Give Peace A Chance

Now a suppressed song, not least by the owner of the copyright, Yoko Ono. She has refused its playing in public.  The Beatles were created to facilitate cultural degradation, and their later careers which showed greater understanding of the evil around them, have been hidden away, apart from Paul McCartney’s, of course, but that’s another story.

This message of peace is unlikely to be heard ever again in any formal public venue, so give it a chance by playing it now, before total cultural control over humanity is achieved under Agenda 21. Agenda 21’s ‘Sustainable Development’ requires the destruction of our economy, the decimation of our numbers, and the totalitarian control of humanity which can only be achieved by endless war. Lennon was so far ahead of his time.  Shame about his wife, who seems now to be on board with the enemies of human life, lost in a newly created and controlled cultural abyss.

 

Here’s another Lennon to which the same applies…..

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4 Responses to “Give Peace A Chance”

  1. Anonymous says:

    yes its a shame John was killed off but you know what they say “if you speak out you cop it “
    And John thought he was too high a profile, the FBI nenver even warned the British authorities they just went straight ahead and bumped him off, they say Ringo was with the NWO all along
    is that true ?
    BIGMAC

  2. Anonymous says:

    I came across a letter up for auction at an auction house last years from John Lennon to Paul Mccartney when John was in America with Yoko Ono.
    The letter showed that the relationship between John and Paul had become quite strained.
    Paul was married to Linda at the time. John was expressing his anger at Linda’s disdain towards Yoko. Both Paul and Linda had refused to accept and acknowledge Yoko. All their letters were addressed to John alone with no mention of Yoko and this upset John greatly.
    John made a couple of cutting remarks to Linda in the letter regarding her holier than thou attitude and her deliberate attempts to constantly alienate Yoko.
    The rest of the letter was mainly a personal vent about how Linda was manipulating Paul and I got the impression John blamed her for the split in his and Pauls friendship. and also a few touches of disagreement regarding Johns new life and the way he was directing his music and a paragraph regarding how badly they were treated as a young band by the management.
    To say the letter was emotional is an understatement. John was clear about his feelings and they were anger.
    The end of the letter posed the most interesting. John told Paul he would see him in about 2 years as “I reckon you’ll be out by then” he said, “It’ll all be out in the open in a couple of years”
    What that meant I have no idea but he ended the letter wishing Paul success and to do the right thing.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Read the lyrics to Lennon’s Imagine.
    One world,no countries, no religion … but maybe Judaism and all the others live under NOAHIDE LAW.

    Imagine there’s no heaven
    It’s easy if you try
    No hell below us
    Above us only sky
    Imagine all the people living for today

    Imagine there’s no countries
    It isn’t hard to do
    Nothing to kill or die for
    And no religion too
    Imagine all the people living life in peace

    You, you may say
    I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one
    I hope some day you’ll join us
    And the world will be as one

    Imagine no possessions
    I wonder if you can
    No need for greed or hunger
    A brotherhood of man
    Imagine all the people sharing all the world

    You, you may say
    I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one
    I hope some day you’ll join us
    And the world will live as one

  4. Tapestry says:

    I heard it said that the words to Imagine were written by Yoko. They are simple enough to be written by a someone foreign to the English language.

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