Daily Archives: August 30, 2016

Hollywool fights back: Denial: The David Irving story 

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Denial is a potent word or spell craft often foisted upon truthers. 
Most fakeologists are painted as 9/11 deniers. 

The Holocaust is the most contentious event of the 20th century. Really,  the whole WW2 narrative is possibly one of the most successful exercises in propaganda, genocide, rearranged borders, looting, and false stories that has ever occurred.

David Irving is an interesting  character. Knowing what we know about controlled opposition, the fact that he is now the subject of a movie is disturbing. If he’s real, was his original message compromised? I’m not sure, I’d have to study him more. 

Either way,  Hollywool is staying ahead of the narrative by giving you a new dose of ideas (known as propaganda). 

I’m sure this is a holocaust history booster shot.   

There are many alternative history researchers. I advocate reviewing all of them and drawing your own opinion. 

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Not all sheeps get sheared

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Caller Lynn from Maryland makes for a great guest. He reminds me of Joey from CT. 

“Not long ago, I saw Billy Graham join with Shecky Green, Red Buttons, Dionne Warwick, Milton Berle and other theologians in a tribute to George Burns, who was celebrating himself for surviving eighty years in show business. The Reverend Graham exchanged one-liners with Burns about making preparations for Eternity. Although the Bible makes no mention of it, the Reverend Graham assured the audience that God loves those who make people laugh. It was an honest mistake. He merely mistook NBC for G

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