It only takes one hole to slowly sink a boat. The official Ottawa shooting storyline has more than one such hole. The following suggests the widely-reported October 22, 2014 Ottawa shooting was a staged event.
Former Australian Police Officer and prominent Port Arthur Massacre researcher Andrew MacGregor will discuss his research on the October 29 edition of Real Politik with James Tracy.
Mr. MacGregor maintains that Australia is years ahead of the United States in the how the enforcement of international gun control measures proceeds.
The purpose of this article is to demonstrate that the present situation in Australia in regard to the criminal events such as the recent spate of ‘Drive-by’ shootings in Sydney is the continuation of the same events dating from 1987 when the Australian Federal Government attempted to usurp the various State and Territory rights in regards to firearms.
Memory Hole’s E–Book of the Month
Beginning this month and hereafter Memory Hole Blog intends to present and make available an important book-length work that is either obscure or forgotten, may have fallen out of print, and yet is freely available on the internet. The purpose of the monthly post is to rekindle awareness and discussion on a select number of important titles, while providing an organizing component to these volumes that have fallen into “The Memory Hole.”
How many of today’s so-called “lone wolf terrorists” have been covertly manipulated to carry out their actions? Were “solitary” political assassins such Lee Harvey Oswald, James Earl Ray, Sirhan Sirhan, Mark David Chapman, and John Hinckley Jr., products of mind control techniques? This important book, published close to four decades ago, cogently documents the US government’s concerted involvement in mind control projects, some of which are now fully operational.
Is Ebola a fraud? Is it being used by certain forces for broader political purposes? Fresno State University Criminology Professor Jason Kissner joins James Tracy on Real Politik for a dynamic discussion addressing the important series of articles the former has written for Global Research dissecting the Ebola phenomenon and its accompanying media frenzy.
In 2008 media studies scholar Jack Bratich introduced the concept of conspiracy panics to interpret powerful government and media reactions to the “collective intelligence” activities enacted by laypersons and evident within broader forms of popular culture.
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