Robert David Steele was a close friend of James Fetzer, and the two of them worked together on many exciting videos, especially during the early days of the Trump administration.
Each year since 2020, Dr. Fetzer has produced and hosted a conference with many experts in various diverse fields, talking about events that happen in our world today that are used to cause massive changes in the political and social structures of society. These events are presented as genuine by the mainstream media and entered into the history books and later taught in schools as actual events. But many of these events, if examined closely, are not organic and naturally occurring; instead, they are part of a conspiracy to create the event as though it were an authentic event to cause political and social changes.
Robert promoted this conference in 2020, and we believe he would be pleased that we are promoting this year's event.
Below is the description of the event written by Dr. Fetzer; please see the link below for information on the conference and how you watch the event live beginning on December 3rd.
Welcome to the 3rd annual False Flags & Conspiracies Conference (2022), to be broadcast LIVE 3-4 December 2022. The nation has been gripped by conspiracies, including the theft of the 2020 election, the production of a (fake) pandemic and a real (but deadly) vax, sabotaging the nation’s energy independence by cancelling the XL pipeline, the transgender movement (where parents have no say over the sex of their child), Congressional funding of the most corrupt country in Europe (Ukraine), the sabotage of the Nord Stream 1 & 2 pipelines, and (what appears to be) the deliberate provocation of a nuclear war with Russia, to mention only a few!
As events bear out, conspiracies are as American as apple pie. In my first scholarly article about conspiracy research, “Thinking about ‘Conspiracy Theories’: 9/11 and JFK“, I explained how the principles of scientific reasoning can be applied to conspiracy theories and illustrated with regard to the current issue of The New York Times that stories on every page dealt with conspiracies. Once authentic evidence has been separate from fabricated, these cases tend to fall into familiar patterns and become amenable to resolution. And I have reinforced the theme with “What’s Wrong with Conspiracy Theories?” For the latest examples, check out “LAW ENFORCEMENT FALSE FLAG / STAGED EVENT CHECKLIST“, which I co-authored with Brian Davidson, P.I. You can download all here free.
Since my initiation into conspiracy research in 1992 on JFK,, I have specialized in collaborative research by bringing together experts on different aspects of complex and controversial events of immense political significance by taking “conspiracy theories” from “theories” in the weak sense of speculations, rumors and guesses to “theories” in the strong sense of empirically-testable explanatory hypotheses, such as Newton’s theory of gravitation, Einstein’s theory of relativity and Darwin’s theory of evolution.
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