The newly elected chairman of the Travis County GOP, which includes Austin, Texas, is a conspiracy theorist who swears frequently. In this 2011 clip from the Austin American-Statesman, Robert Morrow gives a tour of his library of hundreds of conspiracy books.
What occult practices have the Nazis, and now NASA, employed to communicate and channel entities into our dimension? What is the real purpose of the billions going into particle colliders like CERN? What is Blue Beam, a faked alien invasion, or something much more sinister? How does this play into the New World Order?
Why does Madonna have a DNA clean up crew? Did Madonna show the Mark of the Beast at the Superbowl? Is this the very same Mark shown by Russell Brand?
Did Michael Jackson die or is there a much deeper mystery involving The Nine gods of Egypt that were channeled by the elite? Is there any reality to Stargate SG1 or Battlestar Galactica? How have Space Command, the FBI, and the CIA influenced our understanding of inter-dimensional gods and the genetic creation of mankind?
Aleister Crowley, The Beast 666, changed the world forever, as his beliefs take their deepest roots in society, what did Crowley have to say about Transhumanism and the industrial use of blood and semen? Can this explain Lady Gaga’s use of blood and semen in her new perfume line? What is the secret meaning of Monster Drink’s logo? How many times have you seen 666 and not realized?
Filmed by Floyd Anderson
War is Some Bad S#!%
with Angela Keaton and Scott Horton
The Message from NPR: “Thanks Government … for being creative in ‘covering-up’ something less important than war and other criminalities…'”January 18th, 2014 by admin
What’s Inside This Mystery House In North Carolina?
From the outside, it’s nothing special. Just another 1970s-era house with a landscaped yard, white columns, and green shutters. Thousands of people drive past the split-level on Wade Avenue in Raleigh every month, without a second glance.
And that’s just what its owners intended — because this house is far more unusual than its appearance would suggest.
You can learn the unexpectedly amazing truth about “the house at 3215 Wade Avenue” from NPR member station WUNC. We won’t spoil it for you here, but the station’s Eric Mennel got to the bottom of things in that he says had its roots in a post on Reddit.
“Thanks for my husband’s brain tumor… and many others, Tom”
Activists in California from Stopsmartmeters.org confronted Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler at a speech in Silicon Valley this week to bring up the link between cancer and cell phones.
Several activists can be heard interrupting Wheeler throughout his speech, asking why the FCC has ignored safety issues surrounding cell phones, cell towers and smart meters.
“Hey Tom, how many people have to die from brain cancer before the federal government puts warning labels on cell phones?” one activist shouts.
Wheeler can be seen ignoring the questions, even smiling when the activist asks how much he is being paid by the Obama administration. Despite the onslaught of questions, Wheeler ignores the activist’s concerns and instead makes light of the situation.
“John, it’s great to be here!” Wheeler jokes as the crowd bursts into laughter.
Although event staff can immediately be seen removing the unknown activist from the room, several others soon stand up.
“Thanks for my husbands brain tumor and many others, Tom,” a woman shouts.Wheeler attempts to brush off concern by giving the crowd a bureaucratic answer with no substance. Several more activists are removed from the room before the video’s end.
Just last year, Storyleak’s Anthony Gucciardi joined RT’s The Truthseeker to break down the the known dangers of cellphone use, an issue widely overlooked by mainstream media.
Note: The title (“We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks”) is false. It directly implies that WikiLeaks steals secrets. In fact, the statement is made by former CIA/NSA director Michael Hayden in relation to the activities of US government spies, not in relation to WikiLeaks. This an irresponsible libel. Not even critics in the film say that WikiLeaks steals secrets.