The man who could work miracles – recommended

Tap Fascinating War of The Worlds doc. film… 

alongside it I found The Man Who Could Work Miracles 1936 film: 

I remember watching this 20-30 years ago on TV. In many ways so relevant today and interesting to think it was pre WWII. Unfortunately the very end is cut short, but otherwise, I recommend over Strictly Come Dancing. 

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One Response to “The man who could work miracles – recommended”

  1. Nixon Scraypes says:

    H G Wells was a major globalist operator,it’s an old plan.His book The Open Conspiracy is very revealing.After WW2 he said it wasn’t awful enough to make people want a world government so there should be a WW3,which he thought would begin in Basra!

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