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Subject: Re: Calling All Labs : Any Laser Technologists out there ?
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Date: Sat, 28 Dec 2002 21:13:43 GMT
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Thanks for the post.
I am using the word because that is exactly what these guys were doing here
I even reported what happened when I discovered the guys and spoke to them,
30 years is not too long ago. I would say Nazi era was just 60 years ago.
That is not too far away at all.
These guys are reading up on all the stuff the killers did 60 years ago and
repeating it methodically (Mein Kampf) and trying to avoid any 'mistakes'
those killers made.
They are erasing evidence as soon as it is detected. That is exactly like
what the Nazis were doing with their gas chambers and death machinery and
They have bought out key people in entire neighborhoods (or compromised them
by 'industrial' connections, etc.).
I would say, with the kind of resources they are deploying, there is no
doubt it will be mis-used.
That is what I am witnessing in my home.
We need to expose all the activity to the full light of the day.
There is no terrorism around that needs such skulduggery with innocent
people as guinea pigs in radiation experimentation.
The guys who do the federal bombing, flying planes, postal shootings, school
shootings, etc. are all around.
It does not take all this radiation to find them.
And I am certainly not one of that kind. Not by a long shot.
They just think they have a convenient guinea pig.
We need to get every vermin out in the open - full sunlight.
No hiding any of this dangerous stuff.
"Winfield Hill" wrote in message
> "News2020" wrote...
> > ... entire entry way of a complex while loading a 4x4.
> > Seemed all innocuous, just like the COINTELPRO noise-maker
> > guys I have reported talking to earlier. ...
> COINTELPRO, as in the FBI's ancient COINTELPRO of more than
> 30 years ago? http://www.dickshovel.com/coin.html and
> - Win
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