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Lenny Bloom (Cloak & Dagger) @ Conspiracy Culture - Toronto - May 22nd

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posted on May, 7 2008 @ 03:25 PM
hey guys/gals...

just thought I would post this event listing in case there are members in the Toronto, Ontario area who would like to check this out. For those of you who are not familiar with the name Lenny Bloom... he and Sherman Skolnick had a radio program called, 'Cloak and Dagger'. Full details are below.

Thursday, May 22nd 2008

Conspiracy Culture is very proud to present...


We at Conspiracy Culture are very happy to announce our next event! Join us on Thursday, May 22nd as we spend what promises to be an absolutely fascinating, information-filled evening with legendary radio-personality Lenny Bloom.

Lenny Bloom aka Nelson Thall was one of the first Canadians to join the investigation of the JFK Assassination. He began working with Penn Jones in Dallas, Texas in 1971. Nelson arranged to distribute the Zapruder Film with the District Attorney of New Orleans Jim Garrison who released the illegal copy to Thall to air on border TV stations in Canada. Nelson has also worked with many other assassination researchers including Mae Brussell, Dr. Peter Beter, and Sherman Skolnick.

Using the radio moniker, 'Lenny Bloom', Nelson Thall produced a radio show on MOJO Radio AM640 in Toronto from July 2002 - February 2004. The show, 'Cloak and Dagger - Talk Radio for Spies' became a commercial success for MOJO when the show was censored and taken off the air by the Bush Administration when Bloom and Skolnick brought the Director of German Intelligence, Andreas Von Bulow, on air to discuss his book, 'The CIA & 9/11'. Bloom and Skolnick then moved Cloak and Dagger to the internet and have continued to expose the state secrets that the ruling elite hope you never learn at and subsequently moved their server under government pressure to

Thall studied the history of conspiracies and communications with the famous Media Guru Marshall McLuhan and lectured at the McLuhan Program In Culture and Technology where he held the position of Chief Archivist (1981 - 1985) and then became the President of the McLuhan Center on Global Communications (1987 - 1996). Nelson also ran a consulting practice with McLuhan associate Barrington Nevitt during the same period. Thall was also a director of Torstar Corporation, Imark Corp., and Stan Lee Media in Los Angeles where as executive in charge of production produced along with Stan Lee, both X-Men and Spiderman. He continues to research and develop and explore media theory as an anchor in a sea of change.

This is definitely a night you do not want to miss!

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