Diseases that are heavily promoted for their fear factor and subsequent money/vaccinations angles must be examined. Is the whole ebola media event new? Doesn’t seem like it.
Polio was the big one in the 50s and 60s. I knew someone who had a permanent limp due to “polio”, so I don’t doubt that people were affected by something en mass. It’s just the explanation that doesn’t wash, and puts in doubt the whole concept of virology in general.
This fascinating timeline showing insecticide, pesticide, and other widely used and absorbed chemicals, and how the times coincided with “outbreaks” and “vaccinations”, is instructive in showing that medical outbreaks may be nothing more than smokescreens to allow the investigation and withdrawal of industrial chemicals in society.
Remember that Africa is using long banned from the 1st World pesticides and industrial processes in large numbers. It’s no coincidence that they are at the epicenter of “outbreaks” and “diseases” now. It’s simply a repeating pattern/template that occurred long before today’s generation’s memories or histories.
A history of polio relevant to a rethinking of the infectious causation of polio.
Good discussion (usual caveats apply to the source) of how 9/11 can end a conversation when brought up.
Dale Pierce 9/11 Rekindled AE911Truth volunteer Dale Pierce returns to discuss his outreach efforts to firefighters, the significance of the term rekindled, as well as the environment of fear and silence that hes witnessed which inhibits discussion of what really happened on 9/11
One of the more amusing stories to come out of NASA’s fun fakery labs. Is there a youtube of an exploding poop rocket? That would be messy.
However, instead of designing special rockets to burn the waste, human waste can be converted into methane, resulting in enough power for rockets to bring astronauts home from exploring the moon or even more distant targets.
“The moon base would process the fecal matter into methane, a flammable gas that can be used to produce fuel for modern rockets. New techniques will see 290 liters of the gas per crew every day produced over the course of a week.”
Citing evidence such as the fact that there are no stars in shots sent back by the lander – and there was no live video, conspiracy theorists believe the whole thing was a fake.
The website Gutter Trash says, ‘No amount of media manipulation and computer generated images (CGI) can hide the fact that landing a tiny space probe on a comet speeding through space some 300 million miles from Earth is a technological impossibility.’
Even by the standards of internet conspiracy theories, it’s a good one – believers think the entire thing was orchestrated by the CIA to ‘condition’ mankind for a planned, man-made asteroid attack on Earth.
No, not really. The only thing real is NASA’s and now the ESA’s manufacture of fake footage to make us think they are doing something with all the alleged money they are allocated. Perhaps the majority of their budget is straight up stolen, and they are only given a small amount for bad video/photo fakery production. That would make more sense considering the lack of quality and production from their studios.