Kay Griggs


Kay Grigg interview 1/4 transcript


Kay Griggs, Former Marine Colonel's Wife Talks Again

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Kay Griggs Entire interview (8hrs) on Military Black Ops Underground



Secret Societies & The Military - 1of13 As head of NATO's Psychological Operations, Colonel Griggs was a Marine Corps Chief of Staff. He was also, his wife realized, entirely mind-controlled. Kay, a self-declared Christian, became privy to the real workings of the United States military, leadership training, drug-running and weapons sales, and the secret worldwide camps that train professional assassins. These interviews with Pastor Rick Strawcutter of Adrian, Michigan were conducted in 1998, before September 11th and the installation of U.S. President George W. Bush. Kay Griggs' report of world events and the power elite paints a picture that begins to explain the hows and whys of our current global scenario.


Entire Kay Griggs: Military Homoccult Beast System. "They took with them the most perverted aspects of Nazi Germany and brought them over to the United States." "They get rid of the good guys. The Marine Corps are the assassins for the Mob. The military is run by the Mob. The military IS the Mob." "He told me what they did. They nurture--they cultivate--the sons of prominent families. They're called "rising stars." They rope them in.Then they "turn" them." Colonel's wife names names in Military/homosexual/pedophile Underground

Recently, Kay Griggs, a prominent military colonel's wife,
set out to right a long history of patent wrongs, which include:
- homosexual initation rites in the U.S. military-
-particularly within the Marines;
- well-documented instances of both
- homosexual and
- hetero pedophilia, often as brazen rape, amongst
U.S. military figures and notable senior statesmen,
Henry Kissinger being named loudly by Mrs. Griggs.

Griggs, in her videotaped interviews recently, discovered
her husband's diary and was suitably horrified at what she read.
She then began asking questions of her friends in the military wives
club, and many of them confessed to the same dirty little secrets.

Her candor on video is both disturbing and compelling: the woman
has come to grips with the fact that this "culture," as she calls it,
is rife within senior U.S. military, and that the stain of being
called out as a queer is what keeps the men quiet
- to the arms - and drugs - running that are a vital function
of Our Military.

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When were the interviews held?
The interviews were held in 1998.

How did the interviews come to be?

Pastor Rick Strawcutter had a pirate radio station which was shut down
in the early 2000s. Kay Griggs had been urged by friends to call in
to his show, and did so in 1998. Pastor Strawcutter kept her
on the air for an hour, and invited her to come to Michigan
for a longer interview. Kay felt strongly that her experiences
and stunning knowledge of how our country is run needed to be known,
so she agreed.

How long are the interviews?

7.3 hours. The interviews were held over the course
of a weekend in 1998.


Griggs video: amazing interview

05/08/05 13:30:18 One
The DIA and special ops were predominantly running the
Contra northern front from Honduras in the 80s. Alongside the CIA
and NSC teams, a new US military group called the ISA
(Intelligence Special Activity) was moving hundreds of millions
in drug money supposedly through to US mob-run ports such as
New Orleans and Miami. They apparently were involved in the Mena,
Arkansas cocaine airdrops as well, with the Barrie Seal thing.
Anyway, an unknown amount of money would be then laundered
at Fort Meade, Maryland--HQ for the NSA (National Security Agency).

Also, the CIA secretly organized the purchase (and theft) of military
transport planes and helicopters via their Pentagon connections.
Beyond all the CIA proprietary companies that supplied civilian
aircraft, they also got hold of c-130 transports and helicopters
destined for museums.

Next, we have military boys alongside the CIA in Lebanon doing
weird things. The Marine grunts held the airport as a peacekeeping thing.
But according to Mrs Griggs and also the ebook, The Last Circle,
the US covert forces were exploiting the tension between the
local mafias and militias to score a lot cheap drugs, while selling
lots of arms and hunting down key enemies. It is said that
the Lockerbie terrorism bombing had to do with the transport
of heroin from Lebanon.

Where do the military special operators come from?
They are trained at Fort Bragg, North Carolina--which was headed
by pro-Bush Army General Stiner, who is mentioned by Mrs Griggs.
General Stiner and General Joy (also mentioned by Mrs Griggs) were
heavily involved in Bush's invasion of Panama. The special operators
also come from General Al Gray's jurisdiction (another cited name).
Colonel George Griggs was his chief of staff.

Griggs evidently trained his marines, mercs, seals, etc..
from the massive Little Creek Naval Amphibious base on the
Virginia coast, near Norfolk and Virginia Beach--an area
which constitutes a massive military nexus of power.
It's fairly close to the Fort Bragg nexus of power.
The Virginia base is 2100 acres, the biggest live fire zone
around where operators hone their trade.

The military has grown to have enormous jurisdiction
over the Caribbean, Central American, and South American areas.
This military jurisdiction is called SOUTHCOM.
Bush Senior and Clinton both issued very powerful legislation
to deep the military's involvement in SOUTHCOM.
Under the rubric of fighting terrorism, drugs, and arms smuggling,
evidently SOUTHCOM is wrapped up in these affairs.

Who commands SOUTHCOM? The very same General Wilhelm mentioned
by Mrs Griggs. It's based out of Miami, the city Mrs Griggs
said her husband went to work in retirement.

What the hell is going on with SOUTHCOM? Well, for starters
they are sending special operators into Colombia, a country
which has attracted the US for its drugs, oil, and precious minerals.
It's part of Plan Colombia and the Andean Initiative
set in motion by Bush Senior and Clinton.

Proof of SOUTHCOM drugs & arms smuggling? The case is building.
In fact, just a week or two ago, this happened and there's a much
better explanation of that here and here .
Notice that these are special operators, part of the growing
detachment of US troops in Colombia.

Which is just like when in March 5,
US soldiers were also arrested for drug smuggling

Post Modified: 05/08/05 13:46:18

05/10/05 06:48:20 Under the rubric of fighting terrorism, drugs,
and arms smuggling, evidently SOUTHCOM is wrapped up in these affairs.

Heh, that about sums it up.

Great avatar;)

Let's take a look at the accused:

General Wilhelm:

General Jim Joy:
BGen Jim R. Joy (right) relieves Col James P. Faulkner as 22d Marine
Amphibious Unit commander on board the Guam (LPH 9) off Beirut on 17
November 1983.

General Stiner:

"They train assassins," says Griggs..
"It's an old boy network, it's an institution,
and it's run through the State Department..[*]

"It's all about making money.selling weapons and selling drugs"

"What are they doing running our country?"

05/10/05 07:02:16 United States Marine Corps (Ret.)

Brigadier General
James R. Joy

Brigadier General Jim R. Joy last served on active duty as the Director,
Personnel Procurement Division, Manpower Department, Headquarters Marine
Corps, Washington, D. C.
General Joy graduated from Northwest Missouri State University in 1957
with a B. S. degree in Education, and also holds an M. S. degree in Public
Administration from George Washington University and an M. A. degree in
Human Affairs from the University of Oklahoma.

Commissioned a second lieutenant in June 1957, he attended The Basic
School at Quantico, Va., graduating in February 1958. From there, he
reported to Camp Pendleton, Calif., where he served as a Platoon Leader
with the 1st Marine Division, until February 1959. He was next ordered to
duty aboard the aircraft carrier USS ORISKANY (CVA-34), as the Executive
Officer of the ship's Marine Detachment. Following sea duty, General Joy
spent the next three years with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron,
Marine Corps Air Station, Santa Ana, Calif., where he served consecutively
as Adjutant, Executive Officer and Commanding Officer. During this tour,
he was promoted to captain in June 1962.

In June 1963, General Joy received orders to Washington, D. C.,
for duty with the 13th Infantry Battalion, USMCR.
He remained in this assignment until he deployed to Vietnam for duty
with the 26th Marines. While in Vietnam he was promoted to major
in February 1967. He returned to the United States in July 1967,
and attended the Command and Staff College at Quantico.
Upon graduation was assigned to the Office of the
Secretary of Defense in Washington, D.C.

He returned to Vietnam for duty as an advisor with the Vietnamese
Marine Corps in July 1971, followed by duty in the Canal Zone,
where he served Commanding Officer of the Marine Barracks, with
additional duty as Marine Officer on the Staff of Commander,
U.S. Naval Forces, Southern Command.
He was promoted to lieutenant colonel in September 1973.

Transferred to the U.S., General Joy spent three years at Headquarters
Marine Corps, Washington, D.C., in the Operations Division, Operations
and Training Department. During academic year 1978-79, General Joy
was a student at the Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pa.,
and upon graduation, he reported to Camp Lejeune for duty with the 2d
Marine Division, serving initially as G-1, Commanding Officer of the 8th
Marines and, for the last year, Chief of Staff. While in this assignment,
he was promoted to colonel in July 1979.

General Joy was assigned duty as the Fleet Marine Officer on the
Staff of Commander, 6th Fleet in May 1982. While serving
in this capacity, he was selected in February 1983 for promotion
to brigadier general. He was advanced to that grade on July 5, 1983
and assigned duty as the Assistant Division Commander, 2d Marine Division,
FMF, Atlantic, Camp Lejeune, N.C., on August 2, 1983. During November
he was assigned as the Commanding General of the 22d Marine Amphibious
Unit in Lebanon. The following February, he became the Commander
of Joint Task Force, Lebanon.
He was assigned duty as the Deputy Commanding General, Marine Corps
Recruit Depot Deputy Commanding General, Eastern Recruiting Region,
Parris Island, S.C., on May 22, 1984. He served as Director Personnel
Procurement from 1985-1988.

Upon retirement on June 1, 1988 he became Director of the
Marine Corps Morwale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) programs,
serving in that capacity until retirement on Noveber 1, 1996.

His medals and decorations include: Defense Superior Service Medal,
the Purple Heart, Legion of Merit with Combat "V" and three gold stars
in lieu of fourth award; the Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V",
the Joint Service Commendation Medal; Navy Commendation Medal with Combat
"V", the National Defense Service Medal; Vietnam Serve Medal;
Sea Service Deployment Ribbon; Republic of Vietnam Cross of Gallantry
with Silver Star; and the Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal with device.

(Revised May 08, 2002 HQMC)

05/10/05 07:57:08 wow
Continuity you're really deep into this stuff ain't ya??

Contingency, you should consider posting blogs. That way the material will
get onto the front page and get more exposure.

seconded - will whip the troops together to vote for it as well

Post Modified: 05/10/05 07:57:44

05/10/05 08:03:43
Walt Rostow

05/10/05 21:35:24 Hi Fennec. Thanks Butt. Obliged for the visuals,
Rasputin. You beat me to it. Or 'them.'

These are real people K. Griggs is talking about.
The official bio Rasputin pasted says that General Joy was in Beirut,
Lebanon, as she (K) explained. Other bios say that her husband
was there also with his boss, General Gray.
Of course, those facts alone are hardly proof of any wrongdoing,
but so far the basic setting is corroborated.

To corroborate another background detail of her story,
I recently emailed a major alternative news journalist
who investigatives this stuff.
He was unfamiliar with the Griggs stuff and warned that she may be
exaggerating, but he specifially wrote:
it is somewhat well known in DC that retired General Al Gray is gay.

As a sidenote, Mrs Griggs claimed several other elite marines
are closet homosexuals (probably they are really bi,
like how she describes her husband). She also describes
that some of the elite men in her area,
Norfolk and Virginia Beach, are the same way.

It just so happens that in Aug 2004, during the height
of election season, Republican Congressmen Ed Schrock,
suddenly and inexplicably dropped from the election race
from Mrs Grigg's hometown of Virginia Beach.

A well-known gay-rights activist accused that Schrock,
an opponent of gay rights, was in fact a closet homosexual.
The activist even had audio files of Schrock leaving messages
on a gay male dating line where members discuss sex
and what they are looking for.

Specializing in military and conservative issues,
Schrock is a former navy captain. He founded and remains a co-chair
of the House Navy/Marine Corps Caucus and the House Special Operations
Forces Caucus. The House Special Forces Caucus supports issues
related to Special Operations Forces, in cluding the Navy SEALS,
Army Airborne, and Air Force Spcial Operations.

Sources: Sfgate