Although his name has been tossed around the alternative news scene here and there since the turn of the decade, a retired military veteran by the name of Drake Bailey has been creating more ripples on the internet with his continuous thread of information regarding what could be called “The Plan,” with researcher David Wilcock’s viral interview of Bailey earlier this year, and his continuous guest appearances this year on the internet truth movement radio show, “Cosmic Voice,” hosted by Thomas Williams. At the current writing of this article, Bailey still actively participates in these guest appearances, and in his interview with David Wilcock, the line of questioning Bailey receives helps paint a very accessible understanding of the information, for those looking to dive deeper into the subject. Wilcock actively supports Bailey’s claims and that, for what it’s worth, his research can verify the retired veteran.
This “Plan” that Bailey speaks of is something he received an invitation to read in the late 1970’s after he had retired from military service and Nuclear Defense clearances, being approached by a couple of individuals who gave him a manila folder full of papers that was “five inches thick” or so. Bailey was told he could read as much as he wanted in this sitting and ask questions, but he could not take notes and he could certainly not have copies. The man told Bailey that this document had been in the works for some time, beginning in past generations to ready the future for the coming political events, and involves espionage the likes of which would quickly mark the end of the current postmodern era. Now, in 2015, Bailey claims to be a spokesperson of this initiative; an information agent to at least get word to the people who will listen.
His overall message is simple and concise: Many in the American military (and others) have become fed up with the misuse of their selfless service. They no longer wish to simply help feed a corporate oligarchical industrial complex. They have been maneuvering an intricate agenda into place in order to apprehend and disassemble the central banking system.
This is accomplished by enacting a national arrest of the US banking cartel and all the colluded government officials, including the “Illuminati”—which represents the
oligarchical blood lines that pull America’s political strings, sit in the country’s political offices, and have maintained control through Freemasonry and other societies, dating back to European Monarchy; some speculate even further back. Bailey interestingly notes the differences between banking cartels and the Illuminati, saying that both are the same enemy, but can also generally be considered warring factions, the banking cartel being an Elitist American faction that developed and gained power, presumably during the Industrial Revolution. Thus onstage the two defer to bureaucratic delegation, and behind the curtains to more vehement activity. The other factions or sub-factions being apprehended as well would be NSA, CIA, and more, and would result in a total overhaul in sociopolitical infrastructure.
Bailey reports that when these arrests occur, there will be a national media shutdown, internet shutdown, and no one will be allowed in or out until the situation has resolved itself—which is supposedly scheduled to be only a few days. He recommends that all begin to prepare themselves mentally and physically with some water, food, and supplies, because whether someone calls it the “good versus evil,” “armageddon,” the “end of the era of Pisces” or otherwise, Bailey says, and all can conclude for themselves, that the fight for sovereign freedom is on. It’s not a matter of life on earth coming to an end, but a matter of spiritual awakening or slumbering, and if Drake Bailey’s military coup comes to fruition it’s going to make for some surreal and provocative times that all will need to remain calm under.
Now, the voice of Drake Bailey’s critics have three arguments: firstly, this guy might just be a quack; secondly, he might be a disinformation government specialist; or thirdly and perhaps the most likely of the arguments, he’s a quack who is being fed by a disinformation government specialist. Those in the UFO research field are aware that this is a very real thing that happens (google Richard Doty). The people who say Bailey is being fed disinformation argue that he’s telling everyone to essentially rally behind the initiation of martial law, and this is a very real concern due to its theoretical possibility, but if all the negative possibilities should be taken into account then so should the positive ones.
Many have pointed out Bailey’s ties and discussion into occult philosophy in the past (again, not an inherently negative thing and can be considered an umbrella term for the “rest of religious theology” outside of the popular doctrines, including but not limited to paganism and shamanism) but if Drake Bailey was indeed involved in some high level government clearance, it would only make sense that he would understand the basic occult ideologies, as is a recurring theme amongst top-level officials and their cohorts (see the CIA’s Project MKULTRA and Project MONARCH). So if he were to retire and find himself in other areas of life, it would make sense that he would continue to remember these ideologies. Furthermore, while critiquing someone’s religious beliefs should never be taken off the table, it is usually considered to be tasteless and childish (notice “politically-correct” was not used here) to overtly “judge” someone for their spiritual beliefs.
All in all, this case is far from closed, and is something that is actively unfolding within the culture. Those who read this article upon initial posting might be interested to learn that Drake Bailey will be having another appearance on Cosmic Voice internet radio on this day, October 7th, 2015. Below are two videos, the first is David Wilcock’s interview with Bailey, and the second is his most recently posted appearance on Cosmic Voice. Those familiar with David Wilcock will find his verbal endorsement hard to dismiss, and any criticism aside, Wilcock has proven himself for quite some time to be an authentic voice in the truth movement, so his conversation with the retired veteran is particularly interesting. Individuals are encouraged to do their own research and post any findings they might come across here on The Last American Vagabond, so that the People might be able to get to the bottom of this. This is not speaking of the “End of the World,” but of the “End of the Postmodern Era,” and it doesn’t take a mathematician to see that the end of this era is indeed coming to a close right before humanity’s eyes—in one form or another.