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  • j_four_d j_four_d Jan 7, 2010 5:49 PM Flag

    QWAK,Bad news for Money Markets! :(

    Yo duck... those are mostly not very well known, or not know at all by most people. But lately there seems to be a lot of interest in some of the well know conspiricy theories, and one of the biggest, The Kennedy Assassination, John F. Kennedy specifically. George Norey had people on his late night radeo program who were privvy to a lot of information about it. The group seperately put all the peices together and found all the connections fit when they put it together. They insist that it was Kennedy's vice-president who ordered it. For those that wouldn't know who that was... his name was LBJ. So a lot of information, true or not, is coming out lately and a lot of it will most likely be published in best selling books. Without a doubt, most of it is true. Why? Because the government has always been involved in all kinds of foreign and domestic intrigue. The transfer of power and control of the USTreasury to the private bankers in 1913 is one of the most mis-understood conspiracies that's ever been foisted upon America. And to this day, as bad as it's been in the destruction of this countries wealth, the average person still denies it for what it was and continues to be. Amazing as most of it seems, most of it has been proven but the dumb and uninterested public doesn't want to know any of it, and would rather let it go because their belief always was, and still is, that everything will turn out just fine in time. When it finally plays out and the truth be known, if that's a possibility, they'll just suffer through the results, and eventually find out they could have done something about it before it happened. Have a niZe day!

 
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