Thursday, May 22, 2008

What's in a name???

The title of this blog, Below Mile Zero, was initially posted as a commentary to the anomaly at the end of Highway 1 in Key West, Florida. (see posting further below)

Apparently, judging by the research I've been doing on drug smuggling, theft, outlaw behavior, and government conspiracies referenced in the novel (Below Mile Zero) by Brooke Babineau, the title may be indicative of a sub-culture of wolves in sheeps' clothing.

The publishers of Below Mile Zero have posted the beginning of the novel, through Chapter 1, online at the web site supporting the author at: look for the Free Sample link.

And while you're there, this is a site worth exploring.

I encourage readers to visit this one; it's a treat.
Recommended link:

Read about the goings on behind the bureaucracies. News that we won't see on FOX.
And the hits keep on happening: The deeper I go down the rabbit hole of government conspiracies to steal/smuggle/lie/cheat/obstruct justice the more insanity I find. Check out this article that outlines a case that defies reason or logic:

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

According to the Reuters article, dated May 1, 2008, the reason why drug
smuggling cocaine) flights from Venezuela have shifted from Haiti to the Dominican Republic, quoting the US Joint Interagency Task Force in Key West, is that the unstable government in Haiti makes for a bad-for-business environment.

Understandably, to successfully operate outside the law it would be favorable to have a solid, stable playing field supported by a strong (they have all the guns) government, a government in need of money and not above doing a little business with criminal elements.

Consider Cuba; a politically stable country, and one in need of money, that has little love for the United States. How unlikely is Cuba's willingness to serve as a base of operations for drug smuggling to the US?

Many believe Tom Clancy's novels (Debt of Honor , 1994; Executive Orders, 1996) contained the blueprint for the attack on the World Trade Center, by using commercial jets asbalistic missiles.

Generated as a work of fiction, perhaps "Below Mile Zero, the new novel by Brooke Babineau, may be a case of real life imitating fiction?

Saturday, May 17, 2008

For more information about the author, Brooke Babineau, check out

A free read of the Below Mile Zero novel can be found at the following link: