CIA Operative Reveals He Was Offered Half A Million Cash To Blow Up Murrah Building In Oklahoma City: Shortly Thereafter, Is In A Car Wreck

I listened to this entire interview 3 days ago in The Trauma Bath (I feel most calm when I am in a hot bath with 2 cups of bentonite clay.) I have discovered that I only listen properly when I am in The Trauma Bath. (I could call it the Anti-Trauma bath.) I then sent an urgent email to Stephen Ericson asking if I was crazy or if he also thought this was not only shocking but probably real. The trouble with everything these days is you simply can’t tell if it’s real or if it’s part of the great infinite Psy-Op on the collective human brain.

I think this is “real” and true. I can’t say for sure but for what my battered ears are now worth, I think so. I would like to know what you all think.

This is an infuriating and devastating two hours of human testimony. It sickens me to think that I know people who voted for Hillary Clinton. Thank God she did not win.

 

Comments

  1. Brother Strawberry says:

    Because ericson is always one to turn to when trying to determine fact and truth from paranoid delusion fueled by religious fervor.

    One twitter reply said “He says he was offered half a million first and then later in the show says a million, so perhaps getting his book will help nail down those details ”

    He can’t remember if he was offered half a million or a million dollars to blow up a federal building?

    It sickens me that I know people who voted for a man who admits to sexual assault and sexual predation of young women.

  2. Rachel says:

    To me, it is absolutely real. I’ve read his book too. Everything is coherent. Not one faux pas in the tale which might be revealing of a psyop. It’s virtually impossible to have such a stream of information during 2+hours where nothing feels “wrong” in the tone, the emotions displayed and the info. I also listened to his very ling interview with Ole Dammegard, and reached the same conclusion.

  3. Berenice Kavanagh says:

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