reply to post by mysterioustranger
November 22, 1963
Sister Theresa Mary rolled in the big TV on the high stand during music class. I was ten.
She turned on the TV and we watched the news annoucement about John F. Kennedy being shot.
I remember her whispering to another nun, "They finally got him".
She did not say someone, a single nutty lone gun man, she clearly said, "they".
With the story of Oswald did it, Sister Theresa Mary also said, "wait, he's a patsy and someone else will come along and shut him up but good".
I asked her what she meant and she told me, "Don't believe everything you are told, a lot of grown ups lie and there are some very bad people in very
In retrospect, I always attributed William Bramley's "The Gods of Eden", David Icke's book, "The Biggest Secret" and David Jacob's "The
Threat".............but it was really Sister Theresa Mary in grade school and my history teacher in high school that really opened me up to the
possiblity that things we are told are not necessarily "the truth".
I cannot even remember her name (senior moment) but my highschool teacher was a tiny little old woman of African American descent and she was quite a
enlightened being. She told us "just because it's written in a school book, don't necessarily make it so - were you there?" Were the people that
wrote this book there? She had us sit in a circle one day and she began at one end and whispered something to Brenda on her left, Brenda whispered
what she was told to the next person and so on...........when the last person whispered to Ms. X what went around, it wasn't the exact same thing as
started and that was with a group of about 14 kids within a space of 15 minutes.
Her point: With each person the story changes.
Unless you are standing right there, you don't know for sure and even then you can't be sure.
I was lucky, I had a few teachers that taught me to think for myself, to question authority and the information we are fed.
With my history teacher, she being the granddaughter of a slave and American Indian said that you must always remain skeptical and vigilant in regard
to acquiring your information.
She also said to never stop reading, researching, digging for the truth because once you give in and accept what is considered the status quo you
essentially give up, hand over your freedom and liberty.
And 911 as was probably Pearl Harbor, false flag operations.
Just do your research............every war has been manipulated by TPTB and most of you keep falling for the same bs everytime.
edit on 6-5-2011 by ofhumandescent because: grammar