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Review: “A Lie Too Big To Fail” – Lisa Pease On The Robert Kennedy Assassination

September 22, 2019
Review: “A Lie Too Big To Fail” – Lisa Pease On The Robert Kennedy Assassination

I remember June 6th 1968 very well. It was my younger brother’s birthday, bright and sunny. My parents had intentionally left the morning paper where I could see it, and the banner headline announced that Senator Robert Kennedy had been killed. It was a familiar feeling as I recalled when President John Kennedy was shot, […]

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Authors Joe Green And Lisa Pease Weigh In On “The Parallax View”, Mind Control

May 27, 2019
Authors Joe Green And Lisa Pease Weigh In On “The Parallax View”, Mind Control

Author Joseph Green has written some great analysis of one of the most famous conspiracy movies ever; “The Parallax View”, starring Warren Beatty. “The Parallax View” pulls the curtain back on one of the most secret programs developed by psychologists working for intelligence agencies; the program to create a “Manchurian Candidate”. That is, a program […]

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The Robert Kennedy Assassination – 50 Years Later The Truth Comes Out

June 5, 2018
The Robert Kennedy Assassination – 50 Years Later The Truth Comes Out

A full 50 years after the assassination of Robert Kennedy, something significant appears to be happening; real reporting on the subject. The establishment mythology is that Kennedy was shot by lone gunman Sirhan-Sirhan in the kitchen of The Ambassador Hotel. But sources as mainstream as The Washington Post are seriously addressing the actual facts: Kennedy […]

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The Hypno-Programmed Assassin

December 1, 2013
The Hypno-Programmed Assassin

Back in July we looked at new technology for advertising that uses “Voice to skull technology”, where messages can be broadcast into a person’s head and only that person can hear it. This technology is now being used to play adds for people as they walk by billboards for instance. It has also long been […]

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