fix articles 24533, gulf war vets
Shakespeare's Codex (tags)
"Shakespeare's Codex" is an article on the use of a common M.O. by the world's Illuminati controlled intelligence service to conceal the real nature of their clandestine operations through the use of a front man. The M.O. was developed and perfected in Elizabethan England under the control of H.M.S.S. head Sir Francis Bacon, who employed the Shakespeare authorship deception by using Will Shaksper, the commoner as the front man in order to conceal the identity of the true propagandist for National Security Reasons. The file "osws" contains the evidence. It features a portrait painting comparison of Edward de Vere, the Earl of Oxford and William Shakespeare. To view it 1) Call up the file using Powerpoint 2) Press F5 on your keyboard 3) Click the left side of your mouse 6 times. The display shows the bard on the right receiving back his hair so that he more closely resembles the man he was on the left at age 36 when he sat for a portrait under his own name, Edward de Vere. The M.O. of the front man has been used more latterly in the form of John Wilkes Booth, assassin of President Lincoln, Jack the Ripper, Lee Harvey Oswald, patsy of JFK assassination, Timothy McVeigh, Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Bureau front man, Osama bin Laden, boggy man terrorist blamed for 9-11 inside job, Moussaoui, mind-controlled fall guy for 9-11, etc.
RW: Gulf War Vets: Resisting And Telling The Truth (tags)
Gulf War Vets: Resisting and Telling the Truth, Part 1 (tags)
U.S. military veterans who fought in the Gulf War know the real story behind the official American story. They live with what they saw and what they did. As U.S. imperialism rushes toward another war on Iraq, many of these vets feel compelled to tell what they experienced, first-hand, about U.S. crimes in Iraq.
Vote to Prevent War? (text) (tags)
Vote to Prevent War? (text)