JMF <***@tiscali.it> wrote:
> On 9/8/2021 8:11 AM, Matthew Faunce wrote:
>> On Thursday, March 25, 2010 at 2:08:49 PM UTC-4, Matthew Faunce wrote:
>>> On Mar 25, 11:22 am, Tashi <***@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> On Mar 24, 6:52 pm, Che <***@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>>>> On Mar 24, 7:47 pm, Tommy Grand <***@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>>>>> On Mar 24, 7:14 pm, Tashi <***@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>> MT I just tried to reply, but it said my post had to be approved by a
>>>>>> modderator. I hope paulpodds isn't one...
>>>>> King David wrote these famous words in Psalm 22: “My God, my God, why
>>>>> have you abandoned me for Del Camp?”
>>>>> Here's the video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKx6MUH6sEM&feature=related
>>>> I'm loosing interest on this forum, the "Cafe" over on Del camp is
>>>> much rowdier, and if you choose you can actually have an intellegent
>>>> conversation about guitar, imagine that. There are so many opinionated
>>>> guys over there, I can't resist! I'm having fun for the first time in
>>>> years.... and they haven't kicked me off!
>>>> I therefore proclaim the RMCG insignificant, incestuous, and
>>>> redundant. Change will be painful for most here, but you will come
>>>> out a better person for it.
>>>> I bid you Adieu!
>>> See ya. But if you come across any new juicy info on 9/11 or HAARP,
>>> especially HAARP since I don't follow that closely, please drop us a
>>> line. Or some breakthrough on guitar. Of course, I've got your webpage
>>> bookmarked so I'll check to see what's new there.
>>> I've learned a lot. Before reading your posts I never knew what a
>>> tornavoz was, never saw an extended saddle, didn't know what HAARP
>>> was, wasn't aware of the pre-collapse news reports on the collapse of
>>> building-7, not to mention the different viewpoints of so many things
>>> that your posts made me look deeper into.
>>> I've got a philosophical problem going into a moderated forum. It
>>> stems from, I guess, living in South East Michigan. I see everywhere
>>> the bad after-effects of both institutional and cultural policies of
>>> 'contain and deny,' mainly against blacks, that were the result of
>>> some people thinking they know what's good for the society. There are
>>> resultant problems now on both sides of the tracks. Same with flow of
>>> information and friendly exchange, the gated communities are good for
>>> the short run but bad for the long.
>> I still don't know what HAARP is, but at 12:51 AM this morning, General
>> McInerney posted this message on his telegram account: "HAARP has been activated in full."
> That's a pretty wild blast from the past -- Tommy Grand and Che, wow ...
> Anyway, did you simply try Googling HAARP? This seems to be what it is/was:
> (See the section on conspiracy theories, which is probably what that was
> all about).
Conspicuously missing from that conspiracy-theory section is how HAARP ties
in with the Blue Beam Project which, as the prediction goes, will fool most
people on Earth into believing that their messiah has arrived:
It might sound far fetched, but consider the seemingly far-fetched
information in these two lectures held at the U.S. military academy, West
Point, on neuro-psychological technology of war that already exists,
entitled The Brain is the Battlefield…, and On Psycho-Neurobiology and War: