The Beatles will exist without us.
~ George Harrison
Someone once asked, "OK, so Paul was against the Illuminati's dark agenda, but the other Beatles were OK with it?" This made me cringe, because no, I don't believe the other Beatles would have gone along with promoting war or a psycho-chemical, psychological warfare agent (LSD).
All of this is old news as far as it relates to Paul McCartney. It should not come as a shock that Paul was not the only person to ever be impostor-replaCIAed in the history of the world. In Questions about John Lennon's assassination, I posted an interview with
In Montreal, May 1969, there was a confrontation between "John," Yoko and Al Capp. Capp remarks to "John" to his face that "at least the other three guys are English...." "John" responds: "what does that mean?" Al Capp replied, "You think about it." What was this all about? Perhaps Capp was onto the impostor?
In 1967, "John" starred in the movie, "How I Won the War," which began shooting on 19 September 1966. However, in a 1966 interview, he said, "We all just don't agree with war. There's no need to kill anyone for any reason." [Source] It just seems a little strange that someone who was against war would star in a movie about war. Was this really John, or was it just his image being used to promote an agenda? This was 1967, and certain elements wanted to expand the war in Southeast Asia. When the powers that be are gunning for war, they will prep the masses with a spate of war-movies. It gets people "in the mood."
In my opinion, John Lennon's name and image were hijacked to make "him" an ineffectual "leader" of the anti-war movement. The double's interviews with the Illuminatus, Yoko Ono, while sitting in bags made the peace movement look ridiculous and the helped to discredit the peace movement. This would be an example of controlled opposition.
I will admit that the John-double is a better match than Faul, but if you study the following comparisons carefully, I believe you will be able to discern physical differences that betray the impostor. The main physical differences I have noticed are a square chin changing to a pointed chin, a straight nose turning into a beak, lips getting thinner, and the physique going from strong to thin and weak. There is also something about the eyes...
In this comp, the double's profile is more rounded than John's.
In this comp, the nostrils are noticeably different, and the nose on the right is a bit "sharper":
John Lennon had a funny, cheeky sense of humor that the impostor just could not duplicate.
It is interesting that John was successful with his two books, "In His Own Write" and "A Spaniard in the Works," but never wrote another book.
In a 1965 interview, John said he wrote "all the time":
Q: "Have you been writing lately?"JOHN: "I write all the time. I don't actually put it on paper so much these days, it goes on tape. I've got lots of tape... which, if I put down on paper it would be a book. Thoughts come, and end up in songs or films. It's just a matter of... do I want to make those tapes into paper, or make those tapes into records."Q: "John, do you find your second book is doing as well as your first?"JOHN: "I haven't asked anybody, you know. It did as well initially. It wont sell as many, but it's a better book so I don't care."Q: "Do you plan another book in the near future?"JOHN: "I don't really plan them, you know. They just sort of happen. The publisher plans them, and I just sort of scribble."
I find it a little sad that people just blindly accepted without question that John abandoned his beautiful wife and child for an Elite Japanese banker's daughter who passed herself off as an "artist."
2 Fohns? Double Fantasy?
2 Fohns? Double Fantasy?
A set of John Lennon's fingerprints that were being auctioned for at least $100,000 was seized by the FBI on October 6, 2010.
Peter Siegel, co-founder of GOTTA HAVE IT!, the shop selling the fingerprint card, said he was bewildered by the FBI action and interest during the week also by Homeland Security. He said
"This great icon has been deceased for 30 years," he said. "This is not a national threat."