MOLLY MACGUIRES. Pinkerton is Fictional and Intro for the Great RR Strike of 1877 

This article joins several threads.

Allen Pinkerton is a fictional Capitalist construct to be both the bad guy and the superhero that saves the city. Every case he is associated with is a project.

The Mollies ran a string of domestic terror incidents for years before culmination of celebrated staged-executions. The terrorist plots usually involved the murder of some RR or mining authority and the destruction of Company property, this serves to get the target to identify with the ‘bad’ guy. The ‘Robyn Hood’ archetype.

It leads us right up to the Strike and RR/mine baron Gowen pulling strings of both

The years between 1863 and 1879 were years of violence, labor unrest, sabotage, and assassination in coal region. “Black Thursday”, June 21, 1877, saw ten Irish-Catholic miners, convicted of
the murders of various mine officials, hanged for their crimes and for their membership in the secret order known as the Molly Macguires. ’77 was the year of the Socialist coup disguised as a railroad strike, it started in PA coal country.

The first mention I could find was Jan 13, (1/13=333) 1848. Molly Macguire associated with broad daylight slaying of landlord, Major Mahon (another double M), leading to the ‘Irish Arms Bill’. This shows the newspapers have always used the numbers code and were created for the fear mongering purposes. Also shows the Molly’s were used for the same potential-threat false flag terrorism before they emigrated to Pennsyl-tucky coal mines. They were never real in Erin or in the US.

Since 1862 the Mollies had been blamed for numerous murders, beatings, knifings, armed robberies, and incidents of arson. It was coal-mining country, a rough part of the world suffering from the effects called a ‘reign of terror’ orchestrated by a shadowy organization dubbed the Molly Maguires. (Double Ms are a thing, as in Marilyn Monroe/Manson, rotate 90* and you get 33)

On October 27, 1873,  Pinkerton McParlan was sent in under the name James McKenna a charismatic character set to infiltrate the gang by joining however he could bullshit his way. McKenna is one of the premiere spook family names. Anything this name is attached to takes all doubt away from its nature.

*It is appropriate that one of our sources of info for the Molly’s is a Pollock. The are like-Mckenna’s Anytime a pollack is around the cover has already been blow. In any variation, it doesn’t matter for either Mckenna, McKenney, McKenna, along with Pollack, Paddock, Pollard. Its the enunciated syllables that are important, like Ba’al, or Bel… language-based spellcraft. Wow, so after reading the fist page Pollack is claimed the Mollys never existed but were invented by the industrialists. He beat me to the punch but these fuckers never tell the truth so lets see what the angle is. If its from a pollack its probs pretty subtle, these people have been doing this for centuries.

“By inventing this organization, the employers hoped to quash a budding unionization movement among their disgruntled work forces. In their conspiracy against the labor-organizing coal miners, the operators engaged such disparate allies as a detective agency, the commercial newspapers, the state judicial system, and the Catholic Church.”

Normie Historian

Immigrants to the coal region in the early-mid 1800’s would’ve been among the first of the repopulation, the infrastructure was already set up for the most part, there was no untamed wilderness and savage heathen. There was massive unrest at this time in the UK as they weren’t through their own Reset spasms. Much of Europe was in ruins, the orphans were told the last generation had been through labor struggles dealing with new technology and orchestrated mass-migration events, such as the busted ass potato famine, which is the excuse of about 95% of the people here. What they thought they were leaving over the pond as far as slave quality of life they found here in America too with the Industrialist/Capitalist Inheritor Class.

Workingmen’s Benevolent Association

Working conditions led many of the miners to join the Workingmen’s Benevolent Association, the first industry-wide trade union that fought for better conditions in the mines. The mine owners, however, were equally determined to smash the union. The resulting conflict between workers and owners sparked the creation of the Molly Macguires, who vowed to fight the exploitation of the workers by predominantly Protestant mine owners and supervisors.

WBA was a proto-union made up of coal miners from Schuylkill County PA, the same place of the supposed MM activity. Founded in 1868 bu John Siney it was said to be the non-violent brother of the Macguires. On the subject of violence, Siney commented, “By rules of the association all acts of violence are strictly forbidden, and any member found guilty of such will not only be expelled from the association, but from the county also.” With this statement, Siney summarized his advocacy of a strict adherence to social law and order. Siney had immigrated to the coal mine regions of Pennsylvania in 1863 at the age of 32. An immigrant from England (although born in Ireland), Siney had been president of the local bricklayer’s union (Stone mason lodge) and well trusted in England. ‘Trust’ is a bankster term, means financed. There is no distinction between any of these groups except whatever cheap label is slapped in the front. They splinter and adapt and evolve, changing names often, sometimes they change names so often its the giveaway. They do that to confuse researchers like you and me that are pinning they ass down.

WBA led to the creation of the first mine safety inspection laws in the United States, even though these laws were not regularly enforced. Siney also spent time in negotiations for the first minimum wage opportunities, as well as the first instances of collective bargaining. The union locals also organized local food cooperatives and libraries to both feed and educate members of their communities. So this is like the International Workers of the World that traveled around the country stirring up trouble and every strike they precipitated would have bread lines and soup kitchens and children services.

“The object of the Workingman’s Benevolent Association is to unite in one band of brotherhood all who earn their bread by hard toil…”

-Anyone that inserts ‘bread’ into labor oration is lying.

Also like the other venues Siney proclaimed passive resistance on paper but agitated crowds with excitful speeches and disrupted miners not participating with his cause. The native-born miners were treated differently than the immigrant miners. Same old script, only the names and places change. He was arrested May 12, 1875 on conspiracy charges

Siney spent months traveling among the miners in the Saint Clair (Sinclair is an old family name) area, listening to their complaints, in a meeting on 23 July 1868 in Walker’s (Bush warlord dynasty) Hall, Siney presented a draft calling for an eight-hour workday. Of all the triggers in the larbor arena the 8 hr work day has been at the center of every one from the Paris Commune of the French Revolution to the New Deal put forth by Roosevelt, Eleanor, not Franklin.

Hooked up with Susan B Anthony when he went to the National Labor Union in 1869, Susie agreed to dedicate a column in her rag ‘The Revolution” to the coal miner and his cause. This morphed into Siney’s own paper, The Workingman. (The Workingman was also the shortened name of Karl Marx group before they became the Socialist Party) He was set up with her for training, he was always intending to start his own paper. Anthony was the World Fair connection. An early temperance, anti-slave, Fem character has come up in our discussions on Flag Day and her associations with the Colonial Dames of America fake-history org.

The National Labor Union meeting he went to was in Philly, ’69, this is also the time and place of the Knights of Labor birth. the KoL are second rate support club. They failed to act in both the Great Strike of ’77 and the Haymarket Protest in ’86. Knights were a secret club, not referred to by name until 1879, the organization chalked symbols on sidewalks and buildings to call meetings. KoL supported characters like the IWW member and early Socialist Daniel DeLeon, who tried to Marx-ify the group, and Mother Jones. The KoL Grand Master was also the Mayor of Scranton right after the Great Strike of 77.

Mother Jones was born in Ireland and fled the potato famine (told ya they all use the same lines) Jones help found the Social Democratic Party and the International Workers of the World. She lived in Toronto, Detroit, and lost everything during the Chicago fire in 71. Oh yeah and her children died of Yellow Fever, This woman is like a walking cli’che.

 Led by Franklin B. Gowen, president of the Reading Railroad, and Pinkerton’s National Detective Agency, the move to undermine the efforts of the WBA began in 1873, after the last of the smaller operators were forced out of business. Gowen controlled the state police as well with the establishment of the Coal and Iron Police. He was the super comic-book villain that owned everything. Gowen orchestrated the ‘Long Strike of ’75’, which might have been the precursor/training event to the Great Strike of ’77.

Violent protests and crime spree brought the WBA to a close and Siney died in poverty.

The WBA would go on to live in the United Mine Workers of America, who started their first PA branch in 1890.

Siney was president of the Miners National Association and was active in the Greenback Labor Party. *Check for connection withe Western Federation of Miners and Big Bill Wayward.

Schuylkill Penitentiary

Ancient Order of Hibernians (A.O.H.)

The Irish turned to a secret society known as the Ancient Order of Hibernians (A.O.H.) for protection. Violence erupted in 1863 as Irish laborers rioted in opposition to the new federal draft laws, and then extended their protests to demand better working conditions and wages. Periodically violence erupted over the next sixteen years. Many blamed the Molly Macguires, a radical faction of the A.O.H. named after a violent group of protesters who had roamed the Irish countryside fighting anti-Catholic persecution were blamed. AOH was an Irish Catholic org, the oldest Irish Catholic org in America, oldest reference to Andrew Jackson, Jackson was a fake founding father, that means there aint nothing ‘Ancient’ about these cats. They ran in opposition to the Orange Party, Orange is a trigger, the only word that doesn’t rhyme and 33 in numerology. it was founded in New York City in 1836, however, a reference to its existence as early as 1819 was found in a letter written from a Samuel Castwell to the eventual 7th President of the United States, Andrew Jackson. In the letter, Jackson had been nominated for membership into Castwell’s Hibernian Society. Jackson was a fictional character as well, I told you already, anybody on currency.

It appears at a glance there was no ancient order, during the beginning of the influx of mas migration a group was started and called themselves ancient but there is no connection, the earliest mentions in the Jackson doc is fake, just to add backstory to both the Hibernian and Jackson. Any references to a time before this or outside America is lumped in together as ‘The Order’, The Order is a very different subject and whatever fractal pattern it assumes at any point in history, real or fabricated, is in regards to this ‘Order’, which does not limit itself to a location or ethnicity.

There was also the Hibernian Society from 1790, but didn’t last very long bc members became increasingly radical. Another one in Boston in 1737 formed the Charitable Irish Society. The AoH we will return to in a later essay; they have been maintaining the St Paddy’s Day Parade in NYC since the mid-1800’s. All parades are military exercises.

Irish traditions of violent rural resistance such as the “White Boys,” the “Ribbonmen,” and the “Molly Macguires” often sprung up in the camps, usually pushed by the mine owners in order to flush out any real potential opposition

James McKenna

10 hanged, printed on 7/7/77. coincidence right?

In October 1873, Gowen met in Philadelphia with Allan Pinkerton. Pinkerton’s published account of the meeting depicts Gowen laying out in some detail the existence, background and nature of a criminal secret society called Mollie Macguires, transplanted from Ireland to the coal region of Pennsylvania. In case I forgot to tell you or you haven’t figured it out for yourself yet, Pinkerton is a fictional icon, his journals are the same as George Washington and John Smith. Fake AF.

Thats when McPharlen (or some variation thereof) was chosen to go in as McKenna. After reaching Pottsville in December 1873, he began to frequent the Sheridan House, a saloon run by ‘Big Pat’ Dormer. McKenna soon became a popular character around the bar, his “gift of gab”. In conversation, McKenna let it be known that he was wanted for murder and counterfeiting in Buffalo, New York. Sure, thats always a way to draw attn to yourself in a strange new town full of drunk Irishmen known for a murderous streak. He proved himself to be handy with his fists and soon gained a reputation among the rougher elements who drank at Dormer’s bar.

He won his way into the gang by besting a bareknuckle boxing champion over a poker game. Courtesy of McClures 1894 issue.

His standing was secured after the Coal & Iron Police, a private constabulary raised by Gowen and the mine owners and railroad operators to help protect their interests, arrested McKenna at the bar, interrogated him, and roughed him up. So he stages a confrontation with the cops to build street-cred.

Dormer himself was impressed with McKenna, and in February 1874 took him to the neighboring town of Shenandoah to meet fellow saloon-keeper Muff Lawler. With Lawler’s backing, McKenna got work at the Indian Ridge Shaft and later at the West Shenandoah Colliery. Lawler also introduced McKenna to John ‘Jack’ Kehoe. Kehoe ran the Hibernian House saloon in Girardville, an important Molly headquarters, and was a kingpin in the organization. McKenna soon received an invitation to a secret meeting of the Ancient Order of Hibernian.

This claim right here is enough to call the whole game. The saloon keepers of the day would’ve certainly been on the mine owners payroll. Entertainment is somewhat limited in these parts, the saloon-keeper would have been privy to all information and especially when in control of the liquor tap. 2 months is awful fast for someone to go from fresh off the train with no contacts to being under the wing of the local resistance chapter. Dormer and Lawler would have been expecting someone to come in, either by advanced notice or bartenders intuition. This is also more self-validation for the Aoh that they are a credible organization. By 1874 the AoH are organizing the St. Paddy’s Parade, a military exercise, this means they would have been involved in other militant activities.

During McKenna’s description of his initiation into the Mollies he only says they made him swear to obey all unlawful orders and kept everything secret. This is the kind of bullshit they say to wide-eyed normies when about to deliver a doozy. It took less than 2 years for McKenna to reach the top rung of the gang.

Several highly publicized murders took place including that of Benjamin Yost, a police officer who beat up member Thomas Duffy; Welsh mine superintendent John P. Jones was killed for blacklisting strikers; Thomas Sanger, foreman of Heaton’s Colliery and miner William Uren had been gunned down two days earlier as they walked along an empty street to work. Sanger died because of an alleged workplace grievance, while Uren, who boarded with the Sanger family, was slain to eliminate him as a witness. (Sanger is one of the Hidden Hand families most noted for the Birth Control Pill and abortion rights fem radical Margaret)

Notice anything about the supposed victims and perps? They’re all from the same side, even though they pretend on the surface to be opponents, everyone works for the mines [Mine as in possessive, wordplay]

The Wiggans Patch Incident is a name given to one of those incidents that are as over the top vioilent as the scriptwriters can think of. A late-night knock on the local boarding house door signaled a vigilante raid which one molly was shot 18 times and set of fire, another hung and left for dead in the front lawn managed to survive, and a 9 month pregnant female shot in the belly and tits that also survived. This event is what convinced local leaders a snitch was present and is what sent McKenna running back to the city.

This was the grand finale to lead in to the mock trials and fake executions. I tried to push my way through this as best I could but the only sources are the Pinkerton archives and newspapers that arent any better, The read like a Western Dime Novel. There are many links available for anyone that wished to follow up on names or locations… Start with Kehoe’s own wife, who was related to the supposed victims at Wiggans Patch. Its all insider stuff.

Pottsville is chosen for the oppositional headquarters and the site where the fake hangings take place and with the WBA bc this is also where Gowen has his home and law practice, its all controlled opposition so naturally both sides are going to be strong in the same places.

To speed things up the result is another fake trial and fake hanging taking place on June 21st 1877… Right less than a month before the Great Strike. Crazy the coincidences, right? You can read all the details on Famous Trials webpage. (Anything on Famous Trials is a mock case)

Kehoe was grant full pardon in 1970, in part bc a movie was made about the ordeal which starred Sean Connery

This supposed death threat was originally published by Gowen…bc HE is the one that made it.

The other reason is the individual agent, McParlan, He was also the one said to crack the assassination case of Idaho Gov Stu. This was the big fake case that Big Bill Haywood was accused of assassination, also involving dynamite.  

This means we can bet every case involving McParlans is manufactured and they are investigating their own crimes and pretending to catch a bad guy and fake execute them. . Sure, they did muscle and gun for hire but the celebrity cases are all theater. This case shows cooperation with the labor organizers and the opposition, both playing along in a big fat fake trial. 

I just noticed another recurring theme, the fake execution. John Brown, Lincoln assassins, Molly Macguires, Leo Frank

*Other notable names associated with the trial include Campbell, the combination of two agent provocateur families Camp and Bell; Albright; Powell; Morrison; Morse; McClain; Lewis; Green; Price; Hinkley; Howe; Williams; Marks (Marx)

John Morse published his account of the trials though it is unclear in what capacity he was involved, at least in the public eye. J. Morse is also the uncle of Lizzie Borden, the famous axe-welding rich bitch that supposedly slew her family and chopped them up with a hatchet. Hey, another hi-profile celeb mock trial and fake execution. [There are serveral John Morse cover-authors from this time, coincidence I’m Sure]

Media downloads

  • Above is the most accurate portrayal of MM as of yet. It’s so because this is a cheap Dime Novel account that maybe only a child would consider non-fiction. The Pinkerton character and every one of his cases must have been scripted by the Pre-Comic Book action writers and passed of as genuine history. Looking through the lens provided by this article it is laughably obvious real-life cops and villians dont talk or behave like this. *Intro contains one of the few accounts of the formation in the Old Country, based on the ‘Robyn Hood’ archetype.
  • History of industry, manufactury, and commerce by Rand and Avery. Gatekeeper narrative of Indian and Colonial contributions, including construction of quarrys, mines, railroads and canals. [Link] Source has multiple original docs between Pinkerton and Gowen. They are mostly recipts because Pinkerton exists as a legal fiction created by binding-contract magick, These recipts are the spells power source which is the same energy and concept of how fiat currency gets its value. Maritime admiralty law. Pirates. Professional Pocket-Pool Playing (Butt) Pirates
  • History of the Great Riots. The Molly case was the lead in to the 1877 RR Strike. Mollies connection to the railroad means they could serve as an intel group to branch out and help organize the strike. The fake executions provided cover for the agent provocateurs to go out with a new identity and untraceable background. If the Strike was green-lighted at the Philly Expo there should be a corresponding change in the molly cases, maybe the start of the trials, so it would be wrapped up in time. Gowen initiated the beginning with the announcement of further pay cuts, that was the signal. Book contains detailed narrative from 1877.

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