I want you to understand the implications of this information. Wernher Von Braun, the World War II German V2 Rocket engineer, the person responsible for the bombing of Europe, killing thousands, causing destruction across the globe, is Elliott Roosevelt.
As I have stated numerous times in the past, the history that we have learned from the beginning of this country is far from factual. What I found is conclusive, and it is based on detailed biometric evaluations of the visual evidence. It does not use the words that we have been told as it’s foundation. What I mean is, people lie books are written with those lies in them and we the people believe what we are told, or what we read in history books. But when you skip ahead to present day where we have newly available technologies in the realm of biometrics that we can use to identify individuals, the real history starts to paint an entirely different picture.
How much more evidence do I need to show you before you shake yourself free from the conditioned mindset that keeps you in a state of denial? If you want to learn more just search for Hitler, WWII and Roosevelt on this site.
I’m often confronted by people who have taken two superimposed photographs and claimed I’m wrong about who I say the subjects are based on their evidence showing that the facial features don’t line up. I attempt to explain to them the world of Lens Distortion but if they are not familiar with photography and most don’t know the difference between an F-stop and a Bus stop, then don’t comprehend. So I set out to make a few videos demonstrating with the best of my ability the optical illusion along with the understanding that the events are exhibited are not on the same level as you videotaping your child’s birthday party in your backyard. What we are presented via TV is a production that has the benefit of doing multiple takes, lighting, make-up, in some cases prosthesestics applied to the actors and most importantly the ability for them to use post production to edit and change the viewer’s perception of the event to best suit the predictions intended message.