I Do Not Believe Official Stories…

Sometimes the greatest act of rebellion is to acknowledge a pervasive lie. Don’t be afraid to let your friends, co-workers, cashiers, and mothers-in-law know:

“I Do Not Believe Official Stories. Official Stories Exist To Protect Officials.”

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5 thoughts on “I Do Not Believe Official Stories…

  1. I just finished listening to all of your podcasts that are on iTunes. Thanks for all your work and great insights, especially into AIDS — it makes perfect sense to me.

    I also like the way you connected the big bang theory with Biblical thinking. That book is like handcuffs for the mind; it has really held the human race back from seeing what’s right in front of us.

    The only thing that confuses me is why you never refer to Judy Wood’s analysis of the evidence for the use of free energy technology in NY on 9/11. I really wish you’d check out her book “Where Did the Towers Go?” or her website: http://www.drjudywood.com, and then talk about it on your show. If you don’t think “free energy” exists, you should investigate her claims. I’d love to hear your take on this.

    1. Hi ‘Atom,’

      Thank you for the nice words, and I will look up Judy’s work as you recommend, and talk about it soon.

  2. Hi Liam,

    I heard you on the Robert Scott Bell show today discussing industrial hemp as well other beneficial uses regarding THC itself.

    I assume, given your comments, that you had the opportunity to view the new documentary found on youtube titled, “Medical Cannabis and Its Impact on Human Health”. An excellent presentation.

    Regarding the use of THC, I think it’s informative to bring up what may be one of the most revalating aspects of all. The fact that THC (not excluding smoking marijuana) actually promotes apoptosis, which could be considered the cornerstone of “health” at its very core.

    In saying this, along with other revealing points mentioned in the documentary such as; “lower instances of lung cancer in marijuana smokers versus non-smokers”, “a heightened immune response function in marijuana smokers versus non-smokers” etc; it could also be argued that smoking marijuana actually promotes health and wellness.

    Without any substantiated evidence as to possible negative effects on human health, can the act of smoking it even be considered negative in anyway shape or form?

    I realize your points made about peers smoking pot and their fascinations with the back of their hands for hours, but this would be examples of inexperienced individuals feeling the effects of a new chemical substance. It is a novel but token experience as is the inane amount of laughter which is popularly referred to.

    Please don’t paint us all with the same brush. Inactivity, laziness and non-engagement with the world around us are not fair characteristics. Those who smoke and revert to these states are the same people that would live in those states perpetually regardless.

    I would be interested in any information you have uncovered regarding non-biased, scientifically proven negative effects of smoking marijuana whether on brain function or any other aspect of health.

    I appreciate all your investigative work, research and truth.

    Best regards,
    Lee

    1. Hi Lee,

      Thanks for the info and suggestions – I’ll read and watch what you suggest. I have not, but will watch that documentary.

      Though I’m not a proponent, or user, of Marijuana, I’ve been deeply impressed by the remarkable Hemp plant, and its thousands of industrial, health, food and medicinal uses. I’m even more impressed by the fact that Industrial Hemp contains an anti-psychoactive substance – CBD – as opposed to its cousin cannabis’ famous THC. In other words, for those who don’t want to smoke anything, Industrial Hemp remains a wholly incredible plant.

      As you suggest, the THC bearing plant does have medical benefits – and so presents a challenge to pharmaceutical companies. It’s a bit of education for me, as I’m not a fan of the drug, for personal reasons – smoke, smell, and, yes, an irritation with the over-using ‘pot’ sub-culture. And yet, and so, well… Both plants provide a challenge to industry – and the illegality of both, and either, is a terrible crime against sanity, industry, and the citizenry.

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