You See What Happens…

Source: cannabisculture.com

Everyone talks about changing the world.

Everybody talks about a revolution.

Everybody talks about telling everyone what they do.

Everybody talks about clearing up all the confusion.

Some even try to do all that.

Whether they fail or not is another story.

But those who do face the grim fate of  John Lennon.

Apart from the conspiracy theories, John Lennon’s murder, which is one of the many murders like these, is a loud and clear message to anyone who tries to become a Working Class Hero or tries to challenge the world establishment and the governments and whoever talks about giving the people their rights, freedom of speech and the basic right to live or the usual revolutionary crap.  Yeah, it’s that bad.

So if you are thinking about becoming a revolutionary, consider John Lennon’s murder a death threat to you.

You have been warned.

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One Response

  1. World Vision was part of that scheme and they did some nasty things. They ran the refugee camp in Sabra-Shatilla where the fascist Phalange was allowed in to kill the Palestinians. They ran the Cuban and Thai refugee camps in the United States. The assassin — who eventually shot John Lennon — worked at the Thai refugee camps out in Arkansas that World Vision operated there. They ran these camps brutally, forcing people into political education against Castro, refusing to feed people, beating people — by many reports — and bringing in Alpha 66 and Omega 7 people (the worst of the killing teams — or murder squads — of the anti-Castro Cubans in the United States) to run the camps in Florida, Fort Chafey in Arkansas and other places where the Cuban exiles were. These people came in and there were eventually riots in the Cuban refugee camps against their treatment there. And the eventual assassin of John Lennon just happened to work there.

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