But Who Is Edward L. Chiarini Jr.?
In an October 2018 post on his WellAware1.com site and accompanying video published on YouTube Edward Chiarini AKA “DallasGoldbug” theorizes that James Tracy is really Marvin Bush, son of US President George H.W. Bush, and the younger brother of President George W. Bush and Florida Governor “Jeb” Bush. What is more, Tracy is in reality working for the Department of Homeland Security HSEEP program.
The evidence includes a photo taken by the Palm Beach Post during the December 2017 trial as we entered the Federal Courthouse in West Palm Beach. (The photo in fact appears as if it has been Photoshopped to enlarge the forehead and make us look about 30 pounds heavier than we actually are.)
As part of his proof we’re a deep state actor, Chiarini makes the claim that college professors in Florida need “teacher certification.” In fact, this is only the case for K-12 educators. He then offers “proof” that “James L. Tracy Jr.’s” certification expired years ago. This, so the theory goes, apparently allowed Marvin to take on “Tracy’s” identity.
Chiarini also claims that, as a result of publicizing such trailblazing “research,” his YouTube channel has been terminated, suggesting that MemoryHoleBlog and/or its supporters have lodged complaints against his videos with the platform. We can assure you this is not the case. MHB has likewise been subject to such censorship.
Chairini’s work involves the use of photographic images to make often outrageous claims that certain celebrities and public figures are assuming multiple false identities while presumably fulfilling a grand conspiracy. With such material he appears to have cultivated a loyal body of followers.
The upshot of such wild-eyed assertions is to make genuine analyses of official/news narratives of mass casualty events appear preposterous, as a MHB commenter noted on Facebook after we shared Chiarini’s post there.
Indeed, Chiarini’s visual studies seeking to “expose” the alleged false identities of public figures by purportedly analyzing their ear and facial measurements is rivaled only by Alex Jones’ over-the-top tirades à la Sam Kinison that warn of the New World Order’s imminent threat to humankind. This is not to suggest that the essence of such arguments lack merit, but rather emphasize that the form of each in effect tends to “make true researchers appear as crazy as” they and their followers, and thus much easier to pigeonhole and dismiss.
To be sure, there is an element of truth in Chiarini’s work. As conspiracy researcher Ole Dammegard argues, it is not uncommon for especially wealthy individuals who may also be public personas to “fake” their deaths and assume entirely new identities and lives. Only the likely compensated (or blackmailed) cooperation of a government entity or two and a competent plastic surgeon are necessary to “seal the deal.”
Everyday folks with limited means who attempt to cash in on life insurance polices via similar methods are seldom as successful, as Elizabeth Greenwood confirms in her book, Playing Dead: A Journey Through the World of Death Fraud.
The Tracy/Bush comparison is reminiscent of how in early 2013 following our appearance on The Alex Jones Show some obscure YouTubers theorized that James Tracy did not exist, but was in fact Alex Jones impersonating the college professor.
Who Is Edward L. Chiarini Jr.?
Originally from Lockwood New York, Edward L. Chiarini Jr. has had numerous run-ins with the law. The most recent took place in Michigan in 2018 where he was charged with driving without a license and felony possession of methamphetamines.
The blogger claims in the aforementioned video that the arrest was a set up by the Department of Homeland Security, and likely in response to his incendiary research.
Chiarini has a military background wherein both he and his father served in the US Marines and US Air Force respectively. Documentation of his early years is sketchy, as evidenced by his biography available in a 2011 post on WellAware1.com and retrieved from the WebArchive.
Mr. Chiarini was born June 16th 1973 in Millington, Tennessee, while his mother was visiting his father, a Marine stations on the Naval base [sic]. At age 7 he was flow back to Aston Pennsylvania, a small town just south of Philadelphia, where he grew up with his Grandparents [sic].
The first six years of Chiarini’s life are unaccounted for, although it appears that he was raised on a military base and orphaned. One can only guess what happened during these most formative years while under US military auspices. Chiarini was also commissioned by JFK assassination researcher Robert Groden as an illustrator to Groden’s High Treason before joining the US Air Force. He subsequently acted as a co-producer of the documentary, JFK The Case For Conspiracy.
Significantly, Chiarini’s 2011 autobiographical sketch further describes the origins of “WellAware1” as unrelated to his present “research … focusing on coverups and media manipulation of facts.” Rather, the project was an explicit commercial venture for parental monitoring of children’s online activity. This stemmed from his knowledge of wireless technology and web design presumably learned during his years in the US military. “After leaving the Air Force,” the bio reads,
Mr. Chiarini focused his talents on educating parents about the dangers that the web has to offer, empowering them with effective tools to monitor their children online. The success and positive changes that his friends and clients experienced using these tools was immediately evident. They convinced Ed to put these tools together to lecture other parents about what they can do to stand strong and aware for their families.
Most importantly, Chiarini’s “New” WellAware1.com “Web Site” underwent a complete transformation from this parental-child monitoring endeavor in late 2011–a time that also immediately precedes the curious rise in high profile mass shootings under the pro-gun control Obama administration.
These mass casualty events include the Wisconsin Sikh Temple shooting, the Aurora Colorado Theatre shooting, and the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, all of which transpired within the year of WellAware1 embarking on its new “Mission.” In the lead up to the relaunch Chiarini self-declaredly devotes all of his attention and output to “present[ing] the facts about current events that are used to manipulate the perception of the general public.”
The capture of WellAware1.com below was added to the WebArchive in mid December of 2011.
As the recent and easily debunked “James Tracy is Marvin Bush” claim illustrates, this has amounted to generating as much unfounded and outrageous content as possible, all of which could potentially be misidentified with truly independent and sincere analyses of mass casualty events. The project thus undermines the credibility of true research in the eyes of the public, well-intentioned public officials, and any mainstream journalist willing to listen.
Alex Jones and Ed Chiarini are indeed “well aware” of their often outrageous behavior and claims, which together act to undermine the Truth movement from within. They are in all likelihood deep state psychological operations inevitably thwarting genuine journalistic efforts toward public accountability. Their fifth column work greatly hastens the fight to curtail “conspiracy theories” (e.g. public speech, deliberation and dissent) and Constitutionally-protected speech in the United States, a battle already been won in other areas of the world by the forces out to destroy free speech.
 As we argued here several months ago, an entire body of online research over the past several years has been devoted to supporting the idea that Bill Hicks faked his death, only to “return” as talk show host Alex Jones. The notion seems fanciful until one considers the evidence more carefully.