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The many historical JFK assassination films – analysis, notes, and review of the historical films

// February 6th, 2013 // No Comments » // Government

Given that the Zapruder JFK assassination film is shown so often, many people are unaware that there are more than one John F. Kennedy assassination films in existence. In fact, there are several. In the video below, we have assembled four different JFK assassination films. Each one is shown at its normal speed followed by […]

The U.S. cover-up of cancer-causing virus contaminates in polio and other public vaccinations

// January 31st, 2013 // 1 Comment » // Government

A government carries a mighty weight upon its shoulders. It is responsible for the protection, health, and well-being of each of its citizens. In most instances, governments succeed in that capacity. But what happens when the entity responsible for protecting its citizens instead causes them great harm? Some aspects of the story below may be […]

The virus conspiracy – how the government hid the truth right under your nose [VIDEO]

// January 29th, 2013 // No Comments » // Government

Captivating, eye-opening, and thought provoking, this presentation begins with a history of the polio vaccination and the fiasco that occurred in 1960 when it was discovered that tens of millions of people had been injected with polio vaccinations that were accidentally infected with the cancer-causing SV40 virus. The video then briefly discusses the JFK assassination […]

Secret places Google Earth doesn’t want you to see

// January 10th, 2013 // No Comments » // Government

Possibly one of the easiest ways to find secret government projects is to look at how well they are hidden in Google Earth. Government agencies, corporations, or private individuals can request that Google block satellite views of their location from Google Earth users. Some requests to “hide” their location are trivial while others can be […]

Did John Dillenger really die?

// December 27th, 2012 // No Comments » // Government

In 1934, the disillusioned American public considered John a hero, lauding his bold antics such as holding up police stations and clever prison breakouts (once by threatening officers with a wooden gun). But J. Edgar Hoover, the Director of the FBI, thought otherwise and declared John Dillinger Public Enemy Number One and vowed that they […]