The Loss of John Judge Hits Hard
The Loss of John Judge Hits Hard

By davidswanson - Posted on 16 April 2014

Our society has lost a great activist today with the death of John Judge. No one spoke more clearly, strongly, and informedly on political power, militarism, and activism for positive change. While John lived nextdoor to Dennis Kucinich -- and with one of the best views and one of the best collections of political books and documents -- in Washington, D.C., it was as staff person for Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney that he advanced numerous causes of peace and justice and accountability for the powerful on Capitol Hill. On impeaching Bush and Cheney he was there first. John's expertise reached back into history and across continents. From the Kennedy assassination to conscientious objection to how-a-bill-becomes-a-law, he was a person to turn to for information and wisdom who was never anything but helpful, friendly, cheerful, and energetic. He could describe the hiring of Nazis in Operation Paperclip and the creation of the Cold War and then suggest that perhaps the Nazis actually won World War II. He could explain the creation of standing armies in such a manner that you knew without a doubt that either our society was insane or you were. He could get you thinking and get you active. And always with complete humility and good will. He will be missed.

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Talk - John Judge - Conversation About 9/11

A lot of people dying lately.


You said it

It's really a jolt to lose both Ruppert and Judge within a matter of days.

I wasn't even aware that Judge had been in poor health, but apparently he suffered a stroke several weeks ago, in late February or early March. Time of death apparently was some time on the night of April 15-16 (sources online differ as to which date):

Coverage in the Washington Post


Just, damn! I have been running a marathon Judge fest at my house over the last couple of weeks, focusing on Jonestown;
I even put some money into it buying every book I could on Amazon, thanks, of course to John's inspiration. He will be missed.

Last Laugh

And of course, the best thing Judge was part of that had nothing to do with deep state research.


My friend.

" Hidden History of the United States: Who Really Runs America

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