A BLOBBER is an American term from the early 1925 era, for an INFORMER. (Henry Leverage, “Dictionary of the Underworld”)
Due to a false report from George Webb’s blobber with the code name Deep Uranium, the Port of Charleston was shut down for eight hours on June 14, 2017 while the Coast Guard and other government agencies checked out what turned out to be false information that a dirty bomb might have been onboard the Maersk Memphis.
Four days later, Radio Patriots.net reposted a December 2015 article by George Webb on the No More Informants site as shown in part below:“I NEVER BELIEVE MUCH IN CONSPIRACY THEORIES. I REQUIRE TOO MUCH PROOF.” Thus saith George Webb (Sweigert), the man who gets much of his information from sources like Deep Uranium, Deep Trade, his French connection,…..and other blobbering experts.
Here is another writing sample from George Webb which was published about 20 months prior to his reliance on his Deep Uranium hidden source, now believed to be the former FBI informant, Okey Marshall Richards, who sold out his militia as an agent provocateur in the late 1990’s.What George Webb does not tell his readers, is the exact source where he obtained his numbers. Because of that, I question his statistics. As I recall from prior reading on my part, it was not 100,000 paid informants as Webb states, but rather 10,000; at least as stated in interviews with former CIA agent Kevin Shipp, the author of a 2012 book, From the Company of Shadows. Even years later, Shipp was making the rounds of the internet about the secret code he had in his book. It was in one interview with Shipp that the Hagmann Report had quoted the 10,000 paid informants statistics. This was mentioned in my October 21, 2016 article, Disinformation, Black Ops, Two-Faced Bloggers and The Art of the Illogical Argument.
But Webb’s other statement that the FBI had 50,000 paid informants in 2008 should have been sourced, as well as the 100,000 informant statement. Recently I had been reading that the FBI has 15,000 paid informants. Why is it left up to the reader (or viewer) of George Webb to have to second guess the source of his statements? I do not know where he is getting his statistics, so I am left to wonder if he misquoted others who had discussed the same topic on the internet.
In light of the Port of Charleston dirty bomb incident, how should we regard Webb’s declaration, “I never believe much in conspiracy theories. I require too much proof.”? In this case, I am going to take his word, and assume that he knew exactly who Deep Uranium was, when he got entangled in the June 14, 2017 dirty bomb incident at the Port of Charleston. One hundred percent complicity, because this is a man who says he requires too much proof.
I hereby nominate George Webb for the No More Informants’ Man of the Year Award.