Friday, November 21, 2008

Mae Brussell, In Memorium

Mae Brussell


Born in Beverly Hills 1922, Mae Brussell was the daughter of the Wilshire Boulevard Temple Rabbi Edgar Magnin and great granddaughter of Isaac Magnin, founder of the I. Magnin clothing stores.
By the time President Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, Mae was married with five kids. Hardly satisfied with the Warren Commission Report on the assassination, Mae bought the 26 volume Warren Commission hearings and began reading, filing, and cross-indexing. With the massive addition of her books, articles, and other government documents, Mae not only found connections to the CIA and Germany, but began to see relationships to many other current and past events throughout the world.
Mae also began to observe a "shift of power" that the United States is experiencing. Most anything Americana was being infiltrated, raped, murdered, infected, poisoned, or deregulated: from the Kennedys, Rockefellers, and Howard Hughes, to the banks, unions, news media, and the U.S. Constitution. Even influential rock musicians and Hollywood personalities were being killed. As Mae stated at Merrill College in Santa Cruz, California, "What is happening to us is a classical case of totally destroying us. And [by] the same people who've been at top doing it since World War II."
In May 1971, after 7 years of research and now living in Carmel, California, Mae appeared as a guest on KLRB, a local FM radio station independently owned by Mr. and Mrs. Bob and Gloria Baron. Mae discussed her views on political assassinations and the New York Times release of the Pentagon Papers. The response was so good Mae became a regular weekly guest and before too long had her own show, Dialogue: Conspiracy. (She later changed the name to World Watchers International, hoping it would spread like Weight Watchers did.) Almost every week for seventeen years Mae shared with her audience her voluminous daily research in her rapid-fire, no-holds-barred style.
In addition to Mae's close friends and weekly listeners, she corresponded and networked with such people as Jim Garrison, Col. L. Fletcher Prouty, and Larry Flynt. Her first published article in Paul Krassner's The Realist was actually financed by John Lennon. And Frank Zappa once gave her a computer for filing and cross-indexing her research. (But she never used it.)
Many of the articles Mae wrote tackled subjects that to this day remain unparalleled by anyone in the United States. The epitome of Mae's journalism "The Nazi Connection to the John F. Kennedy Assassination" appeared in Larry Flynt's premier issue of Rebel magazine in November 1983.
Mae's countless list of German and White Russian fascist fingerprints to President Kennedy's assassination reached its peak in May of 1988 when she discovered the name "Adolf (H.) Schicklgruber" handwritten in Marina Oswald's notebook of poetry in the Warren Commission's exhibits. (According to William "Wild Bill" Donovan's 1943 OSS psychological report on Adolf Hitler, Hitler's father was the illegitimate son of Maria Anna Schicklgruber. Where the name Hitler came from is a mystery.)
There were times when death threats drove Mae off the air: one time by Charlie Manson family member Sandra Good in September 1975. At one point Mae resorted to recording her shows at home on her small General Electric cassette tape recorder and privately mailed out copies to her subscribers.
In 1983 Mae's show moved to KAZU in Pacific Grove and there it stayed until her last broadcast (#862) on June 13, 1988. On October 3rd of that year, at age 66, Mae died of cancer.

Tim Canale,

The following are excerpts from a two hour domumentary about Mae Brussell and her amazing and thorough research on the "deep politics" of our time. The video documentary was produced by Tim Canale and is to be forund at

excerpt #1

Excerpt #2

excerpt #3

excerpt 4

Kraemer #5 Kramer vs. Kraemer