Monday, May 4, 2015

Lusitania false flag 100th anniversary special with James Perloff

Broadcast May 6th, 10-11:00 a.m. Central (1500 GMT) on NoLiesRadio.org.
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This Thursday, May 7th is the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Lusitania – the pre-fabricated murderous PR stunt designed to enrage the American people and drag them into the banksters' World War I. A few decades later, Pearl Harbor, orchestrated by FDR's 8-point plan, would use similar emotionally-evocative disaster images to drag America into World War II. And then in September of 2001, more disaster images were manufactured to sell us on the banksters' World War III pitting Zionism against Islam.

James Perloff, author of the bestselling Truth Is a Lonely Warrior, fills us in on the details about how almost 2,000 people were slaughtered on May 7th, 1915 when the Lusitania – the world's biggest ship when it was built – was filled to the brim with armaments and explosives, loaded with unsuspecting passengers, and deliberately sent straight into the path of a German U-Boat.

1 comment:

  1. Here are lyrics to the song at the end of the show:

    When the Lusitania Went Down (1915)

    (Charles McCaroon and Nat Vincent)

    The nation is sad as can be,

    A message came over the sea.

    A thousand or more, who sailed from our shore,

    Have gone to eternity.



    The Statue of Liberty high,

    Must now have a tear in her eye.

    I think it’s a shame; no one is to blame,

    But all we can do is just sigh.



    Some of us lost a true sweetheart,

    Some of us lost a dear dad,

    Some lost their mothers, sisters and brothers

    Some lost the best friends they had.



    It’s time they were stopping this warfare,

    If women and children must cry.

    Many brave hearts went to sleep in the deep,

    When the Lusitania went down.



    Oh, listen to all these good deeds.

    When we feel like crossing the sea,

    American ships that sail from our slips,

    Are safer for you and me.



    A Yankee can go anywhere

    As long as Old Glory is there.

    Although they were warned, the warning they scorned,

    And now we must cry in despair.

    (repeat third and fourth verses)

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