When I was a boy, I had no racial awareness.
My hometown of Westfield, New Jersey, had been the home of Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston.
But I had never heard of them.
I had never heard of Martin Luther King.
I had never heard of Malcolm X.
And Muhammad Ali was just another celebrity.
Good Times was my favorite show: It showed the real lives and problems of black people, but they were just people to me.
I just tried to watch it on YouTube, where I was not surprized to find it blocked.
YouTube censors conspiracy theories all the time: My friend, Dr. Katherine Horton, has had issues monetizing her podcasts.
YouTube blocks videos I later post on this site–like the one where Ronald Bernard exposed child sacrifice, sexual abuse, and the use of adrenochrome among the Illuminati.
Or the videos I have reposted where Dr. Judy Mikovits exposes the Plandemic.
But Good Times? You gotta be kidding me!
I know the New World Order fears African-Americans: That’s why they kill their unborn children through Planned Parenthood.
Judging by the block below, they are also scared of little girls.
So what’s so scary about Good Times–the show they destroyed?
The one episode I could find was full of cartel signalling.
The father, James, was pushed to the edge by Zersetzung, as he was laid off from work.
Then he found himself driven to act out–by smashing a chair.
While USAF and DHS drive Zersetzung, NSA uses forced movement to drive our bodies.
Cybernetic implants make it possible.
You can learn more in Aaron and Melissa Dykes’ excellent documentary film: The Minds of Men.
Cybernetic implantation is the reason just about every actor in Good Times has a widow’s peak.
It’s a hair pattern caused by someone slicing open our skull to implant us.
After psychosurgery, they pull back the skin to sew us up.
So it leaves a distinctive pattern.
Look for scars on your body like the one on Kate Windsor below.
We don’t remember implantation because of drugs that stop memories from forming.
Congress investigated CIA’s use of such drugs against non-consenting Americans in the 1970s.
Then and now the scum at the agency destroyed American families: They did the same to my daughter and me.
And they seek to use social services to do it.
You see this subliminally suggested on Good Times, in the episode above; but James’s family stands by him.
Instead the episode promotes the medical industry, as James’s family pushes him to go to the doctor because of his outburst.
There he will be misdiagnosed: it’s a goal of Zersetzung.
While James avoids the shrink, the doctor tells him to eschew cholesterol–even though the episode begins by saying a meal that includes meat is unusual.
No mention is made of the real killer with which his diet is undoubtedly loaded: High Fructose Corn Syrup.
I wonder what’s in the other episodes.
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