A man claiming to be a former Dept. of Defense operative came forward to expose Michael Jackson’s last phone call and a secret program tied to MK-Ultra, aimed at the degradation of the African-American culture.
Potentially confirming the widespread belief that pop superstar Michael Jackson’s sister, Latoya Jackson, has advocated since Michael’s death in the summer of 2009 (that her brother “was murdered”), a man claiming to be a former Department of Defense (DOD) operative may have just blown the conspiracy wide open.
Giving the US government, more specifically his colleagues at the DOD, a week to unearth the evidence he and the government allegedly has, or he will on Monday, Sept. 23rd, a man going by the name of Robert Connors uploaded a single yet chilling video to what looks to be a brand new YouTube account, exposing what Connors says is the last phone call ever made by Jackson on the eve of his passing.
Claiming to have served his country “with both honor and distinction” for over 20 years at the DOD, including active duty campaigns in both Iran and Vietnam, Connors also claims to have multiple tapes and videos that not only proves the death of Michael Jackson to be a conspiracy, but that also proves the existence of a black-op known to secret agents as “Operation Sedgwick.” Allegedly tied to the infamous and all-to-real MK-Ultra program of mind-control and signed into motion during the end of the Reagan era. With the sole purpose of using hip hop music (and gangsta’ rap), according to Connors, as a tool to control the African-American population in the US, send it into chaos [and to fill private-prison industry facilities].
According to Connors, Operation Sedgwick is or was a program that is a legitimate “danger to the nation” and decided to come forward with this earth-shattering information to both clear his conscious so he “can sleep at night” and because he believes it would be “a sin” if he didn’t. Urging his fellow colleagues to do the same.
The video also claims the tapes and videos Connor has in his possession proves the murder of Tupac Shakur to be a government conspiracy as well.
The end of the video has the subtitled audio recording of what Connors claims to be the final call Michael Jackson made only hours before his death, on the evening of June, 24th, 2009, to a long-time friend and business associate of Jackson’s, Dieter Wiesner. A man many feel may have had something to do with Jackson’s death, but even Latoya Jackson has never uttered who she truly feels was responsible. At least, not publicly.
But Connors and Latoya aren’t the only ones who feel Jackson was murdered or that there is much more to the story than meets the eye. Just after a visit to a drug treatment facility earlier this summer, Jackson’s daughter Paris shocked Hollywood with a cryptic Tweet of her own, saying that it took her three years to figure out who “they” were, referencing Jackson’s controversial 1996 hit song “They Don’t’ Care About US” and asked followers to “RT if you know what that means.”
If there was ever a hint as to who “they” really are however, perhaps the best peek into the dark side of Hollywood and what truly goes on behind the scenes can be an alarming episode celebrity Randy Quaid and his wife were forced to endure, not long after the mysterious deaths of multiple actors over a few-year period in the mid to late 2000s.
Being forced to come right out and admit to an agenda by a faction of rogue Hollywood elites for their own safety, while asking for Asylum in Canada, Quaid and his wife, just as Latoya Jackson claimed was the case with Michael, were the targets of what appeared to be a common operation of the murder of Hollywood stars and the takeover of much of their assets, revenue streams and estates. Using tools such as phony records, front-corporations and forged legal documents.
Quaid and his wife, while the targets of both the authorities and the Hollywood establishment, had no choice but to expose the murders of Health Ledger, Chris Penn, David Carradine and multiple others, despite what the authorities and hence their puppet-media claimed was allegedly prescription drug intoxication, “unspecific” heart disease and a sexual act gone awry, respectively. All claims Quaid vehemently denies.
But even if this latest alleged whistleblower video turns out to be a complete hoax, merely designed to shed light on the situation behind the gangsta’ rap culture and what it has done to the African American community as a whole, the video doesn’t go without merit, nonetheless.
Back in 2008, pop superstar Alicia Keys, a music industry insider, was also someone that seemed to have something to get off her chest when, in April of 2008, she took a massive amount of heat for also coming forward to expose the fact that gangsta rap was, in her words, “created to convince black people to kill each other” and that it “didn’t exist,” prior to it being created by the establishment for those purposes. Before “clarifying” what she said days later, out of fear of losing everything she’d built in the industry to that point, as if statements like that needed any clarification.
But it was when an anonymous letter, sent to the editor of HipHopIsRead.com in the spring of 2012 by an alleged former music industry executive, who also claimed to have a need to clear his conscious, with the startling account of an actual meeting between the Hollywood Illuminati and music executives that was to form the basis of what ended up being referred to as “gangsta rap.” For, ironically enough, the very same purposes and even more as those referred to by both Alicia Keys and then Mr. Connors in the YouTube video released Monday night.
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