In my personal narrative, I outlined how some research into the role of the Soviet Union in the World Wars morphed into a full persecution campaign against me at Dalhousie University. While I may never recover from what happened, I did manage to gain a bird’s eye view of how Criminal Interests operate in a University Atmosphere. I have compiled these original insights into formal guide which will help students entering Western Universities fully understand the dangers they may have...
Monthly Archive: August 2013
The World War Deception is ground-breaking research into the two World Wars, which incorporates new developments in conspiracy literature. While there has been plenty of conspiracy literature into different facets of the two World Wars, this book attempts to provide a unified birds eye view of how the two World Wars were essential in shaping our world (for the worse). In addition, some original research into different facets of the World Wars are included.
The following details my personal encounter with a “terrorist” operative of Canadian Intelligence (Beverly Geisbrecht alias Dulcy Israel alias Bev Kennedy alias Bruce Kennedy alias Paul Morris-Read), my role in exposing her, her attempts to find me, and the subsequent persecution I continue to face from her cohorts at Canadian Intelligence and officials at Dalhousie University (where I studied). Later, I connected the same terrorist to the Al-Qaida magazine INSPIRE, as well as the October 2010 cargo plane bombing plot. This plot was intended to take down a passenger airliner belonging to a Gulf country. In other words, the Calgary-based Criminal Elite of Canada were using Beverly Giesbrecht to secretly conduct acts of war against unsuspecting countries. Bev and her operations were most likely funded using Canadian public money. The bomb used in the attempted assassination of Saudi defence minister (and counter-terrorism chief) Prince Nayef, as well as the bomb used in the cargo plane plot may have been assembled in a government/military laboratory.