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End Of Days – James Fetzer |JFK|Sandy Hook|Wolfgang Halbig|Wikileaks|Illuminati|EOD 30

Episode 30: Cosmic Rabbit Hole    Jim proceeds to go into great detail about the Kennedy assassination. He’s written three books on the subject, that he says have “shattered the cover-up” – Assassination Science: Experts Speak Out on the Death of JFK, Murder in Dealey Plaza: What We Know Now That We Didn’t Know Then About the Death of JFK, and The Great Zapruder Film Hoax: Deceit and Deception in the Death of JFK. His new book, JFK: Who, How, and Why – Solving the World’s Greatest Murder Mystery, is currently in pre-production. Michael asks Jim how he first became interested in the Kennedy assassination, which includes seeing Oliver Stone’s film, JFK. Jim’s website, Assassination Science: Experts Speak Out on the Death of JFK, presents exhaustive research on the subject, compiled from many different sources. It also includes information on a host of other assassinations, The 911 Conspiracy: The Scamming of America, and various theories on whether or not we landed on the Moon. The topic then shifts to Sandy Hook. Jim tells us about the fabricated death certificates, old photographs, and lack of medivac helicopters. It’s all laid out in his book, Nobody Died at Sandy Hook: It was a FEMA Drill to Promote Gun Control, which he says is full of color photos. It was banned on Amazon but is available as a .pdf at rense.com. Hard copies are available at moonrockbooks.com. On Jim’s blog you can read his controversial article, Sandy Hook Charade: ‘Noah Pozner’ was Michael...



James H. Fetzer was born in Pasadena, California, on 6 December 1940. At graduation from South Pasadena High School in 1958, he was presented The Carver Award for leadership. He was magna cum laude in philosophy at Princeton University in 1962, where his senior thesis for Carl G. Hempel on the logical structure of explanations of human behavior won The Dickinson Prize. After being commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the Marine Corps, he became an artillery officer and served in the Far East. After a tour supervising recruit training in San Diego, he resigned his commission as a Captain to begin graduate work in the history and philosophy of science at Indiana in 1966. He completed his Ph.D. with a dissertation on probability and explanation for Wesley C. Salmon in 1970. His initial faculty appointment was at the University of Kentucky, where he received the first Distinguished Teaching Award presented by the Student Government to 1 of 135 assistant professors. Since 1977, he has taught at a wide range of institutions of higher learning, including the Universities of Virginia (twice), Cincinnati, North Carolina at Chapel Hill, New College of the University of South Florida, and now the Duluth campus of the University of Minnesota, where he served from 1987 until his retirement in 2006. His honors include a research fellowship from the National Science Foundation and The Medal of the University of Helsinki. In 1996, he became one of the first ten faculty at the University of Minnesota to be...