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    Magda, is this above all for surreal?! That can't be his photo! That is circa 1950s VOA microphone and it looks to me like a young Colby. The "I will generally ignore and/or delete rude and offensive messages. Please do not email me if you wish to discuss your theories about who killed JFK." is classic.

    "Only the untruth please. Thank you!" Truth about or speculation over truth about JFK = rude and offense?! What bull****! Sad, that there is such a lot of good information on Wiki on non-controversial topics. I tried once to work on a page about a WW2 SS General [about whom I'm researching] and it was useless. They wanted the official story only from 'good' 'official' sources - who have been lying since the War. If that is too controversial for them, forget about the assassinations, covert ops and such. Don't even think of the false-flag ones. My hat is off to those of you who fight the good fight over there. I'd suggest an alternate Wiki on all the subjects they would have made into the Big Lie...a Deep Political Wiki, of sorts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Lemkin View Post
    [ I'd suggest an alternate Wiki on all the subjects they would have made into the Big Lie...a Deep Political Wiki, of sorts.

    Good idea Peter. Sort of like a "Truthipedia"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Lemkin View Post
    Magda, is this above all for surreal?! That can't be his photo! That is circa 1950s VOA microphone and it looks to me like a young Colby. The "I will generally ignore and/or delete rude and offensive messages. Please do not email me if you wish to discuss your theories about who killed JFK." is classic.

    "Only the untruth please. Thank you!" Truth about or speculation over truth about JFK = rude and offense?! What bull****! Sad, that there is such a lot of good information on Wiki on non-controversial topics. I tried once to work on a page about a WW2 SS General [about whom I'm researching] and it was useless. They wanted the official story only from 'good' 'official' sources - who have been lying since the War. If that is too controversial for them, forget about the assassinations, covert ops and such. Don't even think of the false-flag ones. My hat is off to those of you who fight the good fight over there. I'd suggest an alternate Wiki on all the subjects they would have made into the Big Lie...a Deep Political Wiki, of sorts.
    Yes! All true unfortunately. Just click the link and see for yourself. I did it just a few seconds ago to make sure it is still there. And it is. :what:
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