THE CONVERSATION WITH CLANCEY HAPPENED A FEW HOURS AGO, ITS FRESH ⚖️More conversations with Mehal Satanist Rockefeller & CIA Asset Clancey on a Sat Phone from Antarctica - you can't make this shit up !(PLEASE NOTE, IF THIS DOES NOT MAKE SENSE PLEASE GO BACK & ACQUAINT YOURSELVES WITH EVENT ZERO TV'S OTHER VIDEO DROPS SEQUENTIALLY).Clancey even gives Youtube Listeners a Shout Out :)Keeping in mind Chris VanCoutren is from the esteemed Van Coutren family.."The Van Coutren kids—all 12 of them—hold the record for the number of siblings serving in the U.S. military at the same time, in the same war. Eight of those children were born in Brookfield between 1912 and 1923 to Leo and Emma Van Coutren; the other four were born previously in Kewanee, Illinois between 1905 and 1909. The Van Coutren children’s names were Victor, Vincent, Rita, Paul, John, Adine, Thomas, James, Leo, Joseph, Cyril, and Helen. Their father, Leo, had also come from a large family; he had 15 brothers and sisters. At the age of 16, Leo started working as a window dresser at Lay and Lyman in Kewanee, Illinois. Leo married Emma Elizabeth Maguire in 1904, and moved his growing family from Kewanee to Brookfield sometime near the end of the first decade of the 20th Century. Working for the Halliburton Dry Goods Store at 215 North Main St. in Brookfield, Leo made their display cases the talk of the town. That building would later become the home of the Mattingly’s department store, but is no longer standing. In 1926 the Van Coutrens lived at 327 East Sedgwick St. in Brookfield. Shortly before the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese on December 7, 1941, the three oldest Van Coutren boys joined the U.S. Navy, longing for “opportunity and adventure.” They didn’t have to wait for long. Although he didn’t arrive at Peal Harbor until three days after the ‘day that [would] live in infamy,’ Paul Van Coutren recalled the surreal scene with wreckage from the sneak attack still smoldering. Soon after the outbreak of hostilities with Japan, the other nine Van Coutren children began enlisting. By 1943, six of the Van Coutrens had joined the Navy, two enlisted in the Marine Corps, one signed up with the Merchant Marine, and the three daughters enlisted in the Women’s Army Corps (WAC). Shortly after Jim Van Coutren—the last of the Van Coutren children to join the war effort—enlisted in the Marines, Emma tersely wrote to President Roosevelt, “I am sorry to inform you, Mr. President, that the source of our supply is gone; you’ll have to recruit elsewhere.” FDR responded in a letter to Mrs. Van Coutren, “It is an admirable record. I congratulate you upon your family’s demonstration of practical patriotism.” Having every one of her children away from home in the military may not have been very ‘practical’ for Emma and Leo Van Coutren at all. But in addition to supplying a squad of fighting men and women, the parents of those 12 enlistees also supported the war effort stateside. Leo and Emma toured with Bob Hope and Kate Smith, selling war bonds at every show they attended, and Emma worked in a war munitions plant here in Missouri. Paul’s daughter, Rita Hauf, stated years later, “My grandmother was very proud of her children, but she was also very worried. My dad said her hair got gray pretty quick.” Initially, three of the Van Coutren brothers served together on the aircraft carrier Lexington, but after the five Sullivan brothers serving together on the light cruiser USS Juneau perished on or about Nov. 13, 1942 along with all but 10 survivors, the three Van Coutren boys were split up as a matter of policy. Tragically, when the Juneau sank, there were about 100 survivors in the water, but due to concerns about breaking radio silence and the possibility of Japanese submarines lurking in the area, eight days passed before the handful of survivors were rescued. The rest drowned or were devoured by sharks. The survivors reported that Frank, Joe, and Matt Sullivan had died instantly when the Juneau was torpedoed; Al Sullivan drowned the next day, and George Sullivan lasted four or five days before voluntarily going over the side of the life raft he was in; he was simply too grief-stricken to continue fighting for his life. As a result of the devastating loss of the five Sullivan brothers, the U.S. Navy adopted the Sole Survivor Policy, a measure drafted to prevent further loss to any one single family once one of its members was killed in combat. Splitting siblings up became a way of spreading risk to avoid a catastrophic loss to any one family."And here we have Chris' business partner Mehal Rockefeller stepping much deeper in the proverbial shit.Enjoy.
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