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Daily Mail: 'Red Wine Could have Led to Jimi Hendrix's Death'

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In The Covert War Against Rock (2000), I reported all of the essential details concerning the murder of Jimi Hendrix discussed below by the UK’s Daily Mail in 2011 — over a decade later — but  the media ignored me, and still do. (After all, I’m supposedly a “conspiracy theorist” and the transcribers of the press believe themselves to be actual journalists, a source of endless amusement to me.) My reporting was confirmed 10 years later by Hendrix Experience roadie James Tappy Wright in a belated memoir. Intelligence ties were redacted by the press, which was then somewhat free to run with it. So Wright’s account was taken up by the press and treated as the first word that Jimi was murdered.

I may complain, but at least the decades-old deceptions that Jimi died of a “heroin overdose” (when no trace of the opiate was found in his bloodstream) or “choked on his own vomit” (something had to make him sick, but this obvious fact was never explained) can slip into oblivion and reality take the place of the media hoax. It’s a start. Now, if the media will kindly stop blacklisting me because I’m not a transcriber of lies, the whole truth can emerge that Hendrix was a political target and the assassination one of many instigated by a blood-stained, far right-wing  intelligence establishment.

I’ve redacted the first few paragraphs because the opening of the story is wrong and wrong-headed, and have posted the part of the story that is accurate and not irresponsible and slipshod, ie. typical mass media fare. Supplement this account with my own, and the reader will walk away with actual knowledge regarding a virtuoso whose demise remains an open wound 44 years later. He kissed the sky, enriched our lives — we owe it to him the ask hard questions about his death and demand justice.  – Alex Constantine

‘Red wine could have led to Jimi Hendrix’s death’, says close friend Meic Stevens

By LIZ THOMAS
 The Daily Mail, 22 June 2011

images (7)… It had long been claimed that Hendrix – one of the best loved guitarists in the history of rock – died aged 27 from choking on vomit after a drugs overdose in 1970.

But in 2009, the doctor who attempted to revive him at the now closed St Mary Abbotts Hospital in Kensington admitted it was ‘plausible’ that he was murdered.

John Bannister said that medical evidence was consistent with claims in a book that Hendrix was killed on the orders of his manager, Mike Jeffery.

James ‘Tappy’ Wright, a former road manager who worked for Jeffery, wrote in his memoir Rock Roadie, that in the early hours of September 18, 1970, a gang into the London hotel room where Hendrix was staying with his girlfriend, Monika Dannemann, and forced sleeping pills and wine down his throat until he drowned.

He claimed Jeffery, beset with debts, had ordered the hit after taking a $2 million insurance policy out on the musician – telling him he was ‘worth more dead than alive’.

More than she knew? Hendrix with girlfriend Monika Dannemann

Wright said Jeffery confessed to him he had ordered the attack before he died in an aircraft collision.

Mr Bannister agreed that the description of the murder “sounded plausible because of the volume of wine”.

He said: ‘The amount of wine that was over him was just extraordinary. Not only was it saturated right through his hair and shirt but his lungs and stomach were absolutely full of wine.

‘I have never seen so much wine. We had a sucker that you put down into his trachea, the entrance to his lungs and to the whole of the back of his throat.

‘We kept sucking him out and it kept surging and surging. He had already vomited up masses of red wine and I would have thought there was half a bottle of wine in his hair. He had really drowned in a massive amount of red wine.’

Former ice-skating instructor Miss Dannemann committed suicide in 1996 – many fans and conspiracy theorists were convinced she knew more about Hendrix’s death than she ever revealed.

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“… European immigration to Argentina in the early 20th Century helped foster a sense of ‘white identity’ that underlies racism in Argentine society today. … For fascists in Argentina, the ruling in favor of Neighborhood Flag is another step enabling the spread of their ideology throughout the country. …”

By Felipe Ramirez

The recent legal recognition in Argentina of a party founded by a neo-Nazi has renewed concern that far-right sentiment in the country is on the rise during a difficult economic period.

A judge in Buenos Aires earlier this month approved the registration of the Neighborhood Flag Party (Bandera Vecinal), a group founded by a 58-year-old right-wing nationalist named Alejandro Biondini. The ruling permits Neighborhood Flag to field a candidate for president next year — a chilling development for a country where as many as 5,000 Nazis sought refuge after World War II.

The court’s decision took media outlets, Jewish groups, and many in the Argentine political scene by surprise. Argentina’s Supreme Court banned Biondini’s former party, New Triumph, just five years ago for “advocating hatred” and using “symbols in the same manner as the Nazis” — a reference to New Triumph’s flag, which featured a number 7 that was stylized to look like a swastika.

The ban was the only formal outlawing of a political party in the history of democratic Argentina, and it forced Biondini to adjust his presentation. He abandoned the fascist salute and the use of particularly controversial symbols, and launched the Neighborhood Flag.

Biondini’s new party is essentially a coalition of nationalist groups such as the Social Alternative Party, the People’s Countryside Party, and the so-called Movement for Dignity and Independence, which is led by a former military officer who participated in an uprising against the government of Raul Alfonsín in 1987.

Biondini unsuccessfully ran for mayor of Buenos Aires on the Social Alternative Party ticket in 2011, winning a scant 0.19 percent of the vote.

European immigration to Argentina in the early 20th Century helped foster a sense of “white identity” that underlies racism in Argentine society today. This is especially apparent in the upper and middle classes, where white supremacist sentiment is evident in the mistreatment of immigrants from neighboring countries, such as Bolivia and Paraguay, that provide the country with cheap labor.

This racist outlook has been brilliantly skewered by Argentine comedian Diego Capusotto and his character “Micky Vainilla,” a pop star with an Adolf Hitler mustache.

Amid soaring inflation and deteriorating economic stability, parties like Neighborhood Flag appear to be developing a wider base. Fascist sympathizers in some neighborhoods in Buenos Aires pay homage to Benito Mussolini and advocate for a campaign of “militant fascism” against leftists and liberals.

Argentine nationalism operates through a variety of different groups. The main one is National Alert, a movement that actively participated in major protests against the administration of President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner in 2012 and 2013. National Alert sympathizers gather at a place called the Patriot House (Casa Patria), where they hold economic and political workshops and organize frequent activities concerning the 1982 Falklands War with Britain.

Since 2010, the group has maintained Alerta Nacional 24, an online radio broadcast that “strives to disseminate nationalistic content and patriotic music.” It has become the primary forum for youth groups that are related to Neighborhood Flag, such as “La Passaponti,” which is responsible for posters and graffiti with sayings such as, “Nationalism Moves Forward!” “Argentina Awaken!” and “Argentina for Argentines!”

These groups appear to be catching on with a segment of the country’s youth. Earlier this year, in response to complaints, Facebook shut down an online group called “Argentina without immigrants from the outskirts,” which had more than 2,000 members in favor of a platform that called for closing Argentina’s borders and accelerating the deportation of undocumented immigrants.

VICE News reached out to Neighborhood Flag officials to request an interview with Biondini. After several exchanges, the party’s legal team decided that “the leader” would not grant an interview unless it was for live radio or television.

“No print or online press, nor radio or television that is editable,” a party spokesperson said. “There have been a lot of things taken out of context.”

But Biondini’s son, who is also named Alejandro, has publicly defended the new party.

“It’s typical of the system to label you,” he asserted on Infobae, a local media outlet, speaking in reference to the National Front’s recent success in France. “It happened to [Jean-Marie] Le Pen in France. They accused him of being a Nazi, xenophobe, etc., and the National Front was victorious in the elections.” He went on, “When you propose family values, nationalism, immigration issues, they accuse you of being a fascist, or extreme right.”

As in Le Pen’s case in France, where his daughter Marine now leads their party, Biondini’s ultranationalism is also a family affair: he was elected as president of the party’s council, his wife took over the director’s board, and his son is a member of the disciplinary tribunal.

The plan, for now, is to build a presidential platform to contest the 2015 election. Biondini seems to recognize that his chances of winning a presidential race is a long shot. But for fascists in Argentina, the ruling in favor of Neighborhood Flag is another step enabling the spread of their ideology throughout the country.

Further Reading: The Real Odessa: How Peron Brought the Nazi War Criminals to Argentina

Drawing on American and European intelligence documents, Uki Goni shows how from 1946 onward a Nazi escape operation was based at the presidential palace in Buenos Aires, harboring such war criminals as Adolf Eichmann and Josef Mengele. Goni uncovers an elaborate network that relied on the complicity of the Vatican, the Argentine Catholic Church, and the Swiss authorities. The discoveries made in this meticulously researched book reveal the entangled web of the Nazi regime and its sympathizers and has prompted Argentine officials to demand closed files on the Nazi era from their current government.