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The White Album was a Mississippi Black Flag Operation
by Mac Crary Sunday, Jan. 13, 2013 at 8:24 AM
Escape from Disneyland.
Wouldn't you just know that as the price of the ticket to fame and glory Reagan's machine would ask of our Black Mr. President, one small token, the backknifing of a copy editor like Ward Moore of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, just a trifle, to show his Harvard regard for the nature of reality. I beg to differ about the cause. HARPERS Magazine and Bush are calling the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reds. The fact that the assassins were organized, adult, brutal and subjected me to lethal chemicals might have had someone in Poplar Bluff, MO a little less credulous that it was paying dues by a child drafted in over their head to something they brought on themselves. It wasn't as if the perpetrators couldn't see through the horrific set up that led to the rape of deaf Jeannie in the valkyrie name of Midori Goto.
The whole world is horrified by an idea that never took place. The situation is about blaming someone for something they knew nothing about while fully aware that the story you are selling in place of what happened bears no resemblance to the truth anyhow. Midori Goto, were she the person I took her for, would have belonged together with me as surely as Marie and Ward Moore belonged together 66 years, instead she set the stage for Richard Starkey's acid Biblical event.
Harris Wofford's army wanted to see how much treachery and tragedy they could milk from a terrible misrepresentation while parading the gimmick of battering a victim of torture then accusing him of threatening them when I screamed for dear life. He calls this chivalry, the sort depicted in Will Wattenmaker's neurobehavioral lab decoration: DisneyLand After Dark, and knowing that he had the adornment on his wall, you can be sure if it was me that the carrot tape was implanted for extrusion.
Reagan issued a junk bond of false assurance, replete with slasher queers. Where is the stomach poison leading Tracy?
My father Ryland knew that Salvation Army good will and public schools were not that far apart. He knew that with education people would not be so readily confused between Catherine Booth and John Wilkes Booth, but alas when I revealed the truth about the blackblood letter I was accused by Reagan's Mr. President black American quisling of requiring them to answer with a dirtier state secret still. Calling it Pandora's Box just shows you how much easier it is to peddle myths than the truth.
Obama's enemy is Eleanor Roosevelt's legacy. Major League Sports and the U.S. Military very simply cannot be trusted.