posted on Oct, 19 2010 @ 07:20 PM
reply to post by thedeadlyrhythm
I suspect the OP no longer frequents these forums, much less this thread.
As a personal opinion, I do not believe this video of Ted Gunderson would be especially convincing to someone who has no familiarity with any
conspiracy "stuff". Perhaps I am biased because prior to reading around, I didn't even know the MacDonald case existed. I feel that Chip Tatum's
interviews are a better introduction to someone who comes from a position of open-minded skepticism: Tatum discusses well-known events like the
Vietnam War and CIA drug trafficking from south america before transitioning into black ops and a little bit about the New World Order stuff. The
detail in Tatum's interviews is what I find so convincing. I am primarily convinced of Gunderon's authenticity because of Tatum's brief collaboration
with him. Had I seen only Ted Gunderson's videos, I would have remained unconvinced by any allegation of a New World Order or the peripheral stuff
related to it (the allegations of satanic cults, CIA child kidnapping rings, and mind control sounded too fantastic without the tacit agreement of
Not trying to knock your post, 'thedeadlyrhythm'. Just giving my two cents. That's the position I come from.
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imnotbncre8ive because: (no reason given)