You can look from the imposter's front tooth, that it was clearly dental work to look more like the real Lennon's teeth.
And I'm thinking that Yoko had more to do with the imposter's actual shooting than that buffoon puppet Chapman. He was the "face" that was put on "Lennon's" murder as Lee Harvey Oswalt was the face of JFK, or Sirhan Sirhan the face of RFK's death...and it wouldn't surprise me James Earl Ray as just being the "face" to MLK's killing.
All of these men are just puppets of the Illuminati, or scapegoat. They didn't do the deed, they were planted there to be the ones who appeared to do these deeds.
I have to dare to ask, not only of Mark David Chapman, but of the other such "scapegoats" of global magnitude and murders of world political figures and/or worldwide known celebrities...that these people..are they really capable of firing a gun or rifle? Just find some crazed and easily controllable mind...and place them where they want them in their gameboard..and the rest is their formulated historical account of what happened....
^ I recommend the book Programmed to Kill: The Politics of Serial Murder by David McGowan.
He thoroughly covers a number of "serial killer" cases with lots of info that the MSM suppressed.
The image that the media has carefully created of serial killers is complete fiction. In most of these cases the evidence points to the murders really being committed by groups rather than by individuals. And, these groups are often satanic cults made up of MK victims which are in turn created by the intelligence community. In some cases there was no evidence at all that the convicted patsy committed any of the murders.
I'm pretty sure the book covers Chapman specifically but I don't recall the details mentioned. I will look for it.
The book is a real eye opener but I do warn that the subject matter is disturbing. I found it very worthwhile however. It blew away years of lies by the media and made the world look a lot less dangerous.
Charlie Chaplin once entered a Charlie Chaplin lookalike contest and lost.
Post by lindsayjudy on Nov 28, 2009 22:18:20 GMT -5
I've come to the conclusion that Charlie Brill, who would have been the guy shot in 1980, didn't die at all. He faked the photo of John with the head wound and the real John faked the photo from a day later (all cleaned up). You can find Charlie Brill on YouTube videos with his wife Mitzi McCall after 1980.
I too believe that Sean is Charlie's child. Julian belongs to the real John. Same eyes, same nose.
Speaking of eyes, has anyone noticed how Asian-looking John's eyes were, especially in his baby pics. This has spurred me to wonder: Could John be Japanese, either partly or totally? Further, could he be Yoko Ono's brother or half-brother? Look up the pic of Yoko with her parents. Especially look at her father Eisuke Ono. The resemblance to John is almost exact.
If John is Yoko's brother or half-brother, that would explain a lot about why she took the heat for breaking up the band. In truth, the four boys all wanted to move on with other work and semi-retire. So they found Charlie who agreed to play John, Yoko played the love interest/wife and she took the blame for the Beatles' breakup. Why wouldn't a sister do that for her famous brother?
In reading up on Yoko Ono, I found that her father Eisuke was sent to Hanoi by his bank around WWII. And Yoko has recently revealed that he was a prisoner in a Saigon (Vietnam) concentration camp. Oh yes, he also established a Bank of Tokyo branch in Vietnam. So is it any surprise that she and John/Fohn were rabidly outspoken against the Vietnam War? It wasn't just concern for US soldiers. Daddy had business interests there.
Yoko's bio says that she went to New York City in 1940 with her father but that her mother didn't arrive there until several months later. HMMM. To deliver a baby perhaps?
"Weirdly, of the three of us, Lisa Ann knows the most about foreign policy." Tina Fey on Lisa Ann, the porn actress who has portrayed both Sarah Palin and herself.
Comments on a youtube video of Fennon's "Real Love":
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From the December 8, 1970 Jann Wenner -fohn Fennon Rolling Stone interview:
[Fennon] .... We were a bit infuriated by the glibness and shiftiness of the dialogue and we were always trying to get it more realistic, but they wouldn't have it. It ended up O.K., but the next one was just bullsh*t, because it really had nothing to do with the Beatles. They just put us here and there. Dick Lester was good, he had ideas ahead of their times, like using Batman comic strip lettering and balloons.
[Wenner] My impression of the movie was that it was you and it wasn't anyone else.
It was a good projection of one facade of us, which was on tour, once in London and once in Dublin. It was of us in that situation together, in a hotel, having to perform before people. We were like that. The writer saw the press conference.
"Rubber Soul" was...
Can you tell me whether that white album with the drawing by Voorman on it, was that before "Rubber Soul" or after?
After. You really don't remember which?
No. Maybe the others do, I don't remember those kind of things, because it doesn't mean anything, it's all gone.
Hmmm. [NOTE: this "hmmm" reply of Wenner is censored out of some texts of the interview in book editions and on the website where this is pasted from]
"Rubber Soul" was the first attempt to do a serious, sophisticated complete work, in a certain sense.
We were just getting better, technically and musically, that's all. Finally we took over the studio. In the early days, we had to take what we were given, we didn't know how you can get more bass. We were learning the technique on "Rubber Soul." We were more precise about making the album, that's all, and we took over the cover and everything.
"Rubber Soul" that was just a simple play on...
That was Paul's title, it was like "Yer Blues," I suppose, meaning English Soul, I suppose, just a pun. There is no great mysterious meaning behind all of this, it was just four boys working out what to call a new album.
The Hunter Davies book, the "authorized biography," says...
It was written in [London] Sunday Times sort of fab form. And no home truths was written. My auntie knocked out all the truth bits from my childhood and my mother and I allowed it, which was my cop-out, etcetera. There was nothing about orgies and the sh*t that happened on tour. I wanted a real book to come out, but we all had wives and didn't want to hurt their feelings. End of that one. Because they still have wives.
The Beatles tours were like the Fellini film "Satyricon." We had that image. Man, our tours were like something else, if you could get on our tours, you were in. They were "Satyricon," all right.
Would you go to a town... a hotel...
Wherever we went, there was always a whole scene going, we had our four separate bedrooms. We tried to keep them out of our room. Derek's and Neil's rooms were always full of junk and whores and who-the-f**k-knows-what, and policemen with it. "Satyricon!" We had to do something. What do you do when the pill doesn't wear off and it's time to go? I used to be up all night with Derek, whether there was anybody there or not, I could never sleep, such a heavy scene it was. They didn't call them groupies then, they called it something else and if we couldn't get groupies, we would have whores and everything, whatever was going.
Who would arrange all that stuff?
Derek and Neil, that was their job, and Mal, but I'm not going into all that.
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Here's an example of what beatlies talked about referring to BOTH John Lennon and Fohn Lennon being in the movie How I Won The War. It's quite amazing as John Lennon becomes Fohn Lennon at :54.
Yep, as I've been saying, truly amazing on many levels. Not least all the smirking, mocking, insider-wink signals and codes that the MI6/CIA etc. "good germans" agents send to one another in the mass media. Hidden in plain sight.
Home movie-ish clip of Fohn Fennon doing "Voulez-vous couchez avec moi" by "Lady Marmalade." The British group "The Marmalade" was the home of a possible Faul candidate (this has come up at NIR and maybe other forums).