Monday, January 13, 2014

Who You Gonna Call? Ghost Writers Spin Government Propaganda

The magazine headline reads “Conspiracies”, below that it reads “Mysteries, Secrets & Lies” and farther down in the middle of the front page is a picture of papers being shredded. Even lower, smack in the middle of the front page reads “Confidential”. I couldn’t resist, so I purchased the magazine a few weeks ago which was sitting on a shelf in a large grocery store.

I could see that the magazine covered most of the recent major government false flags, historic high crimes, scandals, and high profile government secrets all piled into one magazine mostly for the sake of entertainment. Actually, I would venture to suggest that the purpose of the "Conspiracies" magazine is to fictionalize government crimes and agendas, so they appear as tales of wild (unrealistic) conspiracies in the minds of those that are not awakened. Those who are asleep in the matrix of government lies will predictably and comfortably fall for such pile of what they consider entertainment that endorses how you already think. I don’t imagine anyone who is truly and sincerely looking for the truth will rely on this ‘Conspiracies’ magazine for verifiable facts and accurate historical accounts of things that have happened. That would lead one to conclude with reasonable assurance that the magazine I had just acquired was written and designed with other more sinister purposes like maintaining public mass deception. I was thinking CIA all the way.

As I read one topic after another I noticed the writer, Mr. J Lee Marks trashes truth seekers, reiterates government lies, ignores known evidence and a lot more. Marks even adds new stories to the government “conspiracies” list like the death of Michael Hastings. Someone decided in June of 2013 that if you question the LAPD’s version of the odd car crash which they worked so hard to cover up, then you are a “conspiracy” theorist. This is Orwell's 1984 in full motion. Author Marks must know something about brand new Mercedes automobiles that even Mercedes doesn’t know. Cars don’t catch fire, explode, and suddenly speed out of control on their own, and brand new Mercedes engines don’t disconnect and fly through the hood of a car and land 150+ feet away due to an impact with a tree in situations where just over 24 hours prior the person in the car was emailing about threats from FBI.

Other new topics that fell under the J Lee Marks "Conspiracies" magazine list were the NSA exposed spying. But, I thought to myself, if something is known, then how can it be a conspiracy? Oh wait, "conspiracy" is defined by when a group or two or more working together to do something evil, unlawful or treacherous in secret. I then realized, this definition fit in this (NSA) case. I thought, maybe Marks is not all bad. Marks admits that NSA spying is real, stating at one point “In June 2013, Americans were shocked to learn what conspiracy theorists had long suspected. Our government is spying on us.” – Not bad, I thought. Then a few paragraphs later Marks delivers a sneaky blow to defenders of freedom by defending government mass surveillance and the NSA in particular: “As more and more would-be-terrorists turn to the Internet to spread their hateful message, it is important to keep a watchful eye on them.”