's killer claimed to be a member of a small "foreign faction." I think this is an esoteric allusion to the American Indian Movement (AIM), whose vicious crimes have earned it the moniker American Indian Mafia. (Don't miss the special effects which "come on like 'Gang Busters'"!)

For more about AIM's crimes see also the blog AIM Myth Busters by the retired FBI agent Joseph F. Trimbach and his son John. The first post tells the story of the AIMsters' brutal murder of two young FBI agents and the subsequent murder of the young Indian woman Anna Mae Aquash.

Joe Trimbach is a retired grandfather, but he has never forgotten the injustice done to the young FBI agents Williams and Coler and to the young Indian mother Anna Mae Aquash.

The discredited ex-professor Ward Churchill, who wrote that the 9-11 World Trade Center victims were "little Eichmanns" who deserved their fate, also claimed that FBI agents Coler and Williams deserved to be shot to death and mutilated by the AIM.

When the mendacious Ward Churchill falsely suggested that the two murdered FBI agents deliberately provoked and initiated the 1975 shooting and so deserved to die "Custer-like--in their self-made trap," he denigrated these innocent victims as perpetrators in exactly the same way that he has also denigrated American mothers and our children for destroying the earth. He denigrated these young FBI men (page 241-242) the same way that he denigrated the innocent 9-11 victims as "little Eichmanns."

The evil Kindermord signed the mother of all ransom notes:
"Victory! S.B.T.C."

Interestingly, there used to be a South Dakota Internet provider that was called S.B.T.C. This is an abbreviation for Sully Buttes Telephone Cooperative which served the Mt. Rushmore area. The company was later called Rushnet and now is called Venture Communications. Their site is http://www.sbtc.net/
AIM once bombed the visitor center of Mt. Rushmore. In 1973, AIM also attacked the South Dakota Indian village of Wounded Knee and reduced it to a smoking ruin.

Kindermord's ransom for JonBenet was 118,000 dollars. A now moribund Maoist website called the Maoist Internationalist Movement that supported the discredited academic falsifier and plagiarist Ward Churchill once claimed that 118,000 Iraqi children were in danger of dying from the sanctions on Iraq. I think that the ransom demand may be an esoteric allusion to Iraqi children in danger of dying.

As I have often noted in previous posts, parts of the Ramsey ransom note seem to plagiarize parts of the Lindbergh baby ransom demands.

That's why I am remembering little JonBenet's August 6, 1990 birthday by posting about the old radio "Gang Busters. Kindermord mocked the police and FBI in his long and arrogant ransom note, but the FBI has a long memory.

"Gangbusters" was often narrated by the man who investigated the Lindbergh kidnapping, Col. H. Norman Schwarzkopf, the head of the New Jersey State Police. He was the father of General "Stormin' Norman Schwarzkopf, who led the "Desert Storm" attack on Iraq that freed Kuwait.

Wikipedia notes:

[Gang Busters] premiered as G-Men, sponsored by Chevrolet, on July 20, 1935.

After the title was changed to Gang Busters January 15, 1936, the show had a 21-year run through November 20, 1957. Beginning with a barrage of loud sound effects — a shrill police whistle, convicts marching in formation, police siren wailing, machine guns firing, and tires squealing — this intrusive introduction led to the popular catchphrase "came on like Gang Busters."

The series dramatized FBI cases, which producer-director Phillips H. Lord arranged in close association with Bureau director J. Edgar Hoover.


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