This Week on The Conspiracy Show - December 30th

Dec 30, 2012

By Richard Syrett

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This week onThe Conspiracy Show Richard speaks with a political scientist and independent journalist about the horrific killing spree at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, Connecticut.  According to Joel Skousen, editor and publisher of World Affairs Brief, there’s a much darker story to this shooting that goes way beyond the wanton killing of innocent children. It’s the story of dark side operations targeting young, unstable males with mood altering drugs and mind control techniques—and then directing them to kill increasingly younger victims until Congress can be driven to legislate away the uniquely American right to self-defense with guns. He’ll cover the contradictions in the multiple versions put out by media and police, and the way mind control operates in combination with dark spiritual forces. Lastly he’ll discuss how there is no solution nor protection against these provoked massacres in gun free zones without removing the restrictions on the right of personal self-defense both inside and outside of school. More gun bans, he says, are the last thing we need

Only a few of the facts in this tragedy are reported consistently—Adam Lanza presumably killed his mother Nancy and then broke into the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT somehow bypassing the new locked-door policy. When it was over 20 young children are dead, ages 10 and under (primarily in two classrooms), plus 6 adults not counting Adam. The mother was erroneously reported as a teacher at the school.  The rest of the story and reported evidence emerging among the news stories varies widely. The facts are complex to piece together because so many news stories contradict themselves. This all paints a clear picture, however, of a systematic cover-up by police spokespersons and media and the real facts point to a larger conspiracy to drum up more gun control laws.

Guest: Joel Skousen is a political scientist, by training, specializing in the philosophy of law and Constitutional theory, and is also a designer of high security residences and retreats. He has designed Self-sufficient and High Security homes throughout North America, and has consulted in Central America as well. His latest book in this field is Strategic Relocation–North American Guide to Safe Places, and is active in consulting with persons who need to relocate for security and increased self-sufficiency. He also assists people who need to live near a large city to develop contingency retreat plans involving rural farm or recreation property.

Joel was raised in Oregon and later served as a fighter pilot for the US Marine Corps during the Vietnam era prior to beginning his design firm specializing in high security residences and retreats. During the 80’s he took a leave of absence to serve as the Chairman of the Conservative National Committee in Washington DC. and concurrently served as the Executive Editor of Conservative Digest. For two years he published a newsletter entitled, the WORLD AFFAIRS BRIEF, and served as a Senior Editor of “Cogitations” a quarterly journal on law and government . The World Affairs Brief is now back in publication and is available as a weekly email newsletter or in a monthly print edition.



Richard welcomes a therapist, author and lecturer specializing in grief and dying who will present presents compelling evidence that there is life after death. Over a period of three decades, CarlaWills‐Brandon has researched nearly 2,000 occurrences when, at the moment of physical death, the dying were visited by departed loved ones who returned to help them make the transition from this life to the next. Many friends, family and healthcare workers reported to the author that they saw and experienced the presence of these loving spiritual travel guides.  In her new book; Heavenly Hugs; Comfort, Support and Hope From the Afterlife, Brandon presents a riveting collection of real‐life stories of departing visions of and visitations from the deceased, recounted to the author by individuals from a wide varie‐ ty of cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds.

Among the comforting lessons of Heavenly Hugs is the certainty that we can live our lives to the fullest, relieved of the false notion that death is the end. Wills ‐Brandon said. ʺOne hundred years ago, when somebody died, they died in the home, with the family around the bed. There would be talk, settling disputes, saying goodbye. When the dy‐ ing had visions, it was accepted. Now people die in hospitals and nursing homes, and typically they are alone. This has been pushed aside, but itʹs still happening.ʺ Heavenly Hugs introduces readers to both historical and modern‐day departing vi‐ sions, presenting previously unknown or unacknowledged manifestations of life after death:

  • The dying have been reuniting with the departed—for centuries
  • Departed loved ones escort the dying to the other side or next dimension
  • Something has often been seen leaving the body at the moment of death
  • Famous people have experienced beautiful departing visions

Guest: Carla Wills-Brandon is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice. She has published 12 books, one of which was a “Publishers Weekly Best Seller.” Her most recent book, “Beyond the Chase: Breaking Your Obsessions That Sabotage True Intimacy” is proving to be a great success. Carla has also lectured across the U.S. and U.K. She has appeared on numerous national radio and television programs; such as Geraldo Rivera, Sally Jesse Raphael, Montel Williams, and Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher. Along with this, she has been on several programs with her husband Licensed Clinical Psychologist Michael Brandon.

Known as a trauma expert, Carla has also been researching a phenomenon called the deathbed vision for over 25 years. Deathbed visions come in all shapes and sizes. Some people receive visitations from deceased relatives while others encounter angels, or religious figures. Many of the accounts contained in 2 of the 12 books Carla has published, “One Last Hug before I Go: The Mystery and Meaning of Death Bed Visions,” and “A Glimpse of Heaven: The Remarkable World of Spiritually Transformative Experiences” discuss seeing a wisp of “something” leaving the body of a friend or relative at the moment of passing.

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