Two Amazing Videos
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Two amazing videos are now available for viewing on the Internet. These short, eye-opening video clips present powerful information from reliable sources on the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr. The compelling five-minute clip on Kennedy's assassination consists of key excerpts from the History Channel's excellent documentary series The Men Who Killed Kennedy, followed by a short clip by a top military officer involved at the time who spills the beans. For more and to watch this riveting video, click here.
The amazing six-minute video clip on Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination is taken from award-winning Canadian journalist Barry Zwicker's coverage of a little-known Memphis court trial that happened in 1999. After hearing 70 witnesses testify over the course of one month, the jury in this trial unanimously found the Memphis police and U.S. government, among others, guilty of King's assassination. Yet this amazing court victory for the King family was completely censored by the media, as described by Zwicker in his excellent presentation on Canada's Vision TV. For more and to watch this highly revealing video clip, click here.
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There is one more revealing 90-second video clip we recommend watching. This one contains two sad, yet almost laughable commercials from the 1976 swine flu outbreak in New Jersey that led to a failed national vaccination campaign. Though only one person died as a result of that swine flu outbreak, over 30 people died and hundreds more were permanently paralyzed as a result of the vaccine that was promoted by the government and media. To learn more and watch this amazing video clip, click here. And if you are ready to go even deeper into the swine flu scare, watch Dr. Len Horowitz in this fascinating 10-minute video clip.
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