Those in positions of power, the elites, are able to manipulate society for their benefit and believe they are entitled to impose their worldview of reality on humankind, according to author Charlie Robinson. He joined guest host Richard Syrett to discuss the tentacles of control that are wrapped around humanity, and how uncovering the truth about the Deep State can set everyone free. Robinson referenced a 1994 speech from Neil Armstrong in which he spoke cryptically about removing "truth's protective layers" — a possible hint the Apollo moon landings were hoaxed by those wishing to keep the populace in the dark.
Numerous organizations, such as the United Nations and World Bank, pretend to be on the side of the humankind but in reality are not, he continued. Robinson read a quote by David Rockefeller in which the unapologetic globalist admits the conspiracy among elites to build a 'One World Order' is true. "If they announce what they're doing, it's as if they have absolved themselves of any bad karma," he said. The conspirators do not necessarily meet together to make plans, they simply scheme collectively in a manner that most benefits themselves, Robinson explained. What benefits those in power more than anything else is control over the banking system, he revealed, noting how inflation is a product of the central banks to gain power over the people. According to Robinson, the best way to shift power back to humankind is to refuse to comply, since the people have much greater numbers.
Buddy Holly Crash
First-hour guest, Buddy Holly expert Gary W. Moore, detailed theories surrounding the crash that killed musicians Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J. P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson. Holly was in a dispute with his record label over royalties and needed cash, so he embarked on a winter tour and ended up on a bus with no heat, Moore explained. Holly chartered a plane so he would have time to do laundry before his concert in Moorhead, Minnesota, he added. Waylon Jennings and Tommy Allsup were supposed to be aboard with Holly, but Jennings did not want to fly and Allsup lost his place to Valens after a coin flip, Moore reported. There is no evidence at the crash site to support conspiracies about an explosion or tampering, he revealed. "It was absolutely pilot error," Moore said.