— U.S. Citizen Abroad (@USCitizenAbroad) December 24, 2021
Over the last ten years, the Isaac Brock Society has been a source of research and education. It has also been a source of news reporting:
“Reporting On What The Mainstream Media Would Never Have The Courage To Report”
For example …
On December 24, 2011 Brock (per Petros) was the first to report the arrest of Santa Claus along with the shocking accusation of Santa’s possible US citizenship.
Breaking News: Santa Claus arrested
Posted on December 24, 2011 by Petros Posted in Issues regarding US persons abroad, reductio ad absurdum 18 Comments
U.S. Federal agents arrested Santa Claus earlier today at the North Pole. Special Christmas Edition (Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night!)
The United States Department of Fish and Wildlife has arrested Santa Claus, an elusive figure with many aliases (e.g., St. Nicholas). On the morning of 24 December, 150 heavily armed Fish and Wildlife special agents raided Claus’ North Pole compound, seized several tons of exotic woods forbidden by the Lacey Act, arrested Santa Claus and a female accomplice identified only as Mrs. Claus, and liberated thousands of diminutive slave labourers known only as “Elves”. Claus has been charged with multiple counts of money laundering, illegal exportation of currency, illegally importing into the United States toys made of contraband–rare woods, ivory and other banned substances. He has also been charged with violations of slave labor and child labor laws, hundreds of patent and trademark violations, and illegally entering and exiting the United States. Indeed, Fish and Wildlife agents also seized an unidentified aircraft called a “sleigh” which had numerous secret compartments holding the contraband. Fish and Wildlife agents charged Mr. Claus with animal cruelty with regard to the caribou that he used to launch this “sleigh”.
Thanking Petros for his brilliant investigative reporting and for creating (in 2016) Petro’s 12 Principles which can be found here.