Tragedy and Hope with Meria and Richard Grove


5/28/13 Tragedy and Hope with Meria and Richard Grove. 7th anniversary of Project Constellation; life is a participatory sport; 9/11 happened and we all got convicted – Meria; Boston; the Holocaust and the USA; “just following orders” – why? peering; social and population control (physical and mental); Public education; 14% drop in Western IQ’s; by design; why is cursive writing gone? usurped patriotism; Obama’s speeches on internet and domestic terrorism; psychological warfare is real; Control of scene of crime, evidence, media; Where Did the Towers Go? G. Edward Griffin -learn history so it doesn’t repeat; Meria: learn false flags so they don’t repeat; Watergate/Bengazi; conspiracies are the engine of history; outsourcing our minds; what was govt one hundred years ago? Today? Great show.




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2 Responses to "Tragedy and Hope with Meria and Richard Grove"

  1. andie says:

    My mother knew a retired opera singer (Marie Cavan) from the golden age of opera – used to sing with Caruso. Her photo is here http://www.amazon.com/Photo-Marie-Cavan/dp/B00B5XDGOI

    She used to get invited to the Rockefeller estates when she toured Europe.

    She said that the servants told her that the family’s real name was Turkish and pronounced “raw-ghen-mute” (or “row-ghen-mute”, I’m not sure which is closer). They said they were Jews from Turkey. They knew this from hearing the family conversations. When they went from country to country, they changed their name.

    Ms. Cavan knew a lot about the NWO – she said that before WWI in Europe, there were strange incidents – for example, a young man attacked some horses in the street with a knife – she said you see a lot of these types of events (aka “terrorism”) just before a war begins. It’s always a set up – it was then same as now.

  2. debalexander2000@aol.com says:

    When I was in kindergarten, my parents saved money and bought the family a set of Encyclopedia Brittanica and the biggest dictionary they could find. From then on (and, yes, I DID know how to read before I was in the first grade), whenever I asked them a question, they said, “Go look it up.” It wasn’t that they either didn’t know the answers or were too lazy to spend time helping us, it was because they knew how important it was for my brother and me to learn how to self-educate. Also, at least once a week, we all trekked to the library and spent hours perusing the research books and then checked out as many books as was allowed. After dinner and the dishes were done (and after we came back in from playing outside until dark in the summer), we all sat in the living room and we each read books and newspapers. The TV went on for only about an hour a night to watch (usually) one of the comedy variety shows or Ed Sullivan or a Shirley Temple movie. As you and I agree, we were very, VERY lucky to have grown up during the time we did. I tried to a limited degree to create that kind of childhood for my children – and they are all voracious readers, but I think they are anomalies among their peers (which is unfortunate)..

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