"These clips are from an interview with PIERRE SPREY the designer of the A10 and F15. Two planes that are beloved by pilots and ground troops alike for there ground attack roles; in particular, in the case of the A10, the last gun fighter with a 30mm anti tank vulcan cannon for ground attack. Both planes are universally loathed by the the Air Force brass as the air force hates to run ground attack missions as it makes them feel subservient to the Army/Marines and would rather fight is own war using height altitude strategic bombing.
In the interview PIERRE SPREY points out the F35 cant turn, can't climb, is totally useless as a ground attack plane and stealth tech in general is totally bogus tech as low frequency long wavelength radar from ww2 can easy detect it. Too bad the Russians have been developing this since ww2 and have sold such radars to china and Iran. Case in point the shutdown of the F117 stealth fighter in Serbia in 1990."
F35 Ground Attack
The Scam of Stealth
The Real Mission of the F35
John F. Kennedy gave this speech to the American Newspaper Publishers Association on 27th April 1961, two and a half years before his assassination. He details his thoughts on secret societies and what seems to be a call to action. Some believe that he is referring to secret societies being established within the US government and to others it is a cryptic message about an overseas communist threat.
The Unification Theory of a lot of different conspiracies and how they all tie in together including MK-Ultra type mind control experiments, electromagnetic frequency government projects (ELF), LSD/Psychic Experiments/Remote Viewing, Alien Abductions, Sleep Paralysis, The Nephilim, NWO, Spiritual Warfare, Satanic Ritual Abuse.
It is my hypothesis that all of these so called “conspiracies” are enveloped by what we Christians know to be spiritual warfare. Furthermore, I believe that a great deal of the military involvement in these issues is directly related to the “re-tuning” of earthly frequencies in such a way that evil spirits can more readily manifest themselves while simultaneously embracing technology used to create multiple personalities within the human race for the sole purpose of demonic habitation.
When studying ritual abuse, especially within the context of sexual abuse and the New World Order, the first person one should examine is Crowley. He believed that his life would spawn the dawning of a new aeon, “the Aeon of Horus”, the child of the Isis and Osiris. Crowley’s prime belief was that of “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.”
Crowley practiced what he preached. He believed that ritualistic sexual abuse was an integral part not only in divination and majick, but that his doctrine of “Do what thou wilst…” would help usher in the Aeon of Horus.
In 1980 Creme wrote a book called The Reappearance of the Christ and the Masters of Wisdom, which is an account of his telepathic communication with Maitreya and the history of his involvement with the occult dating back to the 1940's. These messages received from Maitreya represents the most dominate strain of the present-day New Age eschatological religion.
A secret document which sets out a procedure for dealing with child sex abuse scandals within the Catholic Church is examined by Panorama.
Crimen Sollicitationis was enforced for 20 years by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger before he became the Pope. It instructs bishops on how to deal with allegations of child abuse against priests and has been seen by few outsiders. Critics say the document has been used to evade prosecution for sex crimes. Crimen Sollicitationis was written in 1962 in Latin and given to Catholic bishops worldwide who are ordered to keep it locked away in the church safe.
As a form of Western esotericism, the New Age movement drew heavily upon a number of older esoteric traditions, in particular those that emerged from the occultist current that developed in the eighteenth century. Such prominent occult influences include the work of Emanuel Swedenborg and Franz Mesmer, as well as the ideas of Spiritualism, New Thought, and the Theosophical Society. A number of mid-twentieth century influences, such as the UFO religions of the 1950s, the Counterculture of the 1960s, and the Human Potential Movement, also exerted a strong influence on the early development of the New Age movement. Although the exact origins of the movement remain contested, it is agreed that it developed in the 1970s, at which time it was centred largely in the United Kingdom. It expanded and grew largely in the 1980s and 1990s, in particular within the United States.
Constance Cumbey Author of "The Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow" tells her story on how she discovered the New Age Movement. Its an exciting story to hear as the truth of the new age movement is exposed from the shadows it hides behind, revealing its dark purposes and satanic plot in its hope for the Anti Christ.