Saturday, October 12, 2019

"The Splitting Image": Tina Foster discusses doubles on The Red Pill Hardcore (Republic Radio)

"The Splitting Image": Tina Foster discusses doubles on The Red Pill Hardcore (Republic Radio)

Attorney and author, Tina Foster, discusses her book, "The Splitting Image: Exposing the Secret World of Doubles, Decoys, and Impostor-Replacements," with V on The Red Pill Hardcore Show. Topics include how doubles are used in counter-inelligence and psy-ops.

Tina Foster is also the author of "Plastic Macca: The Secret Death and Replacement of Beatle Paul McCartney." She is the foremost authority on the Paul McCartney mystery. Both books are available at Tina's blog is Plastic Macca ~ Paul is Dead at Recorded Aug. 14, 2019.



  1. Tina - FYI "William Shakespeare" was a ruse perpetrated by those who wanted to cover up the true identity of the Great Author of the
    "Shakespeare" works. The true identity of the Author was Edward de Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford. Please see the excellent work by Kathrine
    Childjan entitled Shakespeare Suppressed on this subject. Derek Jacobi the English actor has also spoken out on de Vere being the true Author.
    The title "Billy Shears" was probably another Illuminati game related to the replacement of the true Paul McCartney.

  2. I notice comments on YouTube have been disabled so I message here. I'm really glad there is so much info on this and that you've played so much here and on YouTube. I've found this subject very very tricky to get. Confused. I got the book and got it for my old bassist friend. I just wanted to send thanks for posting so much. I wanted to make 2 points. Once you see the difference between the two, it's like we've changed, it's clear, it's suddenly easy to see the difference in videos etc. Point 2, if Paul sang She's Leaving Home, then the song cannot refer to Paul's death on Wednesday morning at 5 o'clock. Best wishes to you Tina and a thank you for all this that you've posted.


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