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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Conspiracy of Silence

Homosexual Prostitution Inquiry Ensnares VIPs with Reagan and Bush
In 1993, inspired by a book titled The Franklin Scandal by Nick Bryant, a film crew from Yorkshire, UK led by producer Nick Grey and director Tim Tate went to Omaha in Nebraska, USA to make a documentary about an alleged paedophile ring and child trafficking linked to all levels of government. The Conspiracy of Silence was to be aired in May of 1994 on the Discovery Channel in the United Kingdom, but because it exposed the very people who control the media as well as the government, the film was pulled and an all out effort made to have it forever blocked and all copies destroyed.
To the eternal fury of international Jewry (unintentional rhymage), a VHS copy of the documentary’s rough cut was leaked and furnished anonymously to John DeCamp – a decorated Vietnam war veteran and former Nebraska state senator. Even though the copy John DeCamp got was not broadcast grade, he took it to the retired FBI Agent Ted L. Gunderson and questions were being asked.
Because the Conspiracy of Silence exposed people at all levels of the US government, including the highest levels in Washington, DC as well as federal and local law enforcement agencies including the FBI, Secret Service and Justice Department, the efforts of the legislators to have the pedophile ring busted resulted in a number of people dying mysterious deaths. To protect their own who after generations of inbreeding to keep their race “pure” degenerated into faggots, the Jewish media suppressed the information about the Franklin Cover-up and when victims came out to tell their stories, portrayed them as the bad guys.
A lot of the documentary focuses on children from “Boys Town” and talks about characters such as Peter Citron or Larry King, the latter of whom held parties at his Washington mansion on Embassy Row that were attended by top US politicians and congressmen who used children for pedophilia.
This is easily one of the most disturbing documentaries ever made yet I’m pretty sure it barely scratched the surface. Check it out and let me know what you think:

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