The Sword’s Fear of the Pen: The Assassination of Writers, Thinkers & Whistleblowers

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MOST PEOPLE WOULD FIND IT HARD TO BELIEVE that there is a global policy of assassination being enacted today which is especially targeting honest and incorruptible writers, reporters, artists, thinkers, dissidents and whistle-blowers. It is a veritable pandemic. I wrote an article about this subject initially in 2006 and have just updated it today by 14%, entitled “The Sword’s Fear of the Pen: The Assassination of Writers, Thinkers & Whistleblowers”. It is in PDF format and contains 15,200 words on 25 A4 pages. It is preferable to read it on a laptop or desktop computer. But if you do want to read it on a mobile phone or tablet, you can use a PDF reader app such as ezPDF Reader. Please read the entire article with its proofs and educate yourself. This world is run by an evil power elite which will stop at nothing to achieve its ends — though they will not finally succeed, as I show in the article. To read or download it, please click on this link: The Sword’s Fear of the Pen

3 thoughts on “The Sword’s Fear of the Pen: The Assassination of Writers, Thinkers & Whistleblowers

    adelamcadams said:
    May 24, 2018 at 8:09 pm

    Excellent research and exposing of TRUTH. It boggles my mind why so many insist on believing the lie. Perhaps it is because the truth is too hard to handle and comfort is too difficult to release. Which is why we are mesmerized by fairy tales. And yet… perhaps one day soon, the shadows of this world will finally dissipate. This earth is made for us to learn. Learn about spirit, matter, illusion and delusion. It is also, in my mind, to purify the senses and soul and experience love of self and others. Good year to you Alan. Continue the battle with your pen!
    P.S. Have you read, The Shock Doctrine? It was suggested for me to read by our Miss Eloise.


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