i-sheeple: ("the" NWO) defeated by internet conspiracy theorists -- what about the blowback?
About 30 years ago when I had a home terminal and was working at home (telecomuting) on the telephone line for a big computer networking company, and
learned about the Darpanet which was like Arpanet the prototype (and military-industrial-intelligence prototype) of the internet, everyone said that
home computers would revolutionalize society ... now we have conspiracy folks at ATS and across the internet unmasking the conspiracies that have
what do you think about this short video?
Kind of a wake-up call.
Well, what about the blowback against us for speaking the truth? Those 30 years ago, the original Apple computer was a spin-out from SRI
international, and at Tymshare where I was working for a year, down in the basement was that SRI prototype. It didn't have a keyboard, it had a 3-4
key morsecode pad for the right hand (like flat piano keys) and a mouse for the left hand -- or vice versal. And the screen was divided into about 6
or more separate internet-like connections, to different sites. THAT still has not hit the mainstream, multiple viewing windows, as many as
you want, on your home computer.
Is it a conspiracy that sheeple icons like "Apple Computer" are part of the City of London drive to financially enslave us with their i-phones and
Fight the New World Order1/3
this talks about the City of London Corporation ("the" NWO) -- I might add my investigative work on the City of London in my long thread predated
this release ... I think I must have 'caught the wave' while they were making that film, on the breaking cusp as opposed to the braking cusp.
also see: YouTube Censors and Deletes Accounts of 20+ Leading Government Conspiracy Critics, at (please make any comments about this at the following
And here's me thiniing thinking that the City of London Corporation is just local council offices , Tsk....... And for anyones information their main
offices are Guildhall , 5 minute walk from my work.
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