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    JFK – A Very British Coup

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    There is an absolute mountain of both circumstantial and physical evidence plus hundreds of eye-witness testimonies, that points to the ‘real’ perpetrators in the Kennedy assassination plot and therefore I believe it is now fair to conclude that it was certainly not an individual ‘lone nut’ gunman who carried out the assassination and neither was it one isolated group such as the CIA, the Mafia, MI6, the Secret Service, the FBI, the Cubans etc. Whilst each of these individual elements may have had their own specific agendas and motives for carrying out the ‘coup,’ for that it most surely was, there can now be no doubt that the assassination was a result of an extensive, highly-organised and co-ordinated, joint-campaign, of necessity involving almost every element of the American establishment and to a lesser extent, Israel, directed by forces of the British ‘Crown.’

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    RMS OLYMPIC

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    So what was the real story behind the sinking of RMS Titanic, one of two almost identical twin sister ships, in 1912?… “The Titanic didn’t sink! The ship that went down in the North Atlantic in 1912 was the Olympic, the Titanic’s sister ship… Both ships were owned by the White Star Line, which was part of J.P. Morgan’s investment empire. The company had reason and opportunity to switch the identities of these luxury liners in order to commit massive insurance fraud. In this book, John Hamer theorizes that, instead of selling her for scrap and taking a huge loss, which might have bankrupted the Morgan venture, the decision was made to switch identities, destroy the Olympic (now posing as the Titanic), collect the insurance, and continue operating the Titanic profitably (now posing as the Olympic). You’ll be amazed at how much compelling evidence there is to support this conclusion.” G Edward Griffin, author and researcher.

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    The Falsification of History

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    This book relates the current, insidious plight facing the human race as a direct result of a grand deception that has been imposed upon it for tens of thousands of years if not longer.

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    The Falsification of Science

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    Unlike the subject of this book’s predecessor and sister volume, The Falsification of History, science is usually systematically falsified for two quite distinct reasons…

    Firstly, as with history it may be falsified for political expediency, that is for the purpose of maintaining and propounding a false paradigm which supports the ongoing political agenda, but secondly and most commonly, science is often falsified for financial gain, usually directly benefitting the ruling Elite corporatocracy in some way.

    But how can this possibly be true? Surely there would be a huge number of people ‘whistle-blowing’ and exposing these perpetrators as the criminals and frauds they surely are?’

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    Titanic’s Last Secret

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    This book came about as a result of the years of research undertaken by the author into the ‘real’ facts surrounding the Titanic disaster of 1912 for his previous, non-fiction work, RMS Olympic, first published in 2013.

    In that book he propounded and expanded upon the theory, backed up with plenty of evidence both provable and circumstantial, that all was not as it seemed regarding that awful tragedy of more than a century previously.

    This story has therefore been constructed around all the information he unearthed and although overall the story is fictional, particularly the latter-day element, much of what happened in the ‘flashback’ sections is based on actual incidents and sometimes even on specific conversations that have been recorded as having actually taken place.

    In summary, this novel may be regarded as a ‘best guess’ as to what really happened in 1908-1912 culminating in that freezing, fateful night of so long ago and the author trusts that you, the reader will both appreciate and even enjoy the alternative approach to those sad events and acknowledge that there is no intention on his part to dishonour the 1500 departed souls or to in any way denigrate either their memories or their entirely avoidable deaths.

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    Welcome to the Masquerade

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    Geopolitical authors and researchers John Hamer and Shannon Rowan team-up to expose a massive hoax, second to none in human history.
    In this book they will take the reader on a journey deep down the rabbit hole while exploring a wide variety of political and esoteric topics—unmasking the main players and their control agendas at the heart of the world’s great masquerade of 2020-2022.

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    Behind The Curtain – Volume 1

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    December 1968 saw a landmark court case in the appropriately named township of Credit River, Minnesota, USA. First National Bank of Montgomery vs. Daly was an epic courtroom drama and although unsurprisingly, not widely reported either at the time or subsequently, is actually extremely significant.

    Jerome Daly a lawyer by profession, defended himself against the bank’s attempted foreclosure on his $14,000 mortgage on the grounds that there was no ‘consideration’ for the loan. ‘Consideration’ in legalese, refers to ‘the item exchanged’ and is an essential element of any legal contract. Daly contended that the bank offered ‘no consideration’ for his loan on the grounds that they had ‘created the money out of thin air’ by bookkeeping entry and had therefore not suffered a loss (another relevant point of law) by his refusal or inability to pay back the money.

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    Behind the Curtain – Volume 2

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    Behind The Curtain: Volume 2

    • Please note, this is Volume 2

    December 1968 saw a landmark court case in the appropriately named township of Credit River, Minnesota, USA. First National Bank of Montgomery vs. Daly was an epic courtroom drama and although unsurprisingly, not widely reported either at the time or subsequently, is actually extremely significant.

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