THIS....Is Not Our Conspiracy Rather... It's Theirs.
WARNING. This page contains disturbing and graphic content!
You MUST show and explain this to your children.....
As Soon as they are ABLE to understand.
Frank Zappa figured it out in 1966
I wore this record out in 1974
'They' NEED World Hunger!
And These Five are Only Puppets!
It's ALL Social Engineering~Not Convinced? Consider the Evidence of the last 50 Years Hidden in Plain Sight~For those With Eyes To see!
If this doesn't give you a WTF moment...
You only need to hear...
'I just got a VERY...
.. I'm not on speaker phone am I?'
'Yeah, you are. I'll take you off...'
...to begin to figure out this outrageous atrocity
Who sent the 'VERY'
The bigger question is WHY?
Lest you've forgotten....
Don't worry The government has your back
In Their Crosshairs
Twenty-eight National Guard soldiers fired about 67 rounds over 13 seconds, killing four students and wounding nine others, one of whom suffered permanent paralysis. Students Allison Krause, 19, Jeffrey Glenn Miller, 20, and Sandra Lee Scheuer, 20, died on the scene, while William Knox Schroeder, 19, was pronounced dead at Robinson Memorial Hospital in nearby Ravenna shortly afterward
John Filo's Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph of Mary Ann Vecchio kneeling over the dead body of Jeffrey Miller minutes after the unarmed student was fatally shot by an Ohio National Guardsman.
Sensitive to the need for sublety....
'This is a heart attack gun?'
Senator Frank Church (left) holds aloft the “heart attack gun” during a public hearing
The finished projectile would be fired from a modified Colt M1911 pistol equipped with an electrical firing mechanism. It had an effective range of 100 meters and was virtually noiseless when fired.
Shellfish toxins, which are known to completely shut down the cardiovascular system in concentrated doses, would spread to the victim’s heart, mimicking a heart attack and causing death within minutes.
All that would be left behind was a tiny red dot where the dart entered the body, undetectable to those who didn’t know to look for it.